Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin (D) sent a legislative message to District officials this week, proposing to move the New Beginnings youth detention center from Laurel to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center campus.
Your Browser Does Not Support IFrames. Mayor-elect Vincent C. Gray made an appearance at The Washington Post's after party for the Eugene Meyer Awards Wednesday night. The annual celebration honors Post employees for their contributions to the company. Gray (D) was already speaking to the D.C. Tenants' Advocacy Council at...
Mayor-elect Vincent C. Gray will announce more members of his executive office team Thursday, drawing largely from his council staff, sources said.
Adrianne Todman was appointed by the board of the D.C. Housing Authority today to be the agency's permanent executive director. Todman took over the agency on an interim basis more than a year ago, after longtime director Michael Kelly left to become general manager of the New York City Housing...
The D.C. Council is poised to approve a revised 2011 budget today that calls for all non-essential city employees to take four furlough days on holidays, meaning they will not get paid time off on those days.
The D.C. Council voted 8 to 5 on Tuesday to reject a pair of proposals to raise income taxes to prevent deep cuts to many social service programs, including those that help low-income residents pay for childcare and rent.
| December 7, 2010; 1:07 PM ET |
Categories: Budget, City Finances, Congressional Oversight, D.C. Council, Jim Graham, Marion Barry, Tim Craig, Vincent C. Gray
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The D.C. Council's budget hearing Tuesday morning got off to a raucous start as crowds of advocates filled the chamber. Even before Council Chairman Vincent Gray could finish announcing the date and location of the meeting, he was interrupted by protesters, who shouted and jeered. "Sir, either sit down or...
Three D.C. Council members plan to push ahead Tuesday with proposals to raise taxes to help solve the city's budget shortfall, even though Mayor-elect Vincent C. Gray (D) is not likely to go along with the idea. Gray, the council chairman, is putting the final touches on refinements he made...