Connecticut Ave: Planning to Avoid Gridlock

Connecticut Ave: Planning to Avoid Gridlock

Beach Drive diversion/Library reconstruction/

Water management/Streetscape

Fitting it all together with NPS, DDOT, DC Library, CM Mary Cheh 

Thursday, September 22    7:00 – 8:30 pm

CPCA Business Meeting

Plans for coming year/your ideas

6:30 to 7:00 pm

 

Cleveland Park Library – 2nd floor meeting room

CPCA President Ruth Caplan Interviewed on NBC Evening News

CPCA President Ruth Caplan Interviewed on NBC Evening News

Sept. 9.  Questioned about the re-routing of Beach Drive traffic onto Connecticut Avenue for up to three years,  Caplan spoke of the “vey important project with very serious consequences…a perfect storm of gridlock” saying “there are ways to solve the problem” and mentioned CPCA’s upcoming community meeting.

The video can also be watched on the NBCWashington website here

 

Money and Politics: Proposals for DC Election Reform

Election Panel

A great and informative night! Thank you to our esteemed panel (from left):

Dan Smith (US PIRG Democracy Campaign Director)

Mary Cheh (Ward 3 Council Member)

Walter Smith (Executive Director, DC Appleseed)

Karl Racine (DC Attorney General)

Kesh Ladduwahetty (Chair, DC4Democracy).

CPCA ANNUAL MEETING

Thursday, June 9

Election of 2016-17 Board

6:30 to 7:00 pm

Money and Politics:

Proposals for DC Election Reform

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Council Member Mary Cheh

DC Attorney General Karl Racine

Dan Smith, Democracy Campaign Director, U.S. PIRG

Kesh Ladduwahetty, Chair, DC4Democracy

Walter Smith, Executive Director, DC Appleseed, Moderator

District 2 Community Room

3320 Idaho Ave.

Refreshments will be served

In this primary season, it is especially timely to step back and look at how the process can be corrupted by money.

Please let your friends and neighbors know about this meeting and urge them to come.

We are also pleased to have so many of our board members returning and look forward to welcoming  Elizabeth Ferenczi to the Board.  Here is the slate.

President — Ruth Caplan

1st Vice President — Jennifer Ward

2nd Vice President — Susie Taylor

Treasurer — Richard Nash

Corresponding Secretary — Ann Hamilton

Recording Secretary — Margaret Lenzner

At Large — Phil Eagleburger, Elizabeth Ferenczi, John Korbell, Karen Lightfoot,

Mark Rosenman