B22-0159 – Adult Learners Transit Subsidy Amendment Act of 2017

Introduction Date: Feb 21, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Silverman, Todd, Evans, Grosso, R. White, Nadeau, and Bonds Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill expands the Metrorail transit System benefit program to include persons over the age of 22 who are participating in a publicly funded adult education program. The program provides fare exemptions (on instruction…

B22-0120 – Public Use of Public Buildings Amendment Act of 2017

Introduction Date: Feb 7, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Gray, Evans, Nadeau, T. White, Cheh, Allen, McDuffie, R. White, and Todd Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill permits the waiver or reduction of fees assessed to organizations for public meetings in public buildings. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, some non-profits, and members of the D.C. Federation of Civic…

B22-0109 – Commission on African American History and Culture Establishment Act of 2017

Introduction Date: Feb 7, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Todd, R. White, T. White, Bonds, Nadeau, Silverman, and Evans Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill establishes a Commission on African American History and Culture in the Mayor’s Office on African American Affairs (Commission). Among other things, the Commission’s duties are as follows: educate District residents and…

B22-0108 – Age-In-Place and Equitable Senior Citizen Real Property Amendment Act of 2017

Introduction Date: Feb 7, 2017

Introduced by: Councilmembers Todd, Cheh, Nadeau, T. White, and R. White

Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill expands eligibility for reduced tax liability for disabled property owners over age 65 by increasing the income eligibility from a household adjusted gross income of $125,000 to $150,000.

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B22-0104 – Inclusionary Zoning Consistency Amendment Act of 2017

Introduction Date: Feb 7, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Silverman, Nadeau, Bonds, Cheh, Allen, R. White, T. White, and Chairman Mendelson Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill amends income percentages associated with the low-income and middle-income designations within the Metropolitan Statistical Area. It also requires the Mayor to issue and publish a Notice of Final Rulemaking…

B22-0103 – Non-Traditional Child Care Needs Evaluation Act of 2017 (also known as “Child Care Study Act of 2017”)

Introduction Date: Feb 7, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Silverman, Allen, Evans, Todd, R. White, and Cheh Bill Summary: Non-traditional child care is a service offered to parents whose work schedule is outside of the standard hours of 7 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday. As introduced, this bill requires OSSE to conduct a study…