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Ward 5 Weekly Newsletter
June 2, 2023

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Dear Ward 5 neighbors, 

Happy Pride Month! Yesterday, I joined Mayor Bowser, Attorney General Schwalb, and several of my Council colleagues to raise—for the first time ever—the Pride flag in front of the Wilson building. In my remarks, I reflected on the origins of Pride Month more than 50 years ago. The courageous resistance of Black trans women at The Stonewall Inn continues the ever-present protest from our community today. I am proud to call the District home as we continue lead on LGBTQIA+ issues both in the U.S. and internationally. 

This Sunday, I hope to see you on 12th St NE for Open Streets! From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the street will be closed to cars between Michigan Ave and Franklin St and fully open for pedestrians, activities, resources, games, bubbles, and more. I'll be out chatting with neighbors and my team will have a table, so stop by and say hello!
In this newsletter, you'll find lots of Ward 5 updates—including the reopening of the Fort Totten Transfer Station next week—as well as community events, a recap of this past Tuesday's legislative meeting, and District programs for you to benefit from. Have a great weekend!
Week in Review

On Monday, I connected with DC Water as they issued a Boil Advisory for parts of the Ward (areas in Langdon, Woodridge, Fort Lincoln, Brentwood, and Gateway) following a water main break that occurred Sunday. My team also stopped by holiday cookouts to connect with neighbors, including the Crummell School celebration in Ivy City with EmpowerDC. 

Tuesday, my office coordinated with the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) to provide cases of bottled water to five senior buildings in the Ward affected by the Boil Advisory. DC Water conducted water sampling from several locations and we awaited test results to learn when the advisory could be lifted.
Of course, Tuesday was also the day of lengthy Committee of the Whole and Legislative Meetings for the Council. We had our second vote on the FY24 budget, and lively conversation about legislation for capping rent increases at rent-controlled properties. You can read more about the meetings in Kendra's Corner below.

On Wednesday morning, DC Water lifted the Boil Advisory. That day, I participated in the Committee of the Whole hearing on DCPS' procurement process, as well as the Committee on Health and the Committee on Business & Economic Development's markup of At-Large Councilmember Christina Henderson's bill B25-34 – Expanding Access to Fertility Treatment Amendment Act of 2023. The bill passed both committees, and DC is one-step closer to joining 14 states with IVF coverage.

Students from The Sojourner Truth School came to our office Wednesday to chat with me, meet my staff, and learn more about the role and functions of the Council and Councilmembers in DC government. I loved connecting with them; they have bright futures!

That afternoon, I was also able to conduct the swearing-in of a new ANC Commissioner in Ward 7, Mike Davis. Congratulations, Commissioner!
Thursday, I met with several community partners before joining the Mayor, Attorney General, Council colleagues, and neighbors from across the city for the Pride flag raising ceremony. I hope you'll celebrate Pride Month by walking with me in the June 10 Capital Pride Parade!

My team also stopped by a new wellness and art shop in Ward 5, Made with Love, located at 3419 18th St NE. Stop by and decompress with free wellness activities including a free communal painting table, walking club, and toddler story-time, family friendly art and wellness programs, or purchase handmade wellness goods by local makers of color (candles, body care products, journals, coloring books, and more).
Today, my team knocked on doors in Fort Totten to connect with neighbors, share resources, and make sure they know how to reach our office. Getting to hear from neighbors on their priorities and concerns is always my priority, so please feel free to reply to these weekly newsletters anytime by sharing your thoughts with us!
Ward 5 Updates
Grand Opening Tomorrow: Aurora Market
Located at 2006 Rhode Island Ave NE, I am excited to join Aurora Market for their grand opening tomorrow! This area suffered the loss of a small grocer during the pandemic, and I am glad neighbors in Brookland, Woodridge, and Langdon will have access to a fresh and diverse selection of grocery items again. The day will be full of food, music, and more. I'll be there around noon and hope to see you there!
This Sunday: Ward 5 Open Streets
The highest rated Open Streets event of 2022 was on 12th St NE in Ward 5! This year there are only two Open Streets events, and Ward 5 will again be one of those. On Sunday, June 4 from 9:00 a.m. on 3:00 p.m., join neighbors on 12th St NE between Franklin St and Michigan Ave for games, activities, resources, food, and fun. See you there!
Kicking Off This Sunday: Bloomingdale Farmers' Market
This Sunday, June 4, the Bloomingdale Farmers' Market kicks off for the season. From 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Sundays, find local produce and more in the 100 block of R St NW. We've heard this week will feature some deliciously ripe strawberries!
Public Safety Update
  • I support the Judiciary Committee's plan to hold a hearing on the Mayor's newly introduced legislation before Council's summer recess. It is important we consider all proposals as we work to effectively address the city's upward crime trends.
  • We recently shared the announcement of the new Interim Chief of Police, Ashan Benedict. I look forward to getting to know Chief Benedict and working together to address issues in Ward 5.  
  • There are a number of public safety investments the Council was able to secure in our second vote on the FY24 budget Tuesday. These include: 
    • Approval of the Mayor's proposed staffing budget (for the third straight year), including $25,000 signing bonuses for new recruits, tuition, and rental assistance to retain officers, and a continued first-time homebuyer program for first responders.
    • Continued violence interruption programs in Ward 5. 
    • When the Council takes up the Budget Support Act in a few weeks, we'll be working to ensure we have a functioning and strong Department of Forensic Sciences, critical to helping prosecute and close cases. 
  • As you may remember, there was a tragic shooting at The Jameson in Fort Lincoln at the beginning of May. My team conducted a safety walk in Fort Lincoln and we have had multiple follow-ups with neighbors and the property management company since then. This week, we learned that U.S. Marshals arrested the suspect in this homicide—a 15 year-old from Prince George's County who was also wanted in connection to an attempted shooting on a school bus in PG County. 
  • We are advocating to scale Cure the Streets as they reapply for a grant from the Office of the Attorney General to serve the community. They have been essential partners in our work to curb violence in Ward 5. 
  • On Monday morning, my team will be conducting a Public Safety Community Walk in the Truxton Circle neighborhood with Mundo Verde, joined by MPD, DDOT, and Violence Interrupters. Email Constituent Services Coordinator Sam Bonar for more information,
Illegal Dumping in Fort Lincoln
Fort Lincoln neighbors and ANC Commissioners have shared with my office repeated concerns about illegal dumping in Fort Lincoln. Update: we've worked with DPW and DDOT to remedy this situation; first, by cleaning up the illegally dumped trash, and second, by placing concrete barriers at one of the sites that is causing chronic issues. Enforcement and monitoring in this area will be increased for a time to ensure continued illegal dumping does not occur. If you notice continued issues in this area, please loop in my office's Constituent Services Coordinator for Fort Lincoln, Carlos McKnight -
Re-opening: The Fort Totten Transfer Station
This week, DPW announced that the Fort Totten Transfer Station is reopening next week on June 6 with a cleaner, safer design for residential drop-offs. Just in time to take all that you’re discarding from spring cleaning! The Transfer Station will also have free compost for residents. You can drop off bulk items, trash, and most recycling (items you would discard in the blue bins for sidewalk pickup). For other items such as electronics, hazardous household waste, and paper shredding, you'll need to take items on select days to RFK Lot 3, or to one of eCycle DC's collection events.
Medicaid Renewal Community Meeting

You are invited to DC Healthcare Finance's 6th Medicaid Renewal Community Meeting on Wednesday, June 7 at 2:30 pmclick here to join the meeting. Click the image above for a quick video on how to update your information in the Medicaid system.

The meeting will cover the resumption of Medicaid renewals with a focus on:

  • beneficiaries who are over the age of 65; and
  • beneficiaries who receive assistance with their Medicare payments (QMB), or qualify through a disability or health condition (non-MAGI beneficiaries).

DHCF staff will explain the Medicaid Renewal process, along with steps beneficiaries and stakeholders can take right now to ensure continuity of coverage. The meeting will examine key eligibility data, provide an update on some recent issues, and take questions and comments. If you would like to get meeting invites and more information on Medicaid Renewal, please send an email to

Providence Reimagined Community Meeting
There is one meeting left listed for the Providence Reimagined project, next Friday, June 9 at 12:00 p.m. (virtual). Sign up for the meeting, as well as regular email updates, and learn more about the project here
Extended: Feedback on WMATA's Better Bus Draft
WMATA is extending the deadline for public comments on the Draft Visionary Network to June 18! Now is the time to weigh in on changes to the bus network. My office's Bus Network Task Force made some recommendations to help guide Ward 5 residents' input. Weigh in soon!
New Hours at the Library! Starting June 26

On June 26, DC Public Library is shifting open hours at neighborhood library locations across the District to enhance accessibility. The hours at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library and at co-located library locations will not change.

Neighborhood Libraries (in Ward 5: Lamond-Riggs/Lillian J. Huff Neighborhood Library and Woodridge Neighborhood Library):

  • Monday - Wednesday | 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 
  • Thursday | Noon - 8:00 p.m. 
  • Friday - Saturday - 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Sunday | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Co-Located Libraries | Deanwood, Northwest One, Rosedale

  • Monday - Wednesday | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Thursday | Noon - 8:00 p.m. 
  • Friday - Saturday | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Sunday | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

  • Monday - Thursday | 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • Friday - Saturday | 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Sunday | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
This shift in hours is based on a careful evaluation of how you and your neighbors like to use the library. By opening their doors an hour earlier each day, DCPL has the opportunity to better serve those who co-work at the library, our seniors, older students and caregivers with young children. 
Ward 5 Mutual Aid - Looking for Volunteers
Ward 5 Mutual Aid is looking for neighbors to work together in supportive community. To learn more about what mutual aid is, check out this video. To reach out, please email 
Town Hall with the National Park Service
The Office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton’s invites you to participate in a Town Hall Meeting with the National Park Service. I remain concerned about the lack of urgency from NPS to address concerns about potential harmful devices still remaining in Fort Totten Park. I sent the following communication two weeks ago reiterating my expectation that NPS will fully survey Fort Totten and other parks for any harmful elements. I am still waiting on a response. Please join Congresswoman Norton and my office for this town hall to share your concerns. 

Note: If you cannot attend this event, you may still submit your comments by filling out the registration form. The recording will also be shared with those who register.
Who: All DC Residents
What: Congresswoman Norton’s Town Hall Meeting with the National Park Service 
When: Wednesday, June 14, 2023, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Where: Zoom Link   
Register: Here
DC Tax Revision Commission Town Hall
Taxes are crucial to our city’s ability to thrive. Our DC taxes pay for schools, roads, parks, healthcare, libraries, public safety and so much more. The District deserves a tax system that is resilient, equitable, economically competitive and reasonably easy to deal with. Does our current system live up to those standards? The DC Tax Revision Commission needs to hear from you!

The DC Tax Revision Commission is inviting members of the public to an additional Virtual Town Hall to discuss the District’s tax system. The Town Hall will be Thursday, June 15, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Registration is available at

Notices of Intent - Modifying Traffic/Parking Requirements
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is required to give written notice of their intent to modify traffic and/or parking requirements to the Council and affected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners (ANCs) to allow for a public comment period on the modifications. The following Notices of Intent (NOIs) for Ward 5 are open for comment: 
  • Multimodal Improvement of Mt Olivet Rd NE - Read and comment here
    • This is an important traffic safety improvement from DDOT. The history of crashes along the corridor shows several major injuries and fatal crashes involving pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, and passengers. The change from a four-lane undivided roadway to a three-lane cross-section, otherwise known as a "road diet," will improve safety and reduce crashes by decreasing the number of conflicts along the road.
  • Installation of All-Way Stop at 19th St and M St NE - Read and comment here
  • Installation of Residential Permit Parking Signs - Read and comment here
Walk With Me in the 2023 Capital Pride Parade!
Walk with Ward 5 neighbors and me in the 2023 Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 10. Learn more information about the parade here, and sign up to walk with us here. See you there!
ANC and Civic Association Meetings

This week, my team attended the 5A08 Spring/Summer Single Member District Meeting. Here's a brief recap: 

  • 5A08 Spring/Summer Single Member District Meeting (June 1 at 6:30 PM): My team joined Commissioner Gordon Fletcher and residents in ANC 5A08 to hear neighbors' concerns regarding the McDonald’s development at 4950 South Dakota Ave NE and the Convenience Store at 4975 South Dakota Ave NE.
Next week's ANC and Civic Association Meetings:  Have a need, or want to share important information for ANC and Civic Association Meetings? Get in touch with one of our Constituent Services Coordinators:
  • 5A & 5C: Carlos McKnight,
  • 5B & 5D: Oliver Stoute,
  • 5E & 5F: Sam Bonar,
Kendra Wiley is our office's Legislative Director. In this section of the newsletter, she provides updates on the Councilmember's legislative activities and educational pieces about the legislative process.
Recap of the Council's May 30 Committee of the Whole
and Legislative Meetings

On Tuesday at the Committee of the Whole Meeting, Council voted on the FY23 Supplemental Budget. Along with the upcoming year’s budget, the Mayor and Council make adjustments to the budget the fiscal year we’re currently in based on how things are going. Changes included: 

  • Restoring the Mayor’s $2 million cut to the Opioid Abatement Fund. Council passed the Opioid Litigation Proceeds Amendment Act of 2022 to oversee the District’s management of $49 million in settlement funds we’ll receive over 18 years from the national lawsuit against the Sackler family that pushed addicting drugs resulting in hundreds of thousands of deaths across the county. The money must be used to address the opioid crisis by compensating victims and addressing opioid abuse prevention, treatment, recovery, and harm reduction; 

  • $33 million in budget authority for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP); and,

  • Moving about $60 million from FY24 to FY23 so that charter school teachers can get pay increases at the beginning of the 2023-24 school year. 

At the Legislative Meeting, the Council had their second vote on the FY24 budget, which remained largely unchanged from the first vote, but included passing a vote on funding $5 million for the Food Access Fund, a grant program to increase equitable access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food in areas of the city that have less access to quality food through funding grocery stores, restaurant, and neighborhood food operators. The Legislative Meeting also included a lively discussion on the emergency rent control bill and the appropriate maximum rent landlords are able to charge. The matter has been tabled until the June 6 Legislative Meeting (this coming Tuesday). We want to ensure renters don't see historic and devastating increases, while understanding the financial demands landlords face to keep properties well-maintained. Councilmember Parker has helped lead the conversation about needed changes to the proposed rent hike and is part of a contingent of Councilmembers seeking to cap rents at rates lower than the previously proposed 8.9% and 6.9%.

Upcoming Hearings Next Week

  • Wednesday June 7 at 9:00 a.m.
    • The Committee of the Whole will have a public hearing on Out of School Time and equitable access to high quality out-of-school-time programs for students and improving access and programming for students with Individualized Education Programs. Sign up to testify by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 5. Watch the hearing here.
  • Thursday June 8 at 9:30 a.m.
    • The Committee on Transportation and the Environment will have an oversight roundtable with two WMATA representatives to discuss the Better Bus Network Plan. The roundtable won’t have public witnesses, but it will be an opportunity for Councilmembers to ask questions on behalf of constituents and ANCs. Watch the roundtable here
  • Thursday June 8 at 10:00 a.m.
    • The Committee on Business and Economic Development’s hearing on 4 bills includes the Workers and Restaurants are Priorities Act of 2023The bill looks at restaurant service charges, third party food delivery platforms such as Door Dash and Uber Eats, and whether the timeline for implementing law I-82 on tips and minimum wages should be changed. 
      • The Committee invites the public to testify remotely or to submit written testimony. Anyone wishing to testify must register by email to by 5:00 p.m. Monday, June 5. Watch the hearing here.
You can always check the Council calendar for a full list of hearings here.
Black Pride History

Happy Pride Month! Last week we celebrated Black Pride, Councilmember Parker introduced legislation to set up a commission to research and document Black queer history, and yesterday was the start of Pride Month.  

How did Black Pride start? 
The Children’s Hour was a Memorial Day event that took place from the 1970s to the 1990s at the Black queer nightclub, Clubhouse. When Clubhouse closed, 3 men—Welmore Cook, Theodore Kirkland, and Ernest Hopkins—wanted to continue the Children’s Hour tradition, spread awareness about the AIDS/HIV epidemic, and create a safe space for Black queer people to gather and celebrate. The first Black Gay and Lesbian Pride event happened on May 25, 1991 at Banneker Field. Later, it turned into a week-long festival, and now more than 50 Black Pride events happen around the world. DC is the second largest Black Pride event in the world. We honor the Black queer people that came before us and fought to make sure the Black queer community is not just seen, but also heard, honored, and celebrated; and not just for their existence, but also for their joy, tenacity, and courage. 

Programs for the People
Free Weekly Veggie Giveaway

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) hosts three weekly free veggie giveaways of local, fresh organic produce including kale, collards, lettuce, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, squash, herbs, flowers, and MORE! They occur May 9 through November 30 (weather permitting). In Ward 5, the weekly giveaway is at the Edgewood Rooftop Farm (at the Edgewood Recreation Center - 301 Franklin St NE) every Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Free Fitness Classes in Ward 5

Local gym, Bourne2Fly, is providing free fitness classes every Monday at 6:00 p.m. at their location (3408 18th St NE), sponsored by FITDC. These functional fitness classes started in May and will continue through July and provide DC residents a high quality fitness experience, connecting their mind, body, and community. Spaces are limited and registration is required on Eventbrite

DCHA Open House Resource & Hiring Fair
On Wednesday, June 7, from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. at the SW Envision Center (203 N St SW), join DCHA for an Open House Hiring and Resource Fair. 
Hiring Fair - Leaf Collection Season
Summer is the time to prepare for leaf collection season! Participate in one of the many recruitment events to explore a temporary position with the Department of Public Works. Remember, DPW is a Second Chance Employer. Mark your calendars: June 5 - 9, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at The Reeves Center (2000 14th St NW). Register now on Eventbrite.
Know Your Power - A Civic Engagement Art Contest

Pepco, the DC Public Library Foundation and DC Public Library are calling on youth between the ages of 13 - 19 to use their creative voice to make a difference. 

Between May 22 and August 15, youth can submit an original work of writing, photography, film, visual art, or music that expresses their feelings on a social issue that matters to them. They’re looking for pieces that are not only well-crafted but have a strong voice and perspective on a subject pertaining to civic engagement.

Winners will be selected in the categories of Visual Art, Writing, Music, and Film & Photography. Entries will be judged by representatives from Pepco and D.C. Public Library's Teen Council. Prizes include:

  • Prize for Writing: Laptop
  • Prize for Film & Photography: Canon EOS 4000D
  • Prize for Visual Art: Wacom CTL4100 Intuos Graphics Drawing Tablet
  • Prize for Music: Fender Electric Guitar
Learn more and submit your original work here!
2023 Student Air Quality - Art & Comic Contest
The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) in partnership with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) invites 9th - 12th graders attending a public high school or public charter high school in the District to submit 2-D artwork that celebrates and portrays a clean air future in the District. Themes that students may choose to focus on for their artwork include: Air Quality & Transportation, Air Quality & Climate Change, Asthma & Your Health, Community Science, and Wildfires & Smoke. Contest winners will be selected for Best Comic ($200), Best Artwork ($200), Second Place ($125), Third Place ($75), and 8 honorable mentions. The deadline for submissions is July 31. Learn more and submit artwork at on the contest website!
Team Zachary in the Community
Ward 5
Pride in the Park
June 3 - 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
@ Crispus Attucks Park

Join BloominGays for their 6th Annual Pride in the Park! Enjoy a fun day of summer celebrations as neighbors celebrate Pride Month in DC. Learn more here!
Social Community Clean-up
June 3 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
@ 317 V St NE

Summer brings sunshine, farmer's markets cream wrappers, soda cans, and whole new varieties of trash!  So come join the Eckington Parks & Arts cleaning crew. Meet new neighbors and help make the neighborhood beautiful. If you become a regular, you'll get one of the fetching lime green tee-shirts. And Lost Generation is offering free drink tickets for anyone who cleans for at least an hour. Or clean on your own time whenever it's convenient. Gloves, grabbers, and bags provided. 
The History of the Forts in NE DC
June 3 - 9:30 a.m.
@ Zoom Meeting

Join former ANC 5C07 Commissioner Jeremiah Montague for a presentation before the Rock Creek Civil War Round Table on the history of the forts in the northeast quadrant of the District. This will include a historical discussion of the Civil War, Emancipation, Enslavement, and the Defenses of the District of Columbia during the Civil Wat 1860-1865. 
North Michigan Park:
Community Yard Sale
June 24 (rain date July 1) - 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
@ Grounds of Faith United Church (South Dakota Ave and Decatur St NE)

Join neighbors for a community yard sale in North Michigan Park! If you'd like to have a table, there are small fees associated. For more information, contact: Susan Letherer 202-441-2076 or Lula King 202-635-7777 and 301-559-8403.
Around DC
RFK Stadium:
Annual Truck Touch Festival
June 3 - 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
@ RFK Stadium Lot 8 (2400 E Capitol St SE)

The DC Citywide Annual “Truck Touch” will be held Saturday, June 3, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at RFK Stadium, Lot 8. The event will feature a variety of free activities for kids and adults. A host of DC government agencies will present and demonstrate nearly 30 vehicles used to clean and repair streets, change traffic lights, collect refuse, clear snow, provide emergency services, administer mobile health care, and more. Coordinated annually by the DC Department of Public Works (DPW), kids are encouraged to climb into trucks and adults invited to test drive various equipment. The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will also provide a bevy of activities for kids and adults including tennis, basketball, and fitness activities. Free boxed lunches will be provided to kids up to age 18 as part of the DC Free Summer Meals Program. Learn more and register here.
Lincoln Heights:
Dreaming Out Loud - Kelly Miller Farmers Market Season Kickoff
June 3 - 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
@ Kelly Miller Middle School (301 49th St NE)

Dreaming Out Loud, Inc.(DOL), a DC based food access non-profit, announces the return of their farmers market season with a celebration featuring: multiple vendors from the community, farm tours and more! The celebration will happen at Kelly Miller Middle School tomorrow, June 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ward 7 residents and local food lovers from all of DC are invited to attend the market each week on Saturdays through November 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Register for the kickoff here
2023 Chinatown Community Festival
June 3 - 11:00 a.m.
@ Chinatown Park (5th and I St NW)

Free and open to the public, come enjoy the sights and sounds of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures at Chinatown Park. Rain date: June 17.
News You Can Use
Most-clicked links from last week's newsletter (not just news!)—
Meet with the Councilmember - Office Hours
My next office hours event will be on Saturday, June 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the playground at Turkey Thicket. These events are a great opportunity to meet and chat with the me, get connected with my office's staff, and meet your neighbors. Stay tuned for more details!
Here's a flashback to last year's Open Streets! I'm looking forward to making more memories like these with Ward 5 neighbors on Sunday. 

As always, we invite you to use this form to provide feedback on how we're doing. We'd love to hear from you anytime. 

Yours in service and community, 


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