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I look forward to collaborating with the Office of Planning, neighbors, and local institutions to create a new community landmark we can all be proud of, one that will add density to the site, contribute to the shortage of affordable housing in this part of Ward 1 and provide new public amenities to help restore the vibrancy of this end of the U Street Corridor.
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.
Councilmember Nadeau sent the following letter to the City Administrator and the Director of the Office of Unified Communications on Tuesday to express her deep concern over the 911 dispatch center's ongoing failure to dispatch assistance where it is needed. She called the failures "alarming and unacceptable."
I look forward to collaborating with the Office of Planning, neighbors, and local institutions to create a new community landmark we can all be proud of, one that will add density to the site, contribute to the shortage of affordable housing in this part of Ward 1 and provide new public amenities to help restore the vibrancy of this end of the U Street Corridor.
“The Council has gone through yet another budget process while the commission has sat on its hands.”
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.
Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau released the following statement after receiving the independent investigative report Friday afternoon from the Office of the Inspector General into the allegations against the former deputy mayor and into workplace culture.
Yes, this was a difficult year. And we were handed a difficult budget. I’m proud of the work this Council has done to make an unpalatable budget better.
These investments reflect the Committee’s commitment to preserving and strengthening those critical services, from trash collection and composting services to streamlining business licensing and ensuring sufficient staffing to handle administrative claims and human rights protections.
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.
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.
The Committee on Public Works & Operations unanimously passed our revised budget, which recommends adjustments to the Mayor’s budget to the full Council.
After seven years in federal court, we can finally move forward with hundreds of units of affordable, beautiful, dignified housing units and a community park at the site of the former Bruce Monroe School.
Remarks before the Judiciary and Public Safety Committee regarding the Mayor's proposed Addressing Crime Trends (ACT) Now Act
More than 100 residents in person and 350 online asked questions and heard from the Chief about her plans to fight crime in the ward.
Tuesday, November 28 at D.C. Housing Finance Agency and online
Councilmember Nadeau's remarks on introducing the Sexual Harassment Investigation Review Emergency Act of 2023.
"She doesn't need us to pass bills. She can implement the laws on the books. She can push our partners to do their jobs."
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