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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
SESSION LAW SERVICE LETTER 



2011 
LEGISLATIVE HIGHLIGHTS 

A noncumulative summary of significant legislation contained in this 
pamphlet of general interest to the legal profession prepared especially 
for District of Columbia Legislative Service by the editorial staff of 
West, a Thomson Reuters business. 

Department of Forensic Sciences Establishment Act of 2011 

Law 19-18 provides for the establishment, functions, authority, personnel, and funds 
for a Department of Forensic Sciences. 

District of Columbia Board Of Elections And Ethics Primary Date Alteration 
Amendment Act of 2011 

Law 19-7 changed the date of the District of Columbia primary and presidential 
preference primary elections. 

Unemployment Compensation Extended Benefits Continuation Temporary 
Amendment Act of 20 1 1 

Law 19-16 amended the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act to 
continue to qualify the District for federal funding of extended unemployment compensa- 
tion benefits. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
SESSION LAW SERVICE 

2011 

19TH COUNCIL PERIOD 

Convened January 2, 2011 

Laws 19-1 to 19-20 

EMERGENCY ACTS 

February 2, 2011 to August 9, 2011 



TABLES AND INDEX 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

District of Columbia Session Law Service Letter — I 

Preface - V 

Laws in this Pamphlet - — IX 

Emergency Acts in this Pamphlet XI 

Officials of the District of Columbia XV 

Permanent and Temporary Laws 1 

Emergency Acts - - ,. r ... 29 

Budget Request Act — 213 

Tables 

1. Affected Sections — Laws Tl-1 

2. Affected Sections — Emergency Acts T2-1 

Index - 1-1 



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LAWS IN THIS PAMPHLET 



Law citations are to this pamphlet only. 



For other materials included in this service, 
consult same table in other pamphlets. 



Law 

Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project Property Tax Exemption 

Clarification Temporary Act of 2011 19-12 

Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Temporary Act of 2011 19-1 

Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Temporary Amendment Act of 2011 19-17 

Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year 2011 Fund Balance Temporary Amend- 
ment Act of 2011 - - — 19-10 

Closing of a Portion of Anacostia Avenue, N.E., Abutting Parcel 170/14 S. 0. 11- 

3689, Act of 2011 19-13 

Closing of Public Street Adjacent to Square 4376 Act of 2011 ,- 19-20 

Closing of Water Street, S.W, S.O. 10-15906, Act of 2011 19-19 

Department of Forensic Sciences Establishment Act of 2011 - 19-18 

District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics Primary Date Alteration 

Amendment Act of 2011- ~~ 19-7 

Fiscal Year 2011 Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization Funding 

Revised Temporary Act of 2011 19-5 

Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations Authorization 

Temporary Act of 2011 19-14 

Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community Dedicated Tax 

Appropriations Authorization Temporary Act of 2011 :~l — 19-15 

Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initiative Tax Increment 

Financing Temporary Amendment Act of 2011 19-4 

Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Board Chairperson Designation Temporary 

Amendment Act of 2011 19-11 

One City Service and Response Training Temporary Act of 2011 19-3 

Processing Sales Tax Clarification Temporary Amendment Act of 2011 19-2 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Temporary Amendment 

Act of 2011 - - 19-9 

Reinstated Government Employee Review Temporary Act of 2011 19-6 

Third & H Streets, N.E. Economic Development Technical Clarification Tempo- 
rary Act of 2011 - - 19-8 

Unemployment Compensation Extended Benefits Continuation Temporary 

Amendment Act of 2011 - ' , - 19-16 



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EMERGENCY ACTS IN THIS PAMPHLET 



Act citations are to this pamphlet only. 



For other materials included in this service, 
consult same table in other pamphlets. 



Act 

African American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation, Inc. African-Ameri- 
can Civil War Museum Approval Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011 19-13 
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project Property Tax Exemption 

Clarification Emergency Act of 2011 - 19-44 

Alternative Equity Payment Allocation Congressional Review Emergency 

Amendment Act of 2011.— — — - 19-1 

Annual Financial Reporting Modernization Congressional Review Emergency 

Amendment Act of 2011,.- - - - 19-30 

Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements Revenue Bonds Emergency 

Amendment Act of 2011 19-88 

Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011 19-50 

Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Emergency Act of 2011 19-3 

Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Amendment Emergency Act of 2011 19-71 

Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Congressional Review Emergency Act of 

2011- -- _.. „_.,.._ ...._ - 19-148 

Building 18 Procurement Authority Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 19-127 

Campaign Finance Reporting, Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 19-95 

Capital Access Program Congressional Review Emergency Act of 20 11 19-6 

Carver 2000 Low-Income and Senior Housing Project Emergency' Act of 2011 — - 19-115 
Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools Salary Adjustment Approv- 
al Emergency Act of 2011— - - - 19-137 

Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year 2011 Fund Balance Emergency Amend- 
ment Act of 2011 , — - ----- 19-43 

Closing of a Portion of Anacostia Avenue N.E., Abutting Parcel 170/14 S.O. 11- 

3689, Emergency Act of 2011 19-46 

Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in Square 5148, S.O. 10-01784, Emergen- 
cy Act of 2011 - 19-125 

Closing of a Public Alley in Square 451, S.O.11-03672, Emergency Act of 2011 — . 19-149 
Community Connections, Inc. Human Care Agreement RM-10-HCA-MHRS- 

114-BY4-SCEmergencyApprovalActof2011 19-64 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergen- 
cy Act of 2011 -- 19-121 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-024 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergen- 
cy Act of 2011 - 19-87 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergen- 
cy Act of 2011 - 19-118 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-O-0038 Change Order No. 2 and Proposed Change 

Order No. 3 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 19-83 
Contract No. DCHC-2008-O-9091 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 — 19-23 

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EMERGENCY ACTS IN THIS PAMPHLET 

Act 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 - - _ — - 19-134 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 A— _________——_.——- 19-142 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 Approval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act of 2011 ......... — 19-63 

Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091 Modifications Approval arid Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011— ————.-l,;..,;........^..^::^-,^- - 19-22 

Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206 Modification Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 -, _________ — - 19-141 

Contract No. DCP0-2009-C-0008D Modifications Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act of 2011 ----- -...._.—_.,.___-__-___._-__—_ 19-86 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A (BP-20) Modification Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 - — .— - _-_— ■ 19-138 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) Modification Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011— — - — — — : ____ _— — 19-139 

Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 - , 19-61 

Contract No. D CTO-2011-F-00 16 Approval ^ ; i-rnA 

*' gency Act of 2011 __________ ^_—___:._________^^ 19^65 

Contract No. GAGA^200 8-C-0 134 Mddirications Approval ' 

zation Emergency Act of 2011--------.-------------------.-A-— ^^ 19-136 

Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0142 Letter Contract and Definitive Contract Ap- -; 4 
proval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 ------- _-—_.—-- 19^24 

Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0146 Letter Contract and Definitive Contract Ap- J -■: A 
proval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 — — - _— . _ __ 19-25 

Contract No. NFPHC-100 Modifications Approval and Payment Authorization ^;*A 
Emergency Act of 2011 -—--,--„-,_-,_--„-____———---,-—---_-_———_,--,-——,- 19^-78 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- - -h.A;A 

'"' zation Emergency Act of 2011— .— — _ ________ —____—— _,____-— 19-29 

Cooperative Housing Association Economic Interest Recordation Tax Congres- . ->-T--n£l 
sional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 __-— _____.._...———.—- 19^'l r 2 

Daylight Savings Time Extension of Hours Emergency Act of 2011 — — — — 19S18 

Distributed Generation Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 - .._——-_— _—-■-— 19^26 

District Department of Transportation Capital Project Review and Reconciliation A-./j/nfiD 
Emergency Act of 2011 -— ---._„.__....._______ ___._—..--_---: : 19^96 

District Multiyear Contract Under i Federal Contract No. SP0600<L0-D-4015 i i--ruO 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 20 1 1 - - ----- ----- - — - - - - - ---■'' 19^20 

District Multiyear Contract Under Federal Contract No. SP0600-10MD-4025 ^ j lf > 
Approval and Payment Authorization 1 ^Einef gency Act of 2011 - - V— --- ■--'- '---^ - { - -* ----- *' f 19-21 

District Multiyear Contract Under Federal Contract No. SP 0600-10-43-4033. -i 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 _-A-C--U----"iAA-A_!j ; 1'9448 

District Multiyear Contract Under Federal Contract No. SP0600--10-D^403S /Ac)£; 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 ■ j--Aiai_--Lb_AL?Ai-) ; 194-19 

District of Columbia Retirement Board Procurement Exemption Emergency b A v;> 
Amendment Act of 2011 _;Al..__--____-__-i_i.iLi^AIA--^ii-ii_L£Lii> ;lfel44 

DOC Inmate Processing and Release Emergency Amendment Act- of 20 M r --AL_YJiin 19-129 

Elected Attorney General Referendum Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 -LA AAA 19^51 , 

Extension of Review Period for the Rhode Island Avenue SrrMP Area Action 1 Pl_ihA "> 

Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 ■___■- — — — -—-_.____ ___ _________.___,____A AAALo.A 19,-15 

Extension of Time Congressional Review Emergency Airiehdmeht Act of 2011 ----- 19-10 

FEMS Uniformed Members Labor Day Fundraising for Muscular Dystrophy 

Exemption Emergency Act of 2011 — — -- -_—__,__ A ________________ 19-114 

Fiscal Year 2011 Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization Funding ^ 

Revised Emergency Act of 2011 — — - — . - -— - — - 19-26 

Fiscal Year 2011 Revised Budget Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 ._.-".. A- — 19-117 

Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Emergency Act of 2011 ^19-93 

Fiscal Year 2012 Dedicated Tax Emergency Technical Amendment Act of 20 11--^-- 19-116 

XII 



EMERGENCY ACTS IN THIS PAMPHLET 

Act 
Forney-Manhattan Deanwood Community Center and Library Joint Venture 
Contract Modification Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 

2011 ______ .19-140 

Health Professional Recruitment Program Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 — 19-120 

Healthy Schools Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 19-143 

Heat Wave Safety Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 19-77 

Heights on Georgia Avenue Development Extension Emergency Act of 2011 , 19-75 

Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations Authorization 

Emergency Act of 2011 — - — - - - - 19-66 

Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community Dedicated Tax 

Appropriations Authorization Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011 19-113 
Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community Dedicated Tax 

Appropriations Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 19-62 

Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initiative Tax Increment 

Financing Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 - 19-17 

Income Tax Secured Bond Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 — - - 19-145 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles Congressional Review Emergency Amendment 

Act of 2011 - - - - - -— 19-49 

KIPP DC-Shaw Campus Property Tax Exemption Emergency Act of 2011 — - 19-94 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0076-2007-1 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 19-84 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0076-2007-2 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011—. - - 19-85 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A Approval and 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 — - — -— - 19-72 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0104-2010C Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 - - - 19-70 

Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive Designation Emergency Act of 2011 19-130 

Modification to Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011 19-60 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-021 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 - - - — 19-122 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-022 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011— — - - 19-41 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-023 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 T — ~ 19-132 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-024 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 - 19-123 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-025 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 — ■„-„;_— —-—.—_ 19-133 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-D1-028 Approval and Payment 

Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 - - - - 19-42 

Modifications to Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064 Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act of 2011 - 19-47 

Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation Board Chairperson Designation Emergency 

Amendment Act of 2011 - 19-40 

Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Amendment Act of 2011— - 19-128 

Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Emergency Amendment Act 

of 2011 _ J _ _ - 19-73 

Office of Cable Television Property Acquisition and Special Purpose Revenue 

Reprogramming Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011 19-5 

Omnibus Substance Abuse Treatment Human Care Agreements Approval and 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011 19-150 

One City Service and Response Training Emergency Act of 2011 - 19-16 

Pedestrian Safety Reinforcement Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 - — - 19-135 

Performance Parking Extension Congressional Review Emergency Amendment 

Act of 2011.. — -— - .— - 19-9 

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EMERGENCY ACTS IN THIS PAMPHLET 

Act 
Pre-K Acceleration and Clarification Congressional Review Emergency Amend- '> r ^'"I 

ment Act of 2010 -..-———_ — _-.___ ____— —J. 19-4 

Processing Sales Tax Clarification Congressional Review Emergency Amendment i 

; - Act of 2011—- — — — — ,,.. :......,..:.., 19-68 

Processing Sales Tax Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 2011— ^-—-— _ 19-11 
Public Employee Relations Board Holdover Extension Emergency Ajnehdment^" '' '■■> ^H 

Act of 2011— ^... ........ ... ,....,.....,..,.... ..^..........^.^ ^mm 

Public Safety Civilian Emergency Personnel Furlough Exemption Emergency • :,'■*.'•! *?oH 

; Amendment Act of 2011—- .................................... ......^.,±L.,m^- 1<^28 

Public Safety Legislation Sixty-Day Layover Congressional Review Emergency; :-.ni:;;jol-] 

; Amendment Act of 2011— -— ^..J,..^i:,..j^:^^^ 

Randall School Disposition Restatement Congressional Review Emergency Act' of'M nf; - ;I -'°H 

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Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Congressional Review ;>'^w>~&- 

Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 .: - .....C... ....... - — ' J19^76 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Emergency Act of 2011- — 19^146 
Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Emergency Amendment ' 

- Act of 2011— - - — — — 19-33 

Reinstated Government Employee Review Emergency Act of 2011 - — — 19-27 

Rental Housing Act Extension Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act 

of 2011 , - —-..... __„._.___ . . . .. 19-31 

Rental Housing C ommission Quorum Emergency Amendment Act of 20 1 1 ----- 19-52 

Saving D.C. Homes From Foreclosure Congressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act of 201 - - — - - 19-8 

Saving D.C, Homes From Foreclosure Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 19-147 

Settlement Payment Integrity Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act ' '* l! * 

of 2011— - - - ~- : 19-fl4 

Special Election Reform Charter Congressional Review Emergency Amendment . : y . 

Act of 2011 - ---:.._..,.-- „ .— — - / ;1P7 

Third & H Streets, N.E. Economic Development Technical Clarification Emer- "^ 

t gencyActof2011 „_.£:.J:i_:-.^_._...._ .__, „_ „—-- — — 19^32 

Transfer Emergency Amendment Act of 2011.— --——.— — — - ...... 19-6^ 

Unemployment Compensation Extended l Benefits Continuation Congressional !| * J v 

Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011 .......... __._..._——— 19^112 

Unemployment Compensation Extended Benefits Continuation Emergency " ; ^ [ 

Amendment Act of 2011------,------,,.------^^ 

Unemployment Compensation Funds Appropriation Authorization Emergency 11 ' ; h,n 

Act of 2011 - - -- : -------.---„-^.---,------..--......--^..-.--:--.^.-.^^ : 5 1^124 

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COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

Kwame R. Brown, Chairman 

Yvette M. Alexander Jack Evans 

Marion Barry Jim Graham 

Muriel Bowser Phil Mendelson ■ 

Michael A. Brown Vincent B. Orange, Sr. 

David A. Catania Harry Thomas, Jr. 

Mary M. Cheh Tommy Wells 



OFFICE OF THE GENERAL 
COUNSEL 

Under Whose Direction This 
Volume Has Been Prepared 

V. David Zvenyach, General Counsel 

John Hoellen, Legislative Counsel 

Benjamin F. Bryant, Jr., Codification Counsel 

Karen R. Barbour, Legal Assistant 



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SESSION LAWS 

2011 

LAWS AND EMERGENCY ACTS 



19th Council Session 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
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2011 



19th Council Period 
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY LAWS 



BALANCED BUDGET HOLIDAY FURLOUGH TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-1 

Act 19-34 

AN ACT to require, on a temporary basis, that each subordinate and independent agency and 
instrumentality of the District of Columbia government furlough employees on 4 designated 
legal public holidays during fiscal year 2011, and to authorize the Mayor to provide for 
alternate furlough days for certain employees to ensure that public health and safety functions 
are carried out. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Furloughing of employees. 

(a)(1) Notwithstanding any other District law or regulation, and except as provided in 

subsection (b) of this section and section 3, the personnel authority of each subordinate and 

independent agency and instrumentality of the District of Columbia government shall 

furlough each of its full-time employees for 4 legal public holidays without pay during the 

fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and each of its part-time employees with a scheduled 

tour of duty for the appropriate pro-rated amount of furlough hours for the 4 furlough days. 

(2) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the unpaid furlough days 

required by this act shall be scheduled on the following legal public holidays, as that term is 

described in section 1202 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit 

Personnel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code 

§ 1-612.02): 

(A) Washington's Birthday, Monday, February 21, 2011; "■ 

(B) District of Columbia Emancipation Day, Friday, April 15, 2011; 

(C) Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2011; and 

(D) Independence Day, Monday, July 4, 2011. 



Law 19-1, § 2 19th Council Period 

(b)(1) Each agency and instrumentality shall furlough each covered employee on the 
designated legal public holidays, unless doing so: 

(A) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its essential or 
emergency public health or public safety functions; 

(B) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its mission; 

(C) Is not possible because the holiday is not part of an employee's pay period; or 

(D)' Is not legally permissible. 

(2) If a covered employee cannot be furloughed on any of the legal public holidays listed 
in subsection (a)(2) of this section due to any of the reasons listed in paragraph (1) of this 
subsection, as determined by the Mayor, the employing agency or instrumentality, in 
consultation with the applicable personnel authority, shall schedule the furlough day on an 
alternate date in the same pay period that does not impair the ability of the agency or 
instrumentality to fulfill its mission, as determined by the Mayor. The District of Columbia 
Public Schools shall not furlough a classroom teacher on a date when there is classroom 
instruction during an instructional period. 

(3)(A) Notwithstanding paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection, the 4 furlough days 
required under subsection (a) of this section may be scheduled on alternate dates in the 
same or subsequent pay periods for covered employees, including correctional officers, 
working in an agency listed in this paragraph; provided, that each of the covered 
employees is furloughed the required 4 days by July 31, 2011. This paragraph shall apply 
to the: , , . ;■'"' , ';■■_■ --;] 

(i) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services employees at thei Youth Services 
Center and at New Beginnings; , ■ 

(ii) Department of Corrections correctional personnel at the Central Detention 

; :',;;■:■ Facility; : . , 'C: ;: .'.- : '^U\U 

(iii) Office of Unified Communications employees; and 
"(iv) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner employees. 

(B) The Mayor shall have discretion in the application of the furlough provided under 
this paragraph. 

(c)<To the extent possible, employees who are newly hired after any of the 4 legal public 
holidays designated as furlough days shall be f furloughed during the sanle pay period of the 
legal public holiday. /^ ;l1 ' : ; :: '.'-; ;■'•'"■■ : ';^ 

(d) Unless a subordinate or independent agency or instrumentality has authority to^'aclopt 
rules governing furloughs and has adopted such rules, each agency and instrumentality is 
subject to the furlough rules published^ & D,CMR B §§ 2438 through 2446 and 249?^ or 
emergency rules published by the District^ Columbia Department pf Human, Resour.qesjtg 
implement the provisions of this act. 

, (e)(1) Notwithstanding any other District :r law or regulation, ea<2i~ employee, ^snall be 
provided not less than 15 days written notice before the employee's first '^lougn^d^\ ; i^d 
the, provision of 15 days written notice shall be sufficient notice to permit ' the mrlougmng' r 6| 
the employee on that first furlough date. '"' •'•' \. . \ : ;' r ' ' lJ '' ! ' ^ ■'.''; 

(2) If an employing agency or instrumentality is unable to give notice in accordance with 

paragraph (1) of this subsection for the unpaid furlough day specified by subsection 

(a)(2)(A) of this section, or schedule the furlough day as required by this act, the employing 

'agency or instrumentality, in consultation with the applicable personnel authority, shall 

schedule the furlough day on an alternate date in any subsequent pay period on or befpre 

^y ;;^ 

Sec. 3. Scope of coverage. : 'U'^-t. - 

(a) TJiis act shall apply to all subordinate and: independent agencies and instrumentalities, 
except the following agencies or instrumentalities: , , ■ . •, . ,i) 

(1) Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation; - ■■■v, 

(2) District of Columbia Housing Authority; ■■/;.;/■ , ;i ;i 1 ,r - , ; ,w ^: .6- . - ■ ;*.-;»' 



2011 Legislation Law 19-2, § 3 

(3) District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency; 

(4) Washington Convention and Sports Authority; and 

(5) District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. 

(b) The following positions shall be exempt from the coverage of this act: 

(1) Positions in an agency that is the subject of a court order specifically excluding the 
positions from furlough actions; and 

(2) Certain essential or emergency positions, as determined by the Mayor by executive 
order, within the Metropolitan Police Department and the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department. 

Sec. 4. Transfer of funds. 

All furlough cost savings associated with special purpose revenue or dedicated taxes shall 
be transferred to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of 
Columbia. 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 6. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: March 15, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: May 21, 2011. 



PROCESSING SALES TAX CLARIFICATION TEMPORARY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-2 

Act 19-35 

An Act to amend, on a temporary basis, the Processing Sales Tax Clarification Act of 2010 to 
provide that the act shall apply when its fiscal effect is included in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Processing Sales Tax Clarification. Temporary Amendment Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 3 of the Processing Sales Tax Clarification Act of 2010, signed by the 
Mayor on December 28, 2010 (D.C. Act 18-645; 58 DCR 3), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 3. Applicability. 

"This act shall apply as of January 1,-2010; provided, that its fiscal effect is included in an 
approved budget and financial plan.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

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Law 19-2, § 4 19th Gour^l^eritia 

Sec.4. Effective date. •■ ■ ; 7 ;-w ■:;' '' ■■■.'■ ■; ; -'<,) 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the. 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. dfficial Code § ; l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. j v . ; 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 

APPROVED: March 15, 2011. ' '■'.; '"'■'. r ■!/ . 

EFFECTIVE: May 21, 2011. ' "' " ' '■ ."'', , ■ ' '. ',,'■ t V, ;) .,', ') ^ 



ONE CITY SERVICE AND RESPONSE TRAINING ; V 

TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 ; 

■ ■ ■"■■'■'■ lfl " : . ; Act 19-36 : ' :!i - r " : -" :i ''■'■'■■.'■ ' J ; "■■■■■'■■■■ ■:v ;j ;:- 

An Act to require, on a temporary basis, the Mayor to issue a plan on the inclusion of Advisory 
Neighborhood Commissioners in emergency training services to assist in the mitigation of, 
preparedness for, response to, and recovery from major disasters and other emergency situa- 
tions, in concert with District, federal, and private sector emergency operations plans. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, T^at this 
act may be cited as the "One City Service and Response Training Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. A plan to train Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners. > - -i 

(a) Within 90 days of the effective date of the One City Service and Response Training 
Emergency Act of 2011, effective February 15, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-16; 58 DCR __), the 
Mayor shall submit a plan to the Council on instituting a program to train Advisory 
Neighborhood Commissioners in responding to emergency situations to assist the efforts of 
the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency and other applicable emergency 
response agencies. 

(b) In addition to other emergency situation 'training, the plan shall include training to 
properly respond to snow emergencies and down, or damaged, power lines. 

Sec. 3, Fiscal impact statement. „ . 

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; The' Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director 'as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule' Act!, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ,; .,...;... , , - p ,, 

- 1 Sec. 4. Effective date. ■ ■ : !j '"■ ^^: : i 11 ;:^ ->■;;:-.; ; 



(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (of in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)J, and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register; 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days "of its having taken effect. 

: APPROVED: March 15, 2011. ■■['/' • '*' ' ' j V ; 

EFFECTIVE: May21,2011, ,< ;; .= , " ■ I'.'t, ; 



2011 Legislation Law 19-5 

HOWARD THEATRE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT GREAT 

STREETS INITIATIVE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING 

TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-4 

Act 19-37 

An Act to amend, on a temporary basis, the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets 
Initiative Tax Increment Financing Act of 2010 to authorize the inclusion of real property 
possessory interest tax in the tax increment to be used to support the bonds to be issued to 
finance the Howard Theatre redevelopment project. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initiative Tax 
Increment Financing Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 2(2) of the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initia- 
tive Tax Increment Financing Act of 2010, effective December 7, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-275; 57 
DCR 9873), is amended to read as follows: 

"(2) "Available Real Property Tax Increment Revenues" means, for any fiscal year of the 
District, with respect to the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project TIF Area, the 
revenues resulting in that fiscal year from the imposition of the tax under Chapter 8 of 
Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code and the tax under section 47-1005.01 of 
the District of Columbia Official Code, including any penalties and interest charges, 
exclusive of the special tax provided for in section 481 of the Home Rule Act, pledged to the 
payment of general obligation indebtedness of the District, minus those same revenues 
generated in the Real Property Tax Base Year; provided, that such revenues are not 
otherwise exclusively committed to another purpose.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973' (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: March 15, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: May 21, 2011. 



FISCAL YEAR 2011 OFFICE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 

FACILITIES MODERNIZATION FUNDING 

REVISED TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-5 

Act 19-38 

An Act to authorize, oh a temporary basis, funding for the Office of Public Education Facilities 
Modernization to initiate certain Fiscal Year 2011 High School Modernizations; to conduct the 
Fiscal Year 2011 Phase I Elementary and Middle School Modernizations; to fund fiscal year 



Law 19-t5 19th CtfuhtfbPeri^a 

2010 shortfalls for certain projects in Wards 7 and 8; to fund collaborative planning coordinat- 
ed by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education; to fund the reconstruction of fire- 
damaged Takoma Elementary School; and to fund planning for the modernization of Ballou 
High School in accordance with the provisions of section 4132(a) and pursuant to the Master 
Facilities Plan adopted by section 4111 of the Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Support Act of 2010. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2011,Qffiee of Public Education Facilities Modernization 
Funding Revised Temporary Act of 2011"." ; 

Sec. 2. (a) Notwithstanding language^ 
Support Act of 2010, effective September 24, 2010 (D.C: La^;18-223;"5f Dp 62l^^hich, 
except for projects underway, restricts the use of Fiscal; Tear for pr.o|ects 

identified as Modernizations Underway (YY130CX' High \ School Modernizations (YYi31C), 
Elementary/Middle School Modernizations (YY132G), and Selective Additions and : New 
Construction (YY133C) until the Council approves a Capital Improvement Plan for the Office 
of' Public Education Facilities Modernization ("OPEFM"), the Council authorizes: ,,. ,\ 

. (1) An amount of $0.00 for Modernizations Underway (YY130C); , f , 

' (2) An amount of $153,633,000 for High School Modernizations (YY131C), including the 
following projects: , , ■ ) f j 

(A) HJD. Woodson High School, at $37,111,000; 

. (B) Anacostia High School, at $22,432,0,00; . r ■ <a ■ 

' (C) Wilson High School, at $75,198,000; ■ -■/* 

(D) Dunbar High School, at $9,000,000; r : ' l?: J 

1 [■■ (E) Cardozo High School, at $3,000,000; and ,-. ,/ ^1 

(F) High School Capital Labor in the amount of $6,892,000; '■- :-q 

' " (3) An amount of $72,081,000 for ; Elementary/Middle School Modernizations (TY132C), 

including the following projects: r - (; ' V:iH, ° 

(A) Hart Middle School, at $10,400,000; - • 

^■■ v ' (B) Green Elementary School, at $800#00r - • ^ 

(C) Maury Elementary School, at $3,500 ? Q0(i; 

(D) Seaton Elementary School, at $4,300,000; 

(E) Turner Elementary School, at $16,000,000; 

(F) Janney Elementary School, at $17,240,000; ■ !, 1^/ 
., (G) Langley Elementary School, at $6,600,000; 

•' - (H) Moten Elementary School, at $3,000,000; 
(I) Logan Elementary School, at $1,140^000; 
(J) Jefferson Middle School, at $1,350,000; and 
(K) Additional Work at 2010 Phase I Schools to make up for a fiscal year 2C)id mndmg 
\ shortfall of $2,870,000 at the following Ward 7 and Ward 8 schools: ■ / yvvy- 

(i) Thomas Elementary School, at $270,000; 
(ii) Martin Luther King Elementary School, at $750,000; 
(iii) Johnson Middle School, at $1,850,000; and ;>.;, <■>, '.•;; 

(iv) Elementary/Middle School Capital Labor in the amount of $4,227,000; 

(4) An amount of $1,500,000 to support collaborative master planning and public and 
charter school planning as envisioned in District of Columbia law by the Deputy Mayor for 
Education to include partnerships for planning with District of Columbia Public Schools, 
District of Columbia Public Charter School Board, Office of Planning, and Office of Public 
Education Facilities Modernization. This amount of funding shall also provide for the 
development of a middle school arts initiative and program, and for planning. for, the 
accommodation of Bruce Monroe at Parkview; ■'■■'} 

, : (5) An amount of $0>00 for Selective Additions and New Construction (YY133C);.; , and 

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Law 19-5, § 5 



(6) : An amount of $35,130,000 for Stabilization (YY230C), including $1,673,000 for Stabili- 
zation Capital Labor. 

Sec. 3. Reprogramming of capital budget for Takoma Elementary School. 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $14,385,237. for 
the reconstruction of Takoma Elementary School from the following sources of available 
balances of allotment, including any such fiscal year 2011 excess budget from project KE0 
SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Fund, necessary to fulfill this 
budget reprogramming: 



Agency 


Agency 


Budget 






Code 


Name 


Code 


Project Name 

RELOCATE DPW PARKING 

ENFORCEMENT TO FORMER 


Takoma ES 


AM0 


DRES 


AA902C 


MEYER ES 


$ 5,000,000.00 


FA0 


MPD 


PD822C 


SHOTSPOTTER GUN DETECTION 


2,500,000.00 


FB0 


FEMS 


206SEC 


FIRE APPARATUS 


505,075.00 


GA0 


DCPS 


NB237C 


BELL-LINCOLN MODERNIZATION 


75,919.68 


HA0 


DPR 


RN001C 


NEW RECREATION FACILITIES 
COMMUNITY CLINIC 


7,463.68 


HT0 


DHCF 


HC501C 


CONSTRUCTION 


19,369.33 


HT0 


DHCF 


HC503C 


NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 


715,945.00 


HT0 


DHCF 


HY501C 


DC General Hospital 


161,136.00 


HT0 


DHCF 


RA240C 


Medicaid Data Warehouse 


766,944.48 


GM0 


OPEFM 


BF201C 


IT SYSTEMS 


29,535.35 


GA0 


OPEFM 


SG101C 


ROOF REPLACEMENTS 


303,754.41 


GM0 


OPEFM 


SG305C 


MODERNIZATION 


1,617.69 


GA0 


DCPS 


SG306C 


INTERIOR FINISH PROGRAM 


195,851.46 


GA0 


DCPS 


SG407C 


RANDLE HIGHLANDS ES 
LECKIE ES-LIFE SAFETY CODE 


248,318.66 


GM0 


OPEFM 


NI610C 


COMPLIANCE 


91,050.00 


GM0 


OPEFM 


NJ237C 


MACFARLAND MS 
PUBLIC ED FACILITY 


290,719.86 


GMO 


OPEFM 


OFM08C 


MODERNIZATION 


679,199.00 


GMO 


OPEFM 


N0337C 


SOUSA ES— MODERNIZATION 
SELECTIVE ADDITIONS/NEW 


662.20 


GMO 


OPEFM 


YY133C 


CONSTRUCTION 


750,000.00 


EAO 


DDOT 


AF044A 


FY 2005 ASSET PRESERVATION 


1,329,804.82 


EAO 


DDOT 


02220A 


CENTER LEG FREEWAY 
WMATA FUND FY 2011 EXCESS 


476,896.00 


KEO 


WMATA 


SA311C 


BUDGET 


235,974.38 


TOTAL 








$ 14,385,237.00 



Sec. 4. Reprogramming of capital budget for Janney Elementary School. 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $4.1 million for 
an underground parking garage at Janney Elementary School in Ward 3 from the following 
sources of available balances of allotment, including any such fiscal year 2011 excess budget 
from project KEO SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Fund, necessary 
to fulfill this budget reprogramming: 



Agency 


Agency 


Budget 




Janney ES 


Code 


Name 


Code 


Project Name 


Garage 


GMO 


OPEFM 


GI541C 


DC SCHOOLS KITCHEN PROJECT 
PUBLIC ED FACILITY 


$ 3,598,000 


GMO 


OPEFM 


OFM08C 


MODERNIZATION 


$ 502,000 


TOTAL 








$ 4,100,000 



Sec. 5. Reprogramming of capital budget for Ballou High School. 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $2.5 million for 
planning the modernization of Ballou High School in Ward 8 from the following sources of 
available balances of allotment, including any such fiscal year 2011 excess budget from project 

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KEO SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Fund,, necessary to fulfill this 
budget reprogramming: ; Jnn;to£ 



Agency 


Agency 


Budget 




Ballon H&,/ _ r 


Code 


Name 


Code 


Project Name ; 


Planning "* ; ' 


AMO 


DRES 


JB237C 


MODERNIZATION/RENOVATIONS 
FLORIDA AVENUE COMMUNITY 


■*..■:■ $ 644,077.44? 


AMO 


DRES 


TI901C 


ACTION FACILITY 
DIGITIZATION OF THE OFFICE 


500,000.00- 


CRO 


DCRA 


CO340C 


SURVEY 


2,53^.00 


FBO 


FEMS 


LA722C 


E-7 FLEET 


1,000.00 


FBO 


FEMS 


LE838C 


BURNBLDG 


26,8213.97 


HAO 


DPR 


QI437C 


SITE IMPROVEMENT 


9,6l6:60 


HAO 


DPR 


RE004C 


BANNEKER FACILITY EXPANSION 


6,237.00 


GMO 


OPEFM 


NZ837C 


FACILITY UPGRADE (MERRITT) , 


427,330.00 


GMO 


OPEFM 


SG305C 


MODERNIZATION 

WMATA FUND FY 2011 EXCESS 


' "■';,'■'■■■ 130,74^7 


KEO 


WMATA 


SA311C 


budget ■;;:.' 


v y -"'■ isifi$M 


TOTAL 






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\ ,: \ $2,5QO,oqb ? qO 



i Sec. 6.. Fiscal impact statement. > ' ■ "V ' . v ■: ' n(, ul i ,. • v; ; ' 

1 The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the 5 Chief Financial Officer, as the fecal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Colurnbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^6, 02(c)(3)), . . . ;.'■ \ 

Sec. 7. Effective date. ' '^-\. ■■">. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. ■ v '.■/■.■; . ? 'V;> 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. , , ; , ; .. f 
APPROVED: March 15, 2011. \ , c ; . m , o^ 
EFFECTIVE: May 21, 2011. ' ' ' , . "., , : , , .7, t ()m) 



REINSTATED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE 
REVIEW TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 



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Law 19-6 



Act 19-39 



Ah Act to require, oh a temporary basis, the Mayor to review the status of separated District* 
employees who have successfully challenged their separations, and were granted the ability to' 
return to service by a statutorily recognized entity, and to submit a plan to the Council on the 
actions the District will take regarding those employees. , - , j; / ,,-, ■ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Reinstated Government Employee Review Temporary Act of 2011". 

-See.2, ' Report on reinstatement of separated employees. < -'Vf : 

(a) Within 120 days of the effective date of the Reinstated Government Employee Review 
Emergency Act of 2011, passed on emergency basis on February 15, 201 1 (Enrolled version of 
Bill 19-112), the Mayor shall review the status of all separated District employees, since 
January 3, 2007, who have in their favor a current employee appeal decision for reinstatement: 
to service by a statutorily recognized entity, including the Public Employee Relations Board,: 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-7, § 2(b) 

the Office of Employee Appeals, the Office of Administrative Hearings, and the courts of the 
District of Columbia. 

(b) After the review in subsection (a) of this section is completed, the Mayor shall have 45 
days to issue a report to the Council on the status of each decision for reinstatement to 
service described in subsection (a) of this section, and the District's plan for each employee 
who is to be reinstated. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: March 15, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: May 21, 2011'. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS 
PRIMARY DATE ALTERATION AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-7 

Act 19-53 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955 to alter the date of District of 
Columbia primary and presidential preference primary elections. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics Primary Date 
Alteration Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12, 1955 (69 
Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 1-1001.01), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 5(b)(1) (D.C. Official Code § l-1001.05(b)(l)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"shall, on the 2nd Tuesday in February of each presidential election year," and inserting the 
phrase "shall, on the 1st Tuesday in April of each presidential election year," in its place. 

(b) Section 10(a) (D.C. Official Code § l-1001.10(a)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "election year or the 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in 
September" and insert the phrase "election year or the 1st Tuesday in April" in its place; 
and 

(B) Strike the phrase "The primary under section 5(b) shall be held on the 2nd 
Tuesday in February of each presidential election year." and insert the phrase "The 
primary under section 5(b) shall be held on the 1st Tuesday in April of each presidential 
election year." in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (3)(A) is amended by striking the phrase "shall be held on the 1st Tuesday 
after the 2nd Monday in September" and inserting the phrase "shall be held on the 1st 
Tuesday in April" in its place. 

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Law l9-7j § 2(b) 19th, Council Berittfl 

(3) Paragraph (3)(B) is amended by striking the phrase "shall be held tin the 1st Tuesday! 
after the 2nd Monday in September" and inserting the phrase "shall be held on the 1st. 
Tuesday in April" in its place, .*..,■ > 

(4) Paragraph (3)(C) is amended by striking the phrase "shall be held on the: 1st Tuesday 
after the 2nd Monday in September", and inserting; the, phrase "shall be held ori the 1st; 
Tuesday in April" in its place. '.:•■* ^i ^d-ir 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement ' .'<\:r-»-\ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal '^impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the: District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved: 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; , D.C. Official Code §a~206.02 (c)(3)). \ :> ^ ■ : : ^ j - -^0 

Sec. 4. Effective date. • • •> - 7 < ' ■ ^ ' ; ^ 

■ > This act shall take effect following approval by the-Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by Council to override the veto), a 30-day -period of Congressional review a£ 
provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 
24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(eXl)), and pubhcation in the: District of 
Columbia Register. :t .•-;• ii : ^ i • • ;v? -'•■'" •■'- : -' 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. d ' ' ; '■■• ■' : - '-"■ ■■■':= -' -- ^>"^' '•' *' ■ ■■' ■ ' ' ) ^ d 

EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. A?M\/' r /■/•,'> ;v-/ s A 



THIRD & H STREETS, N.E. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL 
CLARIFICATION TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 I 

Law 19-8 

Actl9-54 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 47-4634 of the District of Columbia Official Code 
( to clarify that the Third & H Streets, N.E. development project tax exemption includes leasing 

and to make a technical change. .; . , -.><,.., '■i-ysc-'um •■•^■ , ' t , -^luO 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Tha^this 
act may be cited as the "Third ( ;& H Streets, N.E. Economic. D 
Clarification Temporary Act of 2011".' "' .'■•/'. - \ r >^\p 

Sec. 2. Section 47-4634(b) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as, follows: 

(a) Strike the phrase "including the financing, refinancing, or reimbursing" and insert } the 
phrase "including the leasing, financing, refinancing, or reimbursing" in its place. 
■(b) Strike the phrase "§ 42-1102" and insert'^he nhrase'"§ 42-1103" in its place; , : ," < ; W ,^ 

■ Sec. 3, Fiscal impact statement. ■■■.'■■. y "■..-■ :}'>< ■../■ • ■■■■■■ •>' ^t.^<i 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement) of the. Budget Director as the fiscal; impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District! of Columbia Home Rule Act, ,appr v oved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813;, D.C. Official Code § i:-206;02(c)(3)). ' '' ,/ : ^\\ KU 

; Sec.4. Effective date. ; ;: " ;; ; / / ,' : ' /"[; ":;;;' '""^wy 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veio^y the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia J Home Rule Actj Approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206i)2(e)(l)), and pubh'c^idh^n the 
District of Columbia Register. v ";' , : ,v" r - ;; - ; -' : .: i: '- 5 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. " ■>*-...,.>> 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011, / v , A | \ / ; , 

EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. . ,•:.:' ' 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-10, § 3 

REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION ESTABLISHMENT 
TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-9 

Act 19-55 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establish- 
ment Act of 2010 to provide a delayed applicability date for the act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Temporary 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2010, signed by 
the Mayor on January 28, 2011 (D.C. Act 18-714; 58 DCR 963), is amended by adding a new 
section 3a to read as follows: 

"Sec. 3a. Applicability. 

"Sections 2 and 3 shall apply as of October 1, 2011.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: April 27, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. 



CLEAN AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY FISCAL YEAR 2011 FUND 
BALANCE TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-10 

Act 19-56 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 to authorize 
continuing expenditures for the Renewable Energy Incentive Program in fiscal year 2011 from 
existing fund balances in the Sustainable Energy Trust Fund. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year 2011 Fund Balance 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 210(c)(7) of the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008, effective October 
22, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-250; D.C. Official Code § 8-1774.10(c)(7)), is amended by striking the 
phrase "$1,106 million" and inserting the phrase "$1,806 million" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Section 6073 of the Clean and Affordable Energy Amendment Act of 2010, 
effective September 24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; 57 DCR 6242), is amended by striking the 
phrase "October 1, 2011" and inserting the phrase "October 1, 2010" in its place. 

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Law 19-10, § 4 19thnCbuh<%I?eri6d 

Sec;4. Fiscal impact statement. v; ": H'V^'v , .>-■.£!£[ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § !-206.02(c)(l)), and publication' iil the 
District of Columbia Register. , ■ r , . . 

K (b) t This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. : ; . .,, ; ,, v . ,■ 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. 
./EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. , ■-•''' .'■.■: * "J 



NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION BOARD CHAIRPERSON 
DESIGNATION TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 \ 

: - J / : 0'' t - ' i . - r ,*. J,' 1 ^" Vf :; ^ : ^ a v.i^ii. v /' !,;".;\.^.. ..V^---.^ '^-. ' ". ■/'",-. . V --.-' v - 

■'''■"' "' ' : ' " i/v ' M '''- : 'Act 19U57 ,r "' M -' : "' •' J ' ;, ■ V, *" ■■;"' "' \ ; • ' " :;: 

■■ : ■' ;:; • •'■ - ; ■ 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Not-fprrProfit Hospital Corporation Establishment 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2010 to authorize the Mayor to designate the chairperson of the 
Board of Directors of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this" 
act may be cited as the "Nqt-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Board Chairperson Designation 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 104(f) of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Tempo- 
rary Amendment Act of 2010, effective October 26, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-254; 57 DCR 8069), is 
amended to read as follows: 

"(f) The Mayor shall designate a chairperson from among the members who shall serve in 
that capacity at the pleasure of the Mayor.". 

Sec, 3. Fiscal impact statement. v 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

■,Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional 'review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved: 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)) J and publication in ,th# 
District of Columbia Register. _ . ,. ( ^ ^ ; ; -r ^ 

'(b)- This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. ^-"J ' " ;., v '.: ';.,' '.■"' '''--.;/ '■; ' 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. - ■ ./ : ; " : .'' U ' "" H .. 

EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. :■ <■ - -t ■■-.; / .v;.- . .'s. ; : '-■ > ^ '•/ . : y, ' -'-q 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-12, § 2(b) 

ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. SENIOR RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT 
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CLARIFICATION TEMPORARY 

ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-12 

Act 19-58 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to clarify that portions of Lots 0038, 0923, and 0924, Square 5730 were consolidated into 
Lot 0218, Square 5730 and that Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., will 
convey the real property located at Lot 0218, Square 5730 to Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, 
L.P., and to exempt Lot 0218 from taxation so long as the property is used for affordable 
housing purposes. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Allen Chapel AM.E. Senior Residential Rental Project Property Tax 
Exemption Clarification Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) The table of contents for section 47-4641 is amended to read as follows: 

"§ 47-4641. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project; Lots 0024, 0025, 
0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0218, 0923, 0924 and 0925, Square 5730.". 

(b) Section 47-4641 is amended to read as follows: 

"§ 47-4641. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project; Lots 0024, 0025, 
0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0218, 0923, 0924, and 0925, Square 5730. 
"(a) For purposes of this section, the term: 

"(1) "Affordable rental housing project" means a housing development in which units are 
primarily rented to households with incomes that are not more than 60% of area median 
income (adjusted for household size), as such amount of area median income is determined 
by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, including any 
tenant services or other improvements and facilities related thereto or that is otherwise in 
compliance under applicable use restrictions during a federal low-income housing tax credit 
compliance period or in connection with any other federal program governing income and 
use restrictions at the property. 

"(2) "Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project" means the acquisition, con- 
struction, rehabilitation, equipping, including the financing, refinancing, or reimbursing of 
costs incurred therefore, of an affordable rental housing project, including any tenant 
services and any other improvements and facilities related thereto, located on the real 
property at Lot 0218, Square 5730. 

"(3) "Alabama Avenue Apartments Property" means the real property, including any 
improvements thereon, located at Lot 0218, Square 5730 which were consolidated from 
portions of Lots 0038, 0923, and 0924, Square 5730. 

"(4) "Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P." means the entity established by Allen 
Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., for the purposes of developing the 
Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project. The entity, is comprised of Vision of 
Victory CDC, a subsidiary of Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., which 
holds a 51% interest in the entity, and NHP Foundation, a nonprofit affordable housing 
developer/owner, which owns a 49% interest in the entity. 

"(b) The real property described as lots 0024, 0025, 0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0923, 0924, and 
0925, Square 5730, owned by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., or by an 
entity controlled, directly or indirectly, by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 
Inc., shall be exempt from the tax imposed by Chapter 8 of this title so long as the real 
property is owned by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., or by an entity 
controlled, directly or indirectly, by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., 

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Law 19-12, § 2(b) 19th Council -iBertdd 

and not used for commercial purposes, subject to. the provisions of §§ 47— 1005> 47-lOOT^and 
47-1009. ; :■ <f * 

"(c) The Alabama Avenue Apartments Property, which will be transferred fron\ Allen 
Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., to Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P., 
shall be exempt from the tax imposed by Chapter 8 of this title so long as the real property is 
used as an affordable rental housing project and is not used for commercial purposes, subject 
to the provisions of §§ 47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009. 

"(d) The exemptions and abatements provided in subsection (c) of this section shall run 
with Lot 0218, Square 5730 and shall apply to any subsequent owner or assignee or successor 
in interest of Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project, provided the, Alabama 
Avenue Apartments Property is used as an affordable rental housing project and is not used 
for commercial purposes.". ■ ; - : ;"? 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. : ','! ;; ... :/-, f V"- l 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act; approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813 j, B.C. Official Code § l-206402(c)(3)), .., ..- -/,-; ± t ., ■:.- ,, :.*... ^ 

Sec. 4. Effective date. - ; - '■■■■ il ■' -- > ' .'W?**\ ■■<<' - : '^■'■' :: i' - 

-■' (a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (of in ithe event: ;6f'VetQ by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1), of the District of Columbia .Hprne, Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813;^ D.C. Official Code § 1^06.Q2(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. * ■ t .j 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. , ;: ...^ 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. , . > ■. ,;-; 

EFFECTIVE: June 16, 2011. ■■ .'.^ ■.■.■- . .. ' ,^ .,r^U 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF ANACOSTIA AVENUE, NJELi h 

ABUTTING PARCEL 170/14 & O. 11-3689, ACT OF 2011 v ! 

Act 19-59 : " ' ' -" : ' : / ■;"';j ;,sr 

AN ACT to order the legal closing of a portion of Anacostia Avenue, N.E., abutting Parcel 170/14 
S.O. 11-3689 to facilitate the development of ;.-,a new phild development center in Ward?. 

■ ..' , ';■"■■;',' fKi.^ ■ '■■■' : >" j; ; ! \ ' ;; : ''■-'' '■■/ '':'■ ! ''<'''- ■ ;: '-'/:i-7--':>;. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA;, That this 
■act. may be cited as the "Closing of a Portion ,- ( ofnAnacostia Avenue, N.E., abutting (Parcel 

170/14 S. O. 11-3689, Act of 2011", ^} j 0l * : ■ .', , , „- ,- >■ ,-:<■ ,vs M 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-M; fi.C. ; Official Code § 9-202.01), tjie 
Council finds that the portion of Anacostia Avenue, N.E.'/ abutting Parcel 170/14 is unneces- 
sary for street purposes and orders it closed, with title to the land to vest to the abutting 
Parcel 170/14 S. O. 11-3689, which is owned by . ttie^tTniled States Government with 
administrative jurisdiction held by the District of Columbia.. , ! . ^ 

.Sec. 3. Transmittal. ,'■':■ \. ... ■-,;.{■ ■/■)- 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to the' 
Surveyor of the District of Columbia and to the Director of the Department of Consumer arid 

Regulatory Affairs. ■ , ' ■ 'I .' .' ^ ,' 

, Sec. 4. Fiscal, impact statement. ' ■-,■ ■...■ r . ■.*..;.■■<..; ; . , ^/; ; j^;:,^. ;.■;;*■:: 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-14, § 5 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule .Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: May 3, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: June 29, 2011. 



HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND DEDICATED 

TAX APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZATION 

TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-14 

Act 19-79 

AN ACT to authorize, on a temporary basis, an increase in the amount appropriated as dedicated 
tax funds for fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations 
Authorization Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the Council authorizes an increase in 
the amount of $16,160,000 in dedicated tax appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 11, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code § 42-2801) ("Act"), managed by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development, based upon a certified increase in 
dedicated tax revenues, to be allocated as designated in the Act. 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer has certified that collections of dedicated tax revenue 
are sufficient to implement the provisions of this act 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: June 23, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. 

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Law 19-15 19th Cburieil Period: 

HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND POLLIN MEMORIAL 
COMMUNITY DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS ; 

AUTHORIZATION TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

; . ; '■'''"'' •.'.'.'/' ■ '. '.' Law 19-15 : : ^\ 

" : Actl9-S0 \ , / 

AN ACT to authorize, on a temporary basis, an increase in the amount appropriated as dedicated 
tax funds for fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. , ,, 

BE Yt ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT 0^ COLUMBIA/ That this 
act may be cited as the "Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community 
Dedicated Tax Appropriations Authorization Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47^-369.02), the Council authorizes an increase up 
to the amount of $8,000,000 in dedicated tax appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 16, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code § 42^-2802), managed by the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, for the construction of the Pollin Memorial 
Community. 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer has certified that collections of dedicated tax revenue 
are sufficient to implement the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. - 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. v ■■■> ■' :i 

,,, (a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional reyfew 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved^ 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and" publication in ttie 
District of Columbia Register. . . : ,. ; ",. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days, of its having taken effect. ■ , , , ; . v ; 

APPROVED: June 23, 2011. a: ; , ,^ ; > i< ; - >,>,]) 

^EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. ..-.;■ ' • : -n;-. ■' ! - i" ■.;[' ^. : ;:iOl \ V '" ^ r'Y .< !l v. : ; 



UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION EXTENDED H 

BENEFITS CONTINUATION TEMPORARY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

( . , ft , . ( . ; , ( !; . . Law 19-16 .'., t , r ( i;i . :: .,> r ( , ai 

■ ; :';;",■;'",; , . ., ■ Act 19-^1 .". :i .' ! . ^l^J-l^!^^, 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation 
Act to continue to qualify the District for federal funding of extended unemployment compeiv 
sation benefits. * 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF, COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Unemployment Compensation Extended Benefits Continuation 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". V; ;r' ' 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-16, § 4 

Sec. 2. Section 7(g)(1) of the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act, 
approved August 28, 1935 (49 Stat. 949; D.C. Official Code § 51-107(g)(l)), is amended by 
adding new subparagraphs (M) and (N) to read as follows: 

"(M)(i) For weeks of unemployment compensation commencing on or after March 6, 
2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there is a state" "on" indicator if: 

"(I) The average rate of insured unemployment pursuant to subparagraph (D) of 
this paragraph for the period consisting of such week and the immediately preceding 
12 weeks equals or exceeds 5%; and 

"(II) The average rate of insured unemployment pursuant to subparagraph (D) of 
this paragraph consisting of such week and the immediately preceding 12 weeks 
equals or exceeds 120% of the average of such rates for the corresponding 13-week 
period ending in each of the preceding 3 calendar years. 

"(ii) There is a state "off* indicator for a week based on the rate of insured 
unemployment only if for the period consisting of such week and the preceding 12 
weeks the calculation set forth in sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph does not 
result in an "on" indicator. 

"(N)(i) For weeks of unemployment compensation commencing on or after March 6, 
2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there is a state "on" indicator if: 

"(I) The average rate of total unemployment (seasonally adjusted), as determined 
by the United States Secretary of Labor, for the period consisting of the most recent 
3 months for which data for all states are published before the close of such weeks 
equals or exceeds 6.5%; and 

"(II) The average rate of total unemployment in the District (seasonally adjusted), 
as determined by the United States Secretary of Labor, for the 3-month period 
referred to in sub-sub-subparagraph (I) of this sub-subparagraph, equals or exceeds 
110% of such average for any or all of the corresponding 3-month periods ending in 
the 3 preceding calendar years. 

"(ii) There is a "high unemployment period" pursuant to subparagraph L(i) of this 
paragraph if sub-subparagraph (i)(I) of this subparagraph were applied by substituting 
8% for 6.5%. 

"(iii) There is a state "off' indicator for a week based on the rate of total 
unemployment only if for the period consisting of the most recent 3 months for which 
the data for all states are published before the close of such week, only if the 
calculation set forth in sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph does not result in an 
"on" indicator.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4 Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: June 23, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. 

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Law 19-17 19th^€6irivcil^er^: 

BREWERY MANUFACTURER'S TASTING PERMIT - ^ 
TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 - ; ^ 

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Act 19^82 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 25-118 of the District of Columbia Official Code to 
permit a licensee under a manufacturer's license, class B, to conduct tastings of alcoholic 
beverages at the licensed premises. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 

act may be cited as the "Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Temporary Amendment Act 
of 2011". ' * ■ i '"' ti ' 

; Sec. 2. Section 25-118 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "retailer's license, ' ( class A and JB> or an 
applicant" and inserting the phrase "manufacturer's license, class JBj \ ,^.tailer*s." Bceiisei, class A 
and B; or an applicant" in its place. ' "'""'■ ' 

< (b) A hew subsection (e) is added to rgad as follows* ^ ^; : o,:u ':.o .;. > ;■ .,- : ■.;; ■ Ar 

"(e) The holder of a manufacture may'utilizea /portion of 1 ffie licensed 

premises for the sampling of alcoholic tbeyerages between; the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., 
Thursday through Saturday". . ,. ■■>■■[<■ r-;\ ;-,. '■ i,) '■<><■", v.>.t- :■) ■■■■,; .,-....■ 

Sec; 3. Fiscal impact statement " -' ( . ■ '>■ • '■'.■■ : - ■' 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Eule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). v , 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. ^ , , :- ; 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. . ,.. ;j 
APPROVED: June 23, 2011. . 

EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. 



DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCES 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT OF 2011 

'■■ :- f -■:"' ■ ■ . ; . Law 19-18 "= . ■ ■■.:■■ '■■■■■: ^-/v ' \>\* r.\, : . 

Act 19-89 .'':^ ; '7if\:^,'! .!• :v.rt ■ 

AN ACT to establish a Department of Forensic Sciences, its powers and duties, to specify the 
qualifications, term, and duties of the Director, to require testing and certification of the 
accuracy of equipment used to test the alcohol content of breathy to transfer the functions;; 
authority, personnel, and funds regarding forensic science services from the Metropolitan 
Police Department to the Department of Forensic Sciences, to provide a procedure for the 
reporting and investigation of professional negligence, misconduct, or misidentificatioh or 
other testing error, to require accreditation* to establish a Science Advisory Board, and a 
Stakeholder Council, and to make various agency documents public documents. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Department of Forensic Sciences Establishment Act "of 12011". 

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Sec. 2. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "Board" means the Science Advisory Board established by section 12. 

(2) "Department" means the Department of Forensic Sciences established by section 3. 

(3) "Director" means the Director of the Department of Forensic Sciences. 

(4) "Forensic science services" means forensic science research, analysis, and related 
services, including the examination of evidence, the interpretation of results, and the 
provision of expert testimony, such as for the purposes of a criminal investigation or civil 
action. 

(5) "MPD" means the Metropolitan Police Department. 

Sec. 3. Establishment of the Department of Forensic Sciences. 

(a) There is established as a subordinate agency in the executive branch of the government 
of the District of Columbia, the Department of Forensic Sciences. 

(b) The mission of the Department shall be to provide high-quality, timely, accurate, and 
reliable forensic science services with: 

(1) The use of best practices and best available technology; 

(2) A focus on unbiased science and transparency; and 

(3) The goal of enhancing public safety. 

Sec. 4. Director; appointment, qualifications, compensation, term. 

(a) The Department shall be headed by a Director who shall be appointed by the Mayor, 
with the advice and consent of the Council, pursuant to section 2(a) of the Confirmation Act of 
1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(a)). 

(b) The Director shall be knowledgeable about forensic science services and experienced in 
the rigors of scientific analysis. The Director shall have: 

(1) Graduated from an accredited college or university with a masters or doctoral degree 
in an applicable area of science; 

(2) Demonstrated training and experience in scientific research and methodology; 

(3) Demonstrated management and administrative skills; 

(4) Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of forensic sciences; 

(5) A minimum of 6 years experience in scientific research, forensic sciences, or a 
combination thereof; and 

(6) A minimum of 4 years experience in directing or supervising both scientific and 
administrative staff in a forensic science, medical, or research setting. 

(c) The Mayor shall fix the compensation of the Director pursuant to title X-A of the 
District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978, effective 
March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-610.51 et seq.\ 

(d) The Director shall be appointed for a 4-year term. 

(e) If a vacancy in the position of the Director occurs as a consequence of any reason, the 
Mayor shall appoint a successor for a new term, in the same manner provided by this act. 

Sec, 5. Duties of the Director, 

(a) The Director shall: 

(1) Be responsible for the management and operation of the Department; 

(2) Ensure that accreditation is obtained in compliance with section 7(d); 

(3) Ensure that accreditation is maintained in compliance with section 7(d); 

(4) Report to the Board any allegation of professional negligence, misconduct, or 
misidentrfication or other testing error that occurs in the provision of forensic science 
services within the Department; 

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(5) Prepare an annual report on the activities of the Department, which shall ^'be 
submitted to the Mayor and the Council and made available to the public in February -of 
each year; ; 

(6) Be responsible for the preparation of minutes of meetings of the, Board; and 

, ' (7) Perform such other acts as may be appropriate to accomplish the declared mission of 
the Department. :< - w r 

1 ($0 The Director shall ensure thai the Department promulgates t^ 
standard operating procedures, including: ■ ^ ' ; ; ] ■ - ^ ; - ■ 

(t) Protocols for forensic testing, exai^atibri^ and ,r 

(2) Procedures for handling case-specific information to minimize bias; 

(3) Standards for the maintenance and calibration of all laboratory equipment and 
materials, including standards for maintaining logs documenting the maintenance and 

, calibration performed; ■' . 

(4) Procedures for estimations of uncertainty; 

- ^ (5) Procedures for monitoring the quality of forensic analysis;' - 

(6) Procedures for regular internal and external audits; * * 

(7) A system through which reports of allegations of negligence; misconduct, or misiden- 
tification or other testing error are processed; 

(8) Proficiency testing protocols; > ;;^ 

(9) Internal validation studies; , , r , r , > 

(10) Standards for reporting results, including model laboratory reports and guidelines 

' for the presentation of results m court; and .: . 

(11) Qualification standards for analyst positions within the Department - ... .-,,'il 
, (c)(1) All documents promulgated pursuant to subsection (b) of this section, shall be: .. " , \ , 

(A) Provided by the Director td the ; Board prior to adoption; and ; ;> l :- ^U 

; n (B) Made available by the Director to the Board when requested for periodic review. 

(2) The Director shall consider the recommendations of the Board.' ' To- the extend tffat 
the Director rejects the recommendations of the Board, the Director shall * .explain his or 

her reasons to the Board. ,,* ^ v.- ; , .^' ■ r-^ ..(t - ;- 

(d) The Director may receive, administer, and expend all funds, Including public^ and 
private grants, and other funding assistance available to perform Ms or her ; duties and to 
accomplish the agency mission. ' '■ ■ ' ■:■ '/•' 

Sec. 6. Personnel. '' , 

(a)(1) In addition to a Director^ the Department shall have a Deputy Director, and other 
professional and support personnel as necessary and appropriate to carry out the agency's 
mission. ; ' ^ r ! - 

(2) The Deputy Director shall have a masters or doctoral degree in an applicable area 6f 
science or forensic analysis and a mimmurri of 2 years experience in forensic sciences. 

Sec. 7. Powers and duties of the Department. 

ta) The Department shall provide forensic science services for the District of Columbia, 

which may include: " ' ■'' - -- ! ( :: 

(1) Forensic alcohol; ;-. ,". : :;.■•?.. ■:..;>■■>-■■. 

(2) Computer forensics; :' ' -, ^ ^v ■ =■■;> 

(3) Analysis of controlled substances;;, ■.;.-' \ '\-a ,, , „ 

(4) DNA/biological material analysis; <-,■•/*'■. ■'.;) 

(5) Fingerprint comparison; ; . : , , ..*,.:-, r ■■ . .. . ; r : 
..,,, (6) Firearms and tool mark examination; 

v> (7) Forensic photography; , - ' : V. •.,...; , ; : ; 

(8) Analysis of questioned documents; - . ■.;/■■■■ , , /; ,,-■ ,- - . v,r v ■.: 

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(9) Trace evidence analysis; and 

(10) Emerging fields in forensic science. 

(b) The Department shall provide these forensic science services upon request to: 

(1) District agencies, including: 

(A) The MPD; 

(B) The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; 

(C) The Office of the Attorney General; 

(D) The Department of Health; and 

(E) The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department; and 

(2) To the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia. 

(c) The Department also may provide forensic science services to other law enforcement or 
investigative agencies. 

(d)(1) The Department shall be accredited by an appropriate, bona fide national accrediting 
organization. 

(2) Department accreditation shall be obtained before January 1, 2014. 

(3) Any forensic unit not included in the Department's accreditation, and any forensic 
unit subsequently added to the Department, shall be accredited as soon as possible. 

(e) The Department shall provide for the security and protection of evidence and samples 
in its custody. 

(f) The Department shall provide training regarding the collection and preservation of 
forensic evidence to: 

(1) Law enforcement agencies; 

(2) Hospitals; and 

, (3) Other entities or individuals that collect evidence for testing or examination by the 
Department. 

(g) The Department shall, to the extent feasible, complete cases submitted by MPD in the 
priority order requested by the Chief of Police. 

(h)(1) The Department shall make available all records pertaining to the analysis conducted 
in a particular case to the agency that requested the analysis. 

(2) If the records pertain to a criminal prosecution, the Department shall provide the 
prosecutor with 2 identical sets of records, one for the government and one for the defense. 

(3) For the purposes of this subsection, the term "records" shall include: 

(A) Lab notes and bench notes; 

(B) Worksheets, graphs, and charts; 

(C) Photographs; 

(D) Raw data; 

(E) Reports; 

(F) Statistical information used to calculate probabilities or uncertainty; 

(G) Any logs related to the equipment or materials used in testing; 

(H) Any written communications or records of oral communications regarding a 
specific individual case between the Department and any other agency or between the 
Department and any person not employed by the Department, except as otherwise 
prohibited by law; and 

(I) Proficiency test results for individual examiners involved in the analysis. 

(i) The following documents shall be public documents: 

(1) All accreditation documents; 

(2) All of the documents listed in section 5(b); 

(3) Any investigative report prepared pursuant to section 11(c); 

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(4) Minutes of meetings of the Board; and '..■■* v. ■■■■'' .. ■ ■■■■ix' v ■"!) 

(5) Any other documents as required by law to be public. '-"■., - ; ' f T; 
Sec. 8. Testing of breath alcohol equipment. '^ ! 

(a) The Department shall test and certify, at least once every 3 months or as recommended 
by the manufacturer, whichever is more frequent, the accuracy of all equipment used, by any 
District law enforcement personnel to test the alcohol content of breath. 

(b) Only equipment certified by the Department to be accurate shall be used by a District 
law enforcement agency to test the alcohol content of breath. p; ' 

(c) The Director may delegate by memorandum of agreement to the Office of the Chief 
Medical Examiner the responsibility for testing breath alcohol equipment and s'ome or all of 
the responsibility for providing forensic science services pertaining to forensic alcohol. 

,-"Sec/9 : ; Transfer of personnel, records, functions* and authority. M r :- ; '■:' > v : ■ 

(a) The Mayor shall provide for the orderly transfer to the Department all of the authority, 
responsibilities, duties', assets, and functions of MPD ;pertainihg to forensic ■science services, 
including: . v/ ,■.;■• v 

(I) Forensic alcohol; ,' x^-^ x xv : ■'■■*<) ■> " xx : ? , ■ ■ ■■t.xx <x : i 
: ; (2) Corriputer forerisics'; • ^ ; ^u > : xi" : -;"i<; ■■,, ,; : • '-x-- ,; :, v ' ^ / i\r- 

(3) Analysis of controlled substances; ' u,< ' l ' " ■" ii - ■■• - .v-<- ..:.>. 

' : (i) DNA/biological material analysis; 1 '' ' '"' :r; : ' / ' ',' ... 

(5) Fingerprint comparison; , ... ; J ; 

(6) Firearms and tool mark examination; r „, , ; , )( vj 

(7) Forensic photography; ' ,.;■■, 

(8) Analysis of questioned documents; i - 
f.-x (9) Trace evidence analysis; ■'■.-■..'.,-..;', ': -; ■ ■;•■;■ 

(10) Personnel and authority for vacant and filled positions; .:•■■„»:•■'; 

(II) Property; .■ ;■ < - - v :■;) 

(12) Records; and ! ! ' ; >( ' v "^ "• "' '/ {q 

(13) All unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds available' -or. 
to be made available to the MPD for the purposes of forensic science services. •"■' ' i j> fn 

(b) The transfer set forth in subsection (a) of this section shall occur no .later than October 

1,2012. . •' ' ' — ^"^ ■> : -;"'i 

'■■;'■■■' \ « ' ' ' ' ' u 'r )* "ift'^l v t '^ 

Sec. 10. Reexamination by independent experts. 

The facilities, equipment, or supplies of the Department shall not be used by' an' iMepen- 
dent expert employed by the accused or his or her attorney for any reexamination of 
materials previously examined by the Department. ( ^ * 

Sec. 11., Allegations of negligence, misconduct, or misidentification or other testing error. 

(a) Any allegation of professional negligence, misconduct, or misidentification or other 
testing error that occurs in the provision of forensic science services at the Department shall 

be: _ . . : "■■,■>,-, ,'■■■,.. ",■■■■■ '■',..;;■■■;:■ :■:- 

(1) Reported immediately to the Board; and si , ; ..«..;. >;, " ',.■■. ■■ n 

.; : (2) Investigated promptly by the Director, in accordance with the Department's quality 
assurance program and the requirements of the, Department's accreditation. ■>■ , ■ ..;,; «y. 1 ■ 

^ (b)(1) An allegation that the Director determines is credible and substantial and that 'mav 
substantially affect the. integrity of the results of forensic analysis conducted. r by the 
Department shall be investigated by an evaluator, external to tlxe Department, who, shall be 
selected by the Director and the investigation shall be initiated within 30 business days after 
the Director becomes aware of the allegation. i; '■'' ; '' ; 

(2) An investigation pursuant to this subsection shall be in addition to the feqtiirernents 
of subsection (a) of this section. ' ■...<:■...■■ ,., -■■■-; ... . - '- ■ v: - : .' u;\ 

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(c) An investigation pursuant to subsection (a) or (b) of this section shall culminate in the 
preparation of a written report that shall identify and describe: 

(1) The alleged negligence, misconduct, or misidentification or other testing error; 

(2) Whether the negligence, misconduct, or misidentification or other testing error 
occurred; and 

(3) All corrective actions required of the Department. 

(d) All investigative reports prepared in accordance with this section shall be submitted 
promptly to the Board. 

Sec. 12. Science Advisory Board. 

(a) There is established a Science Advisory Board, which shall consist of 9 voting members 
to be appointed pursuant to section 2(f) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 
1979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(f)), as follows: 

(1) Five scientists with experience in scientific research and methodology, who have 
published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including: 

(A) One statistician; and 

(B) One with expertise in quality assurance; and 

(2) Four forensic scientists not currently employed by the ^ Department or by a law 
enforcement laboratory or agency that provides forensic science services to the District. 

(b) The Director and Deputy Director shall be ex officio, non-voting members of the Board. 

(c)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, each voting member shall be 
appointed for a 3-year term. Whenever a vacancy occurs in an unexpired term, the Mayor 
shall appoint a replacement to fill that unexpired term in the same manner as the original 
appointment. 

(2) The initial term of each member shall be staggered so that 3 members are appointed 
for one year, 3 members are appointed for 2 years, and 3 members are appointed for 3 
years. The members to serve the one-year term, 2-year term, and 3-year term shall be 
determined by the Mayor at the time of nomination. 

(3) The initial terms shall begin on the date a majority of the voting members have been 
sworn in, which shall become the anniversary date for all subsequent appointments. 

(d) The Board shall elect a chairperson from among its voting members. 

(e) The presence of a majority of the voting members holding office shall constitute a 
quorum. 

(f) The Board shall hold no fewer than 4 regular meetings per year. The chairperson of 
the Board shall fix the time and place of each meeting. Additional meetings may be called 
either by the chairperson or upon the written request of the Director or of: any 3 members of 
the Board. 

(g) Minutes shall be prepared for each meeting. A transcript or detailed summary shall 
meet this requirement. 

Sec. 13. Functions of the Board. 

The Board shall: 

(1) Review all reports of allegations of professional negligence, misconduct, or misidenti- 
fication or other testing error that occurred in the provision of forensic science services at 
the Department; 

(2) Periodically review the program standards and protocols related to Department 
operations; 

(3) At least once every 3 years, conduct a review of relevant scientific literature to 
determine whether modification of any of the manuals and procedures referenced in section 
5(b) is desirable; 

(4) Review and make recommendations as necessary to the Director concerning: 

(A) The quality and timeliness of the forensic science services at the Department; 

(B) New scientific programs, protocols, methods of testing, and forensic technologies; 

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(G) Plans !br: ;■ ■ ■ ■ "■■ ■'■' ■■.'-. .■■: i. ; -T,-.i- .. v- ■•;■■.■:,,., , T '- y, . (i> v 

(i) The implementation of new programs; "' "■ ' !; - :,: '" :;; "■ ; ' :il:; ^^ ) ' ii i 

. (ii) Sustaining existing programs; ■""' " : '"" '-■"■* --'V 

(iii) Improving programs, where pbssible; arid '■'■"' : '. *' y ■'-■ 

(iv) The elimination of programs no longer needed; r , . s * 'I " 

(D) Qualification standards for analyst positions within the Department; and ... ] 

(E) Any other matters related to the scientific operation of the Department; and / 
(5) Advise the Director or the Mayor and Council, when it considers appropriate, on 

matters relating to the Department or forensic science. 

. Sec. 14. Stakeholder Council ., i: -, ,, ..,.' : -, '. .,' 

(a) There is established a Stakeholder Council, which shall consist ;of the following 
members: . . ; , >( -, y .v- 

(1) The Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice; : >^ ! ; >■■'> - v >■> -:i 

(2) The Chief of MPD; ■;■,;.* ^yH-r^v:,, , 

(3) The Chief Medical Examiner;: :■■>■•,-■;■- ,■- .•■<<'. ^^ V] : ,..* -=-.^v,-. ■,.;... i 

(4) The Attorney General; ; : ,v/: ■; : ^ vj ,'■.■;■■'■;,;> :- iv;,^.- ,;/-'; i^ i s e \ 

(5) The United States Attorney for 1 the ^ DisMct of Columbia; - - u ^ r •'■' : : ; : -f-- :iJ 
. ■' " (6) The Director of the Public Defender Service fbr^ the' district of Columbia'; - ? :>! V 

(7) The Federal Public Defender for the Distnct of Columbia; i v ' ; , V:t '* 

(8) The Director of the Department of Health; ' . \ ' ; ! 

(9) The Chief of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department; ..■•>, , , 
. (10) The Director of the Department; and - , ,• .,-,■■, 

(11) The head of any other government agency that regularly utilizes the forensic science 
; services of the Department. i / r ,, 

(b) The chairperson of the Judiciary Committee of the Council of the District of 'Columbia 
shall be an ex officio, non-voting member of the Stakeholder Council. 

(c) The members listed in subsection (a) of this section shall not be represented by a 
designee. ■-,) 

, (d) The chairperson of the Stakeholder Council shall be the Deputy Mayor for Public 
Safety and Justice. In his or her absence, the Attorney General shall be the chairperson, 
(e) The Stakeholder Council shall meet ho fewer than 2 times per year. The chairperson 
shall fix the time and place of the meetings. ' „ i si I \ 

1 Sec. 15. Functions of the Stakeholder Cduricil. - ; i ■"?■"■' • -^^ : ^'i f ' 

The Stakeholder Council shall: . ^; u!I ' uh 

(1) Identify issues or concerns regarding: ' ■:• ■< ,] ;^ ■ ■ ; ._ "^ ^ l J y^ ^'.^ 

(A) The Department's delivery of forensic science .services . : to agencies, mdudingjihe 
timeliness of service; and ' ! '" " !: ,v; ' ,l ' ' ' 

(B) The general effectiveness of the Department in the furtherance of its ' agency 
; mission; and ' ' '■ " '' ■ : " :h ' ;: ;' i;,;;!,;,:i ' n(;n: ■ ■■'■ '■■■ -'■> ; _* ; 

(2) Advise the Mayor and the Council, as it considers necessary j on mattes relating to 
the Department or forensic science. 

Sec. 16. Rules. " . = ^ ,. ■;. > —'-' ■ *'' :: ; ;,;J. V.;^ (] • 

(a) The Mayor, pursuant to Title I of the District of Columbia Adininistrative Procedure 

Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code §2-501 d seq^ mayassue 

rules to implement the provisions of this act. 

.(b) The proposed rules shall be submitted to the Council for a 45-day period of review, 
excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council recess. If the Council does 
not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, by resolution, within the 45-^day review ; period, 
the proposed rules shall be deemed approved. 

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Sec. 17. Continuity; regulations and rules. 

Regulations and rules of any agency, department, administration, board, or commission, the 
functions of which are transferred by this act to the Department, and any Mayor's order or 
administrative order not in conflict with this act and relating to a function transferred by this 
act, shall continue in force until such time as the Mayor issues new rules, regulations, or 
orders governing the subject. 

Sec. 18. Conforming amendment. 

Section 2(f) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. 
Official Code § l-523.01(f)), is amended by adding a new paragraph (48) to read as follows: 

"(48) The Science Advisory Board to the Department of Forensic Sciences, established by 
section 12 of the Department of Forensic Sciences Establishment Act of 2011, passed on 2nd 
reading on June 7, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-5).". 

Sec. 19. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 20. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206. 02(c)(1)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: June 24, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. 



CLOSING OF WATER STREET, S.W., S.O. 10-15906, ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-19 

Act 19-90 

AN ACT to order the closing of Water Street, S.W., and limited portions of 7th Street, S.W., 9th 
Street, S.W., M Place, S.W., and N Street, S.W., for the redevelopment of the Southwest 
Waterfront in Ward 6, to provide for timing for said closure, and to provide for continued 
access to ongoing operations during the redevelopment of the Southwest Waterfront. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of Water Street, S.W., S.O. 10-15906, Act of 2011." 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.01) ("Act"), 
the Council of the District of Columbia finds that Water Street, S.W., and limited portions of 
7th Street, S.W., 9th Street, S.W., M Place, S.W., and N Street, S.W., as shown on the 
Surveyor's plat filed under S.O. 10-15906 ("Street Closing Plat"), are unnecessary for street 
purposes and orders them closed, with title to the land to vest as shown on the Street Closing 
Plat. This closure is required for the redevelopment of the Southwest Waterfront, pursuant 
to the Amended and Restated Land Disposition Agreement between Hoffman-Struever 
Waterfront L.L.C. and the District of Columbia dated May 13, 2009, as amended by that 
certain First Amendment to Amended and Restated Land Disposition Agreement dated June 
11, 2010 and as may hereafter be further amended ("LDA"). The. Council has approved the 
disposition of the project site in accordance with the terms of the LDA pursuant to the 
Southwest Waterfront Disposition Third Revised Emergency Approval Resolution of 2008, 
effective December 16, 2008 (Res. 17-955; 56 DCR 744). The disposition of the project site is 

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effectuated by the recordation of the Development Site Ground Lease as defined in the LDA 
.("Ground Lease") in the Land Records for the District of Columbia ("Land Records"). 
Sec. 3. Pursuant to section 209 of the Act, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, 
the Mayor shall record the Street Closing Plat in the records of the Office of the Surveyor for 
the District of Columbia ("Surveyor Records"), officially closing Water Street^ SiW,' and 
limited portions of 7th Street, S.W., 9th Street, S.W., M Place, SW,, and N Street; S.W:N?on 
receipt of a certified copy of the recorded Ground Lease in the Land Records being 4;eH^e^ed 
to the Surveyor. , . ,; ,,.,, ..■ .. 

, • Sec. 4, Upon recordation of the Street Closing Plat in the Surveyor's Repordsv^rea^nailple 
access shall be provided to the following properties under; the, stated conditions^. 4 _ rP . , .,. ^ 

■ { t (1) Police and Fire. Harbor Patrol Office and related facilities located on^ier <5$ as V rlong 
as such office and facilities are in operation at that location. ; ^■■■■■r ) \ ;<-,*; ;•;■ < ; r.i,7;o -.aUK-vn 

(2) Washington Boat Lines and Spirit facilities, located on . Lots 820, 842, and 8,44; in 
. Square 473 and on Pier 4, as long as those facilities are leased to Washington Boat Lines, 
; Inc., or to Spirit Cruises, L.L.C. or its successor, through the District of ddiunibia as 
" successor to the Southwest Waterfront Development Corporation. , '"'.'.'■, ^ j '' 

(3) The Maine Lobsterman Park, located on Lot 819 in Square 473, until such time as 
jurisdiction of said land is transferred from the National Park Service to the District of 
Columbia. ■""' 

(4) St, Augustine's Episcopal 'Church, located on Lots 83 and 8l4 in Square 473 1 ■ ;; ,' s 

; Sec. 5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Mayor may temporarily close 
Water Street, S.W., between 7th Street, S.W., and 9th Street, S.W., for special events prior, to' 
the recordation of the Street Closing Plat in the Surveyor's Records, without the requirement 
for public space permits or payment of rental, fees, or deposits. ... ■ j r. 

Sec. 6, Transmittal. h "■'""' ' ! 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, each 
to the Office of the Surveyor and the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. 

Sec. 7, Fiscal impact statement. ^ ,,vv^ , . . ■ ■',.-,""■■', v ' ' : ; ■";'■■'. <"■)>■."[ '^ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 8. Effective date, ?'■■:■..: ■ >. ; 

' This act shall take effect following approval by the.Maypr (or in the event of veto by tlxe 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto)'^ a 30-day period of Congressional, review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District ^'pf^ 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813, D.C> K OffidaL<g>^ 
District of Columbia Register. 

'..i. APPROVED: June 28, 2011. ' - ; '. ^ ,^ 7 )V r ".^Y) HHT YH (T>H V '>A. /;;:■[ 'H WH 

' ^EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. - : : ' w; Vl ri V^'^- )U i} '^ '■"' ^'^ ''■*- : '■?.■'*" hi > 



CLOSING OF PUBLIC STREET ADJACENT ? 

TO SQUARE 4376 ACT OF 2011 .^''-^v^i 

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. Law 19-20 ■ r -,r >■■' --■■■■■:!,. ..:::-;t .fol'I 

-, V :".;'"'. ' ; / i'' , ■ ■ Act 19-91" " ';■ ',-'k ; : V;t .tV'^ V/^'V-^W 

AN ACT to order the closing of a portion of 30th Place, N.E., adjacent to Square 4376, bouhdeii jfey 
30th Street, N.E., in Ward 5. ' f ! r r 

::.:•■■.■ ■■.■:■ ., ■. ■ ) ■ ■ . _ : '., ■■.■."■ >■■ i-'d) ■ 

>■■: BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA>That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of Public Street adjacent to Square 4376 Act of 2011"i 

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Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.01), the 
Council finds that the portion of 30th Place, N.E., adjacent to Square 4376, as shown on the 
Surveyor's plat filed under S.O, # 09-9855, is unnecessary for street purposes and orders it 
closed, with title to the land to vest as shown on the Surveyor's plat. The approval of the 
Council of this street closing is contingent upon the applicant recording a covenant in the 
Office of the Eecorder of Deeds that incorporates the conditions set forth in the official 
Surveyor's plat filed under S.O. # 09-9855. 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to the 
Office of the Surveyor and to the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Eule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: June 28, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: August 17, 2011. 



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EMERGENCY ACTS 



ALTERNATIVE EQUITY PAYMENT ALLOCATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-1 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Small, Local, and 
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Development and Assistance Act of 2005 to direct fees paid 
by developers in lieu of meeting the 20% equity participation requirement for development 
projects to be deposited into the Small Business Micro Loan Fund. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Alternative Equity Payment Allocation Congressional Review 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Small, Local, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Development and 
Assistance Act of 2005, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; D.C. Official Code 
§ 2-218.01 et seq.) } is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 2349a(a-l) (D.C. Official Code § 2-218.49a(a-l)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "in lieu of the unmet equity 
participation requirement." and inserting the phrase "in lieu of the unmet equity partic- 
ipation requirement. Any fee collected in accordance with this provision shall be deposited 
into the Small Business Micro Loan Fund established by section 2375(b)." in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (4) is amended by adding a new subparagraph (C) to read as follows: 

"(C) The prescribed uses of the Small Business Micro Loan Fund established by this 
paragraph shall be in addition to the uses of the Small Business Micro Loan Fund 
established by section 2375(b).". 

(3) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase "Office of the Deputy Mayor for 
Planning and Economic Development" and inserting the phrase "Department of Small and 
Local Business Development" in its place. 

(b) Section 2375 (D.C. Official Code § 2-218.75) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the word "solely". 

(2) Subsection (c)(2) is amended by striking the phrase "shall be collected by the 
Department and deposited into the Fund." and inserting phrase "and any fees collected 
pursuant to section 2349a(a-l) shall be collected by the Department and deposited into the 
Fund." in its place. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of January 18, 2011. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D'.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 2, 2011. , 



RANDALL SCHOOL DISPOSITION RESTATEMENT CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ^ 

Act 19-2 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Mayor to issue an 
amended declaration of covenants for the property designated for taxation and assessment 
purposes as Lot 801, Square 0643-S, that was previously conveyed to the Corcoran Gallery of 
Art; and to authorize the Mayor to grant the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and its successor^; and 
assigns, certain access easements over former Half Street, S.W., currently known for purposes 
of taxation and assessment as a portion of Lot 0813, Square 0644. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Randall School Disposition Restatement Congressional Review 
Emergency Act of 2011". ^ i .-=...; 

■ Sec. 2. (a) Notwithstanding the requirements and the conditions established in the 
Randall School Sale Approval Resolution of 2004, effective December 21, 2004 (Res. 15-&18; 
52 DCR 250), the Council authorizes the Mayor to amend the declaration of covenants 
recorded as Instrument No. 2006160472, against Lot 0801^ Square 0643-S ("Property"); 
provided, that the amendment contains the following terms and conditions: : , 

(1) The Property shall be developed into a mixed-use development that will include 
either a nonprofit art museum occupying no less than'25,000 square feet or a nonprofit.art 

.gallery occupying, no less than 25,000 square feet, or both, and that may also include 
residential, hotel, art uses, retail,, commercial, and other ancillary uses; -.,.,, 

(2) The developer of the Property ("Developer") shall enter into an agreement with the 
Department of Small and Local Business Development to comply with the requirements of 

* the Small, Local, and Disadvantaged 'Business Enterprise Development and Assistance Act 
of 2005, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16^33; D.C. Official Code § 2-218.01 ei $eq.); 

(3) The Developer shall enter ihtaa 'First Source Agreement with the District^ of 
Columbia establishing that the piu-chaser'^r any developer of the property mu^tcbmply 
with the First Source Employment Agreement' Act *of 1984, effective June 29, 1984 (DlC. 
Law 5-93; D.C. Official Code § 2-219.03^';anp5May,or!s .Order 83-265 (Noyeml?er^, J9S3), 
regarding job creation and employment generated. as ; a, result of construction .on the 
property; '' ,Ji ' lM,J ' '•^ ;L ' li ' ; ' ■^■x.uu-.x w; 

(4) Twenty percent of all residential units developed' dti the Property' sKaH 'be feold or 
rented exclusively to households with incomes less than* or equal to,' 80^ 1( o f f ffife area 

■■'median income; " ■ " ' ;li:; A ~^ : ■" '^/"j f ™;™,J 

(5) The first phase of development on the Property shall include 125,000 square feet of 
development; of the 125,000 square feet developed on the property^ either^ & rionprofitrart 
museum occupying no less than 25,000 square feet or a nonprofit art gallery pccupymgpno 
less than 25,000 square feet, or both, shall be included; 

(6) If the Developer disposes of all or any part of the Property prior to commencement 
; of construction on the first phase of the development of the Property, the District shall be 
; Entitled to receive 40% of the profit realized from the disposition; and J ; 

(7) The District shall have the right to reacquire the Property with any improvements if 
the Developer does not commence construction on the first phase of the development of the 

..Property by January 1,2018. 

1 (b) Notwithstanding the requirements arid conditions established in the Randall School 
Sale Approval Resolution of 2004, effective December 21, 2004 (Res. 15-818; 52 DCR 250!)j 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-3, § 2 

the Council authorizes the Mayor to convey certain access easements over former Half Street, 
S.W., currently known for purposes of taxation and assessment as a portion of Lot 813, 
Square 0644, to the Trustees of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, its successors, and assigns, to 
enable the development of Lot 0801, Square 0643-S. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. • * 

This act shall apply as of January 3, 2011. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l~206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 2, 2011. 



BALANCED BUDGET HOLIDAY FURLOUGH EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-3 

AN ACT to require, on an emergency basis, that each subordinate and independent agency and 
instrumentality of the District of Columbia government furlough employees on 4 designated 
legal public holidays during fiscal year 2011, and to authorize the Mayor to provide for 
alternate furlough days for certain employees to ensure that public health and safety functions 
are carried out 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Furloughing of employees. 

(a)(1) Notwithstanding any other District law or regulation, and except as provided in 
subsection (b) of this section and section 3, the personnel authority of each subordinate and 
independent agency and instrumentality of the District of Columbia government shall 
furlough each of its full-time employees for 4 legal public holidays without pay during the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and each of its part-time employees with a scheduled 
tour of duty for the appropriate pro-rated amount of furlough hours for the 4 furlough days. 

(2) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the unpaid furlough days 
required by this act shall be scheduled on the following legal public holidays, as that term is 
described in section 1202 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit 
Personnel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code 
§ 1-612.02): 

(A) Washington's Birthday, Monday, February 21, 2011; 

(B) District of Columbia Emancipation Day, Friday, April 15, 2011; 

(C) Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2011; and 

(D) Independence Day, Monday, July 4, 2011. 

(b)(1) Each agency and instrumentality shall furlough each covered employee on the 
designated legal public holidays, unless doing so: 

(A) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its essential or 
emergency public health or public safety functions; 

(B) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its mission; 

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(C) Is not possible because the holiday is not part of an employee's pay period^ of ) > : y t \ i 

(D) Is not legally permissible. . '""■ - '^\\ 

(2) If a covered employee cannot be furloughed on any of the legal public holidays listed 
in subsection (a)(2) of this section due to any of the reasons listed in paragraph (1) of this 
subsection, as determined by the Mayor, the employing agency or instrumentality, in 
consultation with the applicable personnel authority, shall schedule the furlough day on' an 
alternate date in the same pay period that does not impair the ability of the agency or 
instrumentality to fulfill its mission, as determined by the Mayor. The District of Columbia 
Public Schools shall riot furlough a classroom teacher on a date when there is "classroom 
instruction during an instructional period. 

(c) To the extent possible, employees who are newly hired after any of the 4 legal public 
holidays designated as furlough days shall be furloughed during the same pay period of the 
legal public holiday. 

(d) Unless a subordinate or independent agency or instrumentality has authority to adopt 
rules governing furloughs and has adopted such rules, each agency and instrumentality is 
subject to the furlough rules published at 6 DCMK B §§ 2438 through 2446; and 2499,, or 
emergency rules published by the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources to 
implement the provisions of this act. ; ^ l i 

(e) Notwithstanding any other District law or regulation, each employee shall be provided 
not less than 15 days written notice before the employee's first furlough date and the 
provision of 15 days written notice shall be sufficient notice to permit the furloughing of the 
Employee on that first furlough date. ' - ■' ■■■■■■ 

Sec. 3. Scope of coverage. 

(a) This act shall apply to all subordinate and independent agencies and instrumentalities, 
except the following agencies or instrumentalities: > ,: 

(1) Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation; 

.'.'.; (2) District of Columbia Housing Authority; ,,,',.'.. 

(3) District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency; ,; 

(4) Washington Convention and Sports Authority; and .-,,/•: 

• (5) District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority., •- 

(b) The following positions shall be exempt from the coverage of this act: ., t ^ 

(1) Positions in an agency that is the subject of a court order specifically excluding the 
positions from furlough actions; and , '.'.:>. ■...'•- 

(2) Certain essential or emergency positions, as determined by the Mayor by executive 
: order, within the Metropolitan Police, Department and the Fire and Emergency, an,ql 
Medical Services Department. ■ . ; ^v, ..-.. !; ', * ...: ■'.,.-,/,'.:<■■/;. [i^y^i 
Sec. 4. Transfer of funds. -:, > ; ; , - .:. '. .d. ■ w; /^<; V. -..nrr; 

All furlough cost savings associated with special purpose revenue or de dicatedtax^s- 'shall 
be transferred to the unrestricted fund balance of the 1 General Fund of the District 'of 
Columbia. ' ; ' -^nr;^,? 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. .', ■.{> .\ ,/ 

The Council adopts the fiscal 'impact statement of . the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3». '■ 

Sec. 6. Effective date. ' ; 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor ('or in the event of veta by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the Veto)) and shall remain in effect for hoiloriger 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, .1973 (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). : V/_ 

APPROVED; February 2, 2011. ;■ ; .^. -.;..' 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-4, § 2(b) 

PRE-K ACCELERATION AND CLARIFICATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2010 

Act 19-4 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Pre-k Enhancement 
and Expansion Amendment Act of 2008 to require that administrative and procedural rules for 
the pre-k program assistance grant program be submitted to the Council for review and 
approval, to establish a State Early Childhood Development Coordinating Council to improve 
coordination and collaboration among entities carrying out federally funded and District- 
funded pre-k and other early childhood programs, to require the University of the District of 
Columbia to establish and convene a collaborative of District of Columbia colleges and 
universities to assist in developing a higher education incentive grant program, to require the 
University of the District of Columbia to submit a pre-k workforce development plan to the 
Council, to establish a higher education incentive grant program and a scholarship program 
for the purpose of increasing the number of pre-k teachers and assistants who meet high- 
quality degree and credential requirements, to transfer the authority to establish a higher 
education incentive grant program and a scholarship program from the Office of the State 
Superintendent of Education to the University of the District of Columbia, and to establish the 
Higher Education Incentive Grant Fund; and to amend the District of Columbia Public 
Postsecondary Education Reorganization Act to add to the duties of the Trustees of the 
University of the District of Columbia the duty to serve as the coordinator of the state system 
for pre-k teacher preparation, professional development, and training and to convene the 
collaborative, develop the plan, and establish the programs required by this act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Pre-k Acceleration and Clarification Congressional Review Emergen- 
cy Amendment Act of 2010". 

Sec. 2. The Pre-k Enhancement and Expansion Amendment Act of 2008, effective July 18, 
2008 (D.C. Law 17-202; D.C. Official Code § 38-271.01 et seq.) 9 is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 101 (D.C. Official Code § 38-271.01) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended to read as follows: 

"(1) "Community-based organization" or "CBO" means a Head Start or early childhood 
education program operated by a nonprofit entity, faith-based organization, or other entity 
that participates in federally funded early childhood programs.". 

(2) New paragraphs (1A), (IB), and (1C) are added to read as follows: 

"(1A) "Coordinating Council" means the State Early Childhood Development Coordinat- 
ing Council establish pursuant to section 107. 

"(IB) . "DC Collaborative" means the collaborative of District of Columbia colleges and 
universities established pursuant to section 401(a)(3). 

"(1C) "Elementary and secondary education" means education from and including pre-k 
through the end of high school or their equivalent". 

(3) A new paragraph (2A) is added to read as follows: 

"(2A) "HEIG fund" means the Higher Education Incentive Grant Fund established by 
section 403.". 

(4) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the word "by" and inserting the phrase 
"pursuant to" in its place. 

(5) A new paragraph (3A) is added to read as follows: 

"(3A) "HEI scholarship program" means the scholarship program established pursuant 
to sections 401 and 402.". 

(b) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 38-271.02) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "oversee pre-k" and inserting the 
phrase "oversee CBO pre-k" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (2) is amended to read as follows: 

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"(2) In, regard to pre-k programs in public schools and public charter schools,, consult 
with local education agencies and the Public Charter School Board, established by section 
2214 of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, 1996 (110 
Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1802.14), to, ensure that the goals of this act are met;". 

(B) Paragraph (8) is amended to read as follows: 

: "(8) Develop and administer the technical assistance' program across all pre-keducati6n 

'services'.". -■■-;:-:■■.■ - ... ■ ■■;..;.. ..:.. , *-. ■. ' :-..■.:■■,..:-■: ;v . 

.(c) A new section 107 is added to read as follows: ,; ', ..v .''::■-'.■ .; 

' "Sec. 107. State Early Childhood Development Coordinating Council. '■;" ' ' \" 

; "(a) Within 45 days of the effective date of this act, the Mayor shall establish and convene a 
State Early Childhood Development Coordinating Council ("Coordinating Council") to: 

"(1) Improve collaboration and coordination among entities carrying out federally funded 
and District-funded pre-k and other early childhood programs to improve school readiness; 

"(2) Assist in the planning and development of a comprehensive early childhood edu- 
cation system that serves children ages birth to 8 years of age; and - ; - "' > ■> '^ 

"(3) Comply with the Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act, approved Decem- 
ber 12, 2007 (Pub. L. No. 110-134; 121 Stat. 1363). :; ' 'v 

"(b) The Coordinating Council shall: ■ ■'■■'■ '■ ■' ^ ? - ' ''■■-"•■ ; 

"(1) Identify opportunities for 'collaboration and coordination stmong early childhood 
education entities; 

"(2) Review the annua! pre-k report to the Council required by section 105 and submit 
any additional recommendations to improve the quality of and expand access to pre-k and 
other early childhood programs to the Council; : .'■ < l - 

;| "(3) Develop recommendations to: ; ' ' 

■■'•> "(A) Increase participation of children in existing pre-k and other early childhood 
programs; -O 

. "(B) Improve the quality of pre-k and other early childhood programs; , t < 
"(C) Support the implementation of .pre-k workforce development programs; and ' 
"(D) Imprtive state early-learning policies; and ' ■'.'■■ ' ' f .!' 1 

"(4) Perform other tasks as determined by the Mayor. 
"(c) The Coordinating Council membership shall consist of: , ^ 

"(1) The following members, or their designees: / .:; - 

;. v . , : "(A) The Mayor; , , , , ■.■■■■,»' 

"(B) The Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia; - v.: ?:r 
- ■■'■■ "(C) The State Superintendent of Education; j ■ : >, ■ : »;/' 

"(D) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Publid Schools; u : /" r .° : 

"(E) The Executive Director of the Public Chapter School & ' ' v u 

1 '' "(F) The Director of the Department of Health; ] " " ■'''''' "'"^v^^C, 
"(G) The Director of the Department of Mental Health; < ; ■ ., , 

"(H) The Director of the Department of Human Services; , v , ; ;{;■;;$: nun" 

"(I) The Director of the Child and Family Services Agency;; ....■', - -&, ,■;. { { : ; 

> ■■■■■-■■; "(J) The State Director for Head Start Collaboration; and \7r ; 

"(K) The Director of the entity designated as the state resource arid referral agency; 
and ■ //■ ■)( 

. ! "(2) The Mayor shall appoint at least one District resident from each of the following 
categories, to serve a term of 2 years: 

"(A) Families whose children are receiving or have received pre-k-education services; 

"(B) Head Start; .-,;:,■■. 

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"(C) Community-based organizations; 

"(D) Public schools; 

"(E) Public charter schools; 

"(F) Public charter school support organizations; 

"(G) Early childhood advocacy organizations; 

"(H) Business community; 

"(I) Philanthropic community; 

"(J) DC Collaborative; and 

"(K) Any additional category identified by the Coordinating Council as necessary or 
appropriate. 

"(d)(1) The Mayor shall appoint one person appointed pursuant to subsection (c)(2) of this 
section to be the chair, who shall convene the Coordinating Council no fewer than 4 times 
each year to gather public input on the Coordinating Council's recommendations. 

"(2) A quorum to transact business shall consist of 50% plus one of the members who are 
appointed and serving.". 

(d) Section 201(a) (D.C. Official Code § 38-272.01(a)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) The OSSE shall develop high-quality content standards and program requirements 
that pre-k programs that receive funds under this act are required to meet by September 1, 
2014.". 

(e) Section 203 (D.C. Official Code § 38-272.03) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) The OSSE shall establish and administer a grant program to assist existing and new 
pre-k programs in public schools, public charter schools, and CBOs in meeting the required 
HQ standards. Each grant shall be a 2-year grant". 

(2) A new subsection (c) is added to read as follows: 

. "(c) The Mayor, pursuant to Title I of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure 
Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.\ shall issue 
revised administrative and procedural rules for the grant program and HQ standards and 
submit the rules to the Council within 45 days of the effective date of this act. If the Council 
does not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, by resolution, within the 45-day review 
period, the proposed rules shall be deemed approved.". 

* (f) Section 401 (D.C. Official Code § 38-274.01) is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 401. HEI program; DC Collaborative; workforce development plan; HEI scholar- 
ship program; career and compensation plan; programmatic and financial report. 

"(a) The University of the District of Columbia: 

"(1) Shall establish a Higher Education Incentive grant program for the purpose of 
increasing the number of pre-k teachers and assistant pre-k teachers working in elementa- 
ry and secondary education in public schools, public charter schools, and CBOs who are 
meeting degree and credential requirements established by OSSE pursuant to section 201; 

"(2) As part of the HEI program: , 

"(A) May award institutional grants to District of Columbia colleges and universities to 
increase the number of teachers with advanced learning credentials; 

"(B) May establish an initiative to increase the number of professionals who care for 
infants and toddlers younger than pre-k age who meet degree and credential require- 
ments established by OSSE; and 

"(C) Shall administer any institutional grants awarded pursuant to this paragraph; 
and 

"(3) Shall establish and convene the DC Collaborative, a collaborative of District of 
Columbia colleges and universities, to assist in developing the HEI program. 

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"(b)(1) The University of the District of Columbia shall develop a pr£-k workforce 
development plan, which shall include: 

"(A) A clearly articulated vision statement of how the DC Collaborative intends to 
attract and retain a highly-qualified pre-k workforce; 

"(B) Stated goals and strategies based upon a needs assessment of the current pre-k 
workforce in public schools, public charter schools, and CBOs and a review of higher 
education institutional capacity; 

"(C) The scope and structure of the HEI program and the HEI scholarship program; 
and . . , v 

"(D) A timeline and benchmarks for the planning and implementation of the HEI 
program and the HEI scholarship program. ' : '". ' ' 

"(2) The University of the District of Columbia shall submit the pre-k workforce 
development plan to the Council for review by March' 15, 2010. 

"(c) As the convener of the DC Collaborative, the University of the District of Columbia 
shall facilitate the development and implementation of the HEI program, including the 
distribution of funds to higher education institutions according to tiieir 1 capacity or need, and 
the HEI scholarship program. ."./ 

"(d) The University of the District of Columbia shall submit to the OSSE, a proposed 
career and compensation plan under which a teacher in the CBO sector will be compensated 
once the teacher meets the degree and credentials requirements established by the OSSE 
pursuant to section 201. ,- 

"(e) The University of the District of Columbia shall submit an annual programmatic, and 
financial report to the Mayor and to the Council on the status of the DC Collaborative and the 
Higher Education Incentive grant and scholarship programs.". 

(g) A new section 401a is added to read as follows: '-' '° 

"Bee. 40la. Transfer of authority, assets, and funds. - 

"(a) The authority to establish the HEI program and the HEI scholarship program is 
transferred from the OSSE to the University of the District of Columbia. 

"(b) By March 1, 2010^ any real and personal property, positions; assets, and records 
relating to the HEI program or the HEI scholarship program, or to the planned establish- 
ment of the programs, shall become the property of the University of the - District; of 
Columbia, and any unexpended balances. of appropriations, allocations* or other ftin'ds 
available or to be made available to the OSSE for the HEI program or the HEI s 1 ch61al'shif) 
program, or the planned establishment bf the programs, shall be transferred to theHEIG 
fund.". " . ■, i\n, v .::■ . . :-;,,- r { . ;,,; :: -/.., i - a, 

• (h) Section 402(a) (D.C. Official Code §' 38-247.02(a)) is amended asfollows: ^ j ■ ; /} . -^ 

(1) .Strike the phrase "to pre-k teachers and assistant teachers". ;- ■*■;■/■ -v.- ■> ■.r^v :r ; ■ ■ -Ah 

(2) Strike the acronym "OSSE" both times it 1 appears i and insert the phraser; "the 
■ _ IJniversity of the District of Columbia" in its place. ;. ;■ i - 
* (i) A new section 403 is added to read as follows: ■;-, : /■. .uif 

"Sec 403. Higher Education Incentive Grant Fund, 

"(a)(1) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Higher Education Incentive Grant 
Fund, which shall be a separate program line within the University of the District of 
(Columbia budget. All funds deposited into the HE.IG fund shall not revert to the unrestrict- 
ed fund balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of a fiscal -year, or 
at any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses and purposes set .forth in 
subsection (b) of this section without regard to fiscal year limitation, subject to authorization 
by Congress. ...'.., 

■- "(2) The HEIG fund shall be funded through: >.. Y '•',;•'- ' 

"(A) Localfunds; ' 

,,./'(B) Federal funds; ; ■ - ■ 

"(C) Federal grant funds; and ■)■.-.. 

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"(D) Grants, gifts, or subsidies from public or private sources. 
"(b) The funds in the HEIG fund shall be used: - 
"(1) To fund the HEI program and the HEI scholarship program; 

"(2) For administrative costs and monitoring of the HEIG fund, not to exceed 10% of the 
fund balance per fiscal year; and 

"(3) To develop the pre-k workforce development plan in accordance with section 401.". 

Sec. 3. Conforming amendment. 

Section 206 of the District of Columbia Public Postsecondary Education Reorganization 
Act, approved October 26, 1974 (88 Stat. 1427; D.C. Official Code § 38-1202.06), is amended 
by adding a new paragraph (19) to read as follows: 

"(19)(A) Coordinate the state system, in accordance with federal requirements, for pre-k 
teacher preparation, professional development, and training; 

"(B) Establish a collaborative of District of Columbia colleges and universities to craft 
a higher education incentive grant program and a scholarship program and develop a 
pre-k workforce development plan, as required by section 401 of the Pre-k Enhancement 
and Expansion Amendment Act of 2008, effective July 18, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-202; D.C. 
Official Code § 38-274.01)(Pre-k act"); and 

"(C) Establish the higher education incentive grant program and the scholarship 
program for the purpose of increasing the number of highly qualified pre-k teachers and 
assistant teachers who are eligible to teach in a high-quality pre-k classroom as of 
September 1, 2014, as set forth in section 401 of the Pre-k act.". 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Pre-k 
Acceleration and Clarification Amendment Act of 2010, passed on 1st reading July 13, 2010 
(Engrossed version of Bill 18-605), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 
602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 
813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROPERTY ACQUISITION AND 
SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE REPROGRAMMING CON- 
GRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-5 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Mayor to enter into 
an agreement with Black Entertainment Television, LLC, to acquire the ground lease of 1894 
9th Street, N.E., to transfer Special Purpose Revenue O-type funds within the Office of Cable 
Television, and to reprogram operating budget authority to use the revenue to pay the 
assignment fee under the agreement. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Office of Cable Television Property Acquisition and Special Purpose 
Revenue Reprogramming Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding section 

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105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, effective March 8, 1991 
(D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a) and the procedures and requirements, of 
the Office of Property Management Establishment Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999 (D.C. 
Law 12-175; D.C. Official Code § 10-1001 et seq.), the Council authorizes the Mayor to enter 
into a contract with Black Entertainment Television, LLC, for the assignment and assump- 
tion of the existing ground lease for the property located at 1894 9th Street, N.E., known for 
tax and assessment purposes as Lot 808 in Square 3863 ("Property"), for an assignment fee 
not to exceed $2.45 million, exclusive of costs to perform due diligence on the , Property and 
closing costs and subject to such other terms and conditions the Department of Real Estate 
Services determines to be in the best interest of the District. v ; ^ ^ 

Sec. 3. The Mayor is authorized to transfer Special Purpose Revenue in the amount of 
$2.45 million from the Office of Cable Television ("CTO") to the General Capital Improve- 
ments Fund, through the Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund agency ("PA0"), and reprogram 
Special Purpose Revenue operating budget authority from the Office of the Chief Financial 
Officer, Fund Detail 0606 and 0611, in the amounts of $1,666,982 and $783,018, respectively, to 
PA0, Fund Detail 0654, to enable the amount of $2.45 million to he loaded in CTQ, capital 
project BP101C, for the purpose of paying the assignment fee authorized in section 2. 

Sec. 4. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of December 28, 2010. ^ ; ' 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer for the Office 
of Cable Television Property Acquisition and Special Purpose Revenue Reprogramming 
Temporary Act of 2010, signed by the Mayor on October 20, 2010 (D.C. Act 18-565; 57 DCR 
10071) as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02 

(C)(3)). , ,■;'., 

Sec. 6. Effective date. ^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1-204. 12(a)).',, 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. r / / ; 



CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-6 t .. ; ' , ,\, ,'.' : ,^ : ^;/-'*' Vi ' 

AN ACT to establish, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Capital Access Fund 
as a nonlapsing fund, to exempt the Capital Access Fund from certain depository requirements 
imposed by District law, to establish the Capital Access Program to encourage financial 
institutions to lend capital to small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofit organizations 
located in the District of Columbia by providing a source of reimbursement for losses on loans, 
to establish eligibility and contribution requirements for financial institutions, and to provide 
rulemaking authority. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Capital Access Program Congressional Review Emergency Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Definitions. ; * 

For the purposes of this act, the term: , ■ , . , ' 

(1) "Capital access loan" means a loan that is entitled to be secured by the Fund. ., ,< \ 

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(2) "Enrolled loan" means a capital access loan issued in accordance with: 

(A) The participation agreement; and 

(B) The program's objectives. 

(3) "Financial institution" includes a bank, trust company, banking association, savings 
and loan association, mortgage company, investment bank, credit union, or nontraditional 
financial institution. 

(4) "Fund" means the Capital Access Fund established by section 3. 

(5) "Loan" includes a line of credit. 

(6) "Medium-sized business" means a corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, or 
other legal entity that: 

(A) Is domiciled in the District of Columbia or has at least 51% of its employees 
located in the District of Columbia; 

(B) Is formed to make a profit; and 

(C) Employs at least 100, but fewer than 500, full-time employees. 

(7) "Nonprofit organization" means a corporation, association, or organization which is 
tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, approved August 
16, 1954 (68A Stat. 163; 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3)), that: 

(A) Is domiciled in the District of Columbia; or 

(B) Has at least 51% of its members located in the District of Columbia. 

(8) "Participating financial institution" means a financial institution participating in the 
program. 

(9) "Program" means the Capital Access Program. 

(10) "Reserve account" means an account established in a participating financial institu- 
tion on approval of the bank in which money is deposited to serve as a source' of additional 
revenue to reimburse the financial institution for losses on loans enrolled in the program. 

(11) "Small business" means a corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, or other 
legal entity that: 

(A) Is domiciled in this District of Columbia or has at least 51% of its employees 
located in the District of Columbia; 

(B) Is formed to make a profit; 

(C) Is independently owned and operated; and 

(D) Employs fewer than 100 full-time employees. 
Sec. 3. Establishment of the Capital Access Fund. 

(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund, the Capital Access Fund, which shall be used 
solely for the uses and purposes set forth in subsections (d) and (e) of this section. The Fund 
shall be funded by appropriations and from other amounts received by the District for the 
administration of the program. All funds collected from these sources shall be deposited into 
the Capital Access Fund. 

(b) All funds deposited into the Capital Access Fund, and any interest earned on those 
funds, shall not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of 
Columbia at the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, but shall be continually available for 
the uses and purposes set forth in subsections (d) and (e) of this section without regard to 
fiscal year limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. f 

(c) All funds deposited in the Capital Access Fund shall be exempt from the requirements 
imposed by subchapter III-A of Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code. The fund shall be administered as an agency fund under D.C. Official Code 
§ 47-373(2)(I). 

(d) The funds in the Fund shall be used solely to: 

(1) Administer the Capital Access Program, including uses and expenditures authorized 
pursuant to subsection (e) of this section; and 

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(2) Make deposits in the reserve account of a participating, financial institution as 
authorized by this act to be a source of money that the participating financial institution 
may receive as reimbursement for losses attributable to enrolled loans in the program. 

(e) The Mayor shall administer the fund and shall have the powers necessary to, carry out 
the purposes of this act, including the power to: . ' ' " ..... J'[ '.'.„, 

(1) Make, execute, and deliver contracts, conveyances, and other instruments iiecegsajy 
to the exercise of his or her powers; :ij , 

(2) Employ personnel and counsel; ....... ■ ■ 

(3) Except as otherwise provided by this act, impose and collect fees arid charges in 
° :j connection with any transaction and provide for reasonable penalties for ' ! delinquent 

payment of fees or charges; and .■■."■.■ •■■^u 

(4) Adopt rules relating to the use and administration of the fund pursuant to this act. 

(f) The District may accept gifts, grants, donations, and awards from any source, including 
the federal government, for the purposes of this act. , f J <*■■■; 

Sec. 4. Capital Access Program establishment. ' ; ; ?. ; . .■■..■•■./>.* : /■>-■ : " ■< - , ■ > : 

(a) there is established the Capital Access Program, to be admimstered fey the Mayor, to 
assist financial institutions in making loans to businesses and nonprofit organizations' that face 
barriers in accessing capital. •;■ ^ ; ; r •■ : ..."^i •■ 

(b) The Mayor shall determine the eligibility of a financial institution to participate in the 
program and, by rule, may : set a limit, on the number of financial institutions that may 
participate in the program. -.,.-.....,,.,.,... 

1 Sec. 5. Minimum eligibility requirements for participating financial institutions, capital 
access loans, and lines of credit. ,, ■ 

(a) To participate in the Capital Access Program, a financial institution shall, , at a 
minimum, enter into a participation 'Agreement with the Mayor that sets out the terms and 
conditions under which the financial institution will make contributions to the financial 
institution's reserve account and specffie's the criteria for a loan to qualify as a capital access 
loan. A participation agreement executed fey the Mayor pursuant to this act shall include 
provisions to implement the limitations set forth in section 8(a). w\k 

i (b) To qualify as a capital access loan, a loan shall, at a minimum: ■;■■": 

(1) Be made to a small business, medium-sized business, or to a nonprofit organization; 

(2) Be used by the business or nonprofit organization for any project, activity, or 
enterprise in this District of Columbia that fosters economic development; , . ; > 

(3) Not exceed $5 million; and i : ; * ; ,r%K ? f ) 

(4) Meet any other criteria provided by this act. ,- : _ ; v i7 r-^^hu-^ •J!. , >^H- 
■■-■, (c) To qualify for participation in the Capital Access Program, aline, of credit sjiallyx { -,.) 

( 1 ) B e an account at a financial institution under which .the financial institution ; agitee'sj to , 
lend money to : a person from time to time to finance onenor more, projects; activities^or 

^ enterprises that are authorized by this act; and ^ A M^r^Yn * wri '■> v .-■ ^^^hnm ' ^ 

(2) Contain the same restrictions, to the extent possible, that are' 1 placed' bri ; ^ capital' 
1 access loan that is not a line of credit. ; r,.\r' "-rd I ■■^'" ; ? r A vdi 

Sec. 6. Provisions relating to capital access loans. ■■n<-- .-u ' ! '"'^ : \,\ 

(a) Except as otherwise provided by this act, the Mayor shall not determine the recipient,. 

amount, or interest rate of a capital access loan or the fees or other requirements related to 

the loan. 
; (b) A loan shall not be eligible to be enrolled under this act if the loan is for: ._ .']..[ . ; . 
, :(1) Construction of residential housing; - .' t :-:^n 

(2) Purchase of residential housing; Vj " ; V V: 

(3) Simple real estate investments, excluding the development or improvement > of 
i- commercial real estate occupied by the borrower's business or organization; or ,- v - 

(4) Internal bank transactions. ; ■;■ v,,v:^/ 

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(c) The borrower under an enrolled loan shall apply the loan to working capital or to the 
purchase, construction, or lease of capital assets, including buildings and equipment, used by 
the borrower. Working capital uses shall include the cost of exporting, accounts receivable, 
payroll, inventory, and other financing needs of the business or organization. 

(d) An enrolled loan may be sold on the secondary market with no recourse to the District 
of Columbia. Recourse to the reserve account correspondent to the loan may be permitted 
for loans sold on the secondary market under conditions as may be established, by rule, by 
the Mayor. 

(e) When enrolling a capital access loan in the program, a financial institution may specify 
an amount to be covered under the program that is less than the total amount of the loan. 

Sec. 7. Reserve accounts. 

(a) After entering into a participation agreement with the District of Columbia and upon 
approval by the Mayor, a financial institution making a capital access loan shall establish a 
reserve account. The reserve account shall be used by the financial institution only to cover 
any losses arising from a default of an enrolled loan made by the financial institution under 
this act or as otherwise provided by this act. 

(b) When a financial institution makes a loan enrolled in the program, the financial 
institution shall require the borrower to pay to the financial institution a fee in an amount 
that is not less than 2%, but not more than 3.5%, of the principal amount of the loan, which 
fee the financial institution shall deposit in the reserve account. The financial institution shall 
also deposit in the reserve account an amount equal to the amount of the fee received by the 
institution from the borrower under this subsection; provided, that the financial institution 
may recover from the borrower all or part of the amount the financial institution is required 
to pay under this subsection in any manner agreed to by the financial institution and the 
borrower. 

(c) For each capital access loan made by a -financial institution, the financial institution shall 
certify to the Mayor, within the period prescribed by the Mayor, that: 

(1) The financial institution has made a capital access loan; 

(2) The amount that the financial institution has deposited in the reserve account, 
including the amount of fees received from the borrower; and 

(3) If applicable, that the borrower is financing an enterprise project or is located in, or 
financing a project, activity, or enterprise in, a District of Columbia Enterprise Zone under 
section 1400 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, approved August 5, 1997 (111 Stat. 863; 
26 U.S.C. § 1400). 

(d) Upon receipt of a certification made under subsection (c) of this section, the Mayor 
shall deposit in the reserve account for each capital access loan made by the financial 
institution: 

(1) An amount equal to the ; amount deposited by the financial institution for each loan if 
the financial institution: 

(A) Has assets of more than $1 billion; or 

(B) Has previously enrolled loans in the program that in the aggregate are more than 
$2 million; 

(2) An amount equal to 150% of the total amount deposited under subsection (b) of this 
section for each loan if the financial institution is not described in paragraph (1) of this 
subsection; or 

(3) Notwithstanding paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection, and subject to the 
limitations set forth in section 8(a), an amount equal to 200% of the total amount deposited 
under subsection (b) of this section for each loan if: 

(A) The borrower is financing an enterprise project or is located in, or financing a 
project, activity, or enterprise located in, an area in the District of Columbia Enterprise 
Zone under section 1400 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, approved August 5, 1997 
(111 Stat. 863; 26 U.S.C. § 1400); or 

(B) The financial institution is a community development financial institution, as 
defined in section 103(5) of the Biegle Community Development and Regulatory Im- 

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provemeht Act of 1994, approved September 23, 1994 (108 Stat. 2163; 12: U.&C. 
§ 4702(5)), , , - 

(e) A financial institution shall obtain approval from the Mayor to withdraw funds from the* 
reserve account. ' .' ',;;n 

, Sec. 8. Limitations on District's contribution to reserve account. \ : ' ! . '■ '*. : ' \, 

(a) The Mayor shall not deposit more than 10% of the total funds deposited ^ injffie ; ^a^ital; 
Access Fund into reserve accounts for capital access loans requiring a 200% matclif^u^de^j. 
section 7(d)(3). The 10% limitation under this subsection may be waived at the discretion of 
the Mayor upon a finding that the total amount of funds deposited iri the Capital Access 7 Fiiiid 
by the District shall result in at least $10 of enrolled loans by financial institutions f6r k e ( ach ; 
dollar deposited by the District. - '■ :<> ■- 7 >v V .\)>)H 

(b) The amount deposited by the Mayor into a reserve account for any single loan recipient 
shall not exceed $400,000 during a 3-year period. :.\rju^\ 

(c) The maximum amount that the Mayor may deposit into a reserve account for each 
enrolled loan made under this act shall be the greater of $35,000 or an amount equal to 1 : ' 

(1) Fourteen percent of the enrolled loan amount if: 

CA) The borrower is financing an enterprise project or is located in, or financing a 
project, activity, or enterprise in, an area in the District of Columbia Enterprise Zone 
under section 1400 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, approved August 5, 1997 (ill- 
Stat 863; 26 U.S.C. § 1400); or 

(B) The financial institution is a community development financial institution^ as^ 
defined in section 103(5) of the Riegle Community Development and Regulatory 7 Irn^ 
provement Act of 1994, approved September 23, 1994 (108 Stat. 2163; 12 ILS.Cv; 
§ 4702(5)); or ,,^ awh: 

(2) Seven percent of the loan amount for any other borrower. < : vd 
Sec. 9. District's rights with respect to reserve accounts. '■ , vlJVj 

(a) All funds deposited in a reserve account shall be the property of the District of 
Columbia. • """' u - ; ^ 

(b) The District shall earn interest oh the amount of contributions made by the District, 
the borrower, and the financial institution to a reserve account. The District shall withdraw 
monthly or quarterly from a reserve account the amount of the interest earned by ; the District 
and shall deposit the amount withdra;wn ; into the fund. ^rm;; 

(c) If the amount in a reserve account exceeds 33% of the balance of the financial 
institution's outstanding enrolled loans, the Mayor may withdraw the 1 excess amount ; sEnd 
deposit the amount in the fund. A withdrawal of money under this" subsection 1 shall ^teofr 
reduce an active reserve account to an amount that is less than $200,000. [■■.fnrAii-dv. 

(d) The District shall withdraw from a reserve accoiiht the toWaino^ 

including any interest earned on the account, and deposit the airi^iiHt^M^'&fe^'fiaiiid^wHe^: 

(1) A financial institution is no longer eligible to participate m ' the !l projgram or a 
participation agreement entered into under this act expires without renewal; by' the' financial 
institution; -vS'-!-;r f£ 

(2) The financial institution has no outstanding enrolled loans; < "■"' 

(3) The financial institution has not' made a capital access loan within the preceding 24 
months; or 

(4) The financial institution fails to submit a report or other document requested by the 
District within the time or in the manner prescribed. ' 

Sec. 10. Quarterly and annual reports. ; ' , 

During each fiscal year of participation, financial institutions shall submit quarterly,; reports 
and a comprehensive annual report to the Mayor for the year, The reports shall: , , . ,v 

(1) Provide information regarding outstanding capital access loans, capital access loan 
losses, and any other information on capital access loans that the Mayor considers 
appropriate;, ■ . -...■■■■■> - ./■ .<■ ,■ ; ; j-.. -. ■ ■■■ 

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(2) State the total amount of loans for which the financial institution has made a 
contribution from the fund under this act; 

(3) Include a copy of the financial institution's most recent financial statement; and 

(4) Include information regarding the type and size of businesses and nonprofit organiza- 
tions with enrolled loans. 

Sec. 11. Reports and audits. 

(a) The Mayor shall submit to the Council an annual status report on the program's 
activities. 

(b) The financial transactions of the fund shall be subject to audit by the District of 
Columbia Auditor as provided by section 455 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.55). 

Sec. 12. District liability prohibited. 

The District of Columbia shall not be liable to a participating financial institution for 
payment of the principal, interest, or any late charges on a capital access loan made under 
this act. 

Sec. 13. Rules. 

The Mayor, pursuant to Title 1 of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, 
approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.), shall issue rules 
to implement the provisions of this act. The rules may: 

(1) Provide for criteria under which a line of credit issued by a financial institution to a 
small business, a medium-sized business, or a nonprofit organization qualifies to participate 
in the program; and 

(2) Authorize a consortium of financial institutions to participate in the program subject 
to common underwriting guidelines. 

Sec. 14. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Capital 
Access Program Act of 2010, signed by the Mayor on December 13, 2010 (D.C. Act 1.8-643; 57 
DCR 12442), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code 
§ l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 15. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the .District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



SPECIAL ELECTION REFORM CHARTER CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-7 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act to require the Board of Elections and Ethics to hold a special election to fill a 
vacancy occurring in the Office of Chairman, the Council, or the Office of Mayor on the 1st 
Tuesday occurring more than 70 days after the date on which the vacancy occurs, unless the 
Board of Elections and Ethics determines that the vacancy could be more practicably filled in 
a special election held in the District within 60 days of the date on which the special election 
would otherwise have been held. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Special Election Reform Charter Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

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Sec. 2. Title IV of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved ■Decfembe&24Vil973 
(87 Stat. 785; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: ■■,,;: ^dhkuri 

(a) Section 401(b) and (d) (D.C. Official Code§ l-204.01(b) and (d)) is amended byl striking 
the phrase "more than one hundred fourteen days" wherever it appears and inserting the 
phrase "more than seventy days" in its place. .j/^mit 

(b) Section 421(c)(2) (D.C. Official Code § l-204.21(c)(2)) is amended by striking the; phrase 
"more than one hundred fourteen days" and inserting the phrase "more than seventy days" in 
itsplace. ' ■ .,.... ■■ y>- 

l; ,.Sec. 3. ■ Applicability,* , t M; 

This act shall apply upon enactment by Congress. . . > . •■■■■■■ -V ) 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. ' ■ ■■ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director ias the fiscal' impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home -Rule Ac^ approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. OfficM Code § l-206.02(c)(3))^ ^ >^ r ; '-> -^ ■*■■ - ^ ;' 

Sec. 5. Effective date. ; r . 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or i; in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override thie veto), and shall remain in effect tohb longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the district of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act/ Approved December 24, 1973 (87 ! 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.i2(a)). ^ •■'■'■■...'. 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. " li;J -< ^^ 



SAVING D.C. HOMES FROM FORECLOSURE CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 201 

:[,)'.> .- ■■■'■ X) :i : :c- . Act 19-8 : \ ."' ..■■.^■r-.^) 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, An Act To establish a code 
of law for the District of Columbia to require mortgage lenders to provide homeowners with a 

< notice of default on residential mortgages and to provide homeowners with the right to engage 
in mediation prior to foreclosure on residential mortgages. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCILOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That thi^ 
act may be cited as the "Saving D.C. Homes . (from Foreclosure: Concessional R^Anew 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". , . > 

Sec. 2. An Act To establish a code of law for theDistrict of Columbia, approved March 3, 
1901 (31 Stat. 1189; scattered sections of the District of Columbia Official Code), is amended 
asfollows: 

(a) Section 539 (D.C. Official Code § 42-815) is ameMl as! fell '<&&tt ,' \ l! ^ff .""'^ 

(1) Subsection (b) is amended to read as follows: 

"(b) In the case of a residential mortgage, as a condition of issuance of the notice to 
foreclose under subsection (c) of this section, a foreclosure sale under ; a power of sale 
provision contained in any deed of trust, mortgage, or other security instrument, shall riot 
take place unless the holder of the note secured by the deed of trust, mortgage, or security 
instrument, or its agent, shall: 

' "(1)(A) Give written notice of default on a residential mortgage, in such format and 
containing such information as the Mayor shall, by rule, prescribe, by certified . mail, 
postage prepaid, return receipt requested, and by first-class mail, to the borrower and, if 

; different from the borrower, to the person who holds record title, of the real property 
encumbered by the deed of trust, mortgage, or security instrument at his or her last known; 
address; and ;.,;..■. /■ 

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"(B) Send a copy of the notice required by subparagraph (A) of this paragraph to the 
Mayor; and 

"(2) Obtain a mediation certificate in accordance with section 539b.". 

(2) New subsections (c) and (d) are added as follows: 

"(c)(1)(A) A foreclosure sale under a power of sale provision contained in any deed of trust, 
mortgage, or other security instrument, shall not take place unless the holder of the note 
secured by the deed of trust, mortgage, or security instrument, or its agent, gives written 
notice of the intention to foreclose, by certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt 
requested, and by first-class mail, of the sale to the borrower and, if different from the 
borrower, to the person who holds the title of record, of the real property encumbered by the 
deed of trust, mortgage, or security instrument at his last known address. 

"(B)(1) A copy of the notice required by subparagraph (A) of this paragraph shall be 
sent to the Mayor, at least 30 days in advance of the date of the sale. 

"(2) The notice shall be in such format and contain such information as the Mayor shall, 
by rule, prescribe. 

"(3) The Mayor shall give written acknowledgment to the holder of the note, or its agent, 
on the day that he receives the notice, that the notice has been received, indicating the date 
of receipt of the notice. 

"(4) The 30-day period shall commence to run on the date of receipt of the notice by the 
Mayor. 

"(5) The notice required by this subsection in regard to the mortgages and deeds of trust 
shall be in addition to the notice described by subsection (b) of this section. 

"(d) The mediation certificate required by subsection (b)(2) of this section, and the notice 
required under subsection (c) of this section, shall be recorded in the land records of the 
District.". 

(b) Section 539a(a) (D.C. Official Code § 42-815.01(a)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) For the purposes of this act, the term "residential mortgage" means a loan secured by 
a deed of trust or mortgage, used to acquire or refinance real property which is improved by 
4 or fewer single family dwellings, including condominium or cooperative units, at least one of 
which is the principal place of abode of the debtor or his immediate family.". 

(c) New sections 539b and 539c are added to read as follows: 
"Sec. 539b. Foreclosure mediation. 

"(a) For the purposes of this section, the term: 

"(1) "Borrower" means a residential mortgage borrower and, if different from the 
residential mortgage borrower, the person who holds record title. 

"(2) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of the Department of Insurance, Securi- 
ties, and Banking. 

"(3) "Lender" means a residential mortgage lender. The term "lender" shall include a 
trustee. 

"(4) "Loss mitigation analysis" means an analysis, performed by the lender, of a 
borrower's financial condition, using' information in the borrower's loss mitigation applica- 
tion and any other information available to the lender, to evaluate and recommend options 
in lieu of foreclosure available to borrower from the lender. 

"(5) "Mediation" means a meeting between the lender or trustee and the borrower, with 
the help of a neutral third-party mediator appointed by the Mediation Administrator, to 
attempt to reach agreement on a loss mitigation program for the borrower, including the 
renegotiation of the terms of a borrower's residential mortgage, loan modification, refinanc- 
ing, short sale, deed in lieu of foreclosure, and any other options that may be available in 
lieu of foreclosure. 

"(6) "Mediation Administrator" means an individual designated by the Commissioner to 
administer mediation services under this section. 

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"(7) "Mediation certificate" means a document issued by the Commissioner to a^lender 
evidencing compliance with the mediation requirements of this act. ■ ; ; r^ 

"(8) "Mediation election form" means a form, prescribed ■ by the Commissioner,: , upon 
which the borrower may elect to participate in mediation and certify compliance with the 
lender's loss mitigation documentation requirements. 

"(9) "Mediation report" means a summary of the mediation provided by the mediator to 
the Mediation Administrator on a form prescribed by the Commissioner/ '.'''■.," ; 

"(10) "Mortgage" means a lien instrument, including a mortgage or deed of .trust, with at 
least 2 parties, in which the borrower grants a lien on residential real property to the. 
lender as security for the repayment of a note or loan. .. , ;, , , ' 

"(11) "Notice of default on residential mortgage" means a notice given pursuant ta 
section 539(b)(1), in the form that the Mayor shall, by rule, prescribe, which shall contain': 

"(A) The name and telephone number of the lender; .■.'■.■ v .r-f-M 

/■ "(B) The following loan information; . ■■..- . .■.-,,. .,-.; odT iitV 1 

"(i) The amount of the principal balance and outstanding interest owed?/ q rii:yi v.* i 
"(ii) All past due payments; ; - nvv )A •.. r -: z \ -■ o;j;M o;i-T i^V 

' "(iii) Penalties; and : ' ^-- <■'•■»■>■ >-\^ ■ ■>..■■■.*>'.?■ ■■■ t^ viih-.i-Ii ;.■;.'.. 

"(iv) The amount required to cure the default and reinstate the loan," including all 
•■■ past due payments, penalties, and feesy and ! '' J "' ■^ ]M ' 1 r ■-■ ° ,; ; v: ' Y ; ,, 

"(C) Any other information that the Mayor shall, by rule, prescribe. . 

"(12) "Notice of intention to i foreclose a residential , nlort^ 
pursuant to section 539(c). -■-■"■ 

"(13) "Power of sale" means tile' right of a lender to s^fl residential real property after an 
uncured default at a public auction ' as provided in this act to repay the note^ or other J 
obligation secured by a deed of trust or mortgage. ■.-.■» •. m.u 

"(14) "Residential mortgage" shall have the same meaning as iii section 539a(a). ,[:r * ltk - ; 

"(15) "Settlement agreement" means the form, prescribed by the Mediation Administra- 
tor, upon which the terms and conditions of an agreement made pursuant to the mediation 
are set forth. '' J ! J '/'! : . i 

"(16) "Trustee" means the person holding a lien on real property pursuant to a 
residential mortgage or the assignee for foreclosure of the residential mortgage. ^ { S) > 

"(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, after a notice of default'' 'of a 
residential mortgage has been given pursuant to section 539(b)(1), the lender shall engage ,J in 
mediation if the borrower elects under subsection (c) of this section. Prior to the foreclosure 
of any residential mortgage or deed of trust* a lender shall: ..;..' ! ' : 

"(1) Include with the notice of default on a residential mortgage which is mailed, to. the 
borrower pursuant to section 539(b)(1): > , V : ., 
"(A) Contact information which the borrower may use to reach an agent or, represen- 
tative of the lender with authority to explain the mediation process; ' '\' , 

"(B) A statement recommending that the borrower seek housing counseling services; 

, ; , "(C) Contact information for at least one local housing counseling agency approved, £>y 
the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development;- , ; /.... , f0 ^ 

"(D)(i) A description of all loss mitigation programs available from the' lender! and 
applicable to the residential mortgage subject to the notice of default of a residential 
mortgage; and r ,. ■■■!'f^l-; 

"(ii) A description of the eligibility requirements for the loss mitigation programs 

applicable to the residential mortgage subject to the notice of default of a residential 
. mortgage for these programs; , 

"(E)(i) An application in the form that the Mayor, by rule, shall prescribe, for the loss 
. ■! mitigation programs available in connection with the Residential mortgage subject to the 
notice of default of a residential mortgage^ and . ; , ; , 

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"(ii) Instructions for completing and mailing the loss mitigation application, with one 
envelope addressed to the lender; and 

"(F) A mediation election form, in a form prescribed by the Mediation Administrator, 
with one envelope addressed to the lender, and one envelope addressed to the Mediation 
Administrator; and 

"(2) Provide a copy of the notice of default on a residential mortgage to the Mediation 
Administrator in accordance with the rules issued pursuant to subsection (i) of this section. 

"(c)(1) No later than 7 days after the date of the mailing of the form required by subsection 
(b) of this section, the Mediation Administrator shall mail the following to the borrower: 

"(A) A statement that the borrower is subject to foreclosure and must take immediate 
action to avoid foreclosure; 

"(B) A statement that the borrower is eligible to participate in foreclosure mediation; 

"(C) The contact information for the Mediation Administrator and a statement in- 
structing that the borrower should immediately contact the Mediation Administrator to 
obtain additional information; ' 

"(E) A statement recommending that the borrower seek housing— counseling services; 

"(F) Contact information for at least one local housing counseling agency approved by 
the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development; 

"(G) A statement recommending that the borrower review the mediation election form 
and^the loss mitigation application provided by the lender; 

"(H) A request for the borrower immediately to contact the Mediation Administrator 
and the lender if the borrower has not received a loss mitigation application and 
mediation election form from the lender; 

"(I) A request for the borrower to return the mediation election form to the Mediation 
Administrator and the lender, in the envelopes provided, no later than 30 days from the 
date of the mailing of the form required by subsection (b) of this section; 

"(J) A request for the borrower to return the loss mitigation application to the lender, 
in the envelope provided, no later than 30 days after the date of the mailing of the form 
required by subsection (b) of this section; 

"(K) A statement that the borrower will lose the right participate in mediation if the 
mediation election form and the loss mitigation application are not returned within the 
stipulated 30-day time period; 

"(L) A statement that the borrower has to pay a $50 fee payable to the District to 
participate in mediation; and 

"(M) A statement that mediation will be held 45 days after the date of the mailing of 
the form required by subsection (b) of this section. 

"(2) No later than 20. days after the date of the mailing of the , form required by 
subsection (b) of this section, the Mediation Administrator shall mail to the borrower; 

"(A) The information specified in paragraph (1) of this subsection; and 

"(B) A statement that the mailing is a 2nd notice and that the borrower must take 
immediate action to avoid foreclosure. 

"(d)(1) To participate in mediation, no later than 30 days after the mailing of the notice of 
default on a residential mortgage and information required by subsection (b) of this section, a 
borrower shall return the mediation election form and a $50 fee to the Mediation Administra- 
tor, and the loss mitigation application to the lender. A borrower shall forfeit the right to 
mediation if the borrower does not return the mediation election form and the $50 fee to the 
Mediation Administrator, and the loss mitigation application to the lender, within 30 days 
after the mailing of the notice of default on a residential mortgage. 

"(2) For each borrower electing to participate in mediation, the Mediation Administrator 
shall schedule a mediation session to commence no later than 45 days after the mailing of 
the notice of default on a residential mortgage. 

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- "(3) If the borrower elects to waive mediation by not paying the $50 fee or by not 

returning the mediation election form or the loss mitigation application within 30 days after 

, the mailing of the notice of default on a residential mortgage, the Mediation Administrator 

, shall issue a mediation certificate to the lender no earlier than 45 days, but no later /than 60 

days, after the mailing of the form required by subsection (b) of this section, „ The p ; ower of 

sale under a mortgage shall not be exercised until the Mediation Administrator has issued a 

'mediation certificate. f ' ' /r V '.':'-, ,. 

"(e)(1) Each mediation required by this section .shall be conducted by a mediator appointed 

in Accordance with rules issued pursuant to subsection (i) of this section.' r The lehder^^r a 

representative, and the borrower, or a representative, shall attend the l ihe'diatibh 1 . ;r The s 

lender, or- its representative, shall bring to the mediation the results of, its^lqss mitigation 

analysis, a true copy of the mortgage, including the mortgage note ; pr ; agre h emenit,j- ( eyery 

assignment of the mortgage, evidence proving that the lender has standing to commence 

foreclosure against the borrower, and any other information required pursuant to' the rules 

issued under subsection (i) of this section. If a representative of the lender, or the borrower, 

attends the mediation, the representative shall: ■ p ^ < 

"(A) Have authority to: -.-..■>.:■ 

' ' L "(i) Address loss mitigation programs that may be available to the borrower; 
v v " : "(ii) Renegotiate the terms of the residential mortgage, including a loan modifica- 
tion; and ; ; 
■ ■ "(iii) Negotiate any other options that may be available in lieu of foreclosure; or 
"(B) Have access at all times during the mediation to a person with such authority. 
■',]',' "(2)(A) The lender shall be subject to civil penalties payable to the District as follows: 

"(i) If the lender, or a representative, fails to attend the mediation, a penalty of $500 
shall be imposed; ' ''-*' 

.-,■ ; ; , "(ii) If the lender, or a representative, fails to bring to the mediation each document 
required by this subsection, a penalty of $500 shall be imposed; or 

^ s ; ,: "(iii) If the lender, or a representative, fails to participate in the mediation in good 

;,-_''" faith, a penalty of $500 shall be imposed. ; . .;, . .-;. 

"(B) Penalties shall be enforceable by an action in the Superior Court of the 'District of 

■ Columbia. . : , , ,,,.;,. s ,; ■■ - 

"(C) If the borrower fails to attend a scheduled mediation session without go- bdi cause 

shown, no later than 10 days after the scheduled mediation session./; misse'dn b;y 'the 

;1 borrower j the Mediation Administrator shall issue a mediation certificate to the^. lender. 

"(3) If the mediator determines that the parties, while acting in good faith; are; -mty able 

*■ to, agree to a loan modification or to any other options in lieu of foreclosure, np later^than 5 

days after the mediation session at which the parties were riot able to reach an agreement, 

the mediator shall prepare and submit to the Mediation Administrator, on a form 

'■:, prescribed by the Commissioner, a recommendation that the matter be terminated; ' " After 

- reviewing and considering the mediator's report and any recommendations therein, no later 

than 5 days after receiving the mediator's report, the Mediation Administrator may-issue a 

mediation certificate to the lender or refer the matter to another mediator. 

"(4) If the parties enter a settlement agreements i; .. ;f ;.-,, , ■ ■ , . . , ■ , . , ;- • 

"(A)(i) If the lender breaches the terms of the settlement agreement entered into 
during mediation, the lender shall pay a penalty of, $1,000 and shall be required to 
.perform the terms of a settlement agreement. : 

"(ii) This penalty shall be enforceable by an action in the Superior Court of the 
;; > District of Columbia. ...-.....;■ .■■..'■./,■ ."",..;■ : .-.;J' ■, . , 

'■ ■"■..""■' "(B)(i) If the borrower breaches the terms of the settlement agreement entered irit6 

during mediation, the lender shall apply to the Mediation Administrator for a' mediation 

certificate. .■ . v t ;..: :' a 

» (ii)^Upon receipt of the lender's application for a mediation certificate due to the 

borrower breaching the terms of the settlement agreement, no later than 10 days after 

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the receipt of the application, the Mediation Administrator may issue a mediation 

certificate to the lender, the issuance of which shall not be unreasonably withheld. 

"(5) Mediation shall be concluded within 90 days of the mailing of the form required by 

subsection (b) of this section, unless extended for an additional 30 days by the mutual 

consent of both parties. 

"(e) The lender shall pay a fee of $300 for each notice of default on a residential mortgage 
issued. If the power of sale for a property is exercised, the lender may recover the $300 fee 
from the proceeds of sale if there is any amount remaining after the payment of all amounts 
due and owing by the borrower on the residential mortgage and the costs of the sale. The 
lender shall not be permitted to recover mediation fee paid if there is a deficiency upon the 
sale of the foreclosed property. 

"(f) The Mediation Administrator and each mediator who acts in good faith and without 
gross negligence pursuant to this section shall be immune from civil liability for those acts. 

"(gy Each foreclosure sale in violation of this act shall be void. 

"(h) The District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, effective February 21, 
1986 (D.C. Law 6-85; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.01 et seq.), or any successor act, shall not 
apply to any contract that the Mediation Administrator may enter into with mediators for the 
performance of mediation services. 

"(i) The Mayor, pursuant to Title 1 of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure 
Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.), shall issue 
rules to implement the provisions of this section. The rules shall include provisions: 
"(1) Ensuring that meditations occur in an orderly and timely manner; 

"(2) Requiring each party to a mediation to provide such information as the Mediation 
Administrator determines to be necessary; 

"(3) Establishing procedures to protect the mediation process from abuse and to ensure 
that each party to the mediation acts in good faith; and 

"(4) Establishing procedures relating to the appointment of each mediator, the training 
and qualification requirements for each mediator, and the compensation to be paid to each 
person serving as a mediator. 

"(k) The participation in mediation shall not waive any other legal claims that the lender or 
borrower may have against each other. 

"Sec. 539c. Establishment of Foreclosure Mediation Fund. 

"(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Foreclosure Mediation fund ("Fund"), 
which shall be used solely to pay the costs of the administration of the foreclosure mediation 
established by section 539b. The Mayor shall deposit in the Fund all fees and penalties 
generated pursuant to the foreclosure mediation program., 

"(b) All funds deposited into the Fund, and any interest earned on those funds, shall not 
revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General of the District of Columbia at the end 
of a fiscal year, or at any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses and 
purposes set forth in subsection (a) of this section, subject to authorization by Congress.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Saving D.C. 
Homes from Foreclosure Amendment Act of 2010, signed by the Mayor on December 9, 2010 
(D.C. Act 18-635; 57 DCR 12404), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) 
of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. 
Official Code § 1-206.02 (c)(3)). , 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 

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Act 19-9 19th Council Period 

PERFORMANCE PARKING EXTENSION CONGRESSIONAL ' 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

'"'■■' 'Act 19-9 ,, t . ! ; : ; ;: ^;; : ;"j 

AN AGT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Performance Parking 
Pilot Zone Act of 2008 to repeal the sunset provision which wquld terminate the Performance, 
Parking Pilot Program on November 24, 2010. ^ ' t 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE OJgTRIJCT OF COLUMBI^ 

act' may be cited as the "Performance Parking Extension Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". .;- ,-''"-- - ^ »>'>>t* J > 

Sec. 2; Section 2(i) of the Performance Parking Pilot Zone; Act of 2008, effective Novem- 
ber 25, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-279; D.C. Official Code § 50-2531 (i)), is repealed, 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement; 

.' Thie Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)), 

: Sec; .4, ; Effective date. 

. . ....'■. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by 1 the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). / ■ .,,■;,;, 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. , v- 



EXTENSION OF TIME CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT AGT OF 2011 r 

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AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Cbhgressiorial review, the Business Improvement 

Districts Act of 1996, to permit notice of a S^year BID extension. >r'* 1 ■W-iiiii 

'-■■; . > . , - ■-.:■■■ ; : ; : '■ ' It, .-.■ > >:■■'>,■; vn ' >■ :i ^d.n^o 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,; Th£t' this 
act ifiay be cited as the "Extension of Time Congressional Review Emergen^ Amendment 
Act of 2011". ; , ...■:■»;■ - .r^^l-mm 

Sec. 2. Section 18 of the Business Improvement Districts Act of 1996, effective "M&y^,' 
19S6 0.C. Law 11-134; D.C. Official Code § 2-1215.18), is amended by adding ): i )l new 
subsection (d) to read as follows: ■■'. jyfo 

"(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, the Beard 'of the 
Adams Morgan BID may give notice under subsection (a) of this section up until, but no .-later 
thaii, December 3i, 2010. Any approved re-registration under this act shall be for a term 
beginning October 1,2010.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ■■.-.■...■> 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c))(3)>. ■ . , ■ , • ■, : : ; . 

Sec. 4. 'Effective date. '* " ; 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council for the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



PROCESSING SALES TAX CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-11 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Processing Sales Tax Clarification Act of 2010 to 
provide that the act shall apply when its fiscal effect is included in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE' COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Processing Sales Tax Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 3 of the Processing Sales Tax Clarification Act of 2010, signed by the 
Mayor on December 28, 201Q (D.C. Act 18-645; 58 DCR 3), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec.3. Applicability. 

"This act shall apply as of January 1, 2010; provided, that its fiscal effect is included in an 
approved budget and financial plan.". v 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



COOPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION ECONOMIC INTEREST 

RECORDATION TAX CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-12 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the District of Columbia 
Real Estate Deed Recordation Tax Act to clarify the taxation of transfers of economic interests 
in cooperative housing associations, to clarify that security interest instruments related to 
cooperative housing associations are exempt from the recordation tax, and to provide for the 
exemption from taxation of transfers of economic interests in limited-equity cooperative 
housing associations. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Cooperative Housing Association Economic Interest Recordation Tax 
Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The District of Columbia Real Estate Deed Recordation Tax Act, approved March 
2, 1962 (76 Stat. 11; D.C. Official Code § 42-1101 et seq.) 9 is amended as follows: 

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Act 19-12> § 2(a) 19tfr Council Peribfl 

; .■■'.(&)■' Section 302 (D.C. Official Code § 4241102) is ameridecl as follows: ■. 

(1) Paragraph (16) is repealed as of October 1, 2009. ' ' ■ 

(2) Paragraph (27) is amended by striking the word "and"." ^ ,■■-■ ■ ■ ■ /■'.;' 

(3) Paragraph (28)(B)(ii)(II) is amended by striking the period and inserting a semicolon 
in its place. 

(4) New paragraphs (29) and (30) ^^added -to read ^foUo^ws:- hV i:y : K1 - ,, H|! -- : 

"(29) Beginning October 1, 2009, a s,ecurity; interest instrument pertaining to a coopera- 
tive housing association; and ' u " - ^ • - ^ , , . 

"(80) Beginning October 1, 2009, a deed I; of, economic interest pertaining to a limited- 
equity cooperative, as defined under D.C.' Official 1 Code § 47-802(11).". 

1 '(b) Section 302b(c) (D.C. Official Code § 424lt)2iQ2(c)ns 'amended to read as follows:- *; Kil 

"(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, every transfer of an interest in a 
cooperative housing association in connection with the grant, transfer, or assignment of 
proprietary leasehold or other proprietary interest, in whole or in part, shall be a, transfer j;of 
an, economic interest. This subsection shall apply as of October 1, 2009.". 

(c) Section 303 (D.C. Official Code § 42-1103) is amended as follows: 

; -; (1) Subsection (a)(2) is amended as follows: v .,- , ,,-.;,. ;. /; - . 

>■■■■■ (A) Strike the phrase "provided, that in the case of a transfer of shares" and insert the 
phrase "provided, that, beginning October 1, 2009, in the case of a transfer -of an 
economic interest" in its place. . ' ," 

(B) Strike the phrase ", in whole or in part,". - ; .- y< . .■ lf - 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; proyided 
.further, that, beginning October 1, 2009, in the case of a deed that evidences a transfer -of 
an economic interest in a cooperative housing association, the cooperative housing associa- 
tion shall be jointly and severally liable with the parties to the deed , for the payment of 
taxes imposed by this section regardless of whether the cooperative housing assdciation 
itself is a party to the deed." in its place. ■■■■<' ■' ■" ' •' "■'•'■' - ,); ^ 

'"'"See.- 8.' ' Applicability. : \' v ** '" i:; < \' : ' V "^ - : -,-.!-;;. ■; hV\ ^ 

,. This act shall "apply as of January 18, 201 L . v, «.-,.-* '-, r; »v^^ ;; cl> :l^-\ 

^Sec. 4 Fiscal impact statement. - ; 1: r t • vi;-:V h < o.f; V. pv wlnx; 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget' Director a^ the fiscal Imp'acti 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home .Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; p.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. ■ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor* action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain m effect for' no longer 
than 90 days, as. provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act,, approved December 24, 1973. .(§7 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). " 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL FREEDOM FOUNDA- 
TION, INC. AFRICAN-AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MUSEUM APPROV- 
AL CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

^'-"■-'< ■ -'Act 19-13 '■ ■'■'. -l-'-'-'/y >^*7;- 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the proposed plan 
r,: submitted by the African American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation, Inc. for exclu- 
sive use by the African-American Civil War Museum of the Grimke School gymnasium^ 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "African American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation, Inc. 
African-American Civil War Museum Approval Congressional Review Emergency Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 4081(b) of the Reserve for African-American Civil War 
Records Act of 2009, effective March 3, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-111; 57 DCR 181), the Council 
approves the proposed plan submitted by the African American Civil War Memorial Freedom 
Foundation, Inc., for the renovation of the gymnasium space in the Grimke School for the 
exclusive use of the African-American Civil War Museum. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of January 18, 2011. , 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. 



SETTLEMENT PAYMENT INTEGRITY CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-14 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, An Act Authorizing the 
Commissioners of the District of Columbia to settle claims and suits against the District of 
Columbia to delay settlement agreements and the issuance of settlement payments in connec- 
tion with settlement agreements for a disapproved contract that is the subject of an active 
investigation of the Council, the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor, the Office of the 
Inspector General, or the United States Attorneys' Office until 90 days following the comple- 
tion of the investigation. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Settlement Payment Integrity Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 1 of An Act Authorizing the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to 
settle claims and suits against the District of Columbia, approved February 11, 1929 (45 Stat 
1160; D.C. Official Code § 2-402), is amended as follows: 

(a) The lead-in language is designated as subsection (a). 

(b) A new subsection (b) is added to read as follows: 

"(b)(1)(A) The District shall not enter into or execute any settlement agreement related to 
a contract disapproved by the Council pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), 
while the details of the disapproved contract are the subject of an active investigation by the 
Council, the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor, the Office of the Inspector General, or 
the United States Attorneys' Office and, unless otherwise authorized under paragraph (2) of 
this subsection, until 90 days following the completion of the investigation. 

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■ "(B) The Office of the Chief Financial Officer, the District of Columbia Housing 
Authority, or any other District agency or authority shall not: J : * - 

' "(i) Approve payment or disburse payment related to a contract disapproved by th$ 
Council pursuant to section 451 of the! District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
y December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), while the details of 
the disapproved contract are the subject ; of an . active investigation by the Council, the 
Office of the District of Columbia Auditor^ the. Office of the Inspector .General, or the 
United States Attorneys' Office and, unless ..otherwise authorized under paragraph (2) 
of this subsection, until 90 days follo^ng.the^completion of the , investigation;, -£>r, 
"(ii) Approve payment or disburse payment related to a settlement ;\ agreement 
executed in violation of subparagraph (A) of this subsection. ,. ,".,.' : . ,- ;; 

"(2) The Council, by act approved by %rds of its members, may authorize payment 
otherwise prohibited by paragraph (1) of this subsection 5 within the 90 days following 'Qie 
completion of an investigation.". ^ 

Sec. 3. Applicability. .. ...''' .''' :,'■'■'■' '\ -!.'. - . "'m 

This act shall apply as of February 10, 2011. 
Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

, The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Settlement 
Payment Integrity Amendment Act of 2010, enacted December 16, 2010 (D.C. Act 18-640; : 57 
DCR 12433), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District Of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official ^Code, 
§ l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts .of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, r approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.i2(a)); y " ' '" " ''"' v " 

APPROVED: February 11, 2011. , «..- ,, : 



EXTENSION OP REVIEW PERIOD FOR THE RHODE : 
ISLAND AVENUE SMALL AREA ACTIO^Pi^AN;:,^]'^^;;;^ 

■■-■■:■; - - >■,. :: EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 ^y-iafrxysii 

jmihi'&Myjm sii.) «> noli 
' Act 19-15 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the District of Columbia Comprehensive Plan Act of, 
1984 Land Use Element Amendment Act of 1984 to extend the Council review period for the, 
Rhode Island Avenue: Diamond of the District small area action plan. 

. BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OP THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Extension of Review Period for the Rhode Island Avenue Small Area' 
Action Plan Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". , 

Sec. 2. Section 4(c) of the District of Columbia Comprehensive Plan Act of 1984 Land Use 

Element Amendment Act of 1984, effective March 16, 1985 (D.C. Law 5-187; D.C; Official 

Code § l-306.03(c)), is amended by adding a new paragraph (4A) to read as, foljpws: 

"(4A) Notwithstanding paragraph (4) of this section, the Council review period for the 

Rhode Island Avenue: Diamond of the District small area action plan, transmitted by the' 

Mayor on December 3, 2010 with the Rhode Island Avenue Small Area Action Plan 

. Approval Resolution of 2010 (P.R. 18^1233), is extended for an extra 45-day period •> of 

- review, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council recess, to and 

including May 4, 2011.". , ..:..■..■■.,■.■ -; :■. Ki 

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Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. , 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 15, 2011. 



ONE CITY SERVICE AND RESPONSE TRAINING 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-16 

AN ACT to require, on an emergency basis, the Mayor to issue a plan on the inclusion of Advisory 
Neighborhood Commissioners in emergency training services to assist in the mitigation of, 
preparedness for, response to and recovery from major disasters and other emergency situa- 
tions, in concert with District, federal, and private sector emergency operations plans. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "One City Service and Response Training Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. A plan to train Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners. 

(a) Within 90 days of the effective date of this act, the Mayor shall submit a plan to the 
Council on instituting a program to train Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners in respond- 
ing to emergency situations to assist the efforts of the Homeland Security and Emergency 
Management Agency. 

(b) In addition to other emergency situation training, the plan shall include training to 
properly respond to snow emergencies and down, or damaged, power lines. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1- 204.12(a)). ' 

APPROVED: February 15, 2011. 



HOWARD THEATRE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT GREAT 

STREETS INITIATIVE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-17 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great 
Streets Initiative Tax Increment Financing Act of 2010 to authorize the inclusion of real 
property possessory interest tax in the tax increment to be used to suppoi*t the bonds to be 
issued to finance the Howard Theatre redevelopment project. 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initiative Tax 
Increment Financing Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". : >t 

Sec. 2. Section 2(2) of the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great Streets Initia- 
tive Tax Increment Financing Act of 2010, effective December 7, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-275;': ; 57 
DCR 9873), is amended to read as follows: ;^,, ? yP 

"(2) "Available Real Property Tax Increment Revenues" means, for any fiscal year of the 
District, with respect to the Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project TIF Area,; the 
revenues resulting in that fiscal year from the imposition of the tax under Chapter 8 of 
Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code and the tax under section 47-1005.01 of 
the District of Columbia Official Code, including any penalties and interest charges, 
exclusive of the special tax provided for in section 481 of the Home Rule Act, pledged to the 
payment of general obligation indebtedness of the District, minus those same revenues 
generated in the Real Property Tax Base Year; provided, that such revenues are not 
otherwise exclusively committed to another purpose.". , , : - «/;}) 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ■.■">;,>■ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of ; the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

See/4. Effective date. ■ r^:'\^^T?'>X^:^ ^<'\-z^A'!y'/ '.,^\- U^.. 

This act shall take effect following Approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in 'effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Kule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12ta)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. /, ; .■■'.' ! .'i[ 



DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME EXTENSION OF 
HOURS EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-18 r ; 

AN ACT to extend, on an emergency basis, the hour during which certain alcoholic beverage 
licensees may operate during the beginning of daylight savings time, and to provide the Chief 
of Police the authority to suspend the privilege of an extended hour to a licensee whose 
operation presents a danger to the public health, safety, or' welfare. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 

act may be cited as the "Daylight Savings Time Extension of Hours Emergency Act of .2011" • 

Sec. 2. (a) Notwithstanding section 25-723 of the District of Columbia Official, Code, an 
alcoholic beverage licensee under an on-premises retailer's license may, during the 'beginning 
of daylight savings time pursuant to section 28-2711 of the District of Columbia Official Code, 
on Sunday, March 13, 2011, sell and serve alcoholic beverages between 3:00 a.m. and 4:00 
a.m., if the licensee: v ■ *. .: v : ri - ■ 

(1) Registers with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; ■■: ;r .-; 

(2) Pays a registration fee of $100; and ^ V;" TV; 

(3) Provides written notification, no later than Thursday, March 10, 2011, to the Alcoholic 
Beverage Control Board and Metropolitan Police Department of its extended hours of 
operation. ' 

(b) The fees collected pursuant to this act shall be deposited in the Alcoholic Beverage 
Regulation Administration Fund established, by section 25-210 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code. , i 

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(c) The Chief of Police may suspend a licensee's privilege to operate and sell or serve 
alcoholic beverage during the extended hour authorized by subsection (a) of this section if the 
licensee's operation presents a danger to the public health, safety, or welfare. 

(d) A violation of this act shall constitute a secondary violation subject to the penalties set 
forth in section 25-830(d) of the District of Columbia Official Code. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. 



DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER FEDERAL CONTRACT 

NO. SP0600-10-D-4037 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-19 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, District multiyear contract (Delivery Order No. 
DCAM-2010-T-4037 under federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037) to provide and deliver fuel 
to various District sites and to authorize payment for the goods and services received and to be 
received under that delivery order. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "District Multiyear Contract under Federal Contract No. 
SP0600-10-D-4037 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves a multiyear contract (Delivery Order No. DCAM-2010-T-4037 to provide and 
deliver fuel to various District sites under Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037) with 
Truman Arnold Companies, and authorizes payment in the estimated amount of $559,021.50 
for services received and to be received under the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 27, 2011. 

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DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER FEDERAL CONTRACT 



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NO. SP0600-10-D-4015 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT ,cin ' ,f * 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 



Act 19-20 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, District multiyear contract (Delivery Order No. 
« DCAM-2010-T-4015 under federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4015) to provide and deliver fuel 
to various District sites and to authorize payment for the goods and services received and to be 
received under that delivery order. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "District Multiyear Contract under Federal Contract No. , 
SP0600-10-D-4015 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". : ;H ; 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home, Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstandMg'lhe 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law £-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves a multiyear contract (Delivery Order No. DCAM-2010-T-4015) to provide and 
deliver fuel to various District sites under Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4015 with 
Isobunkers, LLC, and to authorize, the payment in l the , estimated amount of. |1 11,000 for 
services received and to be received under that delivery order. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statements ; ; \ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. I .?V" / 

.' This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § j-204.12(a)). ' ' ,, / 

APPROVED:: February 27, 2011. ■ *. : /^ 



DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER FEDERAL CONTRACT ™ 

NO. SP0600-10-D-4025 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT \^~ 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 7 ;/,;; ™i !h 

Act 19-21 < - ■'' i r >i.-> U'fri'^'in'wm;; km 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, District multiyear contract (Delivery Order v No. 
DCAM-2010-T-4025 under federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025) with petroleum ^Traders 
Corporation to provide fuel to various District locations and to authorize payment for, r the 
services received and to be received under the contract. ' ^ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Thajb this 
act may be cited as the "District Multiyear Contract under Federal Contract -, No. 
SP0600-10-D-4025 Approval and Payment AuthorizationEmergency Actof 2011". ; j ' _ 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act* approved 
December 24, 1973.(87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985^ 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2^301.05a), the Council 
approves a multiyear contract (Delivery Order No. DCAM-2010-T^4025 under Federal 

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Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025) with Petroleum Traders Corporation to provide fuel to 
various District sites and authorizes payment in the estimated amount of $188,237.40 for 
services received and to be received under the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. DCKA-2008-C-0091 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-22 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 1 and 2 to Contract No. 
DCKA-2008-C-0091 with DC Lines, Inc., for thermoplastic pavement marking services and to 
authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification Nos. 1 and 2 to Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091 with DC Lines, Inc., 
to provide thermoplastic pavement marking services to the District Department of Transpor- 
tation and to authorize payment in the amount of $1,396,522 for services received and to be 
received under that contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-20412(a)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. 

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CONTRACT NO. DCHC-2008-C-9091 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AN©' > 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ' n ISY 

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AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 with Unity Health 
Care, Inc. to provide pharmacy staffing and pharmacy management services at 7 public health" 
clinics and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 
contract. v 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 Modifications Approval ancl 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". ':-.'',,, u^ ., 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and noi^t^tanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement iPraetices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.G Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves modifications to Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 to provide pharmacy staffing 
and pharmacy management services at 7 public health clinics and authorizes the payment in 
the amount of $3,895,624 for services received and to be received under that contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. * ! i 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

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This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 

Mayor, action by the Council to override thereto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 

than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 

Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l~204.l2(a)). v - 

APPROVED: March!, 2011. - , ,';', ,.'^',o 



CONTRACT NO. GAGA-2010-C-0142 LETTER CONTRACT ANE> , ri 

DEFINITIVE CONTRACT APPROVAL AND PAYMENT v n m 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 n/m; 

v ■^■' '.■■■■—■■ ■ Act 19-24 ' ■ r ' i -i ■'"''■v.- >r^v.;-.r.rmy t w.An:t 

,?■■■. ; = ."■>*> ;.-:.- T - ' ;: ' ;rr fatfl'ysri 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the Letter Contract and Definitive Contract No. 
GAGA-2010-C-0142 with Revolution Foods, Inc. on behalf of the District of Columbia Public 
Schools Office of Food and Nutrition Services implementing a pilot program for portable meals 
designed to provide nutritious and appealing meals with superior service to every student every 
school day, both of which are necessary for nutritionally sound school breakfast, lunch, and 
supper as after-school meals that meet all requirements of the National School Lunch and 
School Breakfast Programs of the United States Department of Agriculture, and the Healthy 
Schools Act of 2010, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under 
k these contracts. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0i42 Letter Contract and DeSnitiy^ 
Contract Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2Q11"* , ; ^ ( j; J 

Sec; 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 

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effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Letter Contract and Definitive Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0142, which are 
necessary to continue the implementation of the food services pilot program for 7 District of 
Columbia public schools, and authorizes the payment not to exceed $1,183,806.40 for services 
received and to be received under these contracts. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788;' D.C. Official Code'§ l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. GAGA-2010-C-0146 LETTER CONTRACT AND 

DEFINITIVE CONTRACT APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-25 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the Letter Contract and Definitive Contract No. 
GAGA-2010-C-0146 with DC Central Kitchen on behalf of the District of Columbia Public 
Schools Office of Food and Nutrition Services implementing a pilot program for from-scratch 
meals designed to provide nutritious and appealing meals with superior service to every student 
every school day, both of which are necessary for nutritionally sound school breakfast, lunchj 
snack, and after-school meals that meet all requirements of the National School Lunch and 
School Breakfast Programs of the United States Department of Agriculture, and the Healthy 
Schools Act of 2010, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under 
these contracts . 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0146 Letter Contract and Definitive 
Contract Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Letter Contract and Definitive Contract No. GAGA-2010-C-0146, which are 
necessary to continue the implementation of the food services pilot program for 7 District of 
Columbia public schools, and authorizes the payment not to exceed $1,367,698.04 for services 
received and to be received under these contracts. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Cblumbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87> 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). . ■> > >■■:■,*.■:.:?..,;■• 

: APPROVED: March 1, 2011. " ; ' !'/' n 



FISCAL YEAR 2011 OFFICE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ' 

FACILITIES MODERNIZATION FUNDING - 

REVISED EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ; 

,.'. ; . ; ' "'.:' v * '.' ■' '' '.' Act 19-26 ■ ' . " ;; ]", r 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, funding for the Office of Public Education Facilities 
,: Modernization to initiate certain Fiscal Year 2011 High School Modernizations; to conduct the 
Fiscal Year 2011 Phase I Elementary and Middle School Modernizations; to fund fiscal year 
2010 shortfalls for certain projects in Wards 7 and 8; to fund collaborative planning coordinat- 
ed by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education; to fund the reconstruction of fire- 
damaged Takoma Elementary School; and to fund planning for the modernization of Ballou 
High School in accordance with the provisions of section 4132(a) and pursuant to the Master 
Facilities Plan adopted by section 4111 of the Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Support Act of 2010. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE ftlCTRi&T 6^ COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2011 Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization 
Funding Revised Emergency Actof 2011".' - ! '''-■'■ ,; , ; ^^- , , 

Sec. 2. (a) Notwithstanding language in section 4132(c) of the Fiscal Year 2011 Budget 
Support Act of 2010, effective September 24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; 57 DCR 6242), which,, 
except for projects underway, restricts the use of Fiscal' Year 2011 funding for projects 
identified as Modernizations Underway (YY130C), High School Modernizations (YY1.31C), 
Elementary/Middle School Modernizations (YY132C), and Selective Additions and New 
Construction (YY133C) until the Council approves a Capital Improvement Plan for the 'Office 
of Public Education Facilities Modernization ("OPEFM"), the Council authorizes: ; ■ 

(1) An amount of $0.00 for Modernizations Underway (YY130C); , : , 

(2) An amount of $153,633,000 for High School Modernizations (YY131C), including the 
following projects: ■■■^ - ■ :: . 

(A) H.D. Woodson High School, at $37,111,000; 

(B) Anacostia High School, at $22,432,000; ,\' T 4'^ 

(C) Wilson High School, at $75,198,000; ■ W,^vmO 

(D) Dunbar High School, at $9,000,000; t ^ 

1 (E) Cardozo High School, at $3,000,000; and ',. ,r^^ j(f 

(F) High School Capital Labor in the amount of $6,892,000; u^nluim 

1 (3) An amount of $72,081,000 for Elementary/Middle School Modernizations ^YYi32©)> 

including the following projects: '/' ' '^vo-iq^ 

"';" ;; (A) Hart Middle School, at $10,400,000; ; V ; ; ..'; ! ; ! '"_' V-.'!!,' /^^Xl 

(B) Green Elementary School, at $800,000;, ■/,,,■/ ■ ; ',., -r, ,,"', . \, :',,,- '{^Jril'^ri 
■(C) Maury Elementary School, at $3,500,000; ...... . t ...,,„> <„„ r.M? ,. . y . P 

(D) Seaton Elementary School, at $4,300,000; , ' '.,'' , /' r ~ J[ ' 1. 

'.,;,•'. \ .(E) Turner Elementary School, at $16,OOO,QO0; h ,, /, ■ : ' - ' ■ \"-< '■.".' ..".,;. 

(F) Janney Elementary School, at $17,240,000; - : > ;h i : >';: ; ' ; - ■■■■■,.:,■■. 

(G) Langley Elementary School, at $6,600,000; ■. ' r>P 
... (H) Moten Elementary School, at $3,000,000; 

(I) Logan Elementary School, at $1,140,000; 

(J) Jefferson Middle School, at $1,350,000; and > ,■ ; ; ^ 

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(K) Additional Work at 2010 Phase I Schools to make up for a fiscal year 2010 funding 
shortfall of $2,870,000 at the following Ward 7 and Ward 8 schools: 

(i) Thomas Elementary School, at $270,000; 

(ii) Martin Luther King Elementary School, at $750,000; 

(iii) Johnson Middle School, at $1,850,000; and 

(iv) Elementary/Middle School Capital Labor in the amount of $4,227,000; 

(4) An amount of $1,500,000 to support collaborative master planning and public and 
charter school planning as envisioned in District of Columbia law by the Deputy Mayor for 
Education to include partnerships for planning with District of Columbia Public Schools, 
District of Columbia Public Charter School Board, Office of Planning, and Office of Public 
Education Facilities Modernization. This amount of funding shall also provide for the 
development of a middle school arts initiative and program and for planning for the 
accommodation of Bruce Monroe at Parkview; 

(5) An amount of $0.00 for Selective Additions and New Construction (YY133C); and 

(6) An amount of $35,130,000 for Stabilization (YY230C), including $1,673,000 for Stabili- 
zation Capital Labor. 

Sec, 3. Reprogramming of capital budget for Takoma Elementary School, 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $14,385,237 for 
the reconstruction of Takoma Elementary School from the following sources of available 
balances of allotment, including any such fiscal year 2011 excess budget from project KE0 
SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Fund, necessary to fulfill this 
budget reprogramming: 



Agency 
Code 


Agency 
Name 


Budget 
Code 


Project Name 


Takoma ES 


AM0 


DRES 


AA902C 


RELOCATE DPW 
PARKING ENFORCE- 
MENT TO FORMER 
MEYER ES 


$ 5,000,000.00 


FA0 


MPD 


PD822C 


SHOTSPOTTER GUN 
DETECTION 


2,500,000.00 


FB0 


FEMS 


206SEC 


FIRE APPARATUS 


505,075.00 


GA0 


DCPS 


NB237C 


BELL-LINCOLN 

MODERNIZATION 


75,919.68 


HA0 


DPR 


RNQ01C 


NEW RECREATION 
FACILITIES 


7,463.68 


HT0 


DHCF 


HC501C 


COMMUNITY CLINIC 
CONSTRUCTION 


19,369.33 


HT0 


DHCF 


HC503C 


NATIONAL MEDICAL 

. CENTER 


715,945.00 


HT0 


DHCF 


HY501C 


DC General Hospital 


161,136.00 


HT0 


DHCF 


RA240C 


Medicaid Data Ware- 
house 


766,944.48 


GM0 


OPEFM 


BF201C 


IT SYSTEMS 


29,535.35 


GA0 


OPEFM 


SG101C 


ROOF REPLACE- 
MENTS 


303,754.41 


GM0 


OPEFM 


SG305C 


MODERNIZATION 


1,617.69 


GA0 


DCPS 


SG306C 


INTERIOR FINISH 
PROGRAM 


195,851.46 


GA0 


DCPS 


SG407C 


RANDLE HIGHLANDS 

ES 


248,318.66 



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Agency 
Code 


Agency 
Name 


Budget 
Code 


Project Name 


Takoma ES 


GMO 


OPEFM ' 


NI610C 


LECKIE ES-LIFE - ■ 
SAFETY CODE COM- 
PLIANCE, 


31,050.00 


GMO 


... OPEFM , 


NJ237Q 


MACFARLAND MS, ' 


: ^ 290,719.86 


GMO 


OPEFM 


OFM08C 


""' PUBLIC EI) FACILITY" 
MODERNIZATION '■ :ii 


r ■--"'■ 679,iM00 


GMO 


■., OPEFM 


^N0337C 


SOUSA ES-.MODERN-; 
IZATION ■\:"; ,i \. ; [ /V 




GMO" 


OPEFM 


YY133C 


SELECTIVE AJDDI-;/ '"'. 
TIONS/NEWCdfr-v 

struction ,;;....,■. 


750,b00lbo 


KAO : 


DDOT 


AF044A 


FY 2005 ASSET PRES- 
ERVATION 


1,329,804.82 


KAO 


DDOT 


02220A 


CENTER LEG FREE- 
WAY 


47^,896.60 


KEO . : 


.....WMATA; 


SA311C 


WMATA FUND FY 2011 
EXCESS BUDGET 


235,974.38 


TOTAL 








$ 14,385,237.00; 



Sec. 4. Reprogramming of capital budget for Janney Elementary School, ■■■■.■.■:■■■■< \ 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $4.1 million for 
an underground parking garage at Janney Elementary School in Ward 3 from the following 
sources of available balances of allotment, including any such fiscal year 20il excess budget 
from project KEO SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Fund, necessary 
to fulfill this budget reprogramming: 



Agency 
Code 


Agency Name 


Budget 
Code 


Project Name 


Janney ES Garage— 


GMO ' ' 


OPEFM 


GI541C 


DC SCHOOLS KITCHEN 

project •:' ; ._ 


/$<3&>8,Q00__ ..Ml. 


GMO 


OPEFM 


OFM08C 


PUBLIC ED FACILITY 
MODERNIZATION 


$ " 502,000 


TOTAL , 






^YU'aM ' 


H f $Xt00,000 OAi) 



Se*c. '5i Reprogramming of capital budget for Ballou High 'School I v ^ r OAH 

The Council approves the reprogramming of capital budget in the amount of $2.5 million for 
planning the modernization of Ballou High School in Ward 8 from the following solirces 7 6f 
available balances of allotment; including any such fiscal year 2011 excess budget from project 
KEO SA311C, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Fund, necessary to fulfill this 
budget reprogramming: 



Agency 
Code 


Agency 
Name 


Budget 
Code 


Project Name 


Ballon HS. 
Planning 


AM0 


DRES 


JB237C 


MODERNIZATION/ 
RENOVATIONS 


$ 644,077.44. 


AM0 


DRES 


TI901C 


FLORIDA AVENUE 
COMMUNITY ACTION. 
FACILITY 


1 500,000.00 " 


CR0 


DCRA 


CO340C 


DIGITIZATION OF THE .' 
OFFICE SURVEY 


2,535.00 


FRO . . ,.■:.■ 


FEMS 


LA722C 


E-7 FLEET 


., .■;, 1,000.00 



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Agency 
Code 


Agency 
Name 


Budget 
Code 


Project Name 


Ballon HS 
Planning 


FBO 


FEMS 


LE838C 


BURN BLDG 


26,823.97 , 


HAO 


DPR 


QI437C 


SITE IMPROVEMENT 


9,610.00 


HAO 


DPR 


RE004C 


BANNEKER FACILITY 
EXPANSION 


6,237.00 


GMO 


OPEFM 


NZ837C 


FACILITY UPGRADE 
(MERRITT) 


427,330.00 


GMO 


OPEFM 


SG305C 


MODERNIZATION 


130,744.27 


KEO 


WMATA 


SA311C 


WMATA FUND FY 2011 
EXCESS BUDGET 


751,642.32 


TOTAL 








$2,500,000.00 



Sec. 6. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 7. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: February 27, 2011. 



REINSTATED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 



Act 19-27 

AN ACT to require, on an emergency basis, the Mayor to review the status of separated District 
employees who have successfully challenged their separations, and were granted the ability to 
return to service by a statutorily recognized entity, and to submit a plan to the Council on the 
actions the District will take regarding those employees. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Reinstated Government Employee Review Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Report on reinstatement of separated employees. 

(a) Within 120 days of the effective date of this act, the Mayor shall review the status of all 
separated District employees, since January 3, 2007, who have in their favor a current 
employee appeal decision for reinstatement to service by a statutorily recognized entity, 
including the Public Employee Relations Board, the Office of Employee Appeals, the Office of 
Administrative Hearings, and the courts of the District of Columbia. 

(b) After the review in subsection (a) of this section is completed, the Mayor shall have 45 
days to issue a report to the Council on the status of each decision for reinstatement to 
service described in subsection (a) of this section, and the District's plan for each employee 
who is to be reinstated. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)X 

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Sec. 4. Effective date. ^ r . : ,\ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto b^'ffie 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia In 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (BT 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1- 204.12(a)). r;- ^^ />F 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. v., ". , 

■,'.■.■;■; '■;•■ ' : ..:., ■;*.; ' >"v:- y> X/ if-^vVi) _ ■ OMO 

..' ■ .;. :■■: -. ■ " ■ - v v^:, <-: > r '-^HO... -..JIM! 

PUBLIC SAFETY CIVILIAN EMERGENCY PERSONNELFURLOUQH, 
EXEMPTION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 r 

Act 19-28 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Emergency Act 
of 2011 to permit covered employees and correctional officers in certain agencies to be 
furloughed in pay periods subsequent to the 4 dates required but no later than July 31, 2011, 
and to permit a personnel authority to furlough on a subsequent date to the date required if 
the agency or instrumentality was unable to provide the specified notice but no later than July 

.:: 31,2Q11 ; . 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That; this 
act may be cited as the "Public Safety Civilian Emergency Personnel Furlough Exemptipn 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". V , ; ] 

Sec. 2. Section 2 of the Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Emergency Act of 2011, 
effective February 2, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-3; 58 DCB ), is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (b) is amended by adding a new paragraph (3) to read as follows: 

"(3)(A) Notwithstanding paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection, the 4 furlough days 
required under subsection (a) of this section may be scheduled oh alternate dates in the 
same or subsequent pay periods for covered employees, including correctional officers, 
working in an agency listed in this paragraph; provided, that each of the covered 
employees is furloughed the required 4;days by /July 31, 2011. This paragraph, shall apply 
to the: 

"(i) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services; ;eriiployees at the .Youth .^er^ices 
:, , Centerand at New Beginnings; /\:n^:jirr c r-n-ili\i.'-.., ; ,-/-.., .>.,w ; ; -mte-i 

"(ii) Department of Corrections correcti6hai :i "P^rs^ 
^,.., FaeiKty; ■ , ; ,, ]A , vy) yr ■ Yv; v -^y }[/ ;-vi m 

"(iii) Office of Unified Communications employees;,. and ■ .;■;» ....,■■_.■ ., ■ v; . Jn j^ 

"(iv) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner employees. ■-.„-. v 

f ■; ; f . "(B) The Mayor shall have discretion in the application of the furlough provided/ under 
, this paragraph.". ..-'■■: ;.,;■!'.'>■■■>■, 

(b) Subsection (e) is amended as follows: l , ' V 1 ;' ; '. ; 
(1) The existing text is designated as paragraph (1). , . L J " 

, ,(2) A new paragraph (2) is added to read as follows: ,,,,:. 

"(2) If an employing agency or instrumentality is unable to give notice in accordahee 
with paragraph (1) of this subsection for the unpaid furlough day specified by subsection 
(a)(2)(A) of this section, or schedule the furlough day as required by this act, the employing 
agency or instrumentality, in consultation with the applicable personnel authority,, shall 
schedule the furlough day on an alternate date in any subsequent pay period on or before 

,;jufr si, 2611,". ■ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. .*,'*.' :;.;';■■,,.; ;- , ;■■:< ■■.■<"■ 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4, Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 1, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. POFA-2006-C-0066 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-29 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, modifications to Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 with 
American Traffic Solutions, Inc., to operate an automated traffic safety enforcement system 
and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTEICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87' Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law S-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification No, 14 and proposed Modification No. 15 to Contract No. 
POFA-2006-C-0066 to operate an automated traffic safety enforcement system and author- 
izes payment in the not-to-exceed amount of $4,900,836.81 for services received and to be 
received under the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override tHe veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 15, 2011. 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTING MODERNIZATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-30 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Annual Audited 
Financial Reports Act of 1993 to require annual financial reporting requirements and enhance 
the surveillance of the financial condition of insurance companies by requiring the establish- 

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ment of audit committees with certain enumerated responsibilities, by prohibiting insurers 
from indemnifying their independent auditors and auditors from providing certain non-audit 
services, by directing auditors and accountants to communicate certain internal control related 
matters in the annual audit, by proscribing certain conduct of officers and directors in 
connection with the preparation of certain required financial reports and documents; and by 
requiring management to file reports of internal control over financial reporting. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF GOLUMB I A^^at this 
act may be cited as the "Annual Financial Reporting Modernization; Congressional Reyiew 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". , ; .- ;;:/■..;■■; , '., ; ;^ n /): '■ \\ i,/i 

Sec. 2. The Annual Audited Financial Reports Act of 1993, effective October: c21;il993 
(D.C. Law 10-48; D.C. Official Code § 31-301 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 31-301) is amended as follows: 

(1) New paragraphs (1A) and (IB) are added to read as follows: . ' :! , , v , , „ , 

"(1 A) -"Affiliate" or "affiliated person" means an individual or entity that directly, or 
indirectly through one or more intermediaries, controls, is controlled by, or is under 
common control with, the individual or entity. 

"(IB) "Audit committee" means a committee established by the board of directors of an 
;.:■ entity for the purpose of overseeing the accounting and financial reporting processes of, an 
insurer or group of insurers and the audits of financial statements of the insurer or group 
„■ of insurers. The audit committee of any entity that controls a group of insurers may be 
deemed to be the audit committee for one or more of the controlled insurers for the 
purposes of this act at the election of the controlling person pursuant to section 12a(e;)>. If 
an audit committee is not designated by the insurer, the insurer's entire board of directors 
shall constitute the audit committee.". 

(2) A new paragraph (2A) is added to read as follows: 

"(2A) "Indemnification" means an agreement of indemnity or a release from liability jdf 

the intent or effect is to shift or limit in any manner the potential liability of the person or 

firm for failure to adhere to applicable auditing or professional standards, whether or riot 

. resulting in part from knowing of other misrepresentations made by the insurer/ or its 

representatives.". ; . ^ ; ^Vf 

(3) New paragraphs (3A) and (3B) are added to read as follows: - ; ; v' 1 '^ VWf 

"(3A) "Group of insurers" means those licensed insurers included in the reporting 

requirements of the Holding Company System Act of 1993, effective October 21, 1993 (DiC. 

Law 10-44; D.C. Official Code § 31-701 et s'eq\ ov a set of insurers as identified by 

.. management for the purpose of assessing the effectiveness of internal control over financial 

reporting. ; .; 

"(3B) "Internal control over financial reporting" means a process effected by an .entity's 
, board of directors, management, and other personnel designed to provide reasonable 
assurance regarding the reliability of the financial statements, including compliance with 
sections 4(2) through (7), and includes such other policies and procedures that: 

\ "(A) Pertain to the maintenance of. records that, in reasonable detail, accurately and 
fairly reflect the acquisition and disposition of assets;- , :,;■;! J 

"(B) Provide reasonable assurance that: ■■:,.. ,.■. .a: v ; /i^l r rjA 

"(i) Transactions are recorded as necessary to permit preparation of the financial 

statements; or 
"(ii) Receipts and expenditures are made only in, accordance with management and 

director authorization; and \'[. \ i : l J^' : ■- 

"(C) Provide reasonable assurance regarding: 

"(i) Prevention or timely detection of unauthorized acquisitions; or 

"(ii) The use or disposition of assets that could have a material effect on the financial 
statements.". . . '"; . '. ' • 

(4) New paragraphs (5) through (8) are added to read as follows: \ v..;". 

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"(5) "SEC" means the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. 

"(6) "Section 404" means section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, approved July 
30, 2002 (116 Stat. 745; 15 U.S.C. § 7201 et seq.\ and the rules and regulations promulgat- 
ed thereunder. 

"(7) "Section 404 Report" means management's report on internal control over financial 
reporting as defined by the SEC and the related attestation report of the independent 
certified public accountant. 

"(8) "SOX Compliant Entity" means an entity that is required to be compliant with or is 
voluntarily compliant with: 

"(A) Section 10A(h) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, approved June 6, 1934 
(105 Stat. 762; 15 U.S.C. § 7Sj-l(h)) (preapproval requirements); 

"(B) Section 10A(m)(3) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, approved December 22, 
1995 (109 Stat. 762; 15 U.S.C. § 78j-l(m)(3)) (audit committee independence require- 
ments); and 

"(C) The internal control over financial reporting requirements of Section 404 and 17 
C.F.R. § 229.308 (Item 308 of SEC Regulation S-K).". 

(b) Section 3 (D.C. Official Code § 31-302) is amended as follows: 

(1) The section designation is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec, 3. General requirements for filing audited financial reports and audit committee 
appointments; extensions.". 

(2) New subsections (c) and (d) are added to read as follows: 

"(c) If an extension is granted in accordance with the provisions in subsection (b) of this 
section, an extension for the same 30-day period shall be granted for the filing of a 
management's report of internal control over financial reporting. 

"(d) An insurer required to file an annual audited financial report pursuant to this act shall 
establish an audit committee. If the insurer is controlled by a controlling person or entity, 
the audit committee of the controlling entity, in compliance with section 12a(e), may serve as 
the audit committee for the subject insurer for purposes of this act.". 

(c) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 31-303) is amended as follows: 

(1) The lead-in text is amended by striking the word "Mayor" and inserting the phrase 
"jurisdiction where it is domiciled" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (6) is amended to read as follows: 

"(6) Notes to the financial statements, which shall: 

"(A) Be those required by the appropriate NAIC annual statement instructions and 
the NAIC Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual; and 

"(B) Include a reconciliation of differences, if any, between the audited statutory 
financial statement and the annual statement filed pursuant to the Required Annual 
Financial Statements and Participation in the NAIC Insurance Regulatory Information 
System Act of 1993, effective October 21, 1993 (D.C. Law 10-42; D.C. Official Code 
§ 31-1901 et seq.), and' a written description of the nature of these differences; and". 

(d) Section 5(b) (D.C. Official Code § 31-304(b)) is amended by striking the word "Mayor" 
the second time it appears and inserting the phrase "jurisdiction where it is domiciled" in its 
place. 

(e) Section 6 (D.C. Official Code § 31-305) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) The Mayor shall not recognize a person or firm as a qualified independent certified 
public accountant if the person or firm: 

"(1)(A) Is not in good standing with the American Institute of Certified Public Account- 
ants in all jurisdictions in which the accountant is licensed to practice; or 

"(B) For a Canadian or British company, that is not a chartered accountant; or 

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"(2) Has either directly or indirectly entered into ah agreement of indemnity or release 
; from liability with respect to the audit of the insurer.". ■<.■,;- t : " 

(2) A new subsection (b-1) is added to read as follows: V .: .. i .;::<..'■"'?' : :; 

"(b-1) A qualified independent certified public accountant may enter into ah Agreement 
with an insurer to have disputes relating to , an audit resolved by mediation^ arbitration; 
provided, that in the event of a delinquency proceeding- commenced against the ;msurer<ninder 
the Insurers Rehabilitation and Liquidation Act of 1993, effective October 15^1993 {B^Law 
10-35; D.C. Official Code § 31-1301 et seq.) x , the mediation or, arbitration; prov^ipr^^shall 
operate at the option of the statutory successor?'. L lA .. 7 ■■■■■,. i,^;,^ firn^nuUr/ 

(3) Subsection (c) is amended to read as follows: . f . ; ^^ v, , ' nr :■■*>■ ( A;" 

"(c)(1) The lead or coordinating audit partner having primary responsibility for .i thei audit 
shall not act in that capacity for more than 5 consecutive years. A lead or coordinating 
auditor shall be disqualified from acting in that or a similar capacity for the same company or 
its insurance subsidiaries or affiliates for a period of 5 consecutive years. An insurer may 
make application to the Mayor for relief from the above rotation requirement on the ^asis of 
unusual circumstances. Any application shall be made at least 30 days before the end .of the 
calendar, year. The Mayor may consider the following factors in determining if the relief 
should be granted: '!■■.- -■■;>«..,-) 

"(A) The number of partners, the expertise of the partners, or the -number of 
.... ; | : insurance clients in the currently registered firm; 

"(B) The premium volume of the insurer: or ...iv:, 

"(C) The number of jurisdictions in which the insurer transacts business. ...,/;. c " i 

. . ; ( "(2) The insurer shall file, with its annual statement filing, the approval for relief from 

subsection (c)(1) of this section with the jurisdictions in which it holds a license or does 

business and the NAIC. If a nondomestic jurisdiction accepts electronic filing with the 

; NAIC, the insurer shall file the approval in an electronic format acceptable to the NAIC.". 

.,V : (4) Subsection (e) is amended by striking the phrase "a certified public accountant" and 
.';". inserting the phrase "an independent public accountant" in its place. ■ • 

(5) New subsections (f) through (k) are added to read as follows: ; r 

"(f)(1) The Mayor shall not recognize as a qualified independent certified public accountant, 
or accept an annual audited financial report, prepared in whole or in part by a independent 
certified public accountant, who provides to an insurer, contemporaneously with the audit, the 
following non-audit services: ft * 

"(A) Bookkeeping or other services related to the accounting records'. or financial 
, statements of the insurer; ,.> y i'< >....,,,' .. ■ ■ ■.<. 

■'■■'-" - "(B) Financial information systems design and implementation; ' ' • ; ' ; 

"(C) Appraisal or valuation services, fairness opinions, or contribution-in-kind reports; ' 

[■ "(D) (i) Actuarially-oriented advisory services involving the determination ... of amounts 
recorded in the financial statements. ■ ,., \ 

■ "(ii) The accountant may assist an insurer in understanding the methods, assump- 
tions, and inputs used in the determination of amounts recorded in the financial 
statement only if it is reasonable to conclude that the services provided will not sbe 
/, subject to audit procedures during an audit of the insurer's financial statements. An 
accountant's actuary may also issue an actuarial opinion or certification of an insurer's 
reserves if the following conditions have been met: 

"(I) The accountant or the accountant's actuary has riot performed any manage- > 
ment functions or made any management decisions; 

'*■■ M "(II) The insurer has competent personnel or engages a. third-party actuary' to 
estimate the reserves for which management takes responsibility; and 

■ '<■ ; ' "(III) The accountant's actuary tests the reasonableness of the reserves after the 
insurer's management has determined the amount of the reserves; 

"(E) Internal audit outsourcing services; 

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"(F) Management functions or human resources; 

"(G) Broker or dealer, investment adviser, or investment banking services; 

"(H) Legal services or expert services unrelated to the audit; or 

"(I) Any other services that the Mayor determines, by rule, are impermissible. 
"(2) The principles of independence with respect to services provided by the qualified 
independent certified public accountant are predicated on 3 basic principles: the accountant 
cannot function in the role of management; the accountant cannot audit its own work; and 
the accountant cannot serve in an advocacy role for the insurer. A violation of one or more 
of these principles shall impair the accountant's independence. 

"(g) An insurer having direct written and assumed premiums of less than $100 million in 
any calendar year may request an exemption from subsection (f)(1) of this section. The 
insurer shall file with the Mayor a written statement explaining why the insurer should be 
exempt. If the Mayor finds, upon review of the statement, that compliance with subsection 
(f)(1) of this section would constitute a financial or organizational hardship on the insurer, an 
exemption may be granted. 

"(h) A qualified independent certified public accountant who performs the audit may 
engage in other non-audit services, including tax services, that are not described in or do not 
conflict with subsection (f) of this section, if the audit committee provides advance approval in 
accordance with subsection (i) of this section. 

"(i) All auditing services and non-audit services provided to an insurer by a qualified 
independent certified public accountant shall be preapproved by the audit committee. The 
preapproval requirement shall be waived with respect to non-audit services if: 

"(1) The insurer is a SOX Compliant Entity or a direct or indirect wholly-owned 

subsidiary of a SOX Compliant Entity; or 

"(2)(A) The aggregate amount of all such non-audit services provided to the insurer 
constitutes no more than 5% of the total amount of fees paid by the insurer to its qualified 
independent certified public accountant during the fiscal year in which the non-audit 
services are provided; 

"(B) The services were not recognized by the insurer at the time of the engagement to 
be non-audit services; and 

"(C) The provision of services is promptly brought to the attention of the audit 
committee and approved prior to the completion of the audit by the audit committee or 
by one or more members of the audit committee who are the members of the board of 
directors to whom authority to grant such approvals has been delegated by the audit 
committee. 

"(j) The audit committee may delegate to one or more designated members of the audit 
committee the authority to grant the preapproval required by subsection (i) of this section. 
Any decision by a member or members to whom authority has been delegated to preapprove 
certain audit and non-audit services shall be formally presented to the full audit committee at 
its next regularly scheduled meeting. 

"(k)(l) The Mayor shall not recognize an independent certified public accountant as 
qualified for a particular insurer if a member of the board, president, chief executive officer, 
controller, chief financial officer, chief accounting officer, or any person serving in an 
equivalent position for that insurer was employed by the independent certified public 
accountant and participated in the audit of the insurer during the one-year period preceding 
the date the most current statutory opinion is due. This paragraph shall apply only to 
partners and senior managers involved in the audit. An insurer may make application to the 
Mayor for relief from the requirement of this paragraph on the basis of good cause. 

"(2) The insurer shall file, with its annual statement filing, any approval for relief 

. obtained pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subsection with the jurisdictions in which it holds 

a license or does business and with the NAIC. If a nondomestic jurisdiction accepts 

electronic filing with the NAIC, the insurer shall file the approval in an electronic format 

acceptable to the NAIC". 

(f) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code § 31-307) is amended as- follows: 

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(1) The section title is amended by striking the word "examination" and Inserting the 
word "audit" in its place. ..■,■' \ -:.;, ; iy> 

(2) Strike the word "examination" and insert the word "audit" in its place. , \ ■; *» 

, (3) New 2nd and 3rd sentences are added to read as follows: 

"In accordance with AU section 319 of the Professional Standards of the American Institute 
of Certified Public Accountants, Consideration of Internal Control in a Financial Statement 
Audit, the independent certified public accountant shall obtain a sufficient understanding of 
the insurer's internal controls to ensure that the audit plan is effective. To the extent 
required by AU section 319, for those insurers required to file a management's report of 
internal control over financial reporting pursuant to section 12c, the independent certified 
public accountant shall consider the most recently available management reports in planning 
and performing the audit of the statutory financial statements.". ■ r 

(4) Strike the phrase "consideration should" and insert the phrase "consideration shall" 
• in its place. ■ ' < [ 

(g) Section 9 (D.C. Official Code § 31-308) is amended as Mowsf , 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: ;; ' , : , 

"(a)(1) The insurer required to furnish the annual audited financial report shalLrequire the 
independent certified public accountant to report, in writing, within 5 business days to the 
board of directors or its audit committee any determination by the independent certified 
public accountant that, as of the. balance sheet date currently under audit, the insurer:, 

"(A) Has materially misstated its financial condition as reported to the Mayor; i " -'>' • -■■] 

"(B) Does not meet the minimum capital and surplus requirement pursuant to ; section 
8 of chapter III of the Life Insurance Act, approved June 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 1145; D.C. 
Official Code § 31-2502.13), and section 13 of chapter II of the Fire and Casualty'Act, 
approved October 9, 1940 (54 Stat. 1070; D.C. Official Code § 31-4408); or ;.;, ,<■, 

"(C) Does not meet the minimum net worth requirements of section 13 of the Health 
Maintenance Organization Act of 1996, effective April 9, 1997 (D.C. Law 11-235; B.C. 
< Official Code § 31-3412)^ j.iw 

"(2) An insurer who has received a report pursuant to this subsection shall forward a 
"> copy of the report to the Mayor within 5 ' business days of receipt of the report arid shall 
provide the independent certified public accountant making the report with evidence of the 
report being furnished to the Mayor. If the independent certified public accountant falls to 
receive the evidence within the r&quiried 5-business-day period, the independent certified 
public accountant shall furnish to the Mayor a copy of its report within the next 5 business 
; days,". ... .,,, , )n , ; _ .,,, ...... \-. h ,. ./.'V ;:■>■ . 

•■ (2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "independent public" and inserting 
the phrase "independent certified public" in : its place. >.,;■■■■ : . :■•■■■ . \; .; ; ^*i r^ : - ^?f 

(h) Section 10 (D.C. Official Code § 31-309) is amended to read as M^^^ 

"Sec. 10, Communication of internal control related ..matters, noted, in .audit ; : f * )t , ( : > 

"(a) In addition to the annual audited financial reporti^n^insurervshallrurnish^thei Mayor 
with a written communication regarding any unremediated material weaknesses in its internal 
controls over financial reporting noted during the audit. Ifnrio unremediated material 
weaknesses were noted during the audit, the insurer shall submit a written communication 
stating this fact to the Mayor. The communication shall be prepared by the independent 
certified public accountant within 60 days after the filing of the annual audited financial 
report and shall contain a description of any unremediated material weakness, as of 
December 31 immediately preceding, in the insurer's internal control over financial reporting 
noted by the accountant during the course of their audit of the financial statements. 

"(b) The insurer shall provide a description of the remedial actions taken or those being 
proposed to correct unremediated material weaknesses if the actions are not described in the 
independent certified public accountant's communication to the insurer.". 

(i) Section 12 (D.C. Official Code § 31-311) is amended as follows: „ . ■ ' - : ,- . 

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(1) The section title is amended by striking the word "certified" and inserting the phrase 
"independent certified" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

"(A) Strike the phrase "For the purposes of this act, the term" and insert the phrase 
"For the purposes of this section, the term" in its place. 

"(B) Strike the word "examination" wherever it appears and insert the word "audit" in 
its place. 

(3) The 1st sentence of subsection (b) is amended by striking the word "examination" 
and inserting the word "audit" in its place. 

(j) New sections 12a, 12b, and 12c are added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 12a. Requirements for audit committees. 

"(a) The audit committee shall be directly responsible for the appointment, compensation, 
and oversight of any accountant, including the resolution of disagreements between manage- 
ment and the accountant regarding annual financial reporting required by this act. Each 
accountant shall report directly to the audit committee. 

"(b) Each member of the audit committee shall be a member of the board of directors of 
the insurer or a member of the board of directors of an entity elected pursuant to subsection 
(e) of this section. 

"(c) To be considered independent for purposes of this section, a member of the audit 
committee shall not, except in his or her capacity as a member of the audit committee, the 
board of directors, or any other board committee, accept any consulting, advisory, or other 
compensatory fee from the entity, or be an affiliated person of the entity or any subsidiary 
thereof; provided, that if board participation by otherwise non-independent members is 
legally required, such members may participate on the audit committee and be designated as 
independent for audit committee purposes unless they are an officer or employee of the 
insurer or one of its affiliates. 

"(d) If a member of the audit committee ceases to be independent for reasons outside the 
member's reasonable control, the member, upon notice to the Mayor, may remain an audit 
committee member until the earlier of the next annual meeting or one year from the 
occurrence of the event causing the member to be no longer independent. 

"(e) Prior to exercising the election of designating an audit committee pursuant to this act, 
the ultimate controlling person shall provide written notice to the Mayor. The written notice 
shall be made timely prior to the issuance of the statutory audit report and include a 
description of the basis for the election. An insurer may change its election by providing 
written notice to the Mayor with a description of the basis for the change. The election shall 
remain in effect until rescinded. 

"(f)(1) The audit committee shall require the accountant performing an audit pursuant to 
this act to report timely to the audit committee, in accordance with the requirements of SAS 
61, Communication with Audit Committees, or its successor, the following: 

"(A) All significant accounting policies and material permitted practices; 

"(B) All material alternative treatments of financial information within statutory 
accounting principles that have been discussed with management of the insurer, the 
ramifications of the use of the alternative disclosures, and the treatment preferred by the 
accountant; and 

"(C) Any other material written communication between the accountant and the 
management of the insurer, including any management letter or schedule of unadjusted 
differences. 

"(2) If an insurer is a member of an insurance holding company system, the reports 
required by paragraph (1) of this subsection may be provided to the audit committee on an 
aggregate basis for the insurers in the holding company system; provided, that any 
substantial differences among insurers in the system are identified to the audit committee. 

"(g) The following criteria shall apply for determining the required proportion of indepen- 
dent audit committee members: 

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"(1) If, during the prior calendar year, direct written and assumed premiums do) not 
exceed $300 million, there shall be no minimum requirement. . ' ■ ■ vfmi" 

"(2) If, during the prior calendar year, direct written and assumed premiums exceed 
$300 million, but do not exceed $500 million, 50% or more of members shall be independent. 

"(3) If, during the prior calendar year, direct written and assumed premiums exceed 
$500 million, 75% or more of its members shall be independent 

"(h) An insurer with direct written and assumed premiums of less than $500 million, 
excluding premiums reinsured with the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation and Federal 
Flood Program, may make application to the Mayor for an exemption from this section based 
on hardship. An insurer that has been granted an exemption pursuant to this section shall 
file such approval, together with its annual statement filing, with the states in which it holds a 
license or does business and the NAIC. If the nondomestic state accepts electronic 1 filing 
with the NAIC, the insurer shall file the approval in an electronic format acceptable" tb; the 
NAIC. , ■ ■■■■■■ ■.,.,• 

"(i) Prior calendar year direct written and assumed premiums shall be' the combined total 
of direct premiums and assumed premiums from non-affiliate's i for 'the reporting entities. 

"(j) This section shall not apply to: - J ^ " ' ;;; l / ;■'" 

"(1) Foreign or alien insurers licensed in the District; or " ; , 

"(2)- An insurer that is a SOX Compliant Entity or a direct or indirect wholly-owned 

subsidiary of a SOX Compliant Entity. 

"Sec. 12b, Conduct of insurer in connection with the preparation of required reports and 
documents. - : ...■■■■ ..>; , 

"(a) A director or officer of ari insurer shall not, in connection with any audit, review, 6r| 
communication required under ''.this act; "directly or indirectly: 

"(1) Make, or cause to be made, a "materially false or misleading statements ^ an 
accountant; or 

"(2) Omit to state, or cause another person to omit to state, any material fact necessary 
to make a statement made to an accountant,, in light of the circumstances under which they 
were made, riot misleading. .. ^ 1 

"(b)(1) A director or officer of an insurer, or any other person acting under the direction 

thereof, shall not, directly or indirectly, take any action to coerce, manipulate, mislead, or ; 

fraudulently influence any accountant engaged in the performance of an audit, pursuant to this 

■ act if the person knew or should have known that the action; if successful,: could result in. 

rendering the insurer's financial statements materially misleading. ,,, ;,),;, \- ,,,- ^n^v/ 

"(2) For the purposes of this subsection, actions that £ould % resiit,in reridering^ither 

: insurer's financial statements materially misleading include, acti^ 

to: , ...-; , v j v '■■;,; v..ij .r-vuf/i ot m> nkti 

"(A) Issue or reissue a report on an insurer's financial statements: Hthatais" Jnot) 

warranted, under the circumstances due to material violations of statutory accounting 

principles, generally accepted auditing standards, or other professional or regulatory 

standards; 

"(B) Not perform audit, review, or other procedures required by generally accepted 
auditing standards or other professional standards; 

"(C) Not withdraw an issued report; or ..„'..- h , 

"(D) Not communicate matters to an insurer's audit committee. >'■ - ; - 

"Sec. 12c. Management's report of internal control over financial reporting; 

: "(a) Ari insurer required to file an audited financial report pursuant to this act thiat has 
annual direct written and assumed premiums of at least $500 million, excluding premiums 
reinsured with the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation and Federal Flood Program, shall 
prepare a management's report of the insurer's or group of insurers' internal control over 
financial reporting. The report shall be filed with the Mayor along with the communication of 
internal control related -matters noted in an audit described in section 10. A managements 

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report of internal control over financial reporting shall be made as of December 31 
immediately preceding the date of the report. 

"(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, the Mayor may require an insurer to 
file a management's report of internal control over financial reporting if the insurer: 

"(1) Is in any RBC level event as provided in the Risk Based Capital Act of 1996, 
effective April 9, 1997 (D.C. Law 11-233; D.C. Official Code § 31-2001 et seq.\ and the 
Health Organizations RBC Amendment Act of 2002, effective June 18, 2003 (D.C. Law 
14-312; D.C. Official Code § 31-3851 etseq.); or 

"(2) Meets one or more of the standards of an insurer deemed to be in hazardous 
financial condition as provided in the Standards to Identify Insurance Companies Deemed 
to Be In Hazardous Financial Conditions Act of 1993, effective October 21, 1993 (D.C. Law 
10-43; D.C. Official Code § 31-2101 etseq.). 

"(c)(1) An insurer or a group of insurers that is (A) directly subject to Section 404; (B) part 
of a holding company system whose parent is directly subject to Section 404; (C) not directly 
subject to Section 404, but is a SOX Compliant Entity; or (D) a member of a holding 
company system whose parent is not directly subject to Section 404 but is a SOX Compliant 
Entity, may file its, or its parent's, Section 404 Report and an addendum that complies with 
the requirements of this section; provided, that those internal controls of the insurer or 
group of insurers having a material impact on the preparation of the insurer's or group of 
insurers' audited statutory financial statements were included in the scope of the Section 404 
Report. 

"(2) An addendum filed with a Section 404 Report shall be an affirmative statement by 
management that no material processes were excluded in the scope of the Section 404 
Report. If there are internal controls of the insurer or group of insurers that have a 
material impact on the preparation of the insurer's or group of insurers' audited statutory 
financial statements that were not included in the scope of the Section 404 Report, the 
insurer or group of insurers shall file: 

"(A) A report pursuant to this section; or 

"(B) A Section 404 Report and a report pursuant to this section that addresses those 
internal controls not covered by the Section 404 Report. 

"(d) A management's report of internal control over financial reporting shall include: 

"(1) A statement that management is responsible for establishing and maintaining 
adequate internal control over financial reporting; 

"(2) A statement that management has established internal control over financial report- 
ing and an assertion as to whether, to the best of management's knowledge and belief, after 
diligent inquiry, the internal control over financial reporting is effective to provide 
reasonable assurance regarding the reliability of financial statements prepared in accor- 
dance with statutory accounting principles; 

"(3) A statement describing the framework or processes by which management evaluates 
the effectiveness of its internal control over financial reporting; 

"(4) A statement describing the' scope of work that is included and whether any internal 
controls were excluded; 

"(5)(A) Disclosure of any unremediated material weaknesses in the internal control over 
financial reporting identified by management as of December 31 immediately preceding the 
date of the report. 

"(B) Management shall not be permitted to conclude that the internal control over 
financial reporting is effective if there is one or more unremediated material weaknesses 
in its internal control over financial reporting; 

"(6) A statement regarding the inherent limitations of internal control systems; and 

"(7) Signatures of the chief executive officer and the chief financial officer, or the 
equivalents thereof. 

"(e) Management shall document and make available during the course of any financial 
condition examination the basis upon which its assertions offered pursuant to this section are 

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made. Management may base its assertions, in part, on its review* monitoring, and 'testing -of 
internal controls undertaken in the normal course of its activities. ; ; 'hdh i mni:i 

"(f) Management shall have discretion as to the nature of the internal control framework 
used, and the nature and extent of documentation, to make its assertions in a cost effective 
manner and, as such, may include assembly of or reference to existing documentation. 

"(g) A management's report on internal control over financial reporting filed with the 
Mayor pursuant to this section, including any supporting documentation submitted in support 
thereof,* shall be kept confidential.". , ■' 

,(k) Section 13 (D.C. Official § 81-312) is amended as follows: . , , ',' .- t . 

(1) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: ' •'.;,, 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 1993" and, 
inserting the phrase "December 31, 2009" in its place. ..,: Jf-i 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase Reports required" and iriserting 
t " the phrase "reports and communications required" in its place. 

(2) New subsections (e) and (f) are added to read as follows: / 

"(e) Section 12a shall apply as of January 1, 2010. An insurer or group of insurers that 
was not required to have independent audit committee members or only a majority of 
independent audit committee members because their total written and assumed premiums 
were below the stated threshold levels provided in section 12a(g) for a given year shall have 
one calendar year to comply with the independence requirements following the year- the 
threshold is exceeded. An insurer that becomes subject to the independence requirements of 
this act as a result of a business combination shall have one calendar year following the date 
of acquisition or combination to comply with the independence requirements. 

; "(f) Sections 6(g) through (k) 1 ' and 12c shall apply as of the reporting period ending 
December 31, 2010, and each year 'thereafter. An insurer or group of insurers that is not 
required to file a report pursuant toi section 12c, but subsequently becomes subject to>jthe 
reporting requirements, shall have $ calendar years following the year the threshpld is 
exceeded to file a report. An insurer acquired in a business combination shall . Iiayj5 ; 2 
calendar years following the date of .acquisition or combination to comply with the reporting 
requirements.". i..^^.. > - . .-- .- -.- -■ 

Sec.3. 'Applicability! : v::w.v\ v > - '■••■v./--, ..>,:; : ./\ )ivy<\itili 

'■■ V* v^il'f'. ■' ''-: ■ ■/.:■■■ '. '■-; j.i-.. j ,;in ii-vn 

Section 2(e)(3) shall apply to audits of the year beginning January 1,;2010>; and thereafter. 

' Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. ^„ . . i ■< ^ ur^i ;.^ n <<• 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the cominittee^report |or (l the (Annual 
Financial Reporting Modernization Amendment Act of 2010, signed; 'by fche^Mayjornon 
December 9, 2010 (D.C. Act 18-638; 57 DCR 12418), as the fiscalimpact statement, required 
by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, r approved December ;24, J.J973 
(87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02 (c)(3)). v ■■■-■■■ . V<^!; 

Sec. 5. Effective date. ,?l V 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 15, 2011. .■..■■■> : ^ : , 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-32, § 4 

RENTAL HOUSING ACT EXTENSION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-31 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Rental Housing Act of 
1985 to extend the sunset provision to December 31, 2020. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Rental Housing Act Extension Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 907 of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective July 17, 1985 (D.C. Law 
6-10; D.C. Official Code § 42-3509.07), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 907. Termination. 

"All titles of this act, except titles III and V and section 908, shall terminate on December 
31, 2020.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Rental 
Housing Act Extension Amendment Act of 2010, signed by the Mayor on December 28, 2010 
(D.C. Act 18-650;. 58 DCR 16), as the fiscal impact statement required, by section 602(c)(3) of 
the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. 
'Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 15, 2011. 



THIRD & H STREETS, N.E. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL 
CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-32 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, section 47-4634 of the District of Columbia Official Code 
to clarify that the Third & H Streets, N.E. development project tax exemption includes leasing, 
and to make a technical change. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Third & H Streets, N.E. Economic Development Technical 
Clarification Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 47-4634(b) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Strike the phrase "including the financing, refinancing, or reimbursing" and insert the 
phrase "including the leasing, financing, refinancing, or reimbursing" in its place. 

(b) Strike the phrase "§ 42-1102" and insert the phrase "§ 42-1103" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

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This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)>. ^ 

'APPROVED: March 15,2011. - > ■ ■ ■ ■:- S-r^^i o) T)/ VJ, 



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REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION EStA^ISjftME^T ! 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 26il ' »-''"»"™" 

Act 19-33' ^v"^^:-. !■:=;■ ^■.h.VMrr-^o.M.a ;0Wi 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establish- 
ment Act of 2()i0 to provide a delayed applicability date for the act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2010, signed by| 
the Mayor on January 28, 2011 (D.C. Act 18-714; 58 DCR 963), is amended by adding a neW 
section 3a to read as follows: l ' : ' ' 

"Sec. 3a. Applicability. 

1 "Sections 2 and 3 shall apply as of October i, 2011.". ' ' ; ., 

.'. Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. . ,\ ? 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 1 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for ^merg^ncy^actspf the Council of the District of pplumbrapin 
section 412(a) of the District of ,0oWtoia- Home, Rule Act; approved December 24; 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code H^0il2(^r :;i,: - - 

APPROVED: March 15, 2011. *<''!.. iin j.*-? 



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NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 'WJ&Sfr'^ 

DESIGNATION EMERGENCY AME^D1\IEN^ ^TJjQF %$& T1 }Vll 

Act 19-40 ."■■ iife'fo bA vyv-r- i-aft wJtiv)'itt' f -'y) 

An Act to amend, on an emergency basis, the Not-for-Profit Hospiial Gbrpbratidn' Establishment 
. Temporary Amendment Act of 2010 to authorize the Mayor to designate the chairperson of the 
Board of Directors of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. ( 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; Thktthis 
act may be cited as the "Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Board Chairperson Designation 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". ,.-■ . , f , . , v ..?';■ 

Sec. 2. Section 104(f) of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation' Establishment Tempo- ; 
rary Amendment Act of 2010, effective October 26, 2010 (D.C Law 18-254; 57 DCR 8069), is* 
amended to read as follows: . ■ ; » >\ *:.,- W / 

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"(f) The Mayor shall designate a chairperson from among the members who shall serve in 
that capacity at the pleasure of the Mayor.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-20412(a)). 

APPROVED: March 21, 2011. 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-41 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 11 and 12 and Proposed Modification 
No. 13 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 to provide job placement and retention services to 
the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 
contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification Nos. 11 and 12 and Proposed Modification No. 13 to Contract No. 
DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 with Maximus, Inc., to provide job placement and retention services 
and authorizes payment in the amount of $1,650,000 for services received under that contract 
for the period October 28, 2010 through June 30, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the 1 Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 26, 2011. 

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MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-028 APPROVAL. 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ™ at 

Act 19-42 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis. Modification Nos. 11 and 12 and Proposed Modification 
No. 13 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-028 to provide job placement and retention services to 
the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 

, : t! .contract.! v ;-.. 

; BJE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That;thjs 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DC JA-2006-D-DL-028 Approval ; and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". A -, ' -'■'^ ,l:^H 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home ;Rule Act, y approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March. 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code §• 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification Nos. 11 and 12 and Proposed Modification No. 13 to Contract No. 
DCJAr2006-D-DL-028 with Pilgrim A.M.E. Church to provide job placement and; retention 
services and authorizes payment in the amount of $1,650,000, for services received under that 
contract f6r the period from October 28, 2010 through June 30, 2011r ;:.-.- 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). s , : ■ 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). „ ; ; ; ; 

APPROVED: March 26, 2011. , 

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CLEAN AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY FISCAL YEAR 2011 FUNR ;i! 
BALANCE EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011) /ofj^ 

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^;. :in;':.l, *.-. i-.- : - ' Act 19-43 ■ ■■'■■■■'&kn&- 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008, to 
authorize continuing expenditures for the Renewable Energy Incentive Program in fiscal year 
2011 from existing fund balances in the Sustainable Energy Trust Fund. 

'BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; THat this 
act may be cited as the "Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Tear 20ll Fund 'Balance 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 210(c)(7) of the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008, effective October 
22, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-250; D.C. Official Code § 8-1774.16(0X7)), is amended by striking the 
phrase "$1,106 million" and insertmg the phrase "$1,806 million" in its place. 

.Sec. 3. Section 6073 of the Clean .and Affordable Energy Amendment Act of 2010, 
effective September 24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; 57 DCE 6242), is amended by striking the 
phrase "October 1, 2011" and inserting the phrase "October 1, 2010" in its place. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. < l v -■■■,-.'■ <■' , , ; i v ^ 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-44, § 2(b) 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: March 26, 2011. 



ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. SENIOR RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT 
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY 

ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-44 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to clarify that portions of Lots 0038, 0923, and 0924, Square 5730 were consolidat- 
ed into Lot 0218, Square 5730 and that Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., 
will convey the real property located at Lot 0218, Square 5730 to Alabama Ave. Affordable 
Housing, L.P., and to exempt Lot 0218 from taxation so long as the property is used for 
affordablehousing purposes. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project Property Tax 
Exemption Clarification Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) The table of contents for section 47-4641 is amended to read as follows: 

"§ 47-4641. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project; Lots 0024, 0025, 
0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0218, 0923, 0924 and 0925, Square 5730.". 

(b) Section 47^641 is amended to read as follows: 

"§ 47-4641. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential Rental Project; Lots 0024, 0025, 
0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0218, 0923, 0924 and 0925, Square 5730. 

"(a) For purposes of this section, the term: 

"(1) "Affordable rental housing project" means a housing development in which units are 
primarily rented to households with incomes that are not more than 60% of area median 
income (adjusted for household size), as such amount of area median income is determined 
by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, including any 
tenant services or other improvements and facilities related thereto or that is otherwise in 
compliance under applicable use restrictions during a federal low-income housing tax credit 
compliance period or in connection with any other federal program governing income and 
use restrictions at the property. 

"(2) "Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project" means the acquisition, con- 
struction, rehabilitation, equipping, including the financing, refinancing, or reimbursing of 
costs incurred therefore, of an affordable rental housing project, including any tenant 
services and any other improvements and facilities related thereto, located on the real 
property at Lot 0218, Square 5730. 

"(3) "Alabama Avenue Apartments Property" means the real property, including any 
improvements thereon, located at Lot 0218, Square 5730 which were consolidated from 
portions of Lots 0038, 0923, and 0924, Square 5730. 

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"(4) "Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P." means the entity established by Allen 
Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., for the purposes of developing 1 the 
Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project. The entity is comprised of Vision of 
Victory CDC, a subsidiary of Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., which 
holds a 51% interest in the entity, and NHP Foundation, a nonprofit affordable housing 
developer/owner, which owns a 49% interest in the entity. 

"(b) The real property described as lots 0024, 0025, 0026, 0038, 0214, 0215, 0923, 0924 and 
0925, Square 5730, owned by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., or by an 
entity controlled, directly or indirectly, by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 
Inc., shall be exempt from the tax imposed by Chapter 8 of this title so long as the real 
property is owned by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., or by an entity 
controlled, directly or indirectly, by Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Inc., 
and not used for commercial purposes, subject to the provisions of §§ 47-1005, 47-1007, and 
47-1009. 

"(c) The Alabama Avenue Apartments Property, which will be transferred ffoni Allen 
Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Churchy Inc., to Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P., 
shall be exempt from the tax imposed by Chapter 8 of this title so long as the real property is 
used as an affordable rental housing project and is not used for commercial purposes, subject 
to the provisions of §§ 47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009. 

"(d) The exemptions and abatements provided in subsection (c) of this section shall run 
With. Lot 0218, Square 5730 and shall apply to any subsequent ^ owner or 'assignee or successor 
in interest of Alabama Avenue Affordable Rental Housing Project, provided the' Alabama 
Avenue Apartments Property is used as an affordable rental housing project and is not used 
for commercial purposes.". ( . ^i 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. . ■-, .":■■> 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3). of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C.tDfficial Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec, 4. Effective date. 

This act shall fake effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency ^acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973:^(87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)); ! ,,\ ; , : , ;: / '•■>_. ; ,- : . , : , :^ r ,^00 



APPROVED: March 26, 2011. 



PUBLIC SAFETY LEGISLATION SIXTY-DAY L&Y5VEfr £ ^ 






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CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 . ^n(i 



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Act 19-45 



AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Revenue Act for Fiscal 
Year 1978 to require healthcare facilities to reimburse the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department for emergency ambulance services where the patient transport was a non- 
emergency or where the healthcare facility requested emergency ambulance services to other- 
wise avoid the cost of transport; to amend An Act To prevent the giving of false alarms of fires 
in the District of Columbia to increase the fine for giving a false alarm of fire, and to establish 
the criminal offense of using, or allowing the use of, the 911 call system to make a false or 
fictitious report or complaint; to establish the criminal offense of engaging in an unlawful 
protest targeting a residence; to amend section 23-581 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to add engaging in an unlawful protest targeting a residence as the basis for an arrest 

>'•■ that does not require the officer to obtain a warrant; to amend An act for the preservation" of 
the public peace and the protection of property within the District of Columbia and the District 

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of Columbia Law Enforcement Act of 1953 to revise the laws concerning disorderly conduct; to 
amend the District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 1986 to authorize good time credits 
for good behavior and for successful participation in educational and rehabilitative programs, 
work details, and special projects; to amend Chapter 6 of Title 28 of the District of Columbia 
Municipal Regulations to allow pretrial detainees and sentenced inmates to earn good time 
credits for good behavior and for successful participation in rehabilitation programs, work 
details, and special projects, with or without completion of the program, to account for the 
shorter duration of the average length of stay; to amend the Firearms Control Regulations Act 
of 1975 to establish that the penalty is solely civil for failure of a registrant to notify the Chief 
of Police of changes in material information regarding the registration, to delay the require- 
ment to microstamp pistols to January 1, 2013, and to clarify that gun offenders convicted at 
any time, who fall within the registration requirement's time period, shall register with the 
gun offender registry; to amend section 12-311 of the District of Columbia Official Code to 
clarify that the statute of limitations in asbestos injury cases is the later of either 3 years or 
one year after disability or death; to amend Chapter 7 of Title 16 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to establish that a judgment of restitution or reparation is enforceable in the 
same manner as a civil judgment, and may be enforced by the United States Attorney, the 
Attorney General for the District of Columbia, as well as the victim and other beneficiaries; to 
amend section 16-1005 of the District of Columbia Official Code to add language regarding 
animal cruelty in intrafamily offenses; to amend Chapter 23 of Title 16 of the District of 
Columbia Official Code to establish that a judgment of restitution or reparation is enforceable 
in the same manner as a civil judgment, and may be enforced by the Attorney General for the 
District of Columbia, as well as the victim and other beneficiaries; to amend Chapter 23 of 
Title 16 of the District of Columbia Official Code to allow public inspection of law enforcement 
records that pertain to a civil Notice of Violation; to amend the Omnibus Public Safety and 
Justice Amendment Act of 2009 to establish a misdemeanor prohibition for tampering with a 
GPS bracelet or electronic monitoring device, to include radio frequency identification systems, 
and to include incarcerated individuals; to amend An Act To establish a code of law for the 
District of Columbia to clarify the threshold for felony theft; to amend the Indeterminate 
Sentence Act to prohibit a juvenile from escaping from an institution or facility in which the 
juvenile was placed by the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services; to amend the Anti- 
Sexual Abuse Act of 1994 to establish a criminal penalty for arranging for a sexual act or 
contact with a real or fictitious child; to amend section 23-581 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to establish a warrantless arrest for the offense of misdemeanor sexual abuse; to 
amend The Youth Rehabilitation Act of 1985 to require gun offender registration for a youth 
whose conviction for a gun offense was set aside under the Youth Rehabilitation Act; to 
require a person selling 5 or more motor vehicles in one year to record certain identification 
data relating to the purchase; to amend the Office of Administrative Hearings Establishment 
Act of 2001 to clarify jurisdiction of rental housing cases; and to amend the Rental Housing 
Act of 1985 to clarify rulemaking authority of the Rental Housing Commission relating to 
rental housing cases under jurisdiction of the Office of Administrative Hearings. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Public Safety Legislation Sixty-Day Layover Congressional Review 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011", 

TITLE I —HEALTH AND SAFETY 911 ABUSE PREVENTION AMENDMENT ACT 

Sec. 101. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Health and Safety Abuse Prevention Congressional Review 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 102. Section 502 of the Revenue Act for Fiscal Year 1978, effective April 19, 1977 
(D.C. Law 1-124; D.C. Official Code § 5-416), is amended as follows: 

(a) Designate the existing text as subsection (a). 

(b) The newly designated subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "Emergency 
Ambulance Service of the Fire Department" and inserting the phrase "emergency ambulance 
service of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department ("Department")" in its 
place. 

(c) A new subsection (b) is added to read as follows: 

"(b)(1) A health care facility shall reimburse the Department for the cost of emergency 
ambulance services, as determined under subsection (a) of this section, incurred by a patient 

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resident of the health care facility if the health care facility requests ambulance transport 
services from the Department and the patient's healthcare insurance denies payment for the - 
ambulance transport after a determination that the transportation did not meet the medical 
necessity standard as provided in section 410.40(d) of Title 42 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations. 

"(2) For the purposes of this subsection, the term: 

"(A) "Ambulance" means any publicly owned vehicle specially designed, constructed, 
modified, or equipped for use as a means for transporting patients in a medical 
emergency or any publicly owned vehicle that is advertised, marked, or in any way held 
out as a vehicle for the transportation of patients in a medical emergency. 

"(B) "Health care facility" shall have the same meaning as provided in sectiori 2(5) of 
the Nurse Staffing Agency Act of 2003, effective March 4, 2004 (D.C. Law 15-74; D.C. 
Official Code § 44-1051.02(5)).". ;:';,::, 

Sec. 103. An Act To prevent the giving of false alarms of fires in the District 'of Columbia, 
approved June 8, 1906 (34 Stat. 220; D.C. Official Code § 22-1319), is amended as follows: 

, (a) Section 1 is amended as follows; V , ,r , 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to willfully or knowingly give a false 
alarm of fire within the District of Columbia, and any person or persons violating the 
provisions of this subsection shall, upon conviction, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and be 
punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or by imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or 
by both such fine and imprisonment. Prosecutions for violation of the provisions of ; this 
subsection shall be on information filed in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia by 
the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia.". ' ; 

(2) A new subsection (a-1) is added to read as follows: 

"(a-1) It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to willfully or knowingly use, or allow 
the use of, the 911 call system to make a false or fictitious report or complaint which initiates 
a response by District of Columbia emergency personnel or officials when, at the time of the 
call or transmission, the person knows the report or complaint is false, Any person or 
persons violating the provisions of this subsection shall, upon conviction, be deemed guilty of a 
misdemeanor and be punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or by imprisonment for not 
more than 6 months. Prosecutions for violation of the provisions of this subsiection • shall be 
on information filed in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia by the Office'o'f the 
Attorney General for the District of Columbia.". :> ■;'-' ?!M ^ ; ^' VI 

: (b) Section 2 is repealed. . -,,. . -■■- . ^ 

TITLE II —RESIDENTIAL TRANQUILITY ACT - ^1 

{ Sec. 201. Short title. , , J, 

This title may be cited as the "Residential Tranquility Congressional Review Emergency 
Act of 2011". : 

-Sec. 202, Definitions. 

.For the purposes of this act, the term: .''.''. ']"' 

(1) "Demonstration" means marching, congregating, standing, parading, demonstrating^ 
or patrolling by one or more persons, with or without signs, for the purpose of persuading 
one or more individuals, or the public, or to protest some action, attitude, or. .belief. 

. ■ (2) "Mask" means a covering for the face or part of the face whereby the identity of the 

.wearer is disguised. The term "mask" shall not include clothing worn for the purpose pf 

providing protection from the elements nor clothing worn as a religious covering. il/( / n 

(3) "Residence" means a building or structure, but not a hotel, used or designed to be 
.used, in whole or in part, as a living or a sleeping place by one or more human .beings. 

Sec; 203. Engaging in an unlawful protest targeting a residence. "■ < ■■<■■>.::.>..< : ...-;\ 

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(a)(1) It is unlawful for a person, as part of a group of 3 or more persons, to target a 
residence for purposes of a demonstration: 

(A) Between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.; ' 

(B) While wearing a mask; or 

(C) Without having provided the Metropolitan Police Department notification of the 
location and approximate time of the demonstration. 

(2) The notification required by paragraph (1)(C) of this subsection shall be provided in 
writing to the operational unit designated for such purpose by the Chief of Police not less 
than 2 hours before the demonstration begins. The Metropolitan Police Department shall 
post on its website the e-mail and facsimile number by which the operational unit may be 
notified 24 hours a day, and the address to which notification may be hand delivered, as an 
alternative, during business hours. 

(b) A person who violates this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon 
conviction, fined not more than $500 or imprisoned for not more than 90 days. 

Sec. 204. Section 23-581 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by adding a 
new subsection (a-6) to read as follows: 

"(a-6) A law enforcement officer may arrest a person without a warrant if the officer has 
probable cause to believe the person has committed the offense of engaging in an unlawful 
protest targeting a residence as provided in section 203 of the Residential Tranquility 
Emergency Act of 2010, passed on emergency basis on December 21, 2010 (Enrolled version 
of Bill 18-1141).". 

TITLE III —DISORDERLY CONDUCT AMENDMENT ACT 

Sec. 301. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the '"Disorderly Conduct Congressional Review mergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 302. An act for the preservation of the public peace and the protection of property 
within the District of Columbia, approved July 29, 1892 (27 Stat. 322; codified in scattered 
cites of the D.C. Official Code), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 6 (D.C. Official Code § 22-1307) is amended to read as follows: 
"Sec. 6. Blocking passage. 

"It is 'unlawful for a person, alone or in concert with others, to crowd, obstruct, or 
incommode the use of any street, avenue, alley, road, highway, or sidewalk, or the entrance of 
any public or private building or enclosure or the use of or passage through any public 
conveyance, and to continue or resume the crowding, obstructing, or incommoding after being 
instructed by a law enforcement officer to cease the crowding, obstructing, or incommoding. 
A person who violates any provision of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon 
conviction, shall be fined not more than $500, imprisoned for not more than 90 days, or both.". 

(b) Section 9 (D.C. Official Code § 22-1312) is amended to read as follows: 
"Sec. 9. Lewd, indecent, or obscene acts. 

"(a) It is unlawful for a person, in public, to make an obscene or indecent exposure of his 'or 
her genitalia or anus, to engage in masturbation, or to engage in a sexual act as defined in 
section 101(8) of the Anti-Sexual Abuse Act of 1994, effective May 23, 1995 (D.C. Law 10-257; 
D.C. Official Code § 22-3001(8)). It is unlawful for a person to make an obscene or indecent 
sexual proposal to a minor. A person who violates any provision of this section shall be guilty 
of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than $500, imprisoned for not 
more than 90 days, or both.". 

(c) Section 11 (D.C. Official Code § 22-1314) is repealed. 

Sec. 303. Section 211 of the District of Columbia Law Enforcement Act of 1953, approved 
June 29, 1953 (67 Stat. 98; D.C. Official Code § 22-1321), is amended as follows: 
(a) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: 
"Sec. 211. Disorderly conduct. 

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: "(a) In any place open to the general public, and in the communal areas of multi-unit 
housing, it is unlawful for a person to: .;■ < ; r 

"(1) Intentionally or recklessly act in such a manner as to cause another person to be in 
reasonable fear that a person or property in a person's immediate possession is likely to be 
harmed or taken; \ 

"(2) Incite or provoke violence where there is a likehhood that such violence. mil ensue; 
or 

"(3) Direct abusive or offensive language or gestures at another person (other than at a 

. law^ enforcement officer while acting in his or her official capacity) in a manner likely; to 

provoke immediate physical retaliation or violence by that person or another person. 

"(b) It is unlawful for a person to engage in loud, threatening, or abusive language^ or 
disruptive conduct, with the intent and effect of impeding or disrupting the orderly conduct of 
alawful public gathering, or of a congregation of people engaged in any religious, service, or in 
worship, a funeral, or similar proceeding. .i (!; ' ,-;- - ; ,;- ^ v^ 

"(c) It is unlawful for a person to engage in ,loudi threatening, or abusive language, - or 
disruptive conduct, which unreasonably impedes, disrupts; :Qr disturbs the lawful use, of a 
public conveyance by one or more other persons. ,<■ ,. ' 

"(d) It is unlawful for a person to make an unreasonably loud noise between 10:00 p;m. smd 
7:00 a.m. that is likely to annoy or disturb one or mor,e other persons in their residences.' 

' "(e) It is unlawful for a person to urinate :or defecate in public, other than in a urinal, or 
toilet. '■'{ ;« ,<• 

"(f) It is unlawful for a person to stealthily look into a window or other opening of a 
dwelling, as defined in section 7 of the District of Columbia Alley Dwelling Act, approved 
June 12, 1934 (48 Stat. 933; D.C. Official Code § 6-101.07), under circumstances in which an 
occupant would have a reasonable expectation of privacy. It is not necessary that the 
dwelling be; occupied at the time the person looks into the window or other opening. 

"(g) It is unlawful, under circumstances whereby a breach of the peace may be occasioned^ 
to interfere with any person in any public place by jostling against the -person, unnecessarily 
crowding the person, or placing a hand in the proximity of the person's handbag, pocketbook^ 
or wallet. . . : > 

( *(h) A person who violates any provision of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor 
and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than $500, imprisoned for not more than 90 days, 
or both.". 

(b) Subsection (b) is redesignated as section 211a. ■■, , - 

TITLE IV — DISTKICT OF COLUMBIA GOOD TIME CREDITS AMENDMENT ACT; 

Sec. 401. Short title. v: A 

This title 'may be cited as the "District of Columbia Good Time Credits CongressiOn'al 
Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". ; y!) 

Sec. 402. The District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 1986, effective April ' 11^1987 
'(D.C. Law 6-218; D.C. Official Code § 24-221.01 et seq.\ is amended as follows: ^ ■[* te>" 

(a) A new section 3c is added to read as follows: v,' T,'in<).-i 

/ "Sec. 3c. Credits for good behavior, rehabilitation programs,- work details, and specisfl 
projects. - i v;v/.^>:s 

'""(a) A person sentenced for a misdemeanor whose J conduct complies with institutional rules 
shall be eligible to receive good time credits of up to 3 credits per calendar month for good 
behavior, as prescribed by applicable rules. 

"(b) A person sentenced for a misdemeanor who demonstrates successful participation in 
one or more rehabilitation programs, work details, or special projects shall be eligible to 
receive good time credits of up to 3 credits per calendar month for each such program, detkil, 
or project, as prescribed by applicable rules. < ■ j '" 

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"(c) No person shall receive more than 8 credits per calendar month under sections 3 and 
3c combined. 

"(d) Good time credits shall be computed from the day on which a person is first 
incarcerated. In a case in which the person is later sentenced for a misdemeanor, the good 
time credits shall not be awarded until after a sentence is imposed.". 

(b) Section 4 is amended by striking the word "educational" wherever it appears. 

Sec. 403. Chapter 6 of Title 28 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations is 
amended to read as follows: 

"CHAPTER 6 GOOD TIME CREDITS 

"600 APPLICABILITY 

"600.1 This chapter shall apply to every resident of a District of Columbia correctional 
institution who is serving a sentence for a misdemeanor pursuant to section 3b of An Act To 
establish a Board of Indeterminate Sentence and Parole for the District of Columbia and to 
determine its functions, and for other purposes, approved July 15, 1932 (47 Stat. 697; D.C. 
Official Code § 24-403.02). This chapter shall not apply to those sentenced to imprisonment 
for a felony pursuant to section 3 or section 3a of An Act To establish a Board of 
Indeterminate Sentence and Parole for the District of Columbia and to determine its 
functions, and for other purposes, approved July 15, 1932 (47 Stat. 697; D.C. Official Code 
§§ 24-403 and 24-403.01). 

"601 LIMITATIONS ON CREDITS 

"601.01 Good time credit shall not apply to a sentence of civil contempt. 

"601.02 An inmate shall not earn more than eight (8) good time credits per calendar 
month under this chapter. 

"602 PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF GOOD TIME CREDITS 

"The Department of Corrections may award good time credits for good behavior and for 
successful participation in rehabilitative programs, work details, and special projects for the 
period of time in custody prior to or after sentencing. Such, credits shall be applied only after 
sentencing pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 24-403.02. Good time credits for good behavior, 
successful participation in rehabilitative programs, work details, and special projects provide 
inmates with an incentive to maintain good behavior and enroll in institutional programs for 
purposes of self-development or rehabilitative objectives. The good time credits for good 
behavior are revoked when inmates engage in disciplinary violations, but can be restored. 
The good time credits for successful participation in rehabilitative programs, work details, 
and special projects vest once utilized and thereafter cannot be revoked. 

"603 APPLICABILITY OF GOOD TIME CREDITS 

"603.01 Each inmate committed to the Department of Corrections who is sentenced for a 
misdemeanor pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 24-403.02 may be eligible for credits to be 
applied to his or her sentence pursuant to the District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 
1986, effective April 11, 1987 (D.C. Law 6-218; D.C. Official Code § 24-221.01 et.seq.), in one 
or more of the following categories: 

"(a) Good behavior; 

"(b) Rehabilitative programs; 

"(c) Work details; and 

"(d) Special projects. 

"603.02 Credit shall be calculated from the first day of incarceration but does not accrue 
before the 20th day of incarceration. The credit shall be calculated regardless of whether the 
inmate is pre-trial, pre-sentence, or sentenced. One credit is equal to a full day of reduction 
in a sentence. Except in the case of good behavior credit awarded pursuant to section 603.04, 
all credits shall accrue each calendar month for successful participation in rehabilitative 
programs, work details, and special projects, in the following manner: 

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"(a) If participation in the program, detail, or project lasts twenty (20) days or less: one 
credit; :: 

"(b) If participation in the program, detail, or project lasts more than twenty (20) days; but 
less than twenty-six (26) days: two (2) credits; and '■>■'■>' ; ' ; f 

"(c) If participation in the program, detail, or project lasts twenty-six (26) days or more: 
three (3) credits. ' ■ - , - : - ! : ./ ;,; ^ u ; v 

"603.03 After an inmate has been released, either to probation or by the exjpira^ph;oJf f his 
or her sentence, good time credits awarded during the period of mcarcerafitiri arei'^f J ho' 
further effect and shall not be used to shorten the period of probation, to shorten the period 
of incarceration which the inmate may be required to serve Ifor ; violation of probation, or to 
shorten any subsequent sentence. 

"603.04 Good behavior credit. l Kili -; ^ . UM" 

"(a) An inmate shall be awarded, good behavior credit at the inception of his or ; her 
incarceration for anticipated future good behavior and institutional adjustment that will result 
in the automatic reduction of the inmate's term, of commitment unless all or part of such 
credits are revoked pursuant to section 604. . ' 

"(b) The reduction described in paragraph (a) of this subsection shall be calculated from 
the first date of commitment at a rate of three (3) days for each full calendar month during 
the inmate's commitment or* if the inmate is committed for less than a full calendar month,' at 
a rate of one day for each 10-day period within a calendar month in which an inmate is 
committed. 

"(c) An inmate shall not receive credit under this subsection for any 10-day period during 
which the inmate is not incarcerated, including a period where the inmate's sentence is stayed 
or the inmate has escaped. <"'■■'■ , 

"(d) The amount of good behavior credit is subject to disciplinary revocation under section 

604. - : .'"V • n : ■ ■ ■'.-:: -. . - .. . , .^V 1 

"603.05 Rehabilitative programs credit; ■ ■ ! ■■< f ' ' ■ : "° 

"(a) Ah inmate shall be eligible for a good time credit deduction from the inmate's term of 
commitment for successful participation in one or more self-improvement programs. 

"(b) The deduction described in paragraph (a) of this subsection shall be calculated from, 
the first day the inmate demonstrates : successful participation in the , program using: the 

formula set forth in section 603.04(b). ;; ;^ ■■;,;■-; ; . , 'i .j-iitu ', '^ut^m 

"603.06 Work detail credit. \/' ' - \ "' -'- "^ _ ■■/ -^"V ■'>••: 'r;^.;:!^ 

"(a) An inmate shall be eligible for a good time credit deduction from the mm0^sie^ } f>^ 
commitment for demonstrating successful participation of assigned work tasks.'*" " '"*" 

"(b) The deduction described in paragraph (a) of this subsection shall be calculated from 
the first date of assignment and continue through termination from the detail assignmen't'or 
release from custody using the formula set forth in section 603.04(b). -mhwiii. 

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"603.07 Special projects credit. V V ; ; ,V| 

"(a) An inmate shall be eligible for a good time credit deduction from the inmate's term of 
commitment for demonstrating successful participation in a designated non-recurring special 
project. 

"(b) The deduction described in paragraph (a) of this subsection shall be calculated from 
the first date of assignment and continue through the completion of the assignment or as long 
as the inmate is committed to the Department of Corrections, whichever is shorter, using the 
formula set forth in section 603.04(b). 

"604 DISCIPLINARY REVOCATION OF GOOD TIME CREDIT - 

"604.01 Except as provided in section 604,03, good behavior credit may be revoked as the 
result of a disciplinary violation imposed by the Department of Corrections pursuant to the' 
procedures set forth in the Department'. of Corrections Policy on Inmate Discipline arid 
Administrative Housing. . , , ; ■ ■'■ •.-.., i 

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"604.02 The Department of Corrections Disciplinary Board, in its sole discretion, may 
revoke good behavior credits in accordance with the following if an inmate is found guilty of 
one or more Class I, Class II, or Class III offenses: 

"(a) Class I Offenses: up to one hundred percent (100%) of credits may be revoked. 

"(b) Class II Offenses: up to fifty (50%) of credits may be revoked. 

"(c) Class III Offenses: up to twenty-five percent (25%) of credits may be revoked 

"604,03 Good time credits for successful participation in rehabilitative programs, work 
detail, and special projects, once awarded, shall not be revoked. 

"604.04 Good behavior credit revoked under this section may be restored under section 
605. 

"605 RESTORATION OF REVOKED GOOD BEHAVIOR CREDIT 

"605.01 An inmate may submit an application for the restoration of good behavior credit 
revoked under section 604. 

"605.02 Application for restoration of good behavior credit shall be made to the Warden, 
who shall consider the following factors when making a recommendation: 

"(a) The severity of and circumstances of the disciplinary violation that resulted in 
revocation; 

"(b) The inmate's disciplinary record during his or her current incarceration; 

"(c) The inmate's rehabilitation efforts during his or her current incarceration period; and 

"(d) The inmate's demonstrated positive adjustment since the violation and revocation 
occurred. 

"605.03 Good behavior credits may be restored to the inmate at the following rate; 

"(a) Up to fifty percent (50%) of the total credit revoked if the inmate has been free of any 
subsequent disciplinary violations for six (6) months; or 

"(b) Up to one hundred percent (100%) of the revoked credit if the inmate has been free of 
disciplinary violations for twelve (12) months. 

"605.04 An inmate has no entitlement to approval of restoration of revoked credit. 

"605.05 An inmate may appeal the Warden's decision under this section to the Director of 
the Department of Corrections by submitting a letter to the Director. 

"606 RECORDS MANAGEMENT OF GOOD TIME CREDITS. 

"606.01 The Director shall maintain a system for administering good time credits for each 
inmate. 

"606.02 The record of good time credits shall: 

"(a) Start from the first date the inmate is committed to the Department of Corrections; 

"(b) Contain entries reflecting good time credits granted, revoked, or restored; and 

"(c) Reflect a current and accurate record of good time credits affecting an inmate's term 
of commitment. 

"606.03 The Director shall ensure that staff responsible for maintaining a record of good 
time credit are notified within five (5) days after: 

"(a) The date on which an inmate is assigned to, completes, or is subsequently removed 
from a rehabilitative program, a work detail, or a special project; 

"(b) Revocation of an inmate's good behavior credit; and 

"(c) The Warden's or Director's approval to restore an inmate's revoked good behavior 
credits. 

"699 DEFINITIONS 

"For purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have the meaning ascribed: 

"(1) "Department of Corrections facility" — means a facility that houses an inmate 
committed to the District of Columbia Department of Corrections. 

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"(2) "Disciplinary violation'— means a guilty finding pursuant tb the DepartmeniTof 
Corrections Policy on Inmate Discipline and Administrative Housing for any institutional^ 
Class I, II, and III offenses as defined in Chapter 5 of this title. -■'■ "''° 9no 

"(3) "Disciplinary Board'— means a Board established pursuant to the DepartmeniTof 
Corrections Policy on Inmate Discipline and Administrative Housing that conducts hear- 
ings, makes findings, and imposes appropriate sanctions for incidents of inmate disciplinary 
violations. 

! ' "(4) "Expiration of the sentence" — means that an inmate's sentence has expired, requir- 
ing the release from incarceration without further supervision of an inmate because he 'dr' 
■' she: : - ■■ v.. . : '■-■. ^ 

"(a) Has served the maximum term of commitment; or A " ■"■ 

"(b) Has served the maximum term of commitment less the diminution credits 

awarded pursuant to the District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 1986, effective 

April 11, 1987 (D.G- Law 6-218; D.C. Official Code § 24-221.01 et seqiy, /,r;K^ - 

"(5) "Good time creditf'-^means either good behavior credit pursuant to section; 6034 or 

other credit pursuant to sections 603.5, 603.6, or 603.7 earned as a result ^sufec^ssM 

participation in rehabilitative programs, work details, and special projects. 

"(6) "Incarceration" — means residence resulting from pretrial or presentence. detention, 
a sentence, or detention pending a hearing on. revocation of probation or release in the 
Central Detention Facility, Correctional 'Tr^ secure facility 

under contract to the District of Columba Department 6f Corrections;-; - ! ■:*:/' 

^■\ , "(7) "Rehabilitative program"^-means:a : program, providing oppbrtiinities for self im- 
provement, including treatment, academic, or vocational programs. ,!'.; ; wk) 

"(8) "Special project'— means. a designated, non-recurring project. ; ? r 

"(9) "Successful participation"- means active and constructive participation and includes 
satisfactory attendance and compliance with any rehabilitative program, work detail^ or; 
special project. ... , u :> ... 

"(10) "Term of commitment" — means the period of an inmate's current incarceration., 
The term "term of commitment" includes the following: ( - ,„ 

,"(a) A single sentence; , 

"(b) A combination of concurrent sentences (a concurrent sentence is two (2) or more- 
sentences that run simultaneously), in which case the term of commitment is the periods of 
commitment between the earliest starting date of those sentences and the latest expiration 
date of those sentences; / v " :: ' :r 

"(c) A combination of consecutive sentences (a consecutive sentence is two (2) or hiore' 
sentences following one after the other in uninterrupted succession), in which case theterm of 
commitment is the period of commitment between the starting date of the first consecutive 
sentence and the expiration of the last consecutive sentence; r)1 . 

"(d) A combination of concurrent and consecutive sentences in which case the , term,,, of 
commitment is the period of commitment between the earliest starting date of the s sentences 
and the last expiration date of the sentences; 

'"(e) A combination of sentences imposed before arid after release on : parole or probation 
and the probation or parole is revoked, in which case the term of commitment is the period of 
commitment between the earliest starting date of the sentences and the latest expiration date 
of the sentences, excluding time out of custody for which credit is not, allowed. ; ■ ■> 

"(11) "Work detail" — means assignment to a recurring, task pursuant to an institutional 
,,. work program.". , „ .... ; - , f ...... .. ■,._.. ,,..■: , M ; ;/ .. ; v - 

TITLE V —CRIMINAL CODE AMENDMENT ACT | " 

Sec. 501. Short title. ; : ' : "' ; ■ ■: ^ ^ 

■ 'This title may be cited as the "Criminal Code Congressional Review Emergency 'Amend- 
ment Act of 2011". ' •^■■nl:ri u'l 

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Sec. 502. The Firearms Control Regulations Act of 1975, effective September 24, 1976 
(D.C. Law 1-85; D.C. Official Code § 7-2501.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 203 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.03) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (4)(D) is amended to read as follows: 

"(D) Intrafamily offense, including any similar provision of the law of any other 
jurisdiction;". 

(B) Paragraph (9) is amended by striking the word "pistol" and inserting the word 
"firearm" in its place. 

(C) Paragraph (14) is amended by striking the phrase "section 209(b)" and inserting 
the phrase "section 208" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (3) is amended to read as follows: 

"(3) The present business or occupation of the applicant and the address and phone 
number of the employer;". 

(B) Paragraph (8) is repealed. 

(b). Section 207a (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.07a) is amended by striking the phrase 
"section 203" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "section 203(a)" in its place. 

(c) Section 208 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.08) is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 208. Duties of registrants. 

"(a) Each person or organization holding a registration certificate (for purposes of this 
section, "registrant") shall: 

"(1) Notify the Chief in writing of the loss, theft, or destruction of the registration 
certificate or of a registered firearm (including the circumstances, if known) immediately 
upon discovery of such loss, theft, or destruction; 

"(2) Notify the Chief in writing within 30 days of a change in the registrant's name or 
address as it appears on the registration certificate; 

"(3) Notify the Chief in writing of the sale, transfer, or other disposition of the firearm 
within 2 business days of such sale, transfer, or other disposition. The notification shall 
include: 

"(A) The identification of the registrant, the firearm, and the serial number of the 
registration certificate; 

"(B) The name, address, and date of birth of the person to whom the firearm has been 
sold or transferred; and 

"(C) Whether the firearm was sold or how it was otherwise transferred or disposed of. 

"(b) Each registrant shall return to the Chief the registration certificate for any firearm 
which is lost, stolen, destroyed, sold, or otherwise transferred or disposed of, at the time the 
registrant notifies the Chief of such loss, theft, destruction, sale, transfer, or other disposition. 

"(c) Each registrant shall have in the registrant's possession, whenever in possession of a 
firearm, the registration certificate, or exact photocopy thereof, for such firearm, and exhibit 
the same upon the demand of a member of the Metropolitan Police Department, or other law 
enforcement officer. 

"(d) The duties set forth in subsections (a) through (c) of this section are in addition to any 
other requirements imposed by this act or other applicable law. 

"(e)(1) A registrant shall be subject to a civil fine of $100 for the first violation or omission 
of the duties and requirements imposed by this section. 

"(2) A registrant shall be subject to a civil fine of $500 for the second violation or 
omission of the duties and requirements imposed by this section, a registrant's registration 
certificates shall be revoked, and the registrant shall be prohibited from possessing or 
registering any firearm for a period of 5 years. 

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"(3) A registrant shall be subject to a civil fine of $1,000 for the third violation or 
omission of the duties and requirements imposed by this section, a registrant's registration) 
certificates shall be revoked, and the registrant shall be prohibited from possessing or 
registering any firearm. 

"(4) For the purposes of this subsection, "a violation or omission" that applies to multiple 
firearms shall constitute a single violation or omission if the violation or omission pertaining 
to each firearm arose from the same occurrence. ; n.;l \<) : 

"(5) The penalties prescribed in section 706 shall not apply to a violation 1 or 'omlssiftn of 
the duties and requirements imposed by this section.". : ^ ' < '- '' ru'v^vi^l ^ 

(d) Section 209 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.09) is amended is follows^ " ' 7 * r r ' iil ' ii ^ v> 

(1) Subsection (a)(1) is amended by striking the phrase "section 1 203" aha : irisertmg the 
phrase "section 203(a)" in its place. ' ' " r ^ " n - r ■■ )ri/riIk < <nri 

(2) Subsection (b) is repealed. * v; '" ■ ■' ' ;i ' ; '■■ ' "'- * { ;i; ' * i '^ ?:i 'f ^ '^ 

(e) Section 408(b) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2504.08(b)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"January 1, 2011" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2013" in its place. 

(f) Section 503 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2505.03) is amended by striking the phrase 
"January 1, 2011" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2013" in its place. 

(g) Section 801 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2508.01) is amended as follows: 

. > ■■ (1) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: " : - >< > - .■': ■ - 11 

(A) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the word "Convicted" and inserting the 
phrase "Convicted at any time" in its place. >■< , , .■>■» 

(B) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the word "Convicted" and inserting jthe 
phrase "Convicted at any time" in its place. ,»• ' ;., ;j; , 
(2) Paragraph (3) is amended as follows: ..-..■■■■> 

(A) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the semicolon at the end and inserting 
the phrase ", or an attempt or conspiracy to commit any of the foregoing offenses;" -in. its 
place. 

(B) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the semicolon at the end and inserting 
the phrase ", or an attempt or conspiracy to commit any of the foregoing offenses;" in its 

. place. ■"' "•"" V '" : ''"'' ' .. , 

(h) Section 802(a) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2508.02(a)) is amended as follows: .„;;,; 

.;. (1) Paragraph (1) is amended as follows: (i; r , . ; , ; — ■■- v ; T; . ; :i : . ,., , ;, 

(A) The lead-in text is amended by striking the phrase "48 hours of:"' and inserting the 
phrase "48 hours (not including a Saturday, ^Sunday, legal -holiday,- or ,day on, which the 
District of Columbia government is closed) of:" in its place. ^ ; .- iV , Tr :, } ^ >■ 70 hi -■. 
■,..;■ (E) Subparagraph (C) is amended to read as follows:^ i m &,-~n -jif; t^;1) ; // Ch" 
, "(C) Receipt of notice of the obligation to register,, if, ( a| ( a ; tim,e other ; than, sentencing; 

, ; '.Or".. : '/ , '^vr% j '^^^^/ , ;v-/ / ; ./^"'V '^,'; 7 

i (2) Paragraph 2(1) is repealed. ; ; > :■■-, ^V^ -jV ' ■ -n{ ' <•■■■.;>, :. - : h 

(i) Section 804(d)(1) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2508.04(d)(l)) is amended to read as follows: ^ 

"(d)(1) For a person who has not been required to comply with the requirements of this ! 
title as set forth in subsections (a) and (c) of this section, but who nevertheless qualifies and is 1 
within the period for which registration is- required by this title, the Court may, upon motion 
of the government, enter an order certifying that a person convicted of a gun offense is a gun 
offender and issue an order requiring the gun offender to register and to comply -with the/ 
provisions of this title.". ■ .,. 

Sec. 503. Section 12-31 1(a) of the District of Columbia Official Code is .amended^, 
follows: <. , t;Jl 

(a) Paragraph (1) is amendedby striking the word "or" at the end.; , ■'..- ,r,: v:,, 

(b) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting the phrasie^"; 
or" in its place. . - i- ; . -.■,-- , ... , ., n 

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(c) A new paragraph (3) is added to read as follows: 

"(3) Three years from the time the right to maintain the action accrues.". 

Sec. 504. Chapter 7 of Title 16 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(1) The table of contents is amended by adding the phrase "16-711.01. Restitution or 
reparation — enforcement." after the phrase "16-711 Restitution or reparation.". 

(2) A new section 16-711.01 is added to read as follows: 

"16-711.01. Restitution or reparation— enforcement. 

"(a) An order of restitution or reparation requiring a person convicted of the criminal 
conduct to pay restitution or reparation constitutes a judgment and lien against all property 
of a liable defendant for the amount the defendant is- obligated to pay under the order and 
may be recorded in any office for the filing of liens against real or personal property. 

"(b) A judgment of restitution or reparation may be enforced by the United States 
Attorney for the District of Columbia, the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, a 
victim entitled under the order to receive restitution or reparation, a deceased victim's estate, 
or any other beneficiary of the judgment in the same manner as a civil judgment. 

"(c) The court shall provide each victim in a criminal case with a notarized and sealed copy 
of the Order of Restitution or Reparation. 

"(d) The name and address of the victim shall not be disclosed to the defendant or any 
representative of the defendant.". 

Sec. 505. Section 16-1 005(c) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) The lead-in language is amended by striking the phrase "criminal offense against the 
petitioner," and inserting the phrase "criminal offense against the petitioner or against 
petitioner's animal or an animal in petitioner's household," in its place. 

(b) A new paragraph (10A) is added to read as follows: 

"(10A) Directs the care, custody, or control of a domestic animal that belongs to 
petitioner or respondent or lives in his or her household;". 

Sec. 506. Chapter 23 of Title 16 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 16-2320.01 is amended as follows: - 

(1) Subsection (g) is amended by adding a sentence at the end to read as follows: "The 
Director of Social Services shall inform the Division of the progress or status of the 
restitution payments.". 

(2) New subsections (j), (k), (I ), (m), (n), (o), (p), and (q) are added to read as follows: 

"(j) When entering a restitution order, the court shall include the restitution conditions 
both in the disposition order and in a separate judgement of restitution which shall be filed in 
a special proceedings case. An order requiring an adult to pay a judgment for restitution 
shall be filed in a special proceedings case. 

"(k) An order of restitution requiring a parent or guardian, a child, or both to pay 
restitution constitutes a judgment and lien against all property of the person or persons 
required to pay for the amount they are obligated to pay under the order and may be 
recorded in any office for the filing of liens against real or personal property. 

"(I ) A judgment of restitution may be enforced by the Attorney General for the District of 
Columbia, a victim entitled under the order to receive restitution, a deceased victim's estate, 
or any other beneficiary of the judgment in the same manner as a civil judgment. 

"(m) A judgment for restitution that is filed in a special proceedings case shall contain the 
following information: 

"(1) The amount of the restitution; and 

"(2) The terms of the restitution, including the length of time in which restitution 
payments will be made and the amount of the installment payments. 

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"(n) The court shall provide each victim in a juvenile casS with a notarized arid sealed copy 
of the Order of Restitution or Reparation. ,:./' 

"(o) In addition to the information that is included in a judgment for restitution filed in a 
special proceedings case, the Division shall provide the following information in a supplement 
tal information form attached to the order. This information shall be kept confidential except 
by order of the Division: , " ' ; ';; J ' L "-\ 

"(1) The full name, address, telephone number, and social security number of the 
restitution payer or person who is ordered to pay the restitution'; arid ' J J ' r ' Jhi '~ 

"(2) The full name, address, and telephone number 'Of the recipient of We restftution: if 

:"(p) All restitution payments shall be paid to the Superior Court.' The payer'shaTrecdiye 
a receipt for the payment. If the restitution payment is mailed, a receipt wi| J tie v returnWd ) 
only if the payer encloses a self-addressed stamped envelope. v ': ;fl \ Vt a '' " Mi£i [ h i() 

"(q) The court shall disburse the restitution payments to the recipient and make appropri- 
ate court records.". (4 \.-. 

.■■■■■■■■.■■,■';■,■ ,r -r r ?o,r,f. 
(b) Section 16-2333(a) is amended by adding a new paragraph (1 A) to read as follows.; , ; r^; ; 

"(1A) The record pertains to a civil Notice of Violation;". ;.;;■, 

Sec. 507. Section 848 of An Act To establish a' code of law for the District of Colurribia, 
approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1321; D.G. Official Code § 22-303), is amended as follows;* 

,(a) Strike the phrase "value of $200 or more "and insert the phrase "value of $1, T 000 or 
more" in its place. - :■; - i 

(b) Strike the phrase- "if the value of the property be less than $200" and insert the phrase 
"if the property has some value" in its place. i^/^^ 

Sec. 508. Section 103(a) of the Omnibus Public Safety and Justice. Amendment Act; of 
2009, effective December 10, 2009 (D;G. Law 18-88; D.G. Official Code § 22-1211^%! 
amended as follows: "/■■■■■ ^ : - ' - "■< ■■■'*■ ■■'■;V :[ ^"^^'q 

(a). Paragraph (1) is amended by inserting the'phrase^, or who is required to v^ar^ddvice 
while incarcerated," after the phr t ase ; "or;cqmmi^ment"-, -n ■* r-r.-* -^ ^ '*? )" 

(b) Paragraph (2) is amended by inserting the phrase r "or radio frequency idehtification" 
after the phrase "global positioning system",.,,, ::„;, ,^j"j f , ;.jr .. ■-,■•■,, ;**•,■,,;■,■, : .,\) .^WnF-i 

Sec. 509. Section 8 of the Indeterminate Sentence Act, approved July 15, 1932 (^rSMtu 
698; D.C. Official Code § 22-2601), is amended,as /f ^llpws: )0 ; 3Uii;: , r , ...j. to.O<- f *u ^^yy'i in) 
: ... : (a)' Subsection (a) is amended as follows; .... . f] ,. ;n ^ev; \ f -,-f h^i-'^v^-; ;; f Om £;-oi^>: ■-■ ;fUv>- i> 
-:; (1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking thie wordn'toifiat tfeendH U\hnH . 'ia ^ 'r-vili I 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the period at the end and' J dh 5 s"eipig-th^'gtir^fee 
"; -or" in. its place. ....'.'■ : >'■ , ..■.' \) r \i) ,a{) ^: ; o-.^K^n W.-M -■£) 

(3) A new paragraph (3) is added to read as follows: , * .■■ - -"// ([)" 
"(3) An institution or facility, whether located in the District of Columbia or elseWh£r&,J 

in which a person committed to the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Service's is; 
placed.". : ; ■■■^ 

\ (b) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "original sentence." and inserting tne 
phrase "original sentence or disposition for the offense for which he or she was confined; 
committed, or in custody at the time of his or her escape." in its place. ■ v 

Sec. 510. An Act To prohibit the introduction of contraband into the District of Columbia" 
penal institutions, approved December 15, 1941 (55 Stat 800; D.C. Official Code § 22-2603.01 
etseq.),\s amended as follows: ■'- v ' '•'■' ] 

(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 22-2603.01) is amended as follows: ' y [\ ir ' 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended to read as follows: : '.^r- 

"(1) "Cellular telephone or other portable communication device and accessories thereto" 

means any device carried, worn, or stored that is designed, intended', or readily converted 
■' to create, receive or transmit oral or written messages or visual images, access or store 

data, or connect electronically to the Internet, or any other electronic de vice-that enables 

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communication in any form. The term "cellular telephone or other portable communication 
device and accessories thereto" includes portable 2-way pagers, hand-held radios, cellular 
telephones, Blackberry-type devices, personal digital assistants or PDAs, computers, 
cameras, and any components of these devices. The term "cellular telephone or other 
portable communication device and accessories thereto" also includes any new technology 
that is developed for communication purposes and includes accessories that enable or 
facilitate the use of the cellular telephone or other portable communication device.". 

(2) Paragraph (3)(A)(iii) is amended to read as follows: 

"(iii) A cellular telephone or other portable communication device and accessories 
thereto.". 

(b) Section 3(e)(1) (D.C. Official Code § 22-2603.02(e)(l)) is amended by striking the 
phrase "portable communication device" and inserting the phrase "portable communication 
device and accessories thereto" in its place. 

Sec. 511. The Anti-Sexual Abuse Act of 1994, effective May 23, 1995 (D.C. Law 10-257; 
D.C. Official Code § 22-3001 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) A new section 209b is added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 209b. Arranging for a sexual contact with a real or fictitious child. 

"(a) It is unlawful for a person to arrange to engage in a sexual act or sexual contact with 
an individual (whether real or fictitious) who is or who is represented to be a^ child at least 4 
years younger than the person, or to arrange for another person to engage in a sexual act or 
sexual contact with an individual (whether real or fictitious) who is or who is represented to 
be a child of at least 4 years younger than the person. For the purposes of this section, 
arranging to engage in a sexual act or sexual contact with an individual who is fictitious shall 
be unlawful only if the arrangement is done by or with a law enforcement officer. 

"(b) A person who violates subsection (a) of this section shall be imprisoned for not more 
than 5 years, fined an amount not to exceed $50,000, or both.". 

(b) Section 210(b) (D.C. Official Code § 22-3011(b)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "Marriage between the defendant and the child" and insert the 
phrase "Marriage or domestic partnership between the defendant and the child" in its 
place. 

(2) Strike the word "child" wherever it appears and insert the phrase "child or minor" in 
its place.' 

Sec. 512. The District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982, effective 
December 1, 1982 (D.C. Law 4-164; D.C. Official Code § 22-3201 et seq.), is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 122 (D.C. Official Code § 22-3222) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrsae "$250" and inserting the phrase 
"$l,000"in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "if the value of the property 
obtained or lost was less than $250" and inserting the phrase "if the property obtained or 
lost has some value" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "was $250" and inserting the 
phrase "is $1,000" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "if the value of the property 
which was the object of the scheme or systematic course of conduct was less than $250" 
and inserting the phrase "if the property that was the object of the scheme or systematic 
course of conduct has some value" in its place. 

(b) Section 125b (D.C. Official Code § 22-3225.02) is amended by striking the phrase 
"$250" and inserting the phrase "$1,000" in its place. 

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(c) Section 125c (D.C. Official Code § 22-3225.03) is amended by striking the phrase "$250" 
and inserting the phrase "$1,000" in its place. ■■,,-;'< ■■ 

(d) Section I27c(b) (D.C. Official Code § 22-3227.03(b)> is amended by striking the phrase 
"the value of". ( s 

£e) Section 132(c) (D.C. Official Code § 22-3232(c)) is amended as Mows: ' ; : ^' j 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "$250" and inserting the please 
"$1000" in its place. , , : ; •'....._. ._o r .. ; 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "if the value of the' stolen^ property 
is less than $250" arid inserting the phrase "if the stolen property 4 has some value" in its 
place. • rKKW 

(f) Section 133(b)(2) (D.C. Official Code § '22-3233(b)(2)j is'airiended by striking tne^hrlse 
$250" and inserting the phrase "$1 ; 000" in its place. '/fl |- 

.(g) Section 142(b)(3) (D.C. Official Code § 22-3242(b)(3)) is amended by striking the phrase' 
^$250"' arid inserting the phrase "$1,000" in its place. 

Sec. 513. Section 3(a)(5)(C) of An Act To control the possession, sale, transfer, and use of 

pistols and other dangerous weapons in the District of Columbia, to provide penalties,' to 

prescribe rules of evidence, arid for other purposes, approved July 8, 1932 (47 Stat: 650; D.C. 

Official Code § 22^503(a)(5)(C)), is amended by striking the phrase "(as provided in 

. § l6-1005(c)(10)". ; ' \--:,' { , : , 

Sec. 514. Section 23-546(c) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as,; 

follows: '.■'..:■; . v, 

(a) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "value in excess of $200" arid inserting 
the phrase "value in excess of "$1000" in its place. .'■'■■'" •'" 

(b) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase "value in excess of $25ti" wherever it' 
appears and inserting the phrase "value in excess of "$1000" in its place. v ' ' 

Sec. 515. Section 23-581 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by adding a 
new subsection (a-7) to read as follows: :■■■-■< ; ■ — ; v r ; ;i ;'■;) 

"(a-7) A law enforcement officer may arrest a person vyithout a warrant if the officer' has 
probable cause to believe the. person ha& committed the offense of misdemearior sexual abuse 
or misdemeanor sexual abuse of a child or minor as provided in sections 22-3006. and 

22-3010,01).".- ■ ■ : r:il ,, i r :1 , ;j ..-., ^ 1; .-.-,■' .-v, "■ T ^ :V , 7 -,*)!■ ^ ^' W 

Sec. 516. Section 23-1301 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by striking 
the phrase "District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency" and inserting the phrase "Pretrial 
Services Agency for the District of Columbia" in its place, '/! ' ,{'.] ^ -. r '..! ";^ T 

Sec. 517. Section 7(f) of the Youth Rehabilitation Act of 1985, effective December 7, ,,1985 
(D.C. Law 6-69; D.C. Official Code § 24-906(0), is amended as follows: ; ..■ , 

(a) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the word "or" at the end. 

(b) Paragraph (6) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a semicolon in 
its place. ? .'.';,» 

(c) New paragraphs (7) and (8) are added to read as follows: ; vV (f l 

,, ( ! "(7) For gun offender registration pursuant to Title 8 of the Firearms Control Regula- 
tions Act of 1975, effective September 24, 1976 (D.C. Law 1-85; D.C. , Official^ode 
§ 7-2508.01 eiseq.X for convictions on or after January 1, 2011; or , '""■' "^ 

"(8) In determining whether a person has been in possession of a firearm in violation of 

■Aii Act To control the possession, sale, transfer, and use of pistols and other dangerous 

weapons in the District of Columbia, to provide penalties, to prescribe rules of 1 evidence, 

and for other p>urposes, approved July 8^ 1932 (47 Stat. 650; D.C. OfficialrCode 

;§ 22-4503).", ■/ ;7 : ^ ■■■: 

; Sec. 518. A person or auctioneer who sells or arranges' the sale of 5 or more motor 
vehicles in one year in the District of Columbia shall record the name, address, arid license 
number of the buyer, the vehicle identification number, and the identity of the original owner 
of the vehicle within 24 hours of purchase. This record shall be available to the Mayor and. 

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the Chief of Police. For the purposes of this section, the term "license" means a motor 
vehicle operator's permit or commercial driver's license. 

Sec. 519. Section 8(a)(7) of the Office of Administrative Hearings Establishment Act of 

2001, effective March 6, 2002 (D.C. Law 14-76; D.C. Official Code § 2-1831.05(a)(7)), is 

amended by inserting the phrase "(including rental housing cases within the jurisdiction of 
the Office)" after the phrase "cases before the Office". 

Sec. 520. Section 202(a)(1) of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective July 17, 1985 (D.C. 
Law 6-10; D.C. Official Code § 42-3502.02(a)(l), is amended by inserting the phrase "except 
rules and procedures subject to section 8(a)(7) of the Office of Administrative Hearings 
Establishment Act of 2001, effective March 6, 2002 (D.C. Law 14-76; D.C. Official Code 
§ 2-1831.05(a)(7))» after the phrase "of this act". 

TITLE VI —FISCAL IMPACT; EFFECTIVE DATE 

Sec. 601. Fiscal impact statement. 

1 The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by 'section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 602. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: April 20, 2011. 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF ANACOSTIA AVENUE N.E., ABUTTING 
PARCEL 170/14 S.O. 11-3689, EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-46 

AN ACT to order, on an emergency basis, the legal closing of a portion of Anacostia Avenue 
abutting Parcel 170/14 S.O. 11-3689 to facilitate the development of a new child development 
center in Ward 7. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of a Portion of Anacostia Avenue N.E., abutting Parcel 
170/14 S.O. 11-3689, Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.01), the 
Council finds that the portion of Anacostia Avenue, N.E., abutting Parcel 170/14 is unneces- 
sary for street purposes and orders it closed, with title to the land to vest to the abutting 
Parcel 170/14 S.O. 11-3689, which is owned by the United States Government with adminis- 
trative jurisdiction held by the District of Columbia. 

. Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to the 
Surveyor of the District of Columbia and to the Director of the Department of Consumer and 
Regulatory Affairs. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Closing of a 
Portion of Anacostia Avenue, N.E., abutting Parcel 170/14 S. O. 11-3689, Act of 2011, passed 
on 2nd reading on April 19, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-40), as the fiscal impact 

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statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved} 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ■;-, s\: ;: <r/ 

Sec. 5. Effective date. : -! 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by tti& 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect far no longer' 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of GoMtibia in* 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24^1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)).: .-.,,. :, , r, v - ;- - ,m .-) v <s,J. 

APPROVED: April 21, 2011. '[ '.".; : ' V 7 ;. .' V ";'. V ^ " :^; V' , > • ° -'.' "' r ''l 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. POKV-2006-C-0064 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 r . 

Act 19-47 . " ..., ''+■'. -^^frww 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 14 and 15 and proposed Modification' 
No. 16 to Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064 to provide ticket-processing services to the District, 
and to authorize payment for the services received and to )be received under the contract. 

' BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL 0F THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Thai this; 
act may be cited as the "Modifications ^to Contract No. POKV-2006^G-0064 Approval and 1 
Payment Authorization Emergency iAiet 'df 201I". " , '/ .. ". ./' :: , '",',. 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), arid notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2^301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification Nos. 14 and 15 and proposed Modification No. 16 to Contract No. 
POKV-2006-C-0064 with ACS State and Local Solutions, Inc., to provide ticket-processing 
services and authorizes payment in the amount of $9,159,075 for services received and to be 
received under the contract for the period of January 3, 2011, through January 2, 2012. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer ; 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in- 
sertion 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). < </ ■ ; / ^ 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. ' !,_■ ;"_' '. V . ,, . ^ ■J i „.^\ 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER FEDERAL C6^Mbf in 
NO. SP0600-10-D-4033 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT " ' 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 20il 

Act 19-48 ] 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, District multiyear contract Delivery Order No. 

; DCAM-2011-T-4033 (under federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033) to provide and deliver fuel 
to various District sites, and to authorize payment for the goods arid services received and to b<M 
received under the contract. . , ■ . ,;. iwt 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "District Multiyear Contract under Federal Contract No. 
SP0600-1O-D-4033 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves District multiyear contract Delivery Order No. DCAM-2011-T-4033 to provide and 
deliver fuel to various District sites under Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033, and 
authorizes payment in the estimated amount of $1,116,367.91 for services received and to be 
received under that delivery order. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. 



INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-49 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, An Act to reorganize the 
courts of the District of Columbia, to revise the procedures for handling juveniles in the 
District of Columbia, to codify title 23 of the District of Columbia Code, and for other purposes 
to authorize the Mayor to enter into a revised Interstate Compact for Juveniles to permit the 
District to continue to receive the benefits of this multi-state agreement. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Interstate Compact for Juveniles Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 402 of An Act to reorganize the courts of the District of Columbia, to 
revise the procedures for handling juveniles in the District of Columbia, to codify title 23 of 
the District of Columbia Code, and for other purposes, approved July 29, 1970 (84 Stat. 664; 
D.C. Official Code § 24-1102), is amended to read as follows: 

"Section 402. The Mayor is authorized to enter into and execute on behalf of the District a 
Compact with any state or states legally joining therein in the form substantially as follows: 

"THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES 
"Article I 
"Purpose 

"The compacting states to this Interstate Compact recognize that each state is responsible 
for the proper supervision or return of juveniles, delinquents, and status offenders who are on 
probation or parole and who have absconded, escaped, or run away from supervision and 
control and in so doing have endangered their own safety and the safety of others. The 
compacting states also recognize that each state is responsible for the safe return of juveniles 

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who have run away from home and in doing so have left their state of residence. [?$ he 
compacting states also recognize that Congress, by enacting the Crime Control Act (4 U.S, ; Q.; 
§ 112) has authorized and encouraged compacts for cooperative efforts and mutual assistance; 
in the prevention of crime. 

"It is the purpose of this compact, through means of joint and cooperative action among the 
compacting states to: (1) ensure that the adjudicated juveniles and status offenders subject to 
this compact are provided adequate supervision and services in the receiving state as ordered 
by the adjudicating judge or parole authority in the sending state; (2) ensure that the public 
safety interests of the citizens, including the victims of juvenile offenders, in both the sending 
and receiving states are adequately protected; (3) return juveniles who have run away,' 
absconded or escaped from supervision or control or have been accused of an offense to the 
state requesting their return; (4) make contracts for the cooperative institutionalization in 
public facilities in member states for delinquent youth needing special services; (5) provide 
for the effective tracking and supervision of juveniles; (6) equitably allocate the qosts, 
benefits, and obligations of the compacting states; (7) establish procedures to. manage the 
movement between states of juvenile offenders .released to the community under the, 
jurisdiction of courts, juvenile departments, or any other criminal or juvenile justice agency 
that has jurisdiction over juvenile offenders; (8) insure immediate notice to jurisdictions 
where defined offenders are authorized to travel or to relocate across state lines; (9) establish 
procedures to resolve pending charges (detainers) against juvenile offenders prior to transfer 
or release to the community under the terms of this compact; (10) establish a system of 
uniform data collection on information pertaining to juveniles subject to this compact that 
allows access by authorized juvenile justice and criminal justice officials, and the regular' 
reporting of Compact activities to heads of state executive, judicial, and legislative branches 
and juvenile and criminal justice administrators; (11) monitor compliance with rules govern- 
ing interstate movement of juveniles and initiate interventions to address and correct 
noncompliance; (12) coordinate training and education regarding the regulation of interstate 
movement of juveniles for officials involved in such activity; and (13) coordinate the 
implementation and operation of the compact with the Interstate Compact for the Placement 
of Children, the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision and other compacts 
affecting juveniles particularly in those cases where concurrent or overlapping supervision 
issues arise. It is the policy of the compacting states that the activities conducted by the 
Interstate Commission created herein are the formation of public policies and therefore are 
public business. Furthermore, the compacting states shall cooperate arid observe; their 
individual and collective duties and responsibilities for the prompt return arid acceptance of 
juveniles subject to the provisions of this compact. The provisions of this compact shall be 
reasonably and liberally construed to accomplish the purposes and policies of the compact 

"Article II ■ ; \ : 

■'.-;. j ■■:■..' " "Definitions : is - 

"As used in this compact, unless the context clearly requires a different construction: 

"(1) "By-laws" means those by-laws established by the Interstate Commission for its 
governance, or for directing or controlling its actions brcoriduct. ' ^. ■, 

"(2) "Compact administrator" means the individual in each compacting state appointed 
pursuant to the terms of this compact, responsible for the administration and management 
of the state's supervision and transfer of juveniles subject to the terms of this coriipact, the 
rules adopted by the Interstate Commission and policies adopted by the State Council 
under this compact. 

. "(3) "Compacting State" means any state that has enacted the enabling legislation for 
this compact. 

"(4) "Commissioner" means the voting representative of each compacting state appointed 
, pursuant to Article III of this compact. 

"(5) "Court" means any court having jurisdiction over delinquent, neglected, or depen- 
dent children. 

"(6) "Deputy compact administrator" means the individual, if any, in each compacting 
state appointed to act on behalf of a Compact Administrator pursuant to the .terms of this 

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compact responsible for the administration and management of the state's supervision and 
transfer of juveniles subject to the terms of this compact, the rules adopted by the 
Interstate Commission, and policies adopted by the State Council under this compact. 

"(7) "Interstate Commission" means the Interstate Commission for Juveniles created by 
Article III of this compact. 

"(8) "Juvenile" means any person defined as a juvenile in any member state or by the 
rules of the Interstate Commission, including a(n): 

"(A) "Accused Delinquent" — a person charged with an offense that, if committed by an 
adult, would be a criminal offense; 

"(B) "Adjudicated Delinquent" — a person found to have committed an offense that, if 
committed by an adult, would be a criminal offense; 

"(C) "Accused Status Offender" — a person charged with an offense that would not be a 
criminal offense if committed by an adult; 

"(D) "Adjudicated Status Offender"— a person found to have committed an offense 
that would not be a criminal offense if committed by an adult; and 

"(E) "Non-Offender"— a person in need of supervision who has not been accused or 
abjudicated a status offender or delinquent. ■ ' ■ 

"(9) "Non-Compacting state" means any state that has not enacted the enabling legisla- 
tion for this compact. 

"(10) "Probation or Parole" means any kind of supervision or conditional release of 
juveniles authorized under the laws of the compacting states. 

"(11) "Rule" means a written statement by the Interstate Commission promulgated 
pursuant to Article VI of this compact that is of general applicability, implements, 
interprets or prescribes a policy or provision of the compact, or an organizational, 
procedural, or practice requirement of the Commission, and has the force and effect of 
statutory law in a compacting state, and includes the amendment, repeal, or suspension of 
an existing rule. 

"(12) "State" means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Common- 
wealth of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern 
Marianas Islands. 

"Article III 
"Interstate Commission for Juveniles 

"(a) The compacting states hereby create the "Interstate Commission for Juveniles." The 
commission shall be a body corporate and joint agency of the compacting states. The 
commission shall have all the responsibilities, powers, and duties set forth .herein and such 
additional powers as may be conferred upon it by subsequent action of the respective 
legislatures of the compacting states in accordance with the terms of this compact. 

"(b) The Interstate Commission shall consist of commissioners appointed by the appropri- 
ate appointing authority in each state pursuant to the rules and requirements of each 
compacting state and in consultation with the State Council for Interstate Juvenile Supervi- 
sion created hereunder. The commissioner shall be the compact administrator, deputy 
compact administrator, or designee from that state who shall serve on the Interstate 
Commission in such capacity under or pursuant to the applicable law of the compacting state. 

"(c) In addition to the commissioners who are the voting representatives of each state, the 
Interstate Commission shall include individuals who are not commissioners but who are 
members of interested organizations. Such non-commissioner members must include a 
member of the national organizations of governors, legislators, state chief justices, attorneys 
general, Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision, Interstate Compact for the 
Placement of Children, juvenile justice and juvenile corrections officials, and crime victims. 
All noncommissioner members of the Interstate Commission shall be ex-offlcio (non-voting) 
members. The Interstate Commission may provide in its by-laws for such additional ex- 
offlcio (non-voting) members, including members of other national organizations, in such 
numbers as shall be determined by the commission. 

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"(d) Each compacting state represented at any meeting of the commission is entitled to one 
vote. A majority of the compacting states shall constitute a quorum for the transactiomof 
business, unless a larger quorum is required by the by-laws of the Interstate Commission. 

1 "(e) The commission shall meet at least once each calendar year. The chairperson may call 
additional meetings and, upon the request of a simple majority of the compacting states, shall 
call additional meetings. Public notice shall be given of all meetings and meetings shall be 
open to the public. 

"(f) The Interstate Commission shall establish an executive committee, which shall include 
commission officers, members, and others as determined by the by-laws. The executive 
committee shall have the power to act on behalf of the Interstate Commission during periods 
when the Interstate Commission is not in session, with the exception of rulemaking and/or 
amendment to the compact. The executive committee shall oversee the day-to-day activities 
of the administration of the compact, managed by an executive director and ^Interstate 
Commission staff, administers enforcement and compliance with the provisions of the 
compact, its by-laws and rules, and performs such other duties as directed by the. Interstate 
Commission or set forth in the by-laws. ,. > : , .-• .; f /; ,^ 

■ ,"(g) Each member of the Interstate Commission shall have the right and power to cast a 
vote to which that compacting state is entitled and to participate in the business, and affairs of 
the Interstate Commission. A member shall vote in person and shall not delegate a vote to 
another compacting state. However, a commissioner, in consultation with the state council, 
shall appoint another authorized representative, in the absence of the commissioner from that 
state, to cast a vote on behalf of the compacting state at a specified meeting. The by-laws 
may provide for members' participation in meetings by telephone or other means ., of 
telecommunication or electronic communication. 

"(h) The Interstate Commission's by-laws shall establish conditions and procedures under 
which the Interstate Commission shall make its information and official records available to 
the public for inspection or copying. The Interstate Commission may exempt from disclosure 
any information or official records to the extent they would adversely affect personal privacy 
rights or proprietary interests. '■• 

"(i) Public notice shall be given of all meetings and all meetings shall be open to the public, 
except as set forth in the Rules or as otherwise provided in the compact. The Interstate 
Commission and any of its committees may close a meeting to the public where it determines 
by two-thirds vote that an open meeting would be likely to: 

"(1) Relate solely to the Interstate Commission's internal personnel practices and 
procedures; 

"(2) Disclose matters specifically exempted from disclosure by statute; ;) 

f ; "(3) Disclose trade secrets or commercial or financial information that is privileged or 
confidential; , ! 

"(4) Involve accusing any person of a crime, or formally censuring any person; 1 

: , "(5) Disclose information of a personal nature where disclosure would constitute a clearly 
unwarranted invasion of personal privacy; ; ; . x > ;: 

"(6) Disclose investigative records compiled for law enforcement purposes; ;,;^a:o'; 

"(7) Disclose information contained in or related to examination, operating or c6ndi@n 
reports prepared by, or on behalf of or for the use of, the Interstate Commissioir wiffi 
respect to a regulated person or entity for the purpose of regulation or supervision o^such 1 
person or entity; . : , . p - > ( 1 } U 

"(8) Disclose information, the premature disclosure of which would significantly endan- 
ger the stability of a regulated person or entity; or V 1 " 

"(9) Specifically relate to the Interstate Commission's issuance of a subpoena, or its 
participation in a civil action or other legal proceeding. ■"" / v ,/- : 

"CD For every meeting closed pursuant to this provision, the Interstate Commission's legal 
counsel shall publicly certify that, in the legal counsel's opinion, the meeting may be closed to- 
the public, and shall reference each relevant exemptive provision. The Interstate Commis-; 
sion shall keep minutes which shall fully and clearly describe all matters discussed in* any 

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meeting and shall provide a full and accurate summary of any actions taken, and the reasons 
therefore, including a description of each of the views expressed on any item and the. record 
of any roll call vote (reflected in the vote of each member on the question). All documents 
considered in connection with any action shall be identified in such minutes. 

"(k) The Interstate Commission shall collect standardized data concerning the interstate 
movement of juveniles as directed through its rules which shall specify the data to be 
collected, the means of collection and data exchange and reporting requirements. Such 
methods of data collection, exchange, and reporting shall insofar as is reasonably possible 
conform to up-to-date technology and coordinate its information functions with the appropri- 
ate repository of records. 

"Article IV 
"Powers and Duties of the Interstate Commission 

"The commission shall have the following powers and duties: 

"(1) To provide for dispute resolution among compacting states; 

"(2) To promulgate rules to effect the purposes and obligations as enumerated in this 
compact, which shall have the force and effect of statutory law and shall be binding in the 
compacting states to the extent and in the manner provided in this compact; 

"(3) To oversee, supervise and coordinate the interstate movement of juveniles subject to 
the terms of this compact and any by-laws adopted and rules promulgated by the Interstate 
Commission; 

"(4) To enforce compliance with the compact provisions, the rules promulgated by the 
Interstate Commission, and the by-laws, using all necessary and proper means, including 
but not limited to, the use of judicial process; 

"(5) To establish and maintain offices, which shall be located within one or more of the 
compacting states; 

"(6) To purchase and maintain insurance and bonds; 

"(7) To borrow, accept, hire or contract for services of personnel; 

"(8) To establish and appoint committees and hire staff that it considers necessary for 
the carrying out of its functions including, but not limited to, an executive committee as 
required by Article III, which shall have the power to act on behalf of the Interstate 
Commission in carrying out its powers and duties hereunder; 

"(9) To elect or appoint such officers, attorneys, employees, agents, or consultants, and 
to fix their compensation, define their duties, and determine their qualifications; and to 
establish the Interstate Commission's personnel policies and programs relating to, inter 
alia, conflicts of interest, rates of compensation, and qualifications of personnel; 

"(10) To accept any and all donations and grants of money, equipment, .supplies, 
materials, and services, and to receive, utilize, and dispose of them; 

"(11) To lease, purchase, and accept contributions or donations of, or otherwise to own, 
hold, improve or use, any property, real, personal, or mixed; 

"(12) To sell, convey, mortgage, pledge, lease, exchange, abandon, or otherwise dispose 
of any property, real, personal or mixed; 

"(13) To establish a budget and make expenditures and levy dues as provided in Article 
VIII of this compact; 

"(14) To sue and be sued; 

"(15) To adopt a seal and by-laws governing the management and operation of the 
Interstate Commission; 

"(16) To perform such functions as may be necessary or appropriate to achieve the 
purposes of this compact; 

"(17) To report annually to the legislatures, governors, judiciary, and state councils of 
the compacting states concerning the activities of the Interstate Commission during the 
preceding year. Such reports shall also include any recommendations that may have been 
adopted by the Interstate Commission; 

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"(18) To coordinate education, training, and public awarieriess regarding the interstate 
movement of juveniles for officials involved in such activity; .■ ■ v>U 

"(19) To establish uniform standards of the reporting, collecting, and exchanging of data! 

and ji ;,t; 

"(20) To maintain its corporate books and records in accordance with the Bylaws. ' . 

"Article V !V ; ; % - -:-■ .,;■;■■ >•.■<■* " -a*? f '.v-.- : *:.^no 4 > 

';* "Organization and Operation of the' Interstate CdmniisSioh ;;n l ' , '^ { '' i \^ in 

■;■■■'../ ■ . :... . .■ ■ v ;,/■■:<■ .: i .. ■■ .■^.■:V?i.^': ;,-'.:■: v'.-s. '■■■:■: "' •' - v ■ '■•'■< f)! ' i 'i T J* :V "' ^^ :) ^' rJ) 

"Section A. By-laws > « lm«'--; ';■<> ^.ovr-n^ri oh; 

"(1) The Interstate Commission shall, by a majority of the members present and voting, 
within twelve months after the first Interstate Commission meeting, adopt by-laws to 
govern its conduct as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of the 
compact, including, but not limited to: . ^ t ;y . 7r , {l r-_;.. „ ; ;; ,„ ^pi 

"(A) Establishing the fiscal year of the Interstate Commission; f: . .. ; 

■ ;;■;*■ . "(B) Establishing an executive committee and such other committees as may be 

necessary; ,,„..■.- • ,j 

"(C) Provide for the establishment of committees governing any general or specific 
delegation of any authority or, function of the Interstate Commission; 

"(D) Providing reasonable procedures for calling and conducting meetings of the 
Interstate Commission and ensuring reasonable notice of each meeting; ' ' ; 

"(E) Establishing the titles and responsibilities of the officers of the Interstate 
Commission; "'''■', 

"(F) Providing a mechanism for concluding the operations of the Interstate (Commis- 
sion and the return of any surplus funds that may exist upon the termination of the 
, compact after the payment and/or reserving of all of its debts and obligations. " ; J 

"(G) Providing "start-up" rules for initial administration of the compact; and ^ M 

"(H) Establishing standards and procedures for compliance and technical assistance in 
carrying out the compact. ' '. ■ : " '' ,. 

"Section B. Officers and Staff , ^ 

"(1) The Interstate Commission shall, by a majority of the members, elect annually from 
; among its members a chairperson and a vice chairperson, each of whom shall have such 
authority and duties as may be specified in the by-laws. The chairperson or, in ; the 
chairperson's absence or disability, the vice-chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the 
Interstate Commission. The officers so elected shall serve without compensation ; or 
remuneration from the Interstate Commission; provided that, subject to the availability of 
budgeted funds, the officers shall be reimbursed for any ordinary, and necessary ; costs and 
expenses incurred by them in the performance of their duties and responsibilities as 
officers of the Interstate Commission. ' . ' ;: - MI 

"(2) The Interstate Commission shall, through its executive committee, appoint or retain 
ah executive director for such period, upon such terms and conditions arid for such 
compensation as the Interstate Commission may deem appropriate. The executive director 
shall serve as secretary to the Interstate Commission, but shall hot be a member and shall 
hire and supervise such other staff as may be authorized by the Interstate Commission. 

"Section C. Qualified Immunity, Defense and Indemnification ' 

"(1) The Commission's executive director and employees shall be immune from suit and 
liability, either personally or in their official capacity, for any claim for damage to or loss of 
property or personal injury or other civil liability caused or arising out of or relating to any 
actual or alleged act, error, or omission that occurred, or that such person had a reasonable 
basis for believing occurred within the scope of Commission employment, duties, or 
responsibilities; provided, that any such person shall not be protected from suit or liability 

■ \ for any damage, loss, injury, or liability caused by the intentional or willful and wanton 

misconduct of any such person. . >^bn 

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"(2) The liability of any commissioner, or the employee or agent of a commissioner, 
acting within the scope of such person's employment or duties for acts, errors, or omissions 
occurring within such person's state may not exceed the limits of liability set forth under 
the constitution and laws of that state for state officials, employees, and agents. Nothing in 
this subsection shall be construed to protect any such person from suit or liability for any 
damage, loss, injury, or liability caused by the intentional or willful and wanton misconduct 
of any such person. 

"(3) The Interstate Commission shall defend the executive director or the employees or 
representatives of the Interstate Commission and, subject to the approval of the Attorney 
General of the state represented by any commissioner of a compacting state, shall defend 
such commissioner or the commissioner's representatives or employees in any civil action 
seeking to impose liability arising out of any actual or alleged act, error, or omission that 
occurred within the scope of Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities, 
or that the defendant had a reasonable basis for believing occurred within the scope of 
Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities; provided, that the actual or 
alleged act, error, or omission did not result from intentional or willful and wanton 
misconduct on the part of such person. 

"(4) The Interstate Commission shall indemnify and hold the commissioner of a compact- 
ing state, or the commissioner's representatives or employees, or the Interstate Commis- 
sion's representatives or employees, harmless in the amount of any settlement or judgment 
obtained against such persons arising out of any actual or alleged act, error, or omission 
that occurred within the scope of Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsi- 
bilities, or that such persons had a reasonable basis for believing occurred within the scope 
of Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities; provided, that the actual 
or alleged act, error, or omission did not result from, intentional or willful and wanton 
misconduct on the part of such persons. 

"Article VI 
"Rulemaking Functions of the Interstate Commission 

"(a) The Interstate Commission shall promulgate and publish rules in order to effectively 
and efficiently achieve the purposes of the compact. 

"(b) Rulemaking shall occur pursuant to the criteria set forth in this article and the bylaws 
and rules adopted pursuant thereto. Such rulemaking shall substantially conform to the 
principles of the Model State Administrative Procedures Act, (1981 Act), (Uniform Laws 
Annotated, Vol. 15, p. 1 (2000)), or such other administrative procedures act, as the Interstate 
Commission deems appropriate, consistent with due process requirements under the U.S. 
Constitution as now or hereafter interpreted by the U. S. Supreme Court. All rules and 
amendments shall become binding as of the date specified, as published with the final version 
of the rule as approved by the Commission. 

"(c) When promulgating a rule, the Interstate Commission shall, at a minimum: 

"(1) Publish the proposed rule's entire text stating the reason(s) for that proposed rule; 

"(2) Allow and invite any and all persons to submit written data, facts, opinions, and 
arguments, which information shall be added to the record and be made publicly available; 

"(3) Provide an opportunity for an informal hearing, if petitioned by ten (10) or more 
persons; and 

"(4) Promulgate a final rule and its effective date, if appropriate, based on input from 
state or local officials, or interested parties. 

"(d) The Commission shall allow, not later than sixty days after a rule is promulgated, any 
interested person to file a petition in the United States District Court for the District of 
Columbia or in the Federal District Court where the Interstate Commission's principal office 
is located for judicial review of such rule. If the court finds that the Interstate Commission's 
action is not supported by substantial evidence in the rulemaking record, the court shall hold 
the rule unlawful and set it aside. For purposes of this subsection, evidence is substantial if it 
would be considered substantial evidence under the Model State Administrative Procedures 
Act. 

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"(e) If a majority of the legislatures of the compacting states rejects a rule, those states 
may* by enactment qf a statute or resolution in the same manner used to adopt the compact, 
cause that such rule shall have no further force and effect in any compacting state. 

■ "(f) The existing rules governing the operation of the Interstate Compact on Juveniles 
superceded by this act shall be null and void twelve (12) months after the first meeting' of the 
Interstate Commission created hereunder. . \ ji) 

"(g) Upon determination by the Interstate Commission that a state-of-emergericy exists, it 
may promulgate an emergency rule which shall become effective immediately upoii adoption; 
provided, that the usual rulemaking procedures provided hereunder shall be H retrdactiVely 
applied to said rule as soon as reasonably possible, but no later than ninety (90) days after^he 
effective date of the emergency rule. r ,-■■ „■-■■."■ :-u\ ;-; e >n -iw ■, 

"Article VII "'■ ; ■'- ,j w™> 

"Oversight, Enforcement and Dispute Resolution by the Interstate Commissidii\ '.! 

"Section A. Oversight . ; 

"(1) The Interstate Commission shall oversee the administration and operations of the 
interstate movement of juveniles subject to this compact in the compacting states and shall 
monitor such activities being administered in non-compacting states that may significantly 
affect compacting states. 

"(2) The courts and executive 1 agencies in each compacting state shall enforce this 
compact and shall take all actions necessary and appropriate to effectuate the compact's 
purposes and intent. The provisions of this compact and the rules promulgated hereunder 
shall be received by all the judges, public officers, commissions, and departments of the 
state government as evidence of the authorized statute and administrative rules. All courts 
shall take judicial notice of the compact and the rules. In any judicial or administrative 
proceeding in a compacting state pertaining to the subject matter of this compact that may 
affect the powers, responsibilities or actions of the Interstate Commission, it shall be 
entitled to receive all service of process in any such proceeding, and shall have standing to 
intervene in the proceeding for all purposes^ , ..■.., , > .. ; :< ; 

"SectionB. Dispute Resolution , ^ - ; r-; , , is 

. "(1) The compacting states shall report to the Interstate Commission on all issues &d 
activities necessary for the administration of the compact as well as issues and activiftels 
pertaining to compliance with the provisions of the compact and its ; bylaw^ and ' rulesl 

"(2) The Interstate Commission shall attempt, upon the request of a compacting s^re^to^ 
resolve any disputes or other issues that are subject to the compact and which may^ise; 
among compacting states and between compacting and non-compacting states^/, f ,The 
commission shall promulgate a rule providing for both mediation and binding dispjit^ 
resolution for disputes among the compacting states. '':■ " 

"(3) The Interstate Commission, in the reasonable exercise of its discretion, shall enforce 
the provisions and rules of this compact using any or all means set forth in Article XI of 
this compact. > ;■' l ' 

"Article VIII 

"Finance ., '.,. jiT 

"(a) The Interstate Commission shall pay or provide forlthe payment of the reasonable 
expenses of its establishment, organization, and ongoing activities. - > ■;, :;'■ -, 

"(b) The Interstate Commission shall levy on arid collect an annual assessment from: each 
compacting state to cover the cost of the internal operations and activities of the Interstate 
Commission and its staff in a total amount sufficient to cover the Interstate. Commission's 
annual budget as approved each year. The aggregate annual assessment amount shall be 
allocated based upon a formula to be determined by the Interstate Commission, taking into 
consideration the population of each compacting state and the volume of interstate movement 
of juveniles in each compacting state and shall promulgate a rule binding upon all compacting 
states that governs the assessment. \, ; ;-,A 

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"(e) The Interstate Commission shall not incur any obligations of any kind prior to securing 
the funds adequate to meet the same; nor shall the Interstate Commission pledge the credit 
of any of the compacting states, except by and with the authority of the compacting state. 

"(d) The Interstate Commission shall keep accurate accounts of all ^receipts and disburse- 
ments. The receipts and disbursements of the Interstate Commission shall be subject to the 
audit and accounting procedures established under its by-laws. However, all receipts and 
disbursements of funds handled by the Interstate Commission shall be audited yearly by a 
certified or licensed public accountant and the report of the audit shall be included in and 
become part of the annual report of the Interstate Commission. 

"Article IX 
"The State Council 

"Each member state shall create a State Council for Interstate Juvenile Supervision. 
While each state may determine the membership of its own state council, its membership 
must include at least one representative from the legislative, judicial, and executive branches 
of government, victim's groups, and the compact administrator, deputy compact administrator 
or designee. Each compacting state retains the right to determine the qualifications of the 
compact administrator or deputy compact administrator. Each state council will advise and 
may exercise oversight and advocacy concerning that state's participation in Interstate 
Commission activities and other duties as may be determined by that state, including but not 
limited to, development of policy concerning operations and procedures of the compact within 
that state. 

"Article X 
"Compacting States, Effective Date and Amendment 

"(a) Any state, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin 
Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern Marianas Islands as defined in Article II 
of this compact is eligible to become a compacting state. 

"(b) The compact shall become effective and binding upon legislative enactment of the 
compact into law by no less than 35 of the states. The initial effective date shall be the later 
of July 1, 2004 or upon enactment into law by the 35th jurisdiction. Thereafter it shall 
become effective and binding as to any other compacting state upon enactment of the compact 
into law by that state. The governors of non-member states or their designees shall be 
invited to participate in the activities of the Interstate Commission on a nonvoting basis prior 
to adoption of the compact by all states and territories of the United States. 

"(c) The Interstate Commission may propose amendments to the compact for enactment by 
the compacting states. No amendment shall become effective and binding upon the Inter- 
state Commission and the compacting states unless and until it is enacted into law by 
unanimous consent of the compacting states. 

"Article XI 
"Withdrawal, Default, Termination and Judicial Enforcement 

"Section A. Withdrawal 

"(1) Once effective, the compact shall continue in force and remain binding upon each 
and every compacting state; provided, that a compacting state may withdraw from the 
compact by specifically repealing the statute that enacted the compact into law. 

"(2) The effective date of withdrawal is the effective date of the repeal. 

"(3) The withdrawing state shall immediately notify the chairperson of the Interstate 
Commission in writing upon the introduction of legislation repealing this compact in the 
withdrawing state. The Interstate Commission shall notify the other compacting states of 
the withdrawing state's intent to withdraw within sixty days of its receipt thereof. 

"(4) The withdrawing state is responsible for all assessments, obligations, and liabilities 
incurred through the effective date of withdrawal, including any obligations, the perform- 
ance of which extend beyond the effective date of withdrawal. 

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"(5) Reinstatement following withdrawal of any compacting state shall occur upon the 

:,t' withdrawing state reenacting the compact or upon such later date as determined; by the 

Interstate Commission. ,.,; o 

"Section B* Technical Assistance, Fines, Suspension, Termination and Default 

"(1) If the Interstate Commission determines that any compacting state has at any time 
defaulted in the performance of any of its obligations or responsibilities under this compact, 
or the by-laws or duly promulgated rules, the Interstate Commission may impose any or all 
■ of the following penalties: 

"(A) Remedial training and technical assistance as directed by the Interstate Commis- 
sion; 

"(B) Alternative Dispute Resolution; 

"(C) Fines, fees, and costs in such amounts as are deemed to be reasonable as fixed by 
the Interstate Commission; and 

"(D) Suspension or termination of membership in the compact, which shall be imposed 
only after all other reasonable means of securing compliance under the by-laws and rules 
have been exhausted and the Interstate Commission has therefore, determined that the 
offending state is in default. Immediate notice of suspension, shall be given by the 
Interstate Commission to the Governor, the Chief Justice or the Chief Judicial Officer of 
the state, the majority and minority leaders, of the defaulting state's legislature, and the 
, state council The grounds for default include, but, are not, limited to, failure of a 
compacting state to perform such obligations or responsibilities imposed upon it by this 
compact, the by-laws, or. duly promulgated rules and any other grounds designated in 
commission bylaws and rules. The Interstate Commission shall immediately notify the 
defaulting state in writing of the penalty imposed by the Interstate Commission and of 
the default pending a cure of the default. The commission shall stipulate the conditions 
and the time period within which the defaulting state must cure its default. If the 
defaulting state fails to cure the default within the time period specified by the 
commission, the defaulting state shall be terminated from the compact upon an affirma- 
tive vote of a majority of the compacting states and all rights, privileges and benefits 
conferred by this compact shall be terminated from the effective date of termination, 

"(2) Within sixty days of the effective date of termination of a defaulting state, the 
Commission shall notify the Governor, the Chief Justice or Chief Judicial Officer, the 
Majority and Minority Leaders of the defaulting state's legislature, and the state council of 
such termination. • . i 

"(3) The defaulting state is responsible for all assessments, obligations, and liabilities 
incurred through the effective date of termination including any obligations, the perform- 
ance of which extends beyond the effective date of termination. - } 

v "(4) The Interstate Commission shall not bear any costs relating to the defaulting state 
unless otherwise mutually agreed upon in writing between the Interstate CommissiotiMd 
the defaulting state. 

"(5) Reinstatement following termination of any compacting state requires both a 
reenactment of the compact by the defaulting state and the approval of the Interstate 
Commission pursuant to the rules. w r ., ■_.;/ /, noih^r 

"Section C. Judicial Enforcement ,■.':..: - ■?&() < \ r 

"The Interstate Commission may, by majority vote of the members, initiate legal ^cfiori in 
the United States District Court for the District of Columbia or, at the discreti6'n ff 6f''the 
Interstate Commission, in the federal district where the Interstate Commission has its offices, 
to enforce compliance with the provisions of the compact, its duly promulgated rules and by- 
laws, against any compacting state in default. In the event judicial enforcement is necessary, 
the prevailing party shall be awarded all costs of such litigation including reasonable 
attorneys fees." , ' - ., ( -,jj. 

"Section D. Dissolution of Compact , ■ 

"(1) The compact dissolves effective upon the date of the withdrawal or default of (the 
compacting state, which reduces membership in the compact to one compacting state. 

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"(2) Upon the dissolution of this compact, the compact becomes null and void and shall 
be of no further force or effect, and the business and affairs of the Interstate Commission 
shall be concluded and any surplus funds shall be distributed in accordance with the by- 
laws. 

"Article XII 
"Severability and Construction 

"(a) The provisions of this compact shall be severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, 
or provision is deemed unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the compact shall be 
enforceable. 

"(b) The provisions of this compact shall be liberally construed to effectuate its purposes. 

"Article XIII 

"Binding Effect of Compact and Other Laws 

"Section A. Other Laws 

"(1) Nothing herein prevents the enforcement of any other law of a compacting state that 
is not inconsistent with this compact. 

"(2) All compacting states' laws other than state Constitutions and other interstate 
compacts conflicting with this compact are superseded to the extent of the conflict. 

"Section B. Binding Effect of the Compact 

"(1) All lawful actions of the Interstate Commission, including all rules and bylaws 
promulgated by the Interstate Commission, are binding upon the compacting states. 

"(2) All agreements between the Interstate Commission and the compacting states are 
binding in accordance with their terms. 

"(3) Upon the request of a party to a conflict over meaning or interpretation of 
Interstate Commission actions, and upon a majority vote of the compacting states, the 
Interstate Commission may issue advisory opinions regarding such meaning or interpreta- 
tion. 

, "(4) In the event any provision of this compact exceeds the constitutional limits imposed 
on the legislature of any compacting state, the obligations, duties, powers, or jurisdiction 
sought to be conferred by such provision upon the interstate Commission shall be 
ineffective and such obligations, duties, powers, or jurisdiction shall remain in the compact- 
ing state and shall be exercised by the agency thereof to which such obligations, duties, 
powers, or jurisdiction are delegated by law in effect at the time this compact becomes 
effective.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer in the 
committee report as ; the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of 
Columbia Home RiiJe Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code 
§ l-206.02(c)(3)). '■ 

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Sec. 4. Effective late. 

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This act shall take\ effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. 

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Act 19-50 19th Council Period 

BALANCED BUDGET HOLIDAY FURLOUGH CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-50 

AN ACT to require, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, that each subordinate and 
independent agency and instrumentality of the District of Columbia government furlough 
employees on 4 designated legal public holidays during fiscal year 2011, and to authorize the 
Mayor to provide for alternate furlough days for certain employees to ensure that public health 
and safety functions are carried out. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Congressional Review Emergen- 
cy Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Furloughing of employees. 

(a)(1) Notwithstanding any other District law or regulation, and except as provided in 
subsection (b) of this section and section 3, the personnel authority of each subordinate and 
independent agency and instrumentality of the District of Columbia government shall 
furlough each of its full-time employees for 4 legal public holidays without pay during the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and each of its part-time employees with a scheduled 
tour of duty for the appropriate pro-rated amount of furlough hours for the 4 furlough days. 

(2) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the unpaid furlough days 
required by this act shall be scheduled on the following legal public holidays, as that term is 
described in section 1202 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit 
Personnel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code 
§ 1-612.02): 

(A) Washington's Birthday, Monday, February 21, 2011; 

(B) District of Columbia Emancipation Day, Friday, April 15, 2011; 

(C) Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2011; and 

(D) Independence Day, Monday, July 4, 2011. . 

(b)(1) Each agency and instrumentality shall furlough each covered employee on the 
designated legal public holidays, unless doing so: 

(A) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its essential or 
emergency public health or public safety functions; 

(B) Would impair the ability of the agency or instrumentality to fulfill its mission; 

(C) Is not possible because the holiday is not part of an employee's pay period; or 

(D) Is not legally permissible. 

(2) If a covered employee cannot be furloughed on any of the legal public holidays listed 
in subsection (a)(2) of this section due to any of the reasons listed in paragraph (1) of this 
subsection, as determined by the Mayor, the employing agency or instrumentality, in 
consultation with the applicable personnel authority, shall schedule the furlough day on an 
alternate date in the same pay period that does not impair the ability of the agency or 
instrumentality to fulfill its mission, as determined by the Mayor. The; District of Columbia 
Public Schools shall not furlough a classroom teacher on a date when there is classroom 
instruction during an instructional period. 

(3)(A) Notwithstanding paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection,; the 4 furlough, days 
required under subsection (a) of this section may be scheduled on alternate dates in the 
same or subsequent pay periods for covered employees, including ;' correctional officers, 
working in an agency listed in this paragraph; provided, that each of the covered 
employees is furloughed the required 4 days by July 31, 2011. This paragraph shall apply 
to'the: 

(i) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services employees at the Youth Services 
Center and at New Beginnings; 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-50, § 6 

(ii) Department of Corrections correctional personnel at the Central Detention 
Facility; 

(iii) Office of Unified Communications employees; and 

(iv) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner employees. 

(B) The Mayor shall have discretion in the application of the furlough provided under 
this paragraph. 

(c) To the extent possible, employees who are newly hired after any of the 4 legal public 
holidays designated as furlough days shall be furloughed during the same pay period of the 
legal public holiday. 

(d) Unless a subordinate or independent agency or instrumentality has authority to adopt 
rules governing furloughs and has adopted such rules, each agency 'and instrumentality is 
subject to the furlough rules published at 6 DCMR B §§ 2438 through 2446 and 2499, or 
emergency rules published by the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources to 
implement the provisions of this act. 

(e)(1) Notwithstanding any other District law or regulation, each employee shall be 
provided not less than 15 days written notice before the employee's first furlough date and 
the provision of 15 days written notice shall be sufficient notice to permit the furloughing of 
the employee on that first furlough date. 

(2) If an employing agency or instrumentality is unable to give notice in accordance with 
paragraph (1) of this subsection for the unpaid furlough day specified by subsection 
(a)(2)(A) of this section, or schedule the furlough day as required by this act, the employing 
agency or instrumentality, in consultation with the applicable personnel authority, shall 
schedule the furlough day on an alternate date in any subsequent pay period on or before 
July 31, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Scope of coverage. 

(a) This act shall apply to all subordinate and independent agencies and instrumentalities, 
except the following agencies or instrumentalities: 

(1) Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation; 

(2) District of Columbia Housing Authority; 

(3) District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency; 

(4) Washington Convention and Sports Authority; and 

(5) District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. 

(b) The following positions shall be exempt from the coverage of this act: 

(1) Positions in an agency that is the subject of a court order specifically excluding the 
positions from furlough actions; and 

(2) Certain essential or emergency positions, as determined by the Mayor by executive 
order, within the Metropolitan Police Department and the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department. 

Sec. 4. Transfer of funds. 

All furlough cost savings associated with special purpose revenue or dedicated taxes shall 
be transferred to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of 
Columbia. 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 6. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

in 



Act 19-50> §6 19th Council Ferib^ 

section 412(a) 6f the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 1 24, 1973 "(87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). v < \>^k 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. > -.; . ; ; T ; ' 



ELECTED ATTORNEY GENERAL REFERENDUM 
! EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 ; 

Act 19-51 

AN ACT to amend, on 'an emergency basis, the Attorney General for the District of Columbia 

Clarification and Elected Term Amendment Act of 2010 to provide for a referendum qn^the, 

; amendments to the Charter of the District of Columbia establishing the Attorney General |or ; 

the District of Columbia as an elected position. > t jn in; 

;BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,; Th^ this 
act may be cited as the "Elected Attorney General Referendum Emergency AmeridrtiehlJ Act 
- oif 2biiv ■ '■■ ■. ■ . ""' : ■ : ' ! ' '■ ' " ■ ;:S;:;:: ""';",' ' : ,":. V ' l '. ! ' : ' :^><,y 

,: ; Sec. 2. Section 202 of the Attorney General, for. the District of Columbia Clarification and 
Elected Term Amendment Act of 2(jlJ), • effective Jfey 27,, 2010 (DiC. Law 18-160; . '57. DCR 
3012), is amended to read as follows: ".."\ 7f .; ', \ '.,,. ,w K : ;j /; - . :". \ v ' .... , . " - ■. ,■■■ ''■ 

! ''"Sec. 202. .Applicability. /; , ... V; ,m ; v •■■'•:.■■ ., ,v , • ■, 

M "Section 201 shall apply upon its v ratificktioh' by a majority of the registered qualified 
electors of the District of Columbia voting in a referendum held for such purpose and a 
35-day period of Congressional review as provided in section 303 of the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 784; D.C. Official Code § 1-203.03), 
and piublicatibri in the District of Columbia Register.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement for the Attorney General Referendum 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2010, effective July 6, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-224; 57 DDE 6916), 
as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home 
Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-2Q6.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by- the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 daySj as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 ''(S7 
Stat,788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). , . . . ,' r - ■',/) (?.:':■ 

1 Approved^ April 27, 2011. ; 1±:,] ' rf ^^ 

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RENTAL HOUSING COMMISSION QUORUM EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 : 

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AN ACf to amend, oh an emergency basis, the Rental Housing Act of 1985 to reduce the quorum 
requirement of the Rental Housing Commission to One member. t ; 

. viBE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,; That this 
act may be cited as the "Rental Housing Commission Quorum Emergency Amendment Act of 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-60, § 4 

Sec. 2. Section 202(b)(2) of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective July 17, 1985 (D.C. 
Law 6-10; D.C. Official Code § 42-3502.02(b)(2)), is amended by striking the phrase "A 
majority" and inserting the phrase "One member" in its place. 

■ Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of May 7, 2011. 

Sec. 4. Sunset. 

This act shall expire the day after at least 2 members have been appointed to the Rental 
Housing Commission pursuant to section 201 of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective July 
17, 1985 (D.C. Law 6-10; D.C. Official Code § 42-3502.01). 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 6. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1- 204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: April 27, 2011. 



MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. DOC-06-067-KEE APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-60 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, proposed Modification No. 2 to Contract No. 
DOC-06-067-KEE to provide commissary services to the District's inmate population, and to 
authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Modification to Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves proposed Modification No. 2 to Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE with Keefe 
Commissary Network, LLC to provide commissary services to the District's inmate popula- 
tion and authorizes payment in the amount of $1,031,651.05 for services received under that 
contract for the base year from September 1, 2009, through August 31, 2010, and an amount 
not to exceed $1.5 million for the first option year from September 1, 2010, through August 
31,2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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sectibn : 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official- Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 3, 2011. ''"' 



CONTRACT NO. DCTO-2009-C-0253 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ^ K 

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Act 19-61 '.,/.. A , y >;, 

AN ACT to approve; on ah emergency basis, Modification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 to Contract No. 
t DCTO-2009-C-0253 for maintenance and support of the District's Unemployment Tax Auto- 
mated System, and to authorize payment for the services received, and to be received, under the 
contract. 

^BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". - : i ( .; . ;^ ;-*,.■ 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia tlome Rule Act, approved.' 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51^ and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 105a of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985, 
effective March 8, 1991 (D.C. Law 8-257; D.C. Official Code § 2-301.05a), the Council 
approves Modification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 to Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 with 
Northrop Grumman Information Technology for maintenance and support of the District's 
Unemployment Tax Automated System and authorizes payment in the amount ■ r;;bf 
$1,308,001.10 for the base year and in the amount of $1,595,712 for option year one, for 
services received, and to be received under that contract. 

Sec/3. Fiscal impact statement. , 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)V - ; 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to, override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ; .uix 

; APPROVED: May 3, 2011. '' '; ' '' ' ' 



HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND POLLIN MEMORIAL 
COMMUNITY DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ; , 

Act 19-62 






AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, an increase in the amount appropriated as dedicated 
tax funds for fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community 
Dedicated Tax Appropriations Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

r Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the Council authorizes an increase up, 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-63, § 4 

to the amount of $8,000,000 in dedicated tax appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 16, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code § 42-2802), managed by the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, for the construction of the Pollin Memorial 
Community. 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer has certified that collections of dedicated tax revenue 
are sufficient to implement the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 11, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. DCHC-2008-D-8080 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-63 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 to provide health care 
services for the Children and Adolescents for Supplemental Security Income program, and to 
authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Contract No. 
DCHC-2008-D-8080 with Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc., to provide 
health care services for the Children and Adolescents for Supplemental Security Income 
program and authorizes payment in the total amount of 91,153,967.58 for services received 
and to be received under that contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. 

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Act 19-64 19th Council Period 

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC. HUMAN CARE ; 

AGREEMENT RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC 
1 EMERGENCY APPROVAL ACT OF 2011 " 

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AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Human Care A^eehieht USl-iS-HGA- 
MHRS-114-BY4-SC between Community Connections, Iricv and the Department! of [ ;Merital 
, Health, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under this human 
care agreement. , . , 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DiSTlllCt ■ 6^ dOL\^^ I MV'^' 
act may be cited as the "Community Connections, Inc. Human 'Car&^Agr&em'ent 
RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC Emergency Approval Act of 2011". , ; ' i ;o^ mlT 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved* 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding tlte 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April : 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Human Care 
Agreement No. RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114^BY4-SC between Community Connections, Inc. 
and the Department of Mental Health in the amount of $1,463,724 for the period of February 
18, 2011, through February 17, 2012, and authorizes payment for services received and to be 
received under this human care agreement for this period. 

Sec. 3! Fiscal impact statement. ' ,'. ' ''' ' ';; J ,v 'J 

The Council adopts tne fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec.4. Effective date. ^ , v ; ... , f , 

: This act shall take. effect following approval by the Mayor (pr in the event of veto by. the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and sMl remain, 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved, December 24$ 1973] (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1-204. 12(a)).. .. ,'■ ,,;/ '^{, \^^ ■ - } » ' /";. ^ V^" w \.;/ ^^,>k 
APPROVED: May 13, 2011. ."I Hfo n> ./.-'A 7;nh^>;wl minx 






CONTRACT NO. DCTO-20H-F-0016 APPROVAL ! M) PAYMENT T^'o 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 . q 

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AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 with Auctor 
Corporation to provide information technology operations and maintenance support for the 
_ Child Support Enforcement System and to authorize payment for the services received and to 
be received under the contract. 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That' this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act of 2011". L 

Sec, 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act^ approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding Ife 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April, 
8 i 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council, approves Contract No.; 
.DCTO-2011-F-0016 to provide information technology operations and maintenance support 
for the District's Child Support Enforcement System and authorizes payment in the^rtbft-to- 

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exceed amount of $1,749,575.30 for services received and to be received under that contract 
for the period January 20, 2011, untilJuly 16, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by- the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. 



HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND DEDICATED 

TAX APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-66 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, an increase in the amount appropriated as dedicated 
tax funds for fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations 
Authorization Emergency Act of 201 1". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the Council authorizes an increase in 
the amount of $16,160,000 in dedicated tax appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 11, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code § 42-2801) ("Act"), managed by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development, based upon a certified increase in 
dedicated tax revenues, to be allocated as designated in the Act. 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer has certified that collections of dedicated tax revenue 
are sufficient to implement the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5, Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)), 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. 

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* UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION EXTENDED 

BENEFITS CONTINUATION EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

' ' ; Act 19-67 ' ; ' " : : 1 : : 7 ; ■ v s - r * 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation 
Act to continue to qualify the District for federal funding of extended unemployment compen- 
sation benefits. ; '' - ■'■ r - ; ■■■''■ ■ • ' v •'■■■' j '-' -*''■• :l{ ^\ 

'" ■' ' ,; -■; ' '. ■' ■ : : ■■■. ■,■ , >■■■.-■■■..?;, ..y; : -,.- ■ .' i ,',; .J m'ri'.)y, /lOVJ'M 

\BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF (3pLUMBIA;;Tliai this* 
act may be cited as the "Unemployment Compensation ^ IMerided/Beri^ 
Emergency Amendment Actof 2011". : " ' "' ';'--' ^^^ :.*>'X MM 

Sec. 2. Section 7(g)(1) of the District of Columbia Unemployment ' (Compensation Act, 
approved August 28, 1935 (49 Stat. 949; D.C. Official Code § 51-1 07(g)(1)), is amended by 
adding new subparagraphs (M) and (N) to read as follows: 

"(M)(i) For weeks of unemployment compensation commencing on or after March 6, 
2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there is a state" "on" indicator if: ' . 

"(I) The average rate of insured unemployment pursuant to subparagraph (D)*of 
this 'paragraph for the period consisting of such week and the immediately preceding . 
12 weeks equals or exceeds 5%; and , 

"(II) The average rate of insured unemployment pursuant to subparagraph (D> of 
this paragraph consisting of such week and the immediately preceding 12 weeks equals 
:' ' ; >: or exceeds 120% of the average of such rates for the corresponding 13-week period . 
ending in each of the preceding 3 calendar years. ; ,■■-■; ■,) ' 

"(ii) There is a state "off' indicator for a week based on the rate of insured 

v unemployment only if for the period consisting of such week arid the preceding 12 weeks 

the calculation set forth' in sub-subparagraph (i): of this subparagraph does not result in; 

an "on" indicator. / - 1 . ; -,/.. •.;. ■■■■> -.-t, ,■•>! vj^:.,- wW^m. 

"(N)(i) For weeks of. unemployment compensation, commencing on or after March 6, 

; 2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there 'is 1 a state "on" indicator if: 1 ' " !:!lf 'V L ^ •'■'■' ""' 

■; ■■..;.: v: ; ;-' , ■.:■-. ■= =■ <- < ,:,•: ;■(.■) ..;ni-i ^ ; W<ft Jl 

M "(I) The average rate of total unemployment (seasonally adjusted),; as ; determined Jbyu 

...the United States Secretary of Labor,- for: the;: period consisting of-i^jmost-r^ce^t,^ 

months for which data for all states are publishedr .before . the close [olE'sucti we.eks T 

equals or exceeds 6.5%; and ^/,,^n tow y -,^i V .^mto S <>(I 

"(II) The average rate of total unemployment in the! District, (seasonally adjusted) j> 

as determined by the United States Secretary of Labor, for the 3-month period 

! referred to in sub-sub-subparagraph (I) of this sub-subparagraph, equals or ex<Meids 

110% of such average for any or all of the corresponding 3-month periods ending&m 

the 3 preceding calendar years. ,.' 

"(ii) There is a "high unemployment period" pursuant to subparagraph L(i) of this 
'• paragraph if sub-subparagraph (i)(I) of this subparagraph were applied by substituting 
- 8%: for 6.5%. ... < '■ : ; . ;; i 

"(iii) There is a state "off indicator for a week based on the rate of total unempl6y- J 
ment only if for the period consisting of the most recent 3 months for which the data for 
all states are published before the close of such week, only if the calculation set forth in 
Di ; subrsubparagraph (i) of this subparagraph does not result in .an: "on" indieatorr.". 

■ Sec; 3. ' Fiscal impact statement. " ' . ' \"^ V ' ' " : '- " ' /Hj: ^'!\ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer, as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act,-,! 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ' - ;* ' ; ■:.;■■ jll "'.y^ ; v 4 

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This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1-204. 12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. 



PROCESSING SALES TAX CLARIFICATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-68 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Processing Sales Tax 
Clarification Act of 2010 to provide that the act shall apply when its fiscal effect is included in 
an approved budget and financial plan. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Processing Sales Tax Clarification Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 3 of the Processing Sales Tax Clarification Act of 2010, effective March 12, 
2011 (D.C. Law 18-324; 58 DCR 3), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 3. Applicability. 

"This act shall apply as of January 1, 2010; provided, that its fiscal effect is included in an 
approved budget and financial plan.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of May 12, 2011. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director for the Processing 
Sales Tax Clarification Temporary Amendment Act of 2011, signed by the Mayor on March 
15, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-35; 58 DCR 2614), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 
602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 
813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. 



TRANSFER EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-69 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, An Act To control the possession, sale, transfer, and use 
of pistols and other dangerous weapons in the District of Columbia, to provide penalties, to 
prescribe rules of evidence, and for other purposes to change the 10 day transfer period from 
the time of application to the time of purchase. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Transfer Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

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Sec. % Section 8 of An Act To control the possession, sale, transfer, arid use of pistols [and 
other dangerous weapons in the District of Columbia, to provide penalties, to prescribe rules 
of evidence, and for other purposes, approved July 8, 1932 (47. Stat. 652; D.C. Official Code 
§ 22-4508), is amended by. striking the. phrase "time of the application for the purchase 
thereof and inserting the phrase "date of purchase" in its place. >:'. • ' ; ; ..,:.&\ 

Sec. 3. Fiscalimpact statement. . iV \ /, , ; .-n/ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec.4. Effective date. - " ':"- : ■ - i ^-- ^^3051*1 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in tiheyeverit^of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § i-204.12(a)). I} '^\^: ° ' \ : 'J '"*■ 

APPROVED: May 13, 2011. )- : ! ; ^ ^. 



LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM CONTRACT NO. 0104-3010C 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY 

ACT OP 2011 

Act 19-70. 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the award of an Agreement to Enter into a Long Term 
Subsidy Contract for a term of 15 years in support of the District's Local Rent Supplement 
Program to fund housing costs associated with affordable housing units for Contract No. 
0104-2010C with Webster Gardens, LP, for units located at Webster Gardens and to authorize 
payment for housing services received, and to be received, under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL' OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA;' That this 
act may be cited as the "Local Rent Supplement Program Gontract No. 0104-2010© Approval 
andPayment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". ; ' '' ' ;:-<,;^a 

.(f;:vK^ :■■•:■■ ' " - ; ; " v ■'■".■■; ■ ,>,*'' ;^!X 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rul$;Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § # . 1-204.51),,. and npi^ffist^^n^Jhe 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Pra f cBces !f R ; e!f6rm Act of 20l6f'etfectM E 'April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-571; D.C. Official Code §^2^ 

Agreement to Enter into a Long Term Subsidy Contract i^h ^bster GaraerisJ LPffeFan 
'annual subsidy amount of $242,976 and payment is authorized' f Or 'services recav^.^^w^ 
received, under the contract. v-^- >■:..- -* ,<-s\ .u\^ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ' ^ -> 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. OfficialCode § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec.4. Effective date. 

\ ; „.This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto, by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Coiumbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May.l9,201L ,v ,. "<,.. ^r^'iliv.iO^i^ 

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BREWERY MANUFACTURER'S TASTING PERMIT 
AMENDMENT EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-71 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, section 25-118 of the District of Columbia Official Code 
to permit a licensee under a manufacturer's license, class B, to conduct tastings of alcoholic 
beverages at the licensed premises. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Amendment Emergency 
Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 25-118 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "retailer's license, class A and B, or an 
applicant" and inserting the phrase "manufacturer's license, class B; retailer's license, class A 
and B; or an applicant" in its place. 

(b) A new subsection (e) is added to read as follows: 

"(e) The holder of a manufacturer's license, class B, may utilize a portion of the licensed 
premises for the sampling of alcoholic beverages between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., 
Thursday through Saturday.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the attached fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the 
fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule 
Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date, 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 19, 2011. 



LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM CONTRACT NO. 0104-2008-0013A 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 

OF 2011 

Act 19-72 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the award of an Agreement to Enter into a Long Term 
Subsidy Contract for a term of 15 years in support of the District's Local Rent Supplement 
Program to fund housing costs associated with affordable housing units for Contract No. 
0104-2008-0013A with SeVerna, LLC, for units located at The SeVerna and to authorize 
payment for housing services received, and to be received, under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves the 
Agreement to Enter into a Long Term Subsidy Contract with SeVerna, LLC, for an annual 

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subsidy amount of $393,600 'and payment is . authorized for services received, and to be 
received, under the contract. ; ■ v 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206. 02(c)(3)).' ,• - 7 - f) { "^ 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ' - ' ..., — ..- ...-'. ., ' ■' a ■ ■ ■'■^:v^'fm\ ' 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action ,by the Council to override the veto)* and shall fem^n in effect -for rid longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the .Council of the 'District of Columbian in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December,, f 24^!li973 ^(87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ,,,, ,, .. , ' , tJ 

, APPROVED: May 19, 2011. .. .,..-. ..^ ? . . )f;) ,., {i -./, ;J0 : ; . ,. vr . ? y.-, : , ;? 

NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION ESTABLISHMENT 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-73 " v ,; ,/lV'" 

AP^ ACT to establish, on an emergency basis, a not-for-profit hospital corporation as an indepen- 
dent instrumentality of the District government, to authorize the corporation to receive the 
land, improvements on the land,, equipment and other assets of the facility known as jthe 
United Medical Center, to operate or retain an operator for the facility, to establish a fund to 
receive the monetary assets and to disburse funds to pay the expenses of the corporation and 
the operations of the hospital, to establish a Board of Directors to manage the corporation, and 
to establish the rights and responsibilities of the board; and to amend the Health Service 
Planning Program Re-establishment Act of 1996 to exempt the corporation, any operator of the 
facility and any successor to lire corporation as owner of the facility including a skilled 
nursing center at the facility from certificate-of-need requirements. ';'".'£ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

TITLE I. NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL ^CORPORATION EStABMS&MEN'Jp: - " 

Sec. 101. Definitions. ' <^vV 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "Board" means the Board of Directors of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. 

(2) "Corporation" means the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation established by section 

';....". ■■. ... , ■' . "■ i ... '. " : "m nnoi .'■ *3co" ; \ ■■"■'.':■.!■ ' /■ ■"".•■'■ Aw f> < 

■f.(3) "Fund" means the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation ^und" established by, section 
- 103.. . . . ■ , ,.K^ s ; ■.-.■/ ■ ,■■■■■ ; ■■■?- 

(4) "Hospital" means: , :7-;, ; . ■ ■•■■-*■.'■; 

;; (A) The acute care hospital on the site; f ■ , 

/; (B) The hospital building on the site; ; , 

(C) All furnishings, fixtures, equipment, supplies* and related amenities located in. the 
acute care hospital and the hospital building; and 

!-.- , ;■ (D) Any other operations located within the hospital building or on the, site, and 
contracts, leases, or other agreements related to those operations. , •■. , , /: 

. ■■>; (5) "Site" means the land comprised of approximately 17 acres at 1310 arid 1350 
Southern Avenue, S.E. . - .•■;.:'.■■■■■>;■■;.'■ ■.; '-, : . ; .i<>'.'r>>/> 

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Sec. 102. Establishment of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. 

(a) There is established as an instrumentality of the District government the Not-for-Profit 
Hospital Corporation, which shall have a separate legal existence within the District govern- 
ment. 

(b) The primary purpose of the Corporation shall be to: 

(1) Receive the land, improvements on the land, equipment, and other assets of the 
United Medical Center; 

(2) Operate and take all actions to ensure the continued operation of the hospital; and 

(3) Sell or otherwise transfer all or part of the hospital and site, if a qualified buyer is 
identified. 

Sec. 103. Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Fund. 

: (a)(1) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation 
Fund. The Fund shall be comprised of: 

(A) Accounts receivable of the Corporation; 

(B) Transferred funds of the United Medical Center; 

(C) Funds obtained through payments from third-party payers, and other sources. 

(2) The Mayor may direct the Chief Financial Officer to deposit in the Fund any and all 
other funds received by or on behalf of the Corporation or the hospital for the purpose of 
operating the Corporation, the hospital, and any other operations conducted by or through 
the Corporation on the site. 

(3) All funds deposited into the Fund and any interest earned on those funds, shall not 
revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at 
the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses 
and purposes set forth in subsection (b) of this section without regard to fiscal year 
limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. 

(b) Disbursements from the Fund may be used for all purposes related to operating the 
Corporation, the hospital, and other operations on the site. 

Sec. 104. Board of Directors. 

(a)(1)(A) The Corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors, which shall consist of 
14 members, 11 of whom shall be voting members and 3 of whom shall be non-voting 
members. 

(B) Of the voting members, the Mayor shall appoint 6 members, with the advice and 
consent of the Council, and the Council shall appoint 3 members. 

(C) The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee, and 
a representative of the entity maintaining the largest collective bargaining agreement 
with the Corporation, with that representative not being an employee of the Corporation, 
shall serve as voting ex officio members. 

(D) The Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and the Chief Medical Officer of 
the Corporation, and the President of the District of Columbia Hospital Association, or 
his or her designee, shall serve as non-voting ex officio members. 

(2) Members shall have business or management expertise in health-systems manage- 
ment or integrated care-delivery systems or experience as a: 

(A) Practicing physician; 

(B) Nursing executive; 

(C) Finance officer; 

(D) Labor manager; or 

(E) Contract manager. 

(b)(A) The terms of the voting members of the initial Board shall be as follows: 

(i) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by the Council 
shall serve 3-year terms; 

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(ii) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by the. Couilcil 
shall serve 2-year terms; and : ,. . h ^ ; . 

(iii) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by the Council 
shall serve one-year terms. Jiiotu 

(B) All subsequent voting-member appointees shall serve 3year terms. . > (($ 

'(c) The Mayor shall submit the names of the Mayor's nominees to the Council within 10 
days of the effective date of this act for a 45-day period of review. If the Council does' hot 
approve or disapprove the nomination, by resolution,; within the 45-day review period, the 
nomination shall be deemed approved. ...... : . , ■. . 

(d) No fewer than 90 days before the expiration of a member's term, the Mayor shall 
submit to the Council the name of a nominee to fill the vacancy. When a vacancy occurs for 
any reason other than expiration of a term, the Mayor shall submit the name of a nominee' to 
the Council within 45 days after the vacancy occurs for a 45-day period of review. If the 
Council does not approve or disapprove the nomination, by resolution, within the 45^day 
review period, the nomination shall be deemed approved. A member appointed, to fill a 
vacancy for an unexpired term shall serve only for the unexpired portion of the term, unless 
the member is reappointed for a new term. " ' ' v; 

(e) A Board member whose term'has expired may Continue to serve until a new member is 
appointed or for 180 days, whichever first occurs; ; ^ ' v -'i ,- ' ;. ;^ ''-:■" 

; (f) The Mayor shall designate achairper^ 
•that capacity at the pleasure of the Mayor. - ■■■■' i ' A fX '.'■■' -■ X \ X- 

(g) A Board member shall not be entitled to compensation but may be reimbursed for 
actual and necessary expenses incurred for performing his or her official duties. ^Unless 
prohibited by law, a Board member may engage in private employment, a profession, or a 
business. J /';';[ 

(h) A Board member shall not be held personally liable for an action taken in the course; of 

his or her official duties and responsibilities. . ' 

■ ' : . .■',:. * n ; 

(i) The Mayor shall remove any Board member for misconduct or neglect of duty,,,a§ 

defined in the Corporation's bylaws, or for other good cause, after notice to the Board 
member and the Board. V"' 

Q) The Mayor shall immediately suspend any Board member charged with a misdemeanor 
or felony and shall remove the Board member if the member is found guilty of the chargel 

(k) The Board shall maintain regular contact with the Director of the Department or 
Health, or successor agency/and shall meet with the Director upon the Director's request. 

Sec. 105. Governance of the Corporation. 

(a) The powers of the Corporation shall be vested in and exercised by the Board. The 
Board may take action at a meeting held at a time and place fixed by the bylaws. The Board 
shall adopt rules for conducting its meetings. 

-.(b)(1) The presence. of 5 voting members shall constitute a quorum of the Board. A 

majority vote of the members present for a quorum shall be necessary for the Board tOj take 

any official action. , ; ^1 

. (2) A Board member shall be considered present for the purpose of establishing or 

maintaining a quorum either by being physically present at the site specified for the B^ard 

meeting or by being electronically present via a speaker telephone, web camera, of' otner 

device capable of transmitting the member's voice or voice arid image to the' Board 

members physically present and the Board members' voices: or voices and images to the 

member employing electronic means to participate. . v , : < y : 

(c) The Board shall hold an annual meeting to inform the public of its plans and programs. 
The Board shall provide notice of the meeting by publishing notice in the District of Columbia 
Register and a newspaper of general circulation in the District hot less than 30 days before 
the date of the meeting, i ■ k ■, ' .:. <;;".;'. .■■■■■:: - ■>■;■'■". V^: 

(d) The Board shall meet not less than once per month, at least 10 months each year. 
Board meetings shall comply with the requirements for open meetings pursuant to section 

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742 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 831; 
D.C. Official Code § 1-207.42). 

(e) The Corporation's fiscal year shall coincide with the fiscal year of the District 
government. 

(f) The Board shall appoint the Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of the United Medical 
Center as CEO of the Corporation and to be in charge of the day-to-day affairs of the 
Corporation, including the hospital and other operations at the site. The Board may 
subsequently conduct a national search to fill the position of CEO. The CEO shall serve at 
the pleasure of the Board. 

(g) The Board may engage a hospital management company to assist in hospital operations 
and may contract or enter into leases with third parties to operate discrete facilities within 
the hospital or on the site. 

(h) The Board shall hold its first meeting no later than 7 days from the date of the 
appointment of 7 or more members. 

(i) The Board shall determine the qualifications and credentialing for health care profes- 
sionals to receive the privilege of practicing within a health-care facility under the Corpora- 
tion's jurisdiction and make reasonable policies and procedures for the conduct of a person on 
the staff of a facility within the Corporation's jurisdiction, consistent with District law. 

Sec. 106. Powers of the Corporation. 

The Corporation shall have the powers to: 

(1) Sue and be sued in its corporate name; 

(2) Adopt a corporate seal and alter the seal at its pleasure; 

(3) Adopt, amend, and repeal bylaws governing the manner in which it may conduct 
business and how the powers vested in it may be exercised; 

(4) Borrow money for any of its corporate purposes pursuant to section 116 and as may 
be permitted under the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 
(87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.01 passim), and other laws of the District; 
provided, that the Corporation's debts shall not be subject to and shall not be backed by 
the full faith and credit of the District of Columbia; 

(5) Provide for the payment of obligations as may be permitted under the District of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code 
§ 1-201.01 passim), and other laws of the District; 

(6) Establish polices for contracting and procurement that are consistent with the 
principles of competitive procurement and, subject to District law, make and execute 
contracts, leases, and all other agreements or instruments necessary and appropriate for 
the exercise of its powers and the fulfillment of its corporate purposes; 

(7) Subject to Council approval by resolution, acquire, construct, and dispose of real or 
personal property of every kind, including a health-care facility or an interest in a health- 
care facility for its corporate purposes; 

(8) Operate, manage, superintend, maintain, ' repair, equip, and control a health-care 
facility under its jurisdiction, including seeking all necessary licenses, certifications, or 
other permits and establishing and collecting fees, rentals, or other charges, including 
reimbursement allowances for the sale, lease, or sublease of any health-care facility; 

(9) Provide health and medical services to the public directly or by agreement with a 
person, firm, or private or public corporation or association; 

(10) Establish policies governing admissions and health and medical services and fees 
and other charges, including reimbursement allowances for providing health and medical 
services; 

(11) Provide and maintain resident physician and intern medical services, as appropriate, 
and sponsor and conduct research, development, planning, evaluation, educational, and 
training programs, as appropriate; 

(12) Provide additional services and adopt a schedule of appropriate charges for addition- 
al services consistent with its corporate purposes; 

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; (13) Employ officers, executives* and management personnel who may formulate^br 
participate in the formulation of the plans, policies, and standards or who may adMinistW, 

^manage, or operate the Corporation, fix their qualifications, and prescribe their duties, <$nd 
other terms of employment, compensation, and benefits; except, that such personnel T sljall 

« be excluded from collective bargaining representation and employ other personnel^ may 
be necessary; . ' '»' /, !. 4 ,. .,. 

,' (14) Subject to the requirements of section 115 of the District of Columbia Appropria^ 

■ tions Act, 2003, approved February 20, 2003 (117 Stat. 123; D.C. Official Code § 1-^29.01), 

and section 446b of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved October 16, 200$ 

(120 Stat. 2040; D.C. Official Code § l-204.46b), apply for and receive donations, gifts, 

.grants of money, real and personal property, services, or other aid; 

(15) Maintain or purchase insurance, including errors and omissions insurance, for the 
Board and officers of the Corporation, or obtain indemnification against losses or liabilities 
of the Corporation; ; ,- 

, (16) Enter into agreements with another organization, public or private, for -goods arid 
services as needed for its corporate purposes; '. 7 

(17) Request and recommend that/the; Chief Financial Officer of the District of GQlumbia 
, invest the Corporation's funds ^and mak^ repommendatiohs to the 

the District of Columbiahow to administer funds; ; ■.■ •. .,,,.,-..,,,.■ - „ ; ..*,■ 

(18) Retain or employ auditors, engineers, and private consultants by contract for 
rendering professional, management, or technical services and advice; 

(19) Subject to District law, engage in a joint venture and participate in a network, 
alliance, consortium pool, or other cooperative arrangement with a public or private entity; 

s and : ■.■,■.', . " ^ 

(20) Do any and all things necessary and proper to carry out its corporate purposes: 1 ' ! 

Sec. 107. Transfer of assets under Deed of Trust. , / \ , 

; Upon foreclosure under the Deed of Trust, Security Agreement, Fixture Filing : ;and 
Restrictive Covenants signed by CMC Realty, LLC and Capital Medical Center, LLC -on 
November 7, 2007, or upon any other transfer of assets, the Mayor is authorized to transfer 
all of the assets, including cash, accounts receivable, and real and personal property, of 
United Medical Center to the Corporation. '.': . . * } 

Sec. 108. Personnel administration. ■;; 

(a) The District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of; 1978, 
effective March 3, 1978 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-601,01 et seq-), shall , not 
apply to employees of the Corporation. „ ■)■.-*. ,; ;v^,v.^ 

(b) Within 6 months of the. first meeting of the Board, the Corporation shall ^promulgate 
policies, practices, and procedures relating to terms and conditions ;ofi employment for 
personnel employed by the Corporation. Until the Corporation establishes; <al personnel 
system subject to applicable laws, the personnel system of the United" Medical) Center' existing 
the day prior to the effective date of this act shall continue to apply to the, Corporation and its 
employees. " ". \ f \:^^\"\^lJ^\ : J. r ^ 

< (c) Subject to federal and District law, the Corporation shall assume and be bound by all 
personnel contracts and existing collective bargaining agreements with labor. organizations 
that represent employees transferred to the Corporation. ; r 

(d) This section shall not to be construed to limit the. right of the Board, to reorganize, 
restructure, reclassify, or eliminate positions. , ;lli . 

; -i (e) The Corporation shall give a hiring preference to qualified District residents; : - V-; 

(f) The Corporation shall have independent personnel authority, including the authority to 
establish its own personnel system, and shall ; not be subject to the District of Columbia 
Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act, effective March 3* 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; 
D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.), or its implementing regulations. 

1(g) The Corporation, with advice from the Chief Executive Officer; shall develop a 
personnel system that includes rules prohibiting an; employee from having a director indirect 

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financial interest that conflicts with, or would appear to conflict with, the fair, impartial, and 
objective performance of the employee's assigned duties and responsibilities. 

(h) The Board members and the CEO 'shall not have any interest, direct or indirect, as 
principal, surety, or otherwise in contract, where the expense or consideration of the contract 
is payable from Corporation funds, 

(i) The Corporation may retain an independent contractor to deliver hospital services, 
except for financial services provided by the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. As part of 
the hospital services a contractor provides, the contractor may manage, supervise, evaluate, 
and propose disciplinary action for government hospital employees, except for employees 
reporting to the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, subject to the following 
limitations: 

"(1) The Corporation determines, in writing, that the contractor is providing services to 
the Corporation and that it is necessary for the operation of the hospital, or an affected 
department of the Hospital, for the contractor to supervise, manage, evaluate, and propose 
disciplinary action for the affected employees. 

"(2) In exercising authority to supervise, manage, evaluate, and propose disciplinary 
action, the contractor shall comply with all Hospital human resource policies, personnel 
contracts, and collective-bargaining agreements. 

"(3) A contractor's proposal for disciplinary action shall not become final unless approved 
by the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital. 

"(4) The Hospital shall not be responsible for the contractor's negligence or misconduct 
related to managing or supervising hospital employees. 

Sec. 109. Budget. 

The Board shall submit its proposed fiscal year 2011 operating budget and each subsequent 
operating budget for the Corporation to the Mayor on the date that District departments and 
agencies are required to submit proposed budgets to the Mayor. 

Sec. 110. Transfer of employees. 

(a) The employees of United Medical Center shall be transferred to the Corporation with 
the same rights and obligations they enjoyed as employees of the United Medical Center. 

(b) The employees transferred from the United Medical Center to the Corporation shall 
not be governed by the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel 
Act, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.), or its 
implementing regulations ("CMPA") and shall not enjoy any rights, benefits, or obligations 
afforded by the CMPA. 

Sec. 111. Procurement law inapplicable. 

(a) The Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law 
18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-351.01 et seq.) ("PPA"), and its implementing regulations shall 
not apply to the Corporation; except, that the Corporation shall be required to comply with 
the requirements regarding multiyear contracts and contracts in excess of $1 million during a 
12-month period pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and section 202 of 
the PPA (D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02). 

(b) Procurement policies employed by the United Medical Center on the day prior to the 
effective date of this act shall continue until the Corporation develops new procurement 
policies. 

Sec. 112/ Exemption from taxation. 

The assets and income of the Corporation shall be exempt from taxation by the District 
government. 

Sec. 113. Reports to the Mayor and the Council. 

On or before December 29 of each year, the Corporation shall submit to the Mayor and the 
Council a report that sets forth for the prior fiscal year its operations and accomplishments, 
revenues and expenses, assets and liabilities at the end of the fiscal year, and the status of 
reserves, depreciation, and special, sinking, or other funds. 

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h Sec. 114. Representation and indemnification, ' .■■:■.- u^^vai 

(a) The officers and employees of the Corporation shall hot be considered District 
government employees for purposes of the District of Columbia Employee Non-liability Act, 
approved July 14, 1960 (74 Stat 519; D.C. Official Code § 2-411 et seq.\ and the District of 
Columbia shall not be liable for any acts or occurrences of the Corporation regardless of 
whether the Corporation purchases insurance or whether purchased insurance covers any act 
or omission of an act. .,;.'". .,., 

-■ (b) The District of Columbia may, upon request by the Corporation and at the discretion of 
the Attorney General for the District of Columbia "(Attorney General"), provide representar 
tioh through the Office of the Attorney General to the Corporation and its officers and 
employees for legal matters related to their official duties. . ;,< 

f- (c) The Corporation may retain outside counsel, other than the Attorney General, ^t its 
own expense to provide representation for the Corporation and its officers and employees in 
actual or anticipated litigation related to their official duties and functions or "in. any other 
legal proceeding, lawsuit, grievance, or arbitration filed against the Corporation, its officers, 
or its employees. : > ; - , ■ r. ■'■■■] '<'. -y* 

^ (d) An action other than an action for medical negligence' or malpractice may motr.be 
maintained against the Corporation for unliquidated danjages to persons or property unless, 
within 6 months after the injuryor damage was sustained, the claimant, his agent,, or ati6rney 
has given notice in writing to the CEO of the approximate time, place, cause, and circum- 
stances of the injury or damage. : ' l - vi '' 

(e) The District of Columbia and its officers and employees shall not be liable for and/may 
not be made a party to any lawsuits or claims arising from the operation of the Corporation. 

Sec. 115. General Counsel. \' '..'.,. 

(a) The Corporation may have a General Counsel who shall: ;i 

(1) Be appointed by the CEO; ■■ ; . :.■■■■.; : -y, 

(2) Be an attorney admitted in good-standing to the practice of law in the District rof 
.Columbia; 1; r; \ 

-' (3) Be qualified by experience and training to advise the Corporation with respect to 
l-, legal issues related to its powers and duties; , ■'.■' ....-; 

(4) Have an attorney-client relationship with the Corporation; and 
! , (5) Advocate vigorously for the positions of the Corporation on legal issues. ',; v 

(b) The General Counsel, with the consent of the CEO, may employ staff attorneys ;i and 
other personnel. , , : ^ . s( .^ 

Sec. 116. Debts and borrowing. .,, <> ... . .,,,., .,,.<■■: r - .'.:;■« .-..,, 

(a) The Corporation is authorized by the -Council pursuant to^ section 490(a)(6); of ; the 
district of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24^ 1973, (§7 Stat. S09; D.C; Official 
Code § l-204.90(a)(6)), to incur debt, including lines of credit, to carry, out the authorize^ 
purposes of the Corporation. The Corporation may, at any time, and from time to ; time, enter 
into debt obligations, by resolution of the Board. Debt of the Corporation shall be payable 
solely from the revenues of the Corporation from whatever source derived and shall not be 
issued in the, form of obligations maturing longer than 5 years, including renewals. The 
Corporation shall have the power to incur indebtedness regardless of whether the interest 
payable by the Corporation or the income derived by the holders of the evidence of the 
indebtedness is, for the purposes of federal taxation, includable in the taxable income of the 1 
recipients of these payments or is otherwise not exempt from the imposition of taxable income 
on the recipients. No official, employee* or agent of the Corporation shall be held personally 
liable solely because a- debt instrument is issued. 

(b) Any debt created pursuant to this section shall hot: ; - .- , : ..■ ! • ; ■ , 

(1) Be considered general obligation debt of the District for any purpose* including the 

, limitation on the annual aggregate 'limit on debt of the District of Columbia under section 

603(b) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act,< approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 

814; D.C. Official Code § i-206.03(b»; , - ,,,; , :.; 

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(2) Constitute a lending of the public credit for private undertakings for purposes of 
section 602(a)(2) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 
(87 Stat. 814; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(a)(2)); 

(3) Be a pledge of or involve the full faith and credit of the District of Columbia, other 
than with respect to any dedicated taxes; or 

(4) Constitute a debt of the District. 

Sec. 117. Continuation of privileges to practice. 

(a) A health-care professional who has the privilege of practicing at the United Medical 
Center as of the effective date of this act shall retain practice privileges with the Corporation 
until the: 

(1) Privilege expires;. 

(2) Board alters or amends the privilege; or 

(3) Board revokes the privilege. 

(b) The Board shall retain the policies regarding determining the qualifications for health- 
care professionals to receive the privilege of practicing that existed at United Medical Center 
on the day prior to the effective date of this act until the Corporation replaces the policies 
pursuant to section 105(i). 

Sec. 118. The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia shall exercise authority 
over the Corporation consistent with section 424 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved April 17, 1995 (109 Stat. 142; D.C. Official Code §§ l-204.24a, l-204.24b, and 
l-204.24c). 

TITLE II. CERTIFICATE OF NEED AMENDMENT. 

Sec. 201. Section 8(b) of the Health' Services Planning Program Re-establishment Act of 
1996, effective April 9, 1997 (D.C. Law 11-191; D.C. Official Code § 44-407(b)), is amended 
by adding a new paragraph (15) to read as follows: 

"(15) Changes in 1 ownership, whether voluntary or involuntary, of the short-term, acute- 
care hospital known as the United Medical Center and a long-term acute care hospital and 
a skilled nursing facility at the same location, known as the Southern Avenue Facilities, 
shall be exempt from the certificate of need requirements for the purpose of: 

"(A) Allowing the transfer from the owner of record to another owner of all or a 
portion of the Southern Avenue Facilities; 

"(B) Notwithstanding any other provision of District law, allowing the owner of record, 
a subsequent owner, or caretaker, regardless of whether the transfer is voluntary or 
involuntary, to close or terminate a health service outside of the United Medical Center 
within 30 days after the effective date of the Not-for-ProfIt Hospital Corporation 
Establishment Emergency Amendment Act of 2010, effective July 7, 2010 (D.C. Act 
18-476; 57 DCR 6937)("Hospital Act"); or 

"(C) Allowing the entity acquiring the United Medical Center to establish, within 90 
days of the effective date of the Hospital Act, a skilled nursing facility with no more than 
120 beds in the existing buildings located in the 1300 block of Southern Avenue, S.E.". 

TITLE III. GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Sec. 301. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact' statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 302. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24,1973 (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). " . r v *j 

APPROVED: June 8, 2011. ' ■'' 



PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BOARD HOLDOVER EXTENSION 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 ; 

Act 19-74 i ■; 5 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive 
Merit Personnel Act of 1978 to provide for an extension of the holdover period for members of 
the Public Employee Relations Board. v , ■ 

' BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT GP , 'dbLTMB'lA, ; ^at^tiiis 
act may be cited as the "Public Employee Relations Board Holdover Extension' Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2011". ^ ; ^ ' i: -^ ^ v: :/; 'h ;'^ ■>,).; *,:V >j ':.;:,.-..■=- :?-■■; ».: m\ 

.. . Sec. 2. Section 501(h) of the District of Columbia, ^Government Comprehensive Merit 
Personnel Act of 1978, effective March Official t^ode 

§ l-605.01(h)), is amended by adding a hew sentence at tBe end to read as follows: "If the 
Council has not confirmed a nominee, pursuant to section 2(e)(17) of the Confirmation Act of 
1978, effective March 3,4979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(e)(17», for a 
vacancy in an office prior to the expiration of the term of the office, including any holdover 
period, the holdover period established under section 2(c) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, 
effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(c)), for the office shall 
be extended for an additional 90 days, or until a successor is nominated and confirmed, 
whichever is earlier.". • ■ a] ^^ 

■■■■■•■ :>■:'(! 

Sec, 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). \ ; .V' 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

Deemed approved without signature, June 22; 2011. . '" 



HEIGHTS ON GEORGIA AVENUE DEVELOPMENT U^F 
EXTENSION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-75 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, section 47-4628 pf the District of Columbia Official pode 
to extend, for an additional 12 months, the time by which the first level of concrete must be 
laid for the development of the Heights on Georgia Avenue, and to authorize the Mayor id 
further extend time periods if necessary. 

' BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA* That this 
act may be cited as the "Heights on Georgia Avenue Development Extension Emergency Act 
0f2011": ■; ■ .'■. . .■■ ,- : • ■■ '■ *■■■ < ' t : , ■ ;'::.;;.:; 

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Sec. 2. Section 47-4628 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (b)(1) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 2010" and inserting 
the phrase "December 31, 2011" in its place. 

(b) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the phrase "section, one 6-month extension" and 
inserting the phrase "section, extensions" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for. emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)). 

APPROVED: June 23, 2011. 



REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION ESTABLISHMENT 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

OF 2011 

Act 19-76 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Real Property Tax 
Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2010 to provide a delayed applicability date for the 
act, 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Congression- 
al Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2010, effective 
April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-363; 58 DCR 963), is amended by adding a new section 3a to read 
as follows: 

"Sec. 3a. Applicability. 

"Sections 2 and 3 shall apply as of October 1, 2011.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability date. 

This act shall apply as of June 13, 2011. 

Sec. 4 Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer for the Real 
Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Temporary Amendment Act of 2011, 
signed by the Mayor on April 27, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-55; 58 DCR 3886), as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 23, 2011. 

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HEAT WAVE SAFETY EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-77 < *' 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Retail Electric Competition and Consumer 
Protection Act of 1999 to prohibit the electric company from disconnecting residential electric 
service when the heat index is forecasted to be 95 degrees Fahrenheit or above. . /> 

ti BE 'IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Heat Wave Safety Emergency Amendment Act of2011'V : ., ,, v. )VV ,. \ 

Sec. 2. The Retail Electric Competition and Consumer Protection Act of 1999, effective 
May 9, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-107; D.C. Official Code § 34-1501, et;seq.), is amended, by adding a 
new section 106a to read as follows: > ■■:•; .},: , ■ v ; \ •• -v v.- ..vr.M-. 1 *'; 

"Sec. 106a. Disconnection of service in extreme temperature prohibited. 7 ' ■'• /■;-•> ■■■■A': 

"(a) The electric company shall not disconnect residential electric service during the day 
preceding, and the day of, a forecast of extreme temperature. If the forecast of extreme 
temperature precedes a holiday or weekend day, the electric company shall not disconnect 
residential electric service on any day during the holiday or weekend. 

1 "(b) For the purposes of this section, the term "forecast of extreme temperature'" means a 
National Weather Service forecast that the heat index for the District of Columbia will be 95 
degrees Fahrenheit or above at any time during a day.". ' ■ ■ . ';,. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. , ■ /v '-' "-"-'■■■■'■ , -w 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement 6f the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official: Code § 1-206.02 (c))(3)). 

, Sec. 4. Effective date. ^ :,.,_. .,,,,,, ■,-,,..,..,.;..',■ 

This acfc shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in; the eyent ; ^)f yeto.by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no>lohger 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Acty approved^ {December 24, v 1973^87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-2.04.12(a)), , "\--w?\ .i^il" <xti ;<n i^r, -.; v^h ;^i ' 

APPROVED: June 23, 2011. wwhimti-, niv^^yw, vt -i/M \r> 

CONTRACT NO. NFPHC-100 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-78 / V'"—' 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification 1 to Contract No. NFPHC -400 between 
the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation and Washington Hospital Center Corporation Wash- 
ington Hospital Center to enhance the maternal- and child-health services at the Not-for-Profit 
Hospital Corporation by obtaining the services of Washington Hopsital Center physicians 
licensed in the District of Columbia specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, and to authorize 
payment for the services received and to be received under the contract. - 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. NFPHC-100 Modifications Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act of 2011", ' , 

■ Sec. 2,, Pursuant to section 451, of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1978,(87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
1 to Contract No. NFPHC-100 between the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation and: the 

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Washington Hospital Center Corporation to provide obstetrics and gynecology services to the 
Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation and authorizes payment in the total amount of $ 1,818,475 
for services received and to be received under the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)), 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 23, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. DCFB-2008-C-0038 CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 AND 
PROPOSED CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 APPROVAL AND PAY- 
MENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-83 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Change Order No. 2 and proposed Change Order No. 3 
to Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 with Consys, Inc., for the renovation of Engine Company 
10, and to authorize payment for the services received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 Change Order No. 2 and proposed 
Change Order No. 3 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
■December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D;C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Change 
Order No. 2 and proposed Change Order No. 3 to Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 for the 
renovation of Engine Company 10 and authorizes payment in the amount of $1,836,132 for 
services received under that contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the'District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 27, 2011. 

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? LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM CONTRACT NO. 0076-2007^1^ 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ^ oI ! 

ACT OF 2011 "l " l J }l 

Act 19-84 

AN ACT to approve, oh an emergency basis* the award of an agreement to enter into a long term 
subsidy contract for a term of 15 years in support of the District's Local Rent Supplement 
Program to fund housing costs associated with affordable housing units for Contract No. 
0076-2007-1 with Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, for units located at The Euclid and 
to authorize payment for housing services received, and to be received, under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; That this 
act may be cited as the "Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0076-2007^-1 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". Y . 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code §2-352.02), the Council approves the 
agreement to enter into a long-term subsidy contract with Jubilee Housing Limited Partner- 
ship II for an annual subsidy amount ; of $185,640, and authorizes payment for services 
received, and to be received, under the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rules Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ...-.'..., ' '"" 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). \ " ,; ' ;; ' 

APPROVED: June 24, 2011. 



LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAJVI CONTRACT NO, OO7MOO0 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ^ i 

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AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the award of an Agreement to Enter into a Long Term 
Subsidy Contract for a term 15 years in support of the District's Local Rent Supplement 
Program to fund housing costs associated with affordable housing units for Contract No. 
0076-2007-2 with Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II for units located at The Sorrento and 
to authorize payment for housing services received, and to be received, under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, /That this 
act may be cited as the "Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 0076-2007-2 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". ,.,.'.; 

- Sec. 2, Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves the 

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agreement to enter into a long-term subsidy contract between the District of Columbia 
Housing Authority and Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II for an annual subsidy amount 
of $98,124 and authorizes payment for services received, and to be received, under the 
contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 27, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO; DCP0-2009-C-0008D MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-86 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 and proposed 
Modification No. I I to Contract No. DCPO-2009-C-0008D to provide security services to the 
public-school system, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received 
under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCP0-2009-C-0008D Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and proposed Modification No. 11 to Contract No. DCPO-2009-C-0008D 
with Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., to provide security services to the public-school 
system and authorizes payment in the amount of $7,062,168.10 for services received and to be 
received in the first option year of the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973- (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 27, 2011. 

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CONTRACT NO. CFOPD-ll-C-024 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT^'^- 



AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 7^ (i l l 



Act 19-87 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the award of multiyear Contract No. CFQPD-11-G4024 
with Wells Fargo Bank* N.A., to provide comprehensive banking services for the District ,o£ 
Columbia to the Office of the Ohief Financial Officer. . ..,',. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No, CFOPD-ll-C-024 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act of 2011". ■ » 

. Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding section; 
202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 18, 20li (DiC. Law 
18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves the award of Contract No. 
CFOPD-ll-C-024 with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., to provide comprehensive banking services 
for the District of Columbia to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer and authorizes 
payment in the not-to-exceed amount of $12,408,397 for the services received under Letter 
• Contract No. CFOPD-ll-L-024 and to be received during the remainder of the S-^year base 
term of the contract. • .. ; .,;■; r <. . ;i -. ; ^ ; ; ; ■ r ■:/ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code§ l-206.02(c)(3)). .")A W, 

Sec.4. Effective date. /'' )[ .^',.\j^ : v ,, ^ ;'. h ^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto byi the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the, Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Homfe Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l~204.l£(a)). ; : ' - > n '' ; ™ 

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APPROVED: June 27, 2011. 

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ARTHUR CAPPER/CARROLLSBURG PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS 
REVENUE BONDS EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 

" Act 19-88 ' : '■■■■'■■^■'.■•"■i ■■■■■■ ■ v '.;>..; :wr>v,-; 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the PILOT Authorization Increase and Arthur 
Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements Revenue Bonds Approval Act of 2006 to include in 
the definition of Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements certain public facilities, and to 
permit payment of the costs of construction off-site of Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improve^ 
ments with proceeds of bonds issued pursuant to the act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements Revenue Bonds 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 201 of the PILOT Authorization Increase and Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg 
Public Improvements Revenue Bonds Approval Act of 2006, effective March 8, 2007 (D.C, ; 
Law 16-244; 54 DCR 609), is amended as follows: : ;- 

(a) Paragraph (12) is amended by striking the phrase "the relocation, construction, and 
redevelopment of certain public facilities located within or serving the Capper/Carrollsburg 

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PILOT Area" and inserting the phrase "the relocation, construction (on-site or off-site), and . 
redevelopment (on-site or off-site) of certain public facilities located within or serving the 
Capper/Carrollsburg PILOT Area, including off-site facilities for the Department of Public 
Works operations relocated from the Capper/Carrollsburg PILOT Area" in its place. 

(b) Paragraph (16)(B) is amended to read as follows: 

"(B) Costs of relocation, construction (on-site or offsite), and redevelopment (on-site or 
off-site) of the Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements, including off-site facilities for 
the Department of Public Works operations relocated from the Capper/Carrollsburg 
PILOT Area;". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 27, 2011. 



FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET SUPPORT EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-93 

AN ACT to establish, on an emergency basis, the Department of General Services as a separate, 
cabinet-level agency, to manage the capital construction program for District government 
facilities and the real property assets of the District of Columbia; to repeal the Office of 
Property Management Establishment Act of 1998, which established the Department of Real 
Estate Services, and Title VII of the Public Education Reform Amendment Act of 2007, which 
established the Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization; to amend the Procure- 
ment Practices Reform Amendment Act of 2010 to repeal the provision exempting the Office of 
Public Education Facilities Modernization from the act, and to exempt the Department of 
General Services from being subject to the authority of the Chief Procurement Officer; to 
authorize the Office of the Secretary of the District of Columbia to issue competitive grants to 
promote voting rights and statehood in the District; to establish as a nonlapsing fund the 
Council Technology Projects Fund; to amend the Comprehensive Housing Strategy Act of 2003 
to require the Mayor to submit a new comprehensive housing strategy to the Council; to 
amend the Emergency and Non-Emergency Number Telephone Calling Systems Fund Act of 
2000 to allow monies to be used to defray security costs during fiscal year 2011 and 2012; to 
amend the District of Columbia School Reform Act of ,1995 to establish requirements for 
special education expenditures of public schools; to amend the Uniform Per Student Funding 
Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998 to define the terms 
"allowable special education costs," "Special Education Capacity Fund," "Special Education 
Compliance Fund," and "Special Education Payment," to modify the per student funding 
foundation level for fiscal year 2012, and to provide for a supplemental allocation for extended 
school days; to amend the Healthy Schools Act of 2010 to repeal the provision authorizing 
reimbursements from the Healthy Schools Fund for public charter school breakfasts and to 
require a certain amount of revenues derived from the collection of tax imposed upon vendors 
by D.C. Official Code § 47-2002 be deposited annually into the Healthy Schools Fund; to 
amend the Day Care Policy Act of 1979 to bring the Child Development Facilities Regulations 
of 2007 into compliance with the statutory maximum licensing capacity; to amend the Uniform 
Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998 to 
require the Office of the State Superintendent of Education to hold the July 15 payment in 
escrow pending a final decision by the eligible charter authority on whether to revoke the 
charter of a public charter school; to amend the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2003 
to clarify conditions of eligibility for a loan to be used for public charter school improvement; 

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to require, by October 1, 2011, the Department of Mental Health to issue rules governing '! 
' eligibility for locally funded mental-health-rehabilitation services; to amend the Department, 
of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2001 to provide that the department ,js r m>t) 
precluded from establishing by regulation a mental health benefit program or plan based u^ph; 
eligibility or non-eligibility for Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance coverage; to amehci 
An Act To enable the District of Columbia to receive Federal financial assistance under tit)le 
XIX of the Social Security Act for a medical assistance program and for other purposes to 
provide that review and approval by the Council of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget and Financial 
Plan shall constitute Council review and approval required for certain modifications and 
waivers to the state plan for medical assistance; to amend the Prevention of Child Abuse and 
Neglect Act of 1977 to adjust deadlines for implementation of family assessments as an 
alternative to investigations; to require the Children and Family Services Agency to enter into 
a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Mental Health in fiscal year 2012 to 
fund services provided by the Choice Providers to children and youth under the supervision of 
the Child and Family Services Agency; to amend the Department of Health Function^ 
Clarification Act of 2001 to provide an one-day-a-year exemption to the prohibition on public* 
smoking for a special event which permits cigar smoking; to amend the District of Columbia 
Traffic Act, 1925, the District of Columbia Revenue Act of 1937, and section 18-il2.12 of the 
District of Columbia Municipal Regulations to increase the fee to obtain a duplicate operator's 
permit,, learner's permit, provisional permit, or registration certificate and to increase the : fee'' 
to obtain a duplicate non-driver identification card or commercial driver's license; to amend: 
Chapters 20 and 22 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to specify a mechanism 
for remittance of taxes on additional charges by room remarketers for occupancy of hotel; 
accommodations by transients; to amend Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to repeal the section on minimum funding for the Office of Public Education 
Facilities Modernization's capital budgets being included in the budget and financial plan; to 
amend Chapter 20 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to repeal the section on 
the dedication of sales tax revenue for the Public School Capital Improvement Fund; to amend 
the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Act 
of 1998 to adjust deadlines for submission of reports of the Public Education Finance Reform 
Commission to the Council; to amend the Fiscal Year 2001 Budget Support Act of 2010 and the 
Fiscal Year 2011 Supplemental Budget Support Act of 2010 to adjust funding transfers; to 
amend the Department of Transportation Establishment Act of 2002 to increase the amounts to 
be deposited into the Unified Fund; to amend section 47-2002 of the District of Columbia- 
Official Code to increase the parking tax rate from 12% of gross receipts to 18% of gross 
receipts; to amend section 25-722 of the District of Columbia Official Code to allow off- 
premise alcohol sales to occur until midnight; to amend section 47-2002 of the District of 
Columbia Official Code to increase the tax rate on the gross receipts of sales of certain 
alcoholic beverages from 9% to 10%; to amend the Ballpark Omnibus Financing and Revenue 
.. Act of 2004 to provide that the section shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an 
approved budget and financial plan; to amend the Hospital Assessment Act of 2010 to increase 
the assessment per licensed bed for fiscal years 2011 through 2014; to repeal arid convert to 
local funds or make lapsing various special purpose revenue and dedicated tax funds; land to 
undesignate special purpose revenue funds for fiscal year 2011; and to amend the i Financial 
Plan Transfer of Special Purpose Revenues Act of 2009 to adjust fiscal year 2011, 2012? and 2013 
funding transfers. :.'..■:/'.*.: --..\> ■•\imvn i\\ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COL UMB1A,°TK^ this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Emergency" Aft iapflll". 

TITLE I. GOVERNMENT DIRECTION AND SUPPORT ^" 

SUBTITLE A. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES 

Sec. 1001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Department of General Services Establishment Emer- 
gency Act of 2011". 
See. 1002. Department of General Services; establishment. 

(a) There is established, as a subordinate agency within the executive branch of the 
District government, the Department of General Services ("Department"), which shall be 
headed by a Director who shall carry out the functions and authorities assigned to the 
Department. ... ■■■< ^ 

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(b) The functions of the Department shall be to: * 

(1) Manage the capital improvement and construction program for District government 
facilities, including the modernization or new construction of District facilities by approving 
and authorizing decisions at every stage of modernization and new construction, including 
planning, design, procurement, and construction, in accordance with the approved Capital 
Improvement Plan; 

(2) Acquire real property, by purchase or lease, for use by the District government; 

(3) Manage space in buildings and adjacent areas operated and leased by the District 
government, assist District agencies in implementing space plans, and administer the 
employee parking program; 

(4) Provide building services for facilities owned and occupied by the District govern- 
ment, including engineering services, custodial services, security services, energy conserva- 
tion, utilities management, maintenance, inspection and planning, and repairs and non- 
structural improvements; 

(5) Administer the disposition of District real and personal property through sale, lease, 
or other authorized method, and to exercise other acquisition and property disposition 
authority delegated by the Mayor; and 

(6) Manage data and information needs pertaining to real property, including maintain- 
ing inventory records for tracking and controlling District-owned, controlled, and leased 
space. 

Sec. 1003. Organization. 

There are established 6 primary organizational functions in the Department as follows: 

(1) Agency Management, which shall include the staff and organizational units needed to 
carry out the overall plan and direction for the Department, including coordination and 
management for information technology, resource allocation, human resources, procure- 
ment, fixed -cost forecasting for District facilities, and the administrative functions of the 
Department; 

(2) Capital Construction, which shall: 

(A) Implement and oversee the Department's capital improvement program for Dis- 
trict government facilities; and 

(B) Execute the capital budget program, which includes the rehabilitation of existing 
real property facilities and construction of new facilities supporting the District; 

(3) Portfolio Management, which shall coordinate: 

(A) Lease administration; 

(B) Allocation of owned and leased properties to District agencies; 

(C) Property acquisition and disposition; and 

(D) Rent collection from entities leasing District-owned or leased properties; 

(4) Facilities Management, which shall coordinate the day-to-day operations of District- 
owned properties by: 

(A) Maintaining building assets and equipment; 

(B) Performing various repairs and non-structural improvements; and 

(C) Providing janitorial, trash and recycling pickup, postal, and engineering services; 
provided, that the District of Columbia Public Schools ("DCPS") shall remain responsible 
for providing janitorial services at DCPS facilities; 

(5) Contracting and Procurement, which shall provide services and support in procuring 
for the District: 

(A) Construction, architecture, and engineering services; 

(B) Facilities maintenance and operation services; 

(C) Real estate asset management services, including leasing and auditing; 

(D) Utility contracts; 

(E) Security services; and 

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(F) Such other services necessary or desirable to improve the effectivehessToMhe 
Department and advance the purposes of this act; and :; ^ ■ < [ i ■ 

(6) Protective Services Police Department, which shall coordinate, manage, arid provide 
the security and law enforcement requirements for District government facilities. : " ■<> hw> 

Sec. 1004. Director; appointment. 'Mad 

(a) The Director shall manage and administer the Department and all functions u and 
personnel assigned thereto, including the power to redelegate to other employees and officials 
of the Department powers and authority as in the judgment of the Director are warranted in 
the interests of efficiency and sound administration. ; " ; 

(b) The Director shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the 
Cpuncil pursuant to section 2(a) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. 
Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(a)), and shall have extensive experience ; in 
construction project management or real property management. ^ \, J 

Sec. 1005. Transfers. 

(a) All functions assigned, authorities, delegated^ positions,; personnel, property,. records, 
and unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds ayaikble or tp r .be 
rnade available to the Department of Real Estate Services and the Office of Public Education 
Facilities Modernization are transferred to the Department. 

(b) All functions assigned, authorities delegated, positions, personnel, property, records, 
and unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds available or to, be 
made available for capital construction and real property management functions of other 
subordinate executive branch agencies, except for the District Department of Transportation, 
as the Mayor considers necessary to effectuate this act, are transferred to the Department. 

* (c) All functions assigned, authorities delegated, positions, personnel, property, records, 
and unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds available or ttj be 
made available to the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development for its asset 
management program, including the DC USA Garage, are transferred to the Department; 
provided, that with respect to funds which are deposited or held in special purpose revenue 
funds and fund the asset management program, the Deputy Mayor for Planning and 
Economic Development shall enter into a memorandum of understanding with the depart- 
ment to pay for the asset management program, including the DC USA Garage, from such 
special purpose revenue funds. ' )J V. l . r !"".; ' ' T 

Sec. 1006. Inventory of real property assets. . .. : . ; , ", : _ .. r .^ 

(a) The Department shall maintain an inventory of all real property assets, basefi upon 
information provided by each District department,, agency, and instrumentality un^er the 
executive control of the Mayor. The inventory 'shall be maintained by the Department on a 
centralized automated database. Inforriiatiori- contained in the database, for reach ^property 
shall include the following: Vin;;:.;,, ^cf-i/n'l-^r^i «U' 

(1) A detailed description of each real property, asset; : ; , .; ; ^j -,■■<>> .;",[/ ^h-HNr,'-; d) 

(2) Facility condition assessments, which shall contain a proposed' or actual ): aMual 
budget for maintenance and deferred maintenance,' and, a detailed des.craptiQrifarid /estimate 
of any needed repairs; ,, .,, -?.,,,, )e . ; , ; ,^ ■- .■ ^v^r"-^/? (id 

(3) The street address of the property; , ...,, ■ j; ,.;,..,■■ <-:r< ;■,.■,<■■;*<, :"'}) 

(4) The property's square and lot number; > >hri(t 

(5) The current and prospective future use of the property; • • '*" 

(6) The area of the property in square feet and, if improved, the gross floor 1 area, 
including the subsurface area and the number of stories of any building on the property; 

(7) The current assessed value of the property and any improvements; 

(8) The Ward and Advisory Neighborhood Commission boundary , within which the 
property is located; and 

(9) Whether the real property is located within a historic district or is designated as a 
registered historic landmark under District or federal laws and, if so, the designation. 

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(b) The Department shall make available to the public on its website a database of 
information of the inventory of all real property assets in a form substantially similar to that 
as maintained and used by the -Department. 

(c) The Department shall maintain a facilities condition assessment of all District-owned 
assets under the control of the Mayor on a rolling basis of over 5 years. 

(d) This section shall apply to improved commercial real property assets, whether occupied 
or unoccupied, and all real property assets that the Mayor has determined to be no longer 
needed for educational purposes and for which jurisdiction has been transferred to the 
Department of Real Estate Services for disposal 

(e) The Director shall submit to the Council an annual report indicating the changes in 
inventory no later than 30 days after the beginning of the fiscal year. 

(f) For the purposes of this section, the term "real property asset" means real property 
titled in the name of the District or in which the District has an interest or jurisdiction and 
includes all structures of a permanent character erected thereon or affixed thereto. 

Sec. 1007. Green building priority. 

Priority consideration for the District government's facility needs shall be given to 
buildings fulfilling or exceeding the LEED-NC 2.2 standard or the LEED-CS 2.0 standard 
at the silver level. For purposes of this subsection, the terms "LEED-CS" and "LEED-NC" 
shall have the same meanings as provided in section 2(28) and (30) of the Green Building Act 
of 2006, effective March 8, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-234; D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.01(28) and 
(30)). 

Sec. 1008. Representative program. 

(a) The Director may contract for the services of a representative to provide real estate 
brokerage or real estate consulting services. 

(b) Each contract for the services of a representative shall -be awarded on a competitive 
basis to a qualified real estate professional in accordance with procurement regulations 
promulgated pursuant to this act. 

(c) The representative shall perform an analysis of all aspects of the proposed contract or 
real estate transaction, including the costs and benefits, and shall negotiate on behalf of the 
District; provided, that the representative shall not bind the District, and the terms of the 
contract shall be approved by the Director and, if applicable, by the Council. 

(d) Fees paid for the services of a representative may be paid by either party in a 
transaction, either as a percentage of the total contract value or a fixed dollar amount, 
according to the terms of the contract as negotiated between the District and the representa- 
tive. 

Sec. 1009. Rules. 

The Mayor, pursuant to Title 1 of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, 
approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.), shall issue rules 
to implement the provisions of this subtitle, including rules for the valuation of the factors to 
be considered under section 1007. 

Sec. 1010. Transition. 

To facilitate the establishment of the Department, the City Administrator is authorized to 
coordinate and implement the transition process for the Department. The City Administra- 
tor shall transmit to the Council, which shall approve or disapprove by resolution, an 
implementation plan for the new agency no later than September 1, 2011. The plan shall: 

(1) Include an organizational chart; 

(2) Identify redundant positions and functions; and 

(3) Include a plan for transferring employees that details how many employees will be 
required to re-apply for new positions. 

Sec. 1011. See Forever Foundation— Evans Campus. 

The Department shall have the authority to direct and manage the modernization or new 
construction of the See Forever Foundation— Evans Campus, as authorized funds become 
available. 

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Sec. 1012. Conforming amendments. ' V.' '■- ^ ■ .' :"T 'id) 

(a) The Office of Property Management Establishment Act of 1998, effective MarcK" f 2f6-/ 
1999 (D.C. Law 12-175; D.C. Official Code § 10-1001 et seq.\ is repealed. - ™ 

(b) Title VII of the Public Education Reform Amendment Act of 2007, effective June 1 12, 
2007 (D.C. Law 17-9; D.C. Official Code § 38-451 et seq.), is repealed. j ^ 

'(c) Section 105(c)(8) of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, eJ^etwe^ril^S, 
2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-351. 05(c)(8)), is repealed. : "; ' _■■ '■'" .;.."."■ "" f ^'V?.^' ■ - - 

(d) Section 201(b) of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April $J$$ 
(D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.0l(b)), is amended as foil ows:: ^ ,' l^^' 

(1) Paragraph (9) is amended by striking the word ."and" at the end.,; , ? '.'_ : : .^ y^>\ii.<yr.v 

(2) Paragraph (10) is amended by striking the period and mserting ( the !r p^ase."; lf j^n^[ ;L in 
;. its P lace - .' ■ . ■ 'r'^' ■>,.;: .■ H ■■■' -dr {n^tKn Zh nr [></ft?i 

(3) A new paragraph (11) is added to read as follows: ;*>;.,>u£/v. ^ v, >i -rnv'mvw ; fir, whisht 
"(11) The Department of General Services.". '-u -nhfc i :?/?it) .Yf-K .<)■:/>; 

Sec. 1013. This title subtitle shall apply as of October 1, 20ll- provMedf that Section 1 IfrLO 
shall apply as of the effective date of this act. '■ ' ' ' ! 

SUBTITLE B. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 

LIMITED GRANT-MAKING AUTHORITY. ^ 

Sec. 1021. Short title. y r : - 

This subtitle may be cited'as the "Office of the Secretary Limited Grant-Making Auihority. 
Emergency Act of 2011". -.-in 

'Sec. 1022. Notwithstanding any other law, the Office of the Secretary of the Distnc'tof 
Columbia may issue competitive grants to promote voting rights and statehood in the District 
of Columbia. ; * 

SUBTITLE C. NONLAPSING FUND FOR COUNCIL TECHNOLOGY PRO JECJT^| 

Sec. 1031. Short title. ■ * ....y^-nu 

This, subtitle may be cited as the. "Council Technology Projects Fund; Establishment; 
Emergency Act of 2011". - ■ ^ >,■.,- ■'.:; n ■' ;■; ; T , ■ ' ■■■ ■■•»< - ■: -- ■-■ >r. 

Sec. 1032. Council Technology Projects Fund. ■ . -,,-r ,-%-:,>*.;;■ 

.(a) There is established as a , nonlapsing fundlthe; Council Technology,, Project 
CTund"). All funds deposited into the Fund,, and any interest earned on those fundSi. shall 
not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the @erieraLFuhd of the District-Of Columbia at 
the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, but shall be continually available for the. uses' 
and purposes set forth in subsection (b) of this section without vegBrd^^^^^eBr-.^mdtj^on, 
subject to authorization by Congress. ^ v „ T ,. , ,?, ...,, , ...r ; ; , .-■.. < 5 . ..^ 

(b) The Fund shall be used solely for the purposes "oFmaiiit^ 

technology used for the benefit of the Council and shairHe H RidWmstered ; by the Council^ 
Chief Technology Officer. v/on n r ; ■ - < -; V . ■,•..-.■. ■ : ;;: 

(c) The following shall be deposited into the Fund: , u , r u ;. ; , 

L (1) All excess monies remaining in the operating budget for the Council of ithe District of 
Columbia at the end of each fiscal year; l ■>'"'■ 

(2) Any interest earned from the monies deposited into the Fund; and 

(3) Any other funds received on behalf of the Fund or the Council for the purpose of 
maintaining and upgrading the technology for the Council. .■..<■'■■ , > ' f x v \: 

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TITLE II. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION 
SUBTITLE A. COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING STRATEGY AMENDMENT 

Sec. 2001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Comprehensive Housing Strategy Emergency Amend- 
ment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2002. Section 5 of the Comprehensive Housing Strategy Act of 2003, effective March 
10, 2004 (D.C. Law 15-73; D.C. Official Code § 6-1054), is amended by adding a new 
subsection (c) to read as follows: 

"(c)(1) No later than 120 days after the effective date of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget 
Support Emergency Act of 2011, passed on emergency basis on June 14, 2011 (Enrolled 
version of Bill 19-338), the Mayor shall submit to the Council a Comprehensive Housing 
Strategy for the District, separate from the Comprehensive Housing Strategy required by 
section 4. The Comprehensive Housing Strategy shall be submitted to the Council for a 
45-day period of review, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council 
recess. If the Council does not approve or disapprove the Comprehensive Housing Strategy, 
by resolution, within the 45-day review period, the Comprehensive Housing Strategy shall be 
deemed approved. 

"(2) In developing the Comprehensive Housing Strategy, the Mayor shall: 

"(A) Consider the updated recommendations of the task force established pursuant to 
subsection (b) of this section; 

"(B) Address the criteria set forth in section 3(c); and 

"(C) Include budgetary analyses demonstrating how the Comprehensive Housing 
Strategy will affect current and future financial plans, including an analysis of the long- 
term impact on the District's affordable housing programs from the annual use of $18 
million from the Housing Production Trust Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing 
Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective March 16, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. 
Official Code § 42-2802), to support the Rent Supplement Program.". 

TITLE III. PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUSTICE 
SUBTITLE A. E-911 FUND FIXED COSTS 

Sec. 3001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "E-911 Fund Fixed Costs Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 3002. Section 603 of the Emergency and Non-Emergency Number Telephone Calling 
Systems Fund Act of 2000, effective October 19, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-172; D.C. Official Code 
§ 34-1802), is amended by adding a new subsection (b-3) to read as follows: 

"(b-3) Notwithstanding subsection (b-2) of this section, monies in the Fund may be used to 
defray security costs during fiscal year 2011 and fiscal year 2012.". 

TITLE IV. PUBLIC EDUCATION 

SUBTITLE A. FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND 
PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS AMENDMENT 

Sec. 4001. Short title: 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Funding for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 4002. Section 2401 of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved 
April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.01), is amended by adding new 
subsections (c) through (h) to read as follows: 

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"(c) The requirements to meet 'IDEA'S Maintenance of Effort Obligation and T Use of 
Formula Special Education Payments are as follows: s 

"(1)(A) All public schools within the District of Columbia receiving Special Education 

Payments, as that term is defined in section 102(1 1C) of the Uniform Per Student Funding 

Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective March' 26, 

1999 (D.C. Law 12-207; D.C. Official Code § 38-2901(110)), and federal grant funds under 

the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ("IDEA"), must eiqpendi'in'tQM'br'fe'r 1 

:; capita, an equal or greater amount of its non-federal, District funds on allpwable:jspeeial 

education costs each subsequent fiscal year as required by 34 CFR § 300.203 "Main^enMcH 

of effort", except as provided in 34 CFR § 300.204 "Exception tt) .maintenance., ofiiefforb"^ 

and 34 CFR § 300.205 "Adjustment to local fiscal efforts, in certain fiscal years". ^ ( j^-^ 

1 "(B) This requirement applies to the -District of .Columbia; Public ScnoQlS;f ; ("5)S^p)] 

and all public charter schools regardless of whether they have elected ' DGPSnaSi(jbheir/ 

\ LEA for special education purposes, ; . ; : ■■>;; r . r ;^i -j;.-;- y^mitt 

"(C) Special education attorney fee expenditures made pursuant to 34 CFR §'3001517 

shall not be included in the IDEA Maintenance of Effort calculation for DCPS or public 1 

. charter schools, ' ; » 

"(D) If it is determined at any point, that DCPS or a public charter school has failed to' 

maintain level of effort for expenditures made with non-federal, District funds for special 1 

: education as defined in 34 CFR § 300.203-205 of IDEA, the District shall withhold an 

amount equal to the difference from the school's next scheduled Formula base payment. 

In no case shall such withholding be taken from Special Education Payments made to the 

school in any fiscal year. 

"(E) If a public charter school relinquishes its charter or if a final decision is made by 
the eligible chartering authority to revoke the charter as described in section 2213, the 
public charter school shall refund to OSSE the unexpended amount of the Special 
Education Payment necessary to ensure compliance with 34 CFR § 300.203. In no case 
shall federal funds, for which accountability to the federal government is required, be 
used to pay this liability. 

"(2) Expenditure of Special Education Payments by public schools are restricted for use 
in accordance with allowable special education costs as that term is defined in section 
102(1A) "of the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public 
Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-207; D.C. Official Code 
§ 38-2901(lA)), unless an LEA is in compliance with 34 CFR § 300.203 andtes received 
an Annual Determination as required by 34 CFR § 300.600(a) of "Meets Requirements" for 
the most recent year for which this information is available. 

; "(3) Expenditures for attorney fees related to IDEA due process hearings pursuant to'34 ; 
CFR § 300.517 may not be paid from Special Education Payments; except that such fees 
may be paid from funds received under the Special' Education Compliance Fufid as that 
term is defined in section 102(1133) of the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Publib 
Schools and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-207;: 
■ D.C. Official Code § 38-2901Q1B)). Nothing in this section shall prohibit a public school 
from paying for attorney fees from other non-special education ; portions of #?> JPomulaj 
payments. 

"(4) All Special Education Payments must be, expended .., within the fiscal year within 
which they were appropriated, unless the LEA is in compliance with the IDEA mainte- 
nance of effort requirements in 34 CFR § 300.203 and received an annual Determination of 
"Meets Requirements" under 34 CFR § 300.600(a). 

"(5)(A) If DCPS or a public charter school does not have an Annual Determination of 

"Meets Requirements" and fails to expend in its entirety Special •Education Payments on 

allowable special education costs within the fiscal year within which the funds are 

"appropriated, the public school must reserve the full amount of unspent, funds. The 

reserved funds shall be expended pursuant to a Corrective Action Plan approved by OSSE. 

■".' y "(B) If DCPS or a public charter school fails to comply with the requirements of this 

paragraph, the District shall withhold an amount equal to the unspent portion of such 

funds from the school's next scheduled Formula base payment. In no case shall such 

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withholding be taken from Special Education Payments made to the school in any fiscal 
year. 

"(d) |DCPS and public charter schools shall provide to QSSE, at least annually, a certified 
report of all expenditures made with Special Education Payments for each fiscal year. 

"(e) OSSE shall issue guidance to clarify reporting requirements for the purpose of 
determining whether DCPS and each public charter school have: 

"(1) Expended Special Education Payments on allowable special education costs as 

required by this section; 

"(2) Made expenditures for attorney fees related to IDEA Due Process Hearings 
pursuant to 34 CFR § 300.517 in accordance with subsection (c)(3) of this section; and 
"(3) Complied with federal IDEA Maintenance of Effort requirements. 

"(f) The OSSE, utilizing official budget and expenditure data provided by the Office of the 
Chief Financial Officer, shall monitor the DCPS and public charter schools for compliance 
with the requirements in this section. 

"(g) DCPS and public charter schools shall adhere to monitoring policies issued by OSSE 
pursuant to this section. 

"(h) In the event the distribution of a Formula payment is delayed to DCPS or a public 
charter school, the school shall receive additional time to expend the distribution based upon 
the difference in the number of days between the scheduled distribution date and the actual 
distribution date of funds to DCPS or the public charter school.". 

Sec. 4003. The Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools arid -Public 
Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-207; D.C. Official Code 
§ 38-2901 et $eq.) t is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 38-2901) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1A) is redesignated as paragraph (IB). 

(2) A new paragraph (1A) is added to read as follows: 

"(1A) "Allowable special education costs" means costs incurred for the following pur- 
poses: 

"(A) Instruction, salaries, benefits, supplies, textbooks, and other expenses, including: 

"(i) The cost of salaries and benefits of special education program teachers, regular 
program teachers, and teacher aides, allocated to the corresponding working time that 
each person devotes to special education, including services required by an individual- 
ized education program; 

"(ii) Teaching supplies and textbooks for special education programs; 

"(iii) The purchase, rental, repair, and maintenance of instructional equipment 
required to implement a student's individualized education program; t 

: "(iv) Professional development activities for teachers who work with, or provide 
services to, students with disabilities; 

"(v) Contracted services, including fees paid for professional services, advice, and 
consultation regarding children with disabilities under the IDEA, and the delivery of 
special education services by public or private entities; and 

"(vi) Transportation costs for special education instructional personnel who travel on 
an itinerant basis from school to school or to in-state and out-of-state individualized 
education program meetings; 

"(B) Related services as defined in 34 CFR § 300.34 and supplementary aids and 
services as defined in 34 CFR § 300.42 and also including the following: 

"(i) Salaries and benefits of professional supportive personnel, corresponding to the 
working time that each person devotes to implementing services required pursuant to 
an individualized education program ("IEP") as defined in 34 CFR § 300.22. 

"(ii) Salaries and benefits of clerical personnel who assist professional personnel in 
supportive services, corresponding to the working time that each person devotes to 
special education services or program; 

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^ ■ r-.i "(iii) Supplies for related services and supplementary aids and services; i r.- : - : .for 

"(iv) Contracted services, including fees paid for professional advice and consultation 
I-- m regarding children with disabilities under the IDEA or related services and supple- 
v ,, mentary aids and services, and the delivery of such services by public or private 
f ,, agencies; ; ^ ;;<>')" 

"(v) Transportation for special education-related services personnel arid providers' >o£ 
,, ; .;.r, supplementary aides who travel from, school to schopl or to in-state- arid out-,of 7 state 
individualized education program meetings; and ^, ^ ; . :j , \ ; ,g- : >. ( 

"(vi) Equipment purchase, rental, repair* and nramtenance' required to.impleriient- 
.related services and supplementary aids and services as required , by a) student's 
individualized education program; , ... ■;,... ^ 

;; .. "(C) Administrative expenses related to the direct implementation of IDEA Part B 
,, programmatic and fiscal requirements within the public school, including: . 

"(i) Salaries and benefits of staff who ensure programmatic and fiscal requirements 

; . - j of IDEA are being implemented, corresponding to the working time that e^chi: person 

devotes to the implementation of IDEA; „ ^, J( , - i» :^-v\^ ^ 

; "(ii) Contracted services, including fees paid for professional services* advice, .arid 
consultation regarding the implementatiori of IDEA, arid the delivery /of Special; 
. education services to students with IEPs by public or private entities;, <■'■ ■■•■>, >-w$ r 

"(D) Assistive technology devices for 'students' with IEPs, not including 'medical 
■ devices surgically implanted (ie., cochlear implant); ^ r - ' '' 

''(E) Implementation of due process hearing decisions; ^ " , > i! 

"(F) Implementation of compensatory education plans; - r .,.,.,. 

"(G) Implementation of coordinated early intervening services programs ("CEIS") as " 
defined in 34 CFR § 300.226; and 

"(H) Transition of a student back into public schools in the District who, as a result of 
ah IEP decision or due process hearing decision, is currently attending non-public 
schools.". f ' ; l 

(3) Paragraph (11A) is redesignated as paragraph (11D). 

(4) New paragraphs (11 A) through (11C) are added to read as follows: r rr 

"(11 A) "Special Education Capacity Fund" means funds provided to public schools 
through the Formula to support activities required to improve the quality of special 
education programming available to students and to ensure that all personnel necessary to 
carry out Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ("IDEA") pursuant to 34 
CFR § 300.207, are appropriately and adequately prepared, subject' to the requirements of 
34 CFR § 300.156 related to personnel qualifications for teachers, related servicS proViders, 
and paraprofessionals. " -^ ."";; 

"(11B) "Special Education Compliance Fund" means funds provided to public 'schools 
through the "Formula" to support activities required to address identified noncompliance 
'> with federal and local laws and regulations regarding the provision of specikl -education 
services to students with disabilities, > ; r ' ( ; ^ >**'.■-..;>■.,. ■ ; •• ;.■'■■)■ > i ';?*'■ ^ > 

; "(110) "Special Education Payment"' mekrik funding appropriated >by 'the District 
; through the "Formula" in the following budget categories: Speciial educatioh f Schools, 
Special Education Add-ons, Special Education Capacity Fundy Special Education Compli- 
ance Fund, Residential Add-ons for Special Education, and Special Education Add-ons for 

Students with Extended School Year ("ESY") Indicated in Their Individualized Education 
Programs. 

^.(b) Section 104 (D.C. Official Code § 38-2903) is amended by striking the phrase ; "$8,770 
per student for fiscal year 2011" and inserting the phrase "$8>945 per student for fiscal year 
2012" in its place. 

(c) Section 105 (D.C. Official Code § 38-2904) is amended by striking the tabular array and 
. inserting the following chart in its place: . ■>•; -m< '-,.:. n- ,:-::--:\ 

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Grade Level 

i 


Weighting 


Per Pupil 

Allocation inFY 


Pre-School 


1.34 


$11,986 


Pre-Kindergarten 


1.30 


$11,629 


Kindergarten 


1.30 


$11,629 


Grades 1-3 


1.00 


$8,945 


Grades 4-5 


1.00 


$8,945 


Ungraded elementary 


1.00 


$8,945 


Grades 6-8 


1.03 


$9,213 


Ungraded middle school/junior high 


1.03 


$9,213 


Grades 9-12 


1.16 


$10,376 


Ungraded senior high 


1.16 


$10,376 


school 


Alternative program 


1.17 


$10,466 


Special education 


1.17 


$10,466 


Adult 


0.75 


$6,709 



(d) Section 106(c) (D.C. Official Code § 38-2905(c)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(c) The supplemental allocations shall be calculated by applying weightings to the founda- 
tion level as follows: 

"General Education Add-ons: 



"Level/ 
Program 



Definition 



Weighting Per Pupil 

Supplemental 



"LEP/NEP Limited and non-English 



0.45 



$4,025 



'f Summer An accelerated instructional program 0.17 
in the summer for students who do 
not meet literacy standards pursuant 
to promotion policies of the District 
of Columbia Public Schools and pub- 
" He charter schools 



$1,521 



"Extended 

school day 


Extended learning time beyond the 
regular school day 


0.1 


n/a 


"Special Education Add-ons: 


"Level/ 
Program 


Definition 


Weighting 


Per Pupil 

Supplemental 


"Level 1: 
Special 


Eight hours or less per week of spe- 
cialized 


0.58 


$5,188 


"Level 2: 
Special 


More than 8 hours and less than or 
equal to 16 hours 


0.81 


$7,245 



specialized services 



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"Level/ 
Program 


Definition, '■>,;.<■<■/ Weighting 


Per Pupil '^'^ 
Supplemental 


■.;..!■ ■, • .^ . V J .,/.l! 


"Level 3: 

Special 

Education 


More than 16 hours and -less than or 1.58 

equal to 24 hours per school week of 

specialized f ".\ : " "'"""' 


t ('vj.^f^h 



"Level 4: More than 24 hours pefweek which 
Special may include instruction in a selfcon- 

Education tained (dedicated)special education 
school other than residential place- 
ment - 1 



310 " Y : $27,730" 



"Special Weighting provided in addition to 0.40 

Education special education level add-on weight- 
Capacity irigs on a per student basis for each 
Fund student identified as eligible for spe- 
cial education. 



$3,578 



■.'/ 



Special Weighting provided in addition to 

Education special education level add-on weight- 
Compliance ings on a per student basis for each 
Fund student identified as eligible for spe- 

cial education. 



,0.16 






r--?-'/T 



"Residential D,C. Public School orpublic charter 
Y.'/, r; : school that provides students with- . 

room and board in aresidential set- 
ting, in addition to theinnstructional 
program 



1.70 



.■-"T:; \jd-j .:ii 



$15,207 



"Residential Add-ons: 



"-Level/ 
Program 



-Definition 



Weighting Per Pupil 

Supplemental 



"Level 1: Additional funding to support the af- 
Special ter-hours level 1 special education 

Education—: needs of students living in a D.C. 
Residential Public School or public charter school 

1 .-. j;y' that provides students withroorri and 

board in a 



0.374 



$3,345 



"Level 2: Additional funding to support the af- 

Special ter-hours level 2 special education 

Education^ needs of students living ina D.C. 

Residential Public School orpublic charter school' 

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"Level/ 
Program 



Definition 



Weighting 



Per Pupil 

Supplemental 



thatprovides students withroom and 
board in a 



3: 



"Level 
Special 

Education — 
Residential 



Additional funding to support the af- 
ter-hours level 3 special education 
needs of students living ina D.C. 
Public School or public charter school 
that provides students withroom and 
board in a 



2.941 



$26,307 



"Level 4: Additional funding to support the af- 
Special ter-hours level 4 special education 

Education — needs of limited and non- English 
Residential proficient students living in a D.C. 

Public School or public charterschool 
that providesstudents with room and 
board in a 



2.924 



$26,155 



"LEP/NEP- Additional funding to the after-hours 
Residential Limited and non-English proficiency 

needk of students living in a D.C. 

Public School or public charter school 

that provides students with room and 

board in aresidential 



0.68 



$6,083 



"Special Education Add-ons for Students with Extended School Year ("ESY") Indicated in 
Their Individualized Education Programs ("IEPs"): 



"Level/ 
Program 



Definition 



Weighting 



Per Pupil 
Supplemental 



"Special Additional funding tosupport the 0.064 

Education summer school/program need for stu- 

Level 1 dents who require extended school 

ESY year 



$572- 



IEPs 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education summer school/program need for stu- 

Level 2 dents who require extended school 

ESY year (ESY) services in their 



0.231 



$2,066 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education summer school/program need for stu- 

Level 3 dents who require extended school 

ESY year (ESY) services in their 



0.500 



$4,473 



"Special 
Education 



Additional funding to support the 
summer school/program need for stu- 

149 



0.497 



$4,446" 



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,"Level/^' : Definition : ■> Weighting Per Pupil > ; 
Program :■' Supplemental^ 

Level 4 dents who require extended school ; < ..-, 

ESY year (ESY) services in their , ii; ! ;- ' 



SUBTITLE B. HEALTHY SCHOOLS TECHNICAL AMENDMENT, ACT.: > T 

Sec. 4011. Short title. • —...-,. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Healthy Schools Technical Emergency Amendment Act 
of 2011". 

Sec;,4012. Section 102 of the Healthy Schools Act of 2010, effective July 27, 2010 (D.C. 
Law 18-209; D.C. Official Code § 38-821.02), is amended as follows:, ; ' 

(a) Subsection (c)(2) is repealed. : ;' ; 

(b) New subsections (f) and (g) are added to read as follows: " ■ ' ' 

"(f) Beginning on October 1, 2011, an amount of $4,266,000 from the revenues derived from 
the collection of the tax imposed upon all vendors by D.C. Official Code ,§47-2002 shall be 
deposited annually into the Fund. 

"(g) -All; excess monies remaining in the Fund at the end of a fiscal year shall be 
administered by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education for the purposes set 
forth in subsection (c)(6) and (7) of this section.". 

SUBTITLE C. DAY CARE POLICY AMENDMENT 

Sec. 4021. Short title. 1 ........... .,.V. __, 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Day Care Policy Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

h Sec. 4022. { Section 2(3) of the Day ©ares'Policy : Act of 1979, effective September 19, 1979, 
(D.C. Law 3-16; D.C. Official Code § 4-401(3)), is amended to read as follows: ''' J v ' ■."''' 

"(3) The term "child development home" means a private residence which .provides a 
child development program for up to a total of 6 children with rid more than 2 children 
younger than 2 years of age in the group. The total of 6 children shall not include 1 those of 
the caregiver who are 6 years or older; provided, that the total number of children of the 
caregiver between the ages of 6 and 15 years shall not exceed 3, and of those 3 fchildr^nV no 
more than 2 shall be age 10 years or younger. A. child development ho mevshaMalso 
include care given to a child by a caregiver related to/the : qhndw -Fortthe purpbs^/oflthis 
paragraph, the term "related" means any of the following relationships .by marriagej^blbod, 
or adoption: Grandparent, parent, brother, sister, step-sister, step-brother, uncleV qr ^unt.". 

SUBTITLE D. CHARTER SCHOOL PAYMENT ADVANCE AMENDMENT 

Seci4031. Shorttitle. , : ..y' : ^' 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Charter School Payment Advance Emergency Amend- 
ment Act of 201 F. ki, ; . r 

Sec. 4032. Section 107b of the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Spools 
and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective April 13, 2005 (D.C. Law 15^348;^ D.C. 
Official Code § 38-2906.02), is amended by adding a new subsection (h) to read &s< follows: 

"(h) If an eligible charter authority proposes to revoke the charter of a public charter 
school as described in section 2213 of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, 
approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321 [250]; D.C. Official Code § 38-1802.13), during any 
period prior to a July 15 payment, consistent with this section, the Offiefe of the State 
Superintendent of Education ("OSSE") shall hold the July 15 payment in escrow pending a 
final decision by the eligible charter authority. Upon a final revocation decision* the Mayor 

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shall have no obligation, "to release the escrow funds. The OSSE, in its discretion, may 
approve the distribution of the July 15 payment as it considers appropriate.". 

SUBTITLE E. DIRECT LOAN FUND FOR CHARTER SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT 

Sec. 4041. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Direct Loan Fund for Charter School Improvement 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 4042. Section 143(b) of the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2003, approved 
February 20, 2003 (117 Stat. 131; D.C. Official Code § 38-1833.02), is amended as follows: 

(a) Paragraph (6) (D.C. Official Code § 38-1833.02(f)) is amended" to read as follows: 

"(6) To be eligible for a loan under this subsection, an applicant shall be one of the 
following: 

"(A). A public charter school with a charter in effect pursuant to the District of 
Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. 
Official Code § 38-1800, . .01 et seq.)j which meets or exceeds its performance goals as 
outlined in its originating charter; 

"(B) A limited liability company that participates in a New Markets Tax Credit 
program transaction structure with public charter schools; or 

"(C) A nonprofit corporation that develops and finances a facility that will be occupied 
by a public charter school throughout the term of the loan; provided, that in the event 
the facility financed under this subsection is not occupied by a public charter school, the 
loan shall be deemed to be in default". 

(b) A new paragraph (8) is added to read as follows: 

"(8) The term of a loan within the context of a New Markets Tax Credit, as this term is 
defined in the Internal Revenue Code, may extend to 7 years; all other loan terms under 
this subsection shall not exceed 5 years.". 

TITLE V. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 
SUBTITLE A. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ELIGIBILITY 

Sec. 5001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Mental Health Services Eligibility Emergency Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 5002. Mental health eligibility requirements. 

By October 1, 2011, the Department of Mental Health shall issue rules governing eligibility 
for locally funded mental-health-rehabilitation services. At a minimum, the rules shall limit 
eligibility to: 

(1) District residents; 

(2) Individuals who are not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare or are not enrolled in any 
other third-party insurance program; provided, that eligibility or enrollment in the D.C. 
HealthCare Alliance shall not preclude eligibility for locally funded mental-health-rehabili- 
tation services; 

(3) Individuals 19 years of age and older who live in households with a countable income 
of less than 200% of the federal poverty level and individuals under 19 years of age who live 
in households with a countable income of less than 300% of the federal poverty level; and 

(4) Individuals who meet the definition of "children or youth with mental health 
problems" or "persons with mental illness" as those terms are defined in section 102(1) and 
(24) of the Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2001, effective 
December 18, 2001 (D.C. Law 14-56; D.C. Official Code § 7-1131.02(1) and (24)). 

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Section 103(e) of the Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Acfc&f 2Mb, 
effective December 18, 2001 (D.C. Law 14-56; D.C. Official C6de § 7-1 131.03(e)), is amended 
by striking the phrase "insurance coverage" and inserting the phrase "insurance coverage; 
provided, that nothing in this section shall preclude the Department from establishing^by 
regulation a mental-health-benefit program or plan based upon eligibility or rion-eligibiliiiy for 
Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance coverage" in its place. X ; ; '^H 

SUBTITLE B. MEDICAID STATE PLAN AMENDMENT p c^ 

Sec. 5011. Short title. l '"' / ' ^; "v 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Medical Assistance Program Emergency Amendment 
Act of 2011". ' ; ; / ;: 

Sec. 5012. Section 1(a) of An Act To enable the District of Columbia to receive. Federal 
financial assistance under title XIX of the Social Security Act for a medical assistance 
program and for other purposes, approved December 27, 1967 (81 Stat. ^44; D.C. Official 
Code § l-307.02(a)), is amended by adding a new paragraph (5) to rfead'as follows: 

■"(5) Review and approval by the Council of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget arid' Financial 
Plan shall constitute the Council review and approval required by paragraph (^)vof this 
subsection of: .;„ - • : V 

"(A) Any modification or waiver to the state plan required to change the methodology 
'■■ used for the reimbursement for single source brand name drugs from the average 
wholesale price minus 10% to wholesale acquisition cost plus 3%; and k 

"(B) Any modification or waiver to the state plan required to change in whole or in 
part the level of personal care services offered as a state plan benefit". 

SUBTITLEC. FAMILIES TOGETHER AMENDMENT 

Sec. 5021. Shorttitle. :;;") 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Families Together Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 5022. The Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977, effective September 
23, 1977 (D.C. Law 2-22; D.C. Official Code § 4-1301.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 104(e) (D.C. Official Code § 4-1301.04(e)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1) is repealed. 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: "" - r ^ 

(A) The lead-in language is amended bynStriiking l^e phrase "October l^OlQ^arid 
'-inserting the phrase "December 15, 2011" in its place. r '•''■' "•■ v 

■:> . ■ ■ ■'■■,', ■.■. KV.)\:&\\> il.i l <(■■.,." '.. ; '-. /" ; ': ■ , ,": ■ V • '■'.•.'V 1 ,-:' ;■,■'•{ 

; .(B) Subparagraph (A) is amended by 1( stri^^ 
Vof this alternative to investigation; and"" and "inserting the phrase, "to phase; in'j, full 
implementation of this alternative to investigation;" in its place. ^ , '_.,;.,, .;^, ■[ ' 

. (C) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the period at the, end and inserting the 
'* phrase"; and" in its place. ' :o ' 1 »m»-™*K, <>< x ■■■>:•>: .-w:.^/ 

(D) Anew subparagraph (C) is added to read asfoliows: :i - [[?•"■■ :i 

"(C) Whether additional funding will be needed in fiscal year 2013 for expanded 
implementation.". 

(b) Sectiori 601(d)(1) (D.C. Official Code § 4-1306.01(d)(l)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(d)(1) Within 180 days of the effective date of the Families Together Emergency Amend- 
ment, Act of 2011, passed on emergency basis on June 14, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 
19-338), the Mayor, pursuant to Title I of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure 
Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seg.), shall issue 
rules to implement the Families Together Amendment Act of 2010, effective September 24, 
2010 (D.C. Law 18-228; 57 DCR 6926).". < ;./;-■ 

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SUBTITLE D. CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY MEMORANDUM OF 
UNDERSTANDING WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH 

Sec. 5031. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Child and Family Services Agency Memorandum of 
Understanding with the Department of Mental Health Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 5032. By October 1, 2011, the Child and Family Services. Agency ("CFSA") shall 
enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Mental Health in the 
amount of at least $500,000 for fiscal year 2012 to -fund services provided by the Choice 
Providers to children and youth under the supervision of CFSA. 

SUBTITLE E. SPECIAL EVENTS EXEMPTION 

Sec. 5041. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Special Events Exemption Emergency Amendment Act 
of 2011". 

Sec. 5042. Section 4917 of the Department of Health Functions Clarification Act of 2001, 
effective April 4, 2006 (D.C. Law 16-90; D.C. Official Code § 7-743), is amended as follows: 

(a) Designate the existing text as subsection (a). 

(b) Anew subsection (b) is added to read as follows: 

"(b) A hotel licensed under D.C. Official Code § 25-113 shall be exempt from the 
provisions of this part once a year for one day for the purposes of hosting a special event 
which permits cigar smoking; provided, that the hotel shall: 

"(1) Notify the Department of Health in writing in advance of the event; 

"(2) Pay a fee of $2,500 to be remitted to the Regulatory Enforcement Fund as 
established under section 4903; and 
"(3) Permit employees to opt out of working the special event with no penalty.". 

TITLE VI. TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC WORKS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT 
SUBTITLE A. DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES FEE MODIFICATION 

Sec. 6001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Department of Motor Vehicles Fee Modification 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 6002. Section 7(a)(4) of the District of Columbia Traffic Act, 1925, approved March 3, 
1925 (43 Stat. 1121; D.C. Official Code § 50-1401.01(a)(4)), is amended by striking the figure 
"$7" both times it. appears and inserting the figure "$20" in its place. 

Sec. 6003. Section 2(d)(4)(C) of Title IV of the District of Columbia Revenue Act of 1937, 
approved August 17, 1937 (50 Stat. 681; D.C. Official Code § 50-1501.02(d)(4)(C)), is amended 
by striking the figure "$7" and inserting the figure "$20" in its place. 

Sec. 6004. Section 112.12(b) of Title 18 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations 
(18 DCMR § 112.12(b)) is amended by striking the figure "$7" and inserting the figure "$20" 
in its place. 

Sec. 6005. This subtitle shall apply as of July 1, 2011. 

TITLE VII. FINANCE AND REVENUE 

SUBTITLE A. PROCEDURE FOR REMITTANCE 
OF HOTEL TAXES BY ONLINE VENDORS 

Sec. 7001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Procedure for Remittance of Hotel Taxes by Online 
Vendors Emergency Act of 201 1". 

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Sec. 7002. Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: '■ '■; TH 

(a) Chapter 20 is amended as follows: ■. .U''> 

(1) Section 47-2001 is amended as follows: ■.■„> - , n t ,. ; 

- ; . . (A) Subsection (h)(1)(G) is amended by striking the phrase "charge for, any room" and 
inserting the phrase "charge, including net charges and additional charges/ for any.rQom" 
. in its place. '.'*' ' ,,,..... ..,,. ,. 

(B) Anew subsection (a-1) is added to read as. follows: •., , ... .,...,, '.,. .. '., '...-; c„^ rm 

"(a-1) "Additional charges" means the excess of the gross receipts from! the salenofuor 
charges for any room or accommodations received by a room;; remarlceterl'jover^the^ngt 
charges.". 

(C) A new subsection (h-1) is added to ,fead as follows: ft* FT ]iTH v 1$ ' 

"(h-1) "Net charges" means the gross receipts from the sale of or charges for any room, or 
accommodations received from a room remarketer by the operator of a hotel, inn, tourist 
camp, tourist cabin, or any other place in which rooms, lodgings, 5 6r accommodations are 
regularly furnished to transients for a consideration". [: >m 

;(D) A new subsection (o-i) is added to read as follows: ' ; : 

"(o-l) "Room remarketer" means any person, other than the operator of a hotel, inn, 
tourist camp, tourist cabin, or any other place in which rooms, lodgings, or accommodations 
are regularly furnished to transients for a consideration, having any right, access^ ability, or 
authority, through an internet transaction or any other means whatsoever, to offer, reserve, 
book, arrange for, remarket, distribute, broker, resell, or facilitate the transfer of rooms the 
occupancy of which is subject to tax under this chapter and also having any right, access, 
ability, or authority to determine the sale or charge for the rooms, lodgings, or accommoda- 
tions.". •' ; 

(2) Section 47-2002(2)(B) is amended to read as follows: 

. " ■■ ' , " ■ :-.iri'j 

"(B) If the occupancy of a room or rooms, lodgings, or accommodations is reserved, 

booked, or otherwise arranged for by a room remarketer, the tax imposed by this 
paragraph shall be determined based on the net charges and additional charges received 
by the room remarketer.". •■'.».' '■.■.. : ■', . ., I ..Ii7$ 

, (3) Section 47-2002.02(l)(B) is amended to read as follows: . Vi 

"(B) If the occupancy oif a room or rooms, lodgings, or accommodations is reserved, 
booked, or otherwise arranged for by a room remarketer, the tax imposed by this 
paragraph shall be determined based t on the net charges and additional charges received 
by the room remarketer.". 

; > (4) Section 47-2015 is amended by adding anew subsection (a-1) to read as follows:, ^ 

"(a-1) For purposes of this chapter arid Chapter 22/ a room remarketer is d vendor tinly 
with respect to additional charges and shall file returns and remit tax with resfiect^to 1 sucti 
additional charges only. The room remarketer shall also collect the tax imposed -by this 
chapter and Chapter 22 with respect to net charges and shall remit the tax to the operator^ pf 
the hotel, inn, tourist camp, tourist cabin, or any other place in which rooms^ lodgings, \or 
accommodations are regularly furnished to transients for a consideration, ; The operator shall 
be deemed to be a vendor with respect to such net charges and shali ( file ; returns; >and : remit 
tax with respect to such net charges", ■ <v •Ja( A\ \ 

(b) Chapter 22 is amended as follows: '. i ■;":,' Ur^s <•'..'•;' \\ .A 

(1) Section 47-2202(2)(B) is amended to read as follows: 

"(B) If the occupancy of a room or rooms, lodgings, or accommodations is reserved, 
booked, or otherwise arranged for by a room remarketer, the tax imposed by this 
paragraph shall be determined based on the net charges and additional charges received 
by the room remarketer.". ' 

(2) Section 47-2202,01(l)(B) is amended to read as follows: ..%■;:: ■' 

; ; "(B) If the occupancy of a room or rooms, lodgings, or accommodations is reserved, 
booked, or otherwise arranged for by a room remarketer, the tax imposed, by this 

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paragraph shall be determined based on the net charges and' additional charges received 
by the room remarketer.". 

SUBTITLE B. PRIOR FISCAL YEAR CONFORMING BUDGET AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 7011. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Prior Fiscal Year Conforming Budget Amendments 
Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 7012. Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Chapter 3 is amended as follows: 

(1) The table of contents is amended by striking the section designation "§ 47-305.02. 
Minimum funding for Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization's capital budgets 
to be included in budget and financial plan." and inserting the section designation 
"§47-305.02. Repealed." in its place. 

(2) Section 47-305.02 is repealed. 

(3) Section 47-392.02(f) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the number "2012" and inserting.the number 
"2013" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "May 26, 2010" and inserting the 
phrase "May 24, 2011" in its place. 

(b) Chapter 20 is amended as follows: 

• (1) The. table of contents is amended by striking the section designation "§ 47-2033. 
Dedication of sales tax revenue for the Public School Capital Improvement Fund." and 
inserting the section designation "§ 47-2033. Repealed." in its place. 

(2) Section 47-2033 is repealed. 

Sec. 7013. Section 116 of the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools 
and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective September 24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; D.C. 
Official Code § 38-2914), is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection(c)(l) is amended by striking the phrase "No later than January 31, 2011, the 
Commission shall provide to the Council" and inserting the phrase "Prior to the delivery of 
final recommendations, the Commission shall provide to the Mayor and Council" in its place. 

(b) Subsection (d) is amended by striking the phrase "June 30, 2011" and inserting the 
phrase "November 30, 2011" in its place. 

Sec. 7014. Section 7052(b). of the Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Support Act of 2010, effective 
September 24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; 57 DCR 6242), is amended as follows: 

(a) The column entitled "FY 2011" is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the "$50,000" transfer from the Vocation Rehabilitation Service Reimburse- 
ment Fund (0610) within the Department of Disabilities Services (JM0); 

(2) Strike the "$1,038" transfer from the Miscellaneous Revenue Fund (0607) within the 
Office of the Chief Financial Officer (AT0); 

(3) Strike the "$124,372" transfer from the Defined Contribution Plan Administration 
Fund (0614) within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (AT0); 

(4) Add a "$125,410" transfer from the Recorder of Deeds Surcharge Fund (0606) within 
' the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (AT0); 

(5) Strike both transfers for the Department of Human Resources (BE0); 

(6) Strike the transfer for the Department of Mental Health (RM0); 

(7) Strike the "$1,057,314" transfer from the Securities Broker/Dealer Licenses Fund 
(2300) within the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking; 

(8) Strike the "$342,868" transfer from the Banking Trust Fund (2900) within the 
Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking; and 

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(9) Add a "$1,400,182" transfer from the Securities and Banking Fund (2350) within the 
Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking. v ? )<\f%\ 

(b) The column entitled "FY 2012" is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the "$50,000" transfer from the Vocation Rehabilitation Service SemiBurse- 
ment Fund (0610) within the the Department of Disabilities Services (JH0);, M r v. v 

(2) Strike the "$1,038" transfer from the Miscellaneous Revenue Fund (06 ( 07j ^withmihe 
Office of the Chief Financial Officer (ATO); ■' '■' ' ^ , ; V ; / ; y;*™'- * tftl 

(3) Strike the "$124,372" transfer from the Defined Contribution Plan Administration 
Fund (0614) within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (ATO); ; ' ' '. l ; J * ;^ ilh *^ )r | 

(4) Add a "$125,410" transfer from the Recorder of De£ds ■ Sutthirgef'tfufid^feiJ^W^ 
.* the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (ATO). ,; :-.vi^»u; ^dni iH en 

(5) Strike both transfers for the Department of Human kesi6urcesitBE0)V fr '. '/ iv/ '; 

(6) Strike the transfer for the Department of Mental Health (RM0); r - ■-! 

(7) Strike the "$1,057,314" transfer from the Securities Broker/Dealer Licenses, Fund 
(2300) within the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking; \ 

r (8) Strike the "$342,868" transfer from the Banking Trust Fund (2900) within the 
Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking; and ; . ( 

(9) Add a $1,400,182 transfer from the Securities and Banking Fund (2350) within the 
Department of Insurance, Securities, arid Banking. V 

(c) The column entitled "FY 2013" is repealed. 

(d) The column entitled "FY 2014" is repealed. 

Sec. 7015. Section 802(a) of the Fiscal Year 2011 Supplemental Budget Support Act of 20 
10, effective April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-370; 58 DCR 1008), is amended as follows: 

(a) The column entitled "FY 2011" is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the "$4,000" transfer from the Office of Professional Licensing Fund (0617) 
within the Department of Health (HGO); ; - ; 

(2) Strike the "$366,000" transfer from the Board of Medicine Fund (0643) within th^ 
Department of Health (HC0) and insert the number "$377,000" in its place; 

(3) Strike the "$7,000" transfer frbm the Civil Monetary Penalties Fund (0662) within the 
Department of Health (HC0); .'.■"' ;':.. ' 

(4) Strike the "$9,600" transfer from the LUST Trust Fund (0609) within the District 
Department of the Environment (KGO); "" . a ,, , 

(5) Strike the "$600" transfer from the ,. -Wetlands Ftind. (0067).^' withfei V^e. ; ,^dacict 
Department of the Environment (KG0); ."J;'!'.: , //,/;,..',> 

(6) Strike the "$7,254" transfer from the Stripperwell Fund (6101) within the jpistrict 
Departmentof the Environment (KG0); » ^ > J -'v ■ ) li: ,j 

(7) Strike the "$29,661" transfer from the Economy II Fund (6201) withiiitiie; district 
Department of the Environment (KGO); ' ' I ' ) ' r^^) >, .w a 

(8) Strike the "$19,680" transfer from the Residential Aid Discount ^nd;(§202);^thin 
the District Department of the Environment (KGO); ' " " •" ''"' l ' J 

(9) Strike the "$22,080" transfer from Residential Essential Services Fund (6203) within 
the District Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(10) Strike the "$28,800" transfer from the WASA Utility Discount Program : (6204) 
within the District Department of the Environment (KGO); and \ 

(11) Strike the "$344,259" transfer from the Renewable Energy Development Fund 
(0662) within the District Department of the Environment (KGO) and insert the number 

, "$200,000" in its place. 

(b) The column entitled "FY 2012" is amended as follows: 

■■'" (1) Strike the "$4,000" transfer from the Office of Professional Licensing Fund (0617) 
within the Department of Health (HCO); ' ^ 

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(2). Strike the "$366,000" transfer from the Board of Medicine Fund (0643) within the 
Department; of Health (HC0) and insert the number "$377,000" in its place; 

(3) Strike the "$7,000" transfer from the Civil Monetary Penalties 'Fund (0662) within the 
Department of Health (HC0); 

(4) Strike the "$9,600" transfer from the LUST Trust Fund (0609) within the District 
Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(5) Strike the "$600" transfer from the Wetlands Fund (0667) within the District 
Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(6) Strike the "$7,254" transfer from the Stripperwell Fund (6101) within the District 
.Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(7) Strike the "$29,661" transfer from the Economy II Fund (6201) within the District 
Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(8) Strike the "$19,680" transfer from the Residential Aid Discount Fund (6202) within 
the District Department of the Environment (KGO); 

(9) Strike the "$22,080" transfer from Residential Essential Services Fund (6203) within 
the District Department of the Environment (KGO) and insert the number "$0" in its place; 
and 

(10) Strike the "$28,800" transfer from the WASA Utility Discount Program (6204) 
within the District Department of the Environment (KGO).". 

(c) The column entitled "FY 2013" is repealed. 

(d) The column .entitled "FY 2014" is repealed. 

Sec. 7016. Section 9c(c)(2) of the Department of Transportation Establishment Act of 
2002, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; D.C. Official Code § 50-921.1 1(c)(2)), is 
amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "$10.2 million in all subsequent years" and insert the phrase "$13.2 
million in all subsequent years" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "in excess of $30 million" and insert the phrase "in excess of $33 
million" in its place. 

TITLE VIII. REVENUE ENHANCEMENTS 

SUBTITLE A. PARKING TAX 

Sec. 8001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Parking Tax Enhancement Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 8002. Section 47-2002(1) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by 
striking the figure "12%" and inserting the figure "18%" in its place. 

Sec. 8003. This subtitle shall apply as of July 1, 2011; provided, that this subtitle shall 
apply as of October 1, 2011, if, for fiscal year 2011, the Chief Financial Officer certifies, in his 
June 2011 Revenue Estimate, that annual revenue will exceed the annual revenue estimate 
incorporated in the approved financial plan and budget for fiscal year 2011 by an amount 
sufficient to offset the loss of revenue proceeding from the delay of the applicability date from 
July 1, 2011 to October 1, 2011. 

SUBTITLE B. OFF-PREMISE ALCOHOL AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 8011. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Off-premise Alcohol Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 8012. Section 25-722 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "10:00 p.m." and inserting the word 
"midnight" in its place. 

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(b) Subsection (b) is amended By striking the phrase "10:00 p.m." and inserting the word 
"midnight" in its place. ■■- ■ ■ ■ '-^ 

Sec. 8013. Section 47-2002(3A) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by 
striking the figure "9%" and inserting the figure "10%" in its place. ' A * 

> Sec. 8014. This subtitle shall apply as of July 1, 2011. - ^ l - V; 

SUBTITLE C. COMMUNITY BENEFITS FUND AMENDMENT v ' u - ^ 

c Sec. 8021. Short title.,- ; ■.■,■-■.,■*■ = :■;.; ; :;, _ 7 . ;,\.V : <■;;[: <4h^ (In 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Community Benefits Fund Emergency Amendment (Act 
of2011". ; .. . , , Vi '.-, : ...,, ,, , v!; r , j , ; ,, v ; ^* r .,,- .^ hJH c;) 

Sec. 8022. Section 202 of the Ballpark Omnibus Financing ■•and ■Revenue' Actl'ofq20<04, 
effective April 8, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-320; D.C, Official Code § 10-1602^02), is 'amen^d^d by 
adding a new subsection (c) to read as follows: , , r, > , , ■..,. ■;■,. ; : sC. 1 : •-■/■*:. k:.K.I oil) 

"(c) This section shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect m an approved budget and 
financial plan", , ,, Li .,..,'.-;.., , :■ n : -\mii J-r;n..-,:, ■'■;. rt^ : i .-'>hr-;.: ': ; >^ 

SUBTITLED. HOSPITAL ASSESSMENT AMENDMENT 

Sec. 8031. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Hospital Assessment Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". \. 

Sec. 8032. Section 5014(a)(2) of the Hospital Assessment Act of 2010, effective September 
24, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-223; D.C. Official Code § 44-63S(a)(2)), is amended by striking the 
phrase "For fiscal years 2011 through 2014, $1,500 per licensed bed," and inserting the phrase 
"For fiscal year 2011, $2,529 per licensed bed and for fiscal years 2012 through 2014, $3,788 
per licensed bed," in its place. ' ■- 

TITLE IX. BUDGET AND FINANCIAL PLAN FUND CHANGES < ^ fei 
SUBTITLE A^ pS^^ 

Sec. 9001. Short title. r ^'^ . -. : ,r v * : 7; ,. : '-< 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Fund Balance Undesignation Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec.9002. Local ftmds. . h h ° fif \^? t "'^ 

Notwithstanding any provision of law limiting the us£ of funds in the^ac^^unts'lsted'in *the 
following chart, the Chief Financial Officer shall uhdesigri&te the fulBremaihing balan80.'at^the 
end of fiscal year 2011 in those accounts to the unrestricted fund balance® the^enl^iElund 
of the District of Columbia the estimated local fund dollar^ amounts, jin, thg^oUowmg^^art 
(FY11 Undesignation). ■./,','..■, ,. -^.jl Ul J ii'^ J v;4uh :.■' ''m <v> ; /Mw> 





. . ■.:...■■ , ;. \:Y /mtivl) 


:M <y>h: ■>;■>■,.: ^\E mill 


■ Agency- ■".■■', jot/o' 
Code Reserve or Fund Title ; 


■':■■:'! i r, ■ '..■■' .'/-.'KflOOfli 

liFYll UhdesiffriatM'iji^ 


GD0 


STUDENT ENROLLMENT FUND RESERVE ' ; , : 


r, ,,,.-, $3,675v5l& 


ATO 


FY06 GAFR: $2.4M ALLOCATED FOR ASMP IN FY05 NOT 

SPENT 


$3,186,000 


ATO 


FY02 MEDICAID REFORM 


,■ $808,000 


ATO 


FY02 BUDGET RESERVE—ORIGINALLY PBC TRANSITION 
CRAIG LAWSUIT 


$171,000 


UPO 


FY02 WORKFORCE INVESTMENT 


\. $2,517,000 


RMO 


FY06 CAFR— FY03 DESIGNATED BUT UNUSED BUDGET 
RESERVE 


' ;:: ' $i,i2&o6o 


RM0 


$27M APPROPRIATED FOR DMH ($13M) AND EDUCATION ,; 
(14M)FORFY07 


,: -. , $710,000 " 



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Agency 
Code Reserve or Fund Title 


FY11 Undesignation 


RMO 


. FY06CAFR— FY02 UNEMPLOYMENT COMP FUND 


$118,000 


BAO 


FY06 CAFR: FY01 REVENUE SHORTFALL NOT ALLOCAT- 
ED 


$48,000 


CFO 


SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FUND 


$3,158,059 


CFO 


YOUTH JOBS FUND 


$8,824,000 


CBO 


VERIZON LITIGATION 


$454,000 


HCO 


EFFIE SLAUGHTER BARRY INITIATIVE FUND 


$51,705 


HMO 


LANGUAGE ACCESS PROGRAM 


$36,852 


GDO 


FY10 STUDENT ENROLL AUDIT (EXPIRES 6/30/11) 


$4,674 




INTEGRATED SERVICE FUND 


$12,408,000 




FIXED COST COMMODITY RESERVE 


$7,646,000 




OPERATING CASH RESERVE 


$2,648,000 


RJO 


FREE STANDING CLINICS/INSURANCE 


$3,177,607 


TKO 


FILM DC 


$16,394 


DLO 


ELECTION REFORM FUND 


$300,000 




HEALTHCARE FORFEITURE 


$1,590,426 




INTEGRATED SERVICE FUND 


$5,194,830 




FIXED COST COMMODITY RESERVE 


$10,762,094 




LOCAL FUNDS TOTAL 


$68,634,151 



Sec. 9003. Dedicated taxes. 

Notwithstanding any provision of law limiting the use of funds in the accounts listed in the 
following chart, the Chief Financial Officer shall undesignate the full remaining balance at the 
end of fiscal year 2011 in those accounts to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund 
of the District of Columbia the estimated dedicated tax fund dollar amounts in the following 
chart (FY11 Undesignation). 



Reserve or Fund Title 


FY11 Undesignation 


NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT FUND 


$3,025,722 


NURSING HOME QUALITY OF CARE FUND 


$3,052,309 


HEALTHY DC FUND 


$5,729,854 


PAYGO AND DEDICATED TAXES 


$300,086 


DEDICATED TAX TOTAL 


$12,107,971 



Sec. 9004. Special purpose revenue. 

Notwithstanding any provision of law limiting the use of funds in the accounts listed in the 
following chart, the Chief Financial Officer shall undesignate the full remaining balance at the 
end of fiscal year 2011 in those accounts to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund 
of the District of Columbia the estimated dollar amounts in the following chart (FY11 
Undesignation), Additionally, local revenue shall be deposited in the accounts of the 
following agencies for fiscal year 2012 based upon the estimated dollar amounts in the 
following chart (FY12 Deposit): 



Fund 


Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FY11 

Undesignation 


FY12 Deposit 


1459 


DEPARTMENT OF 

REAL ESTATE SER- 
VICES 


RENT 




$2,015,371 


$0 


618 


OFFICE OF CHIEF FI- 
NANCIAL OFFICER 


COMPLIANCE & 
REAL PROP TX AD- 
MIN FUND 




$1,542,073 


$0 


601 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


DUI 




$21,453 


$0 



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Fund 


Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FY11 
Undesiffnation 


FY12 Deposit 


;;.' ■ 612 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


ANTIFRAUD FUND 


$173,379 


$0. ;.-.■; 


■ ■;'.. \ I 


602 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL , 


ANTI-TRUST FUND 


$265,131 


$0 '.;;■ 


'V' 1 !" 3 


■ s 611 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


CONSUMER PROTEC- 
TION FUND 


■. $1,403,000 


$0 •', '/" 


y 1r ; 

/ v. J " 1 


; 6109 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


Miscellaneous Customer, 
Service 


.,$292; 


^} : c 


J}')U 


;; ; 6102 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


BOOKSTORE— DCPL 


: , $86,371 


;M l :':i-- 


W1Y* I I 


..6110 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


MISCELLANEOUS 


..,. ..... $93,499. 


<6.'. .:.■::- 


v;uv; 


,; 6103 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


RESTRICTED FINES, 


..'.:,'... $442,444 


$0 : / 


— - 


623 


DEPARTMENT OF 
EMPLOYMENT SER- 
VICES 


PROCEEDS— 500 C 

STREET, N.E. 


$100,000 


$0 ;., 


^ 'J 


■6015 


OFFICE OF TENANT 
ADVOCATE 


RENTAL ACCOMMO- 
DATION FEES 


$795,375 


$0 ; ! - 




, „ 6005 


OFFICE OF TENANT 
ADVOCATE 


CONDO CONVERSION 


$1,160,676 


$0 ;; 




6025: 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


CONSTRUCTION/ZON- 
ING COMPLIANCE 

MGMT FUND 


$24,488 


$0 :■;.] 




6035 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


ENHANCED SURVEY- 
OR FUNCTION 


$692,566 


10 ..;. : ,,. r 


.'. ■■.,>! 


622 


Department of Small and 
.Local Business Develop- 
ment .......... 


COMMERCIAL TRUST 

FUND 


$98,230 


$0 : 


- ■■-.-Urn 


1607 


METROPOLITAN PO^ 
LICE DEPARTMENT 


SALE OF UN- 
CLAIMED PROPERTY 


$715,057 


$6 ■' ■'.■';.■■ 


■ ; ■::;;^ 


614 


OFFICE OF ADMINIS- 
TRATIVE HEARINGS 


ADJUDICATION 

FINES 


/ $794 


$0 


\ 


601 


OFFICE OF THE 
CHIEF MEDICAL EX- 
AMINER 


MEDICAL EXAMINER 
FEES 


. $56,228 


$0 . 




' 6011 


STATE SUPERINTEN- 
DENT OF EDU- 
CATION (OSSE) 


PRE-JK PROGRAM AS- 
SISTANCE FUND 


$97,999 


'$0 v 


■>.-*■ -'M-(.-i 


6010 


STATE SUPERINTEN- 
DENT OF EDU- 
CATION (OSSE) 


OPLA— SPECIAL AC- , 

COUNT 


,,.,, .,.,. 1125,952 


,$o : .,y, n? 


.7,0/1 


' 627 


OFF PUBLIC ED FA- 
CILITIES MODERN- 
IZATION 


BOE-REAL PROPER- ' 

TY IMPROV/MAINT < :h 
FUND 


' . $206,376 


$6 ---; 


; lO I Hi'') 


603 


OFF PUBLIC ED FA- 
CILITIES MODERN- 
IZATION 


LEASE INCOME 


*' -■ r; $l,356,678 


$0- 




641 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


OTHER MEDICAL LI- 
CENSES AND FEES .... 


$5,619 


$0 




649 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


HEALTH FACILITY 

FEE ■.■.-....; 


$5,860 


$0 




638 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


ANIMAL CONTROL 

DOG LICENSE FEES: „ 


$23,982 


$0 '.' 




612 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


FOOD HANDLERS 
CERTIFICATION 


$85,259 


$0 ; ; 




606 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH , 


VITAL RECORDS 

REVENUE 


$174,564 


$0 .■-:''■ 





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Fund Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FY11 
Undesignation 


FY12 Deposit 


670 DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH CARE FI- 
NANCE 


HCSN REVOLVING 
FUND 


$1,973 


$0 


664 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


ADJUDICATION 
HEARINGS (AIR 

QUALITY) 


$28,481 


$0 


607 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


UNDERGROUND 
STORAGE TANK 
FINES AND FEES 


$92,922 


$0 


600 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


GENERAL ENFORCE- 
MENT FINES AND 
FEES 


$119,251 


$0 


669 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


LEAD BASED CERTI- 
FICATION FEES 


$156,124 


$0 


'645 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


PESTICIDE PRODUCT 
REGISTRATION 


$638,269 


$0 


668 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


LEAD POISONING 
PREVENTION FUND 


$162,476 


$0 


674 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


HAZARDOUS GENER- 
ATOR FEES 


$220,931 


$0 


6967 DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC WORKS 


ABANDONED VEHI- 
CLE PROGRAM 


$111,522 


$0 


6221 DEPARTMENT OF 
MOTOR VEHICLES 


DRIVERS EDU- 
CATION PROGRAM 


. $683,570 


$0 


4010 OFFICE OF CON- 
TRACTING AND PRO- 
CUREMENT 


DC SURPLUS PER- 
SONAL PROPERTY 
SALES OPER. 


$393,061 


$0 


6900 DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION 


DDOT OPERATING 
FUND 


$1,649,485 


$0 


1261 DEPT. OF HOUSING 
AND COMM. DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


HOUSING PRODUC- 
TION TRUST FUND 


$163,444 


$0 


1011 DEPUTY MAYOR FOR 
ECONOMIC DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


NEIGHBORHOOD IN- 
VESTMENT FUND 


$38 


$0 


600 DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


SPECIAL PURPOSE 
REVENUE FUND 


$345 


$0 


665 DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


ADJUDICATION 
HEARINGS (WATER 
QUALITY) 


. $4,000 


$0 


661 DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


RETF— PEPCO 


$8,736 


$0 


615 DEPT OF INSURANCE 
SECURITIES & BANK- 
ING 


JUNIOR SUPERSAV- 
ERS CLUB 


$9,000 


-$0 


8014 John A. Wilson Building 
Fund 


WILSON BUILDING 
NOTES PAYABLE 


$912,587 


$0 


633 DISTRICT OF COLUM- 
BIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 


DHHS AFTERSCHOOL 
PROG-COPAYMENT 


$132,890 


$0 


1440 DEPARTMENT OF 
REAL ESTATE SER- 
VICES 


RFK & DC ARMORY 

MAINTENANCE 
FUND 


$169,988 


$0 



161 



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Fund 


Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FY11 
Undesignation 


FY12 Deposit] 


609 


DEPUTY MAYOR FOR 
ECONOMIC DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


INDUSTRIAL REVE- 
NUE BOND PROGRAM 


$2,390,415 


$0 ■ f U 


607 


DISTRICT OF COLUM- 
BIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 


CUSTODIAL ; 


/ $1,355 


$0< - ^ 


603 


STATE SUPERINTEN- 
DENT OF EDU- 
CATION (OSSE) 


STATE SUPERINTEN- : 
DENTOFEDU-' r 
CATION FEES ' - 


$226,486 ; 


$o^- 

V ■ '■• : ,!' 70<> 


604 


STATE SUPERINTEN- 
DENT OF EDU- 
CATION (OSSE) 


GED TESTING FEES , 


$64,747 


$6'-- 


602 


DEPARTMENT OF 
PARKS AND RECRE- 
ATION 


ENTERPRISE FUND 

account \y :, \) 


. --; $134,639 


* a ^'^> ~ 


656 


DEPARTMENT OF 

HEALTH 


EMS FEES 


$27,339 


$° : 


' 6203 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


RESIDENTIAL ES- 
SENTIAL SERVICES 
(RES) ,;, 


$3,940 


$0 , 


J5201 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


ECONOMY II 


$11,986 


$0 V 


6202 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


RESIDENTIAL AID 
DISCOUNT (RAD) 


$56,994 


$0 ;." 


6100 


DEPARTMENT OF 
MOTOR VEHICLES 


FEE— OUT-OF-STATE 
VEHICLE REGISTRAR ? 
TION 


$96,219 


$0' ■■■■•?: rizv ■ 


6000 


DEPARTMENT OF 
MOTOR VEHICLES 


GENERAL "O" TYPE 

REVENUE SOURCES /■ 


! '- '$596,137 


r $o : > r -[ . 


2100 


TAXI CAB COMMIS- 
SION 


JUSTICE DEPART- ( ' 

MENT FINGER- ' ; ' 

prints ^- : ":r 


■■■■' $13,768 


.$0 : ;I;.. ( "^ a 


610 


OFFICE OF MOTION 
PICTURES & TELEVI- 
SION 


PRODUCTION SUP- HT 
PORT 


lUJV, ^32,D9^ 




6008 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


R-E GUAR. & EDUC. 

FUND 


" $274,782 


$273,780 . 


606 


OFFICE OF CHIEF FI- 
NANCIAL OFFICER 


RECORDER OF 
DEEDS SURCHARGE 


$1,749,845 


$1,749,845 


6108 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


COPIES AND PRINT- 
ING 


$66,008 


$0 


6020 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


BOARD OF ENGI- 
NEERS FUND 


$396,838 


$396,838 


6013 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


BASIC BUSINESS LI- ; 
■ CENSE FUND 


$652,761 


$652',761 

\ ■ : ■ 


6010 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


OPLA— SPECIAL AC- 
COUNT 


1 " $777,765 


$587,019 


6030 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER 
AND REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS 


GREEN BUILDING 
FUND 


$963,214 


($0) j ,; - 



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Fund 


Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FY11 
Undesignation 


FY12 Deposit 


610 


DEPT. OF HOUSING 
AND COMM. DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


DHCD UNIFIED 

FUND 


$1,866,116 


$0 


602 


DEPT. OF HOUSING 
AND COMM. DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


HPAP— REPAY 


$1,953,359 


$573,937 


604 


DEPT. OF HOUSING 
AND COMM. DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


SR CITIZENS HOME 
REPAIR 


$77,258 


$0 


600 


DEPARTMENT OF 
CORRECTIONS 


CORRECTIONS TRUS- 
TEE REIMBURSE- 
MENT 


$554,645 


$0 


632 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


PHARMACY PROTEC- 
TION 


$815,788 


$0 


643 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH 


BOARD OF MEDICINE 


$3,084,486 


$0 


631 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH CARE FI- 
NANCE 


MEDICAID COLLEC- 
TIONS-3RD PARTY LI- 
ABILITY 


$75 


$0 


632 


■ DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH CARE FI- 
NANCE 


BILL OF RIGHTS- 
(GRIEVANCE & AP- 
PEALS) 


$77,713 


$0 


634 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


SOIL EROSION/SEDI- 
MENT CONTROL 


$1,324,043 


$0 ■ 


6700 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


SUSTAINABLE ENER- 
GY TRUST FUND 


$9,636,217 


$6,833,843 


6072 


DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC WORKS 


DISTRICT RECYCLE 
PROGRAM 


$90,612 


$0 


6082 


DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC WORKS 


SOLID WASTE DIS- 
POSAL FEE FUND 


$309,809 


$0 


6591 


DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC WORKS 


CLEAN CITY FUND 


$440,574 


$0 


6018 


ALCOHOLIC BEVER- 
AGE REGULATION 
ADMIN. 


ABC Keg Registration 
Fees 


$32,318 


$0 


2100 


DEPT. OF INSUR- 
ANCE, SECURITIES & 
BANKING 


HMO ASSESSMENT 


--$237,358 


$237,358- 


2200 


DEPT. OF INSUR- 
ANCE,SECURHTES & 
BANKING 


INSURANCE ASSESS- 
MENT 


; $890,263 


$619,581 


■ 2200 


TAXI CAB COMMIS- 
SION 


TAXICAB ASSESS- 
MENT ACT 


$53,592 


$8,224 


605 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


Child Support— Interest 
Income 


$1,496 


$1,496 


604 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


Child Support — Reim- 
bursements & Fees 


$21,960 


$21,960 


603 


OFFICE OF THE AT- 
TORNEY GENERAL 


CHILD SPT-TANF/ 
AFDC COLLECTIONS 


$2,323,131 


$446,908 


611 


DEPARTMENT OF 
EMPLOYMENT SER- 
VICES 


WORKERS' COMPEN- 
SATION ADMIN. 


$3,819,914 


$3,819,914 


631 


OFFICE OF PEOPLE'S 
COUNSEL 


ADVOCATE FOR CON- 
SUMERS 


. $100,870 


$0 



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Fund 


Agency Title 


Agency Fund Title 


FYll 
Undesiffnatioh 


FY12 Deposit! 


63S 


DEPUTY MAYOR FOR 
ECONOMIC DEVEL- 
OPMENT 


AWC & NCRC DEVEL- 
OPMENT (ED SPE- , 
CIALACCT) . 


$1,750,000 


$o , '" : ^n .. 


7278 


METROPOLITAN PO- 
LICE DEPARTMENT 


ASSET FORFEITURE 


$753,088 


$753,088'^ ■ 


603 


DEPARTMENT OF 
HUMAN SERVICES 


SSI PAYBACK 


$2,417,706 


$0 . : ;i ,...' 


1460 


DEPARTMENT OF 

REAL ESTATE SER- 
VICES ; 


EASTERN MARKET , 
ENTERPRISE FUND 


$111,745, 


$111/745 


2001 


OFFICE OF MUNICI- 
PAL PLANNING 


HIST, LANDMARKS- 
HIST. DIST. FILING ; 

fees .;, :/<,'■ 


; $27,100 s 


rltwoo. 


612 


DEPARTMENT OF 

EMPLOYMENT SER- ' 
VICES' 


U. I. INTEREST/PEN- , 
ALTIES, ,- ; r ,.,/: 


$521,030 i 


$521,030 


624 


DEPARTMENT OF 
EMPLOYMENT SER- 
VICES 


UI ADMINISTRATIVE 

ASSESSMENT ; 


■•:)■■ ~<\ $1,116,780, 


$p : y; ;;. r 


: 600 


OFFICE OF CABLE TV 


CABLE FRANCHISE 
FEES 


':;;■' $2,343,752 


$500,000;; - : ; J ' 


610 


STATE SUPERINTEN- 
DENT OF EDU- 
CATION (OSSE) 


CHARTER SCHOOL 

'CREDIT ENHANCE- : 
MENT FUND 


\ $5,651,166 


$5,651,166 


6140 


DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION 


TREE FUND (EST DC 
ACT 14-614) 


$68,499 


$68,499 ': 


6400 


DISTRICT DEPART- v 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


DC MUNICIPAL AG- 
GREGATION PRO- ' ' 
GRAM 


$135,569 


$o ■ '- — ;;-/. 

....... ■ • 7-- ) 


670 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- . 
RONMENT 


ANACOSTIA RIVER 

.CLEAN UP FUND ' 


$291,197 


$0 " ( '• ; '' 


662 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


RENEWABLE ENER- 
GY DEVELOPMENT ■ 
FUND 


$457,601 


$0 '.:,,,'; ..„_. 


6800 


DISTRICT DEPART- 
MENT OF THE ENVI- 
RONMENT 


ENERGY ASSIS- 
TANCE TRUST FUND 


■•: $3,538,629^ 


-.$0, < : \ ..;..i do . 
r v •;. !'./:■. r- - m. 


> ;6017 


ALCOHOLIC BEVER- 
AGE REGULATION 
ADMIN. 


ABC^MPORTANI) ■-:■*;" 
CLASS LICENSE 
FEES 


"< ' ^$2,470,286, 


/fel^TSJiii' 


1240 


MEDICAL LIABILITY 
CAPTIVE INS AGEN- 
CY 


CAPTIVE INSURANCEf 
FUND Y/,;,/ r 


$2,340,449, 




........ ..... < 


TOTAL 




\ $77,671,338 


$26,037,064;,; : 



Sec. 9005: This subtitle shall apply as of July 1, 2011. : 



SUBTITLE B. FISCAL YEAR 2011, 2012, AND 2013 
FUNDING TRANSFER AMENDMENTS 

Sec, 9011. Short-title.' ■.";'■■ ';■.;,'. ^; v^ '- 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2011,. 2012, and 2013 Funding Transfer 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

See.. 9012. Section 8031 of the Financial Plan Transfer of Special Purpose Revenues Act , of 
200&, effective March "3, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-111; 57 DCR 181), is amended as follows: 

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(a) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(1) The lead-in text is amended by striking the phrase "$38,338 million" and inserting the 
phrase "$36,783 million" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "$2,255 million" and inserting the 
phrase "$700,000" in its place. 

(b) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(1) The lead-in text is amended by striking the phrase "$36,550 million" and inserting the 
phrase "$34,995 million" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "$2,255 million" and inserting the 
figure "$700,000" in its place. 

Sec. 9013. The fiscal year 2012 transfers from legislation listed below shall be adjusted as 
follows: 



Agency 


Fund 


Law/Bill Number 


Prior Transfer 


New Transfer 


Effect 


AMO 


1450 


L18-111 


$2,255,000 


$700,000 


-$1,555,000 


ATO 


623 


L18-223 


$13,776 


$0 


-$13,776 


coo 


6005 


L18-223 


$600,000 


$0 


-$600,000 


COO 


6015 


L18-223 


$576,036 


$0 


-$576,036 


GAO 


621 


L18-223 


$72,207 


$64,492 


-$7,715 


HCO 


617 


B18-1100 


$4,000 


$0 


-$4,000 


KGO 


669 


B18-1100 


$20,764 


$0 


-$20,764 


SRO 


2300 


L18-223 


$1,057,314 


$0 


-$1,057,314 


SRO 


2900 


L18-223 


$342,868 


$0 


-$342,868 


Total revenue 
effect 










-$4,177,473 



TITLE X. FISCAL IMPACT AND EFFECTIVE DATE 

Sec. 10001. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02 (c))(3)). 

Sec. 10002. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: June 29, 2011. 



KIPP DC— SHAW CAMPUS PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 



Act 19-94 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, Chapter 10 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to exempt from taxation certain property owned or ground leased by KIPP DC, a 
nonprofit corporation or by KIPP DC— Shaw QALICB, Inc., a subsidiary of KIPP DC. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "KIPP DC— Shaw Campus Property Tax Exemption Emergency Act 
of 2011". 

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Sec. 2. Chapter 10 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended; as 
, .follows: ,■.;"■■■ ; , ■ ; ,/ :• :;\ 

(a) The table of contents is amended by adding a new section designation :to r \read>; as 
follows: . ; v . : . . ,.^ ,<.. 

"47-1085. KIPP DC —Shaw Campus; Lot 163, Square 510". ;A r \^Wr s-ralq 

(b) A new section 47-1085 is added to read as follows:- ' v r ^ )H - r 4 1^ v»j->.?<*wjfjH (d) 
"§ 47-1085. KIPP DC —Shaw Campus* Lot ; 163* .Square ,510; ; ,- ; ? J;--* nr 7 hv*j e>riT (1) 
"(a) The real property located at 421 P Street, N.W., and described^ Lot 163^quare^510 

shall be exempt from real property taxation, including-,* possessory jnte^estsy so : 4ongf<as the 
real property continues to be owned, or occupied under a ground l§ase/by KIPPDj^Qr a 
subsidiary of KIPP DC. (J ^ , ^ '"'„ 

"(b) Any transfer, assignment, or other disposition of all or any portion of the real property 
described in subsection (a) of this section, including an assignment of leasehold interest in the 
real property or a sublease of the real property between KIPP DC and any subsidiary of 
KIPP DC, shall be exempt from the tax imposed by § 42-1103 and § 47-903.". ■ , 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ■ ■ - " : - n 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ;";;V~ 

Sec. 4. Effective date. n 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for ho longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C, Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: July 11, 2011. 



CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTING EMERGENCY ,■.'",,; 

AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

' : ' Act 19-95 /liny *;.: v-1 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the District of Columbia Campaign Finance Reform and 
Conflict of Interest Act to require principal" campaign committee reporting requirements in the 
year preceding the date of an election. ; ^ v: ra: ;«i) 

,3E IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA/Thatithis 
act may be cited as the "Campaign Finance Reporting Emergency Amendment ( Act^of «2Q11". 

Sec. 2. Section 206(a) the District of Columbia Campaign Finance Reform and Conflict of 
Interest Act, approved August 14, 1974 (88 Stat. 452; D.C. Official Code § l-1102.06(a)), is 
amended by striking the phrase "in each year during which there is held an .election for the 
office" and inserting the phrase "in the 7 months preceding the date ori v which; and in each 
year during which, an election is held for the office" in its place. . ' - ' 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^06.02(c)(3)). -.■> 

Sec. 4. Effective date. r 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the, veto), arid shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home, Rule Act, approved, December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: July 11, 2011. ■ 



DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECT 
REVIEW AND RECONCILIATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-96 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, the Chief Financial Officer, in consultation with the 
Mayor, to close District Department of Transportation capital projects if funds have been 
obligated or expended in excess of their approved budgets, or if the projects have been inactive 
for at least 12 months, or have been closed by the United States Department of Transportation 
and continue to have an open balance. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "District Department of Transportation Capital Project Review and 
Reconciliation Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "CFO" means the Chief Financial Officer. 

(2) "Director of Capital Programs" means the Director of Capital Programs within the 
Office of Budget and Planning of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. 

(3) "Local Streets Ward-based capital projects" means the District Department of 
Transportation's 8 Local Streets Ward-Based capital projects (Project No. SR301-SR308) 
that endeavor to preserve, maintain, repair, or replace the District's sidewalks, curbs, and 
local roads. 

(4) "Inactive" means that no non-personal service funds have been obligated or expended 
for the capital project during the preceding calendar months. 

Sec. 3. Criteria for closing capital projects. 

(a) For any capital project funded from revenues in the Local Transportation Fund, the 
CFO, in consultation with the Mayor, may close the project if it: 

(1) Has obligated or expended funds in excess of its approved budget; or 

(2) Has been inactive for 12 months or more." "'.. ,-• ■■,:-. 

(b) For any capital project funded from revenues in the Highway Trust Fund, the CFO, in 
consultation with the Mayor and the Federal Highway Administration Division, may close the 
project if it: 

(1) Has been closed by the United States Department of Transportation; 

(2) Has an open balance of: 

(A) An amount of $500,000 or more, and has been inactive for 12 months; 

(B) Between $50,000 and $499,999, and has been inactive for 24 months; or 

(C) Less than $50,000, and has been inactive for 36 months; or 

(3) Has obligated or expended funds in excess of its approved budget. 

(c) If a capital project has a budget allotment in excess of its budget authority, the CFO, in 
consultation with the Mayor, may adjust the allotment to match the correct budget authority. 

(d) The CFO may delegate the authority granted to him or her by this section to the 
Director of Capital Programs. 

Sec. 4. Use of funds resulting from closure. .. 

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(a) Funds resulting from the closure of capital projects pursuant to section 3(a) shallibe; 
allocated equally among the Local Streets Ward-based capital projects. ? V A: . Y>~) 

(b) Funds resulting from the closure of capital projects pursuant to section 3(b) shall be 
allocated to the capital projects approved by the Council of the District of Columbia in the 
Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request Act of 2011, passed on 1st reading on May 25, 2011 
(Enrolled version of Bill 19-202; 58 DCR __). 

Sec. 5. Quarterly summary. ; \ yy |V ,■ "j- ; ■ r ■ ' T^ ^ { 

The CFO shall submit to the Mayor and the Council a quarterly, suinmWyiibf all capital 
project closures conducted pursuant to this act. 
Sec. 6, Fiscal impact statement. r -/■ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved' 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l--206.02(c)(3)).;,; 'r^^'^-'h 

Sec. 7. Effective date. r-^vn-l -?v >,."■■.. .,' , ■'■ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor ; (or iri the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (81 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). J >? 

APPROVED: July 11, 2011. / ; ' . • ° ! \ 

.'"■■*. '■ -J'.' ■ . "-■'•' \r (]'/. ' 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION EXTENDED BENEFITS ( ? 
CONTINUATION CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW ^ 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 f;\ : „ 

Act 19-112 " : " % ' \\':-^^^ 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the District of Columbia 
Unemployment Compensation Act to continue to qualify the District for federal funding of 
extended unemployment compensation benefits. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Unemployment Compensation Extended Benefits Continuation) 
Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 7(g)(1) of the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act, 
approved August 28, 1935 (49 Stat. 949; D.C. Official Code § 51-lD7(g)(l)), is amended by 
adding new subparagraphs (M) and (N) to read as follows: ; ; ; j • ^ 

"(M)(i) For weeks of unemployment compensation commencing: oh or a^er^ March 6, 
2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there is a state "on" indicator if: ' * v ' 

"(I) The average rate of insured uriemployriient pursuant to subparagraph 1 (D) of 
this paragraph for the period consisting of such week and the immediately preceding 
12 weeks equals or exceeds 5%; and '.„.., ; f A --/m 

"(II) The average rate of insured unemployment pursuant to subpara^apji (D) of 
this paragraph consisting of such week and the immediately preceding 12 'weeks 
equals or exceeds 120% of the average of such rates for the corresponding- 13-week 
period ending in each of the preceding 3 calendar years. 

"(ii) There is a state "off" indicator for a week based on the rate of insured 

'. unemployment only if for the period consisting of such week and the preceding 12 

weeks the calculation set forth in sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph does not 

y result in an "on" indicator. ' ' > 

"(N)(i) For weeks of unemployment compensation commencing on or after March 6> 

2011, and ending December 31, 2011, there is a state "on" indicator if: j y. .; ' 

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' "(I) The average rate of total unemployment (seasonally adjusted), as determined 
by the United States Secretary of Labor, for the period consisting of >the most recent 
3 months for which data for all states are published before the close of such weeks 
equals or exceeds 6.5%; and 

"(II) The average rate of total unemployment in the District (seasonally adjusted), 
as determined by the United States Secretary of Labor, for the 3-month period 
referred to in sub-sub-subparagraph (I) of this sub-subparagraph, equals or exceeds 
110% of such average for any or, all of the corresponding 3-month periods ending in 
the 3 preceding calendar years. 

"(ii) There is a "high unemployment period" pursuant to subparagraph L(i) of this 
paragraph if sub-subparagraph (i)(I) of this subparagraph were applied by substituting 
8% for 6.5%. 

"(iii) There is a state "off indicator for a week based on the rate of total 

unemployment only if for the period consisting of the most recent 3 months for which 

the data for all states are published before the close of such week, only if the 

, calculation set forth in sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph does not result in an 

"on" indicator.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec, 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the. Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: July 28, 2011. 



HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND POLLIN MEMORIAL COMMU- 
NITY DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZATION 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-113 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, an increase in the 
amount appropriated as dedicated tax funds for fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus 
Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT, ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Housing Production. Trust Fund Pollin Memorial Community 
Dedicated Tax Appropriations Authorization Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the Council authorizes an increase up 
to the amount of $8,000,000 in dedicated tax appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 16, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code § 42-2802), managed by the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, for the construction of the Pollin Memorial 
Community. 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer has certified that collections of dedicated tax revenue 
are sufficient to implement the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). J' 
Sec. 5. Effective date. * - 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect- for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24,11973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). .= v;,I - ; . ■<■<■•«,; ;: ;,;, 

APPROVED: July 28, 2011. - ; ;-: rn- ;; <.. ;-': -mi* T ;J;'i JJ 

' : : :■- , -v..' \v ■• ', ■:•■-..? i/' 1 ', i\-:r:;; ..■;'•.■■.. fi-.r . it: - : &Wv;\r>'iSu { 

'■ _ ' , . , : \-J)'^\^>< 

FEMS UNIFORMED MEMBERS LABOR DAY FUNDRAISlfe F 
FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY EXEMPTION 
' •+.*: ?m. EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 :. '*,;■■>■ - *^}>^ : ;^ ' 

,y ' : ! ' . . "' Act 19-114 '.:';. ■ <y \:\'<>. ■&;' 

AN ACT to permit, on an emergency basis, uniformed members of the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department to collect money in uniform but while off-duty in support of the Muscular ; 
Dystrophy Association, Inc. during the 2011 Labor Day weekend. : - 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "FEMS Uniformed Members Labor Day Fundraising for Muscular 
Dystrophy Exemption Emergency Act of 2011". - ■ lh 

Sec. 2. Uniformed members of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department' 
shall be exempt from the prohibition against the collection of funds while in uniform, as; 
provided in section 17, Article IV of the General Rules of Conduct of the Fire and Emergency 
Medical Services Department, for the purpose of collecting money in support of the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association, Inc., from Friday, September 2, 2011 through Monday, September 5, 
2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement: of the Budget Director as the fiscal inigaet 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, aj>prov6d 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)), \:;:±? '*! :: 

Sec.4. Effective date. ! ' * L "; / : ^ ;-■ .■rtivSvAh* 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override- ffle ; veto) : ; and shall remainin effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts, 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Honte 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1^04.12(a)), . .w^A-^^mqqA 

Approved: juiy28,2ori. ;' 

■,.■■■" ■ . -'" :: ' ; •> ■]■,■■■';, - < ; \n\m -tyj? 

CARVER 2000 LOW-INCOME AND SENIOR HOUSING 
PROJECT EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-115 ^ V"^ ' :; ^;.::'Vr 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, section 47-4605 of the District of Columbia Official Code 
to extend tax and fee waivers and exemptions for the Carver 200Q Low-Income and Senior 
Housing Project located in various lots in Squares 5190 and 5348. . t .■'■') 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Carver 2000 Low-Income and Senior Housing Project Emergency^ 
Act of 2011". '"'■ , ■ i .'xti 

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Sec. 2. Section 47-^605(d) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by adding 
a new paragraph (3) to read as follows: 

"(3) The real property tax exemption granted by paragraph (1) of this subsection shall 
apply to Lots 806, 807, and 808 in Square 5190 and to Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 in Square 
5348 for 16 consecutive real property tax years, beginning with tax year 2003.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: July 28, 2011. 



FISCAL YEAR 2012 DEDICATED TAX EMERGENCY 
TECHNICAL AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-116 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, certain allocations requested in the Fiscal Year 2012 
Budget Request Act of 2011 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Dedicated Tax Emergency Technical Amendment 
Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code.§ 47^369.02), the fiscal year 2012 budgets for the 
following agencies shall be actfusted by the following amounts: 

TITLE II —DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS —SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 

An amount of $40,109,000 (of which $32,550,000 shall be to local funds (including $1,640,000 
to dedicated taxes), $7,559,000 shall be to other funds); in addition, for capital construction 
projects, a decrease of $31,519,000, of which $31,519,000 shall be from local funds for a net 
reduction of $31,519,000. 

Economic Development and Regulation 

Economic Development and Regulation, $2,808,000 to local funds (including $2,808,000 to 
dedicated taxes); to be allocated as follows: 

Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy Payment. - $2,808,000 to local funds (including 
$2,808,000 to dedicated taxes). 

Public Safety and Justice 

Public Safety and Justice, $10,800,000 to local funds; to be allocated as follows: 
Metropolitan Police Department. - $10,800,000 to local funds. 

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■.,.''..' ■:''■.,:■; : v ■ Human Support Services >" V' ^>r>H ii . ( jy8 

..■..;.'■ ■■■; ■■ .■ ■':'.■ :j'^v.!'iuc7 v/on i\ 

Human Support Services, $20,110,000 to local funds; to be allocated as follows: 



(1) Department of Mental Health— $3,500,000 to local funds; ■.; ^t vlqq^ 

(2) Department of Health— $12,500,000 - : to local funds; and ' • ^-^H^:a 

(3) Department of Healthcare Finance. - $4,110,000 to local funds. ' ; J: • 5) ' ,s 

Public Works ^■iHjnn 

Public Works, ($294,000) from local funds (including ($294,000) from dedicated taxes); Wbe 
allocated as follows: : ' ' : ; * i T 

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. - ($294,000) from local funds (ihclud-; 
ing ($294,000) from dedicated taxes). ' r " "' 

Financing and Other 

Financing and Other, ($3,682,000) from" local funds (including ($3,682,000) from ^dedicated 
taxes) and $3,549,000 to other funds; to be ^allocated as follows: . ; \ 

(1) Non-Departmental.— ($2,689,000) from local fands-(W 
cated taxes); 

(2) Baseball Revenue.— ($754,000) from local funds (including ($754,000) from dedicated 
taxes); 

" (3) Convention Center Transfer— ($701,000) from local funds (including ($701,000) from 
dedicated taxes); •.. ; : v;t 1rl£*r ] ■■""'(;' ■ 

(4) Highway Trust Fund Transfer.— ($3,549,000) from local funds (including ($3,549,000) 
from dedicated taxes) and $3,549,000 to other funds; and 

(5) Tax Increment Financing. - $4,011,000 to local funds (including $4,011,000 to 
.dedicated taxes). ■'....,. . v .. 5; . .. : ,. : 

Enterprise and Other Funds ^-\^a 

Enterprise and Other Funds, $2,80S,000 to local funds (including $2,808,000 to dedicated 
taxes) and $4,010,000 to other funds; to be allocated as follows: , " >} ; 

(1) Housing Production Trust Fund. - $2,808,000 to local funds (including $2,808,000 'l!o 
dedicated taxes); ; " J , H 

(2) Tax Increment Financing. - $2,761,000 to other funds; and "V'W: 

(3) Repayment of Payment in Lieu of Taxes Financing. - $1,249,000 to other funds. 

■ ',.:■- Capital Outlay : l >- - ... ITT 

For capital construction projects, a decrease of $31,519,000, of which $31,519;000<}shaillAbe 
from local funds for a net reduction of $31,519,000. ,/ k>^<jibsb en 

: Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement; ; '' ' '\x'^.\:%.* r ^l'' ,i '''''!f^\' i ' i{ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Eule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C.. Official Code § l-206.02(cX3)). , , . vi 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ; • ; -, .; . j ^ ,■ . i ':v..vwmI- 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer^ 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)) V: ^ ,,,,,,-- ,,, ^, r .,-,;. ? v , ;>; 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. : ^ ■.-■: . : y ->v, 5 . f ; - A ; r ^ v 

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FISCAL YEAR 2011 REVISED BUDGET EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-117 

AN ACT to adjust, on an emergency basis, certain allocations requested in the Fiscal Year 2011 
Budget Request Act pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2011 Revised Budget Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus /Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the fiscal year 2011 budgets for the 
following agencies shall be adjusted by the following amounts: 

TITLE II —DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS —SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 

$74,751,000. (of which $70,346,000 shall be to local funds (including $10,933,000 to dedicated 
taxes), $4,405,000 shall be to other funds). 

Economic Development and Regulation 

Economic Development and Regulation, $7,737,000 to local funds (including $4,714,000 to 
dedicated taxes), $510,000 to other funds; to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Office of Planning. - $5,000 to other funds; 

(2) Department of Small and Local Business Development -$3,023,000 to local funds; 

(3) Office of Motion Picture and Television Development. - $30,000 to other funds; 

(4) Commission on Arts and Humanities. - $475,000 to other funds; and 

(5) Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy Payment. - $4,714,000 to local funds 
(including $4,714,000 to dedicated taxes). 

Public Safety and Justice 

Public Safety and Justice, $14,000,000 to local funds; to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Department of Corrections. - $6,300,000 to local funds; and 

(2) Metropolitan Police Department. - $7,700,000 to local funds. 

Public Education System 

Public Education System, ($900,000) from local funds; to be allocated as follows: 
District of Columbia Public Schools. - ($900,000) from local funds. 

Human Support Services 

Human Support Services, $34,797,000 to local funds (including. ($1,693,000) from dedicat- 
ed taxes); to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. - $8,400,000 to local funds; and 

(2) Department of Healthcare Finance. -$26,397,000 to local funds (including 
($1,693,000) from dedicated taxes). 

Public Works 

Public Works, $1,500,000 to local funds, $3,895,000 to other funds; to be allocated as 
follows:- 

(1) Department of Public Works. - $1,370,000 to other funds; 

(2) District Department of Transportation. - $2,525,000 to other funds; and 

(3) Department of Motor Vehicles. - $1,500,000 to local funds. 

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Financing and Other J '''■.'■ . ^ * 

Financing and Other, ($5,753,000) to local funds (including ($11,053,000) from dedicated 
taxes); to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Cash Reserve. - $5,300,000 to local funds; 

, (2) Baseball Revenue. - $754,000 to local funds (including $754,000 ;t6,tiedicatedftaxes)^ 

(3) Convention Center Transfer— $4,852^ 

from dedicated taxes); ;.. ;w ■ •,* f<. ;-. ^u > \ ;,y^r ^M tv.-ATM\WA TI flfl 

, (4) Highway Trust Fund Transfer, : j ($6,405,000) from; to^ ($6,4Q&0QQ) : 

from dedicated taxes); and \"llttl: 

(5) Tax Increment Financing., - ($550,00()) foom locd 
dedicated .taxes).. , < ■'.'. '\'- \ v;;;ij - --^ ; . y :./,'■/.. : ''■^"/(ioos Jl 

Enterprise arid i&thtf Funds 1 - ab/olio't 

Enterprise and Other Funds, $18,965,000 to local funds. (including $18,965,000 to dedicated 

taxes); to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Housing Production Trust Fund. - $4,714,000 to local funds (including $4/7i4;000 to 
dedicated taxes); and ; ,r ; >i 

(2) Baseball Fund. - $14,251,000 to local funds (including $14,251,000 to dedicated 

taxes). " ' ' '' 

Sec. 3. The Chief Financial Officer shall recognize as fiscal year 2012 revenue $30,910,000 . 
from the General Fund of the District of Columbia balance at the end of fiscal year 201 1? 
which shall be allocated as set forth in the Fiscal Year 2012 Dedicated Tax Emergency 
Technical Amendment Act of 2011, passed on emergency basis on July 12, 2011 CEnrplled 
version of Bill 19^381). " 

.■.:'■■■>' (-(Si 

Sec. 4. Section 2 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations 
Authorization Emergency Act of 2011, effective May 13, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-66; 58 DCR;4250), 
is amended as follows: l ' l - ' G ' . 

(1) The existing language is designated as subsection (a). ' ' " u ' 

(2) The newly designated subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "dedicated 
tax" the first time it appears . / /y. y < : - 

(3) A new subsection (b) is added to read as follows; , > ...... ;<.v 

"(b) Of the amount authorized pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, $9.24 million shall 
be classified as Special Purpose Revenue and $6.92 million shall be classified as Dedicated 
Taxes.". -■ ': : ^V . , ; :v: - , ( , ^ 

Sec. 5. (a) Pursuant to section SI 7 of the O^ 
March 11, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C V Official Code § 47-369.02), the Council aultorizes an 
increase in the amount of $16,160,000 in appropriations for the Housing Production Trust 
Fund, established by section 3 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective 
March 11, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C, Official Code § ; 42-2801^ ("Ac^, managed .by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development* based upon jl .certified increase A m 
dedicated tax revenues, to be allocated as designated in the Act. ,..,, ( ; ~ ; . 

. (b) Of the amount authorized pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, ..$9.24 million shall 
be classified as Special Purpose Revenue and $6.92 million shall be classified as Dedicated 
Taxes. 

(c) This section shall apply as of August II, 20il. 

Sec. 6. Section 2 of the Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated Tax Appropriations 
Authorization Temporary Act of 2011, signed by the Mayor on June 23, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-79?: 
58 DCR 5383), is amended by adding a new section 3a to read as follows: ; ,; 

"Sec. 3a. This act shall apply as of October 1, 2011.". ,■ ■■;/.';. ■ (v.- 

Sec. 7. Fiscal impact statement, , ; ": <<■) 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 8. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by* the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. CFOPD-ll-C-040 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-118 

^\ 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, multiyear Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 with eFunds 
Corporation to provide electronic benefit transfer services for the District of Columbia to the 
Office of the Chief Financial Officer and to authorize payment for the services received and to 
be received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Contract No. 
CFOPD-ll-C-040, a multiyear agreement with eFunds Corporation to provide electronic 
benefit transfer services to enable the District of Columbia to make electronic payments for 
federal benefit programs, including Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, 
Interim Disability Assistance, and the Rental Vendor Program, and authorizes payment in 
the not-to-exceed amount of $4,591,775 for the services received and to be received during the 
remainder of the 5-year base term of the contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 

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Act 19-120 hi 19th Cbuftcil Fefioil 

■ HEALTH PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT PROGRAM 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 '1 

Act 19-120 "'• ; ' ; ' ! 

■-.Jv •■■■'. ■ ". . ■■'...- ■- ■;...■ .-'.;7\ z 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the District of Columbia Health Professional Recruit* 
ment Program Act of 2005 to revise the disbursement procedures to require lump-sum 
payments within 90 days of contracting. ' , ' 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF .COLUMBIA, 'That this 
act may be cited as the "Health Professional Recruitment Program Emergency Amendment 
Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 10 of the District of Columbia Health Professional Recruitment Program 
Act of 2005, effective March 8, 2006 (D.C. Law 16-71; D.C. Official Code § 7-751.09), is 
amended to read as follows: . . ,. ,. v .. ... .,.. h ?i , , . f|i f ., r ...,. ,.,,, , A , rv? .. r r ,,,^ 

"Sec. 16. Disbursement procedure. . _ ,^-. ;Tr V,,, .,.'.,, ,...; .,,^„. ' ; ^ 

"(a) The Department shall disburse payment in a 2-year lump sum for each contract issued 
within 90 days of the start of the contract. 

"(b) For each year of participation beyond^the original term of the contract, whether by 
renewal or continuation of a contract longer than 2 years, the Department shall disburse a 
one-year lump sum payment within 90 days of the i start Of each additional year.'\ '^ '■ ■ ^ - 

J Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. \ ..hill" I ■! .V., '■.- ■■■-i 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as, the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approve^ December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1 206.02(c)(3)). ... >" iv ;, f - 
.Sec. 4. Effective date. r - ; ; 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the , 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973, (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). , , , ,,. . "'..■,,,,; :,. v ^ : 

"'; APPROVED: August 1, 2011. ' : • \ '\ // ' : ; \\- '.'';);:;? 



CONTRACT NO. CFOPD-ll-C-023 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT lhki ^ 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 oa lj 

; ; , . .■■...■' > ,,!: :"^i^iu i i'j 

Act 19-121 .;:■;■.«>;£ 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, multiyear Contract No. -CFOPD-lI-C^023' 'with 

j , Citibank, N.A. to provide comprehensive banking services for the District of Columbia to the 

Office of the Chief Financial Officer. :; 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That .this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No, CFOPD-ll-C-023 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act of 2011". ' ' 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Contract No. 
CFOPD-ll-C-023, a multiyear agreement with Citibank, N.A. to provide comprehensive 
banking services for the District of Columbia to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, and 
authorizes payment in the not-to-exceed amount of $6.7 million for the services received under 

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Letter Contract No. CFQPD-ll-L-023 and to be received during the remainder of the 
5-year base term of the contract. • 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4 Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: Augusts, 2011. 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-122 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 13, 14, and 15 and Proposed 
Modification No. 16 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DLr-021 to provide job placement and 
retention services to the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be 
received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
Nos. 13, 14, and 15 arid Proposed Modification No. 16 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 
with Arbor E&T, LLC, to provide job placement and retention services and authorizes 
payment in the amount of $1,375,000 for services received under that contract for the period 
October 28, 2010 through September 30, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)X 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). , 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 

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MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-123. ■.•-■{) -.JIT 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification No.ll and Proposed Modification Nos. r 12 
and 13 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DLr-024 to provide job placement and retention services 
to the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 

,.■.. contract.'. ■,'.■',- .■/'? :: .■.,; ^^ ■:.-'., ■ ■■'■■ ..■■' ; ^,:> -4dT 

BE, IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF GOLUMBi^jHpJ|i 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 Ajiprpyijaiji^ 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2!011". ■ , : . ■;.,.;/ ,.i-'Kif ' "l-^Ty tett*! 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
No. 11 and Proposed Modification Nos. 12 and 13 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 
with Arch Training Center, Inc., to provide job placement and retention services and 
authorizes payment in the amount of $1.2 million for services received under that contract for 
the period October 28, 2010 through September 30, 2011. - 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement, 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stati.813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)); ■>■; Y Y VI 

■'■".Sec, 4 Effective date. 7 . '. .''- / ^T^..! 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the : event o£ ye, to by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the r District of Columbia/in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973' (,87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ' ■^^.sry^^u-Syyv^-^ 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. ' f / " .— — .',<.* 



UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUNDS APPROPRIATION 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

r -;^-; - Act 19-424 ^ . . ■ ■ =■■.-.. ■''".'■';: 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, the allocation of $27.6 million from the funds 
distributed to the District of Columbia pursuant to section 903(f) of the Social Security Act to 
improve the administration of the Unemployment Compensation Program. 

<" BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Unemployment Compensation Funds Appropriation Authorization 
Emergency Act of 2011". , . < 

. Sec. 2. From the funds distributed to the District account in the Unemployment Compen- 
sation Trust Fund, pursuant to section 90.3(f) of the Social Security Act, approved/August 5, : 
1954 (6S Stat. 670; 42 U.S.C. § 1103(f)) ("SSA"), the Council, pursuant to section 903(c) of ttie 
SSA, authorizes the allocation of $27.6 million to be used for the replacement of the current 
unemployment compensation operating system with a modern, fully-integrated operating 
system that links benefits, tax contributions, and re-employment' services. ' ' '"" 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ^ 7, o : i/ 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect no longer than 
90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in section 
412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 788; 
D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 
5148, S.O. 10-01784, EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-125 

AN ACT to order, on an emergency basis, the closing of a portion of the public alley system in 
Square 5148, bounded by Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, N.E., 48th Street, N.E., Hayes Street, 
N.E., and 49th Street, N.E., in Ward 7. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in Square 5148, S.O. 
10-01784, Emergency Act of 2011". • ■' " 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.01), the 
Council finds that the portion of the alley system in Square 5148, as shown on the Surveyor's 
plat filed under S.O. 10-01784, is unnecessary for alley purposes and orders' it closed, with 
title to the land to vest as shown on the Surveyor's plat. 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to, the 
Office of the Surveyor and the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Closing of a 
Portion of the Public Alley in Square 5148, S.O. 10-01784, Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading 
on July 12, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-303), as the fiscal impact statement required by 
section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 



DISTRIBUTED GENERATION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-126 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Act of 2004 to 
permit certain solar thermal systems to be a part of the Renewable Energy Portfolio market, to 
modify requirements for energy suppliers to obtain credits from distributed solar generation 

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: systems serving the District of Columbia, to change the alternative compliance fees and levels 

/from 2011 to 2023 and beyond, to require surcharges charged to the District of Columbia 

government to be paid for out of the Renewable Energy Development Fund, and to repeal the , 

requirement that the District Department of the Environment make recommendations to the 

Council regarding alternative compliance fees. 

YmBE: IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may, be cited as the "Distributed Generation Emergency Amendment Act of .2011".: 

Sec? 2: T^he Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Act of 2004, effective April' 12, 200^ 
(D.C. Law 15-340; D.C. Official Code § 34-1431 et seq.), is amended as follows:' 
(a) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 34-1432) is amended as follows: ' ^-'^- 

(1) Subsection (a-1) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a-lj(l) For nonresidential solar heating, cooling, or process heat property systems 
producing or displacing greater than 10,000 kilowatt hours per year, thei:Solar| ; collectors used 
shall be SRCC OG-100 certified and the energy output shall be ; determined by an onsite 
energy meter that meets performance standards established by OlML/ V' 

"(2) For nonresidential solar heating, mooting, or process heat property systems produc- 
ing or displacing 10,000 or less than 10,000 kilowatt hours per year> the solar collectors 
iUsed shall be SRCC OGM.00 certified and the energy output shall be determined by the, 
, j SRCC OG-300 annual system performance rating protocol or the solar collectors used shall 
be SRCC OGM.00 certified and the energy output shall be determined by an onsite energy 
meter that meets performance standards established by OIML; and 

";■; \"(3) For residential solar thermal systems, the systems shall be SRCC OG-300 system 
certified and the energy output shall be determined by the SRCC OG-300 annual rating' 
protocol or the solar collectors used shall be SRCC OG-100 certified and the energy output 
shall be determined by an onsite energy meter that meets performance standards estab- 
lished by OIML.". 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended to read as follows: ^ 
"(c) The renewable energy portfolio standard shall be as follows: v . ^ ,, ;J 

"(1) In 2011,4% from tier one renewable sources, 2.5% from tier two renewable sources, 
,, and not less than 0.40% from solar energy;^ ,. ■■.....,.-.,.. ;,,,,/; , , , r ; , ;s ; , . ,.,,p 
'"(2) In 2012, 5% from tier one renewable sources, 2.5% fromjtier two renewable spurges; 
and not less than 0.50% from solar energy; r ...... ^ . ; ; t . ■, . v - - t; r j. /? , ,; ,j 

; "(3) In 2013, 6.5% from tier one renewable sources, Z^i^m-^^Ps^^^W^ 
■c sources, and not less than 0.50% from solar energy; -^ ■ s i ^ V ): ; : ■ f , i I( )iho ( I 

v "(4) In 2014, 8% from tier one renewable sources; 2.5% fromvtier twa^en^a;bJeIso ( urGesv 

^ '•■ arid hot less than 0.60% from solar energy; : A ■'•'* m ;hhh.tf { silt "in (i-OfaftOf) notify-: 

"(5) In 2015, 9.5% from tier one renewable sources; 2.5'% 'from '''tier'twd r&feWfil^ 
sources, and not less than 0.70% from solar energy; ' i/ri^M .& j&% 

:t ! "(6) In 2016, 11.5% from tier one renewable sources, 2% from tier two renewable 
-sources, and not less than 0.825% from solar energy; ' ; ' / - T ;' "'; -f- 

' "(7) In 2017, 13.5% from tier one renewable sources, 1.5% from tier two renewable 
sources, and not less than 0.98% from solar energy; '. V 

"(8) In 2018, 15.5% from tier one renewable sources, 1% from tier two renewable 
, sources, and not less than 1.15% from solar energy; 

"(9) In 2019, 17.5% from tier one renewable sources, 0.5% from tier two renewable 
sources, and not less than 1.35% from solar energy; " 

'■ "(1(5) In 2020, 20% from tier one renewable sources, 0% front titer two renewable source?, 
and not less than 1.58% from solar energy; v ■ ' , > : /«' ''. 

"(11) In 2021, 20% from tier one renewable sources, 0% from tier two renewable sources, 

and not less than 1.85% from solar energy; . v v -,,>.„, . ^;i ;i /^ 

, , "(12) In 2022, 20% from tier one renewable sources, 0% from tier two renewable sources, 
•-and not less than 2.175% from solar energy; and : l- ; - o ^ .. ,.- • ., ■ :■ v ^^ 

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"(13) In 2023 and thereafter, 20% from tier one renewable sources, 0%. from tier two 
renewable sources, and not les& than 2.50% from solar energy.". 

(3) Subsection (e) is amended to read as follows: 

"(e)(1) Subject to subsections (a) and (c) of this section, an electricity supplier shall meet 
the solar requirement by obtaining the equivalent amount of renewable energy credits from 
solar energy systems no larger than 5MW in capacity located within the District or in 
locations served by a distribution feeder serving the District. 

"(2)(A) After January 31, 2011, the Commission shall not certify any tier one renewable 
source solar energy system larger than 5MW in capacity or any tier one renewable source 
solar energy system not located within the District or in locations served by a distribution 
feeder serving the District. 

"(B) Any tier one renewable source solar energy system larger than 5MW in capacity 
shall be decertified by the Commission. Any tier one renewable source solar energy 
system not located within the District or in locations served by a distribution feeder 
serving the District, first certified by the Commission between February 1, 2011, and the 
effective date of this act shall be decertified by the Commission.". 

(b) Section 6 (D.C. Official Code § 34-1434) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (3) is amended to read as follows: ..■■■< 

"(3) Fifty cents in 2011 through 2016; 35 cents in 2017; 30 cents in 2018; 20 cents in 
2019 through 2020; 15 cents in 2021 through 2022; and 5 cents in 2023 and thereafter for 
' each kilowatt-hour of shortfall from required solar energy sources.". 

(B) Paragraph (4) is redesignated as subsection (d). 

(C) Paragraph (5) is redesignated as subsection (e). 

(2) The newly designated subsection (e) is repealed. 

(c) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code § 34-1436) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "account of the District of 
Columbia" and inserting the phrase "account of the District of Columbia, except as 
delineated in this section" in its place. 

(2) A new subsection (g) is added to read as follows: 

"(g). Any compliance fees paid into the Fund by an electricity supplier that were charged to 
the District of Columbia government through a cost recovery surcharge authorized in section 
7(c) shall be transferred from the Fund to the General Fund of the District of Columbia and 
used to cover any surcharge owed by the District of Columbia government.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall not apply to energy supply contracts entered into prior to the effective date 
of this act. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Distributed 
Generation Amendment Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on July 12, 2011 (Enrolled version 
of Bill 19-10), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 ^(87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code 
§ l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in , 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. 

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BUILDING 18 PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 ' 

Act 19-127 ; 

AN ACT to amend* on an emergency basis, the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010 tp 
exempt the demolition of an existing facility and the design, development, and construction of 
a new facility comprised of a fire station and office space for the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center from procurement laws and 
regulations generally applicable to District procurements. f 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Building 18 Procurement Authority Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". , V , 

Sec. 2. Section 105(c) of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 8, 
2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-351.05(c)), is amended as follows: v ; t 

(a) Paragraph (11) is amended, by striking the word "arid" at the end: ■ " \r--.. ■<>:..<> 

(b) Paragraph (12) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase -"•; and" in 
its place. -- t/ . ■>:; .,..-, ■,.: . ■'.. -,; :.,.■:-; - : '•<, •>]; 

(c) A new paragraph (13) is added to read as fbllqws: : 

"(13) The procurement of services for the demolition of an existing facility, also known as 

■ building 1.8 at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and for the design, development, and 

construction of a new facility comprised of a fire station and office space for the Fire and 

Emergency Medical Services Department on real property located on the building 18 site 

at Butternut Street and Georgia Avenue, N.W., at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.". 

Sec. 3. - Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). , ■. 

•Sec. 4. Effective date. , : .. : ■,"/} 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto- by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto); and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia Jn 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § ! l-204.l2(a))." ' : ', f: i "Vv."r : . .. .-: "," . ....,, ^ V 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. , ..v-r^ftl <^ : i ' V ] ', \:i v ■, -k'V: . ^ <■: : ■ .. 



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NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION ESTABLISHMENT n 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT * v 

- -■■ ■■-■ act of 2011 - - : ^r ■;; : ■.^>■:■^vO'i'^ , ^ 

;;/:..\..- Act 19-128 ' , ' ^;' ; ;.H 

AN ACT t6 establish, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, a not-for-profit hospital 
corporation as art independent instrumentality of the District government, to authorize the 
corporation to receive the land, improvements on the land, equipment and other assets of the 
facility known as the United Medical Center, to operate or retain an operator for the facility, 
to establish a fund to receive the monetary assets and to disburse funds to pay the expenses of 
the corporation and the operations of the hospital, to establish a Board of Directors to manage 

■/■ the corporation, and to establish the rights and responsibilities of the board; and to amend the 
Health Service Planning Program Re-establishment Act of 1996 to exempt the corporation, any; 
operator of the facility and any successor to the corporation as owner of the facility including 
a skilled nursing center at the facility from certificate-of-need requirements. ■ 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Congressional 
Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". 

TITLE I. NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION ESTABLISHMENT. 

Sec. 101. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "Board" means the Board of Directors of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. 

(2) "Corporation" means the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation established by section 
102. 

(3) "Fund" means the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Fund established by section 
103. 

(4) "Hospital" means: 

(A) The acute care hospital on the site; 

(B) The hospital building on the site; 

(C) All furnishings, fixtures, equipment, supplies, and related amenities located in the 
acute care hospital and the hospital building; and 

(D) Any other operations located within the hospital building or on the site, and 
contracts, leases, or other agreements related to those operations. 

(5) "Site" means the land comprised of approximately 17 acres at 1310 and 1350 
Southern Avenue, S.E. 

Sec. 102. Establishment of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation. 

(a) There is established as an instrumentality of the District government the Not-for-Profit 
Hospital Corporation, which shall have a separate legal existence within the District govern- 
ment. 

(b) The primary purpose of the Corporation shall be to: 

(1) Receive the land, improvements on the land, equipment, and other assets of the 
United Medical Center; 

(2) Operate and take all actions to ensure the continued operation of the hospital; and . 

(3) Sell or otherwise transfer all or part of the hospital and site, if a qualified buyer is 
identified. 

Sec. 103. Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Fund. 

(a)(1) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation 
Fund. The Fund shall be comprised of: 

(A) Accounts receivable of the Corporation; 

(B) Transferred funds of the United Medical Center; 

(C) Funds obtained through payments from third-party payers, and other sources. 

(2) The Mayor may direct the Chief Financial Officer to deposit in the Fund any and all 
other funds received by or on behalf of the Corporation or the hospital for the purpose of 
operating the Corporation, the hospital, and any other operations conducted by or through 
the Corporation on the site. 

(3) All funds deposited into the Fund and any interest earned on those funds, shall not 
revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at 
the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses 
and purposes set forth in subsection (b) of this section without regard to fiscal year 
limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. 

(b) Disbursements from the Fund may be used for all purposes related to operating the 
Corporation, the hospital, and other operations on the site. 

Sec. 104. Board of Directors. 

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(a)(1)(A)' The Corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors, which shall consist of 
14 members,- 11 of whom shall be voting members and 3 of whom shall be non-voting 
members. ! V, '■-■"/■ vii' 

(B) Of the voting members, the Mayor shall appoint 6 members, with the advice and 

consent of the Council, and the Council shall appoint 3 members. »~ ^ y d r iTT 

(C) The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, or his or .heridesjgnee^and 
a representative of the entity maintaining the largest collective ''h^&lhm^[i^&ei^sit 
with the Corporation, with that representative not being an' employee of tlie'Oor^orat&n, 
shall serve as voting ex officio members. - ; v'*< ■- : \rV; h^,:^T\.^, .:,[• ■;<-^ i: lm;oH" (!) 

' ■■ (D) The Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and 'the 5 Cfflef M^cll 'OflSer of 
the Corporation, and the President of the District of Columbia Hospital Association^ or 
liis or her designee, shall serve, as non-voting ex officio, ;memberfo rm>- : )in rt lwiC'V Co) 

(2) Members shall have business or management expertise in health-systems manage- 
ment or integrated care-delivery systems or experience as a: :^uvh\< 'V.;*-.^! Wj i.) 

(A) Practicing physician; :•>■).. U> . ., -J '?i;.',!vii ^ ■:>':■?> .' ■/ ,j 

(B) Nursing executive; .■■■ ' ■ .'.:;■■ '.,'. rsm \\X'\\.- 
; (C) Finance officer; - / ' ^H ; r 

(D) Labor manager; or : r ' '■'."). ;' 

(E) Contract manager. ; ./ . . , ...>■... .,..„ 

s { L (b)(A) The terms of the voting members of the initial Board shall be as follows: ) ■;,: ) 

(i) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by the Council 
shall serve 3-year terms; }:-\l ^■■■:\-. 

(ii) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by^the 

•■:•;■■■; Council shall serve 2-year terms; and •.-.';■ iq^^n 

(iii) Two members appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by'TO 
Council shall serve one-year terms. ; v ■. (d) 

; (B) All subsequent voting-member ^appointees shall serve 3year terms. <■;,' _ 

(c) The Mayor shall submit the names of the Mayor's nominees to the Council within 10 
days of the effective date of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Establishment Emergen- 
cy Amendment Act of 2010, effective July 7^ 2010 (D.C. Act 18-476; 57DCR 6937), for, a 
45-day period of review. If the Council does not approve or disapprove the nomination^ by 
resolution, within the 45-day review period;. .the nomination shall be deemed approyed. 

, -(d) No fewer than 90 days before theexph^ation pf : a member's term, the^MayoE ;■ ■.shall- 
submit to the Council the name of a nominee to fill the s, vacancy, fV When a vacancy; ppcurs for 
any reason other than expiration of a term, the Major, shall submit the name of a nominee, to 
the Council within 45 days after the vacancy occurTfora 45-day period of review!" If the 
Council does not approve or disapprove the nomination,^ by resolution^. within rther45-day 
review period, the nomination shall be deemed apprpyed, i; A member appointed; tp fill a 
vacancy for an unexpired term shall serve only for the unexpired portion of the term, .unless 
the member is reappointed for a new term. ■ ;' / '" *'' ..'■'"). 

(e) A Board member whose term has expired may continue to .serve .until a new member is 
appointed or for 180 days, whichever first occurs. .-^.: , / , : ■'■)) -),':) 

(f) The Mayor shall designate a chairperson from among the members who shall serve in 

that capacity at the pleasure of the Mayor. , ; . - 

(g) A Board member shall not be entitled to compensation but may be reimbursed for 
actual and necessary expenses incurred for performing his or her official duties, Unless 
prohibited by law, a Board member may engage in private employment, a profession, or a 

business.; r ",:'■' V > 

(h) A Board member shall not be held personally liable for an action taken in the coursebf 
his or her official duties and responsibilities. ,.;wj ; -hi 

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(i) The Mayor shall remove any Board member for misconduct or neglect of duty, as 
defined in the Corporation's bylaws, or for other good cause, after notice to the Board 
member and the Board. 

(j) The Mayor shall immediately suspend any Board member charged with a misdemeanor 
or felony and shall remove the Board member if the member is found guilty of the charge. 

(k) The Board shall maintain regular contact with the Director of the Department of 
Health, or successor agency, and shall meet with the Director upon the Director's request. 

Sec. 105. Governance of the Corporation. ^ 

(a) The powers of the Corporation shall be vested in and exercised by the Board. The 
Board may take action at a meeting held at a time and place fixed by the bylaws. The Board 
shall adopt rules for conducting its meetings. 

(b)(1) The presence of 5 voting members shall constitute a quorum of the Board. A 
majority vote of the members present for a quorum shall be necessary for the Board to take 
any official action. ' , 

(2) A Board member shall be considered present for the purpose of establishing or 
maintaining a quorum either by being. physically present at the site specified for the Board 
meeting or by being electronically present via a speaker telephone, web camera, or other 
device capable of transmitting the member's voice or voice and image to the Board 
members physically present and the Board members' voices or voices and images to the 
member employing electronic means to participate. 

(c) The Board shall hold an annual meeting to inform the public of its plans and programs. 
The Board shall provide notice of the meeting by publishing notice in the District of Columbia 
Register and a newspaper of general circulation in the District not less than 30 days before 
the date of the meeting. 

(d) The Board shall meet not less than once per month, at least 10 months each year. 
Board meetings shall comply with the requirements for open meetings pursuant to section 
742 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 831; 
D.C. Official Code § 1-207.42). 

(e) The Corporation's fiscal year shall coincide with the fiscal year of the District 
government. 

(f) The Board shall appoint the Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of the United Medical 
Center as CEO of the Corporation and to be in charge of the day-to-day affairs of the 
Corporation, including the hospital and other operations at the site. The Board may 
subsequently conduct a national search to fill the position of CEO. The CEO shall serve at 
the pleasure of the Board. 

(g) The Board may engage a hospital management company to assist in hospital operations 
and may contract or enter into leases with third parties to operate discrete facilities within 
the hospital or on the site. 

(h) The Board shall hold its first meeting no later than 7 days from the date of the 
appointment of 7 or more members. 

(i) The Board shall determine the qualifications and credentialing for health care profes- 
sionals to receive the privilege of practicing within a health-care facility under the Corpora- 
tion's jurisdiction and make reasonable policies and procedures for the conduct of a person on 
the staff of a facility within the Corporation's jurisdiction, ■ consistent with District law. 

Sec. 106. Powers of the Corporation. 

The Corporation shall have the powers to: 

(1) Sue and be sued in its corporate name; 

(2) Adopt a corporate seal and alter the seal at its pleasure; 

(3) Adopt, amend, and repeal bylaws governing the manner in which it may conduct 
business and how the powers vested in it may be exercised; 

(4) Borrow money for any of its corporate purposes pursuant to section 116 and as may 
be permitted under the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 
(87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.01 passim), and other laws of the District; 

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provided^ that the Corporation's debts shall riot be subject to arid shall not be ba£kedOby 
the full faith and credit of the District of Columbia; > ! ■■ -i^niM) 

(5) Provide for the payment of obligations as may be permitted under the District 1 'of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code 

§ 1-201.01 passim), and other laws of the District; * ■/■■>' ">"' 

J (6) Establish polices for contracting and procurement that are ; consistent with the 
principles of competitive procureirierit arid, subject to District law, make'' 1 arid execute 
contracts, leases, and all other agreements or instruments necessary arid appropriate ■!■ for 

.... the exercise of its powers and the fulfillment of its. corporate, purposes;^ , , ... - : .....? v "\ r ^ 

■■■ (7) Subject to Council approval by resolution) ; acquire Construct, and disposeyof real; or 
personal property of every kind, including a healthcare facility or an interest in a^ healths 
care facility for its corporate purposes; :Ki! , , .. ,, ( v ; , ,. v . / ■ ^HT r";<i' ; 

(8) Operate, manage, superintend, maintain, repair, equip/' and control a ''healtft-care 
facility under its jurisdiction, including seeking all necessary licenses, certifications, vftr 
other permits and establishing and collecting fees, rentals* or other charges, , including 
reimbursement allowances for the sale, lease, or sublease; of any healthcare facility; 

(9) Provide' health and medical services to the public directly or by agreement! /with a 
person, firm, or private or public corporation or association; ; v 

(10) Establish policies governing admissions and health and medical services and fees 
and other charges, including reimbursement allowances for providing health and medical 
services; ,.-'"- 

(11) Provide and maintain resident physician and intern medical services, as appropriate, 
'and sponsor and conduct research, development, planning, evaluation, educational, arid 

training programs, as appropriate; . , , V / . ^T 

(12) Provide additional services and adopt a schedule of appropriate charges .for addition- 
al services consistent with its corporate purposes; : ^ \^f^r- 

(13) Employ officers, executives, and management personnel who may formulate ).6r 
,,, participate in the formulation of the plans, policies, and standards or who l; may v administer, 

manage, or operate the Corporation, fix their qualifications, and prescribe their duties and 
other terms of employment, compensation, and benefits; except, that such personnel shall 
be excluded from collective bargaining representation and employ other personnel as may 
be necessary; 

(14) Subject to the requirements > of .section 115 of the District of Columbia Appropria T 
tions Act, 2003, approved February 20, 2003 (117 Stat. 123; D.C. Official Code § 1-329.01), 
and section 446b of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved October 16, 2006 
(120 Stat 2040; D.C. Official Code'§ l-204.46b), apply for and receive donations, gjfts, 
grants of money, real and personal property, services, or other aid; V ' " i '..? • 

(15) Maintain or purchase insurance, including, ercors and omissions insurance,; for /the 
Board an4 officers of the Corporation, or obtain indemnification against losses or liabilities 
of the Corporation; , ."','. ' ',, ..' h 

\ (16) Enter into agreements with another organization, public or private, for ; gpods^and 
< services as needed for its corporate purposes; , t :,. ; :" : ( j ,-um.) 

••■■ < (17) Request and recommend that the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia 
invest the Corporation's funds and make recommendations, to the Chief Financial; Officer, of 
the District of Columbia how to administer funds; ; .......... _, Pi) ,,^j. 

(18) Retain or employ auditors, engineers, and private consultants by cpntrapt for 
rendering professional, management, or technical services and advice; ,' ., 

: , (19) Subject to District law, engage in a joint venture and participate in a network, 
" alliance, consortium pool, or other cooperative arrangement with a public or private entity; 
and 

(20) Do any and all things necessary and, proper to carry out its corporate purposes. , : , :f 

, Sec. 107. Transfer of assets under Deed of Trust. > . „ ^ ' : i , .■ i ;<-; 

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Upon foreclosure under the Deed of Trust, Security Agreement, Fixture Filing and 
Restrictive Covenants signed by CMC Realty, LLC and Capital Medical Center, LLC on 
November 7, 2007, or upon any other transfer of assets, the Mayor is authorized to transfer 
all of the assets, including cash, accounts receivable, and real and personal property, of 
United Medical Center to the Corporation. 

Sec. 108. Personnel administration. 

(a) The District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978, 
effective March 3, 1978 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.), shall not 
apply to employees of the Corporation. 

(b) Within 6 months of the first meeting of the Board, the Corporation shall promulgate 
policies, practices, and procedures relating to terms and conditions of employment for 
personnel employed by the Corporation. Until the Corporation establishes a personnel 
system subject to applicable laws, the personnel system of the United Medical Center existing 
the day prior to the effective date of this act shall continue to apply to the Corporation and its 
employees. 

(c) Subject to federal and District law, the Corporation shall assume and be bound by all 
personnel contracts and existing collective bargaining agreements with labor organizations 
that represent employees transferred to the Corporation. 

(d) This section shall not to be construed to limit the right of the Board to reorganize, 
restructure, reclassify, or eliminate positions. 

(e) The Corporation shall give a hiring preference to qualified District residents. 

(f) The Corporation shall have independent personnel authority, including the authority to 
establish its own personnel system, and shall not be subject to the District of Columbia 
Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; 
D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.), or its implementing regulations. 

(g) The Corporation, with advice from the Chief Executive Officer, shall develop a 
personnel system that includes rules prohibiting an employee from having a direct or indirect 
financial interest that conflicts with, or would appear to conflict with, the fair, impartial, and 
objective performance of the employee's assigned duties and responsibilities. 

(h) The Board members and the CEO shall not have any interest, direct or indirect, as 
principal, surety, or otherwise in contract, where the expense or consideration of the contract 
is payable from Corporation funds. 

(i) The Corporation may retain an independent contractor to deliver hospital services, 
except for financial services provided by the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. As part of 
the hospital services a contractor provides, the contractor may manage, supervise, evaluate, 
and propose disciplinary action for government hospital employees, except for employees 
reporting to the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, subject to the following 
limitations: 

"(1) The Corporation determines, in writing, that the contractor is providing services to 
the Corporation and that it is necessary for the operation of the hospital, or an affected 
department of the Hospital, for the contractor to supervise, manage, evaluate, and propose 
disciplinary action for the affected employees. 

"(2) In exercising authority to supervise, manage, evaluate, and propose disciplinary 
action, the contractor shall comply with all Hospital human resource policies, personnel 
contracts, and collective-bargaining agreements. 

"(3) A contractor's proposal for disciplinary action shall not become final unless approved 
by the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital. 

"(4) The Hospital shall not be responsible for the contractor's negligence or misconduct 
related to managing or supervising hospital employees. 

Sec. 109. Budget. 

The Board shall submit its proposed fiscal year 2011 operating budget and each subsequent 
operating budget for the Corporation to the Mayor on the date that District departments and 
agencies are required to submit proposed budgets to the Mayor. 

Sec. 110. Transfer of employees. 

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(a) The employees of United Medical Center shall be transferred to the Corporation with 
the same rights and obligations they enjoyed as employees of the United Medical Center. 

(b) The employees transferred from the United Medical Center to the Corporation shall 
not be governed by the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel 
Act, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2^139; D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.), orlts 
implementing regulations ("CMPA") and shall not enjoy any rights, benefits, or obligations 

afforded by the CMPA. / ■.■ - v- : :.^;y .; ; : V;)-** ;? - ,?, in-rlMT: (r). 

' Sec. 111. Procurement law inapplicable. 1 A:i : - i ' ' ■■ ; ': ;;,;' • ' ■■' ty V^ w^^h 

(a) The Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 8, 2011 (D.CJ. 'Law 
18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-351.01 et seq.) ("PPA'), and its implementing r4^^ns!si|an 
riot apply to the Corporation; except, that the Corporation shall be required ih ^mpj^wiffi 
the requirements regarding multiyear contracts and contracts in excess of $1 million .during & 
12-month period pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule ^ctj 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and section WSf 
the PPA. ; ; ^^ 

, (b) Procurement policies employed by the United Medical Center on the day prior to the, 
effective date of this act shall continue until the Corporation develops new procurement! 
policies. 

Sec. 112. Exemption from taxation. ■■■/•■;. 

The assets and income of the Corporation shall be exempt frorii taxation by the District 
government. ,..<.. 

Sec. 113. Reports to the Mayor and the Council. ' . - ■: ■ ^ 

On or before December 29 of each year, the Corporation shall submit to the Mayor and the 
Council a report that sets forth for the prior fiscal year its operations and accomplishriients, 
revenues and expenses, assets and liabilities at the end of the fiscal year, and the status of 
reserves, depreciation, and special, sinking, or other '■■funds.'-, ; "j 

Sec. 114. Representation and indemnification. '■'.'. , . 

(a) The officers and employees of the Corporation shall not be considered District 
government employees for purposes of the District of Columbia Employee Non-liability Act, 
approved July 14, 1960 (74 Stat. 519; D.C. Official Code § 2-411 et seq.)> and the District of 
Columbia shall not be liable for any acts or occurrences of the Corporation regardless' 1 of 
whether the Corporation purchases insurance or whether purchased insurance covers any : ict 
or omission of an act. ,l> •'< A ' i ' ' J '^ '"-■'■' : J , r , '.: : "V :) V, 

; . (b) The District of Columbia may, upon request by the Corporation and at the discretion of 
the Attorney General for the District of Columbia "(Attorney General"), provide represehta? 
tion through the Office of the Attorney General to the Corporation and its officers and 
employees for legal matters related to their official duties. 

(c) The Corporation may retain outside counsel, other than the Attorney General/ at its 
own expense to provide representation for the Corporation and its officers and employees; in 
actual or anticipated litigation related to their official duties and functions or in any other 
legal proceeding, lawsuit, grievance, or arbitration filed against the Corporation, its officers, 
or its employees. - -h; 

(d) An action other than an action for medical negligence or malpractice , may riot sbe 
maintained against the Corporation for unliquidated damages to persons or property unless, 
within 6 months after the injury or damage was sustained, the claimant, his agent, or attorney 
has given notice in writing to the CEO of the approximate time, place, cause, and circum- 
stances of the injury or damage. : ,, 

(e) The District of Columbia and its officers and employees shall not be liable for and may 
not be made a. party to any lawsuits or claims arising from the operation of the Corporatibn: 

, Sec. 115. General Counsel. - ^ 

(a) The Corporation may have a General Counsel who shall: - :. 

(1) Be appointed by the CEO; ' \ •'■■► ^ 

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(2) Be an attorney admitted in good-standing to the practice of law in the District of 
Columbia; 

(3) Be qualified by experience and training to advise the Corporation with respect to 
legal issues related to its powers and duties; 

(4) Have an attorney-client relationship with the Corporation; and 

(5) Advocate vigorously for the positions of the Corporation on legal issues. 

(b) The General Counsel, with the consent of the CEO, may employ staff attorneys and 
other personnel. 

Sec. 116. Debts and borrowing. 

(a) The Corporation is authorized by the Council pursuant to section 490(a)(6) of the 
District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 809; D.C. Official 
Code § l-204.90(a)(6)), to incur debt, including lines of credit, to carry out the authorized 
purposes of the Corporation. The Corporation may, at any time, and from time to time, enter 
into debt obligations, by resolution of the Board. Debt of the. Corporation shall be payable 
solely from the revenues of the Corporation from whatever source derived and shall not be 
issued in the form of obligations maturing longer than 5 years, including renewals. The 
Corporation shall have the power to incur indebtedness regardless of whether the interest 
payable by the Corporation or the income derived by the holders of the evidence of the 
indebtedness is, for the purposes of federal taxation, includable in the taxable income of the 
recipients of these payments or is otherwise not exempt from the imposition of taxable income 
on the recipients. No official, employee, or agent of the Corporation shall be held personally 
liable solely because a debt instrument is issued. 

(b) Any debt created pursuant to this section shall not: 

(1) Be considered general obligation debt of the District for any purpose, including the 
limitation on the annual aggregate limit on debt of the, District of Columbia under section 
603(b) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 
814; D.C. Official Code § l-206.03(b)); 

(2) Constitute a lending of the public credit for private undertakings for purposes of 
section 602(a)(2) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 
(87 Stat. 814; D.C. Official Code § l~206.02(a)(2)); 

(3) Be a pledge of or involve the full faith and credit of the District of Columbia, other 
than with respect to any dedicated taxes; or 

(4) Constitute a debt of the District. 

Sec. 117. Continuation of privileges to practice. 

(a) A health-care professional who has the privilege of practicing at the United Medical 
Center as of the effective date of this act shall retain practice privileges with the Corporation 
until the: 

(1) Privilege expires; 

(2) Board alters or amends the privilege; or 

(3) Board revokes the privilege. 

(b) The Board shall retain the policies regarding determining the qualifications for health- 
care professionals to receive the privilege of practicing that existed at United Medical Center 
on the day prior to the effective date of this act until the Corporation replaces the policies 
pursuant to section 105(i). 

Sec. 118. The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia shall exercise authority 
over the Corporation consistent with section 424 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved April 17, 1995 (109 Stat. 142; D.C. Official Code §§ l-204.24a, l-204.24b, and 
l-204.24c). 

TITLE II. CERTIFICATE OF NEED AMENDMENT. 

Sec. 201. Section 8(b) of the Health Services Planning Program Re-establishment Act of 
1996, effective April 9, 1997 (D.C. Law 11-191; D.C. Official Code § 44-^07(b)), is amended 
by adding a new paragraph (15) to read as follows: 

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"(15) Changes in ownership, whether voluntary or involuntary, of the short-term/^abute- 
care hospital known as the United Medical Center and a long-term acute care hospita'bahd 
, ;> a skilled nursing facility at the same location, known as the Southern Avenue Facilities, 
shiall be exempt from the certificate of need requirements for the purpose of: : : : r^i 

"(A) Allowing the transfer from the owner of record to another owner of all )or a 
portion of the Southern Avenue Facilities; , 

- , . "(B) Notwithstanding any other provision of District law, allowing the owner of record, 

'a subsequent owner, or caretaker, regardless of whether the transfer is voluntary , ; or 

involuntary, to close or terminate a health service outside of the United Medical Center 

within 30 days after the effective date of the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation 

' Establishment Emergency Amendment Act of 2010, effective July 7, 2010 (D.C. Act 

18-476; 57 DCR6937)("Hospital Act"); or -r-i 

"(C) Allowing the entity acquiring the United Medical Center to establish, within 90 
, days of the effective date of the Hospital Act, a skilled nursing facility with no more tMii 
120. beds in the existing buildings located in the 1300 block, of Southern Avenue, &E.'\ ' 

i-y- _■ TITLE III. GENERAIiitPROVISIONS. ^d ! i- ; ^ ^ ^ 

Sec. 301. Fiscal impact statement. •■ ? ... -.:.\>- ■■■.,■; ,■■■;! i. ; ;■:■■, . ! - 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the: fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3))\ , * > . ; ^ • ■>■•■:/■ 

Sec.302. Effective date. :■ t: > • .?■: . ,.. ? , r, h ■■■■-.• ; i*b 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), arid shall resmairi in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Cduncil of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-2G4.12(a)). -5 ■-■ ! \\) 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. .'' , . ' : ^ 



DOC INMATE PROCESSING AND RELEASE EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 - 

■■■- ■ ■ -■■■'■■■ '"'■■;■ ' Act 19-129 ''■■'- ■■' : --'':Xl': 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, An Act To create a Department of Corrections in the 
District of Columbia to expedite the processing of incarcerated individuals released from the 
Central Detention Facility, to ensure the inmate's safe release and the safety of the surround- 
ing community, and to require that adequate public records be maintained of all releases from 
the Central Detention Facility. - , , : .... ,. T , y 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DI^™ 
act may be cited as the "DOC Inmate Processing and Release Emergency Amendment Ac^bf 

2oir\ . : ,. (t ... . r : ' ;;;,.; ;,V- 7-V^' ,,i ' 

Sec. 2. An Act To create a Department of Corrections in the District, of Columbia,' 
approved Jiine 27, 1946 (60 Stat. 320; D.C. Official Code :§ 24-211.01 et s$q.)- 9 is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 2(b) (D.C. Official code § 24-211.02(b)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (4) is amended by adding the word "and" atthe end 1 

■; -v (2) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase ."; and" and inserting a period in its 

[-'.Place. ; . : . ; , ',.,. ; ■■■,,■' . ;■";■ .. ■ .. '■;.•,;] 

(3) Paragraphs (6), (7), and (8) are repealed. ■■.■-■■ - : - >■<< 

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(b) A new section 2a is added to- read as follows: 

"Sec. 2a. Processing and release of inmates from the Central Detention Facility. 

"(a) The Department of Corrections shall process an<^ release an inmate from the Central 
Detention Facility within 5 hours of a court order granting his or her release, unless the 
inmate is to continue in confinement pursuant to another charge or warrant or, for -an inmate 
who has completed his or her sentence, before noon on the inmate's scheduled release date. 

"(b) The Department of Corrections shall establish, in coordination with the courts and the 
United States Marshals Service, procedures to ensure that inmates who have been ordered 
released by the court are returned to the Central Detention Facility as promptly as possible. 

"(c) For an inmate released after 10 p.m., prior to release, the Department of Corrections 
shall: 

"(1) Ensure that: 

"(A) The inmate has a residence or other housing that the inmate is able to access and 
that the inmate has agreed, in writing, to access the residence or other housing at the 
time of his or her release; or 

"(B) A shelter is able and willing to receive the inmate at the time of the inmate's 
release and that the inmate has agreed, in writing, to access the shelter at the time of his 
or her release; 

"(2) Provide the inmate with the clothing that the inmate wore upon intake to the 
Central Detention Facility or, if this clothing is not available, other clothing that is: 

"(A) Appropriate for the weather; 

"(B) Not a jumpsuit; and 

"(C) Typical of street clothing worn by citizens in public; 

"(3) Obtain written verification from the Central Detention Facility's healthcare provider 
("provider") that, upon release, the inmate has a 7-day supply of all prescription medi- 
cations that the inmate is to continue taking following release from custody and that he or 
she has received release counseling, if medically recommended, from the provider within 
the preceding 7 days; 

"(4) Have provided, within the 7 days prior to release, release counseling to the inmate, 
if the inmate is a sentenced inmate, on access to benefits and services available in the 
District to facilitate reentry; 

"(5) Ensure that the inmate has transportation immediately available upon the inmate's 
release from the Central Detention Facility to transport the inmate to the housing or the 
shelter identified in paragraph (1) of this subsection provided by: 

"(A) A member of the Department of Corrections' transportation unit; 

"(B) A taxi, at the Department of Corrections' expense; or 

"(C) A Mend or family member; 

"(6) Provide the inmate with the option of remaining within a Department of Corrections 
facility for release at 7 a.m.; and 

"(7) Require that the warden of the Central Detention Facility certify, in writing, that 
the requirements of this subsection have been met. 

"(d)(1) The Department of Corrections shall maintain an accurate record of the date and 
time of each inmate's release from the Central Detention Facility that shall be a matter of 
public record, which may be audited, upon request, by the Inspector General or the District of 
Columbia Auditor. 

"(2) The Department of Corrections shall provide to the Council, on a quarterly basis, a 
list of all inmates who have been released in violation of this section. The list shall include 
the following information for each released inmate: 

"(A) The custody status of the inmate prior to release, such as, for example, whether 
the inmate was in pre-trial detention or was a sentenced misdemeanant; 

"(B) Whether the inmate's release was because of the completion of his or her 
sentence or pursuant to a court order; 

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"(C) The date and time that the Department of Corrections received the release Qrfler 
from the court or other authority; arid : '.. ...,;.. ',. h) ^< 

"(D) The date and time of the release.". ■■■'■""*'' in)" 

: Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ■'.-"■ iin'oG 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approve® 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ■; ■." ?' 

Set. 4. Effective date. ' ;' f 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veta by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), arid shall remain in effect for rid longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in' 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24J 1973 (87 
Stat. 788;. D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)), , ...... ,...-.',. -,,■ .,, ; ,,,; ,,,<> M v . --,v 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. ' ' • • ;i[ - :; rj ' ' ■ \ : ; ; ; '■ ■'""''"■ 



MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., DRIVE DESIGNATION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-130 

AN ACT to symbolically designate, on an emergency basis, the public street starting on the corner 
of Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue, S.E., and Good Hope Road, S.E., moving across the 11th 
Street Bridge, across the Southeast Freeway, across the Southwest Freeway, onto Maine 
Avenue, S.W., and ending on the corner of 23rd Street, S.W., and Independence Avenue, S.W., as 
Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, r; 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive Designation Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to sections 401 and 403a of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition 
Procedures Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code 
§§' 9^204.01 and 9-204.03a) ("Act"), and notwithstanding the second sentence in section 403a 
and section 407 of the Act (D.C. Official Code §§ 9-204.03a and 9-204.07), the Council 
symbolically designates the public street starting on the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr., 
Avenue, S.E., and Good Hope Road, S.E., moving across the 11th Street Bridge, .across the 
Southeast Freeway, across the Southwest Freeway, onto Maine Avenue, S.W., and .ending on 
the corner of 23rd Street, S.W., and Independence Avenue, S.W., as "Martin Luther King,: Jr., 
Drive". "■■' :*i>>\-> .■ y, ,. , v. . - ■■ .<:.■ ■ \* -y' '.^; <ty" 

t; ; Sec. 3.: Fiscal impact statement. ; - : ;•,-.,, .,. .f,, ; > , y ■-• , ... 7 ., >l; ;^ --^ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal 1 impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule' Act* approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). > " ^'^ \f^ 

Sec. 4. Effective date. . \ ;?■ ) 

This act shall, take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor> action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ': V , 

APPROVED: August 1, 2011. .»■;..■ - - ; ; ; V/ 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-131, § 2 

WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARY TASK FORCE ESTABLISHMENT 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-131 

AN ACT to establish, on an emergency basis, a task force to review workforce intermediary 
programs implemented by the governments of certain U.S. cities and to provide recommenda- 
tions for the potential, establishment of a local workforce intermediary in the District. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Workforce Intermediary Task Force Establishment Emergency Act 
of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Establishment of Workforce Intermediary Task Force. 

(a)(1) Within 60 days of the effective date of this act, the Mayor shall establish a Workforce 
Intermediary Task Force ("Task Force") to review best practices for workforce intermediary 
programs. 

(2) The Task Force shall review similar programs implemented by the governments of 
Boston, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and any other cities that have implemented similar 
programs. ..'-.. 

(3) Within 60 days of the establishment of the Task Force, the Task Force shall 
recommend to the Mayor a Workforce Intermediary Program ("Program") for the District. 
The recommendation shall include a review of: 

(A) The industries, in addition to the construction industry, that should be the focal 
point of the Program because they are frequently required to enter into first source 
agreements; 

(B) What would be a reasonable operating budget for the Program, including a cap on 

administrative costs; 

(C) How the Program will collaborate with multiple District government agencies and 
community-based organizations to serve job-ready residents as well as residents needing 
job-training services or adult basic education services; 

(D) The specific performance metrics that should be used to assess the performance of 
the Program's process and outcomes; 

(E) The baseline data that would be needed to isolate, to the fullest extent possible, 
the effects of the Program; and 

(F) The type of governance structure that would work best for establishing the 
Program and for the ongoing operations of the Program. 

(b) The Task Force shall consist of 16 members appointed as follows: . 

(1.) The Mayor, or his designee; 

(2) The Chairman of the Council, or his designee; 

(3) The Chairman of the Council's Committee on Housing and Workforce Development, 
or his designee; 

(4) The Director of the Department of Employment Services; 

(5) The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development; 

(6) The Executive Director of the Workforce Investment Council; 

(7) Two members of the District business community that represent industries that are 
frequently subject to first source agreements, appointed by the Mayor; 

(8) Two members of the District business community that represent industries that are 
frequently subject to first source agreements, appointed by the Chairman of the Council; 

(9) A representative of a District job training or education provider, appointed by the 
Mayor; 

(10) A representative of a District job training or education provider, appointed by the 
Chairman of the Council; 

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(11) A representative of organized labor, appointed by the Mayor; : , : ^V'OW 

(12) A representative of organized labor, appointed by the Chairman of the Council; 

(13) A representative of the District philanthropic community or an organization focused 
on workforce development research, appointed by the Mayor; and 

(14) A representative of the District philanthropic community or an organization focused 
on workforce development research, appointed by the Chairman of the Council. ' ^ 

(c) The director of each District agency and instrumentality that engages in capital 
construction shall advise and assist the Task Force. The Mayor and the Chairman of the 
Council shall serve as co-chairs of the Task Force. * ,; 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ; : ""' ''"^ 1 ^;;;. ;: ^ ; 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^206.02(c)(3)) i : . > ;; f v i; ) 

: Sec. 4. Effective date. ■•;■/::. :■■■■-■■ .:.:•-,;.'■,; ; ; ; ;r ; ^ ' ^r :^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto) and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-^04.12(a)), , . : , ti - ,, 

APPROVED: August 2, 2011. ■■ T - ' ;i / 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-023 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-132 ' 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification No. 8 and Proposed Modification Nos. 9 
and 10 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-023 to provide job placement and retention services 
to the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received, tinder the 
contract. ' ^ 119rt r 

,'■■■■■' . ::■■',<:..: o) ■>,:.-■,: I: :V--,vj . .;v ■■. . ■,-■' = ■ ,..,,, -ifT (M) 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMEtl^Tli^ this 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DC JA-2006-D-DL^>23 < Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011"; ■ < •■ ■ ; . -■■>-<■;■■ ; . v 5 ; ■,;.' j ; *- k f^:.-. n*in^n<I 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Hom6 ; lule' Act, ^approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § *-204.51), kh^'riotwifeanamg the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices ReformjlAct of 201Qfeffectiv^April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the)Cpuncil approves Modification 
No. 8 and Proposed Modification Nos. 9 and 10 to Contract No. Dbj^006^-DL-023 ; ^ith 
United Planning Organization, to provide job placement and retention services and authorizes 
payment in the amount of $1,025,000 for services received under that contract for the period 
October 28, 2010 through September 30, 2011. * ■ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. i 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fecal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4 Effective date. 

. This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no. longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-134, § 2 

section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 3, 2011. . 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-133 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification Nos. 11, 12, and 13 and Proposed 
Modification No. 14 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DLr-025 to provide job placement and 
retention services to the District and to authorize payment for the services received and to be 
received under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
Nos. 11, 12, and 13 and Proposed Modification No. 14 to Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 
with Career T.E.A.M., LLC, to provide job placement and retention services and authorizes 
payment in the amount of $1,550,000 for services received under that contract for the period 
October 28, 2010 through September 30, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 3, 2011. , 



CONTRACT NO. DCHC-2008-D-5052 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-134 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 with DC Chartered 
Health Plan, Inc., to provide healthcare services to District residents enrolled in Medicaid 
managed care and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 
contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 

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requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective, •( April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
No. 14 and proposed Modification No. 16 to Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 to provide 
healthcare services to District residents enrolled in Medicaid managed care and authorizes 
payment in the not-to-exceed amount of $368,020,944 for services received and to be received 
under that contract from May 1, 2011, until April 30, 2012. 

Sec.3., Fiscal impact statement. : ,-.;■ ,.'-,, 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

; This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for p rio longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the 1 District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)).. , -,, , , .. ( f '. v , r . , ,„ , ,,,;.' 

APPROVED: August 3, 201L _! ,; - ,/ - ; , > , . - 



/ PEDESTRIAN SAFETY REINFORCEMENT EMERGENCY 

,:'„';: ;. 1 ;i ! ,..-;- , AMENDMENT ACT OF 20li ■ '^ : '-,,' 

Act 19-135 >■> ; 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Pedestrian Protection Amendment Act of 1987 to 
provide that the Department of Motor Vehicles, pursuant to the District of Columbia Traffic 
Adjudication Act of 1978, shall have jurisdiction to adjudicate any infractions. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Pedestrian Safety Reinforcement Emergency Amendment Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 2(c-l) of the Pedestrian Protection Amendment Act of 1987, effective 
October 9, 1987 (D. C. Law 7-34; D,£. Official Code § 50- 2201.28(c-l)), is amended to read 

as follows: ; (; . -..\. '/, 

"(c-1) Civil fines, penalties, and fees may be imposed by the Department of Motor^enicles 
as alternative sanctions for any infraction of the provisions of this section, or '.mles or 
regulations issued under the authority of this section, pursuant to the District of Columbia 
Traffic Adjudication Act of 1978, effective September 12, 1978 (D.C. Law 2-104; D.C. Official 
Code § 50-2301.01 et seq.) ("Traffic Act"). Adjudication of any infraction shall be pursuant to 
the Traffic Adjudication Act". \,. ■■■*■;■;' > ■': .v.- ) ^\ ,,y; ^ '' Vu^viOvjT ' 

Sec.3. Fiscal impact statement. ' : : . v; , ^ ;/ ■ ;.' '7 : : r j.;s' 77 ' ■ ;. ■ ■ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^206.02(c)(3)), ; 

,Sec,4. Effective date. . 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council bf the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ' " \ 

APPROVED;- August 9, 2011. , 7- : . ; .,.,,.7, 7 7 - t , ,r ' ;.< ; 

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2011 Legislation Act 19-137, § 3 

CONTRACT NO. GAGA-2008-C-0134 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-136 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, modifications to Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 with 
the Compass Group USA, Inc., by and through its Chartwell Division, for the provision of meals 
to 105 schools, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the 
contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8,^2011 (D.C. Law 18-391; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves modifications 
to Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 necessary to continue the provision of breakfast, lunch, 
and supper meals to 105 District of Columbia public schools and authorizes payment in the 
not-to-exceed amount of $30,277,180 for services received and to be received under the 
contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ' 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 



CHANCELLOR OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
SALARY ADJUSTMENT APPROVAL EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-137 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, the salary adjustment submitted by the Mayor for the 
position of Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools; and to amend the District of 
Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978 to provide that the ap- 
proved salary of the present Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools shall not be 
increased by financial incentives or salary enhancements nor shall it be used as the basis for 
determining the salary'of subsequent holders of the position. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools Salary 
Acjjustment Approval Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Notwithstanding section 1052 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehen- 
sive Merit Personnel Act of 1978, effective June 10, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-124; D.C. Official 
Code § 1-610.52), the Council approves an annual salary for Kayatanya Henderson, as Acting 
Chancellor, Interim Chancellor, and Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, in 
the amount of $275,000 per year. 

Sec. 3. The compensation change in section 2 shall apply as of November 1, 2010. 

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Sec. 4. Section 1052 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive (Merit 
Personnel Act of 1978, effective June 10, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-124; D.C. Official Code 
§ 1-610.52), is amended by adding a new subsection (f) to read as follows: 

"(f)(1) The level of compensation as provided in section 2 of the Chancellor of the District 
of Columbia Public Schools Salary Adjustment Approval Emergency Act of 2011, passed on 
emergency basis on July 12, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-345)("Act"), shall be the total 
annual salary amount which the present Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools 
("Chancellor") may receive. The Chancellor may not receive longevity pay, bonus pay, 
including performance bonus pay, retention pay, per annum percentage increases for cost-of- 
living purposes or due to any collective bargaining activity within the officeholder's respective 
agency or department, or any equivalent financial incentives or salary enhancements. ' ' 

"(2) The existing level of compensation for the Chancellor as provided in section 2 of tKe 
Act shall not be used as the basis for determining the salary of an officeholder in the 
position of the Chancellor who takes office after the effective date of the Act; - The; level; of 
compensation for the Chancellor shall fall within the limits of the DX Schedule, (except as 
provided by the Act.". , ^ /■- .,n ; 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement/ : l ■ 

The Council adopts this fiscal impact statement of the.Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official 1 Code § ' i-266.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 6. Effective date. <'■■■ , : 

This act shall take effect following approval by , the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. r 



CONTRACT NO. DCPL-2009-C-0019A (BP-20) MODIFICATION APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-138 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification No. 2 to (Soritract No. 
DCPL-2009-C-0019A (BP-20) to provide plaster, drywall, fireproofirig and, ceiling for the new 
construction and renovation at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library of the District of 
Columbia Public Library system and to authorize payment for the services received pursuant to 
the Contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIAv'Thattiiis 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A (BP-20) Modification 1 Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". , .-'"!'. '"'i:, 1 /,- 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-391; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
No.2 to Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-OOI9A (BP-20) with the Lexx Group, Inc., to provide 
continuation of general construction services that were approved and authorizes payment in 
the amount of $115,104.35 for services received pursuant to the contract, making the total 
contract value $1,106,571.35. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. < 

; The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act; 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ,; ;/ -j 

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Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 8, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) MODIFICATION APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-139 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification No. 2 to Contract No. 
DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) to provide stile and rail doors, millwork and finish carpentry for 
the new construction and renovation at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library of the District 
of Columbia Public Library system and to authorize payment for the services received pursuant 
to the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) Modification Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-391; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
No. 2 to Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) with Columbia Woodworking, Inc., to 
provide continuation of general construction services that were approved and authorizes 
payment in the amount of $147,533 for services received pursuant to the contract, making the 
total contract value $1,130,504. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the eyent of veto '.by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District -of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 



FORNEY-MANHATTAN DEANWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER AND LI- 
BRARY JOINT VENTURE CONTRACT MODIFICATION APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-140 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, a modification to the contract authorized pursuant to 
D.C. Act 18-258 to provide general contractor services for the Deanwood Community Center 
project and to authorize payment to Forney-Manhattan Deanwood Community Center and 
Library Joint Venture for the services received and to be received under this contract. 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That *is 
act may be cited as the "Forney-Manhattan Deanwood Community Center and Library, Joint 
Venture Contract Modification Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of WXV'f 

/Sec. 2. ' Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved" 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding thf; 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 1 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18^371; D.C. Official Code § 2^352.02), the Council approves the 
modification to the contract between the District of Columbia Housing Enterprises and 
Forney-Manhattan Deanwood Community Center and Library Joint Venture for general 
contractor services related to changes in the drawings and specifications and authorizes 
payment in the amount of $1,967,057.00 for services received and to be received under that 
contract. ^ ,, " \ v '* * 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement ,of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). s- tv. 

Sec.4. Effective date. ' ■■- /- V ;;" ■ "'; C| : ' : V ' \ ; v ; ; : r ^.:.' ": 

This act shall take effect following approval by ; the Mayor, (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved Decern 1973 (87 

Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § m204 12(a). :; - V 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. " ' J ;: ' .;* ,! s^ 



CONTRACT NO. DCKA-2010-C-0206 MODIFICATION APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-141 






AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, proposed Modification No.l to Contract No. 

DCKA-2010-C-0206 with IPS Group, Inc., to provide parking meters and area-control eguip- 

, ment to the District Department of Transportation, and to authorize payment for the services 

received and to be received under the contract. ' 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No; DCKA-2010-C-0206 Modification Approval • and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011"; v -■ * - " s :*/';/ 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule/Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code, §, 1^04.51), and . notwithstanding Jihe 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-^371; D.C. Official Code § 2-552.02), the Council approved Modification 
No. 1 to Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206 to provide parking meters and area-control 
equipment to the District Department of Transportation and authorizes payment in the not- 
to-exceed amount of $1,268,850 for services received and to be received under that contract. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)>. 

Sec.4. Effective date. 

This act. shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days* as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 

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section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 



CONTRACT NO. DCHC-2008-D-5054 MODIFICATIONS APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-142 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 with Unison Health 
Plan of the Capital Area to provide healthcare services to District residents enrolled in 
Medicaid-managed care, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received 
under the contract. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Modifications Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87. Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official' Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves Modification 
No.' 14 and proposed Modification No. 16 to Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 to provide 
healthcare services to District residents enrolled in Medicaid-managed care and authorizes 
payment in the not-to-exceed amount of $190,901,319.42 for services received and to be 
received under that contract from May 1, 2011, until April 30, 2012. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
• impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 



HEALTHY SCHOOLS EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-143 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Healthy Schools Act of 2010 to clarify the definition 
of unprocessed foods, the requirements for serving school meals and the applicability of the 
nutritional requirements, the assessment of health education, and the environmental literacy 
plan, to expand school health profiles and permit the Office of the State Superintendent of 
Education to modify them, and to provide that school campuses are tobacco-free. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Healthy Schools Emergency Amendment Act of- 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Healthy Schools Act of 2010, effective July 27, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-209; D.C. 
Official Code § 38-821.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

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(a) .Section 101 (D.C. Official Code § 38-821,01) is amended to i add ;a r new paragraph (&&H& 
read as follows: ; ■ ,■, /. '.■."./;' ^>^. ■ , ' i )'-., ' \r;' >u ! l ;8RY .hstri 

'" "(6A) "Participating private school" means a private school that participate 
National School Lunch Program, established by the Richard 33'. Russell National School 
Lunch Act, approved June 4, 1946 (60 Stat. 230; 42 LLS.C. § 1771 et seq.\ arid elects to 
participate in the Healthy Schools Act program.". 

(b> Section 102(c) (D.C. Official Code § 38^821.02(c)) is amended as follows: ;, A ^,MO::) 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "public schools and public charter 
schools" and inserting the phrase "public schools, public charter schools, and participating 
private schools" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "public schools and public, charter 
schools" and inserting the phrase "public schools, public charter Schools, arid participating 
private schools" in its place. ' ''.: ; • ! 

(3) Paragraph (5) is amended as follows: > .,,,.' .^..^^-.-^v* 
(A) Designate the existing text as subparagraph (A). 

; (B) The newly designated subparagraph (A) is amended as foll#s: ' ', ';' ' '■' : ' ' r: ' 

(i) Strike the phrase "public schools and; public charter ..'gc'hools^^'d.A^sOTi.the^ 
phrase "pubhc schools, public charter schools, and participating private schools" in its 

.'■■■■. - place. . ■•.'' a* K-St \i<u y-x '• : " ;: .- :: 'i'^ V- : >;".;v-. /■ : ,i^:;;^:- /■ .W'; 

,(ii) Strike the phrase "5 cents per juhch nieai reimbursement" and the phras f e 

• "5 cents per day reimbursement" in its place. ^ / ' ; ' ' ' . , !^ ; ^ 

(iii) Strike the phrase "at least one component of a reimbursable lunch meal" ana^ 

insert the phrase "at least one component of a. reimbursable breakfast or lunch meal^ 

,♦' in its place.'"' ...... .;' lf '.^ in 

(C) A new subparagraph (B) is added to read as follows: .; ■■■yy*kwn 

"(B) For the purposes of this paragraph, the term "locally grown and unprocessed 
\, . foods" shall not include milk."; ':.■•;■-, v j nrfF 

'f(c> Section 201 (D.C. Official Code § 38^822.01) is amended as follows: ■■ Hwri 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public charter 
'schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and participating 
private schools" in its place. * .-■■.■; : - ' 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "Pubhc schools and public charter! 
schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and participating 
private schools" in its place. , . •-. 

,(d) .Section 202 (D.C. Official Code § 38-822.02) is amended as follows: ; ' ; '*' ; \ ' \ - '.'" h 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "breakfast lunch, arid ^a¥ter~sch6ol 
meals served to students in public schools and pubhc , charter schools or fry organizations 
participating in the Afterschool Meal Program" and inserting the phrase "breakfast, lunch, 
after-school snacks and suppers, and summer meals served to students' in public schools, 
public charter schools, and participating priyatei schgols Lor by prgam^atioris.gMticipping in 
the Afterschool Meal Program or the Summer Food Service Program" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: ;K foA 

(A) The lead-in language is amended by striking., the phrase "breakfast and ; lunch 
meals served to students in each public school arid pubhc charter school" and inserting 
the phrase "breakfast, lunch, after-school snacks and suppers, and summer meals served 
to students in. public schools, pubhc charter. schools, and participating private schools or 
by organizations participating in the Afterschool Meal. Program or the Summer Food 
Service Program" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (l)(C)(ii) is amended by striking the phrase "pubhc schools' and pubhc 
■'- charter scho6ls"*and inserting . the phrase "public' schools; pubhc charter schools, 1 ^aM 

, :; participating private schools" in its place. > ^ ^ 

(e) Section 203 (D.C. Official Code § 38-822.03) is Amended as follows: ..':;'::./ .'.)'■. -i-r/J) 

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(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public 
charter schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and 
participating private schools" in its place, 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: 

(i) Subparagraph (A) is amended as follows: 

(I) Strike the phrase "public elementary school and a public charter elementary 
school" and insert the phrase "public elementary school, public charter elementary 
school, and participating private elementary school" in its place. 

(II) Strike the word "and" at the end. 

(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended as follows: 

(I) Strike the phrase "public middle and high school and a public charter middle 
and high school" and insert the phrase "public middle and high school, public charter 
middle and high school, and participating private middle and high school" in its 
place. 

(II) Strike the phrase "each day to increase breakfast participation." and insert 
the phrase "in one or more locations with high student traffic, other than the 
cafeteria, each day to increase breakfast participation; and" in its place. 

(iii) A new subparagraph (C) is added to read as follows: 

"(C) The requirements of this paragraph shall not apply to a public school or a public 
charter school in which the school's current breakfast participation rate, without break- 
fast-in-the-classroom, exceeds 75% of its average daily attendance.". 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: 

(A) The lead-in language is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public 
charter schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and 
participating private schools" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase "; and" and inserting the phrase 
"and sufficient time during the. lunch period for every student to pass through the food 
service line; and" in its place. 

(3) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "Public schools and public charter schools" and insert the phrase 
"Public schools, public charter schools, and. participating private schools" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "public schools and public charter schools" and insert the phrase 
"public schools, public charter schools, and participating private schools" in its place. 

(f) Section 204 (D.C. Official Code § 38-822.04) is amended by adding a new subsection (d) 
to read as follows: 

"(d) On or before December 31 of each year until the project is completed, the District of 
Columbia Public Schools, in consultation with the Department of General Services, shall issue 
a report to the Mayor, the Council, and the Healthy Schools and Youth Commission 
documenting progress on the development of the central kitchen.". 

(g) Section 205 (D.C. Official Code § 3S-822.05) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "public schools and public charter 
schools" and inserting the phrase "public schools, public charter schools, and participating 
private schools" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public 
charter schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and 
participating private schools" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public 
charter schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and 
participating private schools" in its place. 

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(3) A new subsection (c) is added to read as follows: - ■/ ■:■>, " ./-; '.■< ■ ' ^ ^ ' 
" "(c) This section shall apply as of January 1, 2012.". ( ■ ff,? 

(n) Section 206 (D.C. Official Cod£ § 38-822.06) is amended as follows: , ; ^^ 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "public schools and public charter 
schools" and inserting the phrase "public schools, public charter schools, and participating 
private schools" in its place. « o) 

(2) Subsection (d) is amended by striking the phrase "public school and public charter 

■ school" and inserting the phrase "public school, public charter school, and participating 
private school" in its place. 

(3) Subsection (e) is amended by striking the phrase "Public schools and public charter 
schools" and inserting the phrase "Public schools, public charter schools, and -participating 
private schools" in its place. ,.;.:.. v, 

(i) Section 501 (D.C. Official Code § 38-825.01) is amended as follows:; h: &$>}. i^ 

(1) Subsection (a)(1) is amended as follows: [oA iK!; ' '■ 

(A) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 2010" and 
inserting the phrase "December 31, 2011" in its place. .',■'"" ,' I ' 

(B) Subparagraph (G) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end., : ; , 

(C) Subparagraph (H) is amended by striking the period ,and inserting the. phrase "; 
. and" in its place. :1 , . , , 

(D) A new subparagraph (I) is added to read as follows: , , .-';.;' ■■^■ j 
"(I) Develop an electronic recycling policy for public schools on or beforfe December 

31,2011.". .... i ■,,;, ; t .-: ;;■) 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 2010" and inserting 
the phrase "December 31^ 2011" in itsplace. ■-;.-, >^h 

(j) Section 502 (D.C. Official Code § 38-825.02) is amended as follows: ; ^i) ;- 

(1) Designate the existing text as subsection (a). "'" ; ' 

(2) New subsections (b) and (c) are added to read as fellows: , ; V ] ; 
"(b) The environmental literacy plan shall, at minimum, describe the following; , , ^ 

.., , "(1) Relevant teaching and learningistandards: adopted by the State Board of Education; 

"(2) Professional development opportunities for teachers; ^ ; ,;;.;> « ; iri iJ 

"(3) How to measure environmental literacy; > v':v i /; > .^i ; ; j (H) 

" ' "(4) Governmental and nongovernmental entities that can dsM^t schools; and wJ IJ( * 

" hf ' "(5) Implementation of the plan. - : ' ' -^ : ' *>^' ; i"*< - - - * • >« ( l ' ' " \^ hi} % 0) t 

"(c) The District Department of the Environment shall transmit the environmentaLJiteracy 

plan to the Mayor and the Council by June 30, 2012,'\ ; i] J ^-^ l ;T' ^V ■ / 'r n 

,(k) Section 503 (D.C. Official Code § 38-825.03) is amended, as, fellows;^ fJ/ . i j | ri0 qyj a 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: ■/ w f ^ j > nn ^yv^y^i £nteiomircnh 
(A) Paragraph (6) is amended by striking the word "and"at the endl) Wi vAtote (r-1 1 

; (B) 1 Paragraph (7) is amended by striking the period and insertirig th^ phrase' 'V^nd" 
.'in its place. J ; ' 1(;r -' : 

(C) A new paragraph (8) is added to read as follows: " , 

"(8) Assist public schools and public charter schools in receiving certification as U.S. 
Department of E ducation Green Ribbon Schools,". ' '■ * : j / 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "June 30, 2011" and insertirig the 
phrase "June 30, 2012" in its place. ( (; 

(I) Section 602 (D.C. Official Code § 38-826.02) is amended as follows: ^ : ; ; ; J r ;',.^ t) 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: ■■*<,.■ ,;v;i>$ ■■■)l^ ',■')**>• vp;q 

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(A) The lead-in language is amended by striking the phrase "January 15" and 
inserting the phrase "February 15" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (1)(D) is amended by striking the phrase "certified health teacher" and 
inserting the phrase "certified or highly qualified health teacher" in its place. 

(C) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: 

(i) Subparagraph (D) is amended by striking the word "and"' at end. 

(ii) Subparagraphs (F), (G), (H), (I), (J), (K), and (L) are added to read as follows: 

"(F) The number of students qualifying for free, reduced-price, and paid meals; 

"(G) For the most recent November, the average daily participation in -the national 
school breakfast and school lunch programs with breakdowns for the number of free, 
reduced-price, and paid students participating in school breakfast and lunch programs on 
an average daily basis; 

"(H) Whether your school participates in Afterschool Meal Snack and Supper Program 
and if so, the number of children served snacks and suppers on an average daily basis; 

"(I) For elementary schools, whether your school participates in the Fresh Fruit and 
Vegetable Snack Program; 

"(J) Whether your school participates in D.C. Free Summer Meals Program and if so, 
the number of breakfasts, lunches, suppers, and snacks served on an average daily basis 
the preceding summer; 

"(K) Whether your school has vending machines and if so, how many vending 
machines, the hours of operation of said vending machines, and what items are sold from 
the machines; and 

"(L) Whether your schools has a school store and if so, what food and beverages are 
sold and the hours of operation;"'. 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase ", by rule,". 

(m) Section 603(c) (D.C. Official Code § 38-826.03(c)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"December 31, 2010" and inserting the phrase "December 31, 2011" in its place. 

(n) A new section 604a is added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 604a. Tobacco-free school campuses. 

"(a) Tobacco and tobacco products are prohibited in public school and public charter school 
buildings, grounds, parking lots, parking garages, playing fields, school buses and other 
vehicles, and at off-campus, school-sponsored events. 

"(b) For a public charter school located in a mixed-use facility, the requirements of 
subsection (a) of this section shall apply only to the buildings, grounds, parking lots, garages, 
and fields under the control of the public charter school.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of August 15, 2011. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Healthy 
Schools Amendment Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on July 12, 2011 (Enrolled version of 
Bill 19-144), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code 
§ l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer than 
90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in section 
412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 788; 
D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT BOARD PROCUREMENT 
EXEMPTION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 ^ fii 

Act 10-144 '■ ' ■■■r-y^^r, 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010 to 
exempt procurements by the District of Columbia Retirement Board from its provisions. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. That this 
act may be cited as the "District of Columbia Retirement' Board Procurement Exemption 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2011". ''I V >' 

Sec. 2. The Procurement Practices Reform Act, effective April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law J&-371; 
D.C. Official Code § 2-351.01 et seq.\ is amended as follows: ' .V o 

(a) Section 105(c) (D.C. Official Code § 2-351.05(c)) is amended as follows: /.■ ? , = .., 

/ (1) Paragraph (11) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. .■ r y ■ ; v.; ; 
(2) Paragraph (12) is amended by striking the period at the .-end. and inserting the phrase 

"; and" in its place. ;, . . ':'■', v-r, 1 •■.>;■ u ■ ;■•:. ';7 

f i (3) A new paragraph (13) is added to read as follows^- ,, m,w ■*■;«< ^ -■.,-:': --.'17/ (I,)" 
"(13) The District of Columbia Retirement Boards ^^ -= -^w ; '^ 'k«\uw '•■<?* 

(b) Section 201(b)(7) (D.C. Official Code § 2-352.0 1(b)(7)) is repealed!'' ; : ^'^'^ ,/" 
Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. / / ,: l . "./'■'" ."' "''' ^'" r '. £LV ' . ; '• ; ^ ' / ", y^.., '.■ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3^ of the District of Columbia Home, Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813;' D.C. Official Code § i-206.02(cj(3)X "". '. , ;\, ... . 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ,■ ,-. ,'.„. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of yeto by the 
Mayor, action by Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer than 
90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District Of Columbia in section 
412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 788; 
D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). /<r ,,,;..» 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. ii7' 

INCOME TAX SECURED BOND AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 , 

Act 19-145 „ . ,., , J ^,, ,, : !.-m4;-:.T 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to authorize the issuance of additional revenue bonds of the District of Columbia payable 
from and secured by individual income tax and business franchise tax revenues for tiie 
purposes of financing capital projects of the District government and to provide certain 4 , 
clarifications applicable to these revenue bonds consistent with Current laws applicable to the 
general obligation bonds. ^ :is ; r^ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Income Tax Secured Bond Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 

follows: : • ■.■■•'- i :; i 

(a) Section 47-340.26(9) is amended as follows: < - 

(1) Strike the phrase "undertaking or refinancing" and insert the phrase "undertaking, 

or financing" in its place. 

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(2) Strike the phrase ", and the refunding of Outstanding Debt", 
(b) Section 47-340.28 is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) Bonds in one or more series may be issued in an aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed' $5,180,985,000 to fund costs of Capital Projects (including the issuance of both 
refunding bonds and bond anticipation notes from time to time in one or more series to 
refund Outstanding Debt or in anticipation of all or a portion of the bonds; provided, that the 
principal amount of any such refunded bonds or notes shall not be included in the total 
amount authorized by this section upon their repayment or defeasance from bond proceeds), 
such amount being subject to adjustment by Council act, plus an amount equal to all costs and 
expenses of issuing and delivering the bonds, including, but not limited to, underwriting, 
rating agency fees, legal fees, accounting fees, financial advisory fees, bond insurance and 
other credit enhancements, liquidity enhancements, printing costs and expenses, capitalized 
interest, establishment of debt service or other reserve funds related to the bonds, the 
payment of costs of contracts described in § 47-340.30(f), and the payments of other debt 
program related costs as provided in the related agreements.". 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended to read as follows: 

"(b) The bonds authorized pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall be tax-exempt or 
taxable as the Chief Financial Officer shall determine and shall be payable in the manner set 
forth in § 47-340.31.". 

(3) A new subsection (b-1) is added to read as follows: 

"(b-1) The Council shall specify and determine from time to time, by resolution, the capital 
projects for which the issuance of bonds shall be authorized.". ' 

(4) A new subsection (e) is added to read as follows: 

"(e) The costs of the capital projects approved for financing pursuant to this section and 
prior bond acts that have become law, which are paid originally from the General Fund of the 
District of Columbia Fund, any enterprise fund, or other fund or account of the District, are 
reasonably expected to be reimbursed in whole or in part with the proceeds of the bonds in 
the maximum amount set forth in subsection (a) of this section. The Council declares that it 
is the intent of the District, in accordance with Treas. Eeg. § 1.150-2, issued under the 
Internal Revenue Code of 1986, approved October 22, 1986 (100 Stat. 2085; 26 I.R.C. § 1 et 
seq.) y to reimburse the General Fund of the District of Columbia, any enterprise fund, or 
other fund or account of the District, with the proceeds of the bonds.". 

(c) Section 47-340.30(f) is amended by striking the phrase "subchapter III" and inserting 
the phrase "subchapter III-A" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)) 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. • 

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REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION ESTABLISHMENT 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 , ( ) 

Act 19-146 - ' ^^-U) 

AN ACT to amend, on ah emergency basis, section 47-825.01a of the District of Columbia Official 

i'\i : Code to provide the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission with jurisdiction oyer all pending) 

o appeals before the Board of Real Property Assessment and Appeals, and to. increase the nfimt^er; 

of part-time Commissioners to 8. ; (:fri; f i 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA* Tha{liis| 
act may be cited as the "Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Emergency' 

Act of 2011". ;/;;.!' ; 

-Sec. 2. Section 47-825.01a(a)(l) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 1 
follows: v ' ■ i ' ' ■ '' ■ '- ■'•■ 

(a) Subparagraph (A) is amended by adding the following sentence at the 

"The Commission shall have jurisdiction over any appeal timely filed with the Board, of Real': 
Property Assessments and Appeals in accordance with § 47-825.0i(f-l)?\ 

(b) Subparagraph (B)(iv) is amended by striking the word' '> "Six" arid iriserting ^the : word 
"Eight" in its place. .',■■, 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ; - . . , ; > r, 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal' 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ; 

Sec. 4. Effective date. .■■,'.. - : : , y ^. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto, by the- 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ' f " rV . ; .; ;\ ^ 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. - ' . -,' v,,;.^ w . iV - r ,- ; ' . / • p/ <,V- T; v" : r-„ v-.i-^d 



SAVING D.C. HOMES FROM FORECLOSURE EMERGENCY »ma\ 

v:;-.i.-..r-:^-..'-v, ■. ; . AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 >>■■>:■ ■-. - >/t oi^ 

, i .: : :j , ; , : ,. ,_ ; -, : .. Act 19-147 ■•■ . . ■.,,.; ^ 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, An Act To establish a code of law for the District of 
Columbia to provide that a borrower shall have the same rights for a defective notice of default 
on residential mortgage as the law provides for a defective notice of intention to foreclose on a 
residential mortgage, that a foreclosure sale shall be void if a lender files a notice of intention 
to foreclose on a residential mortgage without a mediation certificate, and to amend the, 

r definition for the term "residential mortgage". 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Saving D.C. Homes from Foreclosure Emergency Amendment Act of 

2011".- •..:■■ ;.- ; ■ " ■ . ' > '■ - ■ .?? 

, Sec. 2. An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March 3/ 
1901 (31 Stat. 1189; scattered sections of the District of Columbia Official Code), is amended 
as follows: ■ . ., . '■ ;■ ; . ; , - 

(a) Section 539a(a) (D.C. Official Code § 42^815.01(a)) is amended by striking the phrase ", 
at least one of which is the principal place of abode of the debtor or his immediate ^family". 

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(b) Section 539b (D.C. Official Code § 42-815.02) is amended as follows: 

(1) Designate the 2nd subsection (e) as subsection (f). 

(2) Designate subsection (f) as subsection (g). 

(3) Designate subsection (g) as subsection (h). 

(4) Designate subsection (h) as subsection (i). 

(5) Designate subsection (i) as subsection (j). 

(6) The newly designated subsection (h) is repealed. 

(7) New subsections (h-1), (h-2), (h-3), and (h-4) are added to read as follows: 

"(h-1) A foreclosure sale of a property secured by a residential mortgage shall be void if a 
lender files a notice of intention to foreclose on a residential mortgage without a mediation 
certificate. 

"(h-2) A borrower shall have the same rights to assert claims for a defective notice of 
default on residential mortgage as the law provides for a defective notice of intention to 
foreclose on a residential mortgage. 

"(h-3) Except as provided for in subsections (h-1) and (h-2) of this section, a mediation 
certificate shall serve as conclusive evidence that all other provisions of the act and 
implementing regulations have been complied with and can be relied upon by a bona fide 
purchaser and a bona fide purchaser's lender or assigns. 

"(h-4) Nothing in this act shall be construed to limit a borrower's right to assert a claim for 
fraud or monetary damages against the borrower's lender.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90- days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. 



BREWERY MANUFACTURER'S TASTING PERMIT CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-148 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, section 25-118 of the 
District of Columbia Official Code to permit a licensee under a manufacturer's license, class B, 
to conduct tastings of alcoholic beverages at the licensed premises. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Brewery Manufacturer's Tasting Permit Congressional Review 
Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 25-118 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "retailer's license, class A and B, or an 
applicant" and inserting the phrase "manufacturer's license, class B; retailer's license, class A 
and B; or an applicant" in its place. 

(b) A new subsection (e) is added to read as follows: 

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"(e) The holder of a manufacturer's license," class B, may utilize a portion of the licenced 
premises for the sampling of alcoholic beverages between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 9;0Qjp.m., 
Thursday through Saturday.". ,/,,,. \c o. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. / 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as tte fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Hbme Rule Adt/appf oved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^206.02(c)(3))^ ! ^ F ''^t^U («) 

Sec. 4. Effective date. -wwr [ -M^h^^?- r^.^r^^h^iiii^iT (8) ■ . 

This act shall take effect following-^ b^ the 

Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain ; in: eff^ct-formo donger 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency 1 acts of the Council of the District of C^ium^in^ 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24,, 19^31(87., 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). ,- , ,, \ '■', ^ 

-APPROVED: August 9, 2011. :: )- : u -)h 



h CLOSING OF A PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 451, 

S.O.11-03672, EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-149 . fi 

AN ACT to order, on an emergency basis, the closing of a portion of the 10-foot-wide, east-West 
public alley in Square 451, bounded by 6th Street, N.W., K Street, N.W., 7th Street, N/W., and 
New York Avenue, in Ward 2. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of a Public Alley in Square 451, S.O.11-03672, Emergency 
Actof20ir\ ..' \ 

' Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.01), the;; 
Council finds that the portion of the public alley system in Square 451, in Ward 2, as shown 1 
on the Surveyor's plat filed under S.0. 11-03672, is unnecessary for alley purposes and ^orders 
it closed, with title to the land to vest as shown on the Surveyor's plat. The approval of the 
Council of this closing is contingent upon the satisfaction of all conditions set forth in the 
official file S.O.11-03672. 

Sec/3^ Transmittal; ■ ' ■ - : — ^Mi/ £?$mti\lTJJ ViTtfJ-K. '■■'^ii.WWIJI 

.The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of 'this M^upoirits effective date, to the 
Office of the Surveyor and tp the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

.'The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee' report for the Closing of a 
Public Alley in Square 451, S.0. 11-03672, Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on July 12, 2011 
(Enrolled version of Bill 19-180), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) 
of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. 
Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). - L ^ a 

Sec. 5. Effective date. - , • ,.-,;■■,;.■ • :■',■> .•■^.f.;fM 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto, by; the 
Mayor, action by the Council- to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home; Rule Act/approved December 24, ,1973 (87, 
Stat, 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). , ; - ; , : -...,m ■:■■, :■..:; 

APPROVED: August 9, 2011. '<■> < ■>•■ > v ,h ;'(,-; 

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OMNIBUS SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT HUMAN CARE 
AGREEMENTS APPROVAL AND PAYMENT AUTHORI- 
ZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-150 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Purchase Order Nos. 343865, 343865-V2 and proposed 
Purchase Order No. 343865-V3 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0033 to provide non-hospital 
residential substance-abuse-treatment services to the District; Purchase Order No. 343873 and 
proposed Purchase Order No. 343873-V2 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0014 to provide 
non-hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services to the District; Purchase Order 
Nos. 343875 and 343875-V2 and proposed Purchase Order No. 343875-V3 under Contract No. 
APHC-2008-H-0006 to provide non-hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services to 
the District; Purchase Order No. 344190 and proposed Purchase Order No. 344190- V2 under 
Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0007 to provide non-hospital residential substance-abuse-treat- 
ment services to the District; Purchase Order No. 343874 and proposed Purchase Order No. 
343874- V2 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0002 to provide outpatient substance-abuse- 
treatment services to the District; Purchase Order No. 343851 under Contract No. 
APHC-2008-H-0011 to provide non-hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services to 
the District; Purchase Order Nos. 343872 and 343872-V2 under Contract No. 
APHC-2008-H-0001 to provide basic outpatient narcotic/opfoid-treatment services to the Dis- 
trict; Purchase Order Nos. 343876 and 343876-V4 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0030 to 
provide Level III non-hospital detoxification substance-abuse-treatment services to the District; 
and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received under the contracts. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Omnibus Substance Abuse Treatment Human Care Agreements 
Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 451 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 803; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.51), and notwithstanding the 
requirements of section 202 of the Procurement Practices Reform Act of 2010, effective April 
8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-371; D.C. Official Code § 2-352.02), the Council approves the following 
contracts, including the stated purchases orders under those contracts, and authorizes 
payment as stated below: 

(1) Purchase Order No. 343865, 343865-V2 and proposed Purchase Order No. 343865-V3 
under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0033 with Gospel Rescue Ministries to provide non- 
hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services and payment in the amount of $1,160 
million for services received under this contract from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 
2011; 

(2) Purchase Order No. 343873 and proposed Purchase Order No. 343873-V2 under 
Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0014 with Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian Community Action 
Group to provide non-hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services and payment in 
the amount of $1,370,999 for services received under this contract from October 1, 2010, 
through September 30, 2011; 

(3) Purchase Order Nos. 343875, 343875-V2 and proposed Purchase Order No. 343875-V3 
under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0006 with Regional Addiction Prevention to provide non- 
hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services and payment in the amount of 
$1,499,999 for services received under this contract from October 1, 2010, through September 
30,2011; 

(4) Purchase Order No. 344190 and proposed Purchase Order No. 344190-V2 under 
Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0007 with Regional Addiction Prevention to provide non- 
hospital residential substance-abuse-treatment services and payment in' the amount of 
$1,504,305.26 for services received under this contract from October 1, 2010, through 
September 30, 2011; 

(5) Purchase Order No. 343874 and proposed Purchase Order No. 343874-V2 under 
Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0002 with Good Hope Institute to provide outpatient substance- 
abuse-treatment services and payment in the amount of $1,400,998 for services received under 
this contract from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011; 

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(6) Purchase Order No. 343851 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0011 with Salvation 
Army Harbor Light Center to provide Level III non-hospital residential substance-abuse- 
treatment services and payment in the amount of $1.2 million for services received under this 
contract from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011; 

(7) Purchase Order Nos. 343872 and 343872-V2 under Contract No. APHC-2008-H-0001 
with United Planning Organization to provide Level I basic outpatient narcotic/opioid- 
treatment services and payment in the amount of $1,810,506.04 for services received^ under 
this contract from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011; and • , ■■■,■■., 

(8) Purchase Order Nos. 343876 arid 343876-V4 under Contract No. APHC-2008^H-0030 
with Psychiatric Institute of Washington to provide Level III non-hospital detoxification 
substance-abuse-treatment services and payment in the amount of $2,030,739 for services 
received under this contract from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. -^ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule ^ct, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ^/^-X^i 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ^ ; ^-f^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto . by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no 'longer 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in 
section. 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December, 24,< - 197Si (87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: August 9, 201L V, ; ' ^'A/^' 'lU !!l\ ^ <; . "' ^ : , , ' 



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BUDGET REQUEST ACT 



FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET REQUEST ACT OF 2011 

Act 19-92 

AN ACT to approve the request of the District of Columbia government for appropriation and 
authorization for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia approves the following expenditure levels 
and appropriation language for the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 2012. 

DIVISION A 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATION REQUEST 

TITLE I— FEDERAL FUNDS 

THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT SYSTEM 

Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Courts 

For salaries and expenses for the District of Columbia Courts, $229,068,000, to be allocated 
as follows: for the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, $12,830,000, of which not to exceed 
$1,500 is for official reception and representation expenses; for the District of Columbia 
Superior Court, $111,613,000, of which not to exceed $1,500 is for official reception and 
representation expenses; for the District of Columbia Court System, $66,520,000, of which not 
to exceed $1,500 is for official reception and representation expenses; and $38,105,000, to 
remain available until September 30, 2013, for capital improvements for District of Columbia 
courthouse facilities; provided, that funds made available for capital improvements shall be 
expended consistent with the District of Columbia Courts master plan study and building 
evaluation report; provided further, that notwithstanding any' other provision of law, all 
amounts under this heading shall be apportioned quarterly by the Office of Management and 
Budget and obligated and expended in the same manner as funds appropriated for salaries 
and expenses of other Federal agencies, with payroll and financial services to be provided on 
a contractual basis with the General Services Administration ("GSA"), and such services shall 
include the preparation of monthly financial reports, copies of which shall be submitted 
directly by GSA to the President and to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate, the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform of the 
House of Representatives, and the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental 
Affairs of the Senate; provided further, that 30 days after providing written notice to the 
President and to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the 
Senate, the District of Columbia Courts may reallocate not more than $3,000,000 of the funds 
provided under this heading among the items and entities funded under this heading for 
operations, and not more than 4 % of the funds provided under this heading for facilities. 

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Defender Services in District of Columbia Courts 

For payments authorized under section 11-2604 and section 11-2605, D.C. Official Code 
(relating to representation provided under the District of Columbia Criminal Justice Act), 
payments for counsel appointed in proceedings in the Family Court of the Superior Court of 
the District of Columbia under Chapter 23 of Title 16, D.C. Official Code, or pursuant to 
contractual agreements to provide guardian ad litem representation, training, technical 
assistance, and such other services as are necessary to improve the quality of guardian ad 
litem representation, payments for counsel appointed in adoption proceedings r under Chapter 
3 of Title 16, D.C. Official Code, and payments for counsel authorized uMer section 21-2060, 
D.C. Official Code (relating to representation services provided under the District of 
Columbia Guardianship, Protective Proceedings, and Durable Power of Attorney Act of 1986), 
$55,000,000, to remain available until expended; provided, that funds provided under this 
heading shall be administered by the Joint Committee on Judicial Administration in the 
District of Columbia; provided further, that, notwithstanding any other provision of law,- this 
appropriation shall be apportioned quarterly by the Office of Management and Budget and 
obligated and expended in the same manner as funds appropriated for expenses of other 
Federal agencies, with payroll and financial services to be provided on a contractual basis 
with the GSA, and such services shall include the preparation of monthly financial reports," 
copies of which shall be submitted directly by GSA to the President and to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the Senate, the Committee on Oversight 
arid Government Reform of the House of Representatives, and the Committee on Homeland \ 
Security and Governmental Affairs of the Senate; provided further, that not more than 
$10,000,000 of the funds provided in this account may be transferred to, and merged with, 
funds made available under the heading "Federal Payment to the District of Columbia 
Courts" for District of Columbia courthouse facilities. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GENERAL AND SPECIAL PAYMENTS 

Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support 

For a Federal payment to the^ District of .Columbia; to be deposited into a dedicated 
account, for a nationwide program to be administered by the Mayor, for District of Columbia, 
resident tuition support, $35,100,000, to remain available until expended; provided, that such 
funds, including any interest accrued thereon, may be used on behalf of eligible District of 
Columbia residents to pay an amount based upon the difference between in-State and out^of- 
State tuition at public institutions of higher education^©? ;i to pay up to $2,500 each yeM at; 
eligible private institutions of higher education; prqvidedi further, that the awarding. of tsucjij 
funds may be prioritized on the basis of a resident's academic, merit, the income and needifv 
eligible students, and such other factors as may be authorized; provided further, ; tjm|.$he f 
District of Columbia government shall maintain a dedicated account for the Resident ^tio% 
Support Program that shall consist of the Federal funds appropriated to the program in thiSj 
Act and any subsequent appropriations, any unobligated balances from prior fiscal years, and^ 
any interest earned in this or any fiscal year; provided further, that the account shall fte^ 
under the control of the District of Columbia Chief Financial Officer, who shall use those \ 
feinds solely for the purposes of carrying out the Resident Tuition Support Program;' 
provided further, that the Office of the Chief Financial Officer shall provide a quarterly' 
financial report to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the 
Senate for these funds showing, by object class, the expenditures made and their purpose; ' 

> t Federal Payment for School Improvement 

.For a Federal payment for a school improvement program in the District of Columbia, 
$67,000,000, to be allocated as follows: for the District of Columbia Public SchoblM, 
$44,500,000 to improve public school education in the District of Columbia; for the Office or 
the State Superintendent of Education, $20,000,000 to expand quality public charter schools in 
the District of Columbia, to remain available until expended; and for the University pi the 
District of Columbia, $2,500,000 to support the Community College of the District of 
Columbia. '■'.■■■■■ ; . Aii; ^ ; 

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Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority 

For a Federal payment to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, 
$25,000,000, to remain available until expended, to continue implementation of the Combined 
Sewer Overflow long-term plan; provided, that the District of Columbia Water and Sewer 
Authority provides a 100 % match for this payment. 

Federal Payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council 

For a Federal payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, $1,800,000, to remain 
available until expended, to support initiatives related to the coordination of Federal and local 
criminal justice resources in the District of Columbia. 

Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions 

For a Federal payment to remain available until September 30, 2013, to the Commission on 
Judicial Disabilities and Tenure, $295,000, and for the Judicial Nomination Commission, 
$205,000. 

Federal Payment for the District of Columbia National Guard 

For a Federal payment to the District of Columbia National Guard, $2,000,000, to remain 
available until expended. 

Federal Payment for Redevelopment of the St. Elizabeths Hospital Campus 

For a Federal payment to the District of Columbia, $18,000,000, for planning activities to 
support redevelopment efforts at the site of the former St. Elizabeths Hospital in the District 
of Columbia. 

Federal Payment for HIV/AIDS Prevention 

For a Federal payment to the District of Columbia, $5,000,000, to support initiatives 
designed to reduce the incidence of human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodefi- 
ciency syndrome in the District of Columbia. 

Federal Payment for D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Grants 

For a Federal payment to the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humani- 
ties, $5,000,000, to fund competitively awarded grants for nonprofit fine and performing arts 
organizations based in and primarily serving the District of Columbia. 

Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and 
Security Costs in the District of Columbia 

For a Federal payment of necessary expenses, as determined by the Mayor of the District 
of Columbia in written consultation with the elected county or city officials of surrounding 
jurisdictions, $14,900,000, to remain available until expended and in addition any funds that 
remain available from prior year appropriations under this heading for the District of 
Columbia Government, for the costs of providing public safety at events related to the 
presence of the national capital in the District of Columbia, including support requested by 
the Director of the United States Secret Service Division in carrying out protective duties 
under the direction of the Secretary of Homeland Security, and for the costs of providing 
support to respond to immediate and specific terrorist threats or attacks in the District of 
Columbia or surrounding jurisdictions. 

TITLE II— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS— SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 

The following amounts are appropriated for the District of Columbia for the current fiscal 
year out of the General Fund of the District of Columbia ("General Fund"), except as 
otherwise specifically provided; provided, that, notwithstanding any other provision of law, 
except as provided in section 450A of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

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November 2, 2000 (114 Stat. 2440; D.C. Official Code § l-204.50a), and provisions of this Act, 
the total amount appropriated in this Act for„ operating expenses for the District of Columbia 
for fiscal year 2012 under this heading shall not exceed the lesser of the sum of the total 
revenues of the District of Columbia for such fiscal year or $10,848,921,000 (of which 
$6,126,435,000 shall be from local funds (including $524,954,000 from dedicated taxes), 
$1,015,449,000 shall be from Federal grant funds, $1,499,115,000 from Medicaid payments, 
$2,032,945,000 shall be from other funds, and $25,677,000 shall be from private funds, and 
$149,300,000 shall be from funds previously appropriated in this Act as Federal payments, 
which does not include funds appropriated under the American Recovery and Reinvestment 
Act of 2009, approved February 17, 2009 (123 Stat. 115; 26 U.S.C. § 1, note); provided 
further, that of the local funds, such amounts as may be necessary may be derived from the 
District's General Fund balance; provided further, that of these funds the District's intra- 
District authority shall be $619,632,000; in addition, for capital construction projects, an 
increase of $4,024,828,000, of which $2,934,012,000 shall be from local funds, $223,858,000 from 
the District of Columbia Highway Trust Fund, $50,466,000 from the Local Transportation 
Fund, and $816,492,000 from Federal grant funds, and a rescission of $2,835,689,000 of "which 
$1,796,345,000 shall be from local funds, $749,426,000 from Federal grant funds, $252,694;o66 
from the District of Columbia Highway Trust Fund, and $37 ; 224,0G0 from the Local 
Transportation Fund appropriated under this heading in prior fiscal years, for a net amount 
of $1,189,139,000, to remain available until expended; provided further, that the amounts 
provided under this heading are to be available, allocated, and expended as proposed under 
Title III of this Act, at the rate set forth under "District of Columbia Funds Division of 
Expenses" as included in the Fiscal Year 2012 Proposed Budget and Financial Plan submitted 
to the Congress by the District of Columbia; provided further, that this amount may be 
increased by proceeds of one-time transactions, which are expended for emergency or 
unanticipated operating or capital needs; provided further, that such increases shall be 
approved by enactment of local District law and shall comply with all reserve requirements 
contained in the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 
777; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.01 et seq\ as amended by this Act; provided further, that 
the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia shall take such steps as are necessary 
to assure that the District of Columbia meets these requirements, including the apportioning 
by the Chief Financial Officer of the appropriations and funds made available to the District; 
during fiscal year 2012; except, that the Chief Financial Officer may not reprogram for 
operating expenses any funds derived from .bonds, notes, or other obligations issued for 
capital projects. 

TITLE III— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS— DIVISION 
OF EXPENSES OPERATING EXPENSES 

Governmental Direction and Support 

Governmental direction and support, $557,052,000 (including $483,259,00Q from local funds, 
$29,654,000 from Federal grant funds, $43,995,000 \irbm other funds, and $144,000 from 
private funds); provided, that there are appropriated jsuch amounts as may be necessary .to 
'account for vendor fees that are paid as a fixed percentage of revenue recovered from thM 
parties on behalf of the District under contracts that prbVicle for payments of fees based upon 
such revenue as may be collected by the vendor; provided .rurther, that any program fees 
collected from the issuance of debt shall be available for the payment of expenses of the debt 
management program of the District of Columbia, to be allocated^as follows: 

. (1) Council of the District of Columbia. - $19,026,000 from local funds; provided, that 
not to exceed $10,600 shall be available for the Chairman of the Council of the District of 
Columbia from this appropriation for official reception and ' representation expenses; 

(2) Office of the District of Columbia Auditor. - $3,686,000 from local funds; 
. (3) Advisory Neighborhood Commission. - $889,000 from local funds; 

(4) Office of the Mayor. - $12,352,000 (including $8,259,000 from local funds and 

$4,093,000 from Federal grant funds); provided, that not to exceed $10,600 shall be 

. available for the Mayor from this appropriation for official reception and representation 

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(5) Office of the Secretary. -$2,905,000 (including $2,206,000 from local funds and 
$699,000 from other funds); provided, that, beginning in fiscal year 2010, such amounts on 
deposit and any such future deposits into the Emancipation Day Fund, established by 
section 4 of the District of Columbia Emancipation Parade and Fund Act of 2004, effective 
March 17, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-240; D.C. Official Code § 1-183), shall be available upon 
deposit and shall remain available until expended, consistent with the purposes set forth in 
that section; 

(6) City Administrator. -$3,283,000 from local funds; provided, that not to exceed 
$10,600 shall be available for the City Administrator from this appropriation for official 
reception and representation expenses; 

(7) Office of Risk Management. - $2,728,000 from local funds; 

(8) Department of Human Resources. - $7,547,000 (including $7,270,000 from local funds 
and $277,000 from other funds); 

(9) Office of Disability Rights. -$1,616,000 (including $952,000 from local funds and 
$664,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(10) Medical Liability Captive Insurance Agency. -$3,182,000 (including $2,584,000 from 
local funds and $598,000 from other funds), and all unexpended fiscal year 2011 local and 
other funds as of September 30, 2011, to remain available until expended; 

(11) Office of Finance and Resource Management. -$19,270,000 (including $19,044,000 
from local funds and $226,000 from other funds); 

(12) Office of Contracting and Procurement. -$8,698,000 from local funds; 

(13) Office of Chief Technology Officer. -$42,907,000 (including $31,079,000 from local 
funds, $2,788,000 from Federal grant funds;, and $9,040,000 from other funds); 

(14) Department of General Services— $206,277,000 (including $199,771,000 from local 
funds and $6,506,000 from other funds); provided, that amounts on deposit in, and any such 
future deposits to, the Commodities Cost Reserve Fund established under D.C. Official 
Code § 47-368.04 shall be available upon deposit and shall remain available until expended 
consistent with the purposes established under D.C. Official Code § 47-368.04(b). 

(15) Contract Appeals Board. - $796,000 from local funds; 

(16) Board of Elections and Ethics. - $4,418,000 .(including $4,268,000 from local funds, 
and $150,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(17) Office of Campaign Finance. - $1,407,000 (including $1,313,000 from local funds and 
$94,000 from other funds); 

(18) Public Employee Relations Board. -$951,000 from local funds; 

(19) Office of Employee Appeals. -$1,360,000 from local funds; 

(20) Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. -$396,000 from local funds; 

(21) Office of the Attorney General. -$78,042,000 (including $56,661,000 from local 
funds, $19,613,000 from Federal grant funds, $144,000 from private grant funds, and 
$1,624,000 from other funds); 

(22) . District of Columbia Open Government Office. - $350,000 from local funds; 

(23) Office of the Inspector General. - $15,393,000 (including $13,048,000 from local 
funds and $2,346,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(24) Office of the Chief Financial Officer. - $119,574,000 (including $94,642,000 from 
local funds, and $24,932,000 from other funds); provided, that not to exceed $10,600 shall be 
available for the Chief Financial Officer of the District from this appropriation for official 
reception and ' representation expenses; provided further, that amounts appropriated by 
this Act may be increased by the amount required to pay banking fees for maintaining the 
funds of the District of Columbia. 

Economic Development and Regulation 

Economic development and regulation, $416,901,000 (including $126,699,000 from local 
funds (including $32,762,000 from dedicated taxes), $139,050,000 from Federal grant funds, 
$128,073,000 from other funds, $80,000 from private funds, $18,000,000 from funds previously 

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appropriated from this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Redevelopment of the 
St. Elizabeths Hospital Campus", and $5,000,000 from funds previously appropriated from 
this Act, under the heading "Federal Payment for D.C. Commission on the Arts and 
Humanities Grants"), to be allocated as follows: ' ■'..??■; 

(1) Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. - $16,219,000 (incltidfing 
$8,239,000 from local funds, $4,979,000 from other funds, and $3,000,000 from Federal grant 
funds); provided, that up to $11,100,000 of funds available under this heading received' from 
Louis Dreyfus Property Group, LLC, or one of its affiliates or assigns appfWedjfey the 
Mayor, for the purchase of the real property and airspace constituting the^Center^Ieg 
Freeway PILOT Area to be paid to The Washington Development Group,* ^neyw*its 
assigns, to settle the lawsuit regarding the Center Leg Freeway PILOT Area; v : o (V i 

(2) Office of Planning. - $24,411,000 (including $5^931,000 from -local funds; ] $^50,000 
from Federal grant funds, $30,000 from other funds, and $18^000,000 from funds previously 

'; appropriated from this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Redevelopment; ;C/f the 
St. Elizabeths Hospital Campus"); provided, that the local funds provided to the Office of 
Planning in previous fiscal years for Neighborhood Historic Preservation, including the 
Targeted Homeowner Grant funds authorized by section llb(k) of the Historic Landmark 
and Historic District Protection Act of 1978, effective March 2, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-189; 
D.C. Official Code § 6-1110.02(k)), shall remain available until expended; provided further, 
that any funds deposited into the Historic Landmark-District Protection Fund, established 
by section 11a of the Historic Landmark and Historic District Protection Act of 1978, 
effective November 16, 2006 (D.C. Law 16-185; D.C. Official Code § 6-1110.01), and any 
interest earned on those funds, shall not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the 
General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, 
but shall be, continually available until expended; 

(3) Department of Small and Local Business Development. - $3,413,000, (including 
$3,052,000 from local funds, and $361,000 from Federal grant funds); provided, that any 
funds deposited into the Small Business Micro Loan Fund, established by section 2375 of 
the Small, Local, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Development and Assistance Act 
of 2005, effective September 18, 2007 (D.C. Law 17-20; D.C. Official Code § 2-218.75), and 
any interest earned on those funds, shall not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the 
General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of a fiscal year, or at any other time, 
but shall be continually available until expended; ■ •'" " ' —' 

1 (4) Office of Motion Pictures and Television Development. - $726,000 (including $671,000 
from local funds and $55,000 from other funds); provided, that any funds deposited intd the 
Film DC Economic Incentive Fund, -established by section 2 of the Film DC Economic 
Incentive Act of 2006, effective March 14, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-290; D;C. Official], Code 
§ 39-501), and any interest earned on. those funds, shall not revert to, the u^ 
; balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of a fiscal yeir^pr at 
any other time, but shall be continually available until expended; ; : l!; ; 7 7 ' -' fi 7* . 

(5) Office of Zoning. -$2,544,000 from local funds; : ; . ^ r t Tj j^, ii!( -nl i^uMitfUfji 

(6) Department of Housing and Commifflityr DeVelopme^ 

r $12,077,000 from local funds, $79,934,000 from Federal grant funds,, yand $7,798,0^ jfrom 
■ other funds); 77. : . ' : ^\:'{'^ f .^'c -■ (w/Jbtiift 

...■ (7) Department of Employment Services. - $124,766,000;, (including f $40,654,Q0<3;) from 
local funds, $54,052,000 from Federal grant funds, $29,98I,fi00 from other funds^and 

: $80,000 from private funds); provided, that of the local funds-appropriated, up to l%.may 

■ be deposited into the Integrated Services Fund for At-Risk Children, Youth; and Families, 
established by section 5203 of the Integrated Funding and Services for AMftsk Children, 
Youth, and Families Act of 2006, effective March 2, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-192; D.C. Official 
Code § 4^-1345.02), and used for the purposes set forth in section 5204 (D.C. Official Code 
§ 4-1345.03) of that act; provided further, that $1,024,437 shall be transferred to the Office 

j . of Administrative Hearings for hearing appeals related to unemployment insurance bene- 
fits. . ■ '...-, 

7 (8) Real Property Tax Appeals Commission. -$1,631,000 from local funds; ..,:-.< f >v'-M\ 

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(9) Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. - $25,202,000 (including $9,212,000 
from local funds and $15,990,000 from other funds); 

(10) Office of the Tenant Advocate. - $1,924,000 from local funds; 

(11) Commission on Arts and Humanities. - $9,600,000 (including $3,722,000 from local 
funds, $779,000 from Federal grant funds, $100,000 from other funds, and $5,000,000 from 
funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for D.C. 
Commission on the Arts and Humanities Grants," to fund competitively awarded grants for 
nonprofit fine and performing arts organizations based in and primarily serving the District 
of Columbia); 

(12) Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration. - $5,964,000 (including $739,000 
from local funds (including $460,000 from dedicated taxes) and $5,225,000 from other 
funds); 

(13) Public Service Commission. - $10,376,000 (including $475,000 from Federal grant 
funds and $9,901,000 from other funds); 

(14) Office of the People's Counsel. - $5,447,000 from other funds; 

(15) Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking. - $17,042,000 from other funds; 

(16) Office of Cable Television and Telecommunications. -$8,525,000 from other funds; 

(17) Housing Authority Subsidy Payment - $4,000,000 from local funds; 

(18) Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy Payment. - $32,302,000 from local funds 
(including $32,302,000 from dedicated taxes); and 

(19) Business Improvement District Transfer. - $23,000,000 from other funds. 

Public Safety and Justice 

Public safety and justice, $1,123,698,000 (including $914,822,000 from local funds, 
$156,117,000 from Federal grant funds, $47,180,000 from other funds, $1,280,000 from private 
funds, $2,000,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal 
■ Payment for the D.C. National Guard", $1,800,000 from funds previously appropriated in this 
Act under the heading "Federal Payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council", and 
$500,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment 
for Judicial Commissions"); to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Metropolitan Police Department. -$446,280,000 (including $431,145,000 from local 
funds, $5,683,000 from Federal grant funds, and $9,452,000 from other funds); 

(2) Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department.. - $195,422,000 (including 
$193,902,000 from local funds and $1,520,000 from other funds); 

(3) Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System. - $116,700,000 from local funds; 

(4) Department of Corrections. -$135,043,000 (including $114,387,000 from local funds, 
$20,297,000 from other funds, and $359,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(5) District of Columbia National Guard. . $8,264*000 (including $2,270,000 from local 
funds, $3,994,000 from Federal grant funds, and $2,000,000 from funds previously appropri- 

■ ated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for the District of Columbia National 
Guard"); provided, that the Mayor shall reimburse the District of Columbia National 
Guard for expenses incurred in connection with services that are performed in emergencies 
by the National Guard in a militia status and are requested by the Mayor, in amounts that 
shall be jointly determined and certified as due and payable for these services by the 
Mayor and the Commanding General of the District of Columbia National Guard; provided 
further, that such sums as may be necessary for reimbursement to the District of Columbia 
National Guard under the preceding proviso shall be available pursuant to this Act, and the 
availability of the sums shall be deemed as constituting payment in advance for emergency 
services involved; 

(6) Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. - $137,448,000 (including 
$1,829,000 from local funds and $135,619,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(7) Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure. - $295,000 from funds previously 
appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions"; 

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(8) Judicial Nomination Commission. - $205,000 from funds previously appropriated in 
this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions"; ..■'■■ >' * y > w(* 

(9) Office of Police Complaints. - $2,051,000 from local funds; ' ( " ' 

(10) District of Columbia Sentencing and Criminal Code Review Commission. - $888,000 
from local funds; ■/} 

(11) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.' -$7,569,000 from local funds; :r ; 
/ (12) Office of Administrative Hearings. -$7,637,000 from local funds; 

(13) Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. - $1,995,000 (including $195,000 from local 
funds, and $1,800,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading 
"Federal Payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council"); , i 

(14) Forensic Laboratory Technician Training Program. -$1,551,000 from locabfunds; 

(15) Office of Unified Communications. -$39,844,000 (including $26,536,000 from local 
funds, $12,028,000 from other funds, and $1,280,000 from private funds); and : : ^n 

(16). Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice T ^22,506,000 (including $8,161,000 from 
local funds, $10,462,000 from Federal grant funds, and $3,883,000 from otfier funds); 
provided, that not less than $221,000 of this appropriation shall be , available to fund the 
District of Columbia Poverty Lawyer Loan Assistance Program, established by section 401 
of the Access to Justice Initiative Establishment Act of 2010* passed on 2nd reading on 
... June 14, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-203); and provided further, that $3,028,829 shall 
":■ be made available to award a grant to the District of Columbia Bar Foundation. for, the 
purpose of providing support to nonprofit organizations that deliver civil legal services to 
low-income and under-served District residents. ' ' - 

Public Education System 

Public education system, including the development of national defense education 'pro- 
grams, $1,890,660,000 (including $1,533,713,000 from local funds (including $4,266,000 from 
dedicated taxes), $212,592,000 from Federal grant funds, $23,488,000 from other Mas, 
$21,267,000 from private funds, $35,100,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act 
under the heading "Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support", and $64,500,000 frdm 
funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Schobl 
Improvement in the District of Columbia"); to be allocated as follows: " i0i 

(1) District of Columbia Public Schools. —$698,309,000 (including $611,817,000 from 
local funds, $9,045,000 from Federal grant funds, $11,680,000 from other funds, $21,267,000 
from private funds, and $44,500,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under 
the heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement"); provided, that this appropriation 
shall not be available to subsidize the education of any nonresident of the District of 
Columbia at any District of Columbia public elementary or secondary school during fiscal 

: year 2011 unless the nonresident pays tuition to the District of Columbia' at a rate that 
covers 100% of the costs incurred by the District of Columbia that are attributable' to the 

' education of the nonresident (as established by the Chancellor of the district of Columbia 
Public Schools); provided further, that not to exceed $10,600 for the Chancellor Phalli be 
available from this appropriation for official reception 1 and representation expenses;' £r6vid : 

■- ed further, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading-or any 
other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the District of Columbia Public 
Schools on July 1, 2011, an amount equal to 10% of the total amount of the local funds 
appropriations request provided for the District of Columbia Public Schools in the proposed 
budget of the District of Columbia for fiscal year 2012 (as submitted to Congress), and the 
amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for the 
District of Columbia Public Schools under the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 
2012; 

(2) Teachers Retirement System. -$3,000,000 from local funds; 

(3) Office of the State Superintendent of Education. —$361,631,000 (including 
$95,122,000 from local funds (including $4,266,000 from dedicated taxes), $202,599,000 from 
Federal grant funds, $8,810,000 from other funds, $35,100,000 from funds previously 

■ appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Resident Tuition 

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Support," and $20,000,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading 
"Federal Payment for School Improvement" to expand quality- public charter schools in the 
District of Columbia, shall be available for the Office of the State Superintendent of 
Education); provided, that of the amounts provided to the Office of the State Superinten- 
dent of Education, $1,000,000 from local funds shall remain available until June 30, 2012, for 
an audit of the student enrollment of each District of Columbia public school and of each 
District of Columbia public charter school; provided further, that $5,000,000 in fiscal year 
2011 unexpended local funds shall remain available until expended for the Blackman and 
Jones v. District of Columbia consent decree; provided further, that funds deposited into 
the Healthy Schools Fund, established by section 102 of the Healthy Schools Act of 2010, 
effective July 27, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-209; D.C. Official Code § 38-821.02), shall remain 
available until expended; 

(4) District of Columbia Public Charter Schools. —$483,667,000 from local funds; 
provided, that there shall be quarterly disbursement of funds to the District of Columbia 
public charter schools, with the first payment to occur within 15 days of the beginning of 
the fiscal year; provided further, that if the entirety of this allocation has not been 
provided as payments to any public charter schools currently in operation through the per 
pupil funding formula, the funds shall remain available until expended for public education 
in accordance with section 2403(b)(2) of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, 
approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321;' D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.03(b)(2)); provided 
further, that of the amounts made available to District of Columbia public charter schools, 
$110,000 shall be made available to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer as authorized 
by section 2403(b)(6) of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 
26, 1996 (110 Stat 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.03(b)(5)); provided further, that, 
notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision 
of law, there shall be appropriated to the District of Columbia public charter schools on 
July 1, 2011, an amount equal to 25% of the total amount of the local funds appropriations 
request provided for payments to public charter schools in the proposed budget of the 
District of Columbia for fiscal year 2012 (as submitted to Congress), and the amount of 
such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for such payments 
under the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2012; provided further, that the annual 
financial audit for the performance of an individual District of Columbia public charter 
school shall be funded by the charter" school; 

(5) University of the District of Columbia Subsidy. —$63,889,000 from local funds; 
provided, that $500,000 shall be made available exclusively for the transition of the 
Community College of the District of Columbia to operate independently from the 
University of the District of Columbia; provided further, that $14,365,000 shall be made' 
available exclusively for. use by the Community College Program; provided further, that 
this appropriation shall not be available to subsidize the education of nonresidents of the 
District of Columbia at the University of the District of Columbia and the Board of 
Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia shall adopt, for the fiscal year 
beginning October 1, 2011, a tuition rate schedule that will establish the tuition rate for 
nonresident students at a level no lower than the nonresident tuition rate charged at 
comparable public institutions of higher education in the metropolitan area; provided 
further, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any 
other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the University of the District of 
Columbia on July 1, 2011, an amount equal to 10% of the total amount of the local funds 
appropriations request provided for the University of the District of Columbia in the 
proposed budget of the District of Columbia for fiscal year 2012 (as submitted to Congress), 
and the amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for 
the University of the District of Columbia under the District of Columbia Appropriations 
Act, 2012; provided further, that not to exceed $10,600 for the President of the University 
of the District of Columbia shall be available from this appropriation for official reception 
and representation expenses; 

(6) District of Columbia Public Libraries. —$35,764,000 (including .$34,232,000 from 
local funds, $948,000 from Federal grant funds, and $584,000 from other funds); provided, 
that not to exceed $8,500 for the Public Librarian shall be available from this appropriation 
for official reception and representation expenses; 

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(7) Public Charter School Board. -$3,490,000 (including $1,076,000 from local funds^and 
$2,414,000 from other funds); >bT' 

. (8) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education. - $1,912,000 from local funds; proofed, 
that amounts on deposit as of September 30, 2010, within the Integrated Services Funjftor 
AWEtisk Children, Youth, and Families, established by section 5203 of the Integrated 
Funding and Services for AWEtisk Children, Youth, and Families Act of 2006, effective 
March 2, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-192; D.C. Official Code § 4-1345.02), shall be available and 
shall remain available until expended; " 

', (9) Non-Public Tuition. - $150,237,000 from local funds; and .'■■*■ 

(10) Special Education Transportation. - $88,760,000 from local funds; provided, that, 
notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision 

. of law, there shall be appropriated to the Special Education Transportation agency under 
the direction of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, on July 1, 2011,. an 

, amount equal to 10% of the total amount of the local funds appropriations request provided 
for the Special Education Transportation agency in the proposed budget of the District of 

r Columbia for fiscal year 2012 (as submitted to Congress), and the amount of such payment 
shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for the Special Education Transpor- 
tation agency under the District of Columbia Appropriations Act*,, 2Q12; provided further, 
that amounts appropriated under this heading may be used to offer financial incentives as 
.. necessary to reduce the number of routes serving 2 or fewer students. 

Human Support Services 

Human support services, $3,438,936,000 (including $1,506,589,000 from local funds (includ- 
ing $57,427,000 from dedicated taxes), $403,889,000 from Federal grant funds, $1,499,115,000 
from Medicaid payments, $23,995,000 from other funds, $349,000 from private funds', , "arid 
$5,000,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal 
Payment for HIV/AIDS Prevention"); provided further, that up to 1% of the local funds 
appropriated for the Child Family and Services Agency, the Department of Health, the 
Department of Human Services, the Department of Mental Health, and the Department of 
Youth Rehabilitation Services may be deposited into the Integrated Services Fund for A1>- 
Risk Children, Youth, and Families, established by section 5203 of the Integrated Funding 
and Services for At-Risk Children, Youth, and Families Act of 2006, effective March 2, 2007 
(D.C. Law 16-192; D.C. Official Code § 4-1345.02) ("Integrated Services Fund"), and used 
for the purposes set forth in section 5204 (D.C. Official Code § 4-1345.03) of that .act; 
provided further, that funds deposited into the Integrated Services Fund, shall 'rettiain 
available until expended; to be allocated as follows: .. ' i ';.;; ;".',■ '! 

;."■ (1) Department of Human Services. , -$332,512,000 (including $163,976,000 from ^jocal 
funds, $153,295,000 from Federal grant, funds, $14,166,000 from Medicaid payments^and 
$1,075,000 from other funds); ,^:r-o , .'.■..■; ., : ;C • ' V .hh^jfj 

(2) Child and Family Services Agency. -$253,745,000 (including : $191,596,000 from*cal 
•, funds, $61,382,000 from Federal grant funds, $750,000 from other, ftinds, and $17,0Q0rfrmn 

private funds); ■ ..; n .-, ".Yi^f- ^ .; v. •■ ;R ^'cihm , 

(3) Department of Mental Health. -$165,022,000 (including $l54 : , r 012,000 ^frdmntocal 
v funds, $1,890,000 from Federal grant 'funds, $4,916,000 from Medicaid payments, $4;086j'0G0 
- from other funds, and $117,000 from private funds); in addition to the funds otherwise 
■ appropriated under this Act, the Department of Mental Health may expend any funds that 

are or were paid by the United States Virgin Islands to the District in fiscal year 2011* or 
fiscal year 2012 to compensate the District for care previously provided by the District to 
■ patients at the St. Elizabeths Hospital and are riot otherwise appropriated under this act; 
provided further, that the funds shall be expended in a manner determined by the Director 
of the Department of Mental Health; 

(4) Department of Health. -$227,853,000 (including $78,172,000 from local funds, 
$136,706,000 from Federal grant funds, $7,761,000 from other funds, $214,000 from private 

; funds, and $5,000,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading 

■.'■■ "Federal Payment for HIV/AIDS Prevention"); provided further, that any funds deposited 

into the Health Professional Recruitment Fund, established by section 16a of the District of 

Columbia Health Professionals Recruitment Program Act of 2005, effective March 2, 2007 

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(D.C. Law 16-192; D.C. Official Code § 7-751. 15a), including unspent funds from prior 
fiscal years, shall remain available until expended; 

(5) Department of Parks and Recreation. -$33,573,000 (including $32,174,000 from local 
funds, and $1,399,000 from other funds); 

(6) Office on Aging. -$24,194,000 (including $16,068,000 from local funds and $8,126,000 
from Federal grant funds); 

(7) District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Fund. - $6,512,000 from local 
funds; 

(8) Disability Compensation Fund. -$19,658,000 from local funds, and all unexpended 
fiscal year 2011 funds as of September 30, 2011, to remain available until expended; 

(9) Office of Human Rights. -$2,379,000 (including $2,148,000 from local funds and 
$231,000 from Federal grant funds); 

(10) Office of Latino Affairs. - $2,666,000 from local funds; 

(11) Children Investment Trust Fund Subsidy Payment. - $3,000,000 from local funds; 

(12) Office of Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs. - $768,000 from local funds; 

(13) Office on Veterans Affairs. - $373,000 from local funds; 

(14) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. - $106,899,000 from local funds; 
provided, that amounts appropriated herein may be expended to implement the provisions 
of section 105(k) of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Establishment Act of 
2004, effective April 12, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-335; D.C. Official Code § 2-1515.05(k)); 
provided further, that of the local funds appropriated for the Department of Youth 
Rehabilitation Services, $12,000 shall be used to frmd the requirements of the Interstate 
Compact for Juveniles; • 

(15) Department on Disability Services. -$91,951,000 (including $53,344,000 from local 
funds, $26,860,000 from Federal grant funds, $4,847,000 from Medicaid payments, and 
$6,900,000 from other funds); 

(16) Department of Healthcare Finance. - $2,167,135,000 (including $674,526,000 from 
local funds (including $57,427,000 from dedicated taxes), $15,399,000 from Federal grant 
funds, $1,475,186,000 from Medicaid payments, and $2,024,000 from other funds); provided, 
that any funds deposited into the Healthy DC Fund, established by section 15b of the 
Hospital and Medical Services Corporation Regulatory Act of 1996, effective March 2, 2007 
(D.C. Law 16-192; D.C. Official Code § 31-3514.02), including unspent funds from prior 
fiscal years, shall remain available until expended; provided further, that any funds 
deposited into the Nursing Facility Quality of Care Fund, established by D.C. Official Code 
§ 47-1262, including unspent funds from prior fiscal years, shall remain available until 
expended; and 

(17) Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services. - $698,000 from local funds. 

Public Works 

Public works, including rental of one passenger-carrying vehicle for use by the Mayor and 3 , 
passenger-carrying vehicles for use by the Council of the District of Columbia and leasing of 
passenger-carrying vehicles, $559,568,000 (including $442,813,000 from local funds (including 
$59,436,000 from dedicated taxes), $38,285,000 from Federal grant funds, $150,000 from 
private funds, and $78,320,000 from other funds), to be allocated as follows:. 

(1) Department of Public Works. -$103,081,000 (including $97,219,000 from local funds 
and $5,862,000 from other funds); 

(2) Department of Transportation. -$118,445,000 (including $109,703,000 from local 
funds (including $500,000 from dedicated taxes), $4,127,000 from Federal grant funds, and 
$4,615,000 from other funds); 

(3) Department of Motor Vehicles. -$33,066,000 (including $24,786,000 from local funds 
and $8,280,000 from other funds); 

(4) Department of the Environment. -$84,889,000 (including $16,157,000 from local 
funds, $34,158,000 from Federal grant funds, $34,424,000 from other funds, and $150,000 
from private funds); 

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.,(5). Taxi Cab Commission. -$1,580,000 (including $1,069,000 from local/.: funds (land 
$511,000 from other funds); ^.Wfi 

(6) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission. - $126,000 from local, funds; 

and : . "■' >'\. 

i /■*;.!., (7) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. - $218,381,000 (including 
$193,753,000 from local funds (including $58,936,000 from dedicated taxes), and $24,629,000 
^|r.om Other funds);, ..-■■■ ... y -, 

Financing and Other ? jJ 

'.. financing and Other, $1,016,507,000 (including $928,331,000 from local funds' (including 
$244,742,000 from dedicated taxes), $73,276,000 from other funds, and $14,900,000 fromfunds 
previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency 
Planning and Security Costs in the District of Columbia"), to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Repayment of Loans and Interes^-$442,444,000 (including $438,072,600 froiri local 
funds, arid $4,372,000 from other funds); for payment of principal, interest, and certain fees 
directly resulting from borrowing by the District of Columbia to fund District of Columbia 
capital projects as authorized by sections 462, ; 475, and 490 of the District of ^Columbia 
Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code §§ r 1-204.62, 

, 1^-204.75, and 1-204.90); /- ' , .,. 

(2) Short-Term Borrowing -$4,500,000 frpm local funds for payment of interest on short- 
-term borrowing; ■;;.■ ; ; v.. , . j ,. , ; . 

''■+■■■ (3) Certificates of Participation— for lease payments representing principal and interest 

■■ on the District's Certificates of Participation, issued to finance land and buildings located at 

One Judiciary Square, and for the Unified Communications Center and Office of Unified 

Communications, located on the St. Elizabeths Campus, $32,534,000 from local funds; 

(4) Debt Issuance Costs^-for the payment of debt service issuance costs, $6,000,000 from 
local funds; ■.,'■•;'/;, 

(5) Schools Modernization Fund— for the Schools Modernization Fund, established by 
section 4042 of the Schools Modernization Amendment Act of 2005, effective October 20, 
2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; D.C. Official Code § 1-325.41), $8,621,000 from local funds; 

(6) Revenue Bonds— for the repayment of revenue bonds, $6,691,000 from locarfunds 
/(including $6,691,000 from dedicated taxes); •■.'""[''', **?'/<<[ 

(7) Settlements and Judgments— for making refunds and for the payment of^jegal 
settlements or judgments that have been entered against the District of ^Qluinbia 

, government, $21,477,000 from local funds; provided, that this appropriation shalbnpti be 
construed as modifying or affecting the provisions of section 103 of this Act; . .; .. jf )n ^q /0 

(8) Wilson -Building— for expenses associated with , the' John, A: Wilson] ^uijding, 
$3,968,000 from local funds; 

(9) Non-Departmental— to account for anticipated costs that cannot be allocated to 
i'. ; specific agencies during the development of the proposed budget, $25,039,000 (including 
v: $6,689,000 from local funds (including $4,689,000 from dedicated taxes), and $18,350,000 

, from other funds); to be transferred by the Mayor of the District of Columbia within the 
' various appropriations headings in this Act; ■'< 

(10) Emergency Planning and Security Costs— $14,900,000 from ftmds previously ap- 
propriated in this Act under, the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and 
Security Costs in the District of Columbia"; provided, that, notwithstanding any other law, 
the District of Columbia may charge obligations and expenditures that are f pending 

' v reimbursement under the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security 
Costsinthe District of Columbia" to this local appropriations Reading; i r u\ '■-i ■,■■■■. 

:1 : ) (11) Equipment Lease Operating— $53,617,000 from local funds; . 

(12) Pay-As-You-Go Capital funds— in lieu of capital financing* $37,448,000 from other 
? , funds to : be transferred to the Capital Fund; provided, that the Office of the Chief 
'■ . Financial Officer reconcile the capital budgets recorded in the District's Financial Account- 
ing System of Record ("SOAR"), with budgets approved by the Council annually; and 

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provide the Mayor with a report on the reconciliation at the project level by February 1, 
following the end of every fiscal year; 

(13) District Retiree Health Contribution— for a District Retiree Health Contribution, 
$109,800,000 from local funds; 

(14) Baseball Revenue -$46,299,000 from local funds derived from a dedicated tax to 
account for the inflows and outflows of both operating and capital dollars; in addition, the 
amounts appropriated herein may be increased by such amounts as may be necessary and 
as are consistent with the Ballpark Omnibus Financing and Revenue Act of 2004, effective 
April 8, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-320; D.C. Official Code § 10-1601.01 et seq.), to pay. debt 
service, and to maintain and replenish required reserves for baseball revenue bonds; 

(15) Convention Center Transfer. -$101,419,000. from local funds (including $101,419,000 
from dedicated taxes); * - 

(16) Highway Trust Fund Transfer. -$37,294,000 from local funds (including $24,189,000 
from dedicated taxes and $13,105,000 from other funds); 

(17) Tax Increment Financing— the amounts appropriated herein may be increased by 
an amount not to exceed $61,455,000 from dedicated taxes for a Tax Increment and PILOT 
Financing program; and 

(18) Emergency and Contingency Funds -$3,000,000 from local funds for the emergency 
reserve fund and the contingency reserve fund under section 450A of the District of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved November 2, 2000 (114 Stat. 2440; D.C. Official Code 
§ l-204.50a); the amounts appropriated herein may be increased by such additional 
amounts from the funds of the District government as are necessary to meet the balance 
requirements for such funds under section 450A. 

Revised Revenue Estimate Contingency Priority 

(a) The amount appropriated as District of Columbia local funds shall be increased by the 
amounts the June 2011 and September 2011 revised revenue estimates exceed the revenue 
estimate of the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia dated February 28, 2011. 

(b) The funds authorized to be obligated and expended by this section shall be allocated in 
the following priority: 

(1) The first $21,567,000, for the purpose of shifting the funding source for employees in 
the capital budget to the operating budget, as follows: 

(A) Office of Finance and Resource Management— $24,000; 

(B) Office of the Chief Technology Officer— $3,170,000; 

(C) Department of General Services — $5,655,000; 

(D) Office of Planning— $314,000; 

(E) Department of Housing and Community Development— $144,000; 

(F) Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs— $828,000; 

(G) Commission on Arts and Humanities— $198,000; 
(H) Metropolitan Police Department^$126,000; 

(I) Department of Corrections— $907,000; 
(J) University of the District of Columbia— $292,000; 
(K) District of Columbia Public Library— $233,000; and 
(L) Department of Transportation— $9,676,000; 

(2) The balance, if any, as follows: 

(A) Fifty percent shall be deposited in the Cash Flow Reserve Account established by 
section 47-392.02(j-2) of the District of Columbia Official Code. 

(B) Fifty percent shall be allocated as set forth in the Contingency for Additional 
Estimated Revenue Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on June 14, 2011 (Enrolled 
version of Bill 19-203). 

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, (c) The District of Columbia may obligate and expend any increase in the amounfr Of ifunds 
authorized by this section only if the Chief Financial Officer certifies the increase in: revenue 
and certifies that the use of the amounts is not anticipated to have a negative impact .on the 
long-term financial plan of the District. ■■■■■»■;.<■: o 

ENTERPRISE AND OTHER FUNDS 

The amount of $1,845,599,000 (including $190,211,000 from local funds (including 
$ 126,322,000 from dedicated taxes), $35,862,000 from Federal grants, $1,614,618,000 from 
other funds, $2,408,000 from private funds, and $2,500,000 from funds previously appropriated 
in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement" to support the 
Community College of the District of Columbia) shall be provided to enterprise funds as 
follows; provided, that, in the event that certain dedicated revenues exceed budgeted 
amounts, the District may increase its General Fund budget authority as needed to, transfer 
all such revenues, pursuant to local law, to the Highway Trust Fund, the Washington 
Convention Center, the TIF and PILOT debt service agencies, the Ballpark Fund, and the 
Housing Production Trust Fund. f ■ ;" ; w ' ' v ' :|i) 

Water and Sewer Authority 

Pursuant to section 445a of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved August 6, 
1996 (110 Stat. 1698; D.C. Official Code § l-204.45a), which provides that the Council may 
comment and make recommendations concerning such annual estimates but shall have no 
authority to revise the budget for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, the 
Council forwards this non-appropriated budget request: For operation of the Water and 
Sewer Authority, $422,357,000 from other funds, of which $296,000 shall be apportioned for 
repayment of loans and interest incurred for capital improvement projects and payable to the 
District's debt service fund. For construction projects, $752,480,000 to be distributed as 
follows: $72,035,000 for the Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant, $56,798,000 for the 
Sanitary Sewer System, $78,279,000 for the Water System, $513,853,000 for the Combined 
Sewer Overflow Program, $1,343,000 for the Stormwater System, $17,672,000 for the Wash- 
ington Aqueduct, and $12,500,000 for the capital equipment program; in addition, $25,000,000 
from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the heading "Federal Payment to the 
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority"; provided, that the requirements and 
restrictions that are applicable to General Fund capital improvement projects and set forth in 
this Act under the Capital Outlay appropriation account shall apply to projects approved 
under this appropriation account. 

Washington Aqueduct ! 

For operation of the Washington Aqueduct, $61,47$,0b0 from other funds. 

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For the Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund, established by the District of 
Columbia Appropriations Act, 1982, approved December 4, 1981 (Pub. "L, No. 97--91; 95 Stat. 
1174), for the purpose of implementing the Law to Legalize Lotteries, Daily Numbers Games, 
and Bingo and Raffles for Charitable Purposes in the District of Columbia, effective March 
10, 1981 (D.C. Law 3-172; D.C. Official Code § 3-1301 et seq. and § 22-1716 et seq.), 
$258,000,000 from other funds; provided, that the District of Columbia shall identify the 
source of funding for this appropriation title from the District's own locally generated 
revenues; provided further, that no revenues from Federal sources shall be used to support 
the operations or activities of the Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board; provided 
further, that, after notification to the Mayor, amounts appropriated herein may be increased 
by an amount necessary for the Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund to make 
transfers to the General Fund of the District of Columbia and to cover .prizes, agent 
commissions, and gaming related fees directly associated with unanticipated excess lottery 
revenues not included in this appropriation. .'■;/■ 

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District of Columbia Retirement Board 

For the District of Columbia Retirement Board, established pursuant to section 121 of the 
District of Columbia Retirement Reform Act of 1979, approved November 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 
866; D.C. Official Code § 1-711), $30,338,000 from the earnings of the applicable retirement 
funds to pay legal, management, investment, and other fees and administrative expenses of 
the District of Columbia Retirement Board; provided, that the District of Columbia Retire- 
ment Board shall provide to the Congress and to the Council of the District of Columbia a 
quarterly report of the allocations of charges by fund and of expenditures of all funds; 
provided further, that the District of Columbia Retirement Board shall provide to the Mayor, 
for transmittal to the Council of the District of Columbia, an itemized accounting of the 
planned use of appropriated funds in time for each annual budget submission and the actual 
use of such funds in time for each annual audited financial report. 

Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund 

For the Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund, including for functions previously 
performed by the District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission,. $106,529,000 
from other funds. 

Housing Finance Agency 

For the Housing Finance Agency, $8,884,000 from other funds. 

University of the District of Columbia 

For the University of the District of Columbia, $160,177,000 (including $63,889,000 from 
local funds, $35,862,000 from Federal grant funds, $55,518,000 from other funds, $2,408,000 
from private funds, and $2,500,000 from funds previously appropriated in this Act under the 
heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement" to support the Community College of 
the District of Columbia); provided, that this appropriation shall not be available to subsidize 
the education of nonresidents of the District of Columbia at the University of the District of 
Columbia, and the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia shall adopt, 
for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2011, a tuition rate schedule that will establish the 
tuition rate for nonresident students at a level no lower than the nonresident tuition rate 
charged at comparable public institutions of higher education in the metropolitan area; 
provided further, that the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia is 
authorized to use the Municipal University Fund, established for depositing all revenues and 
receipts derived from tuition and fees, for the University purposes as the Board of Trustees 
may approve, in compliance with all applicable regulations. 

District of Columbia Public Library Trust' Fund 

For the District of Columbia Public Library Trust Fund, $17,000 from other funds. 

Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund 

For the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, $478,000,000 from other funds. ' 

Housing Production Trust Fund 

For the Housing Production Trust Fund, $65,181,000 (including $65,181,000 from dedicated 
taxes), to remain available until expended for purposes identified by the Housing Production 
Trust Fund Act of 1988, effective March 16, 1989 (D.C. Law 7-202; D.C. Official Code 
§ 42-2801 etseq.). 

Tax Increment Financing 

For Tax Increment Financing, $40,643,000 from other funds. 

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Baseball Fund 

For the Baseball Fund* $71,141,000 (including $61,141,000 from local funds (including 

$61,141,000 from dedicated taxes), and $10,000,000 from other funds). ". .,;.: ,;u 

■;..'.■■... . . . ,■■■■ ■. : ,.r' : ;}:!V' ( 

w Repayment of Payment in Lieu of Taxes Financing 

]F6r Repayment of Payment in Lieu of Taxes Financing, $15,976,000 from other funds. 

'"'; Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation 

. - For the Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation, $126,879,000 from other funds. . ■■:■ . 

Capital Outlay , ^ 

For capital construction projects, an increase of $4,024,828,000, of which $2,934,012,000 shall 
be from local funds, "$50,466,000 from the Local Transportation Fund, $223,858,000 from the 
District Of. Columbia Highway Trust Fund, $816,492,000 from Federal grant, funds .and a 
rescission of $2,835,689,000 of which $1,796,345,000 is from local funds, $252,694,000. from the 
District of Columbia Highway Trust Fund* $749,426,000 from Federal grant funds,- and 
$37,224,000 from the Local Transportation Fund appropriated under this 'heading in prior 
fiscal years for a net amount of $1,189,139,000, to remain available until expended; provided 
further, that amounts appropriated under this heading" may be increased by the amount 
transferred from funds appropriated in this Act as Pay-As^X^-Go Capital funds; : : ..^" 

TITLE /W^-GENERAL PROVISIONS 

SEC. 101.- Whenever in this Aety an amount is specified within an appropriation for 
particular purposes or objects of expenditure, such amount, unless otherwise specified, shall 
be considered as the maximum amount that may be expended for said purpose or object 
rather than an amount set apart exclusively therefore. 

SEC. 102. Appropriations in this Act shall be available for expenses of travel and for the 
payment of dues of organizations concerned with the work of the District of Columbia 
government, when authorized by the Mayor, or, in the case of the Council of the District of 
Columbia, funds may be expended with the authorization of the Chairman of the Council. 

SEC. 103. There are appropriated from the applicable funds of the District of Columbia 
"such sums as may be necessary for making refunds and for the payment of legal settlements 
or judgments that have been entered against the District of Columbia government. .' ' . "'', ' ' ■; 

SEC. 104. The District of Columbia may use local funds provided in this Act to carry out 
lobbying activities on any matter. ,/,;'. , ^ -' :: % . . : ; ■■■"V, i .) 

SEC. 105. The District'of Columbia government is authorized to approve arid '.execjite 
reprogramming and transfer requests of local, funds under this title on or before .November 

30,2012. ■ -;; jil " ■- 1 - 1 j • h . ■■ ^ ■ 

SEC. 106. Consistent with the provisions of section 1301(a) o:f^itle ; 31/Oiited State^'€ofde, 
appropriations under this Act shall be applied only to the objects for which the appropriations ^ 
were made except as otherwise provided by law. ^^qn^sh F 

SEC 107. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, none of the .J^nds made 
available by this Act or by any other Act may be used to {provide any office^ 1 or emplbyee of 
the District of Columbia with an official vehicle unless the officer or employee uses the vehicle 
'only in the performance of the officer's or employee's official'duties. For the purposes of this 
section, the term "official duties" does not include travel between the officer's or employee's 
residence and workplace, except in the case of: 

(1) An officer or employee of the Metropolitan Police Department who resides in the 
District of Columbia or a District of Columbia government employee as may otherwise be 
designated by the Chief of Police; 

(2) At the discretion of the Fire Chief, an officer or employee of the Fire and Emergency 
Medical Services Department who resides in the District of Columbia and is on call 24 
hours a day or is otherwise designated by the Fire Chief; , n* 

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(3) At the discretion of the Director of the Department of Corrections, an officer or 
employee of the Department of Corrections who resides in the District of Columbia and is 
•on call 24 hours a day or is otherwise designated by the Director; 

(4) The Mayor of the District of Columbia; and 

(5) The Chairman of the Council of the District -of Columbia. 

(b) This section does not supersede any provision in local law that is more restrictive with 
regard to the use of official vehicles. 

SEC. 108. (a) No later than 30 calendar days after the date of the enactment of this Act, 
the Chief Financial Officer for the District of Columbia shall submit to the appropriate 
committees of Congress, the Mayor, and the Council of the District of Columbia, a revised 
appropriated funds operating budget in the format of the budget that the District of Columbia 
government submitted pursuant to section 442 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 798; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.42), for all agencies of 
the District government for fiscal year 2012 that is in the total amount of the approved 
appropriation and that realigns all budget data for personal services and other-than-personal- 
services respectively, with anticipated actual expenditures. 

(b) This section shall apply only to an agency for which the Chief Financial Officer of the 
District of Columbia certifies that a reallocation is required to address unanticipated changes 
in program requirements. 

SEC. 109. No later than 30 calendar days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia shall submit to the appropriate committees 
of Congress, the Mayor, and the Council of the District of Columbia, a revised appropriated 
funds operating budget for the District of Columbia Public Schools that aligns schools 
budgets to actual enrollment. The revised appropriated funds budget shall be in the format 
of the budget that the District of Columbia government submitted pursuant to section 442 of 
the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 798; D.C. 
Official Code § 1-204.42). 

SEC. 110. The remaining, unused funds appropriated to the District in section 168 of the 
District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2000, approved November 29, 1999 (113 Stat. 1531; 
Pub. L. No. 106-113), are re-appropriated, to remain available until expended, to the District 
of Columbia for commercial and neighborhood revitalization purposes, such purposes to 
include providing financial inducements, including loans, grants, offsets to local taxes, and 
other instruments, that promote commercial revitalization in enterprise zones and low- and 
moderate-income areas in the District of Columbia. 

SEC. 111. Any interest accumulated on the funds that the District of Columbia received 
pursuant to the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2000, approved November 29, 1999 
(113 Stat. 1501; Pub. L. ifb. 106-113), under the heading "Federal Payment for the 
Incentives for Adoption of Children" and for the establishment of a scholarship fund for 
District of Columbia children without parents due to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack 
under this same heading, pursuant to the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2001, 
approved December 21, 2001 (115 Stat. 923; Pub. L. No. 107-96), shall be available to the 
District of Columbia until expended. 

SEC. 112. (a) Amounts appropriated in this Act as operating funds may be transferred to 
the District of Columbia's enterprise and capital funds and such amounts, once transferred, 
shall retain appropriation authority consistent with the provisions of this Act. 

(b) The District of Columbia government is authorized to reprogram or transfer for 
operating expenses any local funds transferred or reprogrammed in this or the 4 prior fiscal 
years from operating funds to capital funds, and such amounts, once transferred or repro- 
grammed, shall retain appropriation authority consistent with the provisions of this Act. 

SEC. 113. Except as expressly provided otherwise, any reference to "this Act" contained 
in this division shall be treated as referring only to the provisions of this division. 

SEC. 114. This division may be cited as the "District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 
2012". 

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DIVISIONS ;r ;, 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AUTHORIZATION REQUEST, .< &, 

SEC. 201. Section 11201 of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government 
Improvement Act of 1997, approved August 5, 1997 (111 Stat 734; D.C. Official. Code 
§ 24^101), is amended by adding a new subsection (a-1) to read as follows: 

"(a-1) Reimbursement to District of Columbia Department of Corrections.- The, United 
States Government shall reimburse the District of Columbia Department of Corrections its 
costs of providing custody and care for: ' ., 

"(1) Felons committed by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia from the date 
of conviction until transfer to a penal or correctional facility operated or contracted for by 
the Bureau of Prisons; .... .. ■'. -^ 

"(2) Previously sentenced felons committed to the Department of Corrections as viola- 
tors of parole, supervised release, or probation from the date of commitment until transfer 
to a penal or correctional facility operated or contracted for by the Bureau of Prisons*, arid 

"(3) Previously sentenced felons held by or committed to the Department of Corrections 
on writs from the date of commitment until transfer to a penal or correctional facility 
operated or contracted for by the Bureau of Prisons.". ■'■ ■'<-■ ' --;-:: 

SEC. 202. The following proviso under the heading "Lottery and Charitable Games 
Enterprise Fund" in the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 1982, approved December 
4, 1981 (Pub. L. No. 97-91; 95 Stat. 1174), is repealed: 

"Provided further, that the advertising, sale, operation, or playing of the lotteries, raffles, 
bingos, or other games authorized by D.C. Law 3-172 is prohibited on the Federal enclave,, 
and in adjacent public buildings and land controlled by the Shipstead-Luce Act as amende^ 
by 53 Stat. 1144, as well as in the Old Georgetown Historic District:". . ■ 

SEC. 203. Notwithstanding any other law, the following sales shall be subject to the saie& 
and use taxes of the District of Columbia: , ; 

" ■ ■ (1) Sales at gift shops, souvenir shops, kiosks, convenience stores, food shops, cafeterias, 
restaurants, and similar establishments in federal buildings, including, but not limited to, 
memorials and museums, in the District of Columbia that make sales to: '■ ; 

(A) The general public, whether operated by the federal government, an agent of the 
federal government, or a contractor; and _... t] 

(B) Other than the general public, if operated by an agent of the .federal government 
or a contractor; and :: . a" ., ■",- ■■■.,,-• - 

(2) Sales of goods and services by government-sponsored enterprises arid corpo'ratioiis, 
institutions, and organizations established by federal statute or regulation (collectively, 
"federal enterprises and organizations"), including^ but hot limited to, the Smithsonian 
- Institution, National Gallery of Art, National Building Museum; Federal National Mortgage 
Association, and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, if the federal enterprise or 
organization is otherwise exempt from such taxation,' 'to the s extent such sales would 
otherwise be subject to the sales and use taxes of the District of Columbia if the federal 
enterprise or organization were organized as a nonprofit corporation established pursuant 
to the District of Columbia Nonprofit Corporation Act, approved August 6, 1962 (76 Stat 
265; D.C. Official Code § 29-301.01 et seq.), or pursuant to its successor, the District of 
Columbia Official Code Title 29 (Business Organizations) Enactment Act of 2010, signed by 
the Mayor on February 27, 2011 (D.C. Act 18-724; 58 DCR 1720), and exempt from federal 
income taxation pursuant to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986> 
approved October 22, 1986 (100 Stat. 2085; 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3)). 

SEC. 204. Section 424b of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 
24, 1973 (87 Stat. 774; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.26), is amended by striking the phrase 
"Procurement Practices Act of 1986" and inserting the phrase "Procurement Practices 
Reform Act of 2010" in its place. ; \ ;, : 

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SEC. 205. Sections 107(b) and 109 of the District of Columbia Financial Responsibility 
and Management Assistance Act of 199.5, approved April 17, 1995 (109 Stat. 136; D.C. Official 
Code §§ 47-392.07(b) and 47-392.09), are repealed. 

SEC. 206. An Act to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia on behalf of 
the United States to transfer from the United States to the District of Columbia Redevelop- 
ment Land Agency title to certain real property in said District, approved September 8, 1960 
(74 Stat. 871; D.C. Official Code § 6-321.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 1 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.01) is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "United States to transfer" and insert the phrase "by one or more 
quitclaim deeds" in its place.' 

(2) Strike the phrase "as follows; The area bounded by the east line of 14th Street 
Southwest, the existing southerly (or westerly) building line of Maine Avenue Southwest, 
the northerly line of Fort Lesley J. McNair at P Street Southwest, and the bulkhead line 
established pursuant to the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (30 Stat. 1151), as amended, 
together with any land area extending channelward from said bulkhead line." and insert the 
phrase: "as follows: The property the legal description of which is the Southwest 
Waterfront Project Site (dated October 8, 2009) under Exhibit A of the document titled 
'Intent to Clarify the Legal Description in Furtherance of Land Disposition Agreement', as 
filed with the District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds on October 27, 2009 as . Instrument 
Number 2009116776." in its place. 

(b) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.02) is amended by striking the phrase "urban: 
renewal plan" and inserting the phrase "master plan" in its place. . ' 

(c) Section 3 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.03) is amended by striking the phrase "Subject' to 
the provisions of section 5 of this Act, the" and inserting the word "The" in its place. 

(d) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.04) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "to lease to a redevelopment company or other lessee" and 
insert the phrase "to lease or sell to a redevelopment company or other lessee or 
purchaser" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "this Act but may not otherwise dispose of such property except 
to the United States or any department or agency thereof, or to the District of Columbia, 
in accordance with section 5 of this Act." and insert the phrase "this Act." in its place. ' 

(2) Subsections (b) and (c) are repealed. 

(e) Section 5 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.05) is repealed. 

(f) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code § 6-321.08) is amended by striking the period at the end 
and inserting the phrase ", except that any reference to the 'Agency shall be deemed to be a 
reference to the District of Columbia as. the successor in interest to the Agency, and any 
reference to the "United States' shall be deemed to be a reference to the United States or any 
federal agency with authority over or title to any portion of the Southwest Waterfront Project 
site." in its place. 

SEC. 207. An Act Authorizing the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to make 
regulations respecting the rights and privileges of the fish wharf, approved March 19, 1906 
(34 Stat. 72; D.C. Official Code § 37-205.01), is amended as follows: 

(1) The existing language is designated as subsection (a). 

(2) A new subsection (b) is added to read as follows: 

"(b) For the purposes of this act, the term "and market" in the phrase "municipal fish 
wharf and market" is hereby clarified to expressly expand what might be interpreted as a. 
narrow focus to the sale of fish and shellfish to the broadest definition of "market" and 
"market uses" to include, but not be limited to, the enclosed or open air vending, selling, 
leasing, demonstrating, crafting, consuming, and exhibiting, of all types of food and beverage, 
produce, consumables, organic or "green" themed items, plants and flowers, artisan ware, 
arts, handmade or handicrafts, and such other similar or related retail and consumer goods as 

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well as any arid all appurtenant, ancillary, complementary, or co-existing cultural, theatrical, 

residential,, exhibition, office, or arts uses.". -,:uM hnr, 

SEC. 208. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law or other requirement: '■% L) ^ : ] 

(1) With respect to the urban renewal program, any urban renewal plans or projectsj-^nd 
any property acquired under the urban renewal program, the District of Columbia shall m* 
longer have any obligations (including, but not limited to, obligations related to the'* 
treatment of income from the lease, use, or disposition of urban renewal properties -as) 
community development block grant ("CDBG") program income (including such lease, u^e, 
and disposition income received by the District prior to the effective date of this section), 
obligations related to payments to the Department of Housing and Urban Development 
("HUD"), and obligations related to recordkeeping and accounting), including obligations 

■ pursuant to: "• (: : 

(A) Previous agreements with HUD (including the District of Columbia Urban Renew- 
al Closeout agreements); ]■'•■■ \ r " ' ,; ; r: : ' '"■ 

(B) HUD regulations (including urban renewal and CDBG regulations); and 

(C). The terms of any previous loans; grants, or other financial assistance provided by 
HUD to the District, the Redevelopment Land Agency ("RLA"), or any other entity of 
the District government; . ■;■ ■ 

(2) With respect to any property acquired pursuant to the urban renewal program or 
otherwise acquired with the proceeds of an urban renewal grant, loan, or other form '-of 

. financial assistance that remains in the ownership or jurisdiction of the District, or any 
entity of the District, the District, or the entity of the District, may dispose of or lease the r 
property for any purpose the District, or the entity of the District, considers appropriate',' 
and no prior requirements imposed on the disposition or lease of the property by 
regulation, by prior agreement with HUD (including the District of Columbia Urban 1 
Renewal Closeout Agreements), by an urban renewal plan, or by any other prior agreement 
between HUD and the District, RLA, or any other entity of the District shall apply; 

(3) With respect to any income received from the lease, use, or disposition of a property 
' acquired pursuant to the urban renewal program or otherwise acquired with the proceeds 

of an urban renewal grant, loan, or other form of financial assistance, which income remains 
in the possession or control of the District, or any entity of the District, the District, or 
entity of the District, may expend such income for any purpose the District, or entity of the 
District, considers appropriate, and no requirement imposed on the income by regulation, 
by prior agreement (including' the District of Columbia Urban Renewal Closeout Agree- 
ments) between HUD and the District, RLA, or any entity of the District, or by an urban 
renewal plan, shall apply; 

(4) The urban renewal plans for the District of Columbia urban renewal areas, including 
14th Street, Columbia Plaza, Downtown, Fort Liricdin, H Street,, Northeast No. 1," North- 
west No. 1, Shaw School, Southwest B, Southwest C, arid Southwest '(p-% shall no longer W 

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(b) For the purposes of this section, the term "District of Columbia Urban Renewal: 
Closeout Agreements" means closeout agreements between HUD and the District, RLA,- or, 
any entity of the District with respect to the urban renewal projects (including, but not 
limited to, all neighborhood development programs) of the District of Columbia, including, but 
not limited to, the following: 14th Street Urban Renewal Project, Columbia Plaza Urban 
Renewal Project, Downtown Urban Renewal Project, Fort Lincoln Urban Renewal Project, H' 
Street Urban Renewal Project, Northeast No. 1 Urban Renewal Project, Northwest No. 1 
Urban Renewal Project, Shaw School Urban Renewal Project, Southwest B Urban Renewal 
Project, Southwest C Urban Renewal Project, and Southwest .G-l Urban Renewal Project. 

SEC. 209. An Act Authorizing the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public, 
works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes, approved August 30, 1935 (Pub. L. No,. 
74-409; 49 Stat. 1028), is amended by adding a new section 15 to read as follows^ 

"Sec. 15. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, shall modify] 
the Washington Channel portion of the Washington Harbor project for navigation^ District of> 
Columbia, authorized by this act as follows: . ■■;,';* ..,Y:Y.; 

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"The following portion of the existing Washington Channel is deauthorized: beginning at 
Washington Harbor Channel Geometry Centerline of the 400 foot wide main navigational ship 
channel, Centerline Station No. 103 + 73.12, coordinates North 441948.20, East 1303969.30* as 
stated and depicted on the Condition Survey Anacostia, Virginia, Washington and Magazine 
Bar Shoal Channels, Washington, D.C., Sheet 6 of 6, prepared by the U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers, Baltimore district, July 2007; thence departing the aforementioned centerline 
traveling the following courses and distances: N. 40° 10' 45" E., 200.00 feet to a point, on the 
outline of said 400' wide channel thence binding on said outline the following three (3) courses 
and distances: S. 49° 49' 15" E., 1,507.86 feet to a point, thence; S. 29° 44' 42" E., 2,083.17 
feet to a point, thence; S. 11° 27' 04" E., 363.00 feet to a point, thence; S. 78° 32' 56" W., 
200.00 feet to a point binding on the centerline of the 400 foot wide main navigational channel 
at Centerline Station No. 65 + 54.31, thence;, continuing with the aforementioned centerline 
the following courses and distances: N. 11° 27' 04" W., 330.80 feet to a point, Centerline 
Station No. 68 + 85.10, thence; N. 29° 44' 42" W., 2,015.56 feet to a point, Centerline Station 
No. 89 + 00.67, thence; N. 49° 49' 15" W., 1,472.45 feet to the point of beginning, such area in 
total containing a computed area of 777,284 square feet or 17.84399 acres of riparian water 
way.". 

' SEC. 210. (a) Within 90 days after the effective date of this section, the director of each 
federal agency with jurisdiction over the following properties in the District of Columbia shall 
transfer all right, title, and interest of the United States in each property to the government 
of the District of Columbia. If jurisdiction over a property is held by the District of 
Columbia, the District of Columbia may execute a quitclaim deed on behalf of the United 
States to transfer all right, title, and interest of the United States in the property to the 
government of the District of Columbia: 

(1) Parcel. 255, Lots 13, 15, and 24 (Southwest Waterfront), including the riparian area . 
designated as Pier 5; 

(2) Square 473, Lots 819, 846, 847, 848, 849, 850, 884 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(3) Square 503, Lot 884 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(4) Square 390, Lot 54 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(5) Square 391, Lots 804, 805, and 806 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(6) Square 471, Lot 810 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(7) Square 472, Lot 827 (Southwest Waterfront) 

(8) Square 473, Lots 814, 815, 819, 837, 839, 843, and 844 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(9) Square 503, Lots 883 and 884 (Southwest Waterfront); 

(10) Reservation 277A (North Capitol Street and Florida Avenue, N.W.); 

(11) Square 2558, Lot 0810 (a portion of the Marie H. Reed Community Learning 
Center, a District of Columbia Public School); 

(12) Square 2901, Lot 0816 (Raymond Recreation Center, a portion of the Raymond 
Elementary School campus); 

(13) Square 2901, Lot 0815 (a portion of the Raymond Elementary School campus); 

(14) Square 0364, Lot 0837 (a portion of the Shaw Junior High School campus); 

(15) Parcel 246, Lot 0051 (P.R. Harris School); 

(16) Square 2864, Lot 0830 (Meyer Elementary School, closed); 

(17) Square 3327, Lot 0800 (Rudolph Elementary, closed); 

(18) Square 0511, Lot 0822 (fields and parking of Bundy School, closed); 

(19) Square 0767, Lot 0829 (Canal Park, north parcel); 

(20) Square 0769, Lot 0821 (Canal Park, south parcel); 

(21) Square 0768, Lot 0810 (Canal Park, center parcel); 

, (22) Square 2882, Lot 0936 (Banneker Senior High School campus, western portion); ■ 

(23) Square 2880, Lot 0859 (Banneker Senior High School, eastern portion); 

(24) Square 0336, Lot 0828 (Shaw Jr. High School recreation fields); 

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(25) Squarie 0593, Lot 0823 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); ,V: -y.}V 

(26) Square 0593, Lot 0822 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 

(27) Square 0595, Lot 0810 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 
. (28) Square 0593, Lot 0826 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 

(29) Square 0595, Lot 0807 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); ■ 

(30) Square 0647, Lot 0802 (portion of Bowen Elementary* School campus); ; 
. (31) Square 0595, Lot 0809 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 

(32) Square 0645, Lot 0816 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 

(33) Square 0650N, Lot 0808 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 
■ ■' (34) Square 0647, Lot 0803 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); 

(35) Square 0645W, Lot 0808 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); ; ,.// : - r. v >; 

(36) Square 0593, Lot 0050 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); ::<■•' 'r* 

(37) Square 059.3, Lot 0051 (portion of Bowen Elementary School campus); ,, ' ' ' [ 

; (38) Square 0542, Lot 0085 (Southwest Library site); , i .^,..,. r A 

(39) All of Reservation 542 between Albermale Street, ft.WV and Chesapeake Street,-, 
N.W., including Lots S00 and 801 in Square 1772 and Lot 0807 in Square 1768, and Fort ] 
Drive, N.W. in Reservation 542 (Wilson Senior High School. and Wilson Aquatic Center);, 

.(40) The northern corner portion of Reservation 470 containing .approximately. 31 ,000; 
square feet, abutting both the east property line of Lot 0811 in Square 1759 and Fessendeti;} 
Street, N.W. (Deal Middle School); ■■,.,.-.■;■,■ ; ; vaw^. 

(41) Howard Street, N.W. in Reservation 470 (Deal Middle School); '■■ ( I ; 

(42) Fort Drive, N.W. in Reservation 515 (Deal Middle School); : *f- ^ 

(43) All of Reservation 519 in Square 5876 arid Square 5884, including Lot 940 in Square 
5876 (Johnson Middle School); : ! - ■ ■; 'Kv 

(44) The play field portion of Reservation 360 in Square 23 (Francis Middle School); < 

(45) The area described in unnumbered section 1 of An Act To authorize the Commis- 
sioners of the District of Columbia on behalf of the f United States to transfer from, .the 
United States to the District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency title to certain real 
property in said District, approved September 8, 1960 (74 Stat. 871; Pub. L. 86-736; J D.C. 
Official Code § 6-321.01) (Southwest Waterfront), to, the extent not previously conveyed to 
the District; ';,.:, >v ;;■: <'<\'; 

(46) Square 2673, Lot 890 (offices of the District of Columbia -Department of Pai-ks:, and 
.Recreation); . ,^ : ,, ;i ^ <f , iV (i ..,;_ pH m) ' 

(47) Square 5862, Lots 0135, 0954, and 0958 (Barry Farm Newr Communities ; Imtjatiye); 

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(48) All of Reservation 487, including Square 5556, Lots 823 and 824* , arid |qua^gi§5;60, 
Lots 8i4 and Lot 815 (Pennsylvania Avenue and Minnesota Avenue redeveloj)Tnent). 

SEC. 211. Section 485 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 
1973 (87 Stat. 807; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.85), is amended to read as follows: " , ' \ : : , { 

"SEC. 485. Except for estate, inheritance, and gift taxes, Bonds and notes issued by the 
Council pursuant to this title and the interest thereon shall be exempt from all District, State, 
and Federal taxation, including from taxation by any county, municipality, or other political 
subdivision of a State and any Territory or possession of the United States.". 

SEC. 212. Section 424(b)(2)(E) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved April 
17, 1995 (109 Stat. 142; D.C. Official Code § l-204.24b(b)(5)), is amended by iWsfcg the 
phrase "equal to" and inserting the phrase "at least equal to" in its place. ■ 

SEC. 213. Sections 2, 3, and 4 of the Domestic Partnership Police and Fire Amendment 
Act of 2008, effective January 16, 2008 (D.C. Act 17-278; 55 DCR 1530), are enacted into law. 

SEC. 214. Section 602(a)(5) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code §. l-206,02(a)(5)), is amended'by striking 

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the phrase "of any individual not a resident of the District" and inserting the phrase "of any 
individual not a resident of the District, unless his or her source of income derives from 
District locally appropriated funds" in its place. 

SEC. 215. (a)(1) IN GENERAL. —The District of Columbia is authorized to renew or' 
enter into a new Interstate Compact for Juveniles for the purposes of placing youth in 
appropriate therapeutic settings and providing and receiving supervision for youth in other 
jurisdictions. 

' (2) DELEGATION. —Any compact for juveniles that the Council of the District of 
Columbia authorizes the Mayor to execute on behalf of the District may contain provisions 
that delegate the requisite power and authority to the Interstate Commission for Juveniles 
to achieve the purposes for which the interstate compact is established. 

(b) Section 406 of An Act to reorganize the courts { of the District of Columbia, to revise the 
procedures for juveniles in the District of Columbia, to codify title 23 of the District of . 
Columbia Code, and for other purposes, approved July 29, 1970 (84 Stat. 666) D.C. Official 
Code § 24-1106), is repealed. 

SEC. 216. Section 103 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 
1973 (87 Stat. 777; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.03), is amended by adding a new paragraph 
(16) to read as follows: 

"(16) The term "Attorney General" means the Attorney General for the District of 
Columbia provided for by part C-I of title IV.". 

SEC. 217. Section 446A(c) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved October 
16, 2006 (120 Stat. 2020; D.C. Official Code § l-204.46a(c)), is amended by striking the 
phrase "fiscal years 2006 through 2007" and inserting the phrase "fiscal year 2006 and each 
fiscal year thereafter" in its place. 

SEC. 218. Section 602(a)(5) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(a)(5)), is amended by striking 
the phrase "of any individual not a resident of the District" and inserting the phrase "of any 
individual not a resident of the District, except professional athletes," in its place. 

SEC. 219. (a) Within 120 days of the effective date of this section, the District govern- 
ment shall require every remote-vendor not qualifying as an exempted vendor to collect and 
remit to the District remote sales taxes on sales made via the internet to a purchaser in the 
District of Columbia; provided, that the District government has established pursuant to local 
law: 

(1) A registry, with privacy and confidentiality controls so that it cannot be used for any 
purpose other than the administration of remote sales taxes, where each remotevendor, not 
qualifying as an exempted vendor, shall be required to register; 

(2) Appropriate protections for consumer privacy; 

(3) A means for a remote-vendor to determine the current District sales and use tax rate 
and taxability; 

(4)(A) A formula and procedure that permits a remote-vendor to deduct reasonable 
compensation for expenses incurred in the administration, collection, and remittance of 
remote sales taxes, other than remote sales taxes paid by the remote-vendor for goods or 
services purchased for its own consumption. 

(B) The compensation authorized by subparagraph (A) of this paragraph may be 
claimed by a third-party service provider that the remote-vendor has contracted with to 
perform the responsibilities related to the administration, collection, and remittance of 
remote sales taxes; 

(5) The date that the collection of remote sales taxes shall commence; 

(6) A small-vendor exemption, including a process for an exempted vendor to apply for a 
certificate of exemption; 

(7) Subject to subsection (c) of this section, the products and types of products that shall 
be exempt from the remote sales taxes; 

(8) Rules: 

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(B) That address refunds and credits for remote sales taxes relating to: 
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(iv) Coupons; ^hUy^vwl 

(C) For allocating shipping and handling arid discounts that apply to multiple items; 

(D) Regarding notice and procedural requirements for registry enrollment by remote- 
vendors; and ' ^ 

(E) That the Mayor determines are necessary or appropriate to further the purposes 
of this section; and 

(9) A plan to substantially reduce the administrative burdens associated with sales and 

use taxes, including remote sales taxes. ; , ■ ' ' . ; < 

(b) Every remote-vendor that does not qualify as j an exempted, vendor shall register with 
the District pursuant to subsection (a)(1) of this section, in accordance witM 

issued pursuant to local law or this section, • .,";.- ■', ■■■:;,y-.. 

(c) Nothing in this section shall require the District to exempt or to impose a tax on any 
product or to adopt any particular type of tax; or to impose the same rate of tax. as any o^her 
taxing jurisdiction that collects remote sales taxes. 

(d) Nothing in this section permits or prohibits the District from: ■■" , * '- "Y< t , 

(A) Licensing or regulating a person; V -i v: 

(B) Requiring a person to qualify to transact remote selling; ; \ ,:^v m 

(C) Subjecting a person to District taxes not related to the sale of goods or services; 
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(D) Exercising authority over matters of interstate commerce. [,\ 
.(e) For the purposes of this section, the term: , " , 

(1) "Exempted vendor" means a remote-vendor that in accordance with local law has a* 
specified level of cumulative gross receipts from internet sales to purchasers in the District 
that exempts it from the requirement to collect remote sales taxes pursuant to this section..: 

(2) "Person" means an individual, trust, estate, fiduciary, partnership, corporation; : 
limited liability company, or any other, legal entity. : ■ ;■■■ . 

(3) "Remote-vendor" means a seller, whether or not it has a physical presence or othfer 
nexus within the District of Columbia, s l elhng ! via the internet property or rendering ; a 
service to a purchaser in the District. naq vanr* ; v ; <■. ■ - v ,': 

(4) "Remote sales taxes" means District sales' and use taxes when applied to a|)rc$erty 
or service sold by a vendor via the internet to a purchaser in the District r ^ : ; 

(5) "Vendor" means a person or retailer, includihga remote-vendor, selling property or 
rendering a service to a purchaser in the District of Columbia, the receipts from which) a 

' sales and use tax may be imposed pursuant to District law or this section. . >:<> i-xti n 

(f) This section may be cited as the "District of Columbia Main Street Tax Fairness 'Set' of 
2011". ■■■'■■■:-. ■ - - ■ > 'y.fi : J ; ■ 

This division may be cited as the "District of Columbia Omnibus Authorization Act, 20i2". ? 

Sec. 3. Effective date. ., , 

This act shall take effect as provided in section 446 of the District of Columbia Home Rule 
Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 801; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.46). 

APPROVED: June 29, 2011. <" 



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TABLE 1 

AFFECTED SECTIONS 
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY LAWS 



Listing Sections of the District of Columbia Code affected by the Public Laws of the 19th 
Council Period, published in the District of Columbia Legislative Service. Classifications reflect 
most current information obtained from the Office of the District Columbia Codification 
Counsel. 



2001 Code Section 

1^309.10 

1-523:01 

1-612.01 - -- 

1-612.01 — 

1-612.01 

1-616.51 

1-1001.05 -- 

1-1001.10 

2-1217.34a - 

5-1501.01 

5-1501.02 .— 

5-1501.03 

5-1501.04 

5-1501.05 

5-1501.06 -- 

5-1501.07 

5-1501.08 

5-1501.09 — 

5-1501.10 

5-1501.11 

5-1501,12 

5-1501.13 

5-1501.14 

5-1501.15 

5-1501.16 - ■ 

8-1774.10 

8-1774.10 

25-118 

44-1101.01 

47^369.02 

47-412.01 

47-825.01 

47-825.01a 

47-2005 

47^634 - ■ 

47^641 -■ 

51-107 



Law Act 

19^3 i9_36- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-1 19-34- 

19-1 19-34- 

19-1 19-34- 

19_6 19-39. 

19-7 ------ 19-53- 

19_7 19-53 . 

19^ 19.37. 

19_18 19-89 - 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 ----- 19-89- 

19_18 19-89 - 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89 - 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19_18 19_89- 

19-18 19-89 - 

19-18 19-89- 

19-18 19-89- 

19-10 19-56- 

19-10 19-56- 

19_17 19-82- 

19-11 19-57- 

19-14 19-79- 

19_9 19-55 _ 

19-9 19-55- 

19-9 19-55- 

19-2 19-35- 

19-8 - 19-54- 

19_12 19-58- 

19-16 19-81 - 



Sec. Effect Type DCR Cite 

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--. is Amend--- P 58 DCR 5403 

___ 2 Note T 58 DCR 2610 

„.. 3 Note T 58DCR2610 

__- 4~ Note T-— 58 DCR 2610 

___ 2 Note T 58DCR2625 

... 2(a) Amend--- P 58 DCR 3882 

--- 2(b) --- Amend--- P 58 DCR 3882 

--- 2--- Note T 58 DCR 2618 

— 2 New----- P 58 DCR 5403 

___ 3 New P 58DCR5403 

___ 4 New P 58 DCR 5403 

___ 5 New P 58 DCR 5403 

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--- 11 -- -- New P 58DCR5403 

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--- 15- --- New P 58DCR5403 

--- 16- New P 58DCR5403 

._. 17 New P 58 DCR 5403 

■-- 2 Note T 58DCR3888 

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... 2-- Note T 58 DCR 3886 

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— 2 -- Note T 58 DCR 3886 

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AFFECTED SECTIONS 
EMERGENCY ACTS 



Listing Sections of the District of Columbia Code affected by the Emergency Acts of the 19th 
Council Period, published in the District of Columbia Legislative Service. Classifications reflect 
most current information obtained from the Office of the District of Columbia Codification 
Counsel. 



2001 Code Section Act Sec. DCR Cite 

1-203.03 - 19-51 — 2 58 DCR 3878 ■ 

1-204.01 --.- 19-7 - 2(a) 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.01 19-7 3 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.04 T — ...— 19-93 - — 1022- 58 DCR 5599 

1-20421 19-7 -- 2(b) 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.21 19-7 3 - 58 DCR 1416 

1-207.38 — - 19-16 2 58 DCR 1534 

1-306.03 19-15 2 58 DCR 1532 

1-307.02 19-93 -- 5012 58 DCR 5599 

1-325.191 — 19-93 -- 1032 58 DCR 5599 

1-605.01 19-74 2 58 DCR 5373 

1-610.52 .--■—-■ 19-137 — 2 58 DCR 6802 

1-610.52 — _,---- 19-137 3----- 58 DCR 6802 

1-610.52 19-137 4 58 DCR 6802 

1-612.01 — 19-3 -- 2 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01--- 19-3 3 - 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01 19-3 4 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01 - 19-28 ---- 2 58 DCR 2587 

1-612.01 19-50 2 - 58 DCR 3874 

1-612.01 -- 19-50 — 3-- — 58DCR3874 

1-612,01 ----- 19-50 4 58 DCR 3874 

1-616.51 19-27 2 58 DCR 2585 

1-1102.06 --- 19-95 2 58 DCR 5818 

2-218.49a 19-1 2(a) ----- -- 58 DCR 1236 

2-218.75 _-----. 19-1 -*- 2(b) - 58 DCR 1236 

2-219.01--- 19-131 -- 2 ------- 58 DCR 6789 

2-^51.05 -- 19-93 - - 1012(c)- ,- 58 DCR 5599 

2^351.05 19-127 2---- 58 DCR 6770 

2^351.05 19-144 2(a) 58 DCR 6821 

2-352.01 19-93 1012(d) -^ 58 DCR 5599 

2-352,01 19-144 2(b) 58 DCR 6821 

2^02 --- 19-14 2 58DCR1438 

2-1210.01 - 19-6 --- 2--- 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.02 -- 19-6 - 3----- 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.03 19-6 4 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.04 -- 19-6 -- 5---- 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.05 ----- 19-6 6- — - ---- 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.06 , 19-6 — 7 .— ~~ 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.07 - 19-6 8-- — - 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.08 19-6 9 --- - 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.09 19-6 - 10 ----- 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.10 - 19-6 --- 11 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.11 19-6 --- 12 58 DCR 1408 

2-1210.12 19-6 - 13 - - 58 DCR 1408 

2-1215,18 — 19-10 2- — , 58 DCR 1429 

2-1217.34a 19-17 -- --- 2- --- 58 DCR 2562 

2-1226.03 — - 19-131 2 58 DCR 6789 

2-1831.05 19-45 519 58 DCR 3701 

4-401 — - 19-93 4022 58 DCR 5599 

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2001 Code Section Act 

4-1301.04 19-93 

4-1306.01----- ----- 19-93 

5-406 19-114 

5_416 — — — -- _______ 19_ 45 

6-1054 --- — — — — 19-93 

7_743 ____________ ____„_______ 19_& 

7-751.09---------------- 19-120 

7-1131.03 ____—. 19-93 

7-1131.03 — - 19-93 

7-2502.03 — — — — 19-45 

7-2502.07a — k- - 19-45 

7-2502.08 - 19-45 

7-2502.09 19-45 

7-2504.08 ---_---- — — 19-45 

7-2505.03 — -'.--- -------- — 19-45 ■ 

7-2508.01 — — ——--- — — 19-45 

7-2508.02 --------------- 19-45 

7-2508.04 — — — — — 19-45 

8-1774.10 ---------- — 19-43 

8-1774.10 - — ---^— ----- 19-43 

9-111.01a — — - — ,-- 19-96 

9-111.01a - — --^— :.-— - 19-96 
9-111.01a — — — - — - — 19-96 

9-111.01a — — — 19-96 

9-204,01 ------ - -— — - 19-130 

10-1001 - --- --- -i - — - 19-93 

10-1001.01 — — ------ 19-93 

10-1002 -----,_--_——- 19-93 

10-1003 ^- — — ~ 19-93 

10-1004 ----- -----i------ "19-93 

10-1005 ----_-•_.__,- — 19-93 

10-1006 ------_-- — —1^-93 

10-1007 ------<--—, 19-93 

10-1008 - — — — -- 19-93 

10-1009 — ----i-- 19-93 

10-1010 — — --- — -—19-93- 

10-1011 — ----- 19-93 

10-1012 --------- - 19-93 

10-1012.01 — -:--- -^-- 19-93 

10-1013 - - 4->-- — — — — 19-93 

10-1014 — 19-93 

10-1015 ----- --^-- — 19-93 

10-1016 — --, — -- 19-93 

10-1017 — -^— ----- ------ 19-93 

10-1018 -----;----- - 19-93 

10-1032 19-93 

10-1032 -------i---- — — 19-93 

10-1032 ---^---- 19-93 

10-1032 ----- - 1-_- - 19-93 

10-1032 -------- 19-93 

10-1032 -------- 19-93 

10-1032 - - --- - ----- 19-93 

10-1032 19-93 

10-1032 19-93 

10-1032 — — — — -- - 19-93 

10-1602.02----^--------- 19-93 

12-311 --- — — — —- — 19-45 

16-711 ------ — ----- - 19-45 

16-1005 19-45 

16-2320.01------------ - -- 19-45 

16-2333 ---------- -19-45 

22-503 - -- — --^- — -19-45 

22-1211 ----- -,^-.- 19-45 

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5022(b) 
2 - — ■ 
102 — 
2002 -- 
5042 — 
2— — 

5002 -- 

5003 -- 
502(a) - 
502(b) - 
502(c) - 
502(d) - 
502(e) - 
502(f) ** 
502(g) - 
502(h) '* 

502a) ;- - 

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1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) : 
1012(a)! 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
• 1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 
1012(a) 

1002 --- 

1003 --- 
1004—- 
1005-^- 

1006 -y 

1007 -- 
1008—- 
1009 --- 
1010—- 
1011 -- 
8022 — 
503 ----- 
504(2) - 
505 --- 
506(a) - 
506(b) - 
507 ---'- 
508--- 



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- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 6538 

- 58 DCR 3701 

- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 6754 
-58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 3701 

- 58 DCR 3701 

■ - 58 DCR 3701 

- 58 DCR 3701 

- 58 DCR 3701 - 
-58 DCR 3701 
-58 DCR 3701 
-58 DCR 3701 

- 58 DCR 3701 
-58 DCR 2923 
-58 DCR 2923 

-58 DCR 5820 
■- 58 DCR 5820 
-58 DCR 5820 

- 58 DCR 5820 

- 58 DCR 6787 
• - 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 
-58 DCR 5599 
-58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 5599 

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- 58 DCR 5599' 

- 58 DCR 5599 
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-58 DCR 3701 
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- 58 DCR 3701 
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2001 Code Section Act Sec. DCR Cite 

22-1307 -- 19-45 302(a) 58 DCR 3701 

22-1312 --- 19-45 302(b) - 58 DCR 3701 

22-1314 - 19-45 302(c)---- 58 DCR 3701 

22-1319 - - 19-45 --- 103 58 DCR 3701 

22-1321 ----- - 19-45 303(a) -- 58 DCR 3701 

22-1809 - 19-45 -- ■— 303(b) 58 DCR 3701 

22-2601 ---- 19-45 --- 509 58 DCR 3701 

22-2603.01--------- -- 19-45 510(a) — 58 DCR 3701 

22-2603.02-- — 19-45 -- - 510(b) , 58 DCR 3701 

22-2731 19-45 202 58 DCR 3701 

22-2731 — ---- 19-45 203---- - 58 DCR 3701 

22^3010.01 -- — 19-45 - -- 511(a) 58 DCR 3701 

22-3011 - --- 19-45 511(b) --- 58 DCR 3701 

22-3222 ---------- 19-45 -- 512(a) -- 58 DCR 3701 

22^3225.02- — — - 19-45 512(b) 58 DCR 3701 

22^3225.03- --- 19-45 512(c) 58 DCR 3701 

22-3227.03 ------ 19-45 512(d) - --- 58 DCR 3701 

22-3232 19-45 - — 512(e) 58 DCR 3701 

22-3233 ^ 19-45 512(f)- 58 DCR 3701 

22^3242 19-45 512(g) 58 DCR 3701 

22^503 ---- - - 19-45 513 - 58 DCR 3701 

22^508 — - --- 19-69 2 58 DCR 4256 

23-546 - ---- 19-45 --------- 514 -- --- 58 DCR 3701 

23-581 19-45 --- 204--- 58 DCR 3701 

23-581 ---- 19-45 515--- -- 58 DCR 3701 

23-1301 19-45 516 58 DCR 3701 

24-211.02 19-129 2(a) 58 DCR 6784 

24-211.02 19-129 ----- 2(b) 58 DCR 6784 

24-221.01b - — - 19-45 — -■ 402(a) 58 DCR 3701 

24-221.02 -- ---- 19-45 402(b) - — - 58 DCR 3701 

24-906 - — -- 19-45 - 517-- — - 58 DCR 3701 

24-1102 --- 19-49 -— 2 ---- 58 DCR 3859 

25-118 -.--- — 19-71 - 2 58DCR4535 

25-118 .-. 19-148 --- 2 58 DCR 6830 

25-722 19-93 8012--- 58 DCR 5599 

25-723 --- - 19-18 2 58 DCR 2564 

31^301 19-30 2(a) -- 58 DCR 2591 

31-302 19-30 -- 2(b) 58 DCR 2591 

31^303 ---- ---- - 19-30 --- 2(c)--- ---- 58 DCR 2591 

31^304 — ---- 19-30 2(d) 58 DCR 2591 

31^305 -- — „__--- 19-30 - - 2(e) 58 DCR 2591 

31^305 - --_- 19-30 3------ -- 58 DCR 2591 

31^307 19-30 2(f)-- 58DCR2591 

31^308 19-30 2(g) — 58 DCR 2591 

31-309 19-30 2(h) 58 DCR 2591 

31-311 19-30 2(i) 58 DCR 2591 

31-311 - 19-30 2(j)--- 58 DCR 2591 

31^312 - 19-30 -- 2(k) 58 DCR 2591 

34-1432 -- - 19-126 ---- 2(a) ---- 58 DCR 6766< 

34-1434 ---- 19-126 - 2(b) 58 DCR 6766 

34-1436 -. - 19-126 — 2(c)-. 58 DCR 6766 

34-1506 --- 19-77 2 58 DCR 5379 

34-1802 19-93 --- 3002 58 DCR 5599 

38-271.01 ----- 19-4 2(a) ----- 58 DCR 1399 

38-271.02 - 19-4 - 2(b) 58 DCR 1399 

38-271.07 19-4 --- 2(c) 58 DCR 1399 

38-272.01 - 19-4 ---- 2(d) 58 DCR 1399 

38-272.03 19-4 --- 2(e) ' 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.01--- - 19-4 2(f)------ 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.01a --- 19-4 2(g) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.02 ----- - — - 19-4 2(h) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.03 --- 19-4 2(i) 58 DCR 1399 

38-451 19-93 1012(b) 58 DCR 5599 



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38^52 ^^..-i:-*. - 19-93 - 

38^53 U--- T ~-,- 19_93 _- 

38^54 - 19-93 - 

38-821.01 — - ^-- T ----~ 19-143 - 

38-821v02— 19-93 -- 

38-821.02— — - — -- — 19-143 - 

38-822.01- — ^— -- — -. 19-143 - 

38-822.02— — ---- — 19-143 - 

38-822.03—--- — — - 19-143 - 

38-S22.04 ^-.— --:. 19-143 - 

38-822.05----------- 19-143 - 

38-822.06 — ------ 19-143 - 

38-825.01- — — — — 19-143 *■ 

38-825.02—- — :— — 19-143 - 

38-825.03—- — — -- 19-143 - 

38-826.02- — 19-143 - 

38-826.03— — — — 19-143 - 

38-826.04 — - - — '— 19-143 - 

38-826.04 ----- ----- ^ 19-143 - 

38-1202.06 19-4 -- 

38-1804.01 - — -—,----- 19-93 -- 

38-1833.02— ------—— 19-93 -- 

38-2901 ----- --^--.--- -19-93 - 

38-2903 .-^--- -19-93 - 

38-2904 -^--,-,-^ 19_93 -. 

38-2905 w- - ,.. 19-93 - 

38-2906.02------- - --- 19-93 - 

38-2914 .- — ,-.-.- 19-93 - 

42-815 L-_^_-,___ i9_s ... 

42-815.01 - — --- — — - 19-8 ~- 

42-815.01---------.--- — - 19-147 - 

42-815.02 - — -----—. 19-8 ~- 

42-815.02--.------- 19-147 - 

42-815.03 — - -— ^ — --- 19-8 — 

42-1102 ----- ----- -.1---- 19-12 - 

42-1102.02- — --—-—--- — — 19-12 - 

42-1103 "■ 1 --^-,- 19-12 - 

42-2802 ^-~ — ,— 19-62 - 

42-3502.02- — - — -- - 19-45 -- 

42-3502.02 — --- — ---. 19-52 - 

42-3509.07 — — J----^-- 19-31 -- 

44-407 -^-i-,-~. —19-73 -- 

44^07 — — - ^.--.--.---- 19-128 - 

44_633 ,____..^ -__—.__._. 19_93 _, 

44-1101.01 — ----.— - — ^19-40 - 
44-1101.01--— -- — ---- — 19-73 - 

44-1101.01- — - — -—- 19-73 - 

44-1101.01- — ----------- 19-73 -- 

44-1101.01------- 19-73 - 

44-1101.01----— ------- 19-73 - 

44-1101.01 -~i- -, — - 19-73^ -- 

44-1101.01——-—- — — — 19-73 - 

44-1101.01—- — — -^ 19-73 - 

44-1101.01 --------- i - — — - 19-73 - 

44-1101.01--—-- — —— — 19-73 -- 

44-1101.01— —-—---- 19-73- 

44-1101.01 — — — -..— — 19-73 - 
44-1101.01 — ~ — -i-.- — - 19-73 ~ 

44-1101.01 ---------r 19-73 - 

44-1101.01 -------i--- — - 19-73 - 

44-1101.01 -„ — -,-,- — -19-73 - 

44-1101.01 - - - - - 19-73 - 

44-1101.01 ---'-—- — .- 19-73 - 



Sec. > 

1012(b) - 

1012(b) -- 

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2(a) 

4012 

2(b) — 

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4003(a) -i-- 
4003(b) — 
4003(c)--,- 
4003(d) — 
4032 ------ 

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2(a) - — 
2(b) 

2(a) — -- 

2(c)-—- 

2(b) — — 

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2(a) -<-— 
2(b) -L-K- 
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520 --;--- 

2 ----.-.-.- 

201 -,;;---:- 
201 - -,---;- 

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2:--u— - 
101 ---.— - 
102 - 

103 ----- 

104 ----- 

105 ----- - 

106 ----- - 

107— r — 
108 ----- - 

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110- — -- 
111 --,,.- 
112--^-^- 

113—-- 
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115 - — -- 

116 —!-■*- 
117- — — 
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58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DGR 6814 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 6814 
58 DCR 1399 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 1418 
58 DCR 1418 
58 DCR 6828 
58 DCR 1418 
58 DCR 6828 
58 DCR 1418 
58 DCR 1433 
58 DCR 1433 
58 DCR 1433 
58 DCR 4242 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3880 
58 DCR 2604 
■58 DCR 5080 
•58 DCR 6772 
58 DCR 5599 
■58 DCR 2627 
58 DCR 5080 
58 DCR 5080 
58 DCR 5080 
58 DCR 5080 
58 DCR 5080 
58 DCR 5080 
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58 DCR 5080 
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58 DCR 5080 
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44-1101.01 ------ 19-128 101 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 102 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 -- 103 -- -- 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 --- 104 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 - 19-128 105 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01---- 19-128 - 106 - 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 --- 19-128 ---- 107 - 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 — - 19-128 108 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 --- 19-128 109 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 110 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 - 19-128 — 111 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 ---- 112 -- 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 ---- 19-128 113 -- 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 - 114 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 - ---- 19-128 115 -- --- 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 19-128 ----- 116 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 - 19-128 -- — 117 58 DCR 6772 

44-1101.01 - 19-128 118 58 DCR 6772 

47-305.02 - 19-93 7012(a)(2) ------- 58 DCR 5599 

47-340.26------- ----- 19-145 ---- 2(a) 58 DCR 6823 / 

47-340.28 - ---- 19-145 ----- 2(b) 58 DCR 6823 

47-340.30 ---- 19-145 -- - 2(c) 58 DCR 6823 

47-369.02 — 19-66 2 58 DCR 4250 

47-392.02 19-93 ---- 7012(a)(3) 58 DCR 5599 

47-412 --- 19-33 2 ---- 58 DCR 2608 

47-412 19-76 2 58 DCR 5377 

47-825.01 - 19-33 2 58 DCR 2608 

47-825.01 19-76 2 58 DCR 5377 

47-825.01- - - 19-146 2 58 DCR 6826 

47-1084 - 19-94 -- 2(b) ---- 58 DCR 5816 

47-2001 ---- - 19-93 7002(a)(1) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002 ---- 19-93 7002(a)(2) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002 19-93 8002---- 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002 19-93 8013 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002.02 19-93 7002(a)(3) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2005 -- 19-11 2 58 DCR 1431 

47-2005 19-68 2 --- 58 DCR 4254 

47-2015 - 19-93 -- 7002(a)(4) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2033 - 19-93 7012(b)(2) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2202 - - 19-93 7002(b)(1) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2202.01 19-93 — ■ 7002(b)(2) -- 58 DCR 5599 

47-4605 — 19-115 2—- 58 DCR 6540 

47-4605 19-115 '— 3- — --- 58 DCR 6540 

47-4611 -— 19-88 — - -- 2 58 DCR 5401 

47-4626 ---- 19-2 — - 2 58 DCR 1238 

47-4628 ---- 19-75 - ---- 2- 58 DCR 5375 

47-4634 19-32 - 2- 58 DCR 2606 

47-4641 -- 19-44 2(b) ----- 58 DCR 2925 

50-921.11 19-93 7016 58 DCR 5599 

50-1401.01 19-93 6002 58 DCR 5599 

50-1501.02 — - 19-45 518— -'— 58 DCR 3701 

50-1501.02 19-93 6003 58 DCR 5599 

50-2201.28 -- 19-135 2 --58 DCR 6798 

50-2531 -- 19-9 2 --- 58 DCR 1427 

51-107 ---- 19-67 2 58DCR4252 

51-107 19-112 ---- 2 - 58 DCR 6534 



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INDEX 



References to Emergency Acts are to Act Number 
References to Permanent and Temporary Laws are to Law Number 



ACS STATE AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS, INC. 

Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064, payment, 
Act 19-47 

AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL 
FREEDOM FOUNDATION, INC. AFRICAN 
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MUSEUM 
APPROVAL CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-13 

AGED PERSONS 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

AGENTS AND AGENCIES 

District agencies, 
Officers and employees, 
Furloughs 
Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 

ALABAMA AVE. AFFORDABLE HOUSING, 
L.P. 

Real property taxation, exemptions, 
Act 19-44; Law 19-12 

ALARMS 

False alarms, fines and penalties, Act 19-45 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Hours of operation, daylight savings time, 

Act 19-18 
Licenses and permits, 
Grocery stores, Southeast Federal Center, 

Act 19-100 
Tasting, manufacturers and manufacturing, ■ 
Acts 19-71, 19-102, 
19-148; Law 19-17 

ALCOHOLICS AND INTOXICATED PERSONS 

Medical care and treatment, Act 19-150 

ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. SENIOR 

RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT 
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION 
CLARIFICATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-44 ' ■ . . 
Temporary Act, Law 19-12 



ALLEYS 

Streets and Alleys, generally, this index 

ALTERNATIVE EQUITY PAYMENT 
ALLOCATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-1 

AMBULANCES 

Hospitals, reimbursement, Act 19-45 

AMERICAN TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS, INC. 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066, payment, 
Act 19-29 

ANACOSTIA AVENUE, N.E. 
Closing, Act 19-46; Law 19-13 

i 

ANIMALS 

Cruelty, domestic violence, Act 19-45 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTING 

MODERNIZATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-30 

APARTMENTS 

Cooperative apartments, transfer tax, 

recordation tax, exemptions, Act 19-12 

APPEAL AND REVIEW 

District officers and employees, reduction in 
force, reinstatement, Acts 19-27, 19-39 

Real property tax appeals commission, 
Act 19-33 

APPROPRIATIONS 
Generally, Acts 19-92, 19-93, 19-116, 
19-117 

Housing production trust fund, increase, 

Acts 19-62, 19-66, 19-113; Laws 19-14, 
19-15 

Unemployment compensation, Act 19-124 

ARMED FORCES 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

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ARTHUR CAPPER CARROLLSBURG PUBLIC 
IMPROVEMENTS REVENUE BONDS 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-88 
Temporary Act, Act 19-107 

ASBESTOS ,;:. 

Limitation of actions, Act 19-45 

ATHLETIC CONCUSSION PROTECTION ACT 
Generally, Act 19-99 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Initiative and referendum, Act 19-51 

AUCTOR CORPORATION 

Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016, payment, 
Act 19-65 

AUDITS AND AUDITORS 

Insurance, Act 19-30 - . .„..*■..■>... 

BALANCED BUDGET HOLIDAY FURLOUGH »& 

.ACT ■-. ..• J - i ,i,:.-'i 

Congressional Review Emergency Act 

Act 19-50 
Emergency Act, Act 19-3 ? ,-. 

Temporary Act, Act 19-34 ,' '.'■"- 

BANKS AND BANKING 

. Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023, payment,- - ': 

Act 19-121 
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., contract No. 

CFOP-ll-C-024, payment, Act 19-87 ...., 

BEVERAGES , ' 

Alcoholic Beverages, generally, this .index 

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISIdN, LLC 

Leases, assignments, fees, Act 19-5 

■ .:,::. :;:;™a c ja 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ^ )!] 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation, chairper- 
son, designation, Act 19-40; Law 19-11 

Public employee relations board, members : 
and membership, holdover, extension, 
Act 19-74 

Real property tax appeals commission, 
Act 19-146 
Application of law, Acts 19-33, 19-76 

Rental housing commission, quorum, 
Act 19-52 

Retirement board, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-144 

BONDS 

District bonds, Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, 

payment, Act 19-107 
Howard Theatre redevelopment project, tax 

increment financing, Acts 19-17, 19-37 

BOUNDARIES 

Elections, wards, Act 19-97 

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BREWERY MANUFACTURERS TASTING- 
PERMIT AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-102 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 
Act 19-148 

Emergency Act, Act 19-71 

Temporary Act Law 19-17 ■:■. w 

BRYANT STREET, N.E. , _ , 

Closing, Act 19-105 ' ■ ■ iiiiiy:j;: " 

,..;-,/ . . -Z' . , .■■■>' /'/!■,■■?.;.*:» 

BUDGETS 

Generally, Acts 19-92, 19-93, 19-116, 

19-117 A 

BUILDING 18 PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-127 ; , , 

BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS' 

Notice, five year BID, extension, Act 19-10 

CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTING - =.; -;\ 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-95 
Temporary Act, Act 19-110 * 

CAPITAL ACCESS FUND " ; : 7 ^ 

Generally, Act 19-6 

CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY ACT ; 

Generally, Act 19-6 

CAPITAL PROJECTIONS 

Public Improvements and Public Works, 

generally, this index , , 

CARVER 2000 LOW INCOME AND SENIOR 
HOUSING PROJECT EMERGENCY ACT 

, Generally^Act 19-U5 v ;,;, .;:.,- ,; 

CHAIRMAN OFFICE :) ., ^ v .,.. s . ? . ?i , v r 
Vacancies in office, spe'cial J "elections J , ' :' 

CHANCELLOR OF THE DISTRICT OF r ^ 
COLUMBIAjPUBLIC SCHOOLS SALARY, 
ADJUSTMENT APPROVAL EMERGENCY 

ACT . r/r 

Generally, Act 19-137 ; 

CHARTER SCHOOL PAYMENT ADVANCE 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 ! - '' -> 

CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT PERSONS 

Medical care and treatment, Act 19-150 , ; ., 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL 
HEALTH EMERGENCY ACT ' 

Generally, Act 19-93 '.-,.' v; s^^oV 



INDEX 



CHILDREN AND MINORS 

Children and adolescents for supplemental se- 
curity income program, Contract No. 
DCHC-2008-D-8080, payment; Act 19-63 
Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142, school meals, 

■payment, Act 19-24 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146, school meals, 

payment, Act 19-25 
Human Care Agreement RM-10-HCA- 

MHRS-114-BY4-SC, payment, Act 19-64 
Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 
School meals, 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142, payment, 

Act 19-24 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146, payment, 
Act 19-25 
Sex offenses, Act 19-45 
Weapons, registration, gun offenders, 
Act 19-45 

CIGARETTES AND CIGARS 

Schools and school districts, Act 19-143 

CITIBANK, N.A. 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023, payment, 
Act 19-121 

CLEAN AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY FISCAL 
YEAR 2011 FUND BALANCE 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-43 
Temporary Act, Law 19-10 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF ANACOSTIA 
AVENUE, N.E., ABUTTING PARCEL 
170/14 S.O. 11-3689, ACT 
Generally, Law 19-13 

Emergency Act, Act 19-46 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF BRYANT 
STREET, N.E., AND A PORTION OF 
22ND STREET, N.E., SO. 06-1262, ACT 

Generally, Act 19-105 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC 
ALLEY IN SQUARE 5148, S.O. 10-01784, 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-106 
Emergency Act, Act 19-125 

CLOSING OF A PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 
451, S.O. 11-03672, ACT 
Generally, Act 19-104 
Emergency Act, Act 19-149 

CLOSING OF A PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 

514, S.O. 09-9099, ACT 
Generally, Act 19-103 

CLOSING OF PUBLIC STREET ADJACENT 

TO SQUARE 4376 ACT 
Generally, Law 19-20 



CLOSING OF STREETS AND ALLEYS IN AND 
ADJACENT TO SQUARES 4533, 4534, 
AND 4535, S.O. 09-10850, ACT 

Generally, Act 19-101 

CLOSING OF WATER STREET, S.W., S.O. 

10-15906, ACT o 
Generally, Law 19-i9 

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Prekindergarten, grants, Act 19-4 

COMMUNITY BENEFITS FUND EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC. HUMAN 
CARE AGREEMENT 
RM-1 0-HCA-MH RS-1 1 4-BY4-SC 
EMERGENCY APPROVAL ACT 

Generally, Act 19-64 

COMPACTS 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 

COMPASS GROUP USA, INC. 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134, payment, 
Act 19-136 

COMPENSATION AND SALARIES 

District officers and employees, furloughs, 

Act 19-3 
Health care professionals, recruitment, lump 

sum payment, Act 19-120 
Schools and school districts, chancellors, 

Act 19-137 
Unemployment compensation, 
Appropriations, Act 19-124 
Extension, federal funds, Acts 19-67, 
19-112; Law 19-16 

COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING STRATEGY 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

COMPROMISE AND SETTLEMENT 
Disapproved contracts, Act 19-14 

CONCUSSIONS 
Athletes, Act 19-99 

CONSTRUCTION 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, 

Act 19-88 
Deanwood Community Center, contract, pay- 
ment, Act 19-140 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library, 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, pay- 
ment, Act 19-138 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16), 
payment, Act 19-139 
Heights on Georgia Avenue, Act 19-75 
Extension, Act 19-108 

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INDEX 



CONSYS, INC. 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038, change or- 
ders, Act 19-83 

CONTRACTS 

Compromise and settlement, disapproved con- 
tracts, Act 19-14 

Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment, 
Act 19-72 

Contract No. CFOP-ll-C-024 Approval and ' 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-87 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023 Approval arid > 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-121 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act,. ; 
Act 19-118 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 Change Or- 
der No. 2 and Proposed Change Order 
No. 3 Approval and Payment Authorizai ) 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-83 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 ModiftcaH;^ 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-23 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifica- , y 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- ■, 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-134 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Modifica- 
tion Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-142 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-63 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-021, payment, 
Act 19-122 

Contract No. DC JA-2006-D-DL-022, payment 
Act 19-41 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-023, payment, 
Act 19-132 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024, payment, 
Act 19-123 r . 

Contract No. DCJA-2Q06-D-DL-025, payment, 
Act 19-133 t 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-028, payment^ 
Act 19-42 

Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091 Modifica- ; 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-22 

Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-141 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A Modifica- 
tion Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-138 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) 
Modification Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-139 

Contract No. DCPO -2009 -0008D Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-86 

Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-61 .... 

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CONTRACTS— Cont'd rDDH0 

Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 ApprovpiiO 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-65 r *' 

Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE, paymentyno:) 
Act 19-60 ■■::■ : ^^ 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval^ ■> 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-24 y ri 'Ai 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval . :' 
and Payment Authorization Emergency- 
Act, Act 19-25 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergen cy Act, Act 1 9-1 36 . 

Contract No. NFPHC-10G Modification Ap*'^ 
proval and Payment AuthorizationiEmeE 1 
gency Act, Act 19-78 ./■ -;i KA 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorizatic-n ;^^ 
Emergency Act* Act 19^-29 ■, v- ; , r ■■; ; ■/ 

Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064, payment, 
Act 19-47 J 

Contract No. SP0600rl0-D-4015, payment, n / 
Act 19-20 . 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025, payment, 
Act 19-21 JO 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037, payment, 
Act 19-19 

Deanwood Community Center, construction^ i 
t payment, Act 19-140 t iT 

Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033, pay- 
ment, Act 19-48 :,.:: 'iO 

Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, 
Payment, *■ '< ■'?' 

Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 t M * 
Contract No. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 i^U 

Webster Gardens, LP, payment, Contract No. 
0104-2010C, Act 19-70 ,: j,> r^l^OJO 

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ^ '&>&% 
Chemically dependent persons, "me^ic'dl'c'a^* 
and treatment, Act 19-150 

f \ ■■:■ ;\ ' : ; * \ .::.':, :o f "J n-io ov^mjo 

COOPERATIVE APARTMENTS l '"' Y ^ ' 

Transfer tax, recordation tax, .exemptions, , 

Act 19-12 ..,,..-.■.«., ,j 

k- ■>',_*..* 'J; 'J'*^ t .i'if, v;»: ■■■■;' ■'■ :,f !i^i 

COOPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION 
ECONOMIC INTEREST RECORDATION 
TAX CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-12 

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART 1 

Declaration of covenants, Act 19-2 , ', ■ /1 ^ 

CORPORATIONS X50 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation^ gen- 
erally, this index : :. r ■■ : _:-<- ;J'H'r.''T) 



INDEX 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Washington hospital center corporation 

Washington hospital center, Contract No. 
NFPHC-100, payment, Act 19-78 

CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE, payment, 
Act 19-60 

Good time credits, Act 19-45 

Officers and employees, hours of work, fur- 
loughs, Act 19-28 

Release, inmates, Act 19-129 

COUNCIL TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS FUND 

ESTABLISHMENT EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

COURSES OF STUDY OR INSTRUCTION 

Schools and school districts, health and sani- 
tation, Act 19-143 

COURTS 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 

COVENANTS 

Corcoran Gallery of Art, declaration of cove- 
nants, Act 19-2 

CREDIT 

Good time credits, correctional institutions, 

Act 19-45 
Renewable energy, solar energy, Act 19-126 

CRIMES AND OFFENSES 
Disorderly conduct, Act 19-45 
Domestic violence, animals, cruelty, 

Act 19-45 
Domicile and residence, protests, Act 19-45 
Electronic monitoring, tampering, Act 19-45 
Nine one one, false reports, A ct 19-45 
Sex offenses, children and minors, Act 19-45 
Theft, Act 19-45 

CRIMINAL CODE CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-45 - 

CROSSWALKS 

Jurisdiction, infractions, Act 19-135 

DAY CARE POLICY EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME EXTENSION OF 

HOURS EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-18 



DC CENTRAL KITCHEN 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146, payment, 
Act 19-25 

DC CHARTERED HEALTH PLAN, INC. 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment, 
Act 19-134 

DC LINES, INC, 

Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091, payment, 
Act 19-22 

DEANWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER 

Construction, contracts, payment, Act 19-140 

DEMOLITION 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCES 

ESTABLISHMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-18 

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES 
ESTABLISHMENT EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES FEE 

MODIFICATION EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

DIRECT LOAN FUND FOR CHARTER 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSES 

Purchases and purchasing, participation, 
Act 19-1 

DISASTERS 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

DISEASES 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, Labor Day, donations, 
Act 19-114 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-45 

DISTRIBUTED GENERATION EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-126 

DISTRICT 

Agents and agencies, 
Officers and employees, 
Furloughs 
Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 

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DISTRICT— Cont'd 

Bonds, ■ \ '■■' ,.-.,;■'< 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, 

Act 19-107 
Public improvements and public works, 
Act 19-145 
Buildings, district purchasing, exemptions, 

Act 19-127 
Compromise and settlement, disapproved con- 
tracts, Act 19-14 
Councils, vacancies in office, special elections, 

Act 19-7 
iDepartments, forensic sciences department, , 

Law 19-18 
Officers and Employees. District Officers 
and Employees, generally, this index 
Purchases and purchasing , district buildings, 
exemptions, Act 19-127 

DISTRICT AGENCIES 

Officers and employees, 

FurlOUghS ;,.;;,,, 

Holidays, Act 19-50 '-^ 

Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 > 

DISTRICT BONDS :$u &U® 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, ,'K 

Act 19-107 > v^A 

Public improvements and public works; ,f ^ 

Act 19-145 

DISTRICT BUILDJNGS 

District purchasing, exemptions, Act 19-127 

DISTRICT COUNCIL 

Vacancies in office, special elections, 
Act 19-7 

DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 

TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECT 
REVIEW AND RECONCILIATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-96 

Temporary Act , Act 19-111 

DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS 

Forensic sciences department, Law 19-18 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4015 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-20 ,.." . , : . 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4025 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-21 

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DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDERGO 
FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. "rfjysW 

SP0600-10-D-4033 APPROVAL AND/ 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERv 
GENCYACT 

Generally, Act 19-48 ,„ 

. v .'ilk-; 1 *-.? 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER ' 
FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 
SP0600-10-D-4037 APPROVAL AND - 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION <y 

EMERGENCY ACT ! 

Generally, Act 19-19 -v* ..'■,>? 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF ^ 

ELECTIONS AND ETHICS PRIMARY " 
DATE ALTERATION AMENDMENT ACT, , 

Generally, Act 19-53 ' ' - - )T;1; " 

DISTRICT 6F COLUMBIA GOOD TIME ^ - - 
CREDITS CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW! y' 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT mi 

Generally, Act 19-45 

;::-Vr.v/--' ■••■ 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OMNIBUS ', ^ -, 
AUTHORIZATION ACT, 2012 

Generally, Act 19-92 

/' ■'/'. ''./O0 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT > 

BOARD PROCUREMENT EXEMPTION 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-144 -- 

DISTRICT OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 

Furloughs, \ : .■■■ ,, ; ,,,. ] . T | 

Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 
Public employee relations board, members 
and membership, holdover, extension; ; 
Act 19-74 -nO 

Reduction in force, reinstatement, appeal and 
review, Acts 19-27, 19-39 ,,■;:. ,vMl 

DISTRICT PURCHASING J - ^ ijh0 BaM 

Retirement board, exemgtion^^Act^Ji|^^^ 9 g 

£*•■-$ |T .-to A ;.ft*»riT 
DOC INMATE PROCESSING AND RELEASE 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

'■;■'.:■ :0 JAMIMIfiO 
/'■".■'. ':•;•:. ) ( 3 ' S mm Hii 



Generally, Act 19-129 ■■; 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
Animals, cruelty, Act 19-45 



DOMICILE AND RESIDENCE 

Protests, crimes and offenses, Act 19-45 






/■:,€« 



DONATIONS 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- , 
ments, Labor Day, Act 19-114 

E NINE ONE ONE (E911) FUND FIXED COSTS 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 * 



INDEX 



EASEMENTS 

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Act 19-2 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- 
ment project, tax exemptions, Law 19-8 

EDUCATION 

Schools and School Districts, generally, 
this index 

EFUNDS CORPORATION 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040, payment, 
Act 19-118 

ELECTED ATTORNEY GENERAL 

REFERENDUM EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-51 

ELECTIONS 

Attorney general, initiative and referendum, 
Act 19-51 

Campaign contributions and expenditures, re- 
ports, Acts 19-95, 19-110 

Primary elections, President of the United 
States, time, Law 19-7 

Vacancies in office, special elections, 
Act 19-7 

Wards, boundaries, Act 19-97 

ELECTRICITY 

Public utilities, disconnection, Acts 19-77, 
19-119 

ELECTRONIC MONITORING 
Tampering, Act 19-45 

EMERGENCIES 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

ENERGY 

Electricity, public utilities, disconnection, 

Acts 19-77, 19-119 
Renewable energy, 

Incentives, Act 19-43 

Solar energy, Act 19-126 
Sustainable energy trust fund, Law 19-10 

EUCLID 

Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, 
Payment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract no. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 

EXTENSION OF REVIEW PERIOD FOR THE 
RHODE ISLAND AVENUE SMALL AREA 
ACTION PLAN EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-15 



EXTENSION OF TIME CONGRESSIONAL RE- 
VIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-10 

F STREET, N.E. 

Closing, ward six, Act 19-101 

FALSE ALARMS 

Fines and penalties, Act 19-45 

FAMILIES TOGETHER EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

FEMS UNIFORMED MEMBERS LABOR DAY 
FUNDRAISING FOR MUSCULAR 
DYSTROPHY EXEMPTION EMERGENCY 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-114 

FIFTH (5TH) STREET, N.W. 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Act 19-103 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND REPORTS 
Insurance, Act 19-30 

FINES AND PENALTIES 
False alarms, Act 19-45 
Weapons, registration, Act 19-45 

FIRE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

DEPARTMENTS 
Labor Day, donations, Act 19-114 

FIREFIGHTERS AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038, change or- 
ders, Act 19-83 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

FISCAL YEAR 2011, 2012, AND 2013 

FUNDING TRANSFER EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

FISCAL YEAR 2011 OFFICE OF PUBLIC 
EDUCATION FACILITIES 
MODERNIZATION FUNDING REVISED 
ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-26 
Temporary Act, Act 19-38 

FISCAL YEAR 2011 REVISED BUDGET 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-117 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET REQUEST ACT 
Generally, Act 19-92 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET SUPPORT 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

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FISCAL YEAR 2012 DEDICATED TAX 

EMERGENCY TECHNICAL AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-116 

FOOD 

School Meals. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts, this index 

FORECLOSURE 

Mortgages, notice, default, Act 19-8 

Notice, Act 19-147 - 

FORENSIC SCIENCES DEPARTMENT 
Generally, Law 19-18 

FORNEY MANHATTAN DEANWOOD 

COMMUNITY CENTER AND LIBRARY 
JOINT VENTURE CONTRACT 
MODIFICATION APPROVAL AND , 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-140 



INDlEX 

GALES STREET 






FORTY EIGHTH (48TH) STREET, N,E.^ fX/] , 

Alleys, closing, ward seven, Acts 19-106, 4I ll ' 
19-125 r 

FORTY NINTH (49TH) STREET, N.E: ■■ ^^ 
Alleys, closing, ward seven, Acts 19-106^ 
19-125 

FOURTH (4TH) STREET 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Act 19-103 

FUELS 

Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033, pay- 
ment, Act 19-48 

FUND BALANCE UNDESIGNATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 !i 

FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND 
PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

FUNDS 

Capital access fund, Act 19-6 

Housing production trust fund, appropria- 
tions, increase, Acts 19-62, 
19-66; Laws 19-14, 19-15 r ;; 

Housing production trust fund, increase, ...- , 
Act 19-113 

Public education facilities modernization of- ; 
fice, Acts 19-26, 19-38 

Sustainable energy trust fund, Law 19-10 

Unemployment compensation, extension, fed- 
eral funds, Act 19-67, 
19-112; Law 19-16 

FURLOUGHS 

District officers and employees, 
Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 

1-8 



Closing, ward six, Act 19-101 



::.Vv6'no') 



GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT 7^003 

Generally, Act 19-93 ■"'* bihl'V 

GEORGETOWN NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY 

Construction, /llJ03 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, pay- -^R 

ment, Act 19-138 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16), 

payment, Act 19-139 ^ ia 

GEORGIA AVENUE - 

Heights on Georgia Avenue, construction, ex- 
tension, Act 19-108 _ ; . ^...i-J 

GOOD TIME CREDITS J ;; ^ -^ 

Correctional institutions;' Act 19-45 

GRANTS . t .. t ' ;>r ' '' f;' V " ] 

. Pr ekiridergarten; Act 19^4 "" ' 

GRIMKE SCHOOL ; T ' " V 

; African American Civil War Museum, gymn'% 
siums, usage, Act 19-13 . >[. V ' 

GROCERY STORES / ^ 

Alcoholic beverages, Southeast Federal (Jen- • ^ 

ter, licenses and permits, Act 19-100 

GYMNASIUMS 

African American Civil War Museum, Grimke 
School, gymnasiums, usage, Act 19-13 

HANDICAPPED PERSONS • 

Human Care Agreement RM-10-HCA- 

MHRS-114-BY4-SC, payment, Act 19-64= 

HAYES STREET, N.E. 

Alleys, closing, ward seven, Acts 19-106, 

19-125 3 

. . ■- .■■■:,i,-Mi;iT 

HEALTH AND SANITATION , ; ^ 

Schools and school districts, courses of study 

or instruction, Act 19-143 Y&k'3!AB 

t ... , .. :■ ' ... , J : ■': V'TCT , V.? i.'U'Jj')' ) IM 

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES; ^ - o; i^A 
Ambulances, reimbursement, Act X9t4&/<)L]'M 
Not for Profit Hospital Corporation^ gen- 
erally, this index ij. < : ;>: : ■ , / ,• < -;.» /rJnM 

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ll ' 

Recruitment, lump sum payment, Act N 19^12Q 

■ ■ ■■■ ■. ;■■ ■■ v . ■ ., •■■■rj r ,i, 

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT ^ 
PROGRAM EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-120 

HEALTHY SCHOOLS EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-143 ': 

Technical Act, Act 19-93 v^ ^ 



INDEX 



HEAT WAVE SAFETY EMERGENCY AMEND- 
MENT ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-77 
Temporary Act, Act 19-119 , 

HEIGHTS ON GEORGIA AVENUE 

DEVELOPMENT EXTENSION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-75 
Temporary Act, Act 19-108 

HIGHWAYS AND ROADS 

DC Lines, Inc., contract No. DCKA- 
2008-C-0091, payment, Act 19-22 

HOLIDAYS 

District officers and employees, 
Furloughs, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28, 19-34 

HOME DETENTION 

Electronic monitoring, tampering, Act 19-45 

HOSPITAL ASSESSMENT EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

HOSPITALS 

Ambulances, reimbursement, Act 19-45 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 

Washington hospital center corporation 

Washington hospital center, contract No. 
NFPHC-100, payment, Act 19-78 

HOTELS AND MOTELS 

Sales tax, utilities, exemptions, application of 
law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 

HOUSING 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing' 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment, 
Act 19-72 

Contract No. 0104-2010C, Webster Gardens, 
LP, payment, Act 19-70 

Foreclosure, notice, Act 19-147 

Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, 
Payment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract no. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 

Jurisdiction, rent, Act 19-45 

Mortgages, foreclosure, notice, default, 
Act 19-8 

Rental housing commission, quorum, 
Act 19-52 

Webster Gardens, LP, payment, Contract No. 
0104-2010C, Act 19-70 ' 

HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND 
DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS 
AUTHORIZATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-66 



HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND DEDI- 
CATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS AUTHO- 
RIZATION ACT— Cont'd 

Temporary Act, Law 19-14 

HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND 
POLLIN MEMORIAL COMMUNITY 
DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS 
AUTHORIZATION ACT 

Congressional Review Act, Act 19-113 
Emergency Act, Act 19-62 
Temporary Act, Law 19-15 

HOWARD THEATRE REDEVELOPMENT 

PROJECT GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-17 

Temporary Act, Act 19-37 

IDENTITY AND IDENTIFICATION 

- Motor vehicles, sales, Act 19-45 

INCENTIVES 

Renewable energy, Act 19-43 

INCOME TAX SECURED BOND 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-145 

INDIGENT PERSONS 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM 
Attorney general, Act 19-51 

INSPECTION AND INSPECTORS 

Notice of violation, Act 19-45 

INSURANCE 

Audits and auditors, Act 19-30 

Financial statements and reports, Act 19-30 

INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-49 

INTRAFAMILY OFFENSES 
Animals, cruelty, Act 19-45 

IPS GROUP, INC. 

Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206, payment, 
Act 19-141 

JAILS 

Good time credits, Act 19-45 

JUBILEE HOUSING LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 
II 

Payment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract no. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 

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INDEX 



JURISDICTION 
Housing, rent, Act 19-45 
Real property tax appeals commission, 
Act 19-146 

Traffic rules and regulations, crosswalks, in- 
fractions, Act 19-135 M <■ 

JUVENILE COURTS 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 

K STREET, N.W. 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Act 19-104, 19-149 

KINDERGARTEN 
Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 

KIPP DC SHAW CAMPUS PROPERTY TAX 

EXEMPTION ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-94 
Temporary Act, Act 19-109 V 

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-02i^ayrhfentJ 
Act 19-122 ■-^^/d— --;>>: 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-023, payment, 

Act 19-132 \;:::)\':::1*9* m ' 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024, payment, 

Act 19-123 ; ' : ^ *^™Mi& 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025, payment, 

Act 19-133 yft-O-M-Ju 

District officers and employees, reduction iii J 

force, reinstatement, appeal and review, 

Acts 19-27, 19-39 
Workforce intermediary task force, 

Act 19-131 

LABOR DAY 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, donations, Act 19-114 

LEASES 

Black Entertainment Television, LLC, assign^ 
ments, fees, Act 19-5 

Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- 
ment project, tax exemptions, Law 19-8 

LIBRARIES 

Deanwood Community Center, construction, 

contract, payment, Act 19-140 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library, ; 
Construction, 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, -pay- ' 

ment, Act 19-138 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019JT 
(BP-16), payment, Acts 19-139 

LICENSES AND PERMITS J 

Alcoholic beverages, 
Grocery stores, Southeast Federal Center, ^ 

Act 19-100 
Manufacturers and manufacturing, tasting, 
Acts 19-71, 19-102, 19-148; 
Law 19-82 / 

I-lO 



LIMITATION OF ACTIONS ■"'■ :'• v-TAHSf 

Asbestos, Act 19-45 ' . //^ 

■ n^nift 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM jm >T 
CONTRACT NO. 0076-2007-02 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 10BH 

AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-85 J 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM imoT 
CONTRACT NO. 0076-2007-1 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION JUBm 
EMERGENCY ACT , )G 

Generally, Act 19-84 . , 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM v 3 
CONTRACT NO. 01 04-2008-001 3A 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-72 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM 

CONTRACT NO. 01 04-201 0C APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION [ 
EMERGENCY ACT " v - : ■ - ;■ :■•' v '-4 

Generally, Act 19-70 . ."/ ; . 7 ,,.,.,, 

LOW INCOME HOUSING :;^ 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing '-' 
project, real property taxation, exemp- / 
n! tioiis, Act 19-115 ,,■' . ■° 1 "' 



M PLACE, S.W. 

Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 



W 



M STREET j0 ; 

Alleys^ closing, ward two, Act 19-103 ,,,,.■ .i 

MANUFACTURERS AND MANUFACTURING 

Alcoholic beverages, licenses and permits, 7 y„ 1 
• tasting, Acts 19-102, 19-148 J, ) 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., DRIVE 'i'll'l 

DESIGNATION EMERGENCY ACT ; W vV , 
Generally, Act 19-130 ,, • {^ 

. , ■..•■■ '■>> i"' ■•■>• ■ : yy--'i^i>\) 

MAYOR . IF 

Vacancies in office, special elections*-; ;oii'vrifv ■■ 

Act 19-7 '■. . ..::, u . ;;rv;5M>n -V^idlji. 

MEDIATION .< ,..-., ;.;..*'■. ; -1 ^ -lo ' 
Mortgages, foreclosure;; Act 19-8 b ; ; ■•• ^ ■• / » ' 

':'■>■■ '■ ; : '/M i'V;.i 1 " f ■]•, 
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ^ ; ^ 

Social Services, this index < ' ..■ ; 



MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-^93 



>V7 



H 



MEDICAL CARE AND TREATMENT 
Chemically dependent persons, Act 19-150 
Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment, 
Act 19-134 ^ 



INDEX 



MEDICAL CARE AND TREATMENT— Cont'd 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054, payment, 
Act 19-142 

MENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Human Care Agreement RM-10-HCA- 
MHRS-114-BY4-SC, Act 19-64 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ELIGIBILITY 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

MICROSTAMPING 
Weapons, Act 19-45 

MILITARY FORCES 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

MINORS 

Children and -Minors, generally, this index 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-133 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

DOC-06-067-KEE APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-60 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

POKV-2006-C-0064 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-47 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-122 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 201 1 

Generally, Act 19-41 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-023 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-132 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-123 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-028 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 
Generally, Act 19-42 

MORTGAGES 

Foreclosure, notice, default, Acts 19-8', 
19-147 

MOTELS 

Sales tax, utilities, exemptions, application of 
law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 

MOTOR FUELS 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4015, payment, 
Act 19-20 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025, payment, 
Act 19-21 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037, payment, 
Act 19-19 

Federal Contract No. SPQ600-10-D-4033, pay- 
ment, Act 19-48 

MOTOR VEHICLES 

Sales, identity and identification, Act 19-45 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, Labor Day, donations, 
Act 19-114 

N STREET, S.W. 

Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 

NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS AVENUE, N.E. 

Alleys, closing, ward seven, Acts 19-106, 
19-125 

NATURAL DISASTERS 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

NEW YORK AVENUE, N.W. 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Acts 19-103, 
19-104, 19-149 

NINE ONE ONE 

Crimes and offenses, false reports, Act 19-45 
E nine one one (E911) fund, Act 19-93 

NINETEENTH (19TH) STREET 

Closing, ward six, Act 19-101 

NINTH (9TH) STREET, S.W. 
Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 

NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS 
Not for Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 

i-n 



INDEX 



NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
Generally, Acts 19-73, 19-128 

Boards and commissions, chairperson, desig- 
nation, Act 19-40; Law 19-11 

Contract No. NFPHC-100, payment, 
Act 19-78 

NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
BOARD CHAIRPERSON DESIGNATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-40 

Temporary Act, Law 19-11 

NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
ESTABLISHMENT EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-73 ' 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19-128 \ ' 

NOTICE 

Notice of violation, inspection and inspectors, 
Act 19-45 

OFF PREMISE ALCOHOL EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 l ' ' : 

OFFENSES _ . vr-ii^.'^'^aTOStl 

Crimes and Offenses, generally^ thiaiindexf ; 



OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROPERTY.! 
ACQUISITION AND SPECIAL PURPOSE" 
REVENUE REPROGRAMMINGJ! JI ' HJ 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW i r " ■ " 
EMERGENCY ACT ^ ton 

Generally, Act 19-5 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES 

MODERNIZATION 
Funds, Acts 19-26, 19-38 

OMNIBUS SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT 
HUMAN CARE AGREEMENTS 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-150 

ONE CITY SERVICE AND RESPONSE 
TRAINING ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-16 
Temporary Act, Act 19-36 

PARKING 

Traffick Rules and Regulations, this index 

PARKING TAX ENHANCEMENT EMERGENCY 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY REINFORCEMENT 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-135 

PERFORMANCE PARKING EXTENSION 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-9 

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PETROLEUM TRADERS CORPORATION !M 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025, payment, ; ,'» 
Act 19-21 r 

PHARMACISTS ; ^ 

Unity Health G are, Inc., Contract No., .-. .-, rj 
DCHC-20G8-C-9091, payment, Act' 19-23 

PILOT PROGRAMS;; : . V: ; Y; ; .,.. iH j^::^ m 

Performance parking pilot program^ ; -^£t,19-9 

POPULAR NAME LAWS v ' ^ ^ 

African American Civil War Memorial Ereej^,, 
dom Foundation, Inc. African American,.^ 
Civil War Museum Approval Congressio- 
nal Review Emergency Act, Act 19-13 
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential^ l ^'"" i 
Rental Project Property Tax Exemption^ 
Clarification Act of 2011, - • 

Emergency Act, Act 19-44 
Temporary Act, Law 19-12 '."....!• 

Alternative Equity Payment Allocation Con- > 
gressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-1 '.\ ;■' , i\i:.^[ 
Annual Financial Reporting Modernization 
Congressional Review Emergency -j 
Amendment Act, Act 19-30 r ."■■■■'; 
Arthur Capper Carrollsburg Public Improve- , 
ments Revenue Bonds Amendment Act, 
Temporary Act, Act 19-107 •■; : ,.-. 
Emergency Act, Act 19-88 
Athletic Concussion Protection Act, • r : 

Act 19-99 
Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Act, , . , 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-50 
Emergency Act, Act 19-3 ' 

Temporary Act, Act 19-34 
Brewery Manufacturers Tasting Permit 

Amendment Act, Act 19-102 '". — ,-.>■ 

Congressional Review Act, Act 19-148 ." 
Emergency Act, Act 19-71 ,._.. . ■ ,.,„. 

Temporary Act, Law 19-17 , ; ^ 

Building 18 Procurement Authority Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 1:9-127 : ; 
Campaign Finance Reporting Amendment , ^ 
■ Act, '■ ' -v -.v.£N--i-^ 

Emergency Act, Act 19-95 ,, /.'.'. ,'\. 
Temporary Act, Act 19-110 ^ ' C : : ] .: \ JJ ™ 
Capital Access Program Congressional Re- 
view Emergency Act, Act 19-6 
Carver 2000 Low Income and Senior Housing 

Project Emergency Act, Act 19-115 ^' JV ) 
Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public 

Schools Salary Adjustment Approval ■'•■■■- 1 

Emergency Act, Act 19-137 
Charter School Payment Advance Emergency 

Amendment Act> Act 19-93 
Child and Family Services Agency Memorari- ' 

dum of Understanding with the Depart- ; 

ment of Mental Health Emergency Act,, -Ji 

Act 19-93 
Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year; 

2011 Fund Balance Amendment Act; 
Emergency Act, Act 19-43 ■ ■ >■ wz^y.) 



INDEX 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year 
2011 Fund Balance Amendment 
Act,— Cont'd 
Temporary Act, Law 19-10 

Closing of a Portion of Anacostia Avenue, 
N.E., abutting Parcel 170/14 S.O. 
11-3689, Act, Law 19-13 
Emergency Act, Act 19-46 

Closing of a Portion of Bryant Street, N.E., 
and a Portion of 22nd Street, N.E., S.O. 
06-1262, Act, Act 19-105 

Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in 
Square 5148, S.O. 10-01784, Act, 
Act 19-106 
Emergency Act, Act 19-125 

Closing of a Public Alley in Square 451, S.O. 
11-03672, Act, Act 19-104 
Emergency Act, Act 19-149 

Closing of a Public Alley in Square 514, S.O. 
09-9099, Act, Act 19-103 

Closing of Public Street Adjacent to Square 
4376 Act, Law 19-20 

Closing of Streets and Alleys in and adjacent 
to Squares 4533, 4534, and 4535, S.O. 
09-10850, Act, Act 19-101 

Closing of Water Street, S.W., S.O. 10-15906, 
Act, Law 19-19 

Community Benefits Fund Emergency 
Amendment Act, Act 19-93 

Community Connections, Inc. Human Care 
Agreement RM-10-HCA-MHRS- 
114-BY4-SC Emergency Approval Act, 
Act 19-64 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 

Comprehensive Housing Strategy Emergency 
Amendment Act, Act 19-93 

Contract No. CFOP-ll-C-024 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-87 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-121 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-118 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 Change Or- 
der No. 2 and Proposed Change Order 
No. 3 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-83 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-23 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-134 ■ 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Modifica- 
tion Approval and Payment Authoriza^ 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-142 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-63 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 
Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-0091 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-22 
Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-141 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A Modifica- 
tion Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-138 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16) 
Modification Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-139 
Contract No. DCPO-2009-0008D Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-86 
Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-61 

Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-65 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-24 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-25 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-136 

Contract No. NFPHC-100 Modification Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-78 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-29 

Cooperative Housing Association Economic 
Interest Recordation Tax Congressional 
Review Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-12 

Council Technology Projects Fund Establish- 
ment Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

Criminal Code Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Amendment Ac,t, Act 19-45 

Day Care Policy Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-93 

Daylight Savings Time Extension of Hours 
Emergency Act, Act 19-18 

Department of Forensic Sciences Establish- 
ment Act, Law 19-18 

Department of General Services Establish- 
ment Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

Department of Motor Vehicles Fee Modifica- 
tion Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-93 

Direct Loan Fund for Charter School Improve- 
ment Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-93 

Disorderly Conduct Congressional Review 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-45 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Distributed Generation Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-126 

District Department of Transportation Capi- 
tal Project Review and Reconciliation 
Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-96 
Temporary Act, Act 19-111 

District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4015 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-20 

District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-21 

District Multiyear Contract under Federal >.;/) 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D^4033 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-48 vnio r > 

District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037 ApA 
proval and Payment Authorization Eme;^ 
gency Act, Act 19-19 ^, rrr: 

District of Columbia Board of Elections and 
Ethics Primary Date Alteration Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-53 ■;■ c y . ; .^.y/ j 

District of Columbia Good Time Credits Con- 
gressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-45 

District of Columbia Main Street Tax Fair- 
ness Act, Act 19-92 

District of Columbia Omnibus Authorization 
Act, 2012, Act 19-92 

District of Columbia Retirement Board Pro- 
curement Exemption Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-144 

DOC Inmate Processing and Release Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-129 

E Nine One One (E911) Fund Fixed Costs 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-93 

Elected Attorney General Referendum Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-51 

Extension of Review Period for the Rhode Is- 
land Avenue Small Area Action Plan 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19^15 

Extension of Time Congressional Review 
. Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19^10 ■?.? 

Families Together Emergency Amendment 
Act, Act 19-93 

FEMS Uniformed Members Labor Day Fund- 
raising for Muscular Dystrophy Exemp-.:: ; 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-114 

Fiscal Year 2011, 2012, and 2013 Funding 
Transfer Emergency Amendment 
Act 19-93 

Fiscal Year 2011 Office of Public Education 
Facilities Modernization Funding Re- 
vised Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-26 
Temporary Act, Act 19-38 

Fiscal Year 2011 Revised Budget Emergency 
Amendment Act, Act 19-117 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd ^UOTO^ 
Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request Act?- n ^ )[0 

Act 19-92 ■■■■■ ' ! ; f ^ 

Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Emerge'ncv 
Act, Act 19-93 ; ''- y:pf ' /ll r 

Fiscal Year 2012 Dedicated Tax Emergency 51 ^ 

Technical Amendment Act, Act I97II6 
Forney Manhattan Dean wood Community rjr 
Center and Library Joint Venture Cori-^ 
tract Modification Approval arid Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, ; '^ 
Act 19-140 ) 

Fund Balance Undesignation Emergency Act, ; 

Act 19-93 ( M 

Funding for Public Schools and Public Char : 
ter Schools Emergency Amendment Act^ 
. 1 -Act X9-93 ^y'l ;? v:;.^'.? 

Health Professional Recruitment Program 

Emergency Amendment Actj Act 19^120 
Healthy Schodls Emergency Amendment Act, ' 
Act 19-143 
TechnicalAct, Act 19-93 ^ ; : '} ■ : ' ,i ^ 

Heat Wave Safety Amendment Act; ' ' v 
Emergency Act, Act 19-77 '.';';'..■ 

Temporary Act, Act 19-119 ^ ^,1 

Heights on Georgia Avenue Development Ex-' > 
tension Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-75 , f /> 

Temporary Act, Act 19-108 > 

Hospital Assessment Emergency Amendment > 

Act, Act 19-93 
Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated 
Tax Appropriations Authorization Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-66 — 1 :; 7 - ! -■'■ -V^^ 
temporary Act, Law 19^14 ; ■■'•■J^^i^ J 
Housing Production Trust; Fund Pollin Mempr 
rial Community Dedicated Tax' A^p^,6piri- J 
ations Authorization Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Ac'k 

Act 19-113 
Emergency Act, Act 19-62 
Temporary Act, Law 19-15 

Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great 
Streets Initiative Tax Increment Financ- 
ing Amendment Act, , ; -yiO 
Emergency Act, Act 19-17 ■: 
Temporary Act, Act 19-37 "' ' . L . °^ 
Income Tax Secured Bond Authorization ' ^ 
Emergency Act, Act 1 9^1 45 ' ;' : ' l; ■■' ' ' 
Interstate Compact for Juveniles Congressio- 
nal Review Emergency Amendment Act, ... 
Act 19-49 : ' 
KIPP DC Shaw Campus Property Tax Exemp- 
tion Act, ■ ,_' 
Emergency Act, Act 19-94 
Temporary Act, Act 19-109 • , , , 
Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No) 
0076-2007-02 Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19^85 



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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 
0076-2007-1 Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-84 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 
0104-2008-0013A Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, Act 19-72 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 
0104-2010C Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-70 

Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive Designation 
Emergency Act, Act 19-130 

Medical Assistance Program Emergency 
Amendment Act, Act 19 19-93 

Mental Health Services Eligibility Emergency 
Act, Act 19-93 

Modification to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-025 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization Emergenpy Act, Act 19-133 

Modification to Contract No. DOC-06- 

067-KEE Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act, Act 19-60 

Modification to Contract No. POKV-2006- 
C-0064 Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act, Act 19-47 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-021 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization Emergency Act, Act 19-122 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-022 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization E mergency Act of 20 1 1, 
Act 19-41 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-023 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization Emergency Act, Act 19-132 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-024 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization Emergency Act, Act 19-123 

Modifications to Contract No. DCJA-2006- 
D-DL-028 Approval and Payment Autho- 
rization Emergency Act of 2011, 
Act 19-42 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation Board 
Chairperson Designation Amendment 
Act, 

Emergency Act, Act 19-40 

Temporary Act, Law 19-11 
Not for Profit Hospital Corporation Establish- 
ment Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-73 

Congressional Review Act, Act 19-128 
Off Premise Alcohol Emergency Act, 

Act 19-93 
Office of Cable Television Property Acquisi- 
tion and Special Purpose Revenue Repro- 
gramming Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-5 
Omnibus Substance Abuse Treatment Human 
Care Agreements Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-150 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd s 

One City Service and Response Training Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-16 
Temporary Act, Act 19-36 
Parking Tax Enhancement Emergency Act, 

Act 19-93 
Pedestrian Safety Reinforcement Emergency 

Amendment Act, Act 19-135 
Performance Parking Extension Congressio- 
nal Review Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-9 
Pre K Acceleration and Clarification Congres- 
sional Review Emergency Amendment 
Act, Act 19-4 
Procedure for Remittance of Hotel Taxes by 
Online Vendors Emergency Act, 
Act 19-93 
Processing Sales Tax Clarification Amend- 
ment Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-68 
Emergency Act, Act 19-11 
Temporary Act, Act 19-35 
Public Employee Relations Board Holdover 
Extension Emergency Amendment, Act, 
Act 19-74 
Public Safety Civilian Emergency Personnel 
Furlough Exemption Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-28 
Public Safety Legislation Sixty Day Layover 
Congressional Review Emergency 
Amendment Act, Act 19-45 
Randall School Disposition Restatement Con- 
gressional Review Emergency Act, 
Act 19-2 
Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Es- 
tablishment Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-76 
Emergency Act, Act 19-146 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-33 
Temporary Amendment Act, Law 19-9 
Reinstated Government Employee Review 
Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-27 
Temporary Act, Act 19-39 
Rental Housing Act Extension Congressional 
Review Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-31 
Rental Housing Commission Quorum Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-52 
Residential Tranquility Congressional Review 

Emergency Act, Act 19-45 
Saying D.C. Homes from Foreclosure Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-147 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19-8 
Settlement Payment Integrity Congressional 
Review Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-14 
Southeast Federal Center Yards Nondiscrimi- 
natory Grocery Store Act, Act 19-100 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Special Events Exemption Emergency Amendr 

ment Act, Act 19-93 
Third & H Streets, N.E. Economic Develop- 
ment Technical Clarification Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-32 /■ 

Temporary Act, Law 19-8 
Transfer Emergency Amendment Act, 

Act 19-69 
Unemployment Compensation Extended Ben- 
efits Continuation Amendment Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-112 
Emergency Act, Act 19-67 
Temporary Act, Law 19-16 
Unemployment Compensation Funds Appro- 
priation Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-124 
Workforce Intermediary Task Force Estab- 
lishment Emergency Act, Act 19-131 . 

PRE K ACCELERATION AND 

CLARIFICATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT' < T 

ACT -. •.<:■>': ■[■■•-■.n rii^r* 

Generally, Act 19-4 < ; ":.'.-■■■■;::''£ 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES' ;>>.<■ '.;<7 

Primary elections, time, Law 19-7; ' ( ' ri ' *■' 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS ' " ^ 

President of the United States, time, 
Law 19-7 

PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
Correctional Institutions, generally, this 
index 

PROCEDURE FOR REMITTANCE OF HOTEL 
TAXES BY ONLINE VENDORS 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-93 

PROCESSING SALES TAX CLARIFICATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, ■-■■■-■'•■ ' 

Act 19-68 
Emergency Act, Act 19-11 --<■-. v r\/: 

Temporary Act, Act 19-35 

PROTESTS ^ 

Domicile and residence, crimes and offenses, 
Act 19-45 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES 

MODERNIZATION OFFICE 
Funds, Acts 19-26, 19-38 

PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BOARD 
HOLDOVER EXTENSION EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-74 , ■ ■ . . ....... 

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PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ^ ^ trtfgS 

District officers and employees, hours of ; , ri{ , \ 

work, furloughs, Acts 19-3, 19-28,,*, 

19-34 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS AND PUBLIC , 
WORKS 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, 
Act 19-107 ^ 

District bonds, Act 19-145 

Transportation department, closure, , fi 

Acts 19-96, 19-111 

PUBLIC SAFETY CIVILIAN EMERGENCY h 
PERSONNEL FURLOUGH EXEMPTION 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT ^ 

Generally, Act 19-28 

■■•■' ■ .'■; ;'':".' -'li-'yiUnoYl 

PUBLIC SAFETY LEGISLATION SIXTY DAY 
LAYOVER CONGRESSIONAL 'RE-VIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT i h • 

Generally, Act 19-45 :■. , . v: Vr>0 

PUBLIC UTILITIES T > . 4 

Electricity * disconnection, Acts 19-77y " : " 
19-119 

RANDALL SCHOOL DISPOSITION 

RESTATEMENT CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-2 

REAL ESTATE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 

Generally, Act 19-93 ; : 

REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS 

COMMISSION ESTABLISHMENT ACT,; ; / 

Congressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-76 
Emergency Act, Act 19-146 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-33 ■< 
Temporary Amendment Act, Law 1.9^9 

•• Y.\ ^ 'i>iv^; ; Ul- . ' 

REAL PROPERTY TAXATION ^ ; /i 

Alabama Ave. Affordable Housings, LJrS; ex- 
emptions, Act 19-44; Law 19-12-Kv' 
Allen Chapel African MethodisV Episcopal;^ 
Church, Inc., exemptions, v T 

.Act 19-44; Law 19-12 '■ V?|/;7 .^f!,V 
Carver 2000 low income and senior ho using' ^ 

project, exemptions, Act 19-115 ; ' ' -J, ' - 
Exemptions, "•' " - 

Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P., '"■' f 

Act 19-44; Law 19-12 
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal . 
Church, Inc., Act 19-44; Law 19-12 > 
KIPP DC, Acts 19-94, 19-109 
Third & H Streets, N.E. development pro- : 
ject, Act 19-32 
EIPP DC, exemptions, Acts 19-94, 19-109 . > 
Real property tax appeals commission j appli^ 

cation of law, Act 19-33 
Tax Exemptions, Exemptions, generally, ante 



REAL PROPERTY TAXATION— Cont'd 

Third & H Streets, N.E. development project, 
exemptions, Act 19-32 

RECORD TAX 

Cooperative apartments, exemptions, 
Act 19-12 

REGISTRATION 

Weapons, gun offenders, Act 19-45 

REINSTATED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE 

REVIEW ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-27 
Temporary Act, Act 19-39 

RENEWABLE ENERGY 
Incentives, Act 19-43 
Solar energy, Act 19-126 

RENT 

Boards and commissions, quorum, Act 19-52 

Housing, jurisdiction, Act 19-45 

Rental Housing Act, extension, Act 19-31 

RENTAL HOUSING ACT EXTENSION 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-31 l 

RENTAL HOUSING COMMISSION QUORUM 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-52 

REPARATION 
Enforcement, Act 19-45 

REPORTS 

Campaign contributions and expenditures, 
Act 19-110 

RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGES 
Foreclosure, notice, default, Act 19-8 

RESIDENTIAL TRANQUILITY 

CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-45 

RESTAURANTS 

Sales tax, utilities, exemptions, application of 
law, Acts 19-11,19-35 

RESTITUTION 
Enforcement, Act 19-45 

RETIREMENT BOARD 

District purchasing, exemptions, Act 19-144 

REVOLUTION FOODS, INC. 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142, payment, 
Act 19-24 



INDEX 

RHODE ISLAND AVENUE 

Plans and specifications, review period, exten- 



sion, Act 19-15 

SALARIES 

Compensation and Salaries, generally, this 

index 

SALES 

Motor vehicles, identity and identification, 
Act 19-45 

SALES TAX 

Application of law, Act 19-68 

Hotels and motels, utilities, exemptions, ap- 
plication of law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 

Restaurants, utilities, exemptions, applica- 
tion of law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 

SAVING D.C. HOMES FROM FORECLOSURE 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-147 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19r-8 

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS 

Chancellors, compensation and salaries, 

Act 19-137 
Courses of study or instruction, health and 

sanitation, Act 19-143 
Food. School Meals, post 
Grimke School, African American Civil War 

Museum, gymnasiums, usage, Act 19-13 
Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 
Public education facilities modernization of- 
fice, funds, Acts 19-26, 19-38 
School meals, Act 19-143 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142, payment, 

Act 19-24 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146, payment, 

Act 19-25 
Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134, payment, 
Act 19-136 
Security, Contract No.DCPO-2009-0008D, 

payment, Act 19-86 
Tobacco and tobacco products, Act 19-143 

SCHOOLTEACHERS 
Prekindergarten, grants, Act 19-4 

SCIENCE 

Forensic sciences department, Law 19-18 

SECURITY 

Schools and school districts, contract No. 

DCPO-2009-0008D, payment, Act 19-86 



SETTLEMENT 

Disapproved contracts, Act 19-14 



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SETTLEMENT PAYMENT INTEGRITY CON- - 
GRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-14 

SEVENTEENTH (17TH) STREET 

Closing, ward six, Act 19-101 

SEVENTH (7TH) STREET, 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Acts 19-104p -\0 
19-^149 - ;f 

Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 ; ;hv 

SEVERNA, LLC 

Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment, 
Act 19-72 

SEX OFFENSES 

Children and minors, Act 19-45 

SIXTH (6TH) STREET, N.W. 

Alleys, closing, ward two, Acts 19-104; \ ■';.) 
19-149 

SMALL BUSINESSES - ^ v - ^/V 

Purchases and purchasing, participation, 
Act 19-1 

SOCIAL SERVICES i I yn;i! ) 

Medical assistance^ ■>'',-: Ztii-.-. 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment^ 

Act 19-134 

. Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054, p'ayment; 

Act 19-142 ) 

SOLAR ENERGY 

Renewable energy, Act 19-126 

SOUTHEAST FEDERAL CENTER YARDS 
NONDISCRIMINATORY GROCERY 
STORE ACT 

Generally, Act 19-100 

SPECIAL ELECTION REFORM CHARTER , 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT A0T 

Generally, Act 19-7 . " ' 

SPECIAL EVENTS EXEMPTION EMERGENCY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

SPORTS 

Concussions, Act 19-99 ';*.'■ 

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS 
Asbestos, Act 19-45 

STREETS AND ALLEYS 

Closing, 
Anacostia Avenue, N.E., 
Act 19-46; Law 19-13 

Bryant Street, N.E., Twenty Second (22rid) 
Street, N.E. , Act 19-105 

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STREETS AND ALLEYS— Cont'd ": Y. Vn 
Closing, — Cont'd .;*;.f 

M Street, Fourth (4th) Street, New York Av- 
enue, N.W., Fifth (5th) Street, N.W., 
ward two, Act 19-103 ^ ]^ 

Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, N.E..,' w ' • 
Forty Eighth (48th) Street, N.E;, Hayes 
Street, N.E., Forty Ninth (49th) Street, 
N.E., ward seven, Acts 19-106, 19^1251 



Sixth (6th) Street, N.W:, K Street; N1W:, ; 



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Seventh (7th) Street, N.W., New York ^ 
- Avenue^ ward twbi Act 19-149 j-;^ 1 ^^ 
Seventeenth (17th) Street, Gales Street, 

Nineteenth (19th) Street, F Streetv ! ' mF ^ 
N.E., ward six, Act 19-101 ■' r '" 7 '-'" ,T 

Sixth (6th) Street, N.W., K Street, N.W,, , Q 

Seventh (7th) Street, N.W., New York^ 
Avenue, ward two, Act 19-104 

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Thirtieth (30th) Street, Law 19-20 

Water Street, Law 19-19 : -}■?;-& 

DC Lines, Inc., contract No. DCKA-2Q08- a ; i 

C-0091, payment, Act 19-22 a ;/ - V;oH 

Martin Luther King, Jr., DriveVdesi^iation;'' 

Act 19-130 
Rhode Island Avenue Small Area Action Plan}; 
review period, extension, Act 19-15 

Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- • ,, 
ment project, tax exemptions, Law .19-8 . 

SUNSET LAWS 

...is 

Rental Housing Act, extension, Act 19-31 

SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME >? 

Children and adolescents for supplemental se- 
curity income program, Contract No. . '^ 
DCHC-2008-D-S080, payment, Act 19-63 



SUPPORT 

Contract No. DCTO-201I-F-0016, payment; ' 
Act 19-65 



SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRUST FUND ' 

Generally, Law 19-10 l ■:<.. .rwiisu •-,■■'; 

TAMPERING i ; ;^ H 

Electronic monitoring; Act 1 19-45 



TASK FORCES ; , ^ , 

Workforce intermediary task force. 
Act 19-131 j 



TAVERNS AND SALOONS ; - 

Alcoholic beverages, hours of operation, day ^ > 
light savings time, Act 19-18- ■. - ..: 



INDEX 



TAX EXEMPTIONS 

Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, L.P., real 

property taxation, 

Act 19-44; Law 19-12 
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 

Church, Inc., real property taxation, 

Act 19-44; Law 19-12 
Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 

project, real property taxation, 

Act 19-115 
Hotels and motels, sales tax, utilities, appli- 
cation of law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 
KIPP DC, real property taxation, Acts 19-94, 

19-109 
Restaurants, sales tax, utilities, application 

of law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 
Third & H Streets, N.E. development project, 

real property taxation, 

Act 19-32; Law 19-8 

TAX INCREMENTFINANCING 

Howard Theatre redevelopment project, 
bonds, Acts 19-17, 19-37 

TAXATION 

Howard Theatre redevelopment project, tax 
increment financing, bonds, Acts 19-17, 
19-37 

Parking, Act 19-93 

Real property taxation, generally, this in- 
dex 

Recordation tax, cooperative apartments, ex- 
emptions, Act 19-12 

Sales Tax, generally, this index 

Tax Exemptions, generally, this index 

Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- 
ment project, exemptions, Law 19-8 

Transfer tax, cooperative apartments, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-12 

Unemployment, tax automated system, con- 
tract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253, payment, 
Act 19-61 

THEFT 

Generally, Act 19-45 

THIRD & H STREETS, N.E. ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL 
CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-32 

Temporary Act, Law 19-8 

THIRTIETH (30TH) STREET 
Closing, Law 19-20 

TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

Schools and school districts, Act 19-143 

TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS 

American Traffic Solutions, Inc., Contract No. 
POFA-2006-C-0066, payment, Act 19-29 



TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULA- 
TIONS— Cont'd 

Crosswalks, jurisdiction, infractions, 

Act 19-135 
Parking, 
Meters, Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206, 

payment, Act 19-141 
Performance parking pilot program, 

Act 19-9 
Taxation, Act 19-93 

TRAINING 

Emergencies, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

TRANSFER EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 1 9-69 

TRANSFER TAX 

Cooperative apartments, exemptions, 
Act 19-12 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT 

Public improvements and public works, clo- •■ 
sure, Acts 19-96, 19-111 

TRUST FUNDS 

Housing production trust fund, appropria- 
tions, increase, Acts 19-62, 19-66, 
19-113; Laws 19-14, 19-15 

Sustainable energy trust fund, Law 19-10 

TWENTY SECOND (22ND) STREET, N.E. 
Closing, Act 19-105 

UNEMPLOYMENT 

Extension, federal funds, 

Act 19-67; Law 19-16 
Tax automated system, contract No. 

DCTO-2009-C-0253, payment, Act 19-61 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 

EXTENDED BENEFITS CONTINUATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-112 
Emergency Act, Act 19-67 
Temporary Act, Law 19-16 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUNDS 
APPROPRIATION AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-124 

UNISON HEALTH PLAN 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054, payment, 
Act 19-142 

UNITY HEALTH CARE, INC. 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091, payment, 
Act 19-23 

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UTILITIES 

Hotels and motels, sales tax, exemptions, ap- 
plication of law, Act 19-11, Act 19-35 

Restaurants, sales tax, exemptions, applica- 
tion of law, Acts 19-11, 19-35 

WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

WARD REDISTRlCTING AMENDMENT Abf 
Generally, Act 19-97 

WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER 
CORPORATION WASHINGTON 
HOSPITAL CENTER 

Contract No. NFPHC-100, payment, , 
Act 19-78 



INDEX 

WATER STREET 
Closing, Law 19-19 



WEAPONS 

Microstamping, Act 19-45 
Registration, gun offenders, Act 19-45 
Waiting periods, Act 19-69 

WEBSTER GARDENS, LP 

Contract No. 0104-2010C, payment, ■ 
Act 19-70 

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. 

Contract No. CFOP-ll-C-024, payment; 
Act 19-87 



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WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARY TASK FORCE 
ESTABLISHMENT EMERGENCY ACT i 
Generally, Act 19-131 



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• Judicial estoppel 

• Law of the Case 

• Rooker-Feldman 



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CURRENT BANKRUPTCY 
LAW FROM SITTING 
BANKRUPTCY JUDGES. 



Bankruptcy Law Manual 

by Hon. Nancy C. Dreherand Hon. Joan N. Feeney 

Coauthored by sitting bankruptcy judges, the 
Manual presents authoritative analysis of 
recent developments in bankruptcy law - 
including BAPCPA 2005. It provides: 

• Insight into practice in bankruptcy courts 

• Discussion of splits of authority in various 
jurisdictions 

• Applicable procedural rules 

• Time-saving practice pointers 

It offers complete examinations of consumer 
and business bankruptcy cases, plus in-depth, 
updated treatment of general topics under the 
code, such as jurisdiction, property of the estate, 
the trustee's powers, the automatic stay, 
discharge, and claims. 



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