“Safe at Home Act” Approved by DC Council. Will provide funds for Seniors and Disabled to Age in Place

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 20, 2016
Contact: David Meadows
dmeadows@dccouncil.us
(202) 724-8064

“Safe at Home Act” Approved by DC Council. Will provide funds for Seniors and Disabled to Age in Place

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Tuesday, September 20, 2016, the Council of the District of Columbia gave final approval to the Safe at Home Act of 2015, legislation that establishes an accessibility modification grant program for income eligible residents to modify their homes for mobility and safety.… Read more

Councilmember Bonds Introduces Legislation to Transform Vacant Properties into Affordable Housing

Councilmember Bonds Introduces Legislation to Transform Vacant Properties into Affordable Housing

WASHINGTON, DC – On Tuesday, March 1, At-Large Councilmember Anita Bonds, Chairperson of the Committee on Housing and Community Development introduced legislation that would convert vacant, blighted and condemned properties into livable affordable housing.… Read more

Councilmember Bonds Introduces Legislation Limiting Rental Late Fees to 5% or Less and Creates New Tenant Rights

Councilmember Bonds Introduces Legislation Limiting Rental Late Fees to 5% or Less and Creates New Tenant Rights

WASHINGTON, DC – Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1, At-Large Councilmember Anita Bonds, Chairperson of the Committee on Housing and Community Development will introduce legislation that limits late fee charges to not more than 5% of the tenant’s monthly rent.… Read more

Community Update 2.25.16

Anita Bonds
Councilmember At-Large

Chairperson,
Committee on Housing and Community Development

Member,
Committee on Judiciary Committee on Education

1350 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 110
Washington, DC 20004

(202) 724-8064

www.anitabonds.com

Friends,

When we think of the word “home”, strong emotions come to mind.

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Councilmember Bonds Supportive of Mayor Bowser’s Initial Plans to Locate Housing Facilities in All Eight Wards

Councilmember Bonds Supportive of Mayor Bowser’s Initial Plans to Locate Housing Facilities in All Eight Wards

The Homeward DC Plan would shutter DC General Homeless Shelter

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Tuesday February 9, Mayor Muriel Bowser unveiled to the members of the Council of the District of Columbia her administration’s plans to locate one small neighborhood-based housing development in each of the District’s eight Wards, including; six locations for short-term family housing, one location for apartment-style transitional family housing, and one location to serve as housing for single women only.… Read more