Last week, the Committee on Public Works & Operations, which I chair, convened a hearing to identify missteps in the initial investigation of allegations of sexual harassment against Mayor Bowser’s former chief of staff and deputy mayor for planning and economic development and ensure that the DC government improves going forward.
It’s never just about the numbers – it’s about the people impacted by the programs and people funded in the budget. I remain committed to do the hard work to take care of our neighbors, to keep our city safe, to enhance our quality of life.
The Utility Disconnection Protection Act of 202 would apply protections from May 15 through September 15, and from November 1 through February 29, an expansion of the current temperature-based protections required by law.
This week, the Council gave our initial approval to the District’s Fiscal Year 2025 budget. I was proud to support the proposal that reinstates vital programs and generates much-needed revenue.
My comprehensive approach to public safety revolves around prevention, policing, and prosecution.
Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau today released the redacted version of the independent counsel’s review of the city’s earlier investigations into sexual harassment complaints against John Falcicchio. The review was required by legislation Nadeau introduced in July 2023.
Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau released the following statement after learning that the unredacted independent report commissioned by the Office of the Inspector General was leaked to the media.
The Committee on Public Works & Operations unanimously passed our revised budget, which recommends adjustments to the Mayor’s budget to the full Council.