Tag: DC Mayor Muriel Bowser

DC Mayor Set to Lift Most COVID Restrictions May 21

District Mayor Muriel Bowser is rolling back more COVID restrictions May 21st. That means dancing at weddings can resume.

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DC Launches Summer Anti-Crime Plan

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is moving to clamp down on the violence that has been gripping the city in recent months. City officials today rolled out a plan to target specific areas with wrap around services and enforcement during the summer months.

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COVID-19 Claims the Life of DC Mayor’s Sister

64-year-old Mercia Bowser died from complications of the coronavirus. 

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  Glitch Caused Issues In DC Unemployment Benefits

39-thousand people did not get any of the money they were supposed to get last week.

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DC to Require Travelers from Hotspots to Quarantine

Maryland and Virginia are not included in the hotspot quarantine order.

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Details on DC’s Heat Emergency Plan

DC opens cooling centers for those who have no air conditioning

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DC to Begin Phase One Reopening on Friday, May 29th

City-operated parks and recreation centers will open for passive recreation activities but contact sports such as football, soccer or basketball will not be allowed.

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Social Distancing Road Closures Proposed in DC

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser received a letter from Charles Allen, Mary Cheh and Brianne Nadeau making the request.

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DC to Stay Closed Until Early June

Bowser has the authority to extend the stay-at-home order beyond June 8th or to shorten it between now and then.

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COVID-19 and the Reporters’ Roundtable

Reporters and analysts dissect the top stories of the week.

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DC Schools to Stay Closed for the Rest of Academic Year

Schools will also close three weeks early on May 29th.

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DC Mayor Extends COVID-19 Emergency Order

They order keeps in place all restrictions for non-essential businesses, public gatherings and the stay-at-home order.

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DC Mayor Angry About COVID-19 Relief Bill

States are expected to receive at least $1.25 billion once the bill passes and is signed by President Trump.  DC will only get $500 million.

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DC Mayor To Close Nonessential Business

DC Mayor says 137 coronavirus cases have been confirmed so far.

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Mayor Bowser Plans To Enroll Her Daughter In DC Public Schools

“I want her to have friends in the neighborhood; I want her to be close to home, and if that school is right for her, that is probably where she is going.”

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Climate Accord Riles DC Mayor

Bowser Slams Trump Admin Over Climate Accord

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Mayor Bowser Reminds Residents and Businesses of Upcoming Elimination of the District’s Diaper Tax

The diaper tax repeal was made possible by a $4.5 million investment in the Mayor’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget, along with the support of Councilmember Bonds.

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Trump 4th of July Event Busts DC Fund

Bowser Says Trump’s Salute Emptied Security Fund

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Getting Rid of Those Old Electronics Just Got Easier In DC

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