Here’s what DCFPI is watching for this week:
Monday, Nov. 16
Committee on Economic Development, 10 amB18-399, “Pennsylvania Avenue-Minnesota Avenue SE Eminent Domain Authorization Act of 2009″ This bill would authorize the city to use eminent domain to acquire properties in the area of Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues SE.
B18-457, “Small Business Stabilization and Job Creation Strategy Act of 2009” This bill establishes volunteer mentoring and such with Certified Businesses and such. On my radar because of Workforce Development, but there shouldn’t be a fiscal impact.
Joint Committee Roundtable, 10 am, Room 412
“The Committee Process Related to Parks and Recreation Projects”
Committee on Health, 1 pm, Room 500
Roundtable on the Performance of the HIV/AIDs, STD, and Tuberculosis Administration
Tuesday, Nov. 17
Committee of the Whole, 10 am
B18-491 “Disclosure of Information to the Council Amendment Act of 2009″
To amend the Council of the District of Columbia Independence Act of 1982 to clarify that notwithstanding any other statutory privilege an agency is required to provide information to the Council and its committees upon request to ensure that they are able to fulfill their oversight responsibilities; and that the disclosure of information to the Council or the D.C. Auditor is not to be treated as disclosure to a third party, and that such communications maintain any privileges or exemptions that would otherwise apply.
Wednesday, Nov. 18
Committee on Finance and Revenue, 10 am
PR18-544, “The River School Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution of 2009″
Authorizes sale of $4.5 million in District revenue bonds for acquisition and enhancement of 4880 MacArthur Blvd. for the River School.
PR18-564, “Apple Tree Early Learning Public Charter School Construction Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution of 2009″
Authorizes sale of $5 million in school construction revenue bonds for properties at 138 12th St. NE and 2015 Savannah Terrace SE.
PR18-565, “Qualified Zone Academy Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution of 2009″
PR18-566, “Hyde Leadership Public Charter School of Washington, DC Inc. Qualified School Construction Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution of 2009″
This legislation is not available online.
PR18-567, “EL Haynes Public Charter School Qualified School Construction Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution of 2009″
Authorizes sale of $13.4 million in school construction revenue bonds for EL Haynes school.
Friday, Nov. 20
Committee of the Whole, 11:30, Room 412
Roundtable on the Implementation of an Independent Community College in the District of Columbia.