Former D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans‘ Subaru was stolen yesterday after he left it running outside his Georgetown home, he confirms in a brief interview with City Paper. Fox5 was the first to report the theft. Evans had just returned from a trip to his house in Florida and needed to defrost the white Subaru Crosstrek […]
The three-person community engagement team in the D.C. Office of the Attorney General was eliminated earlier this month, several people familiar with the situation tell LL. Attorney General Karl Racine hasn’t decided whether he’ll hire replacements, but he says the move will not result in less interaction with the community. “From time to time during […]
The day after Mayor Muriel Bowser received the COVID-19 vaccine on camera, D.C. councilmembers received an email from Council Secretary Nyasha Smith. They, too, were eligible to get the shot, an email on Jan. 26 said. “The news was a bit of a surprise,” At-Large Councilmember Christina Henderson wrote in a Facebook post last Friday […]
Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Nominees to the Utilities Regulation Commission Frustrate Energy and Climate Activists — Again.
Time is a flat circle at the Public Service Commission. In November, almost exactly two years after Mayor Muriel Bowser nominated former Department of General Services director Greer Gillis for a spot on the obscure three-member body that regulates public utilities, she tapped Lorna John to replace her. To the frustration of many working to […]
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