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Mayor - Vincent Gray

Website: http://mayor.dc.gov/DC/Mayor

Street address: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 316, Washington DC 20004

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (202) 727-6300

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/DC-One-City/189...

The former chief of staff to Mayor Vincent Gray started as Georgetown University's first ever vice president for government relations and community engagement last Monday. Chris Murphy, a 1998 Georgetown Law graduate, brings more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit, local and federal sectors.
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City Administrator - Allen Y. Lew

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Council Member - Yvette M. Alexander

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Council Member - Harry Thomas

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Council Member - Marion Barry

Sometimes, as Forrest Gump famously said, I guess there just aren't enough rocks. When you think of the now deceased former Washington, DC mayor Marion Barry, what's the first thing that comes to mind? I don't have to prompt you everyone knows which of the many scandalous news stories surrounding Barry are the ones which really stick out in their minds.
Commission for Marion Barry memorials sparks debate WASHINGTON -- Marion Barry's history as one of D.C.'s most impactful and controversial public servants is well documented. Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1LnUWPN WASHINGTON -- Marion Barry's history as one of D.C.'s most impactful and controversial public servants is well documented.
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Council Member - Muriel Bowser

People react as Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser addresses the rise in violent crime in DC during a news conference at the former Malcolm X Elementary School in Congress Heights, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Protesters who interrupted Bowser's announcement of her crime-fighting platform say increasing police powers won't reduce violence and the mayor is only paying superficial attention to their concerns.
Facing a colossal jump in the homicide rate, Muriel Bowser headed to a sweltering gym at Congress Heights' former Malcolm X Elementary School this morning to unveil a new anti-crime push. But boisterous activists associated with the #blacklivesmatter movement had other ideas.
Washington, D.C. businesses will now save in electric bills by installing solar panels on their buildings, even with the cost of installation. Last Friday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the Property Assessed Energy Act was up and running with its first client in a Brightwood BP gas station.
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Council Member - Michael A. Brown

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Council Member - Kwame R. Brown

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Council Member - Phil Mendelson

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Council Member - David Catania

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Council Member - Vincent Orange

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Council Member - James Graham

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Council Member - Jack Evans

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Council Member - Mary Cheh

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Council Member - Tommy Wells

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