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  Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) is an independent, quasi-judicial body. It is empowered to grant relief from the strict application of the Zoning Regulations (variances), approve certain uses of land (special exceptions), and hear appeals of actions taken by the Zoning Administrator at DCRA. The board consists of 5 members, including:  3 appointed by the Mayor 1 designee from the National Capital Planning Commission 1 designee from the District of Columbia Zoning Commission Interest and experience in economic development and/or zoning. Yes 3 1 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/1MOeQwDHPX/Board-Of-Zoning-Adjustment
  District of Columbia Commemorative Works Committee  Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Committee shall act in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and the Council to develop criteria for commeorative works in public space, review applications, and recommend applications to the Mayor for approval.   The Committee shall be composed of 12 voting members, 3 of whom shall be citizen members and 9 of whom shall be ex officio members. The 3 citizen members shall each be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council for a 3-year term. The following government officials, or their designated representatives, shall serve as the ex officio members:(1) The Director of the Office of Planning, who shall serve as chairperson of the Committee; (2) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation; (3) The Director of the Department of Public Works; (4) The Chief Property Management Officer; (5) The Executive Director of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities; (6) The Chairperson of the Historic Preservation Review Board; (7) The Secretary of the District of Columbia; (8) The Director of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs; and (9) The Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development.  Each citizen member appointed to the Committee shall be a person who has displayed an active interest or ability in the visual arts, architecture, urban planning, civic design, or history. No 3 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/7wjClL/Commemorative-Works-Committee
  Commission on Fashion Arts and Events Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Commission shall advise the Mayor, the Council, and the public on the views and needs of the fashion and beauty communities in the District. The Commission shall implement the following programs and initiatives: Promoting the District as a location for holding fashion and beauty events, which will enhance the District's economic development through tourism, cultural affairs, job opportunities, entertainment, business development, and national and international exposure.   The Commission shall consist of 15 members, 8 of whom are nominated by the Mayor, and 7 ex-officio nonvoting members. Appointed members of the Commission shall be residents of the District and shall include prominent business, civic, and fashion or beauty leaders with experience and understanding of the financial and organizational structure of fashion retail houses, branding and marketing, and youth education or vocational education, and who have extensive experience in the fashion industry. No 8 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/fJd8Li/Commission-On-Fashion-Arts-And-Events
  Commission on the Arts and Humanities Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Commission shall evaluate and initiate action on matters relating to the arts, and encourage programs and the development of programs which promote progress in the arts. The Commission shall consist of 18 members appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council. Each member appointed to the Commission shall be a person who has displayed an interest or an ability in one of the various fields of the arts or humanities and/or has been active in the furtherance of the arts or humanities in the District of Columbia. Members shall be appointed to ensure that they are representative of all the various geographic areas and neighborhoods within the District of Columbia. No 18 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/dJ0zjb/Commission-On-The-Arts-And-Humanities
  Washington D.C. Convention and Tourism Corporation (Destination DC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Destination DC serves as the lead organization to successfully manage and market Washington, DC as a premier global convention, tourism and special events destination, with a special emphasis on the arts, cultural and historical communities.  By developing and executing centralized and cohesive sales and marketing strategies, Destination DC generates economic development for the city through tourism and meetings.   The business, property and affairs of Destination DC shall be managed by or under the direction of a Board of Directors. The number of Directors of Destination DC shall be fixed from time-to-time by the Board of Directors but in no event shall be less than three (3). An initial Board of at least four (4) persons may conduct any and all business of Destination DC, including the election of new Directors until all Directors are in place. Until otherwise determined by the Board of Directors, the Board of Directors shall consist of: 1.    the president of the Hotel Association of Washington, D.C., who shall be an ex officio director, plus nine representatives of the hotel industry; 2.    the president of the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, who shall be an ex officio director, plus four representatives of the restaurant industry; 3.    five representatives of the business community; one of which shall be a representative specific to organized labor; one of which shall be an ex officio representative specific to Business Improvement Districts to serve a one-year term; the remaining three representatives shall be selected from the business community at large including financial institutions, professional service firms, corporations, boards of trade, and chambers of commerce; 4.    four representatives of the cultural community; one of which shall be 1.    a representative from Cultural Tourism DC to serve as an ex officio director; the remaining three shall be selected from institutions devoted to the visual arts, performing arts, historic sites, attractions and museums; 1.    three representatives of the transportation industry; 2.    two representatives of the convention industry 3.    an appointee of the Mayor of the District of Columbia; 4.    a senior official of the executive branch of the District of Columbia government who shall be an ex-officio Director; 5.    the General Manager of the Washington Convention Center who shall be an ex-officio Director; 6.    an appointee of the Council of the District of Columbia; 7.    two representatives of the print, radio, television or other electronic media; 8.    a senior officer representing the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority; 9.    the President of Destination DC, who shall be an ex-officio Director; 10.    a senior official of the federal government to serve as an ex officio director; 11.    2 representatives of the sports industry; and 12.    the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee.  Each Director shall be of such substantial stature, experience, reputation and expertise in his or her field of endeavor so as to best serve Destination DC and further its goals and purposes. If any person entitled to serve on the Board ex officio declines to serve, the Board shall select another person to fill such vacancy from among the categories of individuals most closely related to the industry represented by such person invited to be an ex officio Director.   1 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee ("EMCAC") shall have the following responsibilities:  1.    Review and comment to the CPMO in preparing each RFP which shall be issued by the District of Columbia for the selection of a market manager; and 1.    Review and comment on all summaries of proposals received by the CPMO in response to each RFP and provide comments to the CPMO on the information reviewed by the EMCAC; 2.    Meet in public session at least quarterly to receive public comments on Eastern Market operations and activities; 3.    Review and comment in 30 days from the point that the EMCAC has notice on: 1.    The annual budget prepared by the market manager for the management of the Eastern Market Square; 2.    Any proposal by the market manager for an increase in the range of rates for vending on the sidewalk market; 3.    Any proposal for a capital improvement to the Eastern Market Square or the Eastern Market building; and 4.    Any proposal to expend monies from the Fund established in § 37‑103 for the preservation and enhancement of Eastern Market and the Eastern Market Square; and 4.    Provide advice or comment to the market manager in the exercise of the market manager's responsibilities, for the purposes enumerated in this chapter and in regulations issued pursuant to this chapter, and specifically to provide for coordination among activities in the Eastern Market and on the Eastern Market Square, as provided for in this chapter and accompanying regulations.   The EMCAC shall be comprised of no more than 11 voting members as follows: 1.    Two food market vendors, one from the merchants in the South Hall and the other from the farmer's line, and one non-food market vendor to be selected by those market vendors, respectively, each of whom serves as a voting member. 2.    One representative of ANC 6B, who shall be a serving ANC Commissioner; 3.    One representative each of established, substantial Capitol Hill Community Organizations as follows: 1.    Capitol Hill Restoration Society, who, among other things, shall provide specific expertise in the area of historic preservation and land use policies; 2.    Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals, who, among other things, shall provide specific expertise relevant to business and retailing on Capitol Hill; 3.    Stanton Park Neighborhood Association; 4.    Eastern Market Preservation and Development Corporation, who, among other things, shall provide insights derived from its focus on Eastern Market issues; and 5.    Other organizations, which shall be determined upon a vote of 75% of the EMCAC members, to have demonstrated substantial membership, broad Capitol Hill activity focus, and longevity of establishment sufficient to warrant a representative on the EMCAC, subject to the limit on the number of EMCAC members established in this section of this chapter. 6.    One independent community resident; 7.    One member who shall be a resident of Ward 6 and who is appointed by the Ward 6 member of the Council, to serve as a voting member; 8.    One member appointed by the Mayor, to serve as a voting member;  Each member of the EMCAC shall represent, and be appointed or elected by his or her constituency, in accordance with its internal procedures except that the independent community resident, shall be selected by the EMCAC for such membership after such positions are advertised to the community for no less than 30 days. With the exception of the voting representatives of the food market vendors and non-food market vendors, no member of the EMCAC shall have an economic interest in, or fiduciary responsibility for, any business or other activity operated or conducted on the Eastern Market Square. No 1 0 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov  
  Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Review Board shall: 1.    Advise the Mayor on the compatibility with the purposes of DC Code § 6-1101) of the applications referred to it by the Mayor pursuant to §§ 6-1104 through 6-1108; 2.    Perform the functions and duties of a State Review Board as set forth in regulations issued pursuant to the Act of October 15, 1966 (16 U.S.C. § 470 et seq.); 3.    Designate and maintain a current inventory of historic landmarks and historic districts in the District of Columbia and, in connection therewith, adopt and publish appropriate procedures; and 4.    Perform such other functions and duties relating to the protection, preservation, enhancement, and perpetuation of the historic, architectural, cultural and aesthetic heritage of the District of Columbia as the Mayor may from time to time assign.   The 9-member Review Board shall be constituted and its members qualified so as to meet the requirements of a State Review Board under regulations issued by the Secretary of the Interior pursuant to the Act of October 15, 1966 (16 U.S.C. § 470 et seq.).  All appointments to the Historic Preservation Review Board shall be made with a view toward having its membership represent to the greatest practicable extent the composition of the adult population of the District of Columbia with regard to race, sex, geographic distribution and other demographic characteristics. Yes 9 2 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/MZFGPF/Historic-Preservation-Review-Board
  Housing Authority Board of Commissioners (DCHA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board is charged with the duty to govern all the affairs of the Authority and shall have all powers necessary or appropriate to carry out the following purposes: (1) To review and approve all contracts for goods or services having a value of more than $250,000; (2) To make and implement rules, by-laws, and policies and regulations necessary or appropriate for the effective administration of the Authority; (3) To promulgate rules and procedures for the election of the elected Commissioners, and to conduct such elections; (4) To evaluate the Executive Director's job performance from time to time; and (5) To perform such other functions as are needed to ensure the provision of quality services to the residents of the Housing Properties.   The Board shall consist of 11 voting Commissioners, to be appointed as follows: (1) Four public Commissioners, nominated by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council by resolution; (2) Three resident Commissioners who shall be elected in an election held in, and for certain residents of, the Authority's Housing Properties; (2A) One housing choice voucher program recipient Commissioner, nominated by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council by resolution; (3) One ex officio Commissioner, the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development; (4) One Commissioner who shall be a labor representative named by the central labor council, except that the Commissioner shall not be an employee of the Authority; and (5) One Commissioner who shall be a housing advocacy representative named by the D.C. Consortium of Legal Services Providers, except that the Commissioner shall not be an employee of the Authority.  Those public Commissioners persons nominated by the Mayor shall meet the following requirements: (1) Each individual's appointment may be recommended by official action of the Advisory Committee; or (2) Each individual shall be selected by the Mayor from among District residents; provided, that each meets the other criteria indicated further below.  Additionally, each person nominated by the Mayor or recommended by the Advisory Committee shall be an individual who: (1) Has demonstrated knowledge of, and competence in, corporate governance; public housing law and regulations; real estate and construction; public housing development, operation, and management; subsidized or nonprofit housing production and development; multi-family housing development or management; business finance and investment; community-based redevelopment policies or activities; public management or administration; personnel or procurement administration; municipal finance or law; or philanthropy and social services; and (2) Is not an officer or employee of the federal government or the District government.  All Commissioners, at time of appointment, shall be residents of the District of Columbia and shall remain residents throughout the term of the appointment. Yes 4 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/xY9tVE/Housing-Authority-Board-Of-Commissioners
  Housing Finance Agency Board of Directors Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The powers of the DC Housing Finance Agency shall be vested in the Board.   The agency shall be governed by a Board of Directors, which shall be comprised of 5 members who are residents of the District of Columbia. Two shall have experience in mortgage lending or finance, 2 shall have experience in home building, real estate, architecture, or planning, and 1 shall represent community or consumer interests. The members shall be appointed by the Mayor, with advice and consent of the Council, in accordance with § 1-523.01. No 5 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Housing Production Trust Fund Board (HPTF) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board shall advise the Mayor on the development, financing, and operation of the Fund and other matters related to the production of housing for low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income households. The Board may review the uses of the Fund for their conformity with relevant regulations and the Board shall have reasonable access to records related to the Fund to perform this review   The Board shall be composed of 9 members, selected as follows: 1.    One member shall be a representative of the financial services industry. 2.    One member shall be a representative of the nonprofit housing production community. 3.    One member shall be a representative of the for-profit housing production industry. 4.    One member shall be a representative of an organization that advocates for the production, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing for lower-income households. 5.    One member shall be a representative of the low-income tenant association. 6.    One member shall be a representative of an organization that advocates for people with disabilities. 7.    The remaining 3 members shall have significant knowledge of an area related to the production, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing for lower-income households. No 9 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Humanities Council of Washington, D.C. Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Council is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 50l (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of l954 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue law) and shall solicit and receive grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and contributions from public and private sources in order to perform the following functions, among others: A. To act as the governing body of the District of Columbia state-based program of the National Endowment for the Humanities. B. To broaden general public understanding, appreciation of and interest in the humanities and their application and importance in relation to all aspects of the current conditions of life in the District of Columbia and the nation. C. To create and implement a program which promotes constructive and mutually beneficial interaction and dialogue between academic humanists and District of Columbia citizens who are not engaged in full-time academic scholarship. D. To fund humanities projects throughout the District of Columbia which meet the guidelines set forth by the Council.   The Council's affairs shall be managed by a Board of Directors composed of not more than twenty-three (23) directors. Eighteen of these directors shall be known as the "elected directors" and shall represent a balanced representation between scholars and practitioners in the humanities and persons who are civic leaders and representative of the general public. All of the persons elected as directors must reside and preferably work within the boundaries of the District of Columbia. The directors shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that the Board is representative of the social, economic and ethnic diversity in Washington D.C., of all geographic Wards and of both sexes equally.  Not more than five (5) persons may be appointed by the Mayor of the District and these five (5) directors shall be known as "appointed directors". No 5 1 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/aHybZQ/Humanities-Council-Board-Of-Directors
  Real Property Tax Appeals Commission (RPTAC) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) There is established the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission for the District of Columbia ("Commission") to review real property assessments and classifications and to hear other appeals. The Commission shall have jurisdiction over any appeal timely filed with the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals in accordance with the provisions of § 47-82S.01(f-l).   The Commission shall be comprised of: 1.    A full-time Chairperson; 2.    A full-time Vice Chairperson; 3.    Four full-time Commissioners; and (iv) Eight part-time Commissioners, 4.    The Chairperson of the Commission shall be a District of Columbia certified general appraiser with at least 5 years of professional experience. 5.    The Vice-Chairperson of the Commission shall be an active member of the District of Columbia Bar with at least 5 years of real estate professional experience. 6.    Full-time Commissioners shall have at least 5 years of professional commercial real estate experience. 7.    All Commissioners shall be active members of the District of Columbia Bar, District certified general real estate appraisers, certified public accountants, mortgage bankers, licensed District real estate brokers, or persons possessing significant real property experience. Yes 14 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/7idKhp/Real-Property-Tax-Appeals-Commission
  Rental Housing Commission Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Rental Housing Commission (RHC) is charged with enforcement of the Fair Housing Act, which includes:  1. Issue, amend and rescind regulations that are promulgated for enforcement of the Act; 2. Certify and publish the annual adjustment of general applicability to rents and/or rent ceilings, which adjustment is based upon annual changes (if any) in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W) for the applicable region in which the District of Columbia is located; and 3. Decide appeals brought to the Commission from the Rent Administrator and the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).   The Rental Housing Commission shall be composed of 3 persons admitted to practice before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. All members of the Rental Housing Commission shall be residents of the District. No member shall be either a housing provider or a tenant. A member of the Rental Housing Commission shall possess skills and experience relevant to the following: 1.    Litigation, preferably including both appellate practice demonstrated by written work product and exposure to the concerns of pro se litigants; 2.    Administrative law, preferably in an area of complex regulation; or 3.    Housing law, preferably in the area of rental housing and rent control or rent stabilization. Yes 3 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/DoMxib/Rental-Housing-Commission
  Washington Convention and Sports Authority Board of Directors (Events DC) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board shall have the following general duties: adopt and publish internal operating rules for the conduct of Board meetings; develop policies for the management, maintenance, and operation of the new convention center and District sports and entertainment facilities, including concessions, vehicle parking facilities, or other related facilities; adopt rules and regulations consistent with Chapter 5 of Title 2, governing the operation and use of the new convention center and District sports and entertainment facilities.   The Authority shall be governed by a Board of Directors ("Board") which shall be comprised of 11 members, one of whom shall be the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia and one of whom shall be designated by the Mayor, both of whom shall serve as ex-officio voting members of the Board.  The 9 public Board members shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council by resolution, in accordance with § 1-523.01.  Of the 9 public Board members, 1 shall be from the hotel industry, 1 shall be from the restaurant industry, 1 shall be from organized labor, and the remaining 6 shall have proven expertise in municipal finance, business finance, economic development, construction, sports, entertainment, or tourism.   9 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Zoning Commission Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) To protect the public health, secure the public safety, and to protect property in the District of Columbia there is created a Zoning Commission for the District of Columbia, which shall consist of the Architect of the Capitol, the Director of the National Park Service, and 3 members appointed by the Mayor, by and with the advice and consent of the Council   The three mayoral appointees must be residents of the District of Columbia. Yes 3 0 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/RXPLRG/Zoning-Commission
  Walter Reed Army Medical Center Site Reuse Advisory Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall advise the Master Developer with respect to the needs of the community, parking and transportation issues, economic development opportunities that may be created, environmental guidelines, contract modifications, and any other issues directly related to the redevelopment or reuse of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center site.   :  (1) The Committee shall consist of the following 9 members: (A) The Master Developer or the Master Developer's designee; (B) The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development or the Deputy Mayor's designee; (C) The Chairman of the Councilor the Chairman's designee; (D) The Council member from Ward 4 or the Councilmember's designee; (E) Three community members, appointed by the Mayor, one member each from the Brightwood, Shepherd Park, and Takoma communities; (F) One member of ANC4A chosen by ANC4A; and (G) One member of ANC4B chosen by ANC4B. (2) Members of the Committee appointed pursuant to paragraph (l)(E) of this subsection shall have expertise in economic development, public safety, law, transportation, affirmative action, or local community issues. (3) Each member of the Committee, except the Master Developer or the Master Developer's designee, shall be a District resident. No 3 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
St. Elizabeth's East Redevelopment Initiative Advisory Board Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The SEERI Board shall advise the District government on the Saint Elizabeths East Redevelopment Initiative's implementation of plans for the redevelopment of the Saint Elizabeth's east campus.   The SEERI Board shall be composed of twelve (12) members from the public, private, and the government(non-voting), consisting of subject matter experts (6) and community representatives which are appointed by the Mayor as follows:     Subject matter experts:  1. Academia / higher education 2. Business/entrepreneur development 3. Infrastructure development 4. Real estate finance management 5. Transportation/land use    6. Real Estate Development. The (4) Community representatives from the Public Sector are appointed as follows:  1. ANC representative  2. Faith leader  3. Small business owner 4. Ward 8 member-at-large. There shall also be (2) Non-Voting Government members, (1) DMPED Representative and (1) GSA- St. Elizabeth’s West Representative. No 10 1 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/idRFFD/St-Elizabeths-East-Advisory-Board
  Food Policy Council Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) To establish a Food Policy Director in the District Department of the Environment to promote food policy in the District, attract new participants to the local food economy, assist 13 individuals already participating in the local food economy, and achieve the food goals 14 identified in the Sustainable DC plan, and to establish a Food Policy Council to identify 15 regulatory burdens on the local food economy, collect and analyze data on the food 16 economy and food equity, promote positive food policies, and guide organizations and 17 individuals involved in the food economy. 1.    The Mayor shall establish a Food Policy Council, whose purpose shall be to: 1.    Identify for the Council of the District of Columbia and relevant agencies regulatory barriers to the development of a local food economy, including barriers to the operations of farmers markets; (2) Collect and analyze data on the local food economy and food access in the District of Columbia, including an assessment of food deserts; and (3) Identify national best practices in food policy and determine how they could be implemented in the District.  2.    The Food Policy Council shall provide an annual report to the Council of the District of Columbia on the state of the local food economy and food access across the District. The first report shall be due within 240 days of the effective date of this act. Thereafter, the Food Policy Council shall submit a report on December 31 of each year. The report shall identify national best practices in food policy, assess District food deserts, and recommend revisions to regulations that affect the local food economy and food access.  3.    The Food Policy Council may apply for any federal, public, or private grant or funding that would enhance its ability to improve food policy and equity in the District.   The Food Policy Council shall consist of 13 voting members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council of the District of Columbia, one of whom shall be the Food Policy Director appointed pursuant to section. Voting members shall serve terms of 3 years; provided that of the initial members appointed, 4 shall serve for a term of 3 years, 4 shall serve for a term of 2 years, and 4 shall serve for a term of one year. Members may be reappointed but may serve no more than 2 consecutive full terms. The Food Policy Director shall serve on the Food Policy Council as long as he or she remains the Food Policy Director. 1.    The members shall be equally representative of established public, non-profit, and for-profit entities and organizations involved in the local food economy or food access in the District. 2.    There shall be 10 ex-officio nonvoting members, including Directors of the following departments or their designees: 3.    Department of Human Services; 4.    Department of Health; 5.    Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs; 6.    Department of Parks and Recreation; 7.    Office of the State Superintendent of Education; 8.    Office of Planning; and 9.    District Department of Transportation 10.District Department of the Environment 11. Department of General Services 12. Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development No 12 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/c99qTB/Food-Policy-Council
  Innovation and Technology Inclusion Council Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The 17-member council will advise District officials on ways to grow the city’s innovation and tech economy in an inclusive manner.   The Council shall be appointed by the Mayor and shall consist of not less than fifteen (15) and no more than twenty-five (25) members as follows: one (1) faculty member from each university within the District of Columbia which has an active high-technology business development program; public members who are representative of the diversity of people and ideas within (the high-technology business community of the District of Columbia representing private, public, and community institutions, and who are representative of the diversity of economic, religious, racial, ethnic, gender identification, age and family status in the District of Columbia; the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development or his or her designee, who shall serve as an ex-officio voting member of the Council; a designee of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development; the Director of the Department of Small and Local Business Development or his or her designee, who shall serve as an ex-officio voting member of the Council; a designee of the Director of the Department of Small and Local Business Development; and, the Director of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, or his or her designee, who shall serve as an ex-officio voting member of the Council. No 25 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/SukJ8y/Innovation-And-Technology-Inclusion-Council
Condominium Association Advisory Council (CAAC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the CAAC shall be to serve as an advisory body to the Mayor, the Council, and District agencies on matters relating to condominiums located in the District. One community representative from each of the 8 District wards. One community representative appointed by the chairperson of the Committee of the Council that oversees the Department of Housing and Community Development One community representative appointed by the Mayor The Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, or his or her designee A representative from the community association management industry with at least 7 years of experience in the profession, appointed by the Mayor A representative from the mortgage industry with at least 5 years of experience in the profession, appointed by the Mayor A representative from the legal community who is an attorney licensed to practice in the District and has at least 5 years of experience representing community associations, appointed by the Mayor. Various positions by designation No 4 1 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/AtJo74cGm7/Condominium-Association-Advisory-Council
  Kennedy Street NW Economic Development and Small Business Revitalization Advisory Committee Appointed by Chairman, Council of the District of Columbia The purpose of the committee shall be to provide recommendations to the Mayor and Council regarding the portion of Kennedy Street, N.W., running from North Capitol Street to 14th Street, N.W., with respect to the following matters: (1) Implementation of recommendations of the Kennedy Street small area plan (the "Kennedy Street Revitalization Plan") adopted by the Council pursuant to the Kennedy Street Revitalization Plan Approval Resolution of 2008, effective July 15, 2008 (Res. 17-705; 55 DCR 841a); The Committee shall consist of the following I I members: (l) The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development or his or her designee; (2) The Director of the Office of Planning or his or her designee; (3) The Councilmember from Ward 4 or his or her designee; (4) Two business owners from the Kennedy Street, N.W., district, chosen by the Council Chairman from recommendations made by the Councilmember for Ward 4; (5) The Director of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs or his or her designee; (6) Two members from the Kennedy Street, N.W., community, chosen by the Council Chairman from recommendations made by the Councilmember for Ward 4; (7) One member chosen by Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4D; (8) The Director of the Department of Small and Local Business Development or his or her designee; and (9) One member chosen by the Washington DC Economic Partnership. District Residents and DC Government Appointees No 1 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Office to Affordable Housing Task Force Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Task Force shall: 1. Determine whether the transition of existing vacant commercial office space to affordable units would help address the District of Columbia's affordable housing crisis; 2. To develop a list of recommended legal, regulatory, and zoning changes to promote such transitions; and 3. To estimate any costs to the District and property owners associated with making the recommended changes. A mandatory report is to be generated to the Mayor within 120 days of members being appointed. 1. Low-income renter; 2. Apartment or office building owner representative; 3. Representative of an organization that advocates for the production, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing for lower-income households; 4. Representative of a philanthropic organization that funds affordable housing; 5. Representative of an organization that provides supportive housing services to low-income residents, including housing counseling, financial management, in-kind assistance, or legal representation; 6. Representative with expertise in affordable housing policy from the academic or nonprofit community; 7. Representative from the for-profit development community; 8. Structural engineer; 9. Representative from DMPED; 10. Representative from the Office of Zoning; 11. Representative from the Department of Housing and Community Development     8 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Limited-Equity Cooperative Task Force Appointed by Chairman, Council of the District of Columbia There is established a Limited-Equity Cooperative Task Force ("Task Force") to provide the Council with comprehensive policy recommendations on how the District can assist in the formation of new LECs and help existing LECs succeed. (1) Three residents, each of whom is currently a board member of an LEC in the District; provided, that no 2 residents shall be from the board of the same LEC.  (2) One representative from a community-based organization that provides training, counseling, and client advocacy services to low- to moderate-income residents.  (3) One representative from a property management company that manages cooperatives in the District.  (4) One representative from a development company that develops cooperatives in the District.  (5) One representative from a financial entity that specializes in the financing of LECs.  (6) One attorney with experience working with LECs.  (7) One individual who has conducted significant research on LECs in the District and elsewhere in the United States.  (8) Other representatives appointed by the Chairperson of the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization.  (9) One representative from the Department of Housing and Community Development.  (10) One representative from the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency. By seat No 0 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Complete Count Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order)       No 11 0 Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
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