Tag: Mayor Bowser

Allison’s Timeline: 5/01 – Joe Biden Flatly Denied Allegations

Joe Biden flatly denied a former Senate aide’s allegation of sexual assault on Friday, saying “this never happened.” It was the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s first public comment on the accusation by Tara Reade.

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Allison’s Timeline: 3/24 – What Is Considered Essential vs Non-Essential?

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) said during a press conference Tuesday that she is instructing establishments like salons, barber shops, tattoo parlors, tanning salons and services not related to emergency responses to shut down amid the crisis.

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Mayor Bowser Appoints HU’s Natalie Hopkinson, Ph.D., To DC Arts And Humanities Commission

“I am so grateful to Mayor Bowser for the opportunity to serve this institution that is so critical to the future of the cultural fabric of D.C. I look forward to getting down to the serious work of sparking creativity across the city,” said Hopkinson.

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DC Drivers Could Face Fine For Blocking Bike Lanes

“The new law will give us an opportunity to take a photo and mail it to the resident—even if they drive off before we can give it to them—and, hopefully, change the behavior.”

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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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Mayor Muriel Bowser Endorses Mike Bloomberg for President

Bowser says Bloomberg has a plan to improve the quality of life for all Americans.

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The District Kicks Off #BecomingMPD

This year alone the Mayor plans to provide $3 million dollars to expand the city’s police work force to 4,000 officers by 2021.

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Mayor Bowser Set To Reminds Residents About The City’s Security Camera Reimbursement Program

City officials say that over 7,000 residents have taken advantage of this creative program that helps police solve crimes and in some cases deters crimes.

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DC Breaks Ground On One of City’s Largest Developments

It is expected to bring in 4 million dollars a year in tax revenue for the city.

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DC’s Disability Services Ends Relationship with Georgetown University

The news is troubling to some advocates and disabled residents. They fear they will no longer get the same level of attention or services.

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