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The DC Mayor's Office of Talent and Appointments (MOTA) is seeking qualified applicants to serve on the Construction Codes Coordinating Board...

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On March 17, the DC Water Board of Directors submitted their multi-year water and sewer rate proposals for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020. While many...

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As members are aware, the 2017 energy and water benchmarking data was due to DOEE by April 2nd. After submitting your data, you will receive...

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Having issues with DC Water data? Check out this important update from DOEE regarding the District's April 2 benchmarking reporting deadline and...

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Every state, including the District of Columbia, may choose up to 25% of eligible census tracts as "Opportunity Zones." In DC, 97 census tracts meet...

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AOBA members are invited to join us for this advocacy briefing: UNDERSTANDING THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION’S (OSHA)...

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During this month, over 50 agencies, commissions and administrations will visit the DC Council for their annual “health” exam, known as...

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Since it launched in 2010, Capital Bikeshare has expanded from 400 bikes to over 3,700 bikes and docking stations across all eight wards. Now, three...

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It has been nearly 10 years since the Council approved the “District Opportunity to Purchase Act (DOPA),” but it has never been used...

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Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, the “Solar Ready Roofs and Sustainable Development Amendment Act of 2017,” if adopted, would require all new or...

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With its diverse and active population, proximity of residences to businesses, urban traffic, and construction, the District of Columbia, especially...

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DC primary election season is in full swing, with Washingtonians headed to the polls on June 19, 2018 to vote for the Mayor, Attorney General,...

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