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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
SESSION LAW SERVICE LETTER 



2012 
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. 

Board of Elections and Ethics Electoral Process Improvement Amendment Act 
of 2012 

Law 19-131 provides for the operation of early voting centers during primary and 
general elections, extends the period for acceptance of voter registrations, provides for 
special ballots in cases of same-day registration, and expands acceptance of ballots cast by 
voters in the wrong voting precinct. 

Civil Marriage Dissolution Equality Act of 2012 

Law 19-133 allows for the dissolution of marriages performed within the District of 
Columbia if courts in the parties home states will not entertain an action to dissolve that 
marriage. 

Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation Amendment Act 
of 2012 

Law 19-137 enacts the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act, which makes 
multiple changes in election law relating to absentee ballots cast by military and overseas 
voters and extends the offense of making false statements to apply to declarations signed 
in relation to this act. 

DISB Fingerprint-Based Background Check Authorization Act of 2012 

Law 19-143 authorizes background checks to be required in conjunction with applica- 
tions for certain financial charters and licenses. 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2012 

Law 19-155 extends the jurisdiction and size of the Real Property Tax Appeals 
Commission, extends the time allowed for filing supplemental information related to an 
appeal, allows for appeals of blight and vacancy designations, and requires appeal to the 
Commission as a condition of appeal to the Superior Court. 

Unemployed Anti Discrimination Act of 2012 

Law 19-132 prohibits employers and employment agencies from discriminating against 
people on the basis of their current employment status. 

Vendor Sales Tax Collection and Remittance Act of 2012 

Law 19-149 imposes a minimum annual sales tax on street vendors and provides for 
filing of a return payment in the event that a vendor fails to do so. 



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SESSION LAW SERVICE 

2012 

19TH COUNCIL PERIOD 

Convened January 2, 2011 

Laws 19-127 to 19-165 

EMERGENCY ACTS 

April 29, 2012 to July 31, 2012 



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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 XIII 

Permanent and Temporary Laws — - 1 

Emergency Acts — ----- 199 

Budget Request Act ~~ 371 

Cumulative Tables 

1. Affected Sections — Laws Tl-1 

2. Affected Sections— Emergency Acts .- , T2-1 

Cumulative 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 

Adolf Cluss Court Alley Designation Act of 2012 - - 19-154 

Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Act of 2012 19-157 

Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Temporary Act of 2012 — - 19-145 

Age-in-Place and Equitable Senior Citizen Real Property Act of 2012 19-165 

Board of Elections and Ethics Electoral Process Improvement Amendment Act of 

2012 - 19-131 

Capitol Riverfront Bid Amendment Act of 2012 ■_„. 19-161 

Car Wash Employee Overtime Amendment Act of 2012 : — 19-127 

Carver 2000 Low-Income and Senior Housing Project Amendment Act of 2012 — - 19-151 

Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Amendment Act of 2012 : 19-164 

Civil Marriage Dissolution Equality Act of 2012 - - 19-133 

Combined Condominium Real Property Tax Amendment Act of 2012 19-150 

Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation Amendment Act of 

2012 - 19-137 

DDOT Omnibus Conforming Temporary Amendment Act of 2012 - 19-134 

DISB Fingerprint-Based Background Check Authorization Act of 2012 - 19-143 

Elizabeth P. Thomas Way Designation Act of 2012 : 19-159 

Fiscal Year 2012 Revised Budget Request Adjustment Temporary Act of 2012 19-148 

Foster Care Youth Employment Amendment Act of 2012 19-162 

Fresh Healthy Mobile Cart Vending 'Pilot in Underserved Areas Temporary 

Amendment Act of 20 12 19-144 

Green Building Compliance, Technical Corrections, and Clarification Amend- . 

ment Act of 2012 - - 19-139 

Hilda H.M. Mason Way Designation Act of 2012 — 19-163 

HIV/AIDS Continuing Education Requirements Amendment Act of 2012 19-156 

Jubilee Housing Residential Rental Project Real Property Tax Exemption Clarifi- 
cation Act of 2012 19-158 

King Towers Residential Housing Real Property Tax Exemption Clarification Act 

of 2012 ._ 19-153 

Lottery Amendment Repeal Amendment Act of 2012 — 19-128 

Mechanics Lien Amendment Act of 2012 - 19-138 

Medical Marijuana Cultivation Center Temporary Amendment Act of 2012 19-146 

Moratorium on Establishments Which Permit Nude Dancing Temporary Act of 

2012 19-129 

Raising the Expectations for Education Outcomes Omnibus Act of 2012 19-142 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2012 19-155 

Senior HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach Program Establishment Act of 2012 — 19-152 

South Capitol Street Memorial Amendment Act of 2012 — 19-141 

Targeted Retirement Distribution Withholding Temporary Act of 2012 — 19-135 

Tenant Security Deposits Clarification Amendment Act of 2012 19-140 

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LA\^S IN THIS PAMPHLET 

Law 

Unemployed Anti-Discrimination Act of 2012 19-132 

Unemployment Compensation Funds Appropriation Authorization Act of 2012—. 19-136 

Vendor Sales Tax Collection and Remittance Act of 2012 :...., 19-149 

Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives Designation Act of 2012 — - :_.—.....„._. 19-160 

Workforce Job Development Grant-Making Authority Temporary Act of 2012 19-130 

Wrongful Death Temporary Act of 2012 ^^,-,-^— , — - 19-147 



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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 

Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Technical Correction Emergen- 
cy Amendment Act of 2012 19-370 

Blue Plains Intermunicipal Agreement of 2012 Congressional Approval Emergen- 
cy Request Act of 2012 , 19-422 

Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment and Comprehen- 
sive Ethics Reform Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 19-371 

Career and Technical Education Plan Establishment Emergency Act of 2012 19-408 

Carver 2000 Low-Income and Senior Housing Project Congressional Review 

Emergency Act of 2012 19-407 

Change Order No. 002 to Contract No. GM-11-M-0124B-FM Approval and 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2012 - 19-401 

Change Order No. 14 to Contract No. DCAM-2008-C-0066 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 2012 19-419 

Cogeneration Equipment Personal Property Tax Exemption Emergency Act of 

2012 - 19-414 

Comprehensive Impaired Driving and Alcohol Testing Program Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012 :.. - 19-429 

Contract Modifications Approval Emergency Act of 2012 19-430 

Contract No. DCBE-2009-C-0002 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2012 19-425 

Contract No. DCEB-DMPED-ll-C-0019 Approval and Payment Authorization 

Emergency Act of 2012 : 19-386 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modification Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2012 - - - — 19-388 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Modification Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2012 19-389 

Contract No. DCHT-2012-C-0021 Approval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act of 2012 19-402 

Contract No. DCPO-2011-C-00 19-01 Modification Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act of 2012 - — - 19-417 

Contract No. DCPO-2011-C-0019-02 Modification Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act of 2012 - — - 19-418 

Contract No. DCPO-2011-C-0019-03 Modification Approval and Payment Au- 
thorization Emergency Act of 2012 19-421 

Contract No. DCPO-2011-T-0075 Modifications Approval and Payment Authori- 
zation Emergency Act of 2012 - 19-412 

Contract No. NFPHC-121 Modifications Approval and Payment Authorization 

Emergency Act of 2012 — - -— - 19-426 

Criminal Penalty for Unregistered Motorist Repeal Emergency Amendment Act 

of 2012 _.. — 19-404 

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EMERGENCY ACTS IN THIS PAMPHLET 

Act 

Department of Health Functions Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 

2012 .- 19-391 

District Department of Transportation Bicycle Sharing Fund Emergency Amend- 
ment Act of 2012 - - —19-424 

District Department of Transportation Grant Authority Congressional Review 

Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 — — - — 19-405 

District Department of Transportation Grant Authority Emergency Amendment 

Act of 2012 - - .———„„ — — - 19-353 

District of Columbia Public Schools Partnership Emergency Act of 2012 19-395 

District of Columbia School Reform Extension of Time Emergency Amendment 

Act of 2012 , , 19-410 

DOC Inmate Processing and Release Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 19-428 

Downtown Bid Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 — , „- — : 19-427 

Firearms Amendments Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 

2012 — 19-394 

Firearms Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 - '- - - -, 19-352 

Fiscal Year 2012 Revised Budget Request Adjustment Emergency Act of 2012 — - 19-351 
Fiscal Year 2012 Second Revised Budget Request Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Adjustment Act of 2012 ------------------i^--^ 19-406 

Fiscal Year 2012 Second Revised Budget Request Emergency Adjustment Act of 

2012 ______________._:..J..^ 19-382^ 

Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2012'-: 19-413 

Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Emergency Act of 2012— — — — — — -- 19-^383 

Health Benefits Plan Grievance Emergency Amendment Act of 2012— --- 19^409 

Heat Wave Safety Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 — — - 19-392^ 

Immigration Detainer Compliance Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 — 19-379 ' 

Meridian Public Charter School — Harrison Campus Property Tax Exemption 

Emergency Act of 2012 - - - _ .— . _. 19^415 ' 

Saving D.C. Homes From Foreclosure Enhanced Emergency Amendment Act of 

2012. - - — - - — - 19^378^ 

Sign Regulation Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 - -___,_- 19^387 

Task Orders to Human Care Agreement No. DCJZ-2008-H-0005 Approval and 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2012. - - 19-420 

Taxicab Service Improvement Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 — 19-403 

Unity Health Care, Inc. Services Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2012 19-411 

Verizon Center Graphics and Entertainment Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 19-423 
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Base Realignment and Closure Homeless 

Assistance Submission Emergency Approval Act of 2012 —____.__ 19-393 

Workforce Job Development Grant-Making Authority Congressional Review \ ; 

Emergency Act of 2012 — — — ___„__ __„„„„„„ — __......._ r __^.. 19-377 

Wrongful Death Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2012 _—-----—----:-— 19-390' 



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COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

Phil Mendelson, Chairman 

Yvette M. Alexander Jack Evans 

Marion Barry Jim Graham 

Muriel Bowser Kenyan R. McDuffie 

Michael A. Brown Vincent B. Orange, Sr. 

David A: Catania Tommy Wells 
Mary M. Cheh 



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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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

SESSION LAWS 

2012 

LAWS, EMERGENCY ACTS, AND BUDGET REQUEST ACT 



19th Council Session 



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19th Council Period 
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY LAWS 



CAR WASH EMPLOYEE OVERTIME AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-127 

Act 19-321 

AN ACT to amend the Minimum Wage Act Revision Act of 1992 to remove the exemption 
prohibiting car wash employees from receiving the protections of the District's overtime law. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Car Wash Employee Overtime Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec 2. Section 5(b)(4) of the Minimum Wage Act Revision Act of 1992, effective March 25, 
1993 (D.C. Law 9-248; D.C. Official Code § 32-1004(b)(4)), is repealed. 

Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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: March 18, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



Law 19-128 19th Council Period 

LOTTERY AMENDMENT REPEAL AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-128 

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AN ACT to amend the Law to Legalize Lotteries, Daily Numbers Games, and Bingo and Raffles for 
Charitable Purposes in the District of Columbia to repeal the i-gaming law. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited.as the "Lottery Amendment Repeal Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 2-2513 of section 4 of 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 § 3-1313), is amended to read as follows: 

"Section 2-2513. Operation of lottery. 

"The Board shall operate and conduct a lottery and shall determine the number of times a 
lottery shall be held each year, the form and price of tickets, and the number and value of 
prizes to winning participants, determined in a manner and on a basis designated by the 
Board. The proceeds of the sale of tickets shall be deposited in the Fund from which prizes 
shall be paid according to regulations established by the Board under section 2-2512 of this 
chapter. The Board may provide, by regulation for the payment of prizes, to winners directly 
by licensed agents.". ' .....-■' .../■' \ '/•,./.■'.:, /'...;■. „ i ■■"'■■. 

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 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: March 18, 2012. 

-EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. ■,...)■-' ::■.'', 



MORATORIUM ON ESTABLISHMENTS WHICH PERMIT .. p 

NUDE DANCING TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012^ f ! f '"'! t 

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Act 19-323 

A^f ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 25-374 of the District of Columbia Official Code to,T 
place a moratorium on establishments that permit nude dancing in Ward 5. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That t;h& 
act may be cited as the "Moratorium on Establishments Which Permit Nude Dancing* 
Temporary Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 25-374 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by adding a . 
new section (a-1) to read as follows: , -V , > 



2012 Legislation Law 19-130, § 2 

"(a-1) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, no class CN license with nude 
dancing shall be issued in or transferred into Ward 5, as defined by § 1-1041.03; provided, 
that this section shall not prohibit the transfer of an existing £N license with nude dancing 
within Ward 5.". 

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 18, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



WORKFORCE JOB DEVELOPMENT GRANT-MAKING 
AUTHORITY TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-130 

Act 19-327 

AN ACT to authorize, on a temporary basis, the Director of the Department of Employment 
Services to issue grants from funds appropriated to or received by the Department of 
Employment Services for workforce job development purposes. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Workforce Job Development Grant-Making Authority Temporary 
Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Workforce job development grant-making authority. 

(a) The Director of the Department of Employment Services ("DOES") may issue grants to 
individuals and organizations from the funds made available to the DOES pursuant to local 
appropriations or the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998, approved August 7, 1998 
(112 Stat. 936; 29 U.S.C § 2822), for workforce development purposes, including increasing 
occupational skills, job retention, employment opportunities, and earnings of the District's 
workforce pursuant to: 

(1) Section 2 of the Youth Employment Act of 1979, effective January 5, 1980 (D.C. Law 
3^6; D.C. Official Code § 32-241); 

(2) Section 2a of the Youth Employment Act of 1979, effective January 5, 1980 (D.C. Law 
3^6; D.C. Official Code § 32-242); 

(3) Section 203 of the Way to Work Amendment Act of 2006, effective June 8, 2006 (D.C. 
Law 16-118; D.C. Official Code § 32-752); 

(4) Sections 2102 and 2103 of the Transitional Employment Program and Apprenticeship 
Initiative Establishment Act of 2005, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; D.C. 
Official Code §§ 32-1331 and 32-1332); and 

(5) Section 11 of the Workforce Investment Implementation Act of 2000, effective July 
18, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-150; D.C. Official Code § 32-1610). 



Law 19-130, ■■§:. 2 19th Coiiricil Period 

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of D.C. Official Code § 47-368.06, grants that riiay)be 
issued pursuant to this section include grants that the Mayor, Director of the DOES, obiari» 
agency receives through an intra-District transfer, a memorandum of understanding, ' soma) 
reprogramming from an agency lacking grant-making authority. .'■ mltr// 

(c) The Director of the DOES may issue rules to implement the provisions of this act ' v P t 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement ;^T 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Fihahdal Officer as the fiscal' 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Aci:V 
approved December 24, i973 (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. ( ; : . .- ,.,- ;. f 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect .< f > t \ ;; - ; ?. ■- y, • ; vv / 
APPROVED: March 19, 2012. 0!' ,. ^ ,; ? / 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. . 



BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS ELECTORAL PROCESS 
IMPROVEMENT AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-131 

_ Act 19-328 . /:l 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955 to establish consistent rules for 
all same-day registrants to vote by special ballot, to mandate that the District of Columbia 
Board of Elections and Ethics ("Board") operate at least 4 early voting centers during primary 
and general elections, to establish that the Board will count votes cast by an individual voting 
out of precinct to the fullest extent possible, and to establish the deadline for voter registration ; 
by mail. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Board of Elections and Ethics Electoral Process Improvement 
Amendment Act of 2012". . ' •- 

Sec. 2. The District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12!, 1955 '« (69 
Stat 699; D.C. Official Code § 1-1001.01 et seq.\ is amended as follows; ■',',, ;."*■.: ;. ^V,,'/. 

(a) Section 7(g) (D.C. Official Code § l-1001.07(g)) is amended as follows: : ^ : vv ; • 3 : i; ' 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase 1 "5:00 p.m. on the 31st day preceding 
any election" and inserting the phrase "4:45 P.M. on the 1 30th day preceding any election, : or 
such time on that day as the Board's office remains open to receive registrations," in its 
place. 

(2) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase "law; provided, that, for each 
election occurring before December 31, 2010, the individual shall cast a special ballot, 
subject to the Board's verification of residence; provided further, that for each election 
occurring after December 31, 2010, if the individual does not present a government-issued 

* and valid photo identification card showing the individual's address, the individual shall cast 
a special ballot, subject to the Board's verification of residence." and inserting the phrase 
"law, District law, or Board regulation. Each individual who registers on Election Day 
shall cast a special ballot, subject to the Board's verification of residence." in its place. 

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(3) Paragraph (7)(A)(i) is amended by striking the phrase "register but" and inserting 
the phrase "register and vote in the election, but" in its place. 

(b) Section 9 (D.C. Official Code §. 1-1001.09) is amended as follows: 

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

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "the vote of a person who is a 
registered qualified elector of the District shall be valid only if the vote is cast in the 
voting precinct that serves his or her current residence address" and inserting the 
phrase "each registered qualified elector shall cast his or her vote in the voting precinct 
that serves his or her current residence address" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "federal election contests and for 
any District-wide election contests" and inserting the phrase "all contests for which the 
elector would have been eligible to cast votes had he or she cast a vote in the correct 
voting precinct" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b-l)(l) is amended by striking the phrase "an early voting center in each 
of the 8 election wards" and inserting the phrase "no fewer than 4 early voting centers" in 
its place. 

Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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: March 19, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



UNEMPLOYED ANTI-DISCRIMINATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-132 

Act 19-329 

AN ACT to prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of an individual's status as 
unemployed. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Unemployed Anti-Discrimination Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "Employee" means any individual employed by an employer. 

(2) "Employer" means any person who employs or seeks to employ for compensation one 
or more individuals for a position in the District (but not including the person's parent, 
spouse, child, or domestic servant engaged in work in and about the employer's household). 
The term "employer" includes any person acting in the interest of the person, directly or 
indirectly. 

(3) "Employment agency" means any person regularly undertaking or attempting, with 
or without compensation, to procure employees for an employer or to procure for 
employees opportunities to work for an employer, and includes an agent of that person. 



l^aw M±132, § 2 19th t&uftdlWiotf 

- " ; (4) -Potential employee" means any individual who has applied to an employer fbr a 
vacant position to gain employment. ■ . ■ ■ > : ! ) 

(5) "Status as unemployed" means any individual who, at the time of applying, if or 
employment, or, who at the time an act alleged to violate this act occurs, does not have a 
job, is available for work, and is seeking employment. .... . 

.■■See.; 3, -Discrimination based on status as unemployed unlawful .■;. . .., .:..,,:-. ^ 

Noemployer or employment agency shall: ; --< ' 'j ^ j yunro/ 

; (1) Fail or refuse to consider for employment, or fail or refuse to hire; an ihffi^du?il i & an 
employee because of the individual's status as unemployed; or " " ■■ ^vvm j,ui; 

L ' (2) Publish, in print, on the Internet, or in any other medium, ; an< M^rlisement or 
announcement for any vacancy in a job for employment that includes: ' ]: '[ -f f ^''[f f t f ./' : > l ] r> 
(A) Any provision stating or indicating that an individual's istaiiu^.'^'.'^empl^yed 
disqualifies the individual for the job; or "''"'. 

■ v ;.■■■;■■ . •■.■.:;' ] '-H ( (i ) 

... (B) Any provision stating or indicating that an employment agency will not consider or 
hire an individual for employment based on that individual's status as unemployed. 

Sec. 4. Retaliation unlawful. 

No employer or employment agency shall: 

(1) Interfere with, restrain, or deny the exercise of, or the attempted exercise of, any ; 
right provided under this act; or -.■■■,. - ; ,l 

(2) Fail or refuse to hire, or discharge, any employee or potential employee because the 
employee or potential employee: . , ; 

(A) Opposed any practice made unlawful by this act; , < y 

.'■'■■■■: (B) Has filed any charge, or has instituted or caused to be instituted any proceedings 
■" relating to any right provided under this act; 

, (C) Has given, or is about to give, any information in connection with any inquiry or' 
proceeding relating to any right provided under this act; or 

(D) Has testified, or is about to testify, in any inquiry or proceeding relating to any 
right provided under this act. 

Sec. 5. Exemptions. 

(a) Nothing set forth in this act shall be ^ construed. , as ..prohibiting;,. an employer or 
employment agency from publishing, in print, oh 1 the Ihtefndt^or iii any'' other medium, an 
advertisement for any job vacancy that contains any provision setting forth any other 
qualifications for a job, as permitted by law, including: 

(1) The holding of a current and valid professional or occupational license; 

(2) A certificate, registration, permit, or other credential; or 

(3) A minimum: level of education, training or professioriaVioe^ 

ence.. * Jyr^^i^nMm 

: (b) Nothing in this act is intended to preclude an employer or employment, agency freon 
examining the reasons underlying an individual's status as unemployed in' assegsin^an. 
individual's ability to perform a job or in otherwise making employment decisions about fcatT 
individual. : .^ ■: '; 

(c) Nothing in this act shall be construed as prohibiting an employer or employment 
agency from publishing, in print, on the Internet, or in any other medium, an advertisement 
for any job vacancy that contains any provision stating that only applicants who are currently 
employed by the employer will be considered for Employment. v.; , 

Sec. 6. Oversight. ; ■■.■'..■■;.:■..■ ■_, U. ;;..■. .■.,.* -,..,-,, 

(a) The District of Columbia Office of Human Eights ("Office") shall receive, reviewy and 
investigate complaints regarding violations of this act and shall take appropriate enforcement 
action regarding the complaints. , - ' ' ^ : ' ;;,'■ 

i (b) The Office shall respond to a complaint arising pursuant to this act no later than one 
mbnth after the complaint is filed. >■■>'• "I l J l! ! < r ■•■> 

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(c) The Office shall assess civil penalties in all cases where the Office determines that an 
employer or employment agency has committed a violation of this act. 

Sec. 7. Civil penalties. 

(a) An employer or employment agency that the Office finds to have violated this act shall 
be subject to a civil penalty for a first violation of $1,000 per claimant, $ 5,000 per claimant for 
a second violation, and $10,000 per claimant for each subsequent violation, but not to exceed a 
total of $20,000 per violation. The Office shall collect the penalty from the violator and 
distribute the funds collected among any employee or potential employee who filed a claim 
regarding a violation of this act. 

(b) Nothing set forth in this act shall be construed as creating, establishing, or authorizing 
a private cause of action by t an aggrieved person against an employer or employment agency 
who has violated, or is alleged to have violated, the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 8. Rules. 

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 rules 
to implement the provisions of this act The proposed rules shall be submitted to the Council 
for a 30-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, in whole or 
in part, by resolution within this 30-day review period, the proposed rules shall be deemed 
approved. 

Sec. 9. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

Sec. 10. 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. 11. 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: March 19, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



CIVIL MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION EQUALITY ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-133 

Act 19-330 

AN ACT to amend section 16-902 of the District of Columbia Official Code to provide a mechanism 
for the dissolution of a marriage that was performed in the District of Columbia but the 
parties to which reside in another jurisdiction that does not recognize the marriage or 
otherwise will not maintain an action to dissolve the marriage. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Civil Marriage Dissolution Equality Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 16-902 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to read as 
follows: 
"§ 16-902. Residency requirements. 

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"(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no action for divorce orf legal 
separation shall be maintainable unless one of the parties to the marriage has been a^ona-j 
fide resident of the District of Columbia for at least 6 months next preceding the commence- 
ment of the action. 

"(b)(1) An action for divorce by persons of the same gender, even if neither party to '.tlie, 
marriage is -a bona fide resident of the District of Columbia at the time the action' is | 
commenced, shall be maintainable if the following apply: "' ' ' ;' ' " 

"(A) The marriage was performed in the District of Columbia; and '-U 

"(B) Neither party to the marriage resides in a jurisdiction that will maintain an action 
for divorce. 

"(2) It shall be a rebuttable presumption that a jurisdiction will not maintain an action 
for divorce if the jurisdiction does not recognize the marriage. 7 ? '' 

"(3) Any action for divorce as provided by this subsection shall be adjudicated ' in 
accordance with the laws of the District of Columbia, , - 

"(c) No action for annulment of a marriage performed outside the District of Columbia or 
for affirmance of any marriage shall be maintainable unless one of the parties is a bona fide 
resident of the District of Columbia at the time of the commencement of the action. 

' "(d) The residence of the parties to an action for annulment of a marriage performed in the 
District of Columbia shall not be considered in determining whether the action shall be, 
maintainable. 

"(e) If a member of the armed forces of the United , States resides in the District of 
Columbia for a continuous period of 6 rhonths' during his or her period of military service, he 
or she shall be deemed to reside in the District of Columbia for purposes of this section ' 
only.". ^ - : ; ,y. ' 

Sec. 3. ' 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. 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), 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: March 20, 2012. .-■;■" 

EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



DDOT OMNIBUS CONFORMING TEMPORARY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-134 

Act 19-331 ' ■•.-<<■■ ■•■'■■■ ;■■■. ■"/ L 

AN ACT to amende on a temporary basis, the District of Columbia Motor Vehicle Parking Facility 
Act of 1942 to make its meter parking provision consistent with the like meter parking 
provision set forth in section 11 of An Act Making appropriations for the government of the 
District of Columbia and other activities chargeable in whole or in part against the revenues of, 
such District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1939, and for other purposes. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "DDOT Omnibus Conforming Temporary Amendment Act of 2012". 

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2012 Legislation Law 19-135, § 2 

Sec. 2. Section 3 of the District of Columbia Motor Vehicle Parking Facility Act of 1942, 
approved February 16, 1942 (56 Stat. 91; D.C. Official Code § 50-2603), is amended by 
adding a new paragraph (8) to read as follows: 

"(8) As of October 1, 2011, all fees collected for the parking of vehicles where meters or 
devices are installed shall be dedicated annually to paying the District's annual operating 
subsidies to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, except for fees collected 
. in performance parking pilot zones, pursuant to the Performance Parking Pilot Zone Act of 
2008, effective November 25, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-279; D.C. Official Code § 50-2531 et seq.) 
("2008 act"), and dedicated in section 5 of the 2008 act.". 

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)). 

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. 
Deemed approved without signature, March 23, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



TARGETED RETIREMENT DISTRIBUTION WITHHOLDING 
TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-135 

Act 19-332 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 47-1812.08 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to provide that District tax shall be withheld from a retirement distribution that is a 
lump-sum payment of a payee's entire account balance. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Targeted Retirement Distribution Withholding Temporary Act of 
2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 47-1812.08(m) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to read 
as follows: 

"(m)(l) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, if a resident payee receives 
a payment from a retirement plan or retirement account that is a lump-sum distribution, 
District income tax shall be withheld on the lump-sum distribution by the payor at the highest 
District individual income.tax rate that is in effect at the time of the distribution. 

"(2) Paragraph (1) of this subsection shall not apply to: 

"(A) Any portion of a lump-sum payment that was previously subject to tax; 

"(B) An eligible rollover distribution that is effected as a direct trustee to trustee 
transfer; or 

"(C) A rollover from an individual retirement account to a traditional or Roth 
individual retirement account that is effected as a direct trustee to trustee transfer. 

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

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*:■;■;'■ "(A) "Lump-sum distribution" means a payment from a payor to a resident payee of 
the resident payee's entire account balance, exclusive of any other tax withholding and ■ 
any administrative charges and fees. :, ;■■'-; 

, .: "(B) "Retirement account" or "retirement plan" means: 

.*'■'' " : ; "(i) A qualified employee plan; - 

] "(ii) A qualified employee annuity plan; , '/ '/" ^ .'..'.'", ' ' , ,,■ 

_;...,; : ! "(iii) A defined contribution plan; y, .■■■.; ^ ., r- •■*:■■ .;^ '^? ' ^/^0^ 

"(iv) A defined benefit plan; ' - '"-v ! -.v'.-. >/■.'.■■ >, r; . , ; :V, : ;; ; '^r'j 

"(vi) An individual retirement, account; ^ ;;ys r^iM./' I^r'v 

' .'. v "(vii) Any combination of the plans and account listed in sub.-subparagriaphs . (i) 
■■-'■ 'through (vi) of this subparagraph; or < r , . 

"(viii) Any similarly situated account or plain as defined by the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1986. 

"(4) This subsection shall apply within 5 days of the effective date of the Targeted 
i Retirement Distribution Withholding Emergency Act of 2012, effective February 24, 2012 
•(DA Act 19-316; 58DCR^).'\ ; 

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.a Official Code ,§ ; 1-206.Q2 (c)(3)); 

Sec 4. Effective date. ,:■ a\ : : , . ^ 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 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)(13)/ and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: March 23, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUNDS APPROPRIATION 
AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2012 

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>. >-..,,-: I,.- ...... .■■;.. V-; - ' Act<19^33 ;< ! ' 

AN ACT to authorize 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. ; t< ? t />;r; n 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That^ 
act may be cited as the "Unemployment Compensation Funds Appropriation Authorization 
Act of 2012". - ,.;^ : , < ■ > ; ...r \ ; f \ ■ i IT 

Sec. 2. From the funds distributed to the District of Columbia; account in the Unemploy- 
ment Compensation Trust Fund, pursuant to section 903(f) of the ■ Social Security Act, 
approved August 5, 1954 (68 Stat. 670; 42 U.S.C. § 1103(f)X"SSA"), the Council, pursuant to 
section 903(c) of the 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 
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Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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)Vand publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: March 23, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: May 31, 2012. 



COMPREHENSIVE MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS 
ACCOMMODATION AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-137 

Act 19-334 

AN ACT to enact the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act, to expand the class of covered 
military and overseas voters, to extend to District elections the assistance and protections for 
military and overseas voters currently found in federal law, to require that absentee ballots for 
all elections be sent at least 45 days before an election, to require the electronic transmission 
of voting materials, including blank absentee ballots for all elections, upon request, and to 
extend the acceptance of the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot as a back-up measure for all 
elections; to amend the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955 to accommodate the federal 
Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act's requirement that the District of Columbia 
Board of Elections and Ethics transmit validly requested absentee ballots no later than 45 days 
before a federal election to those absent uniformed services and overseas voters who timely 
requested such ballots, and to allow more time for the board to resolve challenges to 
nominating and ballot measure petitions; to amend the District of Columbia Theft and White 
Collar Crimes Act of 1982 to provide that a person signing a declaration required under the 
Uniform Military Overseas Voters Act knowing that the facts stated in the filing are not true . 
may be prosecuted for the offense of making a false statement; and to amend the District of 
Columbia Election Code of 1955 and the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1976 to make 
conforming adjustments to time frames applicable to elections necessary to implement the 
Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation 
Amendment Act of 2012". 

TITLE I. UNIFORM MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS ACT 

Sec. 101. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act of 2012". 

Sec. 102. Definitions. * 

For the purposes of this act, the term: 

(1) "Board" means the Board of Elections and Ethics, established by section 3 of the 
District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12, 1955 (69 Stat. 699; D.C. 
Official Code § 1-1001.03). 

(2) "Covered voter" means: 

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(A) A uniformed-service voter or an overseas voter who is registered to vote' - imthe 
; District; .■ t ,^-p 

(B) A uniformed-service voter whose voting residence is in the District andn wh& 
otherwise satisfies the District's voter eligibility requirements; ■■ ,-rtoU 

(C) An overseas voter who, before leaving the United States, was last eligible to ^ote 

• v . in the District and, except for a District residency requirement* otherwise satisfies 'the 
District's voter eligibility requirements; , \t,M 

(D) An overseas voter who, before leaving the United States, would have been last ; 
eligible to vote in the District had the voter then been of voting age and, except for l a^ 
District residency requirement, otherwise satisfies the District's voter eligibility- ree]uire u 
ments; or , . h ;w; ; : 

(E) An overseas voter who was born outside the United States, is not described in 
subparagraphs (C) or (D) of this paragraph, and, except for a District residency 
requirement, otherwise satisfies the District's voter eligibility requirements if: 

(i) Before leaving the United States, the voter's last place of residence was with a 
parent or legal guardian who resided within the Distriefr; and : '■/ : 'J/. > 

(ii) The voter has not previously registered to vote In any other state. 

(3) "Dependent" means an individual recognized as a dependent of a uniformed service 
voter. : - '■ 

(4) "District" means the District of Columbia. 

(5) "Federal postcard application" means the application prescribed under section 
101(b)(2) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August. 
28, 1986 (100 Stat. 924; 42 U.S.C. § 1973ff(b)(2)). 

■' (6) "Federal write-in absentee ballot" means the ballot described in section 103 of the 
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August 28, 1986 (100 
Stat. 925;42 U.S.C. § 1973ff-2). '-; 

(7) "Military-overseas ballot" means: ; 

(A) A federal write-in absentee ballot; 

(B) A ballot specifically prepared or distributed for use by a covered voter in 
accordance with this act; or 

(C) A ballot cast by a covered voter in accordance with this act. 

(8) "Overseas voter" means a United States citizen who is outside the United States. 

(9) "State" means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico^ the 
United States Virgin Islands, or any ,J:erritory. , or insular possession, subject, to,, the 
jurisdiction of the United States. „>v ■.,<; ,--.i ■..■-. ,;; ..: • h'.i ^ .<;v;ji -i 

(10) "Uniformed service" means: 

(A) Active and reserve components ofithe.Am^ JSiarjhe. .Cpi^si ' pgr. 
Coast Guard of the United States; ;iJ " v "'-'-'-'v r ' - ; -/ij r^nriVir/' 

(B) The Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the 
commissioned corps of the National Oceanic, and ^Atmospheric Administration of the 
United States; or - ; " m,/i ^' )r -- ■ ^ : ^" 

(C) The National Guard and state militia. . ' ; J r U . a i ;,v\> \ 

(11) "Uniformed-service voter" means an individual who is ; qualified to vote and is: ■ ... v 

(A) A member of the active or reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, 
Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States who is on active duty; 

(B) A member of the Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health 
Service j or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra^ 
tion of the United States; 

■(C) A member on activated status of the National Guard or state militia; or : 

(D) A spouse or dependent of a member referred to in this paragraph. . - .; 

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(12) "United States," used in the territorial sense, means the several states* the District 
of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and any territory or insular 
possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. 

Sec. 103. Elections covered. 

The voting procedures in this act apply to: 

(1) A general, special, or primary election for President, Vice President, or District of 
Columbia Delegate to the United States House of Representatives; 

(2) A general, special, or primary election for Mayor, Chairman of the Council, member 
of the Council, member of the State Board of Education, or Attorney General for the 
District of Columbia; 

(3) An initiative, referendum, or recall measure; and 

(4) A proposed Charter amendment. 
Sec. 104. Role of Board. 

(a) The Board is responsible for implementing this act and the District's responsibilities 
under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August 28, 1986 
(100 Stat. 924; 42 U.S.C. 1973ff et seq.). 

(b) The Board shall make available to covered voters information regarding voter registra- 
tion procedures for covered voters and procedures for casting military-overseas ballots. 

(c) The Board shall establish an electronic transmission system through which a covered 
voter may apply for and receive voter registration materials, military-overseas ballots, and 
other information under this act. 

(d) The Board shall: 

(1) Develop standardized absentee-voting materials, including privacy and transmission 
envelopes, authentication materials, and voting instructions to be used with the military- 
overseas ballot of a voter authorized to vote in any jurisdiction in the District; and 

(2) To the extent reasonably possible, coordinate with other states to carry out this 
subsection. 

(e) The Board shall prescribe the form and content of a declaration for use by a covered 
voter to swear or affirm specific representations pertaining to the voter's identity, eligibility 
to vote, status as a covered voter, and timely and proper completion of an overseas-military 
ballot. The declaration must be based on the declaration prescribed to accompany a federal 
write-in absentee ballot, as modified to be consistent with this act. The Board shall ensure 
that a form for the execution of the declaration, including an indication of the date of 
execution of the declaration, is a prominent part of all balloting materials for which the 
declaration is required. 

Sec. 105. Overseas voter's registration address. 

In registering to vote, an overseas voter who is eligible to vote in the District must be 
assigned to the voting precinct of the address of the last place of residence of the voter in the - 
District, or, in the case of a voter described by section 102(2)(E), the address of the last place 
of residence in the District of the parent or legal guardian of the voter. If that address is no 
longer a recognized residential address, the voter must be assigned an address for voting 
purposes. 

Sec. 106. Methods of registering to vote. 

(a) To apply to register to vote, a covered voter may use a federal postcard application or 
the application's electronic equivalent, or any other method approved under federal law. 

(b) A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee 
ballot to apply to register to vote if the declaration is received by 30 days before the election. 

(c) The Board shall ensure that the electronic transmission system described in section 
104(c) is capable of accepting both a federal postcard application and any other approved 
electronic registration application sent to the Board. The voter may use the electronic 
transmission system or any other method approved under federal law to register to vote. 

Sec. 107. Methods of applying for military-overseas ballot. 

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'■(a) A covered voter who is registered to vote in the District may apply for a military- 
overseas ballots either the regular absentee ballot application on the form prescribed by 
the Board or the federal postcard application or the application's electronic equivalent. 

(b) A covered voter who is not registered to vote in the District may use a federal postcard 
application or the application's electronic equivalent to apply to register to vote under section 
106 and for a military-overseas ballot. 

(c) The Board shall ensure tha;t the electronic transmission system described in, section 
104(c) is capable, of accepting the submission of both a federal postcard application 'and, any 
otiier approved electronic military-overseas ballot application sent to the Board./ Thd; voter 
may use the' electronic transmission system or any other method approved under federal. law 
to apply for a military-overseas ballot. ' * 

(d) A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee 
ballot as an application for a military-overseas ballot simultaneously with the submission of 
the federal write-in absentee ballot, if the declaration is received by the Board by the ; 7th day 
before the election, . , . 

/(e) To receive the benefits of this act, a covered voter must inform the Board that the voter, 

is a covered voter. Methods of informing the Board that a voter, is a covered voter inc|u(i^:; 

,- (1) The use of a federal postcard application or federal write-in absentee ballot; ; -^ w , . 

V (2) The use of an overseas address on an approved voter registration application or ballot/ 
application; and . ,,.. ,- , ,.?,. .,,, - ,,] ■..,.:. ... , \: 

; , (3) The inclusion on an approved; voter registration' application : ; or ballot application of- 
other information sufficient to identify the voter as a covered voter. ■.•■■■■"'.. 

(f) This act does not preclude a covered voter from voting with a regular absentee ballot as 
authorized by the Board. 

Sec. 108. ; Timeliness and scope of application for military-overseas ballot. . j 

An application for a military-overseas ballot is timely if received by the 7th day before the 
election. An application for a military-overseas ballot for a primary election, whether or not 
timely, is effective as an application for a military-overseas ballot for the general election. 

gee. 109. ■, Transmission of unvoted ballots. ; 

(a) For anelection described in section 103 for which the District has not received a waiver/ 
pursuant to section 102(g)(2) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Acty 
approved August 28, 1986 (100 Stat. 925; 42 U.S.C. § 1973ff-l (g)(2)), no later than 45 days 
before the election or, if the 45th day before the election is a weekend or holiday, no later 
than the business day preceding the 45th day, the Board shall transmit a ballot and balloting 
materials to all covered voters who by that date submit a valid military-overseas ballot- 
application. ■■.,.-', 

(b) A covered voter who requests that a ballot and balloting materials be sent to the 'voter 
by electronic transmission may choose facsimile .transmission pr electronic mail delivery,, orj if 
offered by the District, Internet delivery. The Board shall transmit, the ballot and balloting, 
materials to the voter using the means of transmission chosen.by the voter. , , ,, ,: , r; ,, :,] 

(c) If a ballot application from a covered voter arrives after the District begins transmitting 
ballots and balloting materials to voters 1 , the Board, shall transmit the ballot and balloting! 
materials to the voter no later than 2 business days after the application arrives. .■■■<; -. \; t iq 

Sec. 110. Timely casting of ballot , ^m 7 ■ -..■■■ .-r^ h o :■'. ■■■■. ■'<■ J^\ ,-vrf 

To be valid, a military-overseas ballot must be submitted by the voter on the date" of the 
election by mailing or other authorized means of delivery no later than 12:01 a.m. at the place; 
where the voter completes the ballot. ; ; ; 

Sec. 111. Federal write-in absentee ballot. 

: A covered voter may use a federal write-in absentee ballot to vote for all offices and ballot 
measures in ah election described in section 103. 

; Sec. 112. Receipt of voted ballot. '<>■.-' 

■' '(a)' A valid military-overseas ballot cast in accordance with section lib must be counted if it 
is delivered within 10 days after the election to, the address that; the Board has specified. 

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(b) If, at the time of completing a military-overseas ballot and balloting materials, the voter 
has declared under penalty of perjury that the ballot was timely submitted, the ballot may not 
be rejected on the basis that it has a late postmark, an unreadable postmark, or no postmark. 

Sec. 113. Declaration. 

A military-overseas ballot must include or be accompanied by a declaration signed by the 
voter that a material misstatement of fact in completing the ballot may be grounds for a 
conviction of making a false statement under the laws of the District. 

Sec. 114. Confirmation of receipt of application and voted ballot. 

The Board shall implement an electronic free-access system by which a covered voter may 
determine by telephone, electronic mail, or Internet whether: 

(1) The voter's federal postcard application or other registration or military-overseas 
ballot application has been received and accepted; and 

(2) The voter's military-overseas ballot has been received and the current status of the 
ballot. 

Sec. 115. Use of voter's electronic-mail address. 

(a) The Board shall request an electronic-mail address from each covered voter who 
registers to vote after the effective date of this act. An electronic-mail address provided by a 
covered voter, or by any other District voter, may not be made available to the public or any 
individual or organization other than an authorized agent of the Board and is exempt from 
disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act of 1976, effective March 25, 1977 (D.C. Law 
1-96; D.C. Official Code § 2-531 et seq.). The address may be used only for official 
communication with the voter about the voting process, including transmitting military- 
overseas ballots and election materials if the voter has requested electronic transmission, and 
verifying the voter's mailing address and physical location. The request for an electronic- 
mail address must describe the purposes for which the electronic-mail address may be used 
and include a statement that any other use or disclosure of the electronic-mail address is 
prohibited. 

(b) A covered voter who provides an electronic-mail address may request that the voter's 
application for a military-overseas ballot be considered a standing request for electronic 
delivery of a ballot for all elections held through December 31 of the year of the date of the 
application or another shorter period that the voter specifies. The Board shall provide a 
military-overseas ballot to a voter who makes a standing request for each election to which 
the request is applicable. A covered voter who is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot 
for a primary election under this subsection is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot for 
the general election. 

Sec. 116. Publication of election notice. 

(a) At least 100 days before a regularly scheduled election and as soon as practicable 
before an election not regularly scheduled, the Board shall prepare an election notice, to be 
used in conjunction with a federal write-in absentee ballot. The election notice must contain a 
list of all of the ballot measures and federal and District offices that as of that date the Board 
expects to be on the ballot on the date of the election. The notice also must contain specific 
instructions for how a voter is to indicate on the federal write-in absentee ballot the voter's 
choice for each office to be filled and for each ballot measure to be contested. 

(b) A covered voter may request a copy of an election notice. The Board shall send the 
election notice to the voter by facsimile, electronic mail, or regular mail, as the voter requests. 

(c) No later than 45 days before an election, the Board shall update the election notice 
described in subsection (a) of this section with the certified candidates for each office and 
ballot measure questions and make the updated notice publicly available. 

(d) The Board shall make the election notice prepared under subsection (a)' of this section 
and updated versions of the election notice regularly available on the Board's Internet 
website. 

Sec. 117. Prohibition of nonsubstantive requirements. 

(a) If a voter's mistake or omission in the completion of a document under this act does not 
prevent determining whether a covered voter is eligible to vote, the mistake or omission shall 

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not invalidate the document. Failure to satisfy a nonsubstantive requirement, such asju§ing 
paper or envelopes of a specified size or weight, shall not invalidate a document submi^te^ 
under this act. In a write-in ballot authorized by this act or in a vote for a write-in candidatef 
on a regular ballot, if the intention of the voter is discernable under the District's uniforjn 
definition of what constitutes a vote, an abbreviation, misspelling, or other minor variation 'in 
the form of the name of a candidate or a political party shall be accepted as a valid vote. 

(b) Notarization is not required for the execution of a document under this act. . : ^n 
authentication, other than the declaration specified in section 113 or the declaration on tjie 
federal postcard application and federal write-in absentee ballot, is not required for the 
execution of a document under this act. The declaration and any information in the 
declaration may be compared with information on file to ascertain the validity of the' ; 
document. , r ; 

Sec. 118. Equitable relief ,: ' 

The Superior Court of the District of Columbia may issue an injunction .or grant other 
equitable relief appropriate to ensure substantial compliance with or to enforce this act on 
application by: >^ V ; ; ; , '■■■,,. :; v . ^- 

(1) A covered voter alleging a grievance under this act;, or ..■.....■■■. ^ ../ h ? $ - ;; 

(2) An election official in the District. ; ! ; , , - v ; , V ■.. \< , 

Sec. 119. Uniformity of application and construction. ' l : ' 

In applying and construing this uniform act, consideration must he given to the need to, 
promote uniformity of the law with respect to its subject matter among states that enact, it; 

Sec. 120. . Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act. .; ; -■* 
This act modifies, limits, or supersedes the Electronic Signatures in Global and National* 
Commerce Act, approved June 30, 2000 (114 Stat. 464; 15 U.S.C.§ 7001 et seq.) ("Act"), but'' 
does not modify, limit, or supersede section 101(c) of that Act (15, U.S.C. § 7001(c)), or 
authorize electronic delivery of any of the notices described in section 103(b) of that Act (15 ; 
U.S.C. § 7003(b)). 

Sec. 121. Conforming amendments. 

(a) Section 5(a) of the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12>' 
1955 (69 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § l-1001.05(a)), is amended as follows: ; .:;; 

(1) Paragraph (14) is amended by striking the phrase "and related acts" and inserting! 
the phrase "the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading; 
on March 6, 2012 (Enrolled version, of Bill 19-356), and .related .acts" in its .pjace;] 

(2) Paragraph (15) is amended by striking the word "and" after the semicolon. • -' ;• >'\ '"> i 

(3) Paragraph (16) is amended by striking the period and inserting 'the phrase #\* an'd^in 
..its place, ■ ■ ■'■ ;^ y , ( ^v.-.. :■>■■, ■;■#>,: ;/ f, ;i i 

(4) A new paragraph (17) is added to read'^'followsi -\--n- •>■>.■■> ;;;; <noi'io r 

"(17) Perform duties imposed upon it by Me 
of 2012, passed on 2nd reading on March 

(b) Section 404(a) of the District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Grimes'tA(S^f>*9i8& : 
effective December 1, 1982 (D.C. Law 4-164; D.C. Official Code r §; 2£f 2405(a)), is ; ain§^ded by, 
striking the period and inserting the phrase "or if that person- 7 makes an ^f^mation by 
signing a declaration under section 113 of the Uniform Military, .and Overseas Voters. Act of 
2012, passed on 2nd reading on March 6, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-356), khowirijg that 
the facts stated in the filing are not true in any material respect." in its place. 

TITLE II. MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTER ACCOMMODATIONS ■ * * 

' Sec. 201. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Board of Elections and Ethics Military and Overseas Voter 
Accommodation Amendment Act of 2012". ,\ 

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

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(1) Section 5(b) (D.C. Official Code § l-1001.05(b)) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting the 
phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (3)(A) is amended as follows: 

(i) Sub-subparagraph (i) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting 
the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(ii) Sub-subparagraph (ii) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting 
the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(iii) Sub-subparagraph (iii) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and 
inserting the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(iv) Sub-subparagraph (iv) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and 
inserting the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(2) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code § 1-1001.08) is amended as follows: 

(A) Subsection (a)(1)(B) is amended by striking the phrase "69th day" and inserting 
the phrase "90th day" in its place. 

(B) Subsection (f) is amended by striking the phrase "as of July 1st of the year in 
which the election is to be held is presented to the Board on or before the third Tuesday 
in August preceding the date of the presidential election" and inserting the phrase "as 

^ shown by the records of the Board as of the 144th day before the date of the presidential 
election, is presented to the Board on or before the 90th day before the date of the 
presidential election" in its place. 

(C) Subsection (i) is amended as follows: 

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

(I) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "69 days" and inserting 
the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(II) ' Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "123rd day" and 
inserting the phrase "144th day" in its place. 

(ii) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "69 days" and inserting the 
phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(iii) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "123rd day" and inserting the 
phrase "144th day" in its place. 

(iv) Paragraph (4) is amended by striking the phrase "123rd day preceding the date 
of such election and may not be filed with the Board before the 94th day" and inserting 
the phrase "144th day preceding the date of such election and may not be filed with the 
Board before the 115th day" in its place. 

(D) Subsection (j)(l) is amended as follows: 

(i) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "69 days" and inserting the 
phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "123 days" wherever it 
appears and inserting the phrase "144 days" in its place. 

(E) Subsection (n) is amended as follows: 

(i) Strike the phrase "69th calendar day" and insert the phrase "90th calendar day" 
in its place. 

(ii) Strike the phrase "123rd day preceding the date of such election and may not be 
filed with the Board before the 94th day" and insert the phrase "144th day preceding 
the date of such election and may not be filed with the Board before the 115th day" in 
its place. 

(F) Subsection (o)(2) is amended by striking the phrase "15 days" and inserting the 
phrase "20 days" in its place. 

(b) Section 6(b) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 
1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official Code § l-309.05(b)), is amended as follows: 

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(1) Paragraph (1)(A)' is amended by striking the phrase "60th calendar day^ and 
i inserting the phrase "90th calendar day" in its place, : . :-v, 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "90th calendar day" and inserting 
the phrase "144th calendar day" in its place, .: - 

TITLE III. FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT; EFFECTIVE DATE, A 

Sec. SOL Fiscal impact statement. "■- _.'. . ' i} 

.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, 3,973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). '; : ; 

Sec. 302. Effective date. ,. .'., v j ( . 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), 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 -iti the 
District, of Columbia Register. : u :>- : ■> : ' : ' r ■ •; "- ■■■"■' -■ ■ v '' 

APPROVED- March 27, 2012. ., '■/;..> "['./[; •■■'.,■■.< '..,'' \, -...'.' ; , V " - ^ , 
' E^FIQTIVE: June 5 ; 2012, -,--,, , . ;! .. , ■;■: ■.;'■'■..-- : .v. ; .'-. ■■.'■■■.■;;• 



MECHANICS LIEN AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

■ ' ' ' ' ' ' Law 19-i3£ 

Act 19-335 



AN ACT tp amend An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia to permit a 

contractor to file a Notice of Mechanic's Lien during the construction of a project, to reduce 

the number of sureties or bonds necessary to allow the court to release a mechanic's lien, and 

' to increase the time period a contractor has to object or comment on a written undertaking 

filed by a property owner. 

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

acimay be cited as the "Mechanics Lien Amendment Act bf2Q12". ' , , vii 

Sec. 2. Chapter Forty of An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, 
approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1384; D.C; Official Code § 40-30L01 et s%), is^ameiided as 
follows:,-; .;. ■■ , .^h5;>*rr. ;,.■-,■■■' ..;.';. .\ :;v;^vv^ ; ,:•) 

(a) Section 1238(a)(1) (D.C. Official Code § 40-301.02(a')(l)) is amended 'by -strifcing the 
phrase,, "within 90 days" wherever it appears and inserting the, phrase /'during; thej ponstruc- 
tion or within 90 days" in its place. . „: ; , m r M.tinH-r: r^vin^i; 

(b) Section 1254 (D.C. Official Cbde § 40-303.16) is amended to, read as, follows;,, ..;;■> 

•"gee. 1254, Payment into court and release. , ■./.-. --,, .;;,,;.?; -:■.{'} 

"(a) In any suit to enforce a lien under this chapter, the owner of the building and premises 
to which the Hen may have attached may be allowed to either: 

■":■•: "(1) Pay into court the amount claimed by the. lienor, and such additional amount, to 
cover interest and costs, as the court may direct? or 

"(2) File a written undertaking, with one or more sureties/to be approved by the court, 
'..■tb the' effect that he or she and they will pay the, judgment that may be recovered, which 
may include interest and costs; provided, that: v, ; :: j y : \-; 

„u ''(A) Where the Surety is to be provided by bond, only one bond shall be required; rand 

"(B) The judgment shall be rendered against all the persons sb undertaking. : '* ( ; » " E - ' ; 

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"(b) On the payment of the money into court, or the approval of the undertaking pursuant 
to subsection (a)(2) of this section, the property shall be released from the lien, and any 
money so paid in shall be subject to the final decree of the court. 

"(c)(1) No undertaking pursuant to subsection (a)(2) of this section shall be approved by 
the court until the complainant shall have had at least 5 days notice of the defendant's 
intention to apply to the court for the approval, which notice shall give the name and 
residence of the person to be offered as surety, or persons if the court determines more than 
a single surety is required, and the time when the motion for the approval will be made. 

"(2) Any surety shall make oath, if required, that he or she is worth, over and above all 
debts and liabilities, double the amount of the lien. 

"(3) The complainant may appear and object to the approval". 

Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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: March 27, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: June 5, 2012. 



GREEN BUILDING COMPLIANCE, TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS, 
AND CLARIFICATION AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-139 

Act 19-336 

AN ACT to amend the Green Building Act of 2006 to provide for a fine alternative as a financial 
security option and to make certain technical corrections and clarifications; and to amend the 
Construction Codes Approval and Amendments Act of 1986 to require the Mayor to submit 
revisions to the Construction Codes incorporating green building practices to the Council for 
approval. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Green Building Compliance, Technical Corrections, and Clarification 
Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. The Green Building Act of 2006, effective March 8, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-234; D.C. 
Official Code § 6-1451.01 et seq.) } is amended as follows: 
(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.01) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "building construction permit" and 
inserting the phrase "building permit"' in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (4) is repealed, 

(3) New paragraphs (5A) and (5B) are added to read as follows: 

"(5A) "Certificate of occupancy" means the first certificate of occupancy issued for a 
usable, habitable space at grade or above grade. 

"(5B) "Common space" means gross floor area within a project shared or available for 
common use by various occupancies within a project that includes both residential and 

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nonresidential occupancies, including lobbies, corridors, stairways, amenity areas, laundry 
rooms, boiler rooms, furnace rooms, generator rooms, elevator hoistways, mechanical duct; 
shafts, elevator machine rooms, off-street loading facilities, and off-street parking facilities^ 
at or above grade.". ',,,-,„ 

(4) A new paragraph (10A) is added to read as follows: ' ^ ^; 

"(10A) "District-financed" or "District instrumentality-financed" means: ;'>■ ■'■'•'■■■■■• ; ' 

"(A) Financing of a project or contract where funds or resources to be used for 
construction and development costs, excluding ongoing operational costs, are received' 
from the District, or funds or resources which, in accordance with a federal grant or 
otherwise, the District administers, including a contract, grant, loan, tax abatement or 
exemption, land transfer, land disposition and development agreement, or tax increment 
financing, or any combination thereof; provided, that federal funds may be applied to the 
financing percentage only if permitted by federal law and grant conditions; or 

"(B) Financing whose stated purpose is, in whole or in part, to provide fbr the new 
construction or substantial rehabilitation of affordable housing.". ' ,'/.;;" '['.: ] 

(5) A new paragraph (14A) is added to read as follows: 

"(14A) "First building permit" means the first permit intended to cover the primary 
scope of work for a project; provided, that this shall not include permit applications for,. 
raze, sheeting and snoring, foundation, or specialty, miscellaneous, or supplemental per- 
mits.". ;_-■;; :;\, \ ;;^; ;,':,,;:; . ( ' t *:.:■'.' ,' ■ ■ ■ • ; : ■/".;* ";;: 

(6) Paragraph (19) is repealed. ' ' - ^ 

(7), Paragraph (31A) is amended to read as follows: 

"(31A) "LEED standard for commercial and institutional buildings" means the green 
building rating system designed by the USGBC for Core & Shell, New 'Construction, 
Schools, and Retail: New Construction & Major Renovations.". 

(8) A new paragraph (32A) is added to read as follows: 

"(32A) "Mixed-use space" means demised space in any residential project that contains 
at least 50,000 contiguous square feet of gross floor area, exclusive of common space, that is 
or would be occupied for a nonresidential use.". 

(9) A new paragraph (33A) is added to read as follows: 

"(33A) "Nonresidential" means any project in which at least 50% of the gross floor area 
of the project, subject to allocation of area for common space, has nonresidential pur- 
poses.". 

(10) Paragraph (38) is repealed. ' - /^V 
, . . (11) Paragraph (39) is amended by striking the phrase "chartered by DCPS". . ■ } 

(12) A new paragraph (39A) is added to read as follows: 

"(39A) "Residential" means any project in which more than 50% of the gross floor area 
of the project, subject to allocation for common space, is used for residential purposes.". 

(13) Paragraph (40) is amended to read as follows: ^ '..,.. ; . i: :. f -\. ■„■■: ;-Vv,- 
"(40) "Substantial improvement" means any repair, alteration, addition, or improvement 

.of a building or structure, the cost of which equals or exceeds .50% pf the market value of 
the structure before the improvement or repair is started!".' :: fV: r; "' ,:\':' ' \' '" '..._ ;. : ;v'f ^ ■ 

(b) Section 3 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.02) is amended as follows; '.';' "\ '. ,' ', ( ' " '"' 0l ' 

, (1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: ,.. ; . ...^ 

■ .., (A) Paragraph (1) is amended as to read follows: ; -\. r <, ,. • 

' if (l) This subsection shall apply to all new construction and substantial improvement of: 

"(A) Projects that are District-owned or District instrumentality-owned; and,/ ; = 

"(B) Projects where at least 15% of the total cost is District-financed or /District 
instrumentality-financed.". ,;.' , ... 

..".(B) Paragraph (2)(A) is amended as follows: , ;-..■ i 

(i) The existing text is designated as sub-subparagraph (i). > 

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(ii) A new sub-subparagraph (ii) is added to read as follows: 

"(ii) Notwithstanding sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph, a public school 
shall be verified as having fulfilled or exceeded the current edition of the LEED 
standard for commercial and institutional buildings at the gold level or higher if 
sufficient funding for the construction or renovation is provided.". 

(C) New paragraphs (5) and (6) are added to read as follows: 

"(5) The Mayor shall, as a condition of the financing of a District-financed or District 
instrumentality-financed project governed by this subsection, include a penalty that will be 
levied upon an applicant for failure to fulfill the requirements of this act. The penalties 
may include: 

"(A) Prohibiting the applicant from receiving additional District or District instrumen- 
tality financing for a period of up to 5 years; 

"(B) Assessing a fine as set forth in section 6(f); or 

"(C) Imposing an alternative penalty commensurate with the seriousness of the 
applicant's failure to fulfill requirements of this act, as determined by the Mayor. 

"(6) An applicant for new construction or substantial improvement of a mixed-use space 
shall fulfill or exceed the current edition of the LEED standard for commercial and 
institutional buildings at the certified level for the mixed-use space of the project. Any 
requirements of section 6 shall apply to the mixed-use space of the project. For the 
purposes of mixed-use space in this paragraph, the term: 

"(A) "LEED" also includes LEED for Commercial Interiors and LEED for Retail: 
Commercial Interiors; and , 

"(B) "Certificate of occupancy" refers to the first certificate of occupancy issued for a 
usable, habitable space at grade or above grade for the mixed-use space of the project.". 

(2) Subsection (b)(2) is amended by striking the phrase "institutional buildings" and 
inserting the phrase "institutional buildings, LEED for Commercial Interiors, or LEED for 
Retail: Commercial Interiors" in its place. 

(c) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.03) is amended as follows: 

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

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

(i) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "construction permit" 
wherever it appears and inserting the word "permit" in its place. 

(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; 
provided, that a public school shall be verified as having fulfilled' or exceeded the 
current edition of the LEED standard for commercial and institutional buildings at the 
gold level or higher if sufficient funding for the construction or renovation is provided." 
in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: 

(i) - Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "1st building construction 
permit" and inserting the phrase "first building permit" in its place. 

(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "1st building construction 
permit" and inserting the phrase "first building permit" in its place. 

(C) New paragraphs (3) and (4) are added to read as follows: 

"(3) The 'area of common space in a project shall be allocated to either residential or 
nonresidential square footage of a project based upon the percentage of gross floor area of 
the project occupied by each of the residential and nonresidential occupancies calculated 
after excluding the area of common space. 

"(4) An applicant for new construction or substantial improvement of a mixed-use space 
shall fulfill or exceed the current edition of the LEED standard for commercial and 
institutional buildings at the certified level for the nonresidential portion of the project 
Any requirements set forth in section 6 shall apply to the mixed-use space of the project. 
For the purposes of mixed-use space in this paragraph, the term: 

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"(A) "LEED" also includes LEED for. Commercial Interiors and LEED for Retail: 
: Commercial Interiors; and 

(.'; "(B) "Certificate of occupancy" refers to the first certificate of occupancy issued for a 
^ F "-usable, habitable space at grade or above grade for the mixed-use space of the project.". 

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

(A) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: :i .,.'■. 

;: ';■,.. (i) Subparagraph (A)(ii)(I) is amended by striking the phrase "January 1 of the 
... respective following year." and inserting the phrase "April 1 of the respective following 
year. In 2011 only, the scores and statements shall be made available to DDOE no 
later than July 1." in its place. 

(ii) New subparagraphs (C) and (D) are added to read as follows; :i ,, <, .-..-■■ ,, 

"(C) Benchmarking data required in this paragraph shall include water 'Consumption 
, data as incorporated in the Portfolio Manager Benchmarking Tool. .. . , , m ^ 

^ ; "(D) A building owner or tenant who fails to timely, accurately, and completely submit 

the benchmarking information required by this paragraph to, DP OE or to the building 

: owner shall be assessed a penalty by DDOE of no more than $100 for each day during 

which the required submission has not been made. Civil infraction fines, penalties, and 

'■.,■:., fees may be imposed as alternative sanctions , for suclr failure* pursuant to the Depart- 
ment of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs Civil Infractions Act of 1985, effective October 

, „ ,5, 1985 (D.C. Law 6^2; D,C, ; Official Code § 2-1801.01 et seq. ("Civil Infractions Act"). 

Adjudication of an infraction shall be pursuant to the Civil Infractions Act.". . 

...,,:. (B) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "1st building construction 
permit" and inserting the phrase "first building permit" in its place. 

: .-> (d) Section 5(c) (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.04) is amended to read as follows: 

-"(c) Notwithstanding the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, approved 
October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et. seq.), for the purposes of 
establishing compliance with sections 3 and 4, verification of a project shall be based upon the 
standards in effect one year prior to the applicant's first of the following interactions with the 
District: . '. - , / 

::, "(A) The approval of aland disposition agreement; 

"(B) The submission of an application to the Board of. Zoning Adjustment for a 
> , variance or special exception relief; 

■ ' ' "(C) The submission of an application to the Zoning Commission for a planned unit 
' development or other approval requiring Zoning Commission action; 

"(D) The submission of an application to the Historic Preservation Review Board or 
the Mayor's Agent for the Historic Preservation Review Board; or 

"(E) Other substantial land-use interactions with the District as defined through 
'■''' ^rulemaking by the Mayor.". •'•'■' ' ; ' ( ; V , 

.. . • . .,■.■. ■ , ■ > .".....', ,: :iiii'f''n j 

....(e) Section 6 (D.C, Official Code § 6-1451.05) is amended to read as follows: y >.,, 

"Sec. 6. Financial security. ;■•,."..■• ..,...;• "'^ * v,q 

"(a) Beginning January 1, 2012, an applicant governed by section 4(a) shall provide a 
financial security, which shall be due prior to receipt of a certificate of occupancy. - 

'■■.'/"(b)(1) The financial security requirement of subsection (a) of this section may be fulfilled 
by:;.--/., ■■" - ■ ..:■ . - ... . ■■ :■ • .:; 

"(A) Evidence of cash deposited in an escrow account in a "financial institution in the 
' ■ ; District in the name of the licensee and the District; 

- : . ( ■ "(B) An irrevocable letter of credit from a financial institution authorized to do 
;; business in the District; 

"(C) A bond secured by the applicant to ensure compliance with this section; or , 

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"(D) A binding pledge that within 2 years of receipt of the certificate of occupancy the 
applicant will fulfill or exceed the current edition of the LEED standard for commercial 
and institutional buildings at the certified level 

"(2)(A) A binding pledge pursuant to paragraph (1)(D) of this subsection shall be 
recorded as a covenant in the land records of the District between the applicant and the 
District in a form that is satisfactory to the District's Attorney General or the Attorney 
General's delegate. 

"(B) The covenant shall bind the applicant and any successors in title to-pay any fines 
levied pursuant to this section. 

"(c) If, within 2 years of receipt of the certificate of occupancy, the project provides 
evidence that it has fulfilled or exceeded the current edition of the LEED standard for 
commercial and institutional buildings at the certified level, a financial security previously 
provided by the applicant in the form of cash, an irrevocable letter of credit, or a bond shall 
be returned to the applicant. 

"(d) If, within 2 years of receipt of the certificate of occupancy, the project does not provide 
evidence that it has fulfilled or exceeded the current edition of the LEED standard for 
commercial and institutional buildings at the certified level, the Mayor shall, as applicable, 
either: 

"(1) Draw down on a financial security provided in the form of cash, an irrevocable letter 
of credit,' or a bond, in whole, or in part; or 

"(2) Levy a fine against an applicant that provided a financial security in the form of a 
binding pledge as set forth in subsection (f) of this subsection. 

"(e) A financial security in the form of cash, an irrevocable letter of credit, or a bond shall 

be calculated by square foot as set forth in subsection (f) of this section but shall be 

discounted by 20% of the amount of the fine described in subsection (f) of this section. 

"(f) A fine issued pursuant to subsection (d)(2) of this section shall be calculated as follows: 

"(1) In the amount of $7.50 per square foot of gross floor space if the project is less than 

100,000 square feet of gross floor space. 

"(2) In the amount of $10 per square foot, if the project is at least 100,000 square feet of 
gross floor space. 

"(3) Beginning 4 years after receipt of 'the certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall 
pay a monthly fine of $0.02 per square foot to the District for failure to provide evidence 
that it has fulfilled or exceeded either the current edition of the LEED standard for 
commercial and institutional buildings at the certified level or the current edition of the 
LEED standard for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance at the certified level. 
The monthly fines shall accumulate but shall be assessed annually. 

"(4) The fine described in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection shall not exceed $3 
million; provided, that an annual fine issued pursuant to paragraph (3) of this subsection 
shall not count toward the $3 million limit. 

"(g) The Mayor, for good cause, may issue time extensions to a project; provided, that the 
Mayor shall not grant more than 3, one-year extensions. 

"(h) Fines issued under this section shall be civil penalties. 

"(i) Substantial improvements shall be subject to the requirements of this section; provid- 
ed, that only square feet included in a substantial improvement project shall be calculated for 
the purposes of a fine. 

"(j) The financial security option provided in subsection (b)(1)(C) of this section shall 
become effective upon the issuance of rules by the Mayor. 

"(k) Any payment made to the District for failure to meet the standards required by 
sections 3 and 4 shall be deposited in the Green Building Fund.". 

(e) Section 7 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.06) is repealed. 

(f) Section 8(c) (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.07(c)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(c)(1)' The purpose of the Fund is to streamline administrative green building processes, 
improve sustainability performance outcomes, build capacity of development and administra- 

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tive oversight professionals in green building skills and knowledge, institutionalize innovation, 
overcome barriers to achieving high-performance buildings, and continuously promote the 
sustainability of green building practices in the District. ^> 

"(2) Fund shall be used for the following: 

."(A) costs for at least 3 full-time employees at DCRA, or elsewhere as assigned by the 
Mayor, whose primary job duties are devoted to technical assistance, plan review, and 
inspections and monitoring of green buildings; 

"(B) Additional staff and operating costs to provide training, technical assistance, plan 
review, inspections and monitoring of green buildings, and green codes development; 

"(C) Research and development of green building practices; 

"(P) Education, training, outreach, and other market transformation initiatives; and \'^ 

"(E) Seed support for demonstration projects, their evaluation, and when successful^; 

their institutionalization. ■ r' ; 

"(3) The Mayor may receive and administer grants for the purpose of carrying out the " 
goals of this act.". .- i^ ■• ■■• <- : -- 

(g) Section 9(b) (D.C, Official Code § 6-1451;0S(b)) is amended b^s^^^ 
"building construction permit" and inserting the phrase "building permit" in its place; 1 

(h) Section 10 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.09) is amended as follows: : ; ^ : ' \ f 

(1) Subsection (c)(1) is amended as follows: 

(A) Subparagraph (C) is amended by striking the phrase "Office of Property Manage- 
ment" and inserting the phrase "Department of General Services" in its place. 

(B) Subparagraph (G) is amended by striking the phrase "building construction, 
permit" and inserting the phrase "building permit" in its place. 

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

"(g) The Mayor shall provide GBAC with the following to be included in the annual report 
required by subsection (f) of this section: ; , 

"(1) An accounting of funds deposited into the Green Building Fund during the past 
fiscal year, separated by category; 

"(2) An accounting of funds spent from the -Green Building Fund during the past fiscal 
year, referencing that year's annual green plan's goals; and 

"(3) A 2-year District Green Building Plan updated annually, with goals and associated 
projections of expenditures for the upcoming fiscal year, produced in consultation with the 
GBAC". 

(i) Section 11(b) (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.10(b)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"building construction permits" and inserting the phrase "building permits" in its place. 
© Section 12 (D.C. Official Code § 6-1451.11) is amended to read as follows: - : ^ 

"Sec. 12. Rules. 

"(a) 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 se?.),'m^4&ue' 
rules to implement the provisions of this act. ■>■■>.■■■>■ \ l >:\. > ''■"■■'} d*'"' 

"(b) The Mayor may issue proposed rules to adopt another rating System, in whole bfln 
part. Proposed rules to adopt another rating system 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 the proposed rules, in whole or in part, by resolution 
within this 45-day review period, the proposed rules shall be deemed disapproved. 

"(c) Notwithstanding the requirements of section 302(c) of the District of Columbia 
Administrative Procedure Act, effective March 6, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-153; D.C. Official Code, 
§ 2-552), where the Mayor chooses to adopt a LEED or Green Communities standard as the 
District's standard under this act, DDOE may do so by incorporating the LEED or Green 
Communities standard by reference in a Notice of Intent to take rulemaking action. When 
incorporating the LEED or Green Communities standard by reference, the notice shall 
include a specific indication of how and where a paper or electronic copy of such document: 

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may be inspected or obtained. Any amendments, supplements, or future editions to the 
LEED or Green Communities Standard shall be deemed to be included in the District's 
standard; provided, that DDOE shall annually issue a Notice of Intent to adopt any 
amendments, supplements, or future editions to the LEED or Green Communities, in whole, 
or in part, or announce an intent to adopt a different standard.". 

Sec. 3. Section 10c of the Construction Codes Approval and Amendments Act of 1986, 
effective March 8, 2007 (D.C. Law 16-334; D.C. Official Code § 6-1412), is amended as 
follows: 

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

"(a) By June 1, 2013, and at least once every 3 years thereafter, the Mayor, in consultation 
with the Green Building Advisory Council, shall submit to the Council, for approval, revisions 
to the Construction Codes that shall incorporate as many significant green building practices 
as practicable for the District of Columbia urban environment. The Mayor shall include as 
many green building provisions as practicable from the current versions of codes and 
standards published by the International Code Council. The Mayor may exclude provisions 
that are not practicable for the District of Columbia urban environment but shall provide 
evidence of cost or implementation impracticality for the excluded provisions; provided, that 
the Mayor is not required to consider codes or standards issued by the International Code • 
Council within one year of the submittal date.". 

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

(1) Strike the phrase "On or before By January 1, 2010" and insert the phrase "By June 
1, 2013" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "January 1" and insert the phrase "June 1" in its place. 

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 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: March 28, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: June 5, 2012. 



TENANT SECURITY DEPOSITS CLARIFICATION 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-140 

Act 19-343 

AN ACT to amend the Rental Housing Act of 1985 to clarify that the Office of Administrative 
Hearings may adjudicate complaints for the non-return of tenant security deposits as well as 
the nonpayment of interest on tenant security deposits; and to amend the Housing Regulations 
of the District of Columbia to clarify that any housing provider who in bad faith fails to return 
a security deposit rightfully owed to a tenant, or fails to pay the interest on the security 
deposit, is liable to the tenant for treble damages. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Tenant Security Deposits Clarification Amendment Act of 2012". 

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Sec. 2. Seetioii 217(b) Of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective July 17, 1985 (D.Citaw 1 
6-10; D;C. Official Code § 42-3502.17(b)), is amended by striking the phrase "complaints for 1 
the nonpayment of interest oh" and inserting the phrase "complaints for the non-return of ?r iri^ 
its 1 place. ■ ■ ' ! , -' 7 ' i ; f - IIi 

Sec. 3. Section 2908 of the Housing Regulations of the District of Columbia, issued August' 
li> 1955 {0:6. 55-1503; 14 DCMR §§ 308 through 311), is amended as follows: ^ 

(a) Section 2908.2 (14 DCMR § 309) is amended by adding a new sub-paragraph (d) to readj 
as follows: 

"(d)(1) Any housing provider violating the provisions of this section by failing to return a 
security deposit rightfully owed to a tenant in accordance with the requirements of this 
section shall be, liable for the amount of the deposit withheld or, in the event of bad faith, for-' 
treble damages. 

"(2) For the purposes of this sub-paragraph, the term "bad faith" means any fiivolous; or", 

unfounded refusal to return a security deposit, as required by law, that is motivated by a 

\ fraudulent, deceptive, misleading, dishonest, or unreasonably self-serving purpose and not 

by simple negligence, bad judgment, or an honest belief in the course of action taken.", 1 ; 

;(b) Section 2908.4(a) (14 DCMR § ,311:1 and 311,2) is amended as follows: \ ■! 

(1) Strike the phrase "The interest in the escrow account described in Section 2908.1(b)' 
and insert, the phrase "The interest in the escrow account described in section 2908.1(b) (14 
DCMR § 308.3)" in its place. ,: ■ , . ■■ , 

(2) Strike the phrase "Any housing provider violating the provisions of this section, by 
failing to pay interest on a security deposit escrow account that is rightfully owed to a 
tenant in accordance with the requirements of this section, shall be liable to the Rent 
Administrator or Rental Housing Commission" and insert the phrase "Any housing 
provider violating the provisions of this section by failing to pay interest on a security 

■ deposit escrow account that is rightfully owed to a tenant in accordance with the; 
requirements of this section, shall be ..liable to the tenant" in its place. 

(3) Strike the phrase "the term 'bad faith' means, any frivolous or unfounded refusal to 
.return a security deposit" and insert the phrase "the term 'bad faith' means any frivolous 

or unfounded refusal to pay interest on a security deposit" in its place; , Y 

Sec. 4. ; Fiscal impact statement. ";,;--- .,.-.■; 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the 'fiscal impact 1 
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));:,.«: ^,- ^ : n."/n--M'iA 
Sec. 5. Effective date. ' ,-n^ / ■..;■:■;, ;U7 .'TK^Wi 

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: April 9, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: June 7, 2012. -: ;;' ^Vn 



SOUTH CAPITOL STREET MEMORIAL AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

■•■; ""'■= • ■' ■■■ Law 19^141 . ■ :-.'-: 1 7> 

Act 19-344 .:^., : -y i b 

AN ACT to require the Mayor to complete a youth behavioral health epidemiology report and to 

submit a plan to enhance early childhood and school-based behavioral health services; to 

* ' amend Ah Act To provide for compulsory school attendance, for the taking of a school census ; 

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in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes to require reporting on the work of the 
school-based student support teams in reducing unexcused absences, and to require the Mayor 
to develop appropriate enforcement mechanisms over the truancy protocols; to amend the 
State Education Office Establishment Act of 2000 to require the Mayor to create a resource 
guide for parents and legal guardians on the District's laws and regulations related to 
absenteeism and truancy; to amend Chapter A-21 of Title 5 of the District of Columbia 
Municipal Regulations to reduce the number of unexcused absences from 25 to 20; to amend 
the Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2001 to establish a 
behavioral health program, to require the creation of behavioral health resource guides for 
families and youth, and to establish the Behavioral Health Ombudsman Program; to require 
the Mayor to create a resource guide for families interacting with the child welfare and 
juvenile justice systems and to require the Mayor to submit a report on the screenings and 
assessments conducted by the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services; to amend the 
Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Establishment Act of 2004 to require the 
Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services to conduct a behavioral health screening and, if 
necessary, a behavioral health assessment for all youth who come into contact with the agency; 
and to amend the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977 to require the Child and 
Family Services Agency to conduct a behavioral health screening and, if necessary, a behavior- 
al health assessment for all youth who come into contact with the agency. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "South Capitol Street Memorial Amendment Act of 2012". 

TITLE I. YOUTH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH EPIDEMIOLOGY REPORT 

Sec. 101. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Youth Behavioral Health Epidemiology Report Act of 2012". 

Sec. 102. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this title, the term: 

(1) "Behavioral health" means a person's overall social, emotional, and psychological well- 
being and development. 

(2) "Youth" me.ans individuals under 18 years of age residing in the District and those 
individuals classified as youth in the custody of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation 
Services and the Child and Family Services Agency who are 21 years of age or younger. 

Sec. 103. Youth behavioral health epidemiological report. 

By March 30, 2013, and every 5 years thereafter, the Mayor shall submit a report to the 
Council on the behavioral health of District youth. At minimum, the report shall include: 

(1) The type and prevalence of behavioral health conditions among youth broken down, if 
possible, by age, gender, race, ward residence, and sexual orientation; 

(2) The level of utilization of behavioral health services by youth and the location of the 
services accessed; and 

(3) An analysis of any barriers or obstacles preventing youth from accessing behavioral 
health services and recommendations for making the services more accessible. 

TITLE II. EARLY CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL-BASED 
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE 

Sec. 201. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Early Childhood and School-based Behavioral Health 
Infrastructure Act of 2012". 

Sec. 202. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this title, the term: 

(1) "Behavioral health" means a person's overall social, emotional, and psychological well- 
being and development. 

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(2) "Health education standards" means the specific learning requirements related to 
health that the Office of the State Superintendent of Education requires students to4earn 
at each academic level, from pre-K through 12th grade. ^ <>' 

Sec. 203. Early childhood and school-based behavioral health comprehensive plan, ,-^n 

By March 30, 2013, the Mayor shall submit a comprehensive plan to the Council forjthe 
expansion of early childhood and school-based behavioral health programs and services by the 
2016-2017 school year. At minimum, the plan shall: ' ! ; 

(1) Establish a strategy to enhance behavioral health services in all public schools, :and 
public charter schools, including: ■; 

(A) The implementation of programs that: ' , , ! 
(i) Include interventions for families of students with behavioral health ^needs;, r 
(ii) Reduce aggressive and impulsive behavior; and ;, 

* (iii) Promote social and emotional competency in students; and .., 

(B) The expansion of school-based mental health services asfollows: '"' "• 

(i) By the 2014-2015 school year, services are available to at least 50% of all public 
..:■; and public charter school students; - . 7:; 

(ii) By the 2015-2016 school year, services are available to at least 75% of all publien 
and public charter school students; and . 

(iii) By the 2016-2017 school year, services are available to all public and public 
charter school students; 

(2) Include an analysis of whether current health education standards align with actual 
behavioral health needs of youth and any recommendations for proposed changes; haiid 

(3) Provide recommendations for the expansion of behavioral health programs ) arid 
services at child development facilities. : yu ^ 

TITLE III. TRUANCY INTERVENTION ■■■ ■ , ' 

Sec. 301. Shorttitle. ' ; :'".. r '' i ' • " 

This title may be cited as the "Behavioral Health and Truancy Intervention Amendment 
Act of 2012". '.'" .. " ' .; 

Sec. 302. An Act To provide for compulsory school attendance, for the taking of a scnool 
census in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes, approved February 4, ; 1925. ( (43 
Stat. 806; D.C. Official Code § 38-201 et seq.), is amended as follows: ' '■"- Vi li'uino') 

(a) Section 1 (D.C. Official Code § 38-201) is amended by adding a new paragrajin pA) to 
read as follows: ' ;y '' ri ' J -"-- r -■< . : '• :i ' ■' , ^ l ;- •,- ^M^vk: 

"(3A) "School-based student support team" means^ a team formed to suppo'rt the 5 mSivid- 
ual student by developing and implementing action plans and strategies ^th'at^are-J'gchool- 
based or community-based, depending on the availability^ to enhance the students success 
with services, incentives, intervention strategies, and consequences for dealing with} absen- 
teeism.". 

■(b) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 38-203) is amended as follows: 
(1) Subsection (i) is amended as follows: 
(A) A new subparagraph (A-i) is added to read as follows: 

"(A-i) The work of the school-based student support teams in reducing unexcused 
absences, including: ,...■ -, . - ? 

"(i) The number of students who were referred to a school-based student support 
team; 
"(ii) The number of students who met with a school-based student support team; 
"(iii) A summary of the action plans and strategies implemented by the school-based 
i; r student support team to eliminate or ameliorate unexcused absences; and , 

"(iv) A summary of the services utilized by students to reduce unexcused absences; 

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"(v) A summary of the common barriers to implementing the recommendations of 
the school-based student support team;". 

(B) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(C) A new subparagraph (B-i) is added to read as follows: " 

"(B-i) The number of minors categorized by grade, or equivalent grouping for 
ungraded schools, that the school referred to the Court Social Services Division of the 
Family Court of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia for truancy; and". 

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

"(j) By August 1, 2012, the Mayor shall develop, through rulemaking, appropriate enforce- 
ment mechanisms to ensure that each school, principal, and teacher is in full compliance with 
the requirements of this act and any regulations issued pursuant to this act". 

Sec. 303. Section 3(b) of the State Education Office Establishment Act of 2000, effective 
October 21, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-176; D.C. Official Code § 38-2602(b)), is amended as follows: 

(a) Paragraph (17) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(b) Paragraph (18) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting the phrase "; 
and" in its place. 

(c) A new paragraph (19) is added to read as follows: 

"(19) By October 1, 2013, create a truancy prevention resource guide for parents and 
legal guardians who have children who attend a District public school, which shall be 
updated and made available upon request and, at minimum, include: 

"(A) An explanation of the District's laws and regulations related to absenteeism and 
truancy; 

"(B) Information on: 

"(i) What a parent or legal guardian can do to prevent truancy; 

"(ii) The common causes of truancy; and 

"(iii) Common consequences of truancy; 

"(C) A comprehensive list of resources that are available to a parent or legal guardian, 
and the student, that address the common causes of truancy and the prevention of it* 
such as: 

"(i) Hotlines that provide assistance to parents, legal guardians, and youth; 

"(ii) Counseling for the parent (or legal guardian) or the youth, or both; 

"(iii) Parenting classes; 

"(iv) Parent-support groups; 

"(v) Family psycho-education programs; 

"(vi) Parent-resource libraries; 

"(vii) Risk prevention education; 

"(viii) Neighborhood family support organizations and collaboratives that provide 
assistance to families experiencing hardship; 

"(ix) Behavioral health resources and programs in schools; 

"(x) The Behavioral Health Ombudsman Program; and 

"(xi) The resources at each public school for at-risk students and their parents or 
legal guardians.". 

Sec. 304. Chapter 21 of Subtitle A of Title 5 of the District of Columbia Municipal 
Regulations (5 DCMR § A2100 et seq.) is amended as follows: 

(a) Section A2101 is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection 2 is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (e) (2) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(B) Paragraph (f) is amended by striking the phrase "placement." and inserting the 
phrase "placement;" in its place. 

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* ■ ■ (G) New paragraphs (g) and (h) are added to read as follows: 

"(g) Action plans and strategies implemented by the school-based student support team to 
eliminate unexcused absences; and V ■;.'■') 

"(h) Services utilized by the student to reduce unexcused absences.". < : ; * 

'. (2) A new subsection 4 is added to read as follows: ■ ■■.. ;;.^ 

',"2101.4. Each educational institution shall designate an attendance mbhitbr(s) ; ite be 
responsible for collecting, maintaining, and reporting the attendance data required 1 for each 
student.". >>'■- ' -■ - -^ ?..< - ■ '^ ; W'i/; /■ (fcj 

"(bisection A2103 is amended as follows:, ; > ■■■ :< - -^'■M i. :;ui/ 70 fjV' 

tl) Subsection 3(c) is amended as follows: ' ': ! ," ' ' '""■' ; mi l,a '' ,< ;'| 

: (A) Subparagraph (3) is amended as follows: , u > 

■.>;..:■,,..- (i) Sub-subparagraph (A) is amended to read ; as follows: - .,, ], ■ ( ; ) 

"(A) Review and address the student's attendance and determine the . underlying 
; cause(s) for the student's unexcused absences;". 

(ii) Sub-subparagraph (F) is amended by striking the phrase "Develop an attend-- 
ance" and inserting the phrase "Develop and implement an attendance" in its place. 

(B) Subparagraph (4) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. ; /- 

* '' : ■ (C) Subparagraph (5) is amended by striking the phrase "an LEA." and inserting the 
phrase "an LEA; and" in its place. . , i 

1 ; (D) A new subparagraph (6) is added to read as follows: 

"(6) A process to ensure that the LEA maintains complete, accurate, and contemporane- 
ous records of the work of the school-based student support team to reduce unexcused 
absences, including records of all meetings that take place after a student accumulates five 
(5) or more unexcused absences in one (1) marking period or other similar time frame and 
after a student accumulates ten (10) unexcused absences at any time during a school year.". 

(2) Subsection 5 is amended to read as follows: 

"2103.5 Each LEA shall develop a process to refer students to District of Columbia 
entities outside the LEA under the following circumstances: 

"(a) Students ages five (5) through thirteen (13) shall be referred by the LEA to the Child 
and Family Services Agency no later than two (2) school days after the accrual of ten (10) 
unexcused absences within one (1) school year and/or completion of the procedures specified 
in section 2103.3 of this chapter, or immediately at any time that educational neglect is 
suspected; 

"(b) Until the 2014-2015 school year, students ; age fourteen (14) and over shall be referred 
by the LEA to the Court Social Services Division of the Superior Court of. the District of 
Columbia , and to the Office of the Attorney General 'Juvenile Section no later than two (2) 
school days after the accrual of twenty-five (25) unexctiSed absences at airy time within one (1) 
schpolyear, ,- Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, such referral shall be maderafter the 
accrual of twenty (20) or more unexcused absences.". : ; ; ; ;^:n 

TITLE IV. DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH ; 
, f ,. ,, riV BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE 

Sec. 401. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment 
Act of 2012". 

Sec. 402. The Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2061 
effective December 18, 2001 (D.C. Law 14-56; D.C. Official Code § 7-1131.01 et seqj), -is 
amended as follows: , ; r ■ ;■:■-, 

. -., (a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 7-1131.02) is amended as Mows: • . ■ \ h ,' 

(1) Redesignate paragraph (1) as paragraph (IF). .</■ .;..■■■■,,;"'■. :./-Jq 

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

"(1) "Behavioral health" means a person's overall social, emotional, and psychological 
well-being* and development. 

"(lA)"Behavioral health assessment" means a more thorough and comprehensive exami- 
nation by a mental health professional of the behavioral health issues and needs identified 
during an initial behavioral health screening by which the mental health professional shall 
identify the type and extent of the behavioral health problem and make recommendations 
for treatment interventions. 

"(IB) "Behavioral Health Ombudsman" or "Ombudsman" means the individual responsi- 
ble for administering the Behavioral Health Ombudsman Program. 

"(1C) "Behavioral Health Ombudsman Program" or "Ombudsman Program" means the 
program established in section 115d to provide District residents with assistance in 
accessing behavioral health programs and services. 

"(ID) "Behavioral health screening" means a brief process designed to identify youth 
who are at risk of having behavioral health disorders that warrant immediate attention, or 
intervention, or to identify the need for further assessment with a more comprehensive 
examination. 

"(IE) "Business associate" means any organization or person working in association 
with, or providing services to, a covered entity who handles or discloses Personal Health 
Information, as that term is interpreted in 45 CFR 160.103 pursuant to the Health 
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, approved August 21, 1996 (110 Stat 
1936; 42 U.S.C. § 201, note) ("HIPPA").". 

(3) A new paragraph (31A) is added to read as follows: 

"(31 A) "Youth" means an individual under 18 years of age residing in the District and 
those individuals classified as youth in the custody of DYRS and the Child and Family 
Services Agency who are 21 years of age or younger.". 

(b) New sections 115b, 115c, and 115d are added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 115b. Youth behavioral health program. 

"(a) As of October 1, 2012, there is established within the Department, and shall be made 
available to all child development facilities, public schools, and public charter schools, a 
program that, at a minimum, provides participants with the tools needed to: 

"(1) Identify students who may have unmet behavioral health needs; and 

"(2) Refer identified students to appropriate services for behavioral health screenings 
and behavioral health assessments. 

"(b)(1) Starting October 1, 2014, completion of the program shall be mandatory for all: 

"(A) Teachers in public schools and public charter schools; 

"(B) Principals in public schools and public charter schools; and 

"(C) Staff employed by child development facilities, who are subject to training or 
continuing education requirements pursuant to licensing regulations. 

"(2) In addition to the individuals described in paragraph (1) of this subsection, the 
Mayor may determine through rulemaking other individuals who shall be required to 
complete the program. 

"(3) The Department may make the program available to other interested individuals. 

"(c) The Department shall keep a record of all participants who complete the program and 
shall provide the participants with written proof of completion. 

"(d) If so approved by the Office of the State Superintendent for Education, the program 
may count towards professional development credits. 

"Sec. 115c. Behavioral health resource guide. 

"(a) By March 30, 2013, the Department shall: 

"(1) Create a behavioral health resource guide for parents and legal guardians that 
includes information on: 

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"(A) Common signs and symptoms of behavioral health issues facing youth; & 

"(B) The roles and responsibilities of District government agencies in promoting 'and 
protecting the behavioral health of youth; ' i f w 

"(C) How a parent or legal guardian can obtain a behavioral health screening or 
assessment for a youth; and ^.tan 

"(D) Governmental and non-governmental resources for youth behavioral health 'pfrb- 
grams and services in the District, including contact information; and " ,l \l 

"(2) Create a behavioral health resource guide for a youth that includes: 

"(A) Age-appropriate information on common behavioral health issues facing youth; l 

"(B) A description of the impact behavioral health issues can have on a youth's 
development; and 

"(C) Governmental and non-governmental resources for youth behavioral' health pro- 
grams and services in the District, including contact information. , .>, 

"(b) The Department shall make the behavioral health resources guides available to the 
public both in print and on its website^ The Department shall also make the guides available 
to other District agencies and organizations for distribution. ■ .■.■'•■-, 

"(c) The Department shall update the behavioral health resource guides as appropriate: 

"Sec. 115d. Behavioral Health Ombudsman Program. ' ' ! ; : ? 

"(a) As of October 1, 2012, there is established within the Department a Behavioral Health 
Ombudsman Program ("Ombudsman Program") to provide District residents with assistance 
in accessing behavioral health programs and services. ."_''"' 

"(b)(1) Pursuant to its power set forth in section 104(15) and subject to paragraph (2) of 
this subsection, the Department may contract with a qualified private, community-based, 
nonprofit corporation, organization, or consortia of organizations, with offices located in the 
District, to operate the Ombudsman Program. The Department shall establish the criteria 
that an entity must meet to be selected to operate the Ombudsman Program; provided, that 
the criteria include: ,., 

"(A) A public interest mission; ..■■.' ''.,-.' 

"(B) Qualified staff and organizational expertise in: , , ; ; ;; 

"(i) Behavioral health services; < i; ->>' v* "" ; : 

"(ii) Behavioral health coverage under health benefits plans; ■ ;'•" 

"(iii) Public education and community outreach; and ....■"'■■.■■■ -■■'.'.' :.' " 

"(iv) Conflict resolution; c '■ ' ; '■' - '^ >'"" 

"(C) No direct involvement in the licensing, certification, or accreditation -' ! 6f a- tieTiav- 
ioral health facility, a health benefits plan, or with a provider of a behaviof.aV'health 
service; -,,. ,,,,., ;.,q ^jy> 

"(D) No direct ownership or investment interest in a behavioral health facility^health 
benefits plan, or any behavioral health service; ...!:'{■ 

"(E) No participation in the management of a behavioral health facility, health benefits 
plan, or any behavioral health service; and '.! .-■ 

"(F) No agreement or arrangement with an owner or operator of a behavioral health 
service, a behavioral health facility, or health benefits plan that could directly or 
indirectly result in remuneration, in cash or in kind, to the entity. 

"(2) If the Department is unable to contract with an outside entity that meets the criteria 
described in this section, or determines it to be in the best interests of the District, the ' 
-■ Department shall operate the Ombudsman Program. - 

"(c)(1) The Ombudsman Program shall be administered by the Behavioral Health Ombuds- 
man, who shall be appointed by the Director of the Department of Mental Health. ' 

"(2) The Ombudsman shall be a person: : ■; ,; J 

"(A) With substantive experience in the fields of behavioral health and patient 
advocacy; and . ; , , -, ■: 

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"(B) Who is an employee of the nonprofit corporation, organization, or consortia of 
organizations contracted to operate the Ombudsman Program; provided, that this 
subparagraph shall not apply if the Department operates the Ombudsman Program 
pursuant to subsection (b)(2) of this section. 

"(d) The Ombudsman Program may use volunteers with appropriate training and' supervi- 
sion to assist with counseling, outreach, and other tasks. 
"(e) The Ombudsman, or his or her designee, shall: 

"(1) Assist consumers in resolving problems concerning behavioral health providers, 
behavioral health facilities, and access to behavioral health care services and programs by 
referring consumers to appropriate regulatory agencies when their problems are within an 
agency's jurisdiction, guiding consumers through existing complaint processes, and assist- 
ing consumers in informally resolving problems through discussions with their providers. 

"(2) Educate District residents about behavioral health coverage under: 

"(A) Health benefits plans; 

"(B) Managed care health plans; and * . 

"(C) Any other behavioral health'services options. 

"(3) Refer individuals, when appropriate, to other District agencies or organizations for 
assistance with behavioral health services and programs; 

"(4) Work jointly, when appropriate, with other District agencies or organizations to 
promote greater access to behavioral health services and programs; 

"(5) Provide information regarding problems and concerns of consumers of behavioral 
health services' and make recommendations for resolving those problems and concerns to: 

"(A) The public; 

"(B) Government agencies; 

"(C) The Council of the District of Columbia; and 

"(D) Any other person or entity that the Ombudsman considers appropriate; 

"(6) Implement innovative strategies and adopt tools to maximize outreach to District 
residents; 

"(7) Identify and help resolve complaints on behalf of consumers and assist consumers 
with the filing, pursuit, and resolution of formal and informal complaints and appeals 
through existing processes, including: 

"(A) Internal reviews conducted by health benefits plans; 

"(B) Grievance and appeals processes for the HealthCare Alliance and Medicaid; and 

"(C) External reviews before independent review organizations, and the Department 
of Mental Health; and 

"(8) Comment on behalf of District residents on related behavioral health policy legisla- 
tion and regulations in the District. 

"(f) Within 30 days of the end of each fiscal year, the Ombudsman shall submit a report to' 
the Department, the Council, and the Mayor, and make it available to the public upon 
request, regarding the activities of the Ombudsman Program during the prior fiscal year, 
including: 

"(1) An accounting of all activities undertaken; 

"(2) An evaluation and analysis of the Ombudsman Program's performance; 

"(3) A complete fiscal accounting; 

"(4) Issues of concern to District residents; and 

"(5) Any recommendations to improve access to behavioral health services. 

"(g)(1) The Ombudsman shall establish an Advisory Council to consist of members repre- 
senting at least: 

"(A) Consumers; 

"(B) Three consumer advocacy organizations; 

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; /., "(j)) The Department of Health Care Finance; L, 

"(E) The Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration; TK | 

.;,; .. r . J( "(Fj),.. The Child and Family Services Agency; -.:,..,■■ ^y> 

"(G) The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services; , ; , >■ ■ ir 

"(H) Health benefits plans; . .1 . ■' ; nV 

v ■■ ; ^(I) Health care facilities; < r ' 

: "(J) The Health Care Ombudsman Program; "' ;r '■"''■ ' : : "■ 

; ^(K) Health professionals with expertise in a person's overall social, emotional, and 
psychological well-being and development; ..■!,-■'-■ V ...'<■ 

"(L) The District of Columbia Public Schools; and ■,.-. t . t , ., si , , ... 

"(M) The Public Charter School Board. ' \ , : . ;i 

"(2) The Advisory Council shall meet quarterly ;to perfqrmj at: a minimum, the following 
functions: f . , \ . .- :. -. :."../■■ 

"(A) Advise the Ombudsman on program design and operational issues; \ 
"(B) Recommend changes in the Ombudsman Program; and . . .,- ; ■, ■/: , ,;■ .,. >■ 
"(C) Review data on cases handled by , the Ombudsman Program and make recommen- 
dations based on that data. ,\..-. ■ ', ^:m' ; > 

"(h)(1) The Ombudsman may review the records of a health-benefits plan, or other 
provider, pertaining to an individual's medical records; provided, that the Ombudsman 
received the appropriate consent from the individual or his or her legal representative. 

"(2) The Ombudsman shall maintain the confidentiality of the. records in accordance with 
.all federal and state confidentiality and disclosure laws. 

"(3) No information or records maintained by the Ombudsman Program shall be 
disclosed to the public unless the individual or individual's legal representative has provided 

■ the appropriate consent for the release of the information or records: ..■.:■.-:: Jg 

"(i) The Ombudsman Program shall enter into a business associate agreement witK 'title 
Department of Health Care Finance to allow the Ombudsman Program access to information 
about the Medicaid eligibility status of consumers whom it serves and that requires the 
Ombudsman Program to safeguard that information pursuant to the Privacy Rule (45 C.F.R. 
§§ 160 and 164) adopted pursuant to HIPP A. . ;■ 

■ "(j) The Ombudsman shall request and promptly receive, with reasonable notice, the 
cooperation, assistance, and data from ; other District agencies, as necessary to enable the 
Ombudsman Program to investigate a resident's complaint under District or federal Jaw. 

. "(k) No employee, subcontractor, designee, : or representative of the Ombudsman Program 
shall be held liable for the good-faith performance of responsibilities under, this. section; 
except, no immunity shall extend to criminal acts or other acts that violate District or federal 
law.- " ' ; '"/ : '\\. ;■' " ' ; _' v '' /.. : ; 

."(£) No person, agency, provider, or facility shall, obstruct the Ombudsman, or, his or herj 
designee, from the lawful performance of any duty or the exercise of any power. '" , r ; . :„ , 

"(m) Nothing in this section shall prohibit: a corporation, organization, or . consortia of 
organizations contracted to operate the Ombudsman Program from raising private .money 
through foundation' resources to supplement government funds l for the Ombudsman : Pro- 
gram.". ' " >■-■'■■'■' ■ \ •■■> : V. ; ' 

TITLE V. CHILD WELFARE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE INFRASTRUCTURE 

. Sec.SOi. 1 Short title, ' " '" ■■ --■' ■ 

This title may be cited as the "Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health. 

Infrastructure Amendment Act of 2012". - 

Sec.502. Family resource guide. / , " ;,'/:/ :...<' 



2012 Legislation Law 19-141, § 504(a) 

(a) By October 1, 2013, the Mayor shall create a comprehensive resource guide for families 
who come into contact with the child welfare or juvenile justice systems. The guide shall 
include: 

(1) A clear explanation of the rights and responsibilities of children and families; 

(2) The role of District agencies, including the: 
(A) Child and Family Services Agency; 

■(B) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services; 

(C) Department of Mental Health; and 

(D) Department of Health Care Finance; 

(3) The role of the courts; 

(4) District government and non-governmental resources related to behavioral health, 
including contact information; and 

(5) Websites for District government agencies and nongovernment resources related to 
behavioral health. 

(b) The resource guide shall be: 

(1) Made publicly available on the Internet; 

(2) Updated as necessary, along with updates of the information described in subsection 
(a)(4) and (5) of this section; and 

(3) Made available to other District agencies for distribution. 

Sec. 503. Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services behavioral health and compliance 
report. 

The Mayor shall submit a report to the Council by March 30 of each year, which shall 
include: 

(1) The number of youth: 

(A) Who were committed to the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services 
("DYRS") during the previous calendar year; 

(B) Who received the required behavioral health screening; 

(C) Whose behavioral health screening indentified a need for further behavioral health 
assessment; 

(D) Who received a behavioral health assessment; and 

(E) Who were referred to appropriate services; 

(2) The reasons why a committed youth in DYRS did not receive the required behavioral 
health screening or behavioral health assessment, if any; and 

(3) If necessary, recommendations on how DYRS can ensure that all of its committed 
youth are receiving the required behavioral health screenings and behavioral health 
assessments along with an estimate of the time it will take to meet that requirement. 

Sec. 504. The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Establishment Act of 2004, 
effective April 12, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-335; D.C. Official Code § 2-1515.01 et seq.), is amended 
as follows: 

(a) Section 101 (D.C. Official Code § 2-1515.01) is amended by adding new paragraphs 
(1A), (IB), and (1C) to read as follows: 

"(1A) "Behavioral health" means a person's overall social, emotional, and psychological 
well-being and development. 

"(IB) "Behavioral health assessment" means a more thorough and comprehensive exami- 
nation by a mental health professional of all behavioral health issues and needs identified 
during an initial behavioral health screening by which the mental health professional shall 
identify the type and extent of the behavioral health problem and make recommendations 
for treatment interventions. 

"(1C) "Behavioral health screening" means a brief process designed to identify youth 
who are at risk of having behavioral health disorders that warrant immediate attention, or 

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intervention, or to identify the need for further assessment with a comprehensive Examina- 
tion.". ; >:,■{!)<) mhf 

(b) Section 104 (D.C. Official Code § 2-1515.04) is amended as follows: [ :*iwkni 

(1) Paragraph (12) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. [ ' 

(2) Paragraph (13) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; ; and" in 
its place. - •■■■■.■ 

, (3) A new paragraph (14) is added to read as follows: — 

"(14) Conducting a behavioral health screening and assessment as required in section 
104a.". .,,., : .; ;" _; ; -.,. ..;■;, ,... ,t ,v :] 

(c) A new section 104a is added to read as follows: :;■; - -r 
"Sec. 104a. Behavioral health screening and assessment ; requirements*. f ; . ■■■■'■> 

"(a) All youth in contact with the Department shall, to the extent that it is not ^consistent 
with a court order, receive a behavioral health screening .and* if necessary, a behavioral health 
assessment within 30 days of initial contact; provided, that the Mayor may, . through 
rulemaking, require that the behavioral health screening and assessment be conducted within 
fewer than 30 days of the initial contact. 

"(b) For the purposes of this section, the term "youth" means an individual under 18 years 
of age residing in the District and those individuals classified as committed youth in the 
custody of the Department who are 21 years of age or younger."* ;; 

Sec. 505. The Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977, effective September 23, 
1977 (D.C. Law 2-22; D.C, Official Code § 4-1301.02 et seq.\ is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 4-1301.02) is amended as follows: • ^ :f: ;' J '* 

(1) New paragraphs (2A-i), (2A-ii), and (2A-iii) are added to read as follows: -^ \ 

"(2A-i) "Behavioral health" means a person's overall social, emotional, and psychological 
well-being and development. ' ] ' } 

"(2A-ii) "Behavioral health assessment" means a more thorough and comprehensive 
examination by a mental health professional of all behavioral health issues and needs 
identified during an initial behavioral health screening by which the mental health profes- 
sional shall identify the type and extent of the behavioral health problem and make 
recommendations for treatment interventions. 

"(2A-iii) "Behavioral health screening" means a brief process designed to Mentify, youth 
who are at risk of having behavioral health disorders that warrant immediate attention, or 
intervention, or to identify the need for further assessment with a more comprehensive 
. examination.", am iilh >:,' : . ..■..<;/'-< ::■:■.,.: ;■,/,.■■.■■'. . ■ ri\> 

(2) A new paragraph (15C) is adel'ed ibread as follows: : ^if -i ^ -' , 'ii^ < 
"(15C) "Placement disruption" mfearis ah\. unplanned move necessary to protect tnfe Safety 

arid well-being of the youth.". ; -f ni ■ :f- yCj f " y:A J, '^ ' '.' ' ; / lVl](iJ - 

(3) A new paragraph (22) is added to reacl as follows: ' ' * J " "" r ' ' '" ' "'" 
"(22) <f Youth" means an individual under ^'l&^ears of agejres^^m the District! and } 

those classified as youth in the custody of the Agency who are 21 years of age or youngje|l"^ 

(b) A new section 303e is added to read as follows; •>, f ,?. > v *,,v^v* 'hi- ■■■■■ (<>\ 

"Sec. 303e. Behavioral health screening and assessment, requirements, ; l >■ ' ,■ : ; / l ) 

"(a) All children in the custody of the Agency shall, to the extent that it is not inconsistent 
with a court order, receive a behavioral health screening and, if necessary, a behavioral health 
assessment within 30 days of initial contact with the Agency or a placement disruption. 
Through rulemaking, the Mayor may reduce the number of days within which a behavioral 
health screening and behavioral health assessment are required. 

"(b) The Agency shall connect all children who are assessed as being in need of behavioral 
health care to an appropriate behavioral health service. v 

"(c) The Agency shall provide the behavioral health resource guide for parents and legal 
guardians and the behavioral health resource guide for youth created pursuant to section 115c 

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of the Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2001, passed on 2nd 
reading on March 20, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-211), to families of children in Agency 
custody.". 

TITLE VI. GENERAL PROVISIONS 

Sec. 601. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

Sec. 602. 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. 603. 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: April 10, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: June 7, 2012. 



RAISING THE EXPECTATIONS FOR EDUCATION 
OUTCOMES OMNIBUS ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-142 

Act 19-345 

AN ACT to require the Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools to meet requirements 
and goals to ensure a reasonable expectation that children 3 and 4 years of age are prepared for 
kindergarten and that children in the 3rd grade meet specified academic achievements and are 
prepared for a 4th grade curriculum, to establish a pilot early warning and support system to 
track how individual students in select feeder school groups are performing on certain 
indicators of high school and college readiness, to require that all public high school students 
apply to at least one post-secondary institution before graduation, to require that all public 
high schools instruct students on the application process, how to apply for financial aid, and 
on other resources to streamline the transition to a post-secondary institution, and to require 
that every student take the SAT or the American College Testing program before graduation, 
to establish a pilot incentive program for 3 years to encourage highly effective teachers to 
teach in high-need schools, to require the Mayor to establish a plan to implement the pilot 
incentive program, to require the Mayor to establish the Community Schools Incentive 
Initiative, and to establish the Community Schools Fund. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Raising the Expectations for Education Outcomes Omnibus Act of 
2012". 

TITLE I. EARLY WARNING AND SUPPORT SYSTEM 
Sec. 101. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Early Warning and Support System Act of 2012". 
Sec. 102. Definitions. 

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For the purposes of this title, the term: ■ : odl'lo 

'■'' "(i) "DC-BAS" meaiis the DC Benchmark System. ■■" •^■\:Y^hiim 

..■■ : ; i >o.7au*) 

(2) "DC-CAS" means the District of Columbia Comprehensive Assessment System 

examination. 

(3) "Feeder school group" means one or more schools serving students in grades 4 
through 9. Feeder school groups shall be selected by the Mayor and may consist of any/of 
the following: . : ,,,, 

(A) An elementary school, middle school, and a high school in the same feeder pattern^ 

(B) An education campus and high school in the same feeder pattern; or ; : H , , ; 

r,;; ; . :(C) One school that serves students in grades 4 through 9.- . , ■■.. ..,. 

1 (4) "Low-performing school' 7 ' means a public school or public charter school in which ' 
fewer than 40% of students performed proficient or higher oh the 2011 DC-CAS. : "\ ' : " ' :; 

(5) "Mid-high-performing school" means a public school or- public charter school in 
which 40% or more of students performed proficient dr higher on the 2011 D.Q-GAS. 

Sec. 103. Pilot early waiting and support system. ' . '. 

,(a)(i) There is established a pilot early warning and support system ("early warning and^ 
support system") to track how individual students in grades 4 through 9 in 4 feeder school -i 
groups are performing on certain indicators of high school and college readiness. The early 
warning and support system shall identify students who are at risk of leaving school prior to 
graduation and develop initiatives to support high school and college readiness, and increase 
high school graduation rates. The initiatives may include: 

(A) College and career awareness; 

(B) Parent outreach and engagement; 

(C) Tutoring and mentoring for struggling learners, including the use of technology- 
based programs; 

(D) Transition programs for middle, and higjli, school (particularly grades 5 and 8); 

(E) Individualized learning plans; and 

(F) Data coaches. <.■'■■.■■:.' " • v> 

(2) Two feeder school groups shall be comprised of mid-high-perfprming schools -and^ 
feeder school groups shall be comprised of low-performing schools^, , ..,.,- ,j, ;[ ^ ; m u 

(b) The data collected shall include for each student in grades 4 "through '9iri a^fe^der 
school group: .,'..,■ ... .., .* f 

(1) The results of all standardized assessments, including the DG-CAS and ; D.feBAlS;i 

(2) Measures of behavior and attendance; and : ) ■ >■■■"• »■ ^'^ 

; (3) Performance measures for math and English courses, including, at a minimum, mid- 
year and end-of-course grades. ■■■..;-; 

(c) The Mayor shall implement the early warning and support system in 4 feeder school 
groups and may give priority to schools in which high school and college readiness initiatives 
developed pursuant to subsection (a)(1) of this section are inplace. ; l( ■,..' \,.- ■.;.<.. -, ■-;■■ 

(d)(1) Schools within each feeder school group are required to collaborate with each other 
arid with the Mayor's office to ensure' alignment df data collection. ' >V i: ' \ 

(2) Individual student data collected through the early warning and support system shall: '] 
be shared with participating feeder school groups and summarized data shall be shared" 1 
with the public. 

(e) The participating feeder school groups shall have access to additional funding that shall 
support new and existing initiatives to increase high school and college readiness ; and to 
increase high school graduation rates. 

(f) Funding shall be ; prioritized for low-performing schools. ; ' ; " ■ -■'■''■ 
Sec. 104. Survey. : - ■■'. 

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The Mayor shall survey a sample of schools to identify existing initiatives used to support 
high school and college readiness and increase graduation rates. Results of the survey shall 
be submitted to the Council within 90 days of the effective date of this title. 

Sec. 105. Report. 

(a) The Mayor shall create a report that shall include: 

(1) School-level data collected through the early warning and support system for each 
participating feeder school group; 

(2) Recommendations highlighting best practices to improve high school and college 
readiness and increase high school graduation rates among all schools, including the feeder 
school groups; and 

(3) A plan to expand the early warning and support system to all schools within 3 years 
of the effective date of this title. 

(b) The report shall be submitted to the Council one year after implementation of this title. 

TITLE II. POST-SECONDARY PREPARATION PLAN 

Sec. 201. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Post-Secondary Preparation Plan Act of 2012". 

Sec. 202. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this title, the term: 

(1) "Post-secondary institution" means an entity that awards an academic degree or 
professional certification, which may include a: 

(A) University; 

(B) College; 

(C) Seminary; 

(D) Vocational school; 

(E) Trade school; or 

(F) The military. 

(2) "Public high school" means a public school or public charter school that provides 
instruction for students in the 9th through 12th grades. 

Sec. 203. Post-secondary preparation plan. 

(a)(1) Beginning with the graduating class of 2014, the Mayor shall ensure that each public 
high school student applies to at least one post-secondary institution before graduation. 

(2) The Mayor shall ensure that each public high school student participates in a 
program designed to provide students with information on applying to an appropriate post- 
secondary institution, including information on financial aid and other resources necessary 
to streamline a transition to a post-secondary institution. The program may include school- 
based and non-school-based resources. 

(b) The Mayor shall issue a report that details the number of students that attend a post- 
secondary institution, including the number of students who attend each type, including: 

(1) Universities; 

(2) Colleges; 

(3) Vocational schools; and 

(4) Other post-secondary institutions. 

(c) Beginning with the graduating class of 2014, the Mayor shall require that each student 
attending public high school takes the SAT or the American College Testing program before 
graduation. 

(d) The Mayor may exempt a student from the requirements of subsections (a)(1) and (c) of 
this section, if the Mayor determines that it would constitute an undue hardship on the 
student. 

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TITLE. III. HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TEACHER INCENTIVE " : 

Sec. 301. Short title. 'd 

This title may be cited as the "Highly Effective Teacher Incentive Act of 2012"; >■■ ' 

Sec. 302. Definitions. : ; r (;.;) 

For the purposes of this title, the term: : l ■.:") 

(1) "DCPS" means the District of Columbia Public Schools established by section 10 r 2'%f 
the Public Education Reform Amendment At Of 2007, effective June 12, 2007 (D.C/:Law 
17-9; D.C. Official Code § 38-171). The term "DCPS" doesnOt include pubHc charter , 
schools. '■:; '. ,:■■■:' ^- i:: -. bmh-i 

(2) "High-need school" means:; - : ; : ". .' ; ,; > ;-U ^.-^v ^; A ■<:) 

(A) A DCPS school that has: - : " : -- v - ! - ; ' r ' : '" , ' i '-"- ii - f ' i Vfi 
(i) Been in operation for no fewer than 5 years; •iv.-n, ■.'■■■.:■.: ■< ;*■■ - ,<■;■ 
(ii) A minimum of 200 students; 

(iii) Forty percent or fewer of its students meeting proficiency on the District of 
Columbia Comprehensive Assessment System examination in both reading and math; 
and 

(iv) Seventy-five percent or more of its students qualify for free or reduced-price 
lunch; or ;!; ,Vj ^ 

(B) A public charter school that: 
(i) Is a tier one or tier 2 school;' 

(ii) Has been in operation for no fewer than 5 years; and , 

(iii) Has a minimum of 200 students. 

(3) "Highly effective teacher" means: 

(A) A DCPS teacher who receives a rating of "highly effective" under the DCPS 
IMPACT evaluation system; or ' ' 

(B) A public charter school teacher who receives a rating that meets the highly 
effective standard agreed upon by the Mayor and that public charter school: " : >■ J - ; 

Sec.303. Pilot incentive program, H i,,(1 * J '' ^ - '■>■ .-■ ^Iiin'Vv'i) ^ 

(a)(1) There is established a pilot incentive program to encourage highly effective teachers 
to teach in high-need schools for the start of the 2913^2014 school ye'aft'^' ; f/i -"^ -^ 

(2) The incentives shall include: : "" Vi -^ :;■■ ' v ^iiv/ vru(d^^; ( iHiVi 

(A) A one-time bonus of $10,000; T^T'."/ ''-I?'? ! : " ""'^ "^ 

(B) Homebuyer and other housing assistance, including; 1 y '. ., 7 (l C 

(i) Access to subsidized rental housing units; : ..-..■". 

(ii) Forgivable loans for a down payment of up to 10% of the median home price in 
theDistrict; and / r^ ;>( 

(iii) Access to low-interest mortgage loans; >^' (*0 

(C) An amount of up to $5,000 to be expended on tuition assistance, which riiay include '' 
reimbursement for specific courses that lead to certification in high-demand j subject 
areas, such as math and science, and loan-repayment assistance for existing'. education 
loans; and , n \j f ^ 

(D) An amount of up to $3,000 to be used as income tax credits. . : ^ <>.) 

(3) The incentives shall not exceed the maximum allowable amounts over the 3-year 
eriod of the pilot program. v^jj^ 

^b)(l)(A) The pilot program shall consist of 4 high-need schools. At least one of the schools;; 
dhall be a tier one or tier 2 public charter school. . ; ■;.,) 

(B) At least 3, but not more than 5, teachers' shall be selected for each school of the^f 
schools in the pilot program. r ; 

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(2) The Mayor shall establish a plan to implement the pilot program. The plan shall be 
submitted to the Council for review within 90 days of the effective date of this title. The 
plan shall include: 

(A) A process for teachers to apply to the program; 

(B) A process for selecting qualified applicants, which shall include a requirement that 
a teacher commit to serving a minimum of 3 years at a high-need school; and 

(C) Guidelines for selecting high-need schools, which shall include schools that have: 

(i) A proficiency in both reading and math of 40% or below; and 

(ii) At least 75% or more of students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunch; 
and 

(D) Guidelines for selecting highly effective teachers. 

(3) For DCPS, highly effective teachers shall be selected according to IMPACT stan- 
dards. For public charter schools, the Mayor shall work with each public charter school to 
develop the criteria for selecting highly effective teachers. 

Sec. 304 Report. 

The Mayor shall provide a report by August 30th of each year in which the pilot program is 
in operation, which shall include: 

(1) The number of teachers committed to continuing the pilot program for the following 
year; 

(2) Feedback from the participating teachers regarding implementation of the pilot 
program and the incentives; 

(3) An assessment of the effectiveness of the pilot program; and 

(4) Recommendations for improving the pilot program. 
Sec. 305. Sunset. 

This title shall expire 3 years from its effective date. 

TITLE IV. COMMUNITY .SCHOOLS INCENTIVE 

Sec. 401. Short title. 

This title may be cited as the "Community Schools Incentive Act of 2012". 

Sec. 402. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this title, the term: ■ 

(1) "Community partner" means a provider of one or more eligible services. 

(2) "Community school" means a public and private partnership to coordinate education- 
al, developmental, family, health, and after-school-care programs during school and non- 
school hours for students, families, and local communities at a public school or public 
charter school with the objectives of improving academic achievement, reducing absentee- 
ism, building stronger relationships between students, parents, and communities, and 
improving the skills, capacity, and well-being of the surrounding community residents. 

(3) "Eligible consortium" means a partnership established between a- local education 
agency and one or more community partners for purposes of establishing, operating, and 
sustaining a community school. 

(4) "Eligible services" means: 

(A) Primary medical and dental care that will be available to students and community 
residents; 

(B) Mental health prevention and treatment services that will be available to students 
and community residents; 

(C) Academic-enrichment activities designed to promote a student's cognitive develop- 
ment and provide opportunities to practice and apply academic skills; 

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'■■>t . '(D) Programs designed to increase attendance, including reducing early chronic 
'"■' absenteeism rates; T 

(E) Youth development programs designed to promote young people's social, emotion- 
al, physical, and moral development, including artsi sports, physical fitness^ youth 

1: leadership, community service, and service-learning opportunities; 

(F) Early childhood education, including Head Start and Early Head Start programs; 

'"'(Of) Programs designed to: r ; ; -■ - > 

(i) Facilitate piarentar involvement in, arid engagement with, their 1 children's edu- 
v ^cation j including parental activities that involve supporting, moriitoririg;.- arid advocating 
for their children's education; , h*-> 

(ii) Promote parental leadership; m the life of the school; and ; ■:■>':■ .'■ • - 

' (iii) Build parenting skills; 

J ' (H) School-age child-care services, including before-school arid after-school services 
and full-day programming that operates during school holidays, summers, vacations, arid 
weekends; .'.;■■' 

: :: .($) Programs that provide assistance to students who:have been truant, suspended, or 
expelled and that offer multiple pathways to high school graduation M General Edu-' - 
., cational Development completion; , ......;/■■ • . ,.. , , .- ; ; , M \ 

(J) Youth and adult job-training services and career-counseling services; - :, v- 

; ■-■=?■' ';■; (K) Nutrition-education services;' i ;'■;■ /^::<f; ■-• ■jfepbT^ -v'.- ^':<.r\ J-^'i-y-ii <'■:■. 

(L) Adult education, including instruction in English as a second' language, adult 
literacy, computer literacy, financial literacy, 'and hard-skills training; or ■:■■,-. ; ; ■, 

(M) Programs that provide remedial education and enrichment activities; \ •■ .;> 
Sec. 403. Administration of Community Schools Incentive Initiative. :'.; ,- : ; <.;■ \ 

(a) The Mayor shall establish and administer the multiyear Community Schools Incentive 
Initiative ("Incentive Initiative") to award multiyear grants to incentivize the establishment of 
no fewer than 5 new community schools within one year of the effective date of this title, with 
priority given to schools that have: ' , • 

(1) A focus on mental health prevention and treatment services and adult education arid 
training; and >, 

(2) A student population of which at least 75% of the students qualify for free r or 
reduced-price lunch. ' /'^ 

(b) The Mayor shall promote and encourage the use of public school and public charter 
school facilities by community and neighborhood groups. . , J1 m ; 

(c) Within 60 days of the effective date of this title, the Mayor shall convene a Community 
Schools Advisory Committee that shall consist of : , - 4 . ■/ ; ..• 

' (1) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, or designee; -•■;,»-<■ .*, ^ 
(2) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, or designee; J 
(3), The Director of the Department of Healthy or designee; . .. .., - ; - ,■-•:,;; 

(4) The Director of the Department of Employment Services, or designee; , . „ , . 

;:j (5) The President of the State Board of Education, or designee; ;ij; ■ ., ( , - ■■ 

(6) The President of the University of the District of Coluriibia, or desigriee; 'V 

(7) The President of the University of the District of Columbia Community College 1 , or 
4esign.ee; , . ..,-.. \-,.:- ■■;.■■.■ < _--:- ;:.:■■{ ; =■■■■//-,.': ••<:■■■.;> ; r i..;:; W^\vy. i .--,.•.- : ) : - 

(8) The Deputy Mayor for Education, or designee; -.1. \ ■< . <? 
, , (9) Representatives from at least 4 community-based organizations; , j j , , \ 

(10) Representatives from at least 4 philanthropic or business organizations; • r "^ 
■■rj'diyjjThe.DireGtbf of the Public : Charter School Board, or designee; and '^ 

(12) The directors of 2 public charter schools. ■'' 

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(d) The Community Schools Advisory Committee shall: 

(1) Advise the Mayor on the development of the Incentive Initiative, including the 
development of a results-based framework and accompanying performance indicators with 
which to measure the success of the Incentive Initiative; 

(2) Participate in the selection process for Incentive Initiative grantees; 

(3) Develop recommendations on how all public schools can become centers of their 
communities by opening school facilities for nonprofit and community use; 

(4) Identify potential funding sources for the provision of eligible services within the 
Incentive Initiative; and 

(5) Develop yearly measurable performance goals to assess: 

(A) How to increase the percentage of families and students receiving services for 
each year of the Incentive Initiative; 

(B) The outcomes. for students and families, particularly student academic achieve- 
ment; and 

(C) The number of public schools and public charter schools that have established 
formal relationships with community and neighborhood groups to use school facilities. 

(e) Within 180 days of the effective date of the title, the Mayor shall establish a process for 
awarding grants of no more than $200,000 a year to successful eligible consortiums and shall 
require that each application for an Incentive Initiative grant include: 

(1) An assessment of the local school community and the neighborhood's needs and 
assets; 

(2) A description of the proposed eligible consortium, including the type and number of 
community partners, as defined in section 402, and how the eligible consortium shall 
address the needs and build upon the assets of the community that the eligible consortium 
will serve; 

(3) A proposed budget and narrative description of the proposed use of grant funds, 
which budget shall reflect a core concept of service coordination and integration and the 
narrative describe how the eligible consortium shall provide at least 4 additional eligible 
services that did not exist before the establishment of the eligible consortium; 

(4) The identification of operational funding for eligible services and community part- 
ners; and 

(5) A plan for the development of a community advisory board to include members of 
school leadership, school faculty, parents of school students, community leaders, communi- 
ty-based organizations, and other community members. 

(f) The Mayor shall: 

(1) Conduct periodic evaluations of the progress achieved with funds allocated under a 
grant, consistent with the purposes of this section; 

(2) Use the evaluations to refine and improve activities conducted with the grant and the 
performance measures for the activities; 

(3) Make the results of the evaluations publicly available, including providing public 
notice of the availability; and 

(4) Identify best practices and lessons learned for the purpose of informing the District- 
wide community school policy. . 

Sec. 404. Establishment of Community School Fund. 

(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Community Schools Fund ("Fund"). 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)(1) The Fund shall be used solely for the purposes of supporting schools designated as 
community schools. 

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(2) No more than 10% of the Fund shall bfe used to fund administrative costs associated 
with the operations of the Mayor; and ,■ . ( j > 

(3) The Fund shall be used to fund the planning and implementation, of the Inc^ntiye 
Initiative grant program. i .{bitlv/ 

(c) The following monies shall be deposited into the Fund: >i (&) 

\(1) Federal funds and grants; ■'■' :/ ; ( & 

(2) Localfunds; '' V; v '•' ' "' - " iilim . 

(3)Gifts; and ; - ■>"■" ' i; ': } T 

(4) Payments from public or private sources, ' V 

TITLE V. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ! ■ ' - ; ^ 

See. 501. Shorttitle. < - -; / 

This title may be cited as the "Early Childhood Education Act of 2012". 

Sec.502. Definitions. . ■ j> mv ""' ,; i r, ; : \ , 

For the purposes of this title, the term: ,'.'.".'"" % ' ■ " . \..' - 

(1) "Chancellor" means the chief executive officer of the District of Columbia Public ^ 
Schools appointed pursuant to section 105 of the Public Education Reform Amendment Act ^ 
of 2007, effective June 12, 2007 (D.C. Law 17-9; D.C. Official Code § 38-174). ^ riiJrJl 

(2) "DCPS" means the District of Columbia Public Schools established by section i02 of 
the Public Education Reform Amendment Act of 2007, effective June 12, 2007 (D.C: Law 
17-9; D.C. Official Code § 38-171). ^ 

Sec. 503. Requirements and goals. - - 

(a) To meet the academic achievement requirements and goals set forth in this section^ the 
Chancellor shall: ,,. 

(1) Establish guidelines for academic achievement; 

(2) Develop and implement curricula; and 

(3) Ensure that DCPS staff and administrators are trained to implement the curricula 
established pursuant to paragraph (2) of this subsection to meet the goals set forth in 

' subsection (b) of this section. ; :v ' i; 

(b) The Chancellor shall be responsible forf ; ■' / ; '' „ -^ 

(1) Academic achievement goals, vyhich shall include the reasonable expectation t^at T all 

children: ■■■■■■ -. v 

(A) Three or 4 years of age in DCPS shall be properly prepared for entry and 
achievement in the DCPS Mridergarteh' program; and ^ ■ , ., -hMD 

(B) In the 3rd grade, upon being promoted to the 4th grade, shall be aMe 5 to IT fead 
independently and to understand the fundamental of mathematics so 1 that thfey -can: 

(i) Add; ; .';' ' ;; ,v '- - ; '- "•»/;'-«;^;^- 

(ii) Subtract; ; ' . M '^V^/^- J :\ 1/J '\[ 

(iii) Multiply; and .,..., , 

(iv) Divide; and 

(2) Readiness goals, which shall include readiness evaluations for all children: 

(A) Three or 4 years of age in DCPS, which shall be designed and implemented to 
measure the ability of a student entering the DCPS kindergarten program and to , = 
determine his or her readiness for entry and achievement in DCPS; and 

(B) In kindergarten through 3rd grade in DCPS, which shall be designed and 
implemented to measure the reading and mathematical ability of a student entering a, . 
grade kindergarten through 3rd grade to determine the student's readiness for entry and ; 

, achievement in the relevant grade level. , , ( 

Sec. 504. Tracking and monitoring., .: , ; ^; 

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The Chancellor shall: 

(1) Track and monitor the preparedness of: 

(A) The early childhood population of children 3 and 4 years of age to determine the 
children's readiness for entry and achievement in DCPS; and 

(B) Children in kindergarten through 3rd grade in DCPS to determine their readiness 
for entry and achievement in the 4th grade; 

(2) Develop a plan to address: 

(A) The early childhood population of children 3 and 4 years of age who are not ready 
for entry and achievement in DCPS; and 

(B) Children in kindergarten through 3rd grade in DCPS who are not ready for entry 
and achievement in the 4th grade; 

(3) Conduct readiness evaluations annually to ascertain whether: 

(A) Children 3 and 4 years of age are prepared for kindergarten; • and 

(B) Children in the 3rd grade are prepared to be promoted to the 4th grade; and 

(4) Submit to the Council and the Mayor, by October 1 of each year: 

(A) The results of the readiness evaluations required by paragraph (3) of this section; 
and 

(B) A DCPS annual report for the preceding academic year delineating the progress 
and readiness of all students. 

TITLE VI. RULEMAKING 
Sec. 601. Rules. 

(a) 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 
rules to implement the provisions of this act. 

(b) Each local education agency may advise the Mayor with respect to all proposed matters 
or rules issued pursuant to this act. 

TITLE VII. GENERAL PROVISIONS 

Sec. 701. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

Sec. 702. 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. 703. 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 f 
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: April 20, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: June 19, 2012. 

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DISB FINGERPRINT-BASED BACKGROUND 
CHECK AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-143 

Act 19-346 '-. v...-. :■■::■-: - — 



AN ACT to authorize the Commissioner of the Department of insurance, Securities, and Banking 

.to require fingerprint-based national criminal history record background checks Of applicants 

for certain charters, licenses, and registrations issued by the department;, and to amend (the 

21st Century Financial Modernization Act of 2000 to expand the, general powers of the 

^'Commissioner.' ■ ' : '/':'/'"'"' \'\ Ui J 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA/ That: this 
act may be cited as the "DISB Fingerprint-Based Background Check Authorization Act of 

2012". - : ';,; 

' ,....- ....'■ ; : ' : ' . Title i ' '"" ;.' '\^'.,':" 

Sec. 101. Definitions. 

For thfe purposes of this act, thfe term; .' ' ■; 

(1) "Applicant" means an individual, or other person designated by the Commissioner by 
rule, applying for any of the following: 

(A) An initial license as a resident insurance producer pursuant to the Producer 
Licensing Act of 2002, effective March 27, 2003 (D.C. Law 14-264; D.C. Official Code 
§ 31-1131.01 et seq.), or public insurance adjuster pursuant to the Public Insurance 

,- Adjuster Licensure Act of 2002, effective March 27, 2003 (D.C. Law 14-256; D.C. Official 
,: Code § 31-1631.01 et seq.); , , , m- ;: ^r :: 

(B) A license or registration to be an, agent; broker-dealer, investment adviser^ 6r : 
investment adviser representative pursuant to the Securities Act of 2000, effective 
October 26, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-203; D.C. Official Code ;'§ 31-5601.01 et seq.); 

(C) A charter to open and operate a new bank pursuant to the District of Columbia" 
Regional Interstate Banking Act of 1985, effective November 23, 1985 (D.C. Law 6-63; 
D.C. Official Code § 26-701 et seq.); or ;-, j~ v y n p r 

(D) A license, charter, or registration, other than those designated in subparagraphs 
(A) through (C) of this paragraph, as designated by the Commissioner by.rule. r f .; y? /n ;^ 

(2) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of the Department pf Insurance, Securi- 
ties, and Banking. r ' ■ J4f -' i = :i ' " A ■-■' :1 '; '" m 'f li[ ^ 

(3) "Fingerprint" means an impression of the lines on the finger taken for the purpose of 
identification. The impression may be electronic or in ink converted to an electronic 
format. 

Sec. 102. Fingerprinting and criminal history record background checks. , ' ,'.,"...,; 

(a) The Commissioner shall require state and national criminal history record background - n 
checks of each applicant for the purpose of determining eligibility for a license, registration, 
or charter. In order for the Commissioner to obtain and receive national criminal history 
records from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Criminal Justice Information Services 
Division, the Commissioner shall require each applicant to submit a fall set of fingerprints, irr 
iridudihg a scanned electronic or digital fingerprint or a hard copy fingerprint. ■■"■' : - , '< /! 

(b) The applicant shall bear the cost of administering and processing the fingerprinting and ■ 
criminal history record background checks. The' Commissioner shall establish, by rule, fees ', 
to cover the costs associated with the fingerprinting and criminal history record background'" 

checks. 

r .. ,■■" v 'i--. 

(c) The Commissioner may contract for the collection and transmission of fingerprints 
authorized under this act, including any administrative functions related thereto., 

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(d) The Commissioner may exchange the fingerprints and other information with, and 
receive criminal history record background information from, the Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of facilitating determinations 
regarding eligibility for licensure under this act. The Metropolitan Police Department may 
exchange this fingerprint data with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

Sec. 103. Confidentiality. 

(a) The Commissioner shall: 

(1) Treat and maintain applicants' fingerprints and any criminal history record back- 
ground information obtained under this act as confidential; 

(2) Apply security measures consistent with the Criminal Justice Information Services 
Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's standards for the electronic storage of 
fingerprints and necessary identifying information; and 

(3) Limit the use of records solely for the purposes authorized by this act. 

(b) For the purposes of this act, any such records shall: 

(1) Not be deemed to be a public record within the meaning of section 3(18) of the 
District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 
1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-502(18)); 

(2) Not be subject to disclosure, except pursuant to a subpoena issued by order of a 
court of competent jurisdiction; 

(3) Be kept confidential by law and privileged; and 

(4) Not be subject to discovery or admissible in any private civil actiom 

Sec. 104. Rules. 

The Commissioner, pursuant to the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, 
approved October 1, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.), may issue rules 
to implement the provisions of this act. 

Title II 

Sec. 201. The 21st Century Financial Modernization Act of 2000, effective June 9, 2001 
(D.C. Law 13-308; D.C. Official Code § 26-551.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 26-551.02) is amended by adding a new subsection 
(7A) to read as follows: 

"(7A) "Controlling interest" means: 

"(A) More than 50% of the total voting power of all classes of stock of a corporation or 
more than 50% of the total fair market value of all classes of stock of a corporation; 

"(B) More J than 50% of the capital or profits in a partnership, association, or other 
unincorporated entity; or 

"(C) More than 50% of the beneficial interests in a trust.". 

(b) Section 105 (D.C. Official Code § 26-551.05) is amended by adding a new subsection 
(b-1) to read as follows: 

"(b-l)(l) To determine a financial institution's eligibility to conduct a regulated activity 
under the District of Columbia Banking Code, the Commissioner may require each organizer, 
partner, director, officer, and owner with a controlling interest in the financial institution to 
submit to the Commissioner his or her fingerprints, contact information, and other identifying 
information, along with written consent to the performance of a criminal history record 
background check. 

"(2) The Commissioner may exchange the fingerprints and other information with, and 
receive criminal history record background information from, the Metropolitan Police 
Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purposes of facilitating the 
Commissioner's determination. 

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"(3) The individual or financial institution associated with the regulated activity requiring 
the Commissioner's determination shall bear the cost of the criminal history record'* 
background check and all costs of administering and processing the background ch'ecki"^* 

Title III : i:mAwi 

Sec. 301. Fiscal impact statement. , ~j (&) 

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. 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), 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)(D), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register; 

APPROVED: April 29, 2012. ••;/ ; 

EFFECTIVE: June 20, 2012. , ■:'.;<■ . . - " ' ./ 



FRESH HEALTHY MOBILE CART VENDING PILOT IN UNDERSERVED 
AREAS TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 ^ 

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■ ■ : ; Law 19-144 . : fi^r?f-"q." 

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Act 19-347 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Vending Regulation Act of 2009 to establish a healthy 
mobile cart vending pilot program in underserved areas, to define healthy food vendor as a 
vendor who sells only fruits and Vegetables, and to limit the pilot program to historically 
underutilized business zones and to 15 permits; and to permit the Mayor to issue rules to 
implement the provisions of this i ( ac;L ;; ( .. ■ ■ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fresh Healthy Mobile Cart Vending Pilot In Underserved Areas 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2012". ; , .., )7/r „ ,, .. 

Sec. 2. The Vending Regulation Act of 2009 r , Effective October 22, 2009 (D.C. Law 18^71; 
D.C. Official Code § 37-131.01 et.seq.), is amended. as ; follows: • , ;' 

(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 37-131.01) is amended as follows: - ' '•'-' Tk ; - 

(1) A new paragraph (1A) is added to read as follow^' J<! ' l) - " ;: •■"'''' " - ; ' ; :iV ;?,,J 

"(1A) "Healthy food vendor" means a vendor thathsfells vorily unprocessed; »■ unjftozeri, 
whole, raw fruits and vegetables that have not been combined with other ; ingredients;;! i 
provided, that the Mayor, by rule, may expand this definition .to include other healthy food 

' items.". '^i% : .:. ■':'" ■'.., 

. (2) A new paragraph (2A) is added to read as follows: 7n : ,,; 

"(2A) "Underserved area" means a historically underutilized business zone, as defined bi- 
section 3(p)(l) of the Small Business Act, approved July 18, 1958 (72 Stat. 384; 15 U.S.C. : 
§ 632(p)(l)).". 

(b) Section 4(c) (D.C. Official Code § 37-131.03(c)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"provided, that vending locations on the National Mall shall riot be included in this limitation" 
and inserting the phrase "provided, that vending locations on the National Mall and healthy 
food vendors located in underserved areas shall not be included in this limitation" in its place. 

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(c) Section 5 (D.C. Official Code § 37-131.04) is amended by adding a new subsection (b-1) 
to read as follows: 

"(b-1) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of this section, the Mayor may issue up to 15 
vending site permits to healthy food vendors located in underserved areas; provided, that if a 
vendor receiving a vending site permit ceases to be a healthy food vendor, the Mayor shall 
revoke the permit.". 

Sec. 3. 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. 

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. 

(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 29, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: June 20, 2012. 



ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSIONS BOUNDARIES 
TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-145 

Act 19-348 

AN ACT to establish, on a temporary basis, boundaries for Advisory Neighborhood Commission 
("ANC") areas and single- member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas; 
and to amend the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975 to provide that nominating 
petitions for ANC membership shall become available no later than 120 calendar days before an 
election for members of an ANC. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Temporary Act of 
2012". 

Sec. 2. (a) There are hereby established, pursuant to section 4(a) of the Advisory 
Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official 
Code § l-309.03(a)), Advisory Neighborhood Commission, ("ANC") areas and singlemember 
district ("SMD") areas within ANC areas, the boundaries of which shall be depicted on the 
official maps of the District of Columbia according to the following legal descriptions: 

Description of ANC 1A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on 
New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock Creek Church 
Road to Park Place; South on Park Place to Michigan Avenue; West on Michigan Avenue to 
Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to 

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Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Girard 
Street; West on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to the continuation of > ; 
Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Fuller Street; 
West on Fuller Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Spring Road, the point of... 
beginning. , , ,^ v . 

Description of SMD 1A01 Boundaries ■■'.!' wi 

.All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of T6th 
Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to 14'th Street; South on 14th J Street toOgdSh 
Street; Northwest on Ogden Street to Perry Place; West oh Perry Place to 16th Stfe'e't({ ; 
North on 16th Street to Spring Road, the point of beginning. - ' ; ; ■:'•:■'■ Mtuu <>\ 



Description of SMD 1A02 Boundaries 



) 



All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of i6thf, ; 
Street and Perry Place; East on Perry Place to Ogden Street; Southeast on Ogden Street to/ j 
14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to Holmead 
Place; South on Holmead Place to Monroe Street; Southwest on Monroe Street to 14th 
Street; North on 14th Street to Newton Street; Northwest on Newton Street to 16th Street; 
North oh 16th Street to Perry Place, the point of beginning. -^ 

Description of SMD 1A03 Boundaries a 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of i6tti' " 
Street and Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to 
Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; South along a line bearing due 
south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard Court to its intersection with 
Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Columbia 
Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Irving Street, 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Spring 
Road and 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to 
Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place to Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th 
Street; North on 13th Street to Spring Road; West on Spring Road to 14th Street, the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Newton Street; Southeast on Newton Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street 
to Monroe Street; Northeast on, Monroe Street to Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place 
to Park Road; Southwest on Park Road to 14th Street; South oh 14th Street to Irving 
Street; West -on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Newton Street, the 
point of beginning, ,V / = .,-. ; Mi- 

Description of SMD 1A06 Boundaries ' 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning <at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th Street; North oh 13th Street to ; 
Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 11th Street; South oh 11th Street to Lamont "* 
Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Kenyon ■--> 
Street; West on Kenyon Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to Irving Street; West ■ 
on Irving Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Park Road, the point of beginning. .. 

Description of SMD 1A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Spring.-; 
Road and 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to T 
11th Street; South 'on 11th Street to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman, i 
Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New ) 

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Hampshire Avenue to Spring Road; Northwest on Spring Road to 13th Street, the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe 
Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to 
Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Park 
Road; East on Park Road to Park Place; North on Park Place to Rock Creek Church Road; 
West on Rock Creek Church Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hamp- 
shire Avenue'to Monroe Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe 
Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to 
Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Lamont 
Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; West on 
Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on 
Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Monroe Street, the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Sherman 
Avenue and Kenyon Street; South on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia 
Road to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to Park Place; North on Park Place to 
Park Road; West on Park Road to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Lamont 
Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; West on 
Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on 
Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A11 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Kenyon 
Street and Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Harvard Street; West on 
Harvard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia 
Road to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 11th 
Street; North on 11th Street to Kenyon Street; East on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A12 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Columbia Road; South on 16th Street to Fuller Street; East on Fuller Street to 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; 
l^orth on 14th Street to the continuation of Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th 
Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; 
South along a line bearing due south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard 
Court to its intersection with Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North 
on 15th Street to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC IB Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fuller 
Street and 16th Street; East on Fuller Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard . 
Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the continuation of 
Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; 
East on Harvard Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; 
East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and then southeast on Michigan Avenue to 
1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; West on Bryant Street to 2nd Street; 
South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Florida 
Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to Wiltberger Street; 

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South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th Street; North on 14th I 
Street to U Street; West on U Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller Street; »J 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B01 Boundaries jja 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection, of 2na^ 
Street and V Street; South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on .Rhgdeg 
Island Avenue to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; ^e^pn,JT^ 
Street to Wiltberger Street; South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Streetfjto ||p^ 
Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; North on ' 
Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; 'South on 4th Street to V 
Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street, the point of beginning. f ., % ,_ ri ; ■ , ( ^ 

Description of SMD 1B02 Boundaries "'■■■*; -ton fri 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of S Street^ 
and 8th Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; West on : :Vj Street to Florida Avenue;;^ 
Northwest on Florida Avenue to W Street; West on W Street to^lOth Street; North on 10th i 
Street to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to S > 
Street; East on S Street to 8th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B03 Boundaries ^' 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of iSth'j 
Street and Clifton Street; North on 13th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street!-' 
■to- Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 6th ; ,- 
Street; South on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia^ 1 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman ) 
Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on Barry Place to Florida Avenue; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Euclid Street; West on 
Euclid Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to Clifton Street; West on Clifton Street,, 
to 13th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B04 Boundaries ^ ; f ! 

■\; ; \ ■, ,!-;■■ : ■■ : ' ' ■/, ■. ■■■ '■'■■ >i h..;.tH 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of: 12th ft 
Street and Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th ; Street! td > 
Belmont Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; ; South on 14th Street to Florida 
Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 15tn Street; South on 15th Street to V Street; 
East on V Street to 12th Street; North on<12th Street to, Florida Avenue, < the point i df A 
beginning. ■ . ■ - '^ 'h : U 31 .■'■.. : Kio'y\ ■■ ■..'::■■■ ^O Uiui : \>y?i\H 

. . ■:- '; ■:■ .;■>■ ■ ■ :>\i r.n •.'• il Y> ;-m}H dm 

Description of SMD 1B05 Boundaries ■ :.-? ,-,,- , , > r nn dholh 
All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the mterseciidn'of^^ 1 - 1 - 




Street and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to. '. ,. r urmTi , ,, 
East on V Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Florida Avenue; NbrtheJist.pK^ 
Florida Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West oh tihapin ( j 
Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street ixT'iBtli 
Street; South on 16th Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B06 Boundaries ■; 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Chapin^ 
Street and 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th ) 
Street; South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; East on Clifton Street to 12th Street; North A 
on 12th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 11th Street; South on llth Street I 
to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to BelmdriU 
Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West^ 
on Chapin Street to 15th Street, the point of beginning. > ^i^nmh 

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Description of SMD 1B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Euclid Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller Street; East on Fuller Street to 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; 
South on 14th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to University Place; 
South on University Place to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 15th Street; South on 
15th Street to the continuation of Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 16th Street, the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to 
Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to University Place; South on University Place to 
Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; 
East on Clifton Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Girard Street, the point of 
beginning. 

Descriptipn of SMD 1B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Fairmont Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard 
Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia 
Road to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont 
Street to 13th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD IB 10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and then 
southeast on Michigan Avenue to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; West on 
Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard Place to 
6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street to the 
continuation of 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 
Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Columbia Road, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD IB 11 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Sherman 
Avenue and Euclid Street; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on Barry Place 
to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to W Street; East on W Street to Florida Avenue; 
Southeast on Florida Avenue to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; North on 
Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to V 
Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Bryant Street; West on 
Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard Place to 
6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman 
Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD IB 12 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of U Street, 
and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to V Street; East on V 
Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th Street; 
North on 14th Street to U Street; West on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC 1C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 
Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; North along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with a line extending Harvard Street from the east; East along said 

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line extending Harvard Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to 16th Street; 
South on 16th Street to U Street^ the point of beginning. ^ 

Description of SMD 1C01 Boundaries "' 

All Streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th ' 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest "\ 
on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; ; 
North on 20th Street, to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; South on ' 
19th Street to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th 
Street to Florida Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C02 Boundaries ■ 

AIT streets , are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of ; 
Connecticut Avenue and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; North t 
on 20th Street to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; North on 19th/; 
Street to Biltmore Street; East on Biltmore Street to Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffb- 
ourne Place to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Roek Creek; Southwest along Rock 
Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue, the ;, 
point of beginning. ; t; : < , ; 

Description of SMD 1C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th V 
Street and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street 
to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore , 
Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Wyoming Avenue, the point of beginning. - 

Description of SMD 1C04 Boundaries 

All streets 'are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the 1 intersection of Calvert ^ 
Street and Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending)"! 
Harvard Street from the east; East along said line extending Harvard Street to Harvard; > 
Street; East on Harvard Street to Adams Mill Road; Southwest on Adams Mill Road to 
Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Ontario Road; 
Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Southwest on Lanier Place to Oalvert Street;/; 
East on Calvert Street to Adams Mill Road; Southeast on Adams Mill Road to Columbia/,, 
Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore Street; to )j 
Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffbourne Place to Calvert Street; West ori,Calvert Street ;to.H 
Rock Creek, the point of beginning. ■■■-.';>. /;; ;..'->■.■/ ^-^v-ir) 

Description of SMD 1C05 Boundaries ^ rui «) s?\ j^ri'I 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Adams/, 
Mill Road and Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18th Street; South pn l8th ; Street toV 
Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier Place to 
Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to 
16th Street; North on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to Adams Mill ^ 
Road; Southwest on Adams Mill Road to Summit Place, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C06 Boundaries / ') 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Columbia 1 ' 
Road and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama 
Road to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 
Ontario Road; North On Ontario Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to ; 
the continuation of Ontario Road; Northwest on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast Oil "■ 
Lanier Place to Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast oil' ■ 
Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of beginning. ■■•■' i •'■ * 

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Description of SMD 1C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and Florida Avenue; North on 18th Street to Adams Mill Road; Northwest on Adams 
Mill Road to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier 
Place to Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Columbia Road; Southwest on 
Columbia Road to the continuation of Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Euclid Street; 
East on Euclid Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on 
Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Florida Avenue; Southwest on 
Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street 
to U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 18th 
Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario 
Road to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton 
Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 16th Street; 
North on 16th Street to Kalorama Road, the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC ID Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and a line extending Piney Branch Parkway from the east; East along said line 
extending Piney Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway; Continuing east on Piney 
Branch Parkway to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard 
Street to its end; Continuing west along a line extending Harvard Street to the west to Rock 
Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Piney Branch 
Parkway from the east, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and Newton Street; East and then southeast on Newton Street to Brown Street; 
Northeast on Brown Street to Oak Street; Southeast on Oak Street to 16th Street; South on 
16th Street to Monroe Street; Northwest on Monroe Street to 17th Street; South on 17th 
Street to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to 
Newton Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th 
Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Northeast on 
Piney Branch Parkway to- 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Oak Street; Northwest on 
Oak Street to Brown Street; Southwest on Brown Street to Newton Street; Northwest on 
Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th 
Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Southwest on 
Piney Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Piney 
Branch Parkway to Rock Creek; Southwest along Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on 
Klingle Road to Walbridge Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on 
Lamont Street, and continuing east- on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; 
Southeast on 19th Street to Kilbourne Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; North 
on 18th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of 
beginning. 



Description of SMD 1D04 Boundaries 

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to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Monroe 
Street, the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 1D05 Boundaries , in i j rrtH 

All streets" are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection oi^Mh^ 
Street and Irving Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard ^tr^et^ 
to its end; Continuing west on a line extending Harvard Street to Rock Creek; Northwe'sfP 
along the centerline of Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to Walbridgg^ 
Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street, and continuing^ 
east on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; Southeast on 19th Street to Kilbourfie 1 ^ 
Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Kenyon Street; East nr 
on Kenyon Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving^ 
Street to 16th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2A Boundaries ■:. 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. -Beginning at^ 
the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and a line extending N Street from the east;^ 
East on said line to N Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to^ 
Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast oil New^ 
Hampshire Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to. 20th Street; South on 20th Street to 
Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; East on Pennsylva- 
nia Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue; S;W.; East oh/ 1 
Independence Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the ) 
George Mason Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial o 
Bridge to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Common-' I 
wealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest on the District of Columbia-;'.. 
Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt) 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection across the Potomac River to the center of I 
the mouth of Rock Creek; Northeast . along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A01 Boundaries '7?''^ ,'tt 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated; Beginning at >> 
the intersection of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; East on Pennsylvania Avenue to: I 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independence)- 
Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the George Mason/ 
Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial Bridge to the 
District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest 
along the District, of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection; 
with the Arlington Memorial Bridge; Northeast on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to its/ v , 
intersection with the northeastern shoreline of the Potomac River; Southeast along said f 
shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending 23rd Street^ N.W. iipo 
the south; North along said line to 23rd Street; Continuing north on 23rd Street to the Ey; 
street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to 21st Street; North on 21st Street to 
F Street; East on F Street to 17th Street; North on 17th : Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A02 Boundaries r 'J 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at j 
the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek with a line extending N Street from the east;; j 
East on said line to N Street; Continuing east on N street to 23rd Street South on 23rd 4 
Street to L Street; West on L Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Pennsylvania j 
Avenue; Northwest along Pennsylvania Avenue to the centerline of Rock Creek; Northeast;-; 
along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. : s! 

Description of SMD 2A03 Boundaries f 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the/intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of Rock Creek; Southeast on \ 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to New Hampshire Avenue;;^ 

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Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 26th Street; North on 
26th Street to K Street; West on K Street to the centerline of Rock Creek; Northwest along 
the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and K Street; East on K Street to 26th 
Street; South on 26th Street to I Street; East on I Street to 24th Street; South on 24th 
Street to Virginia Avenue; Northwest on Virginia Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th 
Street to F Street; East on a line extending F Street to the centerline of 1-66; South on said 
centerline of 1-66 to the E Street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to 23rd 
Street; South on 23rd Street to Lincoln Memorial Circle; Continuing south along a line 
extending 23rd Street to its intersection with the northeast shoreline of the Potomac River; 
Northwest along said shoreline of the Potomac River to the Arlington Memorial Bridge; 
Southwest on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to the District of Columbia — Commonwealth of 
Virginia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northeast 
along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; 
North along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 24th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 23rd Street; South on 23rd 
Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street Expressway to the centerline of 
1-66; North on said centerline of 1-66 to its intersection with a line extending F Street from 
the west; West on said line to F Street Continuing west on F Street to 25th Street; North on 
25th Street to Virginia Avenue; Southeast on Virginia Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of N Street and 23rd Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd 
Street to Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on 
New Hampshire to N Street; East on N Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to 
Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to Washington Circle; Continuing 
northwest on a line extending Pennsylvania Ave across Washington Circle to 24th Street; 
North on 24th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to 
the point of beginning. - : 

Description of SMD 2A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 24th and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to I 
Street; West on I Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to F Street; East on F Street 
to 21st Street; South on 21st Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street 
Expressway to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to H Street; West on H Street to 24th 
Street; North on 24th Street to I Street; West on I Street to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of I Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 
17th Street; South on 17th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 22nd Street; North on 
22nd Street to I Street; East on I Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and 19th Street; Northeast on Florida Avenue to U Street; East on U Street to 14th 

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Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15tfe 
Street to Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street ; to^ 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue, to it 
20th Street; North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue, to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd 
Street; North on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west\ 
on a line extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North along the centerline-} 
of RockCreek to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Florida-; 
Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning; . . ,, ->j 

Description of SMD 2B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Swann Street; East on Swann Street t-o , 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Riggs Place; West -pn>; 
Riggs Place to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to R Street; West on R Street to Florida; ' 
Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning. , 

Description of SMD 2B02 Boundaries : 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut 
Avenue to Dupont Circle; Clockwise around Dupont Circle to its southwestern intersection 
with New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Street; West on 
Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; ; 
North on 22nd Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of -j 
beginning. . i 

Description of SMD 2B03 Boundaries ' \\ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New r ^ 
Hampshire Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter- 
clockwise around Dupont Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to \ 
R Street; East on R Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Riggs Place; East on , 
Riggs Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point ; 
of beginning. ' - i 

Description of SMD 2B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th> ,; 
Street and S Street; East on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Q Street; West v 
on Q Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of d^th ; 
Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Vermont i 
Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 15th Street; 1 South*;; 
on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; North 1 
on, 17th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to 18th Street;^ 
North on 18th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 17th,/ 
Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. I 

Description of SMD 2B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of P Street' 
and 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Street; East on Street to New Hampshire 1 , 
Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around i 
Dupont Circle to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Jefferson Place; East on Jefferson; ; 
Place to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Nth Street; South on 
17th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 20th Street; 
North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest 
on New Hampshire Avenue to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd Street; North 

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on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west along a line 
extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North on the centerline of Rock 
Creek to P Street; East on P Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Hampshire Avenue and Q Street; East on Q Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to 
' Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th 
Street to Jefferson Place; West on Jefferson Place to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to 
Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around Dupont Circle to New Hampshire Avenue; North- 
east on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and U Street'; East on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New 
Hampshire Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Swann Street; West on 
Swann Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and U Street; East on U Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; 
West on S Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to T Street; East on T Street to New 
Hampshire Avenue;' Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North on 
11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to ML Vernon 
Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; 
South on along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point where it. crosses beneath 
Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue to its intersection with a line extending 
north from the center line of South Capitol Street through the center of the Capitol building; 
South along said line to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 15th Street, 
S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th Street to H 
Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North on 
11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Mt. Vernon 
Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 5th Street; -South on 5th Street to H Street; 
West on H Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 9th 
Street; South on 9th Street to Independence Avenue, SW; West on Independence Avenue to 
15th Street, S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th 
Street to H Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Massachusetts Ave and 5th Street; Southeast on Massachusetts Ave to the eastern boundary 
of Interstate 395; South along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to its intersection with 
a line projected east from G Street; West along said line to G Street; Continuing West on G 
Street to 5th Street; North along 5th Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 2C03 Boundaries fmSlK iso 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginnings at ^ 
the intersection of 6th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 5th Street; South lon'Stn ' 
Street to G Street; East on G Street and continuing east along a line projecting G Street to 
the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; South along said eastern boundary of Interstate,^ A 
to the point where it crosses beneath Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue'tb^ 
its intersection with a line extending north from the center line of South Capitol Street- i 
through the center of the Capitol building; South along said line to Independence Avenue;^ 
West on Independence Avenue, S.W. to 9th Street, S.W.; North on 9th Street, S.W. to 9tK,' 
Street; Continuing north on 9th Street to E Street; East on E Street to 6th Street; North/ 
on 6th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2D Boundaries 

All streets .are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated.; Beginning at.,; 
the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to .}' 
Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd, Street to P 
Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to the point of beginning.,. , ; 

Description of SMD 2D01 Boundaries ; 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to./, 
California Street; West on California Street to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Bancroft:, 
Place; West on Bancroft Place to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Massachusetts, / 
Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Rock Creek; Northeast. on Rock Creek, to; { 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at j 
the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and California Street; South on Connecticut Avenue :\ 
to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street : to- P ; 
Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; *: 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to Bancroft. Place;.-; 
East on Bancroft Place to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to California Street; East on 
California Street to the point of beginning. in 

Description of ANC 2E Boundaries , 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at H 
the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park arid the 
eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover 
Archbold Park and along a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park 
south to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line ;at the; Commorir/ 
wealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; South along .the ., District of Columbian , 
Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection ; with )the^,Thebdore Roosevelt; 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the' center of the/mouth of -Rock Creek; l 
North along the centerline of Rock Creek to Massachusetts) Aveiiuef Northwest alongA 
Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to the northwest/ 
boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks' J 
Park to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North onj 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on-; 
Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park;. ; 
West on said boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at /;' 
the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park and the' ? 
eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover,: 
Archbold Park to the Georgetown Medical Center Service road just south of to .New ; 

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Research Building; East on said road to the Lpmbardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along 
the southern edge of the Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasquerilla Health Center; South 
along the western edge of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East 
along the northern edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road 
immediately to the east of the garage. North on said road to Reservoir Road; East on 
Reservoir Road to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to S Street; East along a line extending 
S Street east to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on 
Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park; 
Continuing west along the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 38th Street and Reservoir Road; South along the existing Georgetown 
University campus road to a point equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the 
westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line equidistant from the Darnall Hall, 
building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as far north as the northwest corner 
of the northernmost Henle Village building; East to the western property boundary of the 
Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise around the property boundary of the 
Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; East on P Street to 35th Street; North on 35th 
Street to Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin 
Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to S Street; 
West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 34th Street; 
South on 34th Street to its intersection with a line extending S Street east from 35th Street; 
West along said line to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Reservoir Road; West on 
Reservoir Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 35th Street and Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; 
Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 31st Street; South on 31st 
Street to Dumbarton Street; West on Dumbarton Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on 
Wisconsin Avenue to Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street to 35th Street; North on 35th 
Street to N Street; West on N Street to 36th Street; North on 36th Street to Street; West 
on Street to' 37th Street; North on 37th Street to P Street; East on P Street to 35th 
Street; North on 35th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street and continuing 
west along the southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to its intersection with the eastern 
border of Glover Archbold Park; North on said border of Glover Archbold Park to the 
Georgetown Medical Center service road just south of the New Research Building; East on 
said road to the Lombardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along the southern edge of the 
Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasaquerella Health Center; South along the western edge 
of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East along the northern 
edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road immediately to the east of the 
garage. South on said road, passing west of Harbin Hall, to its intersection with a line 
extending Street from the east; East on said line to its intersection with a line extending 
the western edge of the New North Building to the north; South along said line and 
continuing south along a line passing to the west of the New North building and pass between 
the Village C West buildings and the Village C East building, to an existing campus service 
road between the Village C East building to the north and the New South building to the 
south; In an easterly direction on said service. road and an eastward extension of said service 
road passing to the north of the New South building, the Village A buildings and the 
Lauinger building to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 2E05 Boundaries ^ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at,;, ; 
the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern border of- 
Census Tract 2.01; East on said southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to Prospect Street; j 
Continuing East on Prospect Street to a driveway 100 feet east of the curb at 36th Street;,, ;r 
North along said driveway to a point 150 feet distant; East from said point to a point 130 feetb, 
distant; North from said point along the walkway between the Nevils Building and Loyola/ 
Hall to N Street; East on N Street to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Prospect Street; / 
East on Prospect Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Dumbar- > 
ton Street; East on Dumbarton Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to. M Street; \\ 
East on M Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to its 
intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek; Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek 
to its mouth; Southwest from the center of the mouth of Rock Creek to the intersection of 
the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge and the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of 
Virginia boundary line at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; < 
Northwest along the District of Columbia boundary line on the Virginia shore of the Potomac ' 
River to its intersection with a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park ^ 
south; North along said line to, the point of beginning. . ,;' ■'"'-■'■ ' ' r - ; 

Description of SMD 2E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at ,, 
the intersection of 31st Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; South on 28th ? J 
Street to P Street; East on P Street to its intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek;, 7 
Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on', 
Pennsylvania to M Street; West on ,M Street to 3lst Street; North on 31st Street to the \ 
point of beginning Q Street. ','- 

Description of SMD 2E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at, 
the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street to 
the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; Easterly along said northwest boundary ; 
of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of Rock . 
Creek; Southeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to P Street; West on P Street to 28th; > 
Street; North on 28th Street to Q St; West on Q Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd 
Street to S Street; West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue ; 
to the point of beginning. ■■".'."'! 

Description of SMD 2E08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; North on 37th Street to its intersection : 
with a line extending an existing campus service road between the Village C East building to ' 
the north and the New South building to the south; West along said line and said service 
road to its intersection with a line extending the western edge of the New North Building to :: 
the south; North along said line to its intersection with a line extending O Street from the ■ 
east; West along said line extending O Street to its intersection with an existing campus road < 
immediately to the west of Harbin Hall; North to a point equidistant from the Darnall Hall 1 
building and the westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line equidistant from 
the Darnall Hall building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as far north as the: i 
northwest corner of the northernmost Henle Village building; East to the western property * 
boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise around the property i 
boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; West oh P Street to 37th Street; ; 
South on 37th Street to O Street; East on O Street to 36th Street; South on 36th Street to N ■ 
Street; East on N Street to a walkway between the Nevils Building and Loyola Hall, 230 feet 
east of the curb at 36th Street; South along said walkway to a point 155 distant; West from 
said point to a point 130 feet distant along a driveway; South along said driveway to Prospect' 
Street; West on Prospect Street to the point of beginning. l 

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Description of ANC 2F Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and S Streets, N.W.; East on S Street, N.W. to 11th 
Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 9th 
Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to the 
alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; South along said 
alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, 
N.W. to Mt Vernon Place, N.W.; West on Mt. Vernon Place, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue, 
N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th 
Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I Street, N.W. to the portion of 15th Street, N.W. 
that lies to the west of McPherson Square; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of 
beginning; 

Description of SMD 2F01 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and S Streets, N.W.; East on S Street, N.W. to 11th 
Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Vermont 
Avenue, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; West on Q Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street, 
N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and Q Streets, N.W. East on Q Street, N.W. to 13th 
Street, N.W.; South on 13th Street to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle 
to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 15th Street, 
N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F03 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. . .; Northeast 
on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to 
Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Ave NW to Thomas Circle; Counterclockwise 
around Thomas Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F04 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of N Street, N.W. and Vermont Avenue, N.W. Northeast on 
Vermont Avenue to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to 13th Street, 
N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; East on Q Street, N.W. to Vermont 
Avenue, N.W.; Northeast on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th 
Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; South on 10th 
Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; West on N Street, N.W. to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 2F05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street, N.W. and Massachusetts Avenue, N.W...; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Thomas Circle; Clockwise around Thomas 
Circle to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; North on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East 
on N Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; South on I3th Street, N.W. to L Street, N.W.; West 
on L Street, N.W. to 14th Street, N.W.; South on 14th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West 
on I Street, N.W. to 15th Street, N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F06 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 10th Street, N.W. and P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, 
N.W. to 9th Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, 
N.W. to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; 
South along said alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South 
on 7th Street, N.W. to Mt Vernon Place; West on Mount Vernon Place to Massachusetts 
Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; North on 
11th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; North on 
10th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 2F07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and N Streets, N.W.;, East on N Street, N.W. taiAQth 1 
Street, N.W.;' South oh 10th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; West on M Street, N.W. to/Mth -; 
Street, N.W.-; North on 13th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. / r f te<r- .H 

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Description of SMD 2F08 Boundaries it AvLv. 

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and M Streets, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to'llthy 
Street, N.W.;- South on 11th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W,; West on I Street, N.W. to 14th , 
Street, N.W.; North on 14th Street, N.W. to L Street, N.W.; East on L Street, N.W. to 13th 
Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. ' . . / / 

Description of ANC 3B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersectipn Of the/ 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on ,39th 
Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin 
Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Observatory Circle — U.S. Naval 
Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise around said property line to its intersection 
with the northwest property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property, 
boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street V- 
to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street,: 
to Whitehaven Parkway; West along Whitehaven Parkway to the Southern boundary, of ttiei 
eastern leg of Glover-Archbold Park; West along said southern boundary of the eastern" leg 
of Glover-Archbold Park to the point where it intersects the eastern boundary of Glover- 
Archbold Park; North along said eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to its intgrsec-.. 
tion with a line extending W Street from the west; West along said line extending W Street ' 
from the west to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of ; 
way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue; 
right of way to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Tunlaw. , 
Road and Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to 39th Street; Northwest on 39th Street toy 
Edmunds Street; West on Edmunds Street to 42nd Street; Continuing west along a.line. 
extending Edmunds Street west to its intersection with the centerline of the former/ Arizona/ 
Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the, former. -,- 
Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with New Mexico Avenue; Southeast on J^ew 
Mexico Avenue to Tunlaw Road; East on Tunlaw Road to Fulton Street; Northeast on 
Fulton Street to Watson Place; Northeast on Watson Place to Garfield Street; East on 
Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Fulton Street; West on 
Fulton Street to 39th Street; South On 39th Street and continuing south albng ;: S n ]^he^ 
extending 39th Street to Tunlaw Road; Southeast 6n' Tunlaw Road to the point of beginriihg^ 

Description of SMD 3B02 Boundaries y ■ ,,f -'' 1 ^ < 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fultbno 
Street and Wisconsin Avenue; South, on Wisconsin Avenue to, Calvert Street; East on 
Calvert Street to Observatory Circle — Naval Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise 
around said property line to its intersection with the northwest property boundary of] 
Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to/, 
Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on/ 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on v 
Whitehaven Parkway to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to Tunlaw Road; Northwest ( on, > 
Tunlaw Road to its intersection with a line extending 39th Street from the north; North on \ 
said line extending 39th Street to 39th Street, and continuing north on 39thStreet to Fulton /■ 
Street; East on Fulton Street to the point of beginning, :.,."-,; .;^.-; ,■ :: 

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Description of SMD 3B03 Boundaries 

All streets are. located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and a line 
extending Edmunds Street from the east; East along said line extending Edmunds Street 
and continuing east on Edmunds Street to 39th Street; Southeast on 39th Street to Calvert 
Street; West on Calvert Street to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to W Street; West on W 
Street to its intersection with a line extending east from the portion of W Street west of 
Glover-Archbold Park; Continuing west on said line extending east from the portion of W 
Street west of Glover-Archbold Park, to its intersection with the centerline of the former 
Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the 
former Arizona Avenue right of way to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on 39th 
Street to Watson Place; Southwest on Watson Place to Fulton Street; Southwest on Fulton 
Street to Tunlaw Eoad; West on Tunlaw Eoad to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New 
Mexico Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue 
right of way to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 3B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Calvert 
Street and Tunlaw Road; Southeast on Tunlaw Road to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to 
its intersection with the southern property line of Whitehaven Park; West along said 
southern boundary of Whitehaven Park to the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park; 
North along said eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line 
extending east from the portion of W Street west of Glover-Archbold Park; East on said line 
extending W Street to its intersection with W Street, and continuing east on W Street to 40th 
Street; North on 40th Street to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC 3C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van Ness 
Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East on 
Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Rodman Street; Continuing 
northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to the rear property lines of the properties 
fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East along said rear property lines of the 
properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno 
Road to the southwest corner of Melvin Hazen Park; East on the southern boundary of 
Melvin Hazen Park and continuing east along the rear property boundaries of the properties 
fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecti- 
cut Avenue to Rodman Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties 
fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; 
East on Porter Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the 
northern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue; Northeast along said northern property 
line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and continuing northeast along a line extending said property 
line to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock 
Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; 
West on Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West 
along said northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the 
property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary 
of the U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin 
Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th 
Street; North on 39th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue 
to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within 

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Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline pf the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C01 Boundaries \,\ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Klingle : ^ 
Road and Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest btij 1 
Connecticut Avenue to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning;^ 

Description of SMD 3C02 Boundaries t '.,;:. J 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Garfield Street; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Calvert Street;' 
West on Calvert Street to Cleveland Avenue; Northwest on Cleveland Avenue to 31st Street; 
North on 31st Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Woodley Ijload; 
Continuing east on Woodley Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Garfield Street; 
East on Garfield Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning" at the intersection of '< 
Connecticut Avenue and Klingle Road; Southeast 1 on Connecticut Avenue to Garfield Street; 
West on Garfield Street to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Woodley Road; West oh' 
Woodley Road to 29th Street; North oh 29th Street to Cortland Place; West oh Cortland 
Place to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning. ' 

Description of SMD 3C04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and Melvin Hazen Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Klingle Road; West on Klingle ; 
Road to its intersection with a line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb,; 
Street to the south; North on said line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb , 
Street and continuing north on said property line to Macomb Street; West on Macomb Street 
to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to its intersection with the i 
southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; East along said southern boundary of. 
Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Porter Street; Northwest on Porter Street to-; 
Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut f 
Avenue; Counter-clockwise around the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to 
its northern-most point; East along a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 
Connecticut Avenue east to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to the point 
of beginning. 

. Description of SMD 3C05 Boundaries ■ ■' 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno 
Road and Rodman Street; East on the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park and < 
continuing east along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the; north: 
side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rodman/ 
Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side/; 
of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; East on Porter Street tch 
Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the northern property line of 3601 : 
Connecticut Avenue; Clockwise around said property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue y 
to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Porter Street; Southeast on Porter Street to its / 
intersection with the southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; West along said f 
southern boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Connecticut Avenue; -\ 
Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Newark Street; West on Newark Street to 34th Street; \ 
North on 34th Street to Ordway Street; West on Ordway Street to 36th Street; North on, 
36th Street to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on ; 
Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on t 
Idaho Avenue Rodman Street; Continuing northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to ■, 
the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East 
along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street^ 
to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to the point of beginning. , < ;■ 

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Description of SMD 3C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van Ness 
Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Newark Street; West on 
Newark Street to Idaho Avenue; Southwest on Idaho Avenue to Macomb Street; West on 
Macomb Street to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue 
right of way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin 
Avenue and Newark Street; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Macomb Street; West on 
Macomb Street to the behind the properties fronting along the west side of Wisconsin 
Avenue; South on said alley to the southwest property corner of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue; 
East on the south property line of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue and continuing east along a line 
extending said property line east to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to 
Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Macomb Street; East on Macomb 
Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Newark Street; East on Newark 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin 
Avenue and Woodley Road; East on Woodley Road to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to 
Cortland Place; East on Cortland Place to 29th Street; South on 29th Street to Garfield 
Street; West on Garfield Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Cleveland Avenue; 
Southeast on Cleveland Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Connecticut 
Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on 
Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along said 
northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the property 
boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary of the 
U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin Avenue; 
North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin 
Avenue and Porter Street; East on Porter Street to 36th Street; South on 36th Street to 
Ordway Street; East "on Ordway Street to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to Newark 
Street; East on Newark Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to 
Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street; 
South on the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street and continuing south along a line 
extending said property line south to Klingle Road; West and southwest on Klingle Road to 
Woodley Road; West on Woodley Road to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 
its intersection with a line extending the southern property boundary of 3210 Wisconsin 
Avenue to the east; West on said line extending the southern property boundary of 3210 
Wisconsin Avenue and continuing west on said property line to the alley at the rear of said 
property; North on said alley to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to Wisconsin 
Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. * 

Description of ANC 3D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection of 
the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Westmoreland Circle; Southwest 
along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the 
Potomac River; Southeast along the Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia bound- 
ary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with 
a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park from the north; North along 

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said line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and continuing north along 
the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line extending W, 
Street; from the west; West along said line extending W Street to its intersection witM^ 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; Nof®^ 
along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with Vfin^ 
Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska AvenuW; 
to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest alqh|f 
said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to iffl 1 
northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 
4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries, 
of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on; 1 
45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland \ 
Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the point of beginning. " h 

Description of SMD 3D01 Boundaries i 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Foxhallj 
Road and W Street; East on W Street and continuing east along a line extending W Street tov^s 
the east through Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with the centerline of the formers 
Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of theH 
former Arizona Avenue right of way to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico 
Avenue to Klingle Street; West on Klingle Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to 
Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico/. 
Avenue to its intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New;, 
Mexico Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary :) 
of 3301 New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property- 
boundary to the east to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachu- ; 
setts Avenue; Northeast along said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue, to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with souths 
eastern boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; ; 
Southwest along said southeastern property boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexicp 2 
Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska; 
Avenue to Foxhall Road; Southwest from said intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Foxhall j 
Road to the northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park; South along the western boundary/i 
of Battery Kemble Park to its intersection with a line extending the southern boundary of 
Wesley Heights Park from the east; East along said line extending the southern boundary of 
Wesley Heights Park to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to the southwest property corner; 
of 4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties ^onling^ 
along Dexter Street to the northernmost property corner of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; ^Souihi 
along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Roaii'lo- ■ 
the southwest property corner of 2300 Foxhall Road; East along the rear property bound- 
aries of properties fronting along the northern side of W Street to Foxhall Road; South m} 
Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. ..'/!■ 

Description of SMD 3D02 Boundaries ' 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue ancl , 
Fordham Road; Southwest on Fordham Road to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to- 
Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to' 
Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Roaef 
to Millwood Lane; East on Millwood Lane to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to 
Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the American University service road 
northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts Hall; Southwest alohg'a 1 
line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersection with the rear property ; 
boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rockwood Parkway; West along i 
said rear property lines of the properties fronting along Rockwood Parkway to the southeast/ 
property corner of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; I 
Clockwise around said American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its - 
northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of the American University property; 

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identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue and 
Fordham Road; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise 
around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; 
Southwest along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to MacArthur 
Boulevard; South on MacArthur Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road to 
its end along the boundary of the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N Lot 
806; Clockwise around the property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to Dalecarlia 
Parkway; South on Dalcarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to 
Palisade Lane; South on Palisade Lane to Manning Place;. East on Manning Place to Maud 
Street; South on Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Klingle 
Street; East on Klingle Street to Arizona Avenue; Northeast on Arizona Avenue to 
Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to Millwood Lane; West on Millwood Lane to 
Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Macomb Street; North on Macomb Street to 
Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Road to 
49th Street: North on 49th Street to Fordham Road; East on Fordham Road to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the State 
of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and MacArthur Boulevard; South on MacArthur 
Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road to its end along the boundary of 
the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N Lot 806; Clockwise around the 
property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to Dalecarlia Parkway; South on 
Dalecarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Palisade Lane; South 
on Palisade Lane to Manning Place; East on Manning Place to Maud Street; South on 
Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Klingle Street; East on 
Klingle Street to Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing 
southwest along a line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia — District 
of Columbia boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along said 
Virginia shore of the Potomac River to the State of Maryland — District of Columbia 
boundary; Northeast along said State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Loughboro Road and 
Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing southwest along a 
line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia — District of Columbia 
boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Southeast along said Virginia shore of 
the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from the 
northeast; Northeast along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of 
Whitehaven Parkway and MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur Boulevard to U 
Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; West on W 
Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to its intersection with a line extending the 
southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park to the west; West along said line extending the 
southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park west to the western boundary of Battery Kemble 
Park; North along the western boundary of Battery Kemble Park to its northernmost point; 
North from said northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park to the intersection of Nebraska 
Avenue and Foxhall Road; West on Nebraska Avenue to Loghboro Road; West on 
Loughboro Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern boundary of Whitehaven Park; 
West from said intersection of Glover-Archbold Park and Whitehaven Park along a line 

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connecting to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; Southeast d'tin 
Foxhall Road to Salem Lane; West on Salem Lane to 45th Street; Southeast on 45th Street- - 
to Q Street; Southwest on Q Street to MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur 
Boulevard to U Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; 
West on W Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the southwest property comer of \ 
4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting along! 
Dexter Street to the northernmost property corner of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; South along: ; 
the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the '\ 
southwest property corner of 2300 Foxhall Road; East along the rear property boundaries of '' 
properties fronting along the northern side of W Street to Foxhall Road; South on Foxhall « 
Road to W Street; East on W Street and continuing east along a line extending W Street to 
the east across Glover-Archbold Park to the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; ; 
South along the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to the point of beginning. J 

Description of SMD 3D07 Boundaries [ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Mexico Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to the Ajnerican 
University service road northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts 
Hall; Southwest along a line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersec- 
tion with the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of 
Rockwood Parkway; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting along 
Rockwood Parkway to the southeast property corner of the American University property, 
identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; Clockwise around said American University property 
identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of 
the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast on a line 
extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on Massachu- ) 
setts Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern boundary of the American University' 
property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; Southwest along said southeastern property' 
boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico\ 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Mexico Avenue and a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico : 
Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 
New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property boundary to 
the east to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue; 
Counterclockwise around said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the 
southeast property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property 
corner to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within 
Glover-Archbold park; South along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
• way to New Mexico Avenue; Northeast on New Mexico Avenue to Klingle Street; West on 
Klingle. Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Macomb Street; East, on Macomb, 
Street, to New Mexico Avenue; North on New Mexico Avenue to the point of beginnings 

Description of SMD 3D09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
WTiitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; East from said intersection along a line connecting 
to the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park and the southern 
boundary of Whitehaven Park; Southeast on the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park; 
extending said boundary along a line south to the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the 
Potomac River; Northwest along said Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia 
boundary line where it follows the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to 
its intersections with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from the northeast; Northeast 
along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway > 
and MacArthur Boulevard; Southeast on MacArthur to Q Street; Northeast on Q Street to ,r 

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45th Street; North on 45th Street to Salem Lane; East on Salem Lane to Foxhall Eoad; 
North on Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska 
Avenue and Van Ness Street; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line 
extending TindAll streets to the .southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll 
streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 
Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its 
southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along 
the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast on a 
line extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on Massa- 
chusetts Avenue to the northwest property corner of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue; Counter- 
clockwise around the rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the southeast 
property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property corner to its 
intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover- 
Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to 
Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 3E Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 41st 
Street and the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; South on 41st Street to 
Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 
38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to 39th Street; 
South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; 
Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the 
southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest 
along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the 
property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the 
rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th 
Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of 
Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland — District 
of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 41st 
Street and Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to 38th Street; South on 38th 
Street to Alton Place; West on Alton Place to Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Nebraska 
Avenue on Tenley Circle; Counterclockwise around Tenley Circle to Yuma Street; West on 
Yuma Street to 44th Street; South on 44th to Windom Place; West on Windom Place to 47th 
Street; North on 47th Street to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 46th Street; 
North on 46th Street to Burlington Place; East on Burlington Place to 44th Street; South on 
44th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to 41st Street; North on 41st 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Western 
Avenue and Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 45th Street; South on 45th 
Street to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to 
Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clock- 
wise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; 
Northeast along the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary to the point of 
beginning. 

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Description of SMD 3E03 Boundaries }H n V 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin 
Avenue and the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Southeast on Wisconsin 
Avenue to Garrison Street; East on Garrison Street to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to 
Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 41st Street; South on 41st Street to Ellicott^ 
Street; East on Ellicott Street to Belt Road; Southwest on Belt Road to 41st Street South oru 
41st Street to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine to 44th Street; North on 44th Street^ 
to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to. v 
Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to the State of Maryland— District of Columbia > 
boundary; Northeast on the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary to the J ppin|" 
of beginning. ., ^ \ , ; / '\ y . 7 m ^ .'V. ; -j 

Description of SMD 3E04 Boundaries ; ^ vmi-wh 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at thel intersection qi tn^^la{e |i? 
of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary and 41st Street; South on 41st Street tQ; Rerio c 
Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to r |lst,. ? 
Street; North on 41st Street to Belt Road; Northeast on Belt Road to, Ellicott Street; '.W&sfci 
on Ellicott Street to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to., Fessenden , Street; , We^st -on; 
Fessenden Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street. to Garrison Street; West" on v 
Garrison Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to the State of 
Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland — District 
of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3E05 Boundaries v 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection , o'f 44th I 
Street and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Tenley Circle; Clockwise around Tenleyf; 
Circle to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to Alton Place; East on j Alton 'i 
Place to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to- 39th ■) 
Street; South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska*,; 
Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending ,TindAlb 
streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; \ 
Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick >, Street;* 
South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast , corner; j 
Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side' of '. 
Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue;*;. 
Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to Windom Place; 
East on Windom Place to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 3F Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska 
Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Broad Branch Road; South- 
east on Broad Branch Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Military Road; East on 
Military Road to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Melvin Hazen Creek; West along , 
Melvin Hazen Creek to its intersection with a line extending the shared property boundary of; 
3601 Connecticut Avenue and 3701 Connecticut Avenue to the northeast; Southwest along; 
said line extending the shared property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and 3701 
Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said shared property boundary tei 
Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut Avenue to Porter Street; West on Porter Street 
to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; 
Northwest on said alley to Rodman Street; East on Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; 
North on Connecticut Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on: 
the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and continuing 
west along the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park to Reno Road; North on Reno Road ' 
to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; 
West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman. 
Street to the intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; Southwest 7 
along said line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on Idaho/ 
Avenue to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin ; 

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Avenue to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren Street to 
38th Street; North on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Reno 
Road; North on Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno 
Road and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut 
Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of 
Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and continuing west along the 
southern boundary of Melvin Hazen.Park to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to the rear 
property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said 
rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to the 
intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; Southwest along said 
line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on Idaho Avenue to 
Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 
39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren Street to 38th Street; 
North on 38th Street to Windom Place; East on Windom Place to Reno Road; North on 
Reno Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Windom Place; East on Windom Place to its end along the southern 
boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; Continuing East along said southern boundary of 
Soapstone Valley Park to the northeast property corner of the Howard University property 
identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; South along the eastern boundary of said property 
identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its intersection with the northwest corner of the Levine 
School of Music property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809; Clockwise around the boundary 
of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809 to its intersection with the southeast 
corner of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square 2049 
Lot 810; Clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 
to its intersection with Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Connecticut Avenue; 
North on Connecticut Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Linnean 
Avenue and Broad Branch Road; East along Broad Branch Road to 27th Street; North on 
27th Street to Military Road; East on Military Road to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek 
to Broad Branch; North along Broad Branch to Soapstone Creek; West along Soapstone 
Creek to the easternmost extent of Soapstone Valley Park; Clockwise around the boundary 
of Soapstone Valley Park to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 32nd Street; 
North on 32nd Street to Appleton Street; East on Appleton Street to 31st Street; North on 
31st Street to Gates Road; West on Gates Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake 
Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to Davenport Street; West on Davenport Street 
to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to Ellicott Avenue; East on Ellicott 
Avenue to the southeast corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; North along the eastern 
boundary of said Census Block 13.01 3001 to Fessenden Street East on Fessenden Street to 
Broad Branch Terrace; North on Broad Branch Terrace to 33rd Street; Northeast on 33rd 
Street to Linnean Avenue; North on Linnean Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Davenport Street; East on Davenport Street to 32nd Street; South 
on 32nd Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Gates Road; East on 
Gates Road to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Appleton Street, West on Appleton Street 
to 32nd Street; South on 32nd Street to Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to the 
intersection of Albemarle Street and the northwest corner of Soapstone Valley Park; South 

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along the border of said Soapstone Valley Park to Windom Place; West along Windom Place\ 
to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the point of beginning. ; ; ; 

Description SMD 3F05 Boundaries ■■ ■ , q 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska 
Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Linnean Avenue; South on 
Linnean Avenue to 33rd Street; Southwest on 33rd Street to Broad Branch Terrace; South 
on Broad Branch Terrace to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to the northeast* 
corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; South along the eastern boundary of said Census Block 
13.01 3001 to Ellicott Street; West on Ellicott Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast oh 
Connecticut Avenue to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine Street to 36th Street; 
North on 36th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Nebraska 1 
Avenue; and Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. '.■'': 

Description of SMD 3F06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant; Beginning at the intersection of; 
Connecticut Avenues and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast oh Connecticut Avenue to 36th Street; ■ 
South on 36th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to Connecticut 
Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Yuma Street;. West on Yuma Street to Reno 
Road;' South on Reno Road to Windom Place; West on Wihdoni Place to 38th Street; North 
on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Reno Road; North on 
Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; North on Nebraska, Avenue to the point of beginnings 

Description of SMD 3F07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection off 
Connecticut Avenue and Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to its end at the J 
boundary of the Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; Counter- ', 
clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its.j 
, intersection with the southwest corner of the Levine School of Music property identified as; 
Square 2049 Lot 809; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as'. 
Square 2049 Lot 809 to its northwest corner at its intersection with the eastern property^ 
boundary of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square 2049 
Lot 810; North along said eastern property boundary of Square 2049 Lot 810 to its northeast 
corner at its intersection with the southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; East along 
said southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to the easternmost extent of the Park; 
North along the eastern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to Soapstone Creek; East along ^ 
Soapstone Creek to Broad Branch; South along Broad Branch to Rock Creek; South along : 
Rock Creek to Melvin C. Hazen Creek; West along said Melvin Hazen Creek to its" 
intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut 
Avenue to the northeast; Southwest along said line extending the northern property- 
boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said northern property 
boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut 
Avenue to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on 
the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Northwest along said alley to Rodman Street; East on; 
Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue the point of begirihirig. 

Description of ANC 3G Boundaries l 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with Military Road; West on Military Road to 27th Street; South; 
on 27th Street to Broad Branch Road. West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue;} 
Continuing west on Nevada Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to, 
Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to its intersection with the District of Columbia— State ■> 
of Maryland boundary; Northeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland ; - 
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Description of SMD 3G01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with a line extending Beech Street from the west; West along said 
line extending Beech Street and continuing west on Beech Street to a line extending Barnaby 
Street from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Barnaby Street to Aberfoyle 
Place; East on Aberfoyle Place to 31st Street; Southwest on 31st Street to Tennyson Street; 
West on Tennyson Street to 33rd Street; North on 33rd Street to Upland Terrace; West on 
Upland Terrace to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Northeast along 
the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Beech 
Street and a line extending Barnaby Street from the southwest; East on Beech Street and 
continuing east along a line extending Beech Street east to Rock Creek; South along Rock 
Creek to Military Road. West on Military Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to 
Utah Avenue. Northwest on Utah Avenue to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street to 
31st Street. Northeast on 31st Street to Aberfoyle Place; Northwest on Aberfoyle Place to 
Barnaby Street. Northeast along a line extending Barnaby Street to the northeast to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Utah ' 
Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Utah Avenue to 27th Street; South on 27th 
Street to Broad Branch Road.; West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue; Northwest 
on Nevada Avenue to Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Broad Branch Road; 
Northwest on Broad Branch Road to Morrison Street; East on Morrison Street to Nebraska 
Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Upland Terrace; East on Upland 
Terrace to 33rd Street; South on 33rd Street to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street 
to Utah Avenue. Southeast on Utah Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska 
Avenue to Morrison Street; West on Morrison Street to Broad Branch Road; Northwest on 
Broad Branch Road to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary. Northeast 
along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the State 
of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Broad Branch Road; Southeast on Broad 
Branch Road to Legation Street; West' on Legation Street to Nevada Avenue; Southeast on 
Nevada Avenue to Jocelyn Street; West on Jocelyn Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; North 
on Chevy Chase Parkway to Legation Street; West on Legation Street to Connecticut 
Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Chevy Chase Circle; Counterclockwise around 
Chevy Chase Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; Northeast 
along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the northeast intersection of 
Chevy Chase Circle and the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Clockwise 
around Chevy Chase Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to' 
Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase 
Parkway to Kanawha Street; West on Kanawha Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street 
to Military Road; West on Military Road to Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to 41st 
Street; North on 41st Street to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; 

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Northeast along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of 
beginning. , . ^ 

description of SMD 3G07 Boundaries >hfe;CI 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Military'I 
Road and Reno Road; East on Military Road to 38th Street; South on 38th Street toW 
Kanawha Street; East on Kanawha Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase ' 
Parkway to Jocelyn Street; East on Jocelyn Street to Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada' 
Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Reno Road; Northwest oh' 
Reno Road to the point of beginning. , < ,. ,,, , ;. , . ■ >; 

Description of ANC4A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the jntersectiori ' of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Northeast along the' 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the District of 
Columbia; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to /Georgia 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Missouri Avenue; /West on Missouri Avenue to.', 
Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy. 
Street to 16th Street; South on I6th Street to Pihey Branch Parkway; Southwest on Piney [ 
Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Pihey Branch 
Parkway southwest to Rock Creek; North along -Rock, Creek to the point of beginning. 

' Description of SMD 4A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection: of theH 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary line and Rock Creek; Southeast on Rock; 
Creek to Sherrill Drive; East on Sherrill Drive to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to' 
Alaska Avenue; Northeast on Alaska Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street, 
to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Northgate Road; Northeast on Northgate Road to 
the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Northwest on the District of 
Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the District of Columbia;; 
Southwest on the District of Columbia-State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. ,- 

Description of SMD 4A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the. 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary and Northgate Road; Southwest on 1 
Northgate Road to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Geranium Street; 1 ' East on Geranium"' 
Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary; Northwest along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary 
to the point of beginning. r ,■ ■ </■ ■'■-jj^»I <■) ■■■■■■; , : f.7 

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Description of SMD 4A03 Boundaries ..;^J oi i :■■! 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alaska, 
Avenue and Geranium Street; Southwest on Alaska Avenue to 16th Strqet;. ; .South 'on 16th 
Street to Underwood Street; East on Underwood Street to, Luzon Avenue;' ^Northeast onj 
Luzon Avenue to Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue; North on, 
Georgia Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street to the point of beginning.' 

Description of SMD 4A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Luzoh> 
Avenue and Van Buren Street; Southwest on Luzon Avenue to Somerset Place; East om 
Somerset Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on v 
Rittenhouse Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East oh 
Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Van Buren Street to the) 
point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 4A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Somerset Place; South on 16th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort 
Stevens Drive to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Peabody Street; East on Peabody 
Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive 
to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the portion of Rittenhouse Street west of 13th Street; 
West on Rittenhouse Street 'to 14th Street; North" on 14th Street to Somerset Place; West on 
Somerset Place to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Peabody Street; East on Peabody Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to 
Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to 
Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia 
Avenue to Missouri Avenue; West on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on 
Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; North on 14th 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast; Northeast along said line 
extending Joyce Road to Joyce Road; Continuing Northeast on Joyce Road to Morrow Drive; 
Southeast on Morrow Drive to Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to Colorado Avenue; 
Northeast on Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; 
North on 14th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; West on Fort Stevens Drive to 16th Street; 
North on 16th Street to Luzon Avenue; Northeast on Luzon Avenue to Underwood Street; 
West on Underwood Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Sherrill Drive; West on 
Sherrill Drive to Rock Creek; South on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast; South on Rock Creek to a line 
extending Piney Branch Parkway from the northeast; East on said line extending Piney 
Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway, and continuing northeast on Piney Branch 
Parkway to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Morrow Drive; Northeast on Morrow Drive 
to Joyce Road; Southwest on Joyce Road, and continuing southwest along a line extending 
Joyce Road southwest to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 4B Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and 
Georgia Avenue, N.W.; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary to Kennedy Street, N.E.; West on Kennedy Street, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, 
N.E.; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Riggs Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs 
Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to Longfellow 
Street, N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Shepherd Road, 'N.W.; Northwest on 
Shepherd Road, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, N.W. to Longfellow Street, 
N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Georgia Avenue, N.W.; North on Georgia Avenue, 
N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Cedar Street; South and then west on 
Cedar Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Butternut Street; West on Butternut 
Street to Sth Street; North on Sth Street to Highland Avenue; West on Highland Avenue to 
9th; North on 9th Street to Elder Street; West on Elder Street to Georgia Avenue; North 
on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 4B02 Boundaries 

All' streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and Elder Street; East on Elder Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to' 
Highland Avenue; East on Highland Avenue to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Butternut 1 
Street; East on Butternut Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Cedar Street; East- 
oh Cedar Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said 1 
centerline of the WMATA right of way to Aspen Street; West on Aspen Street to 4th Streetf' 
South on 4th Street to Van Buren Street; West on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue^ 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B03 Boundaries , U ; 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection ; of Georgia' 
Avenue and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street! 
to Rittenhouse Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street -W 
Roxboro Place; West on Roxboro Place to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Sheridan 
" Street; West on Sheridan Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Rittenhouse Street; } 
West on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of ; 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia • 
Avenue and Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 9th Street; North on 9th 
Street to Sheridan Street; East on Sheridan Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to 
Roxboro Place; East on Roxboro Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Rittenhouse 
Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Oglethorpe Street; 
West on Oglethorpe Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Nicholson Street; West on 
Nicholson Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. ' ■ ■< 

Description of SMD 4B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to Nicholson Street; East oh : 
Nicholson Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on; 
Oglethorpe Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Longfellow Street; West On; 
Longfellow Street to Shepherd Road; Northwest on Shepherd Road to 7th Street; South on'i 
7th Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to Georgia Avenue j North 1 on > 
Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. v^ 

Description of SMD 4B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning .at 1 - 
the intersection of 3rd Street and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to the? 
. centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said centerline of the WMATA right 
of way to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southwest On New Hampshire Avenue, N. . .E. . t 
to McDonald Place, N.E.; West on McDonald Place, N.E. to North Capitol Street; South on 
North Gapitol Street to Milmarson Place; West on Milmarson Place to 1st Street; South On 
1st Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd 
Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th 
Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street 
to the point of beginning. ( . ,, 

Description of SMD 4B07 Boundaries _ a 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of the District of Columbia^State of Maryland boundary and Cedar Street; 
Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to New Hampshire/ 
Avenue, NE; Southwest on New Hampshire .Avenue, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA 
right of way; Northwest along said centerline of the WMATA right of way to Van Buren' 
Street; West on Van Buren Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Aspen Street; East* 

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on Aspen Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Northwest along said 
center line of the WMATA right of way to Cedar Street; East and then north on Cedar Street 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B08 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and 
New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southeast along said District of Columbia— State of Mary- 
land boundary to 6th Street, N.E.; South on 6th Street, N.E. to Oglethorpe Street, N.E.; 
West on Oglethorpe Street, N.E. to 3rd Street, N.E.; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to Riggs 
Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue (at North Capitol Street); 
Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to 
Longfellow Street, N.W.; East on Longfellow Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North, on 1st 
Street, N.W. to Milmarson Place, NW; East on Milmarson Place, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; North on North Capitol Street to MacDonald Place, N.E.; East on McDonald Place, 
NE to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E. to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and 6th Street; Southeast along said 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy 
Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to 3rd Street; North on 
3rd Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on Oglethorpe Street to 6th Street; North on 6th 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 4C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Missouri 
Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest 
on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to 16th Street; South on . 
16th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock 
Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of 
the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around 
said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on 
Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 
Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield 
Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West 
on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; 
Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; South- 
east on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Missouri 
Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest 
on Colorado Avenue to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Ingraham Street; East on 
Ingraham Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Hamilton Street; East on Hamilton 
Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Kennedy 
Street and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Crittenden Street; East on Crittenden Street 
to 14th Street; ' South on 14th Street to Buchanan Street; East on Buchanan Street to 13th 
Street; North on 13th Street to Decatur Street; East on Decatur Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to Hamilton Street; West on Hamilton Street to 13th Street; 
North on 13th Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to 14th Street; North on 
14th Street to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 4C03 Boundaries HV ^ iU) 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection orMtlf 

Street and Crittenden Street; South on 16th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur StfeVfi ' 

to Arkansas Avenue; Northeast on Arkansas Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to 

Allison Street; East on Allison Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to 

Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Buchanan! 

Street; West on Buchanan Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Crittenden Street^ 

West on Crittenden Street to the point of beginning. - b w;I 

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Description of SMD 4C04 Boundaries n a 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant, Beginning at the intersection of 16tfr! 
Street and Upshur Street; South on 16th Street to Spring Road; East on Spring Road to ' 
14th Street; North on 14th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to the point (yi ■ 
beginning. ; 

Description of SMD 4C05 Boundaries ;i 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant; v , Beginning at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Allison Street; South on 14th Street to Arkansas Avenue; Southwest on Arkansas 
Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street fo \ 
Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Taylor! 
Street; East on Taylor Street to Kansas Avenue; Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Georgia! 
Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Iowa Avenue; Northwest on Iowa Avenue to Allison' 
Street; West on Allison Street to the point of beginning. -nib ivsi 

Description of SMD 4C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Taylor Street; South on 13th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road t r Q\ 
New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Georgia Avenue;- 'North, 
on Georgia Avenue to Shepherd Street; West on Shepherd Street to Kansas Avefiue;} 
Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street to the pdintiof; 
beginning. . ;Y : y*y::,jA 

Description of SMD 4C07 Boundaries ,' ^ "V 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia' 
Avenue and Buchanan Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Allison Street; West on Allisorii 
Street to Iowa Avenue; Southeast on Iowa Avenue to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia' 
Avenue to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Shepherd Street; East oh 
Shepherd Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street > 
to 5th Street; North on -5th Street to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to its j 
northeast intersection with New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue 
to Allison Street; West on Allison Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest: on Illinois Avenue : to r 
Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C08 Boundaries f ^ , t( 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia' 
Avenue and Shepherd Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road;' East? 
on Rock Creek Church Road to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Upshur Street; West on ■:' 
Upshur Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Shepherd Street; West on Shepherd :, 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection of^ 
Sherman Circle and Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Allison Street; East on 
Allison Street to New Hampshire Avenue'; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Grant; 
Circle; Counter-clockwise around Grant Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois: 
Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 4th 
Street; North on 4th Street to Webster Street; East on Webster Street to its intersection; 

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with Rock Creek Church Road along the property boundary, of the Rock Creek Parish 
Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary 
of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on 
Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delafield Place 
to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas 
Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southern intersection of 
Grant Circle and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on 
Rock Creek Church Road to Webster Street; West on Webster Street to 4th Street; South 
on 4th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest on 
Illinois Avenue to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 4D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street 
to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street 
to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North 
Capitol Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road to its 
intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish 
Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary 
of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; "West on Buchanan Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on 
Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delarleld Place 
to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street .to Kansas 
Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle 
to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan 
Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia 
Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street 
to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Jefferson 
Street; West on Jefferson Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Ingraham Street; 
^West on Ingraham Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Shepherd 
Road and 5th Street; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow 
Street to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on 
North Capitol Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to New Hampshire 
Avenue; South on New Hampshire Avenue to Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin Street to 4th 
Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 5th Street; 
North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th 
Street and Gallatin Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street 
to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 5th Street; ■ 
South on 5th Street to Delafield Place; East on Delafield Place to 4th Street; North on 4th 
Street to Farragut Street; East. on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to 
Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 4D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th ' 
Street and Jefferson Street; East on Jefferson Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to 1 
Emerson Street; West on Emerson Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to" 
Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of v 
beginning. ' ; •< ; ^ 

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Description of SMD 4D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection. of, North 
Capitol Street and Ingraham Street; South on North Capitol Street to Rock Creek 'Qhurch;, 
ftoad; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along; 
the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel , 
01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection, 
with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on 
New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 
4th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street 
to Gallatin Street; East on Gallatin Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New 
Hampshire Avenue to Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D06 Boundaries ; 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Buchanan 
Street arid Illinois Avenue; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia 1 
Avenue to Emerson Street; East on Emerson Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to 
Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur 
Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman 
Circle;' Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; 1 
Southeast on Illinois Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 5A 

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs Road, 
N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Kennedy 
Street, N.E.; East on Kennedy Street, N.E. to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland 
boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to its', 
intersection with a line extending 16th Street, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest along said 
line extending 16th Street, N.E. to 16th Street, N.E.;. South on 16th Street, N.E. to; 
Buchannan Street, N.E.; East on Buchannan Street, N.E. to 17th Street, N.E.; South on r 
17th Street, N.E. to Webster Street, N.E.; West on Webster Street, N.E. to South Dakota; 
Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Michigan Avenue, N.E.; West on 
Michigan Avenue, N.E. to 14th Street, N.E.; North on 14th Street, N.E. to Varnum Street, 
N.E.; West on Varnum Street, N.E. to 10th Street, N.E.; South on 10th Street, N.E. to 
Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metroraii 
tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metroraii tracks to Michigan Avenue,. 
N.E.; Southwest on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol 
Street to Irving Street; West on Irving Street, N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; West on 
Kenyon Street, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place, N.W. to Rock Creek Church. 
Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North ,' 
on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to the District of Columbia— 
State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland 
boundary to Galloway'Street; West on Galloway Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest 
on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 5A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue .and Galloway Street; East on Galloway Street to the District of Columbia — 
State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the southwest; Southwest 
along said line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Buchannan 
Street; East on Buchannan Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Webster Street; 
West on Webster Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and 8th Street; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Michigan Avenue; 
West on Michigan Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Varnum Street; West on 
Varnum Street to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street 
to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending Buchanan Street from the 
east; East along said line extending Buchanan Street to Buchanan Street, and continuing 
east on Buchanan Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fort 
Totten Drive and Bates Road; Northeast on Bates Road to its northernmost extent; 
Continuing northeast along a line extending Bates Road northeast to its intersection with the 
centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA 
Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to Irving Street; 
Northwest on Irving Street to the access ramp to North Capitol Street northbound; 
Northwest on said access ramp to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to 
Scale Gate Road; East on Scale Gate Road to Harewood Road; North on Harewood Road to 
Taylor Street; East on Taylor Street to Hawaii Avenue; Northwest on Hawaii Avenue to 
Fort Totten Drive; Northwest on Fort Totten Drive to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. and Harewood Road, N.W.;' 
Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; South on Park Place, 
N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on 
Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan 
Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to Irving Street, N.E.; Northwest on Irving Street, 
N.E. to the access ramp to t North Capitol Street northbound; Northwest on said access ramp 
to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; Northwest on 
Harewood Road, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A06 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Fort Totten Drive, N.E. and Allison Street, N.E.; Southeast 
on Fort Totten Drive, N.E. to Hawaii Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on Hawaii Avenue, N.E. to 
Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to Harewood Road, N.E.; South on 
Harewood Road, N.E. to Scale Gate Road, N.E.; West on Scale Gate Road, N.E. to North 
Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; Northwest on Harewood, 
Road, N.W. to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, 
N.W. to Allison Street, N.W.; Northeast on Allison Street, N.W. to Allison Street, N.E.; 
Continuing northeast on Allison Street, N.E. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs Road, 
N.E. to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said 
centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending Bates 
Road, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Bates Road, N.E. to 

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Bates Road, N.E., and continuing southwest to Fort Totten Drive, N.E.; North on Fort 
Totten Drive, N.E. to Allison Street, N.E.; Southwest on Allison Street, N.E. to Allison, 
Street, N.W., and continuing southwest to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; North bn^ock^ 
Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street ^'ifee^ 
point of beginning. ' " \ . ' ' s ■' - ■ ' ~" 

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Description of SMD 5A08 Boundaries ^ s 

Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue, N.E. and Kennedy Street, N.E;; J 
Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to* 
Buchanan Street, N.E.; West on Buchanan Street, N.E. to its end at 6th Street, N.E.p 
Continuing west on a line extending Buchanan Street, N.E. west to the centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to 
Riggs Road, N.E.; Northeast on Riggs Road, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.;'" Southeast; 
on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. " : ^^ 

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Description of ANC 5B Boundaries t in* ^ / 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of T^lor; 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Taylor Street to ; lGtir 
Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th Street; ; 
South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to South' Dakota' 
Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to Webster ; Street;^ ast on Webster Street to 
17th Street; North on 17th Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th 
Street; North on 16th Street to its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 
16th Street northeast to its intersection with the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to ; 
Randolph Street; West on Randolph Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy 
Street; West on Quincy Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue 1 
to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Jackson 
Street; West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhode Island 
Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the centerline i of the j 
WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to' 
the point of beginning. ;nV ,-.,/■? 

Description of SMD 5B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Webster Street; East on Webster Street to 17th Street; North on 17th 
Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to 
its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 16th Street northeast to its 
intersection with the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Randolph Street; West on Randolph 
Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy Street; West on Quincy Street to South' 
Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. • m>k;.'* ■>•:■■■■ 

Description of SMD 5B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the" intersection of Michigan! 
Avenue and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Monroe Street;. 
West on Monroe Street to its intersection with the centerline of the ■ WMATA MetrdraiT 
tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue;'' 
Northeast on Michigan Avenue to Bunker Hill Road; Northeast on Bunker Hill Road to Otis) 
Street; East on Otis Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Michigan Avenue;! 
Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the point of beginning. .■■','/■ 

Description of SMD 5B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to; 
Jackson Street; West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhode 
Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to , 
the point of beginning. , ) ; . w 

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Description of SMD 5B04 Boundaries 

All streets axe located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Monroe Street to 13th 
Street; South on 13th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 
its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said 
centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Taylor 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Taylor Street to 10th 
Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th Street; 
South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to 13th Street; 
South on 13th Street to Otis Street; West on Otis Street to Bunker Hill Road; Southwest on 
Bunker Hill Road to. Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to its intersection 
with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. 

Description ANC 5C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th 
Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary 
to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline 
of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West 
along said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern 
property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary 
of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; 
Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic 
circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its 
intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 
Lot 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost 
point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost 
point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue 
to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th 
Street; North on 20th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to South Dakota 
Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD SCOlBoundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th 
Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia— State of 
Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary 
to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to Clinton Street; Southwest on Clinton Street to 
Myrtle Avenue; Southwest on Myrtle Avenue to South Dakota Avenue Northwest on South 
Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Myrtle Avenue; Northeast on Myrtle Avenue to Clinton Street; North- 
east on Clinton Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the District of 
Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of 
Maryland boundary to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to its intersec- 
tion with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX 
railroad tracks to Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th 
Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 26th Street; North on 26th Street to 

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Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to Vista Street; Northeast on Vista Street to South 
Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C03 Boundaries H 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Bladens-; 
burg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the District of } 
Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest 
along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX 
railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to its intersection with , 
a line extending South Dakota Avenue from the northwest; Northwest along said line 
extending South Dakota Avenue, and continuing northwest on South Dakota Avenue to 33rd ; 
Place; Northeast on 33rd Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Northwest on Fort Lincoln Drive to 
31st Place; Southwest on 31st Place to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C04 Boundaries v " 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. ■ Beginning at the intersection of Bladens- 
burg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to 31st Place;; 
Northeast on 31st Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Southeast on Fort Lincoln Drive to 33rd 
Place; Southwest on 33rd Place to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue 
to its end at New York Avenue; Continuing southeast on a line extending South Dakota 
Avenue southeast to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; East on ; 
said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to its intersection with the centerline of the 
Anacostia River; Southwest along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection, 
with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M Street to the, 
easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the National: 
Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the 
intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Northwest on Mount Olivet Road 
to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic ., 
circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first intersection with New 
York Avenue; East on New York Avenue to its eastern intersection with the Montana- 
Avenue traffic circle; Counterclockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to north- r 
bound Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of; 
the CSX railroad tracks; East on said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to Bladensburg ( 
. Road; , Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the point of beginning. ■-,--> 

Description of SMD 5C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of W Street 
and 15th Street; East on W Street to Montana Avenue; South on Montana Avenue to the 
Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its 
eastern intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its 
intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605- 
Lpt 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost! 
point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square; 
3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost'! 
point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to[ 
Montana Avenue; Southeast on Montana Avenue to 14th Street; In a southerly direction on 
14th Street to Downing Street; Northeast on Downing Street to 15th Street; South on 15th 
Street to the point of beginning. ; , .. 

Description of SMD 5C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode 1 
Island Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts 
Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to W Street; West on W Street to 15th Street; 
In a northerly direction on 15th Street to Downing Street; Southwest on Downing Street to 
14th Street; In a northerly direction on, 14th Street to Montana Avenue; Northwest on 

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Montana Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe 
Street and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Vista Street; 
Southwest on Vista Street to Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to 26th Street; South 
on 26th Street to Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street 
to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th 
Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to 
Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 5D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and New York Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Benning Road; East on 
Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the 
Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West along 
said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern 
property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary 
of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; 
Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic 
circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and New York Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to West Virginia Avenue; 
Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around 
the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its western intersection with New York Avenue; 
Southwest on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Mount Olivet Road; Southeast on Mount Olivet Road to Bladensburg 
Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Meigs Place; Northwest on Meigs Place to 16th 
Street; Southwest on 16th Street to Levis Street; Northwest on Levis Street to Holbrook 
Street; Northeast on Holbrook Street to Childress Street; Northwest on Childress Street to 
Trinidad Avenue; Southwest on Trinidad Avenue to Queen Street; Northwest on Queen 
Street to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland 
Avenue and 21st Street; North on 21st Street to M Street along the southern property 
boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the 
National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; 
Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to 
17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th Street; South on 
19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st 
Street and M Street; East on M Street to its end; Continuing east on a line extending M 
Street east to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along said 
centerline of the Anacostia River to Benning Road; West on Benning Road to 19th Street; 
North on 19th Street to Bennett Place; East on Bennett Place to 21st Street; North on 21st 
Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 5D05 Boundaries muiUioU 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland 
Avenue and 21st Street; South on 21st Street to Bennett Place; West on Bennett Place to 
19th Street; South on 19th Street to Benning Road; West on Benning Road to Bladensburg'; 
Road; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland AvenueR 
to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th Street; South onM 
19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginnings 

Description of SMD 5D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Oates Street; Southeast on Oates Street to Bladensburg Road; 
Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to West 
Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. : 

Description of SMD 5D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West ; 
Virginia Avenue and Queen Street; Southeast on Queen Street to Trinidad Avenue* North-- 
east on Trinidad Avenue to Childress Street; Southeast on Childress Street to Holbrooke 
Street; Southwest on Holbrook Street to Levis Street; Southeast on Levis Street to 16th; 
Street; Northeast on 16th Street to Meigs Place; Southeast on Meigs Place to Bladensburg 
Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Oates Street; Northwest on Oates Street to/West; 
Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. , '\ t) ; , .?.< 

Description of ANC 5E Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on Ketiyc-h 
Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street;. 
South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue, NVE. to 1 
the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA; 
Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue, N.E..; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.E. t6 ; 
its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 
837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point 
at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square - 
3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its: 
southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on New York , 
Avenue, N.E. to New York Avenue, N.W., and continuing southwest on New York' Avenue^ ' 
N.W. to Kirby Street, N.W.; North on Kirby Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; WesVte'N; 
Street, N.W. to New Jersey Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on New Jersey . Avenue, N!Wi x tb 1[ 
Florida Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.W. to Rhode Island Avenue 1 ,. I^IW!; 1 
Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd StreetJWfWPS) { 
Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street 
NW to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; 
North on Park Place, N.W. to the point of beginning. ' ; iT ^ ^ 

Description of SMD 5E01 Boundaries 1 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Franklin.; 
Street and Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the centerline of thej 
WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to- 
Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Franklin j 
Street and 6th Street; East on Franklin Street to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail' 
tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue; 1 
Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Evarts Street; 
East on Evarts Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning.' 1 

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Description of SMD 5E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode 
Island Avenue and Summit Place; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with 
the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; South along the 
western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South 
along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point at its 
intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to Florida Avenue; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue to Eckington Place; North on Eckington Place to R Street; 
East on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to T Street;- West on T Street to 
Summit Place; North on Summit Place to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North 
Capitol Street and Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to Summit 
Place; South on Summit Place to T Street; East on T Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd 
Street to R Street; West on R Street to Eckington Place; Southwest on Eckington Place to 
Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York 
Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on north Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Jersey Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Q 
Street; East on Q Street to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York 
Avenue to ■ Kirby Street; North on Kirby Street to N Street; West on N Street to New 
Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and Rhode Island Avenue; South on 2nd Street to Randolph Place; East on Randolph 
Place to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Florida Avenue; Northwest 
on North Capitol Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to 
R Street; West on R Street to New Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to 
Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode 
Island Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and U Street; East on U Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol 
Street to Randolph Place; West on Randolph Place to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 

Street and Adams Street; East on Adams Street to North Capitol Street; South on North 

Capitol Street to U Street; West on U Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the point ' 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E09 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on Kenyon 
Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; 
South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to 
Franklin Street, N.E.; Southeast on Franklin Street, N.E. to Lincoln Road, N.E.; South on 
Lincoln Road to Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.E. to 
North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Adams Street; West on Adams 
Street, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to Bryant Street, N.W.; East 

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on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street NW to Michigan Avenue, 
N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place,? 
N>W, to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E 10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Lincoln ' 
Rpad and Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to 6th Street; South oil 6th Street to 1 '; 
Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Rhode Island : 
Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Lincoln Road; Northeast oh Lincoln Road to ; 
the p'oint of beginning. "\ J '."''V « **. : , 

Description of ANC 6A Boundaries r t 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 8th Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H Street; 
East on H Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South on 19th 
Street to G Street; East on C Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to the northern i 
portion of East Capitol Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street to 19th I 
Street; Continuing west oh East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street, SjEitoA 
the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; West along said 
eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street, S.E. to East 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to H Street;-, ' 
West on H Street to 7th Street; North on 7th to I Street; East on I Street to :8th Street;:, 
North On 8th Street to the point of beginning. ; /;p: 

Description SMD 6A0i Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 8th Street 
and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to H 
Street; West on H Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to G Street; West on G Street 
to 8th Street North on 8th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 7th Street; North on 7th , 
to I Street; East on I Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. 

\ Description of SMD 6A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th '• 
Street and H Street; East on H Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to E Street; 
West on E Street to Maryland Avenue; Southwest on Maryland Avenue to 8th Street; North 
on 8th Street to G Street; East on G Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point 
of beginmng. 

j ; Description of SMD 6A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland 
Avenue and E Street; East on E Street to 10th Street; South On 10th Street to C Street; 
East on C Street to ,12th Street; South on 12th Street to, the westbound portion of East 
Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; West on East Capitol Street to lltti Street; South on, 
11th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on ,8th } 
Street tO Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. , 

Description of SMD 6A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at : 
the intersection of C Street and 12th Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South on 15th ; 
Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th. 
Street, S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; West 
along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street, \ 
S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; East on East; 
Capitol Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning. ■" ■ 

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Description of SMD 6A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 10th 
Street and E Street; East on E Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to C Street; 
West on C Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6A06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Gales Street; East on Gales Street to 16th Street; 
South on 16th Street to Isherwood Street; West on Isherwood Street to 15th Street; North 
on 15th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the 
. point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 15th 
Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to E 
Street; West on E Street to 18th Street; South on 18th to D Street; West on D Street to 
16th Street; North on 16th Street to Gales Street; West on Gales Street to 15th Street; 
North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and E Street; East on E Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to C Street; 
East on C Street to 2'2nd Street; South on 22nd Street to the northern portion of East 
Capitol Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street to 19th Street; 
Continuing west on East Capitol Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Isherwood 
Street; East on Isherwood Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to D Street; East on 
D Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 6B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street north and a line extending East 
Capitol Street west; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and continuing east on 
East Capitol Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to the eastbound portion of East 
Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol 
Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol 
Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of 
Congressional Cemetery; in an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional 
Cemetery to its easternmost point and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline 
of the Anacostia River, Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Interstate 
295; North on Interstate 295 to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to M Street; West on M 
Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the 
Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street northward and a line extending East 
Capitol Street westward; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and continuing east 
on East Capitol Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to A Street; West on A Street to 
4th Street; South on 4th Street to North Carolina Avenue; Southwest on North Carolina 
Avenue to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the 
Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street and continuing 
north along a line extending South Capitol Street north to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 6B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at^, 
the intersection of 5th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street'io^^ 
Street. South on 9th Street to A Street; West on A Street to 8th Street; Southon,^/ 
Street to its first intersection with D Street; East on D Street to 9th Street; South on Mi" 
Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to its first intersection 
with D Street; West on D Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to D Street; West on D 
Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to North Carolina Avenue; Northeast on NorthA 
Carolina Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 5thH 
Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. < .'■■'-, :,; 

Description of SMD 6B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at; 
the intersection of the 3rd Street and D Street East on D Street to 7th Street; South on 7th 
Street to D Street; East on D Street to 8th Street; South oh 8th Street to the Southeast 
Expressway; Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to 3rd Street;, North on 3rd Street to. 
the point of beginning. ;' ' , f, 

Description of SMD 6B 04 Boundaries 1 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning a(l 
the intersection of 9th Street and South Carolina Avenue; Northeast on South Carolina 
Avenue to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 12th Street; 
South on 12th Street to K Street; West on K Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to 
M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street the Southeast Expressway;.:, 
Southeast on the Southeast Expressway to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to its \ first ■> 
intersection with D Street; East on D Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast ; on 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point bf beginning. : ■;■, ; v 

Description of SMD 6B05 Boundaries ^5 | 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at; 
the intersection of 9th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol to 11th Street; 
South on 11th Street to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park 
East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street, 
to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 12th Street; South oh' i2th 
Street to C Street; West on C Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to South Carolina | 
Avenue; Southwest on South Carolina Avenue to D Street; West on D Street to 8th Street; ' 
North on 8th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the. 
point of beginning. / 

Description of SMD 6B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant, unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of South Carolina Avenue and Kentucky Avenue; Southeast on Kentucky 
Avenue to C Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania 
Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to the ,,cehterline of the Anacostia River;, 1 
Southwest on the Anacostia River to Interstate 295; Jsfbrth on Interstate 295 to 11th Street;. ' 
North on 11th Street to the Southeast Freeway; East on Southeast Freeway to its , 
intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the north; North along said line extending > 
14th Street and continuing north on 14th Street to Potomac Avenue; Continuing north along 
a line extending 14th Street north to Pennsylvania Avenue"; J ' Northwest on Pennsylvania 
Avenue to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to its intersection with the portion of C Street^ 
north of South Carolina Avenue; East on said portion of C Street to South Carolina Avenue; \ 
Northeast on South Carolina Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast^ quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at. 
the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenuei 
to its intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the south; South along said line;; 

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extending 14th Street and continuing south on 14th Street to its end at L Street; Continuing 
south along a line extending 14th Street south to the Southeast Freeway; West on the. 
Southeast Freeway to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to K Street; East on K Street to 
12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of East Capitol Street and 13th Street; East on East Capitol Street to 15th 
Street; South on 15th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue 
to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to C Street; West on C Street to Kentucky Avenue; 
Northwest on Kentucky Avenue to South Carolina Avenue; Southwest on South Carolina 
Avenue to C Street; West on C Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Independence 
Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 16th Street and Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts 
Avenue to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of 
Congressional Cemetery; In an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional 
Cemetery to its easternmost point, and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline 
of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Pennsylva- 
nia Avenue Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to C 
Street; East on C Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 15th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 19th 
Street; South on 19th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts, Avenue 
to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to East Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 6C Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue, N.E. and Florida Avenue, N.E.;' 
Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to I Street, 
N.E.; West on I Street, N.E. to 7th Street, N.E.; South on 7th Street, N.E. to H Street, 
N.E.; East on H Street, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol 
Street; West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; Continuing west along a line 
extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line extending South Capitol 
Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street north to its intersection 
with Constitution Avenue; West on Constitution Avenue, N.W. to the point where it crosses 
above the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern boundary of 
Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses below Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Southwest 
on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to 
New York Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New York Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C01 boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Constitution Avenue, N.E. and 8th Street, N.E.; South on 
8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; 
Continuing west along a line extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line 
extending South Capitol Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street 
north to its intersection with Constitution Avenue; East along Constitution Avenue, N.E. to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C02 boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 and Massachusetts 
Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue, N.E. . .; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.E. to Columbus Circle, N.E.; Counter-clockwise 
around Columbus Circle, N.E. to F Street, N.E.; East on F Street, N.E. to 2nd Street, 

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NiBi 4i ; South, on 2nd Street, N.E. to the alley between E Street, N.E, and F Street, N.E.;-> 
In- an; easterly direction along said alley between E Street, N.E. ,and F Street, N.E. to 3rd j 
Street, N.E . . .; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to E Street, N.E.; East on E Street, N.E. to 4th^ 
Street, N.E . . .; South on 4th Street, N.E. to Constitution Avenue, N.E.; West on Constitu^ 
tion Avenue, N.E. to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern 
boundary of Interstate 395 to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 6C03 boundaries ; .; ■■:,/: -;i orb 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 6th Street,- 
and F Street; East on F Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Constitution 
West on Constitution Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to E Street; East on EV 
Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. „ , ■ )■ 

Description of SMD 6C04 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North 
Capitol Street and H Street; East on H Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to I 
Street; East on I Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to H Street; East on H Street toy 
5th Street; South on 5th Street to F Street; East on F Street to 6th Street; South oh '6th. 
Street to E Street; West on E Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the alley between ' 
E Street and F Street; In a westerly direction along said alley between E Street and F" 
Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to F Street; West on F Street to Columbus Circle; ' 
Clockwise around Columbus Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts, j 
Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning.' ' 

Description of SMD 6C05 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 3rd Street! t 
and K Street; East on K Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to I Street; West on I ; 
Street to, 7th Street; South on 7th Street to H Street; East on H Street to 8th Street; South;' 
on 8th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to H Street; 
West on H Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the point of beginning. 
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Description of SMD 6C06 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New York 
Avenue and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 8th Street; South on 8th Street .. 
to K Street; West on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to I Street; West on I ' 
Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to H Street; West on H Street to North Capitol J 
Street; North on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York ., 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

■ Description of ANC 6D Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street, S.W. and Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on 
Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the 
Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295); Due southeast on the Southeast Freeway (spur,, 
to Interstate 295) to 7th Street, S.E.; South on 7th Street, S.E. to M Street, S.E.; East on 3\1 ; 
Street, S.E. to 11th Street, S.E.; South on 11th Street, S.E. to 'the centerline of the Anacostia ■ 
River; Southwest along in the centerline of the Anacostia River and the projection of that' 
centerline to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia shoreline : ' 
dt the Potomac River to 14th Street; North on 14th Street, S.W. to the point of beginning.. 

Description of SMD 6D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th ~ 
Street and Independence Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 4th Street; South on 4th 
Street to M Street; West on M Street to Maine Avenue; Northwest on Maine Avenue to 14th 1 i 
Street; North on 14th Street to the point of beginning. , r^ 

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Description of SMD 6D02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Delaware Avenue, S.W. and M Street, S.W. . . Northeast on 
Delaware Avenue, S.W. to I Street, S.W.; West on I Street, S.W. to 3rd Street, S.W.; North 
on 3rd Street, S.W. to G Street; Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its 
continuation at E Street, S.W., and continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue, 
S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol 
Street to I Street, S.W.; East on I Street, S.E. to New Jersey Avenue, S.E.; Southeast on 
New Jersey Avenue, S.E. to K Street, S.E.; East on K Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.; 
South on 2nd Street, S.E. to L Street, S.E.; West on L Street, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South 
on 1st Street, S.E. to Potomac Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Potomac Avenue, S.E. to South 
Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to M Street; West on M Street, S.W. to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Indepen- 
dence Avenue and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to I Street; East on I Street to Wesley 
Place; South on Wesley Place to K Street; East on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd 
Street to M Street; East on M Street to Delaware Avenue; Northeast on Delaware Avenue 
to I Street; West on I Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street, S.W. to G Street; 
Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its continuation at E Street, and 
continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 
the point of the beginning. i 

Description of SMD 6D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of M Street 
and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of Street to its east; East on Street to 
its end, and continuing east along a line extending Street to its continuation at 3rd Street; 
South on 3rd Street to P Street; West on P Street and continuing west along a line extending 
P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia Shore of 
the Potomac River to 14th Street; Northeast on 14th Street to Maine Avenue; Southeast on 
Maine Avenue to M Street; East on M Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of I Street 
and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of Street to its east; East on Street to 
its end, and continuing east along a line extending Street to its continuation at 3rd Street; 
South on 3rd Street to P Street; West on P Street and continuing west along a line extending 
P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; South along said Virginia Shore of 
the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the center line of the Anacostia 
River; Northeast along said line extending the center line of the Anacostia River- and 
continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to South Capitol Street; 
Northwest on South Capitol Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R 
Street; West on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on 
Canal Street to Delaware Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to M Street; West on M 
Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to K Street; West on K Street to Wesley Place; 
North on Wesley Place to I Street; West on I Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Delaware 
Avenue and M Street; East on M Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol 
Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R Street; West on R Street to 
2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on Canal Street to Delaware 
Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295) and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol 

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Street to I Street; East on I Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey 
Avenue to K Street; East on K Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to L Street; :.J^e,st^ 
on L Street to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potgni^j 
Avenue to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the center line Qf JKje n 
Anacostia River; Northeast on the center line of the Anacostia River to 11th Street; No^^ 
on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street toi&e'g 
Southeast Freeway (spur to 1-295); Northwest on the Southeast Freeway (spur to 1-295^,^ 
the point of the beginning. ^ C) y L 

Description of ANC 6E Boundaries '...'"' 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of T Street' - 
and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New : i 
Jersey Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby Street to New 
York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North 
. Capitol Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue 1 to 7th Street;" 
North on 7th Street to M Street; West on M Street to the alley running along the eastern 
side of the Washington Convention Center; North on said alley to N Street; West on N' 
Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; 
North on 11th Street to S Street; East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on -i 
Wiltberger Street to T Street; East on T Street to the point of beginning. . ■■■.::■') 

Description of SMD 6E01 Boundaries u 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th 
Street and S. Street; East on S Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to R Street; East, 
on R Street to Marion Street; South on Marion Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 7th ; 
Street; South on 7th Street to Street; West on Street to 9th Street; .North on 9th Street \ 
to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point of beginning. .', 

Description SMD 6E02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of T Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue 
to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to Street; West on Street to 
7th Street; North on 7th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to Marion Street; North on 
Marion Street to R Street; West on R Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to S Street; 1 , 
East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on Wiltberger Street to T Street; East on .T,; 
Street to the point of beginning. , , ; 

Description of SMD 6E03 Boundaries ' 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th\: 
Street and Street; East on Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to M Street; -West : 
on M Street to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention center; "[ 
North on said alley to N Street; West on N Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the;, 
point of beginning. : "', : / V '.'"? ■■[ 

Description of SMD 6E04 Boundaries ^ < ' : ; ' ^ ^ 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 5th 
Street and Street; East on Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey 
Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby Street to New York/, 
Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to M Street;^ 
East on M Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. f ,-,;■! 

Description of SMD 6E05 Boundaries .^V^ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and 4th Street; South on 4th Street, to Massachusetts Avenue; West on 
Massachusetts Avenue to 7th Street North on 7th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on 
New York Avenue to the point of beginning. ;v.. Imu-.' 

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Description of SMD 6E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to L Street; West on 
a line extended west from L Street to 1st Street; North on 1st Street to New York Avenue; 
Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and 1st Street; South on 1st Street to a line extended west from L Street; East 
on said line extended west from L Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol 
Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 4th Street; North 
on 4th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC 7B 

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline 
of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from Croffut Place; East on said line 
extended from Croffut Place to Croffut Place; Continuing East on Croffut Place to Minnesota 
Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its southwestern intersection with Randle Circle; 
Counterclockwise around Randle Circle to Ft. Dupont Drive; East on Ft. Dupont Drive to Ft. 
Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachu- 
setts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Southwest on Ft. 
Dupont Street to Q. Street; Northwest on Q Street to Ft. Davis Street; Southwest on Ft. 
Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street to 40th Street;' South on 40th Street to 
Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on 
Southern Avenue to Naylor Road; Northeast on Naylor Road to 25th Street; North on 25th 
Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest^ on Minnesota Avenue to Nicholson Street; North- 
west on Nicholson Street to Anacostia Drive, S.E.; Continuing Northwest along a line 
connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia 
River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline 
of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from Croffut Place S.E.; East on said line 
extended from Croffut Place to Croffut Place; Continuing east along Croffut Place to 
Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nash Place; Northwest on Nash 
Place to Fairlawn Avenue; Continuing northwest along a line extending Nash Place to the 
centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to 
the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue and 28th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 30th Street; South on 
30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park to V Place; East on V Place to 31st Street; 
South on 31st Street to W Street; East on W Street to 32nd Place; South on 32nd Place to 
Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to Naylor Road; North on Naylor Road to 
27th Street; North on 27th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; North on 
28th Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the Anacostia River and a line extending Nash Street to the northwest; 
Southeast along said line extending Nash Street to Nash Street; Continuing southeast on 
Nash Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to M Street; Southeast 
on M Street to 30th Street; South on 30th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest -on 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 28th Street;, South on 28th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 
27th Street; South on 27th Street to Naylor Road; North on Naylor Road to 25th Street; 

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North on 25th Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nicholson 
Street; Northwest on Nicholson Street to Anacostia Drive; Continuing northwest along a line/, 
connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia^ 
River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. .. 

Description of SMD 7B04 Boundaries 

All streets are, located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection of 
Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle; Counter-clockwise around Randle Circle to Massachu- - 
setts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to M ; ' 
Street; West on M Street to Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue to Pope Street; . 
Southeast on Pope Street to Nash Place; West on Nash Place to Highwood Drive; Southeast ' 
on Highwood Drive to its second intersection with Carpenter Street; East on Carpenter 
Street to Texas Avenue; Southwest on Texas Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on ; 
Pennsylvania Avenue to Alabama Ave; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 32nd Place; North ' 
on 32nd Place to W Street; West on W' Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to V , 
Place; West on V Place to 30th Street; North on 30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park, 
to M Street; Northwest on M Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue' 
to the point of the beginning. ^ n ' ; .' 

Description of SMD 7B05 B oundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama 
Avenue and Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue, to Denver Street; Southeast ofi 
Denver Street to Highview Terrace; Northeast on Highview Terrace to 34th Street;' ; 
Southeast on 34th Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Nayior 
Road; Northwest on Nayior Road to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to the. 
. point of the beginning. . . '/, 

Description of SMD 7B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama * 
Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Southern Avenue; { 
Southwest on Southern Avenue to 34th Street; Northwest on 34th Street to Highview" 
Terrace; Southwest on Highview Terrace to Denver Street; Northwest on Denver Street to 
Branch Avenue; North on Branch Avenue to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama 
Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B07 Boundaries - 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection of \ 
Randle Circle and Massachusetts Avenue; Counter-clockwise around Randle Circle 'to Ft. 
Dupont Drive; East on Ft. Dupont Drive to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd 
Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Southwest on Ft. Dupont Street to Q Street; Northwest on Q 
Street to Ft. Davis Street; Southwest on Ft Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street f 
to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania 
Avenue to Texas Avenue; Northeast on Texas Avenue to Carpenter Street; West : on \ 
Carpenter Street to Highwood Drive; West on Highwood Drive to Nash Place; East on Nash ; 
Place to Pope Street; Northwest on Pope Street to Branch Avenue; North oil Branch'' 
Avfenue to M Street; East on M Street to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Massachu-.:; 
settsAvenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to the point of the beginning. ; "/;.; 

Description of ANC 7C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota. 
Avenue arid Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest 
on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th Street;" 
North on 47th Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Street; West on Edsori 1 
Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 46th 
Street; North on 46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street; North oil .J 
44th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs^ 
Avenue to 46th Street; North on a line extending 46th Street to the north Continuing north 1 ' 

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on 46th Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to 
Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Meade Street; 
East on Meade Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the 
beginning point. 

Description of SMD 7C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 48th 
Street and Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Hayes 
Street; East on Hayes Street to Division Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Cloud Place; 
West on Cloud Place to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Fitch Place; Northeast on Fitch 
Place to 49th Place; North on 49th Place to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; West on 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to its intersection with 
the Watts Branch stream; West along the Watts Branch stream to its intersection with a line 
extending north from 48th Place; South along said line to Foote Street; West on Foote 
Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Place; West on Edson Place to 45th 
Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 46th Street; North on 
46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 48th 
Street; North on 48th Street to the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division . 
Avenue and the Watts Branch Stream; Southeast along the Watts Branch Stream to 55th 
Street; South on 55th Street to Clay Place; East on Clay Place to 56th Street; South on 56th 
Street to Blaine Street East on Blaine Street to 57th Place; South on 57th Place to East 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 50th Street; North on 50th Street to Blaine 
Street; East on Blaine Street to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of 
the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th 
Street and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 
49th Place; South on 49th Place to Fitch Place; East on Fitch Place to 51st Street; South on 
51st Street to Cloud Place; East on Cloud Place to Division Avenue; South on Division 
Avenue to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 50th Street; South on 50th Street to East 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to 47th 
Place; North on 47th Place to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 48th Place; North on 
48th Place and continuing north on a line extending 48th Place to the Watts Branch Stream; 
East along the Watts Branch Stream to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the 
beginning 

Description of SMD 7C04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th 
Street and Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Lee 
Street; East on Lee Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Division 
Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Hayes Street; West on Hayes Street to 51st Street; 
North on 51st Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 48th Street; South on 48th Street 
to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 46th 
Street; North on a line extending 46th Street to the north Continuing North on 46th Street 
to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 7C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 59th and 
Foote Street; East on Foote Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to 
Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East 
Capitol Street to 57th Place; North on 57th Place to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 
56th Street; North on 56th Street to Clay Place; West on Clay Place to 55th Street; North 

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on 55th Street to Eads Street; East on Eads Street to 59th Street; North on 59th StaSeft tee- 
the point of the beginning. ; ; ;;>--■: ■:, 

Description of SMD 7C06 Boundaries ; " 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division 
Avenue and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Foote Street; West on Foote 
Street to 59th Street; South on 59th Street to Eads Street; West on Eads Street to 55th / 
Street; South on 55th Street to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest along the Watts- 
Branch Stream to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description on SMD 7C07 Boundaries { ^ 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota 
Avenue and Eastern Avenue; South on Eastern Avenue to Lee Street; West on Lee Street;; 
to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Sheriff Road; West on Sheriff, to 45th Street- North 
on 45th Street to Meade Street; East on Meade Street to Minnesota-Avenue; Northeast on 
Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. >>' ; ; 

Description of for ANC 7D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated;- 
Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and Eastern Avenue; 
Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to " 
Meade Street; West on Meade Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road;/ 
West on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Jay Street; East on Jay 
Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street and continuing south along a line extending 46th 
Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue 
to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Grant Street;' East on Grant Street to 46th Street; 
South on 46th Street to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th u 
Street to Edson Place; East on Edson Place to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to 47th h 
Street; South on 47th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 42nd 
Street; North on 42nd Street to Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Benning Road; 
Northwest on Benning Road to 42nd Street;, North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on/ 
Grant Street and continuing west along a line extending Grant Street to Kenilworth Avenue;^ 
Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street, to;: 
Independence Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th, 
Street to East Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to 22nd r 
Street; North on 22nd Street to C Street; East on C Street to 19th Street; North ori 19th j 
Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; ; 
North-northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning; 

Description for SMD 7D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated. 
Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to its 
intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along the centerline of the/ 
Anacostia River to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to Independence- 
Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to East; 
Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to, 22nd Street; North on/ 
22nd Street to C Street; West on C Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to the point ; 
of the beginning. . .-,> 

Description for SMD 7D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Anacostia 
Avenue and Douglas Street; Southeast on Douglas Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest 
on Kenilworth Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen 
Burroughs Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its intersection \ 
with the southeastern extension of the portion of Hayes Street north of Kenilworth- Avenue; I 
Northwest along said line to Hayes Street Continuing Northwest along Hayes Street to its : 
intersection with the northwestern boundary of census block 96.02.1002.; Northeast along ) 
said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02,1001;^ 

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Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census 
block 96.02.1000; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with Jay Street; South- 
east on Jay Street to Kenilworth Terrace; North on Kenilworth Terrace to Lee Street; 
Northwest on Lee Street to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to Anacostia Avenue; East on 
Anacostia Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description for SMD 7D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Eastern 
Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to 
Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Meade Street; West on Meade Street 
to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road; West on Sherriff Road to Minnesota 
Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to Kenilworth Avenue; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue to 
Douglas Street; Northwest on Douglas Street to Anacostia Avenue; Southwest on Anacostia 
Avenue to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Lee Street; Southeast on Lee Stree.t to 
Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest 
along the Watts Branch Stream to the point where it meets the Anacostia River; Northeast 
along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Benning 
Road and the centerline of the Anacostia River; East on Benning Road to Kenilworth 
Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol 
Street to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the Anacostia 
River to the point of the beginning. .. 

Description of SMD 7D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 44th 
Street and Grant Street; East on Grant Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to Foote 
Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Edson Place; East on 
Edson Place to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to East 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its intersections with a line extending 42nd 
Street south; North along said line to 42nd Street; Continuing north on 42nd Street to 
Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Benning Road; Southeast on Benning Road to 44th 
Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota 
Avenue Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Jay 
Street; East on Jay Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to the point where it extends 
to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 44th 
Street; South on 44th Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to 42nd Street; 
North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to Minnesota Ave; Continuing 
west along a line extending Grant Street west to Kenilworth; Northeast on Kenilworth 
Avenue to Nannie, Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 
Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the point where the Watts 
Branch Stream meets the Anacostia River; East along the Watts branch Stream to 
Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to Jay Street; Northwest on Jay Street to 
its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1000; Southwest along said 
boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1001; 
Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census 
block 96.02.1002; Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with Hayes Street; 
Southeast on Hayes Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to 
Benning Road; West on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North on the 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Texas () 

Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; Souther 
west on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to.^ 
40th Street; Northeast on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. Davis" 
Street; Northeast on Ft. Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft. Dupont 
Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on Ft. DavisV 
Drive to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to G Street; East on G Street to BenhingV 
Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to Texas Avenue; North .'j 
on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E01 Boundaries 

All 1 - streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama- 
Avenue and G Street; South on Alabama Avenue to Hilltop Terrace; East on Hilltop Terrace I 
to- 46th Street; South on 46th Street to H Street; East on H Street to Southern Avenue;- : 
Southwest on Southern Avenue to Reed Terrace; West on Reed Terrace to 45th Place- L; 
North on 45th Place to Hillside Road; West on Hillside Road to Burns Street; Continuing 
West on a line extending Hillside Road to Ridge Road; Northwest on Ridge Road to G 
Street; East on G Street to the point of the beginning. -, -..,■■■ ■ ■'■ 

Description of SMD 7E02 Boundaries ^ 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Ft; Davis;** 
Drive and Ridge Road; South on Ridge Road to its intersection with a line extending Hillside^ 
Road' to the west; East on said line to Hillside Road; Continuing East on Hillside Road to 
45th .Place; South on 45th Place to Reed Terrace; East on Reed Terrace to Southern^ 
Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylva- 
nia Avenue to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. p < 
Davis Street; Northeast on Ft Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft-:^ 
Dupont Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to ^ 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on > 
Ft. Davis Drive to the point of the beginning. 3 

Description of SMD 7E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st and E 
Street; East on E Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to H Street^ 
West on H Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Hilltop Terrace; West on Hilltop '*; 
Terrace to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to G Street; East on G Street to'"; 
51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. "') 

, Description of SMD 7E04 Boundaries d 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of fexas 7 
Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 49th Street; South on ^tju 
Street to Street Louis Street; South on Street Louis Street extended to Queens Stroll EJ^cg;./] 
East on Queens Stroll Place to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to G Street; West on G 
Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to ■ 
Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. . : r , . j-i r,-; HA 

Description of SMD 7E05 Boundaries irtH 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th ji 
Street and East Capitol Street; East on east Capitol Street to Central Avenue; Southeast ond 
Central Avenue to 51st Street; South on- 51st Street to C Street; East on C Street to 53rdH 
Street; South on*53rd Street to E Street; West on E Street to 51st Street; North on 51std 
Street to Queens Stroll Place; West on Queens Stroll Place to Street Louis Street; Northeasts 
on Street Louis Street extended to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the f 
beginning. » jo 

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Description of SMD 7E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st 
Street and Central Avenue; Southeast on Central Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on 
Southern Avenue to E Street; West on E Street to 53rd Street; North on 53rd Street to C 
Street; West on C Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Central 
Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; South- 
west on Southern Avenue to Central Avenue; Northwest on Central Avenue to the point of 
the beginning. 

Description of ANC 7F Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. and a line extended west from 
Grant Street, N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street, N.E.; Continuing East on Grant 
Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast 
on Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, 
N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 
Texas Avenue, S.E.;' South on Texas Avenue, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; East on B Street, S.E. 
to Benning Road, S.E.; South on Benning Road, S.E. to G Street, S.E.; West on G Street, 
S.E. to Ridge Road, S.E.; North on Ridge Road, S.E. to Ft. Davis Drive, S.E.; Southwest on 
Ft. Davis Drive, S.E. to Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E.; West on Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E. to Randle 
Circle, S.E.; Clockwise around Randle Circle, S.E. to Minnesota Avenue, S.E.; Northeast on 
Minnesota Avenue, S.E. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on CrofTut Place, S.E. extended to its 
intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the 
Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending east from the northern property line 
of the eastern portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a 
westerly direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to' its intersection with 
19th Street, S.E.; North on 19th Street to Independence Avenue, S.E.; East on Indepen- 
dence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to 
Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F01 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. and a line extended west from 
Grant Street,- N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street, N.E.; Continuing east on Grant Street, 
N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast on 
Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, 
N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 
Minnesota Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; 
Northwest on Blaine Street, N.E. to 35th Street, N.E.; Continuing Northwest along a line 
extending Blaine Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. 
to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East Capitol 
Street and Texas Avenue; South on Texas Avenue to E Street; East on E Street to Alabama 
Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to G Street; West on G Street to Ridge Road; Northeast 
on Ridge Road to E Street; East on E Street to 40th Place; North on 40th Place to Burns 
Street; Continuing north on Burns Street to C Street; West on C Street to Burns Place; 
Northwest on Burns Place to Burns Court; Continuing northwest along a line extending 
Burns Place to B Street; Northeast on B Street to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol 
Street to the point, of the beginning. 

Description of SMD7F03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of B Street and 
Texas Avenue; East on B Street to Benning Road; South on Benning Road to G Street; 

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West on G Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to E Street; West on E 
Street to Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning.- mf;: ^ 

Description of SMD 7F04 Boundaries ^ J ^ )T ^ 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minn^sWa"' 
Avenue and B Street; East on B Street to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to 37th 
Street; Southwest on 37th Street to Ely Place East on Ely Place to Ridge Road; South on 
Ridge Road to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis to Ft. Dupont Drive; West oh Ft. Du^nP 
Drive to Randle Circle; Clockwise around Randle Circle to Minnesota Avenue; NortheasFoh^ 
Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. ;; ^w 

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Description of SMD 7F05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East Capitol* 
Street and Ridge Road; East on East Capitol Street to B Street; Southwest on B Street to ; ■ 
its intersection with a line extending Burns Place to the northwest; Southeast on said line to 
Burns Place; Continuing southeast along Burns Place to C Street; East on C Street to Burns. > 
Street; South on Burns Street to 40th Place; South on 40th Place to E Street; West on Ey- 
Street to Ely Place; West on Ely Place to 37th Street; North on 37th ( Street to Ridge Road;; p 
Northwest on Ridge Road to the point of the beginning. \ ■■ , ; ^ 

Description of SMD 7F06 Boundaries ■,'■/'■% 

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and East Capitol Street; ^: 
East on East Capitol Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue,' 
N.E. to its intersection with a line extending Blaine Street to the northwest; Southeast '"oil; 1 
said line to Blaine Street, N.E.; Continuing southeast on Blaine Street, N.E. to Minnesota- 1 
Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Ridge Road S.E.; Southeast on" 
Ridge Road, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; West on B Street, S.E. to Minnesota Avenue^ ;S.E.; ; 
Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, S.E. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on Croffut Place; fe.E.; 
extended west to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the: . 
centerline of the Anacostia River to point of the beginning. ';■'/' • 

Description of ANC 7F07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street, S.E. and Independence, Avenue S.E.; East ; on : 
Independence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to ; 
the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River/' 
to its intersection with a line extending East from the northern property line of the eastern i 
portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a westerly;/ 
direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to its intersection with 19th; 
Street, S.E. ; North on 19th Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning, ,.?.;; ■:.-■/. 

Description of ANC 8A Boundaries * , ^j; f; 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; South-, 
easterly along a line extending to the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia Drive;;!; 
Southeast on Nicholson Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeasterly oh Minnesota Avenue to"' 
25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing South on Naylor Road to" 
Altamont Place; Southwest oh Altamont Place to Good Hope Road; Northwest on Good Hopfe^ 
Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from said intersection across Fort Stanton Park to the; 
intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road;; 
Southwest on Pomeroy Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road;;; 
West on Douglass Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton Road to Sheridan Road; North" 1 
on Sheridan Road to Howard Road; Northwest on Howard Street to South Capitol Street; 
Continuing northwest on South Capitol Street to its intersection with the centerline of the 
Anacostia River; Northeast along said centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of 
beginning. ■,: ■:■-)■:■ 

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Description of SMD 8A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the center 
line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeasterly along a line extending to 
the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia Drive; Southeast on Nicholson Street to 
Minnesota Ave; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Q 
Street; West on Q Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to R Street; West on R 
Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 16th Street; 
North on 16th Street and continuing north along a line extending 16th Street to its 
intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the 
Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to R Street; East 
on R Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to S Street; East on S Street to 22nd 
Street; South on 22nd Street and continuing south along a line extending 22nd Street to 
Retta Gilliam Court; South along the western portion of Retta Gilliam Court to T Place; . 
Southeast on T Place to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 76.05 
2002; Southwest along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002 to Good Hope 
Road; West on Good Hope Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Ridge Place; West 
on Ridge Place to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the eastern span of the 11th Street 
Bridge; Continuing north on said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to its intersection 
with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia 
River to -its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the south; South along said 
line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; Continuing south on 16th Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th 
Street and R Street; East on R Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Q Street; 
East on Q Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing south on 
Naylor Road to Altamont Place; Southwest on Altamont Place to Good Hope Road; 
Northwest on Good Hope Road to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 
76.05 2002; Northeast along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002 to T Place; 
West on T Place to Retta Gilliam Court; North along the western portion of Retta Gilliam 
Court to its intersection with a line extending 22nd Street from the north; North along said 
line extending 22nd Street to 22nd Street; continuing north on 22nd Street to S Street; West 
on S Street to 19th Street; North' on 19th Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th Place 
and Good Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from that 
intersection along a line connecting to the intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West 
on Morris Road to Bryan Place; North on Bryan Place to Bangor Street; East on Bangor 
S.E. to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Butler Street; Northwest on Butler Street to 
the southwest corner of Census Block 75.03 2001; Clockwise around the boundary of said 
Census Block to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to W Street; East on W Street to its 
intersection with a line extending 18th Street from the north; North along said line to 18th 
Street; Continuing North on 18th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 19th Place; North 
on 19th Place to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Good 
Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 19th Place; South on 19th Place to U Street; West 
on U Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street and continuing south on a line extending 
18th Street to W Street; Northwest on W Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to its 

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intersection with Census Block 75.08 2001; Counterclockwise around the boundary of said 
Census Block to Butler Street; Southeast on Butler Street to 16th Street; South on 16th -, 
Street to Bangor Street; West on Bangor Street to Bryan Place; South on Bryan Place to.:.- 
Morris Road; Northwest on Morris Road to Bangor Street; Northeast on Bangor Street to - .J 
the alley behind the properties along the east side of High Street; Continuing northeast 
along said alley to Cedar Street; Northwest on Cedar Street to 14th Street; North on 14th 7 
Street to the point of beginning. ; ! 

' Description of SMD 8A06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant.' Beginning at the intersection of the; 
eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge and the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along 
said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to 13th Street; Continuing south on 13th Street 
to Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Cedar Street; , 
Southeast on Cedar Street, to the alley behind the properties along the east side of High , 
Street; Southwest along said alley to Bangor Street; Southwest on Bangor Street to Morris 
Road; Northwest on Morris Road to High Street; Southwest on High Street to Howard.! 
Road; Northwest on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Southwest on Bowen Road to Howard. ; 
Road; Northwest on Howard Road to South Capitol Street; Northwest on South CapitolU 
Street to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; t Northeast along the,! 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 'V 

Description of SMD 8A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howard .... 
Road and Sheridan Road; Southeast on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Northeast on Bowen - 
Road to Howard Road; Southeast on Howard Road to High Street; Northeast on High 
Street to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road; Southwest on Pomeroy, - 
Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Northwest on Douglas 
Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton, Road to Sheridan Road; North on Sheridan Road to 
the point of the beginning. 

Description of ANC 8B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Altamont .1 
Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern - 
Avenue to its intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with a line',., 
extending south from the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002; North along said [)■ 
line to the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002; Continuing north along the western , 
boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 23rd '[ 
Street; North on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to Suitland 
Parkway; Northwest on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with a line extending Pomeroy ' 
Road to the west; East along said line to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on Pomeroy Road 
to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to 17th Street; Northeast from said intersection 
across Fort Stanton Park to the intersection of Good Hope Road and 22nd Street; 'Southeast 
on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; North on Altamont Place to the point of beginning: ; 

Description of SMD 8B 01 Boundaries / 

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Altamont; ; 
Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Good Hope Road; Northeast on Good ^ 
Hope Road to 24th Street; Southwest on 24th Street to Wagner Street; Southeast on ! 
Wagner Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Ainger Place; Northwest on Ainger 1 ^ 
Place to Bruce Plstce; Southwest on Bruce Place to Fort Place; Northwest on Fort Place to 7 
Erie Street; West on Erie Street to 17th Street; Northeast from said intersection of Erie 
Street and 17th Street along a line connecting to the intersection of 22nd Street and Good 
Hope Road; Southeast on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; Northeast on Altamont Place ^ 
to the point of the beginning. " 

Description of SMD 8B02 Boundaries 

All streets aire located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Good 7 
Hope Road and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Gainesville Street; West on ■ 

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Gainesville Street to Knox Place; Southwest on Knox Place to Hartford Street; West on 
Hartford Street to Langston Place; North on Langston Place to Ainger Place; Southeast on 
Ainger Place to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to 25th Street; Continuing 
north on 25th Street to Wagner Street; Northwest on Wagner Street to 24th Street; 
Northeast on 24th Street to Good Hope Road; South on Good Hope Road to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning on the intersection of Bruce 
Place and Ainger Place; Southeast on Ainger Place to Langston Place; South on Langston 
Place to Hartford Street; East on Hartford Street to Knox Place; Northeast on Knox Place 
to Alabama Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to Jasper Street; Southeast on Jasper Street 
to its intersection with the northwest corner of Census Block 74.08 1012; Counterclockwise 
around the boundary of said Census Block to Shipley Terrace; East on Shipley Terrace to 
Buena Vista Terrace; Northeast on Buena Vista Terrace to 30th Street; Southeast on 30th 
Street to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to Suitland Parkway; Northwest on 
Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southwest corner of Census Block 74.07 1000; 
North along the western boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with a line 
extending Gainesville Street from the west; West along said line extending Gainesville Street 
to Gainesville Street; Continuing west on Gainesville Street to its intersection with a line 
extending 17th Street from the north; North along said line extending 17th Street to 17th 
Street; Continuing north on 17th Street to Erie Street; East on Erie Street to Fort Place; 
Southeast on Fort Place to Bruce Place; Northeast on Bruce Place to point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Morris 
Road and 17th Street; South on 17th Street and continuing south on a line extending 17th 
Street to r Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street and continuing east on a line 
extending Gainesville Street to its intersection with Census Block 74.07 1000; South along the 
boundary of said Census Block to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to its 
intersection with a line extending Pomeroy Road from the west; East on said line extending 
Pomeroy Road to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on Pomeroy Road to Morris Road; East 
on Morris Road to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama 
Avenue and Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street to Naylor Road; Southeast on 
Naylor Road to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to 30th Street; Northwest on 30th Street 
to Buena Vista Terrace; Southwest on Buena Vista Terrace to Shipley Terrace; West on 
Shipley Terrace to its intersection with the southern corner of Census Block 74.08 1012; 
Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to Jasper Street; Northwest on Jasper 
Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama 
Avenue and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to the District of Columbia — 
State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending 21st 
Street from the north; North along said line extending 21st Street to 21st Street; Continuing 
north on 21st Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 23rd Street; Northwest 
on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st 
Street and Savannah Street; South on 21st Street to Mississippi Avenue; Continuing south 
along a line extending 21st Street south to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection 

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with a line extending south from the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 lOO3;UiN0rth;O 
along said line extending Census Block 73.04 1003 and continuing north along the eastern}! 
boundary of said Census Block to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to the poinfeiftfA 
the beginning. : ?o. dh^r- 

Description of ANC 8C Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and South Capitol 
Street; South on South Capitol Street to Howard Road; Continuing south on Howard Road 
to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan Road to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road, S.E; MA, 
Douglass Road S.E.; Southeasterly on Douglass Road, S.E. to Stanton Road, S.E.; Soutb'oriS 
Stanton Road, S.E. to Pomeroy Road, S.E.; Southwest on Pomeroy Road, S.E. to Sheridari'T 
Road, S.E.; West on a line extending Pomeroy Road, S.E. west to its intersection with/; 
Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southern:- 
boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census ;■ 
Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's ■ 
Hospital East Campus; Southeast along said property boundary to the southern property 
boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Southwest along said property boundary 
to its intersection with Alabama Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to lltb 
Place, S.E.; South on 11th Place, S.E. to Trenton Place S.E.; East on Trenton Place S.E. to/' 
13th Street, S.E.; South on 13th Street, S.E. to Mississippi Avenue, S.E.; West oni<. 
Mississippi Avenue, S.E. to Wheeler Road, S.E.; South on Wheeler Road S.E. to its^ 
intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with 4th Street, S.E,;": 
South on 4th Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West on Atlantic Street, S.E. to South li 
Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Street, S.W.; Northwest on ;J Xehia r 
Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. to Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on 
a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersection with the centerline of the 
southbound lanes of Interstate 295; North along said centerline of Interstate 295; to its' 
intersection with a line extending Rice Street, S.W. to the east; West along said line to ,Rice , 
Street, S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on": 
Duncan Avenue S.W. to McChord Street* S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie/' 
James Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on. 
Tinker Street, S.W. to Arnold Avenue S.W.; Continuing west on a line extending Tinker ; , 
Street, S.W. to the west on line extending to Tinker Street, S.W. to the Commonwealth of' 1 
Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the < 
Potomac River; North along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a 
centerline projection of the Anacostia River; Northeast along said centerline projection of the 
Anacostia River to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Continuing northeast along thje / 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C01 Boundaries r 

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and South Capitol. ^ 
Street; Southeast on South Capitol Street to Howard Road, S.E .; Southeast on Howard' 
Road, S.E. to Interstate 295; Southwest on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line' 
extending the southwest property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus to- the r 
northwest; Southeast along said line to the property , boundary of Sheperd Parkway; 
Clockwise around said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to Lebaum Street, S.E.; 
Northwest on Lebaum Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; Southwest on 4th Street, S.Ev for. 
Newcomb Street, S.E.; Northwest on Newcomb Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.; Continuing/ 
on Newcomb Street, S.E. to the southwest to 2nd Street, S.E.; South on 2nd Street, S.E. to: ; 
Oakwood Street, S.E.; Southeast on Oakwood Street, S.E. to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West : I 
on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to its intersection with a line extending Waclark Place, S.E. from-; 
the south; South along said line extending Waclark Place, S.E. to Waclark Place, S.E.;v 
Continuing south on Waclark Place, S.E. to Raleigh Street, S.E..; East oh Raleigh Street, r 
S.E. to Ester Place, S.E.; South on Ester Place, S.E. to Brothers Place, S.E.; Southwest on 
Brothers Place, S.E. to Highview Place, S.E.; Southeast on Highview Place, S.E. to Martin 
Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Sterling/, 
Street, S.E.; Northwest on Sterling Street, S.E. to Raleigh Street, S.E.;- Continuing'^ 
northwest on a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest to Interstate 295; North - ; 

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on Interstate 295 to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to MacDill 
Boulevard, S.W.; West on MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and continuing west along a line 
extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. west to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of 
Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shore of the 
Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River 
to the southwest; Northeast along said line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River 
and continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Interstate 
295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; Southeast along a line connecting said intersection to the 
western-most corner of Census Block 74.01 1039; Southeast along the boundary of said 
Census Block to Wade Road; Northeast on Wade Road to Sumner Road; Southeast on 
Sumner Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue 
to Malcolm X Avenue; West on Malcolm X Avenue to Newcomb Street Northwest on 
Newcomb Street to 5th Street; Southwest on 5th Street to Oakwood Street; Northwest on 
Oakwood Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Newcomb Street; East on Newcomb 
Street to 4th Street; Northeast on 4th Street to Lebam Street; Southeast on Lebaum Street 
to the eastern-most point of the property boundary of Sheperd Parkway; Northeast along 
said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to its intersection with the southwest property 
boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus; Northwest along said southwest property 
boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus and continuing northwest along a line 
extending said southwest property boundary to the northwest to its intersection with 
Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the northern intersection of 
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and the property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus to - 
Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 11th Place; South on 11th Place to 
Trenton Place; East on Trenton Place to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Mississippi 
Avenue; West on Mississippi Avenue to Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler Road to Wheeler 
Hill Drive; West on Wheeler Hill Drive to its intersection with a line extending 8th Street 
from the north; North on said line extending 8th Street to 8th Street; Continuing north on 
8th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to 5th Street; South on 5th Street 
to Savannah Street; Southwest on Savannah Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; 
Northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Highview Place; Northwest on Highview 
Place to Brothers Place; Northeast on Brothers Place to Esther Place; North on Esther 
Place to Raleigh Street; West on Raleigh Street to Waclark Place; North on Waclark Place 
and continuing north on a line extending Waclark Place north to Malcolm X Avenue; East on 
Malcolm X Avenue to Oakwood Street; Northwest on Oakwood Street to 5th Street;' 
Northeast on 5th Street to Newcomb Street; Southeast on Newcomb Street to Malcolm X; 
Avenue; East on Malcolm X Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin 
Luther King Jr. Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Savannah 
Street and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Trenton Street; West on Trenton Street- to 4th 
Street; South on 4th Street to Atlantic Street; West on Atlantic Street to 1st Street; North 
on 1st Street to Wilmington Place; Southeast on Wilmington Place to Horner Place; North 
on Horner Place to Upsal Street; West on Upsal Place to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; 
Northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Savannah Street; Northeast on Savannah 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and Interstate 295; South on 
Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest; 
Southeast along said line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to Sterling Street, S.E.; Continuing 

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sdutheast oh Sterling Street, S.E. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; South on Martinio 
Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Upsal Street, S.E.; East on Upsal Street, S.E. to Horriercl 
Place S.E.; South on Horner Place, S.E. to Wilmington Place, S.E.; Northwest on Wilming-:i9 
ton Place, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West oriV 
Atlantic Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Streety'I 
S.W.; Northwest on Xenia Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. too) 
Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersections 
with Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Rice 
Street, S.W. from the west; West on said line extending Rice Street, S.W. to Rice Street, 
S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on Duncan/, 
Avenue, S.W. to McChord Street, S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie James,^ 
Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard, S.W. to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on / 
Tinker Street, S.W. and continuing west on a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. west to the ; 
District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the; ; 
Potomac River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a. line 1 : 
extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. from the east; East along said line extending MacDill- 
Boulevard to MacDill Boulevard;, Continuing east on MacDill Boulevard to the point of ? 
beginning. >■■ ■>■} 

Description of SMD 8C06 Boundaries ' 1 '! 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howard J 
Road and Interstate 295; South on Howard Road to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan Road" J 
to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Southeasterly along Douglass '> 
Road to Stanton Road; South on Stanton Road to Pomeroy Road; West on Pomeroy Road H 
and continuing west along a line extending Pomeroy Road west to its intersection with 
Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway, S.E. to its intersection with the southern 
boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census- 
Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's/ 1 
Hospital East Campus; Northwest along said eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's ) 
Hospital to its intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther/. 
King Jr. Avenue to Stanton Road; Northwest on Stanton Road to Wade Road; Southwest on I 
Wade Road to its intersection with the eastern boundary of Census Block 74.01 1039; \ 
Northwest along the boundary of said Census Block to its western-most corner; North from ] 
said westernmost corner of Census Block 74.01 1039 along a line connecting to the intersec- -.; ".;■ 
tion of Interstate 295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; East along Interstate 295 to the point of ■; 
beginning. ' r. 

Description of SMD 8C07 Boundaries ^ 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama' 
Avenue and 8th Street; South on 8th Street and continuing south along a line extending 8th 
Street south to Wheeler Hill Drive; East on Wheeler Hill Drive to Wheeler Road; South on 
Wheeler Road to Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to/ 
Trenton Street; East on Trenton Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to . Alabama 
Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. - , > j .: - ■ /U, : : ; \ 

Description of ANC 8D Boundaries / 

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and Southern f Avenue, S.E.>;/ 
Southwest On Southern Avenue, S.E. to South Capitol Street; Continuing southwest along ther< 
District Of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the District of Columbia— Common-^ 
wealth of Virginia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac^ 
River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending' < 
Tinker Street, S.W. to the west; East along said line to Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James 1 
Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard to McChord Street, S.W.; East on i 
McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice 
Street, S.W.; East on Rice Street, S.W. to Westover Avenue, S.W.; Continuing east on a line 
extending Rice Avenue, S.W. east to its intersection with the centerline of the southbound T 
lanes of Interstate 295; South along said centerline of Interstate 295 to its intersection with a.: I 
line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to the west; East on said line extending Atlantic Street,* i 

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S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W. to Xenia Street, S.W.; Southeast on 
Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Atlantic Street, S.E.; 
East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; South on 4th Street, S.E. to Chesapeake 
Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of Chesapeake Street and the District of Columbia- State of Maryland 
boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to 
Barnaby Road; North on Barnaby Road to Galveston Place; Northwest on Galveston Place 
to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to the 
point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and 6th Street, S.E.; South on 6th 
Street, S.E. to Galveston Place, S.E.; East on Galveston Place, S.E. to Barnaby Road, S.E.; 
South on Barnaby Road, S.E. to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; 
Southwest along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to its intersection 
with the southern-most point of Census Block 109.00 2002; Clockwise around the boundary of 
said Census Block to its intersection with Irvington Street, S.W.; East on Irvington Street, 
S.W. to Joliet Street, S.W.; North on Joliet Street, S.W. to 1st Street, S.W.; North on 1st 
Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Livingston Road, S.E.; 
North on Livingston Road, S.E. to 3rd Street, S.E.; North on 3rd Street, S.E. to Livingston : 
Terrace, S.E. ; East on Livingston Terrace, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; North on 4th Street, 
S.E. to Chesapeake Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic 
Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Livingston Terrace; West on Livingston 
Terrace to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to Livingston Road; North on Livingston Road to 
Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Chesa- 
peake Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue 
to Galveston Street; East on Galveston Street to its intersection with the northwest corner of 
Census Block 109.00 1000; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to 
its intersection with South Capitol Terrace; South on South Capitol Terrace to Irvington 
Street; West on Irvington Street to its intersection with Census Block 109.00 2002 Counter- 
clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to the District of Columbia -State of 
Maryland boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary 
to the Commonwealth of Virginia — District of Columbia boundary at the Commonwealth of 
Virginia shore of the Potomac River. North along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its 
intersection with a line extending Magazine Road from the east; East along said line 
extending Magazine Road to Magazine Road Continuing east on Magazine Road to Chesa- 
peake Street; Continuing east on Chesapeake Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D05 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Forrester 
Street and South Capitol Street; S.outh on South Capitol Street to 1st Street; South on 1st 
Street to Joliet Street; Southwest on Joliet Street to South Capitol Terrace; North on South 
Capitol Terrace to its intersection with the southeast corner of Census Block 109.00 2000; 
Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with Galveston Street; 
West on Galveston Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther King 
Jr. Avenue to Forrester Street; East on Forrester Street to the point of the beginning. 

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Description of SMD 8D06 Boundaries : at -W-& 

Beginning at the intersection of Brandywine Street, S.E. and 1st Street, S.E.; South on Isj^f 
Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Forrester 'Sfaf§§fe 
S.W.; West on Forrester Street, S.W. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W.; North on 
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W. to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; East on Chesapeake 
Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Brandywine Street, 
S.E.; East on Brandywine Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. ^ iL '; 

Description of SMD 8D07 Boundaries >d 

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Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic Street, S.E. and Livingston Road, S.E.; South on ' 
Livingston Road, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to 1st Street, ' 
S.E.; North on 1st Street, S.E. to Brandywine Street, S.E.; West on Brandywine Street, S.E'.' :l 
to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; West on 
Chesapeake Street, S.W. to Magazine Road, S.W.; Continuing west on Magazine Road, S.W. 
and a line extending Magazine Road west to the Commonwealth of Virginia— District of 
Columbia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River, North 
along shoreline of the Potomac River to a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. from the east; 
East on said line extending Tinker Street, S.W. to Tinker Street S.W.; Continuing east on 
Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard^ 
to McChord Street, S.W.; East on McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on-; 
Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice Street, S.W.; East on Rice Street, S.W. and continuing east ft 
along a line extending Rice Street, S.W, east to Interstate 295; South on Interstate 295 to its^ 
intersection with a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. from the east; East on said line /f 
extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W. to Xenial 
Street, S.W.; Southeast on Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol" 
Street to Atlantic Street, S.E. East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to the point of beginning. : 

Description of ANC 8E Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland, , ; 
Parkway to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to 23rd Street; South on 23rd T 
Street to Savannah Street; West on Savannah Street to its intersection with the western/: 
boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 South along said western boundary and continuing 
south along a line extending said boundary south to its intersection with Oxon Run; East 
along Oxon Run to its intersection with Southern Avenue; Southwest along Southern Avenue, f 
to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to jts J 
intersection with Oxon Run; East on Oxon Run to its intersection with Wheeler Road; Nprifr f j 
on Wheeler Road to Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to 13th Street; NortH;.| 
on 13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Strefet;- 
to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern ^ 
property boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Northeast along said prop|Hy^ 
boundary to the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Cahi|)us;;' J 
Northwest along said property boundary to its intersection with the southern boundary of | 
Census Block 74.01 2001; East along said southern boundary to the point of the ^ beginning^ 

Description of SMD 8E01 Boundaries n 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the, J 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southwest along said * 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the property boundary 
of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of St. 
Elizabeth's Hospital to Alabama Avenue; East oh Alabama Avenue to Congress Street;'' 
South on Congress Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street;"; 
North on 15th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with '^ 
the northeast corner of Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of' 
Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North / 
on 18th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on ^ 
Stanton Road to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to the point of beginning. 5 ' 

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Description of SMD 8E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Suitland 
Parkway and Stanton Road; East on Suitland Parkway to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on 
Alabama Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to Savannah Place; Southwest on 
Savannah Place to 18th Place; Northwest on 18th Place to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on 
Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at 
the intersection of 23rd Street and Alabama Avenue; Southeast on 23rd Street to Savannah 
Street; West on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Alabama Avenue; 
Northeast on Alabama Avenue to 18th Place; Southeast on 18th Place to Savannah Place; 
Northeast on Savannah Place to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Alabama Avenue; 
East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama 
Avenue and 11th Place; East on Alabama Avenue to Congress Street; South on Congress 
Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to 
Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the northeast corner of 
Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to 
Oxon Run: West along Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending 13th Street from 
the north; North along said line extending 13th Street to 13th Street; Continuing north on 
13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Place to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of Wheeler 
Road and Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to its intersection with a line 
extending 13th Street from the north; South on said line extending 13th Street to Oxon Run; 
East along Oxon Run to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southwest 
along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to 12th Street; North on 12th 
Street to Bellevue Street; Southwest on Bellevue Street to Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler 
Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th Street 
and Oxon Run; Northeast along Oxon Run to Wheeler Road; Southeast on Wheeler road to 
Barnaby Street; Southwest on Barnaby Street to Atlantic Street; West on Atlantic Street to 
4th Street; North on 4th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th Street 
and Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to Barnaby Street; Northeast on Barnaby Street 
to Wheeler Road; Southeast on Wheeler Road to Bellevue Street; Northeast on Bellevue 
Street to 12th Street; Southeast on 12th Street to the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary 
to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to the 
point of beginning. 

(b) All streets boundaries lie in the center of the street. 

Sec. 3. Applicability of boundaries. 

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the ANC and SMD boundaries set 
forth in section 2(a) shall apply as of January 2, 2013. 

(b) The ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply for purposes of 
administering the November 6, 2012 election, including determining qualifications for Candida- 

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cy and the residence of a person signing a nominating petition for the November 6, 2012 
election. t 

Sec. 4, Conforming amendments. '■ ■V.^.q 

Section 6(b)(2) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10A 

1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official Code § l-309.05(b)(2)), is amended by striking the phrase^ 

"144th calendar day" and inserting the phrase ' ' 120th calendar day" in its place, ; ! : , : / 

Sec. 5. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this act,, 
after It becomes effective, to the District of Columbia Board of Elections and the District m 
Columbia Office of Planning. < 

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 § i-206.02(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;62(e)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

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

■APPROVED: April 29, 2012. ■■,.:■'■ ..' .. ' ,;; 

EFFECTIVE: June 20, 2012. '■■■ 



MEDICAL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION CENTER 
; TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-146 ; 

Act 19-349 " ' ' 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment 
Initiative of 1999, to provide that medical marijuana cultivation centers shall not be located in 
certain Retail Priority Areas. ^ ^n 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the 'Medical Marijuana Cultivation Center Temporary Amendment Act of 
2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 7 of the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Initiative of 
1999, effective July 27, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-210; D.C. Official Code § 7-1671,06), is amended 
by adding a new subsection (g-1) to read as follows: . V 1 

"(g-l)(l) A cultivation center shall not be located within a Retail Priority Area, as; 

designated pursuant to section 4 of the Retail Incentive Act of 2004, effective September 8/ 

2004 (D.C. Law 15-185; D.C. Official Code § 2-1217.73), and as approved by the Council 

pursuant to the Great Streets Neighborhood Retail Priority Areas Approval Resolution of ■ 

3007, effective July 10, 2007 (Res. 17-025; 54 DCR 7194). ^ 

"(2) Any applicant with a pending application for a registration to operate a cultivation 

center within a Retail Priority Area as identified in paragraph (1) of this subsection shall be 

allowed to modify the application within 180 days of the effective date of the Medical, 

Marijuana Cultivation Center Emergency Amendment Act of 2012, effective April 7, 2012' 

(D.C. Act 19-339; 59 DCR __4, without negatively affecting the current status of the 

application. <■ . .■■;..', . \. - < . i ; t ■■■.-.; 

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"(3) The prohibition set forth in paragraph (1) of this subsection shall apply only to 
applications pending as of the effective date of the Medical Marijuana Cultivation Center 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012, effective April 7, 2012 (D.C. Act 19-339; 59 DCR 
_).". 

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. 
Deemed approved without signature, May 5, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: June 20, 2012. 



WRONGFUL DEATH TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012 
Law 19-147 

Act 19-350 

AN ACT to amend section 16-2702 of the District of Columbia Official Code to extend the time 
period that a plaintiff has to bring a claim against a defendant in a wrongful death suit from 
one year to 2 years. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Wrongful Death Temporary Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 16-2702 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by striking 
the phrase "one year" and inserting the phrase "2 years" 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. 

(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 29, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: June 20, 2012. 

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Law 19-148 19th Council Pferidtfl 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 REVISED BUDGET REQUEST W 

ADJUSTMENT TEMPORARY ACT OF 2012 f 

Law 19-148 

'■';■■■ ■ - ■■ ■.■'■•". Act 19-354 ■ ;■■:..'■■,' ■■ '- ■=■ ■-- 

AN ACT to adjust, on a temporary basis, certain allocations requested in the Fiscal Year 20121 
Budget Request Act pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009. j ^ , , < > ^ 

■ .':;..■: .',■■■:..> ■::-['';:■ ?„ - V .(a) 
BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF, COLUMBIA, Tha^tMs; 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Revised Budget Request' Adjustment Temporary^ 

Act of 2012". . ■ ■'.■.■■■ " : '■''■' ■'■■' 'i'?'^' 

, , ,'.-.' ■■".■( ■ ' 5 ''m ■hEv-vv .; 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
13, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the fiscal year 2012 budgets for the 
following agencies shall be adjusted by the following amounts: 

TITLE II— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS— SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 
$14,971,000 (of which $14,971,000 shall be added to local funds), to be allocated as follows: 

Public Education System 

The appropriation for Public Education System is increased by $6,971,000 in local funds, to 
be allocated as follows: 

District of Columbia Public Charter Schools. —$6,971,000 is added to be available from 
local funds. -' :, ^ ;: ;- 1 - !: ;; ' : '. : - : . ■!/;■:...'■■•-'•■ ; ' ■'."'. ■'■ 

Human Support Services 

The appropriation for Human -Suppbrt Services is increased by $8,060;'0(j() in local runds, ; to 
be allocated as follows: -a^ w ^A vt. ;-■■..■■; ■::■;,- ■;.j.; j - v vv >.-.; f -\ .r ■<:*,<■><■{ -^iu ;■■ ■ 

Unemployment Compensation Fund^/i ^$8,000,000 is iadded <tb" b£ Available' from. 'local 
funds. ■■'-.' ''V:>\ V i '■■;:; "u^ ■■>'■■ : \;-uh' rtiri Int.; "'i.mv ''■>&?* 'y.witiq <xVi 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ,in^rno,/fi:^ hwi'ti hsv. ^ .?* .f.VoB 

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 i Columbia Home Rule Act^r 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § i^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 m the ) 
District of Columbia Register. ■.^'■j "i* .■ > .i-- : i'ti.\ 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. - ■ : - M'< 
APPROVED: May 11, 2012. - ' v-t ^'!A 

EFFECTIVE: July IS, 2012. i : ■ ■■< ?,■;".■■ : '>{ . \ ? -^ 

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2012 Legislation Law 19-149, § 2(a)(2) 

VENDOR SALES TAX COLLECTION AND REMITTANCE ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-149 

Act 19-355 

AN ACT to amend Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to establish a minimum sales 
tax that a street vendor shall pay each year, to require a street vendor to collect sales taxes and 
file a quarterly return and remit the greater of the taxes collected or the minimum sales tax, to 
provide that a Business Beneficial License Holder shall file the return and remit payment if an 
Employee License Holder fails to file a return and remit payment, to require the Business 
Beneficial License Holder to maintain the books and the records of sales made by an Employee 
License Holder, and to make conforming amendments. 

BE IT ENACTED' BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Vendor Sales Tax Collection and Remittance Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 
(a) Chapter 20 is amended as follows: 

(1) The table of contents is amended by striking the section designation 

"47-2002.01. Payment in lieu of collecting and remitting sales tax to be made by street 
vendors." and inserting the section designation "47-2002.01. Street vendors; minimum sales 
tax." in its place. 

(2) Section 47-2002.01 is amended to read as follows: 
"§ 47-2002.01. Street vendors; minimum sales tax. 
"(a) For the purposes of this section, the term: 

"(1) "Business Beneficial License Holder" means a corporation, limited liability company, 
partnership, or other business entity that is the beneficial owner of the vending license held 
by an Employee License Holder. 

"(2) "Employee License Holder" means an individual street vendor who holds a vending' 
license as an employee, agent, or representative, or for the ultimate benefit, of a corpora- 
tion, limited liability company, partnership, or other business entity. 

"(3) "MST" means the minimum sales tax that a street vendor is obligated to pay. 

"(4) "Street vendor" means a person licensed to vend from a sidewalk, roadway, or other 
public space under Chapter 1A of Title 37.". 

"(b)(1) Except as provided in subsection (c) or (d) of this section, a street vendor who holds 
a license, including a temporary license, authorizing the vending of merchandise, food, or 
services from public space or from door to door who has collected less than $375 in sales tax 
for the quarter shall file a return pursuant to § 47-2002 and as required by the Office of the 
Chief Financial Officer's Office of Tax and Revenue and remit a $375 MST payment for the 
quarter being reported. 

"(2) A MST payment shall be made in a manner prescribed by the Office of the Chief 
Financial Officer's Office of Tax and Revenue. 

"(3) If a MST payment is not timely remitted, the unpaid MST payment shall be 
considered unpaid sales tax and all sections of this chapter applicable to the collection and 
assessment of unpaid sales tax and the imposition of interest and penalties shall apply. 

"(c) Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, if a street vendor has collected 
sales tax in excess of $375 for the quarter being reported, subsection (b) of this section shall 
not apply and the street vendor shall file a return pursuant to § 47-2002 and as required by 
the Office of the Chief Financial Officer's Office of Tax and Revenue and remit the full 
amount of the sales tax collected for the quarter being reported. 

"(d)(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, if an individual street vendor 
holds a vending license as an Employee License Holder for a Business Beneficial License 
Holder, the Employee License Holder shall not be individually responsible for filing a return 
or remitting an MST under this section. If the Business Beneficial License Holder files a 

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single, consolidated return pursuant to § 47-2002, reporting all sales tax collected by all 
Employee License Holders who are employed by or otherwise affiliated with the Business 
Beneficial License Holder, and remitting the full amount of the sales tax due by all such 
Employee License Holders for the quarter being reported, the return shall report the 
vending license number of each vending license held by an Employee License Holder for 
which information is included in the return. 

■ ■■: "(2) The Business Beneficial License Holder shall be 1 responsible ffi 
books and records of the sales made by its employee street vendors pursuant to § 4^4311. 

;| "(3) A consolidated sales tax filing shall be filed electronically in the mahn^ r .prgscnbed 
by the Office of Tax and Revenue.". ',_.,,! ■inohimk 

(3) Section 47-2003(a) is amended by striking the phrase ", except £ street vfehd l 6r as 
defined in § 47-2002.01(a)(2),". \ ; ■■^■■«J 

■ . *■ ■ (4) Section 47-2004(a) is amended by striking the phrase ", except a street vendor^as 
defined in § 47-2002. 01 (a) (2),". . ,-V'W, 

(b) Section 47-2762(e) is amended, by striking the phrase "Except in the case of street 
vendors described in § 47-2002.01, the" and inserting the word "The" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of October 1, 2012. 

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 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) 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; < :; -./^u: , > ■■■ ,:.\r 

APPROVED: May 11, 2012. ',','"" -, \ 7 '.■..'.'.,■ -< ,. '-<A 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. " ,:,,..>,. (i : : s . ',,..., .r\.A.i- •— -- ' 

-.^.■.■■..■i',., , ■ ' >■;■ -•.■: :■ .: • ■■ ■ / ;■-• ■-■■.■.■,7 -,:•■; W J O^ 

COMBINED CONDOMINIUM REAL PROPERTY ^ U)M)" 

TAX AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 : •'■ " : y- ^ l ' mi j*™* n 

• ■;:.■ : ' '.- ■■ ■;,..' ' '■■/: .,.-.. , ■■ : ' ■ \ • -:;Hp. Oftt wi 

.■,:..;. '■■/.■■'■'-■■■■■ Law 19-150 , Vq loK') 
. _ ; . _ Act 19-356 . li ., : .;■.'■' : , ,,.;, '" 

AN ACT to amend the Condominium Act of lSi76 to provide that a unit owner 6f abutting 
'condominium units that form a single dwelling unit may apply to have the units combined into 
one tax lot for real property assessment and taxation purposes. yj 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLtiMBt^ 5 Thiat tliis 

act may be cited as the "Combined Condominium Real Property Tax Amendment Act of 
2012". . '- : ' : -' "'■■^ 

\ '■ . . . ■ .,■'"<■..■'.. : ; .■■.:■ ■ ..:r\.: 'inn 

Sec. -2. Section 104 of the Condominium Act of 1976, effective March 29, 1977 (D.C. La>r| 
1^89; D.C. Official Code § 42-1901.04), is amended as Mows: ror^ 

'.-■■(a) Designate the existing text as subsection (a), v. r* 

(b) A new subsection (b) is added to read as follows: '....■ \."' / :ul 

"(b)(1) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, for real property tax years beginning- 
after September 30, 2011, horizontally or vertically abutting condominium units owned by the' » 

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identical unit owner that comprise and are used as a single dwelling unit may be combined for 
assessment and taxation purposes into a separate and distinct taxable entity ("combined tax 
lot"); provided, that the unit owner applies for combined tax lot treatment pursuant to D.C. 
Official Code § 47-832. 

"(2) Combined tax lot treatment granted pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subsection 
shall take effect for the succeeding real property tax year following the date the application 
is received.". 

Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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 11, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



CARVER 2000 LOW-INCOME AND SENIOR HOUSING 
PROJECT AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-151 

Act 19^357 

AN ACT to amend section 47-4605 of the District of Columbia Official Code to extend tax 
exemptions, and waive any related fees, for the Carver 2000 Low-Income and Senior Housing 
Project located in various lots within squares 5140, 5190, and 5348. 

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 Amendment 
Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 47-4605 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "lots and squares: 5140-0819; 
5140-0820; 5140-0821; 5140-0822; 5140-0823; 5140-0824; 5140-0825; 5140-0826;" and 
inserting the phrase "squares and lots: 5140-0088;" in its place. 

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

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "Chapter 8" and inserting the 
phrase "Chapter 8 of this title, and any related fees waived" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "exemption granted" and insert the phrase "exemption and fee 
waiver granted" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "only apply for the 8" and insert the phrase "apply for the 16" in 
its place. 

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. 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact i 
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;0 

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 11^ 2012. - : ^ ,; , 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. ■ > ' ; ' ] J M '■'■' < 



SENIOR HIV/AIDS EDUCATION AND OUTREACH ; 

PROGRAM ESTABLISHMENT ACT OF 2012 a 

. Law 19-152 '.-■', -i;,- -i-r-.u -a^Oir-l';/-. 

Act 19-358 

AN ACT to establish within the Department of Health the Senior HIV/AIDS Education and 
Outreach Program to train seniors to serve as peer educators,, and to require the Department of 
Health to administer the program, ' r ; '^■■•••fc ^-T^v— . 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Senior HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach Program Establishment 
Act of 2012". v;j;i 

Sec. 2. Definitions. Y^'-M ij< 

For the purposes of this act, theterm:^ h :,- ; , : ^ ty ^ - L -,.-. \ ..;> ,, - ■,:.. - . ; , --^ :>-..; 

(1) "AIDS" means acquired immune deficiency' syndrom^- ^ < - 

(2) "Department" means the Dep^MruVbf Health/ 

(3) "HIV" means the human immunodeficiency virus, v 

(4) "Program" means the Senior HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach Program estab-:-, 
lished by section 3. .■■";■ ■' 

(5) "Senior" means an individual 50 years of age or older. 

Sec. 3. Senior HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach Program establishment. ;; : ; , :; . 

There is established within the Department the Senior HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach ^ 
Program, which shall train seniors to provide information to other seniors' ori how to prevent 
the transmission of HIV and to engage in education and outreach on issues related to HIV 
and AIDS with community-based providers that serve seniors in the District. ... . ^ 

Sec. 4. Program administration. ■ ■ , ' ; -..,,, m [: .' : . r 1 ■ i ^\^i 

(a) The Department shall: r 1 ,-. :';•-! -. > 'h . ■- v ri.;r" (i*) 

(1) Administer the Program; . -. .■■..' --r'u - ; -, ■■^.;<- * A; 

(2) Recruit seniors to participate in the Program; * ■ ; u t 

(3) Determine thfe training curriculum; and , ; ;- '■■ : ■>' ;■•■■■■■■■■■ r - 

(4) Schedule no fewer than 8 education or community-outreach events annually, which 
shall be led by seniors who have successfully completed the Program. Each year, at least 
.one event shall be held in each ward. 

(b) The Department may contract with a community provider to train the seniors partici^ 
pating in the Program. . ;. /j; ,H 

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(c) Subject to the availability of funds, the Department may provide a stipend to Program 
participants. 

Sec. 5. 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 § 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), 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)(D), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: May 11, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



KING TOWERS RESIDENTIAL HOUSING REAL PROPERTY 
TAX EXEMPTION CLARIFICATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-153 

Act 19-359 

AN ACT to amend section 47-4639 of the District of Columbia Official Code to clarify the relief 
provided to the King Towers residential housing rental project, and to clarify that the relief 
provided is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other tax relief to which the property or its 
owner may be entitled. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "King Towers Residential Housing Real Property Tax Exemption 
Clarification Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 47-4639 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to read as 
follows: 

"§ 47-4639. King Towers residential housing rental project; Lot 49, Square 281. 

"(a) As of August 13, 2010, the real property described as Lot 49, Square 281, owned by 
King Housing, LLC, or by an entity controlled, directly or indirectly, by King Housing, LLC, 
shall be exempt from taxation under Chapter 8 of this title so long as the real property 
continues to be owned by King Housing, LLC, or by an entity controlled, directly or 
indirectly, by King Housing, LLC, or continues to be under applicable use restrictions during 
a federal low-income housing tax credit compliance period or any other federal program 
governing income and use restrictions at the property, and is not used for commercial 
purposes, subject to the provisions of §§ 47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009. 

"(b) The conveyance of the real property to King Housing, LLC, to or an entity controlled 
directly or indirectly by King Housing, LLC, shall be exempt from the tax imposed by 
§§ 42-1103 and 47-903. 

"(c) The exemptions provided in this section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any 
other tax relief or assistance from any other source applicable to either the real property or 
its owner. 

"(d) The Council orders that all economic interest transfer tax, penalties, interest, fees, and 
other related charges assessed against the real property as described in this section be 
forgiven, and that any payments already made be refunded.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability- 

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This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget ( and 
financial plan. ' ;q 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The "Council Adopts the fiscal impact in the committee; report as the fiscal impact statem&ht 
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». ,';>-;, ,■:■■: -Au^^l 

Sec. 5. Effective date. ,.■■'■■) i^;^;;;j .;•} .•-> >fo 

This act- shall take effect following 'approval by the Mayor (or in the ev^nfrof veto; byithe 
Mayor- action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional; revijaW! 
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)), , an<lip 
District of Columbia Register. - l H .,;v : ;.rfJnV-o hhW.T 

APPROVED: May 11, 2012. .- ; , ■;,; rV;\M<!'/-./. 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. , -'i.,-. 



ADOLF CLUSS COURT ALLEY DESIGNATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-154 

Act 19-360 

AN ACT to symbolically designate the public alley between C Street, S.E., and D Street, S.E., and 
parallel to 12th Street, S.E., and 13th Street, S.E., in Ward 6, as Adolf Cluss Court. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Adolf Cluss Court Alley Designation Act of 2012". 

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 section 407 of the Act (D.C. Official 1 
Code § 9-204.07), the Council designates the alley, between G Street, S.E., and ,D, Street,; S,E)., 
and parallel to 12th Street, S.E., and 13th Street, S.E., as "Adolf Cluss Court". :-;^llh 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. /■ v , . u. . : h:U. • .<: ■ ■■-■ -/:, ,.:v. r ' / : ,^;v . n ■■ V' 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a cppy pfjtliis act, upon its effective dia^jio^th^ 

District Department of Transportation. .. ^ ;;; -') T) ;-;' : > ,; ■' ■ '*,,;■. . r - -<■•■- ^~) w\ \\l\&< 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. ' /->:™>H v 1 '; - :■>■« - < ^tnii^ 

;■■■.._ ■ ' ;;■■■■ — -<:?■■. 'in ,., , ' ... '•■..;. • \\.---: f \rM 

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)). : :i 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 's ^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by th# 
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. -, : -;o. 

APPROVED: May 11, 2012. t V 4 ( ^ 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. , ' ,..■■ ,, i 

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REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-155 

Act 19-362 

AN ACT to amend Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to provide the Real Property 
Tax Appeals Commission with jurisdiction over any appeal timely filed with the Board of Real 
Property Assessments and Appeals, increase the number of part-time Commissioners on the 
Real Property Tax Appeals Commission, mandate training for new and existing Commission- 
ers, clarify that by filing an appeal an owner consents to the Office of Tax and Revenue 
disclosing during the course of the owner's appeal any information that the owner has provided 
to the Office of Tax and Revenue, increase the number of days an owner has to provide 
supplemental information to a filed appeal, provide for an appeal of a determination of real 
property as vacant or blighted, clarify that filing an appeal with the Real Property Tax Appeals 
Commission is a prerequisite to an owner filing an appeal with the Superior Court of the 
District of Columbia, and to make conforming amendments. 

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 Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 8 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 47-825.01a is amended as follows: 

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

(A) Subparagraph (A) is amended by adding the following sentence at the end: 

"The Commission shall have jurisdiction over any appeal timely filed with the Board of Real 
Property Assessments and Appeals in accordance with the provisions of § 47-825.01(f-l).". 

(B) Subparagraph (B)(iv) is amended to read as follows: 
"(iv) Eight part-time Commissioners.". 

(C) Subparagraph (G) is amended by adding the following sentence at the end: 

"A Commissioner's unexcused, failure to meet annual performance measures in any 2 
years within a 3-year period shall be among the grounds constituting cause for 
removal.". 

(D) A new subparagraph (H) is added to read as follows: 

"(H)(i) At least 6 months before the expiration of any term, a Commissioner seeking 
reappointment to a new term shall file a statement with the Mayor and the Chairperson, 
or the Vice-Chairperson in the case of the Chairperson seeking reappointment, specify- 
ing that he or she requests reappointment to a new term ("reappointment statement"). 

"(ii) For a Commissioner who timely files a reappointment statement, the Chairper- 
son shall prepare a record of the Commissioner's tenure with regard to the Commis- 
sioner's competency and quality of performance over the period of his or her term of 
service ("performance record"). The Vice-Chairperson shall prepare the performance 
record of the Chairperson when he or she is seeking reappointment and has timely 
filed a reappointment statement in accordance with sub-subparagraph (i) of this 
subparagraph. 

"(iii) At a minimum, the performance record shall contain, for the immediate prior 
term: 

"(I) All the decisions authored by the Commissioner or to which he or she was a 
signatory; 

"(II) Data on how the Commissioner met applicable objective performance meas- 
ures; 

"(III) The recommendation of the Chairperson or Vice-Chairperson, whichever is 
applicable, as to whether the reappointment should be made; and 

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"(IV) Any other information requested by the Mayor. 

"(iv) The Chairperson or the Vice-Chairperson, whichever is applicable, shall submit 
the performance record to the Mayor within 60 days of the filing of the reappointment 
statement. 

"(v) The Mayor shall consider all information received with regard to reappoint- 
ment.". 

(2) Subsection (c)(7) is amended to read as follows: 

■ ,■ "(7) By appealing to the Commission, a real property owner consents to OTR disclosing 
during the course of the owner's appeal any tax information that the owner has provided to 
OTR under this title or included on the owner's Real Property Recordation and Transfer 
Tax Form filed with OTR pursuant to Chapter 11 of Title 22.". 

(3) Subsection (e)(1) is amended as follows: , ; 

(A) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking thfe phrase "10 days after ''the filing of 
the appeal" and inserting the phrase "20 days after the filing of the appeal; provided, 
that a hearing shall not occur within 20 days from, the date of the deHvery 6f the 
supplemental filing" in its place. " ' :i - - 

(B) Subparagraph (B) is amended as follows: ; '*■/•■■ 
(i) Designate the existing text as sub-subparagraph (i). 

(ii) New sub-subparagraphs (ii) through (v) are added to read as follows: : \ , 

"(ii) An appeal to the Commission under this subparagraph shall be on the same 
terms and under the same conditions, to the extent reasonable, as if the appeal were 
brought under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph; except, that no worksheet shall be 
required to be mailed, the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs ("DCRA") 
shall be the responsible agency, and any supplemental filing shall be provided 'to the 
Commission and DCRA. > ^iFP" 

"(iii) A response from DCRA shall be available for inspection at least 7 days'Before 4 
the scheduled hearing. , H 

"(iv) DCRA shall have the authority, as provided to OTR under subsection (f) of this 
section, to make redeterminations of vacancy and blight and any reclassifications that 
may be necessary. - » ' 

"(v) DCRA shall be entitled to a rehearing to establish the proper status, vacant or 
blight, and tax classification of the real property under the same conditions and to the 
same extent under paragraph (6) of this subsection; provided, that paragraph (6)(D) of 
this subsection shall not apply.". 

(4) Subsection (g) is amended by striking the, phrase "tax year." and inserting the. phrase 
"tax year; provided, that the owner shall Have, in good faith first appealed the assessed 
value or classification to the Commission immediately' preceding the appeal to the ; Superior , 
Court of the District of Columbia." in its place. lLJ J^"; 

(b) Section 47-831(a) is amended by striking the phrase; ."petition for administratiye.review, 
and appeal from a final determination thereof, in the same ^manner and to the same extent as 
a new owner under § 47-825.0 l(f-l)" and inserting the phrase ", within 45 days frojn the date 
of the notice, petition for an administrative review of the reassessment and appeal from a final 
determination thereof, to the same extent as if the appeal were filed under 47-825.01a(d)(2)" 
in its place. 

(c) Section 47-850.02(b-l) is amended to read as follows: , r ■ , . 

' "(b-1) Within 45 days from the date of the notice rescinding or denying the deduction, the 
owner may petition for an administrative review of the rescission or denial and appeal from a 
final determination thereof to the same extent as if the appeal were filed under 
§ 47-825.01a(d)(2).". 

- (d) Section 47-863(f-l) is amended to read as follows: 

"(f-1) Within 45 days from the date of the notice rescinding or denying the deduction, the 
owner may petition for an administrative review of the rescission or denial and appeal from a 

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final' determination thereof to the same extent as if the appeal were filed under 
§ 47-825.01a(d)(2).'\ 

(e) Section 47-893(e) is amended to read as follows: 

"(e) Within 45 days from when first provided notice of a special assessment under this 
subchapter, the owner of a real property subject to special assessment under this subchapter 
may petition for administrative review, and appeal from a final determination. made upon 
administrative review, of the amount of a special assessment, or the imposition of the special 
assessment, on the real property, or interest therein in the same manner and to the same 
extent as if the notice were a proposed notice of assessed value being reviewed under 
47-825.01a(d).'\ 

Sec. 3. Conforming amendments. 

(a) Section 47-811.02 is amended as follows: 

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

(A) Strike the phrase "The Mayor" and insert the phrase "The Office of Tax and 
Revenue has" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "§ 47-825.01 (h-1)" and insert the phrase "§ 47-825.01a(f)" in its 
place. 

(2) Subsection (g) is amended by- striking the phrase "§ 47-825. 01 (j-D and (j-2)" and 
inserting the phrase "§ 47-825.01a(g) and (h)" in its place. , 

(b) Section 47-820(b-l) is amended by striking the phrase "§ 47-825.01" both times it 
appears and inserting the phrase "§ 47-825.01a" in its place. 

(c) Section 47-824(b) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (3)(F) is amended to read as follows: 

"(F) A statement explaining the right of administrative appeal procedures pursuant to 
§ 47-825.01a(d)(l);"; 

(2) Paragraph (4) is amended by striking the phrase "§ 47-825.01(f-l)(l)" and inserting 
the phrase "47-825.01a(d)(D" in its place. 

Sec. 4. 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; transition. 

"(a) Sections 2 and 3 shall apply upon Council approval and appointment by the Mayor of a 
full-time Chairperson and a full-time Vice Chairperson to the Real Property Tax Appeals 
Commission for the District of Columbia. 

"(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, the Mayor shall appoint the members of 
the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission for the District of Columbia with the advice and 
consent of the Council in accordance with the provisions of section 2(b)(3)).". 

Sec. 5. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon Council approval and appointment by the Mayor of a full-time 
Chairperson and a full-time Vice Chairperson to the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission 
for the District of Columbia 

Sec. 6, 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. 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), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

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December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the* 
District of Columbia Register. - -V^ 3 

APPROVED: May 15, 2012. ■■*(») 

EPPECTrVE: 'July 13, 2012. ' - ivV 



HIV/AIDS CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 

' '■■■■■'■■■■■'■ ''■ AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 \/, ../ : ; /_ /./ 

Law 19-156 ( ■ ' "^^ ^..^ ', "[ '"^ 

' Act 19-363 -y: ■}>,-...>:. HWhA, ■'^■w)'»i\&: M'i 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revision Act of 1985 to Establish 
continuing education requirements for physicians, physician assistants* and nurses on issues 
related to HIV and AIDS. „ ? ^ , 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Thai: this 
act may be cited as the "HIV/AIDS Continuing Education Requirements Amendment Act of 
2012". 

Sec. 2. ^Section 510 of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revision Act of. 1985, 
effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.10), is amended as' 
follows: " /.■ •, ) i 

(a) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: . / [; t 

,, . (1) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(2) Paragraph (3)(M) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase,,"; and" 
,,in its place. it M . 

(3) A new paragraph (4) is added to read as follows: , : 

./ < "(4)(A) Except as provided in subsection (b-1) of this section, require that any continuing 
education requirements for the following practices include 3 credits of instruction on the 
Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV") and the Auto Immune Deficiency Syndrome. 
("AIDS") in accordance with subparagraph (B) of this paragraph: '"[" 

..' ■ ,'■'■) Or"/' 1 

"(i) The practice of medicine; 

"(ii) The practice of registered nursing; ; - vV -\ r -,.'/■, r 

"(iii) The practice of practical nursing; ,"■■■.,- -; is. - -,u. ■■:.]■.■■ .>") 

■■■;., , -,:, "(iv) The practice by nursing assistive, personnel; and ^ - m ; ; ■.: ■:d) ii 

) - «(v) The practice of physician assistaritl. : ' T ^'^-»-"' ' V :} " ; ■'■""''■^ " v ' 7 

"(B) The instruction required by subparagraph (A) of this paragraph /shall, at a 
minimum, provide information on one or more of the following topics: < ' ' 

1 ; ••'■■■■ ■■ "(i) The impact of HIV/AIDS on populations of differing ages, particularly the senior 
- ■ ; population; ( A -n ■<■'■ ; '■■-.' -:'") 

"(ii) The impact of HIV/AIDS on populations of different racial and ethnic back-' 
grounds; }■■> 

/_ "(iii) The general risk to all individuals in the District of HIV infection; , ; 

< ; ' '■"■ : <'(iv) How to inform all patients about HIV/AIDS, discuss HIV/AIDS with m 
patients, and appropriately monitor all patients for potential exposure to HIV andJ 
AIDS; or , : 

"(v) The use, benefits j and risks associated with pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis 

t .,. treatment". ■ ;■„.;: 

"(b) A new subsection (b^l) is added to read as follows: ' < i: ■■/■>. ■.*.; 

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"(b-1) The Mayor may: 

"(1) In consultation with the Board of Medicine, waive by rule the requirements of 
subsection (b)(4) of this section for an individual who can prove to the satisfaction of the 
Board of Medicine that he or she did not see patients in a clinical setting in the District 
during the previous licensing cycle; 

"(2) With recommendations by the Department of Health, expand the continuing edu- 
cation requirements for any licensed health professional to specifically include instruction 
on HIV and AIDS; and 

"(3) After December 31, 2018, with the advice of the relevant licensing boards, waive by 
rule the requirements of subsection (b)(4) of this section for one or more of the practices 
listed in subsection (b)(4) of this subsection, as he or she considers appropriate.". 

Sec. 3. 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. 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), 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 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSIONS BOUNDARIES ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-157 

Act 19-364 

AN ACT to establish boundaries for Advisory Neighborhood Commission ("ANC") areas and single- 
member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and; to amend the Advisory . 
Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975 to provide that nominating petitions for ANC membership 
shall become available no later than 120 calendar days before an election for members of an 

ANC. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. (a) There are hereby established, pursuant to section 4(a) of the Advisory 
Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official 
Code § l-309.03(a)), Advisory Neighborhood Commission ("ANC") areas and single-member 
district ("SMD") areas within ANC areas, the boundaries of which shall be depicted on the 
official maps of the District of Columbia according to the following legal descriptions: 

Description of ANC 1A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on 
New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock Creek Church 
Road to Park Place; South on Park Place to Michigan Avenue; West on Michigan Avenue to 
Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to 
Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Girard 
Street; West on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to the continuation of 
Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Fuller Street; 

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West on Fuller Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Spring Road the point of 
beginning. . ■ ,, 

Description of SMD 1A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 1 6th 

Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Ogden 

Street; Northwest on Ogden Street to Perry Place; West on Perry Place to Igth .Street; 

North on 16th Street to Spring Road, the point of beginning. ■■.-,- ^ nAvv) 

Description of SMD 1A02 Boundaries ->•» ^H r.o 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection (of 16th 

Street and Perry Place; East on Perry Place to Ogden Street; Southeast on Ogden SHreeit'ito 

14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to Holmead 

Place; South on Holmead Place to Monroe Street; Southwest on Monroe Street to ^th 

Street; North on 14th Street to Newton Street; Northwest on Newton Street to lGth^Street; 

North on 16th Street to Perry Place, the point of beginning. \ '..^ , r ^, i i . i 

Description of SMD 1A03 Boundaries ; U '.'7 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 

Street and Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to 

Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; South along a line bearing due 

south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard Court to its intersection with 

Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Columbia 

Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street; North ori -16th Street to Irving Street,; 

the point of beginning. .■ ; ■ * 

Description of SMD 1A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Spring 
Road and 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to 
Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place to Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th 
Street; North on 13th Street to Spring Road; West on Spring Road to 14th Street, the point < 
of beginning. ,■/'■" ■■ ..;.' ;'. n L - : \ 

Description of SMD 1A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Newton Street; Southeast on Newton Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street 
to Monroe Street; Northeast on Monroe Street to Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place 
to Park Road; Southwest on Park Road to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Irving 
Street; West on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 1 6th Street to Newton Street, the 
point of beginning. " " Y: ; UI l ' 

Description of SMD 1A06 Boundaries j; ; , 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to 
Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to llth Street;^ South onlllth Street to Lamtint 
Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman Avenue'; South bri Snerriiarr Avenue to Kenyto 
Street; West on Kenyon Street to llth Street; South on llth, Street to Irving Street; Wsst 
on Irving Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Park $oad> the point of beginning.: 

Description of SMD 1A07 Boundaries r hoi 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of Spring' 
. Road and 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to^ 
llth Street; South on llth Street to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman 
Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New 
Hampshire Avenue to Spring Road; Northwest on Spring Road to 13th Street, the point of 
beginning. . ' ■ "' ; ^ 

Description of SMD 1A08 Boundaries : V| 

■ All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of Monroe) 
Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to 
Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Park} 
Road; East on Park Road to Park Place; North on Park Place to Rock Creek Church Road;) 

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West on Rock Creek Church Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hamp- 
shire Avenue to Monroe Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe 
Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Ayenue to 
Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Lamont 
Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; West on 
Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on 
Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Monroe Street, the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Sherman Avenue and Kenyon Street; South on Sherman Avenueto Columbia Road; East on 
Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to Park Place; North on 
Park Place to Park Road; West on Park Road to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to 
Lamont Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; 
West on Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West 
on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A11 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Kenyon 
Street and Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Harvard Street; West on 
Harvard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia 
Road to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 11th 
Street; North on 11th Street to Kenyon Street; East on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1A12 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Columbia Road; South on 16th Street to Fuller Street; East on Fuller Street to 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; 
North on 14th Street to the continuation of Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th 
Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; 
South along a line bearing due south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard 
Court to its intersection with Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North 
on 15th Street to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC IB Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fuller 
Street and 16th Street; East on Fuller Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard 
Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the continuation of 
Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; 
East on Harvard Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; 
East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and then southeast on Michigan Avenue to 
1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; West on Bryant Street to 2nd Street; 
South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Florida 
Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to Wiltberger Street; 
South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th Street; North on 14th 
Street to U Street; West on U Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller Street, 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and V Street; South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode 
Island Avenue to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; West on T 
Street to Wiltberger Street; South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Street to 8th 
Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; North on 

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Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to jW 
Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street, the point of beginning. ,..■/.' ■> ■■ hi-i 

Description of SMD 1B02 Boundaries d 

;; All , streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of S 
Street and 8th Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; West on V Street to Florida Avenue;* 
Northwest on Florida Avenue to W Street; West on W Street to 10th Street; North on 10th 
Street to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to S : 
Street; East on S Street to 8th Street, the point of beginning. '■■ t 

Description of SMD 1B03 Boundaries ■.■■;■>! 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Clifton Street; North on 13th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street 
to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 6th 
Street; South on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman; 
Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on Barry Place to Florida Avenue; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Euclid Street; West on 
Euclid Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to Clifton Street; West, on ClMon Street 
to. I3th ! Street, the point of beginning. : : !, ; , l ' '..■'.''".... , , 

Description of SMD 1B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 12th 
Street and Florida Avenue; West oh Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to 
Belmont Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Florida 1 
Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to V Street; 
East on V Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Florida Avenue, the point of 
beginning. " : 

Description of SMD 1B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to V. Street; 
East on V Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on 
Florida Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West on Chapiri 
Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 16th 
Street; South on 16th Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Chapiri 
Street and 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th 
Street; South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; East on Clifton Street to 12th Street; North 1 
on 12th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street 
to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Belmont 
Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West 
on Chapin Street to 15th Street, the point of beginning. ^ 

Description of SMD 1B07 Boundaries ; T ,-.:■> 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning ai the intersection of I6tft 
Street and Euclid Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller ; Street; ' East on Fuller Street to T 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street;, East on Grirard Street to 14th Street; 
South on 14th Street to Fairmont Street; West oh Fairmont Street to University if I*iace; 
South on University Place to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 15th Street; South on 
15th Street to the continuation of Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 16th Street, the 
point of beginning. ■ ?''■'''' : ' \ k 

Description of SMD 1B08 Boundaries , u 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of ISth 
Street and Girard Street; West on Girard 'Street to 14th Street; South on, 14th Street to 
Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to University Place; South on University Place tc- 
Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th Street; .South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; 
East oil Clifton Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Girard Street, the point of 
beginning. , , .'..,; 

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Description of SMD 1B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of I3th 
Street and Fairmont Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard 
Street to Sherman, Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia 
Road to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont 
Street to 13th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD IB 10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and 
then southeast on Michigan Avenue to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; 
West on Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard 
Place to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street to the 
continuation of 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 
Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Columbia Road, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B11 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Sherman Avenue and Euclid Street; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on 
Barry Place to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to W Street; East on W Street to Florida 
Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street 
to V Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Bryant Street; West on 
Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard Place to 
6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman 
Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1B12 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of U 
Street, and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to V Street; 
East on V Street to 12th Street; . South on 12th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th 
Street; North on 14th Street to U Street; West on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the 
point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 1C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 
Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; North along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with a line extending Harvard Street from' the east; East along said 
line extending Harvard Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to 16th Street; 
South on 16th Street to U Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest 
on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; 
North on 20th Street to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; South on 
19th Street to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th 
Street to Florida Avenue, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; North 
on 20th Street to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; North on 19th 
Street to Biltmore Street; East on Biltmore Street to Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffb- 
ourne Place to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Rock Creek; Southwest along Rock 
Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue, the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C03 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th 
Street and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street 
to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore; 
Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Wyoming Avenue, the point of beginning.) 

Description of SMD 1C04 Boundaries > H 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Calvert 
Street and Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line , extending 
Harvard Street from the east; East along said line extending Harvard Street to Harvard 
Street; East on Harvard Street to Adams Mill Road; Southwest, on Adams Mili Rp^^to, 
Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Ontaria^oa^jj 
Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Southwest on Lanier Place to Calvert '^tree^ 
East on Calvert Street to Adams Mill Road; Southeast on Mams Mill Road to ColumSiaj 
Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore Street to, 
Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffbourne Place to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street .,to-j 
Rock Creek, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Adams , 
Mill Road and Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18 Street; South on 18th Street to 
Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier Place to 
Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to 
16th Street; North on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to Adams Mill 
Road; Southwest on Adams Mill Road to Summit Place, the point of beginning. ....',.;' 

Description of SMD 1C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Columbia Road and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on 
Kalorama Road to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street 
to Ontario Road; North on Ontario Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to 
the continuation of Ontario Road; Northwest on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast on, 
Lanier Place to Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on 
Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of beginning. j 

Description of SMD 1C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and Florida Avenue; North on 18th Street to Adams Mill Road; Northwest on Adams 
Mill Road to Calvert Street; West oh Calvert Street to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier, 
Place to Ontario Road; Southeast on : Ontario Road to Columbia Road; ' Southwest on; 
Columbia Road to the continuation of Ontario 1 Road; South on Ontario Road to Euclid Street; 
East on Euclid Street to 17th Street; South on. 17th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on' 
Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Florida : Aveiiue; , Southwest 'on; 
Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton Street to 17th Street;' SoutH *oh l7tti 'Stre'et' 
to U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest oh" Mbr-Idai Aveiiue^to ^§th 
Street, the point of beginning. : , - )n " <nr> ; ■ > ,l ^; U/' 

Description of SMD 1C08 Boundaries trWi y,:\r, .vy^r- 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection u 65: '16th 1 
Street and Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario 
Road to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton 
Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 16th Street; 1 
North on 16th Street to Kalorama Road, the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC ID Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Roclc 
Creek and a line extending Piney Branch Parkway from the east; East along said line' 
extending Piney Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway; Continuing east on Piney 
Branch Parkway to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard 
Street to its end; Continuing west along a line extending Harvard Street to the west to Rock 
Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Piney Branch 
Parkway from the east, the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 1D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and Newton Street; East and then southeast on Newton Street to Brown Street; 
Northeast on Brown Street to Oak Street; Southeast on Oak Street to 16th Street; South on 
, 16th Street to Monroe Street; Northwest on Monroe Street to 17th Street; South on 17th 
Street to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to 
Newton Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th 
Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Northeast on 
Piney Branch Parkway to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Oak Street; Northwest on 
Oak Street to Brown Street; Southwest on Brown Street to Newton Street; Northwest on 
Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th 
Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Southwest on 
Piney Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Piney 
Branch Parkway to Rock Creek; Southwest along Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on 
Klingle Road to Walbridge Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on 
Lamont Street, and continuing east on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; 
Southeast on 19th Street to Kilbourne Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; North 
on 18th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Monroe Street; Northwest on Monroe Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street 
to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Monroe 
Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 1D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Irving Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street 
to its end; Continuing west on a line extending Harvard Street to Rock Creek; Northwest 
along the centerline of Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to Walbridge 
Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street, and continuing 
east on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; Southeast on 19th. Street to Kilbourne 
Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Kenyon Street; East 
on Kenyon Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving 
Street to 16th Street, the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and a line extending N Street from the 
east; East on said line to N Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street 
to Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue;. Northeast on New 
Hampshire Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to 
Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; East on Pennsylva- 
nia Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on 
Independence Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the 
George Mason Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial 
Bridge to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Common- 
wealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest on the District of Columbia- 
Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection across the Potomac River to the center of 
the mouth of Rock Creek; Northeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A01 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginnlhg 
at the intersection of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; East on Pennsylvania Avenuato 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independency 
Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the George Mason- 
Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial Bridge to th& 
District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest 
along the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection 
with the Arlington Memorial Bridge; Northeast on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to its 
"intersection with the northeastern shoreline of the Potomac River; Southeast along said 
shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending 23rd Street, N.W. to 
the south; North along said line to 23rd Street; Continuing north on 23rd Street to th r e E J ; 
street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to 21st Street; North on 21st Street ta 
F Street; East on F Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 2A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek with a line extending N Street from the 
east; East on said line to N Street; Continuing east on N street to 23rd Street South on 23rd' 
Street to L Street; West on L Street to 24th Streets South on 24th Street to Pennsylvania 
Avenue; Northwest along Pennsylvania Avenue to the centerline 'of 'Rock Creek; Northeast; 
along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. | 

; Description of SMD 2A03 Boundaries '^[ 

■ : All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning" 
at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of Rock Creek; Southeast oh; 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to New Hampshire Avenue- 
Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 26th Street; North on 
26th Street to K Street; West on K Street to the centerline of Rock Creek; Northwest along 
the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and K Street; East on K Street to 26th 
Street; South on 26th Street to I Street; East on I Street to 24th Street; South on 24th 
Street to Virginia Avenue; Northwest on Virginia Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th 
Street to F Street; East on a line extending F Street to the centerline of 1-66; South on saidi 
centerline of 1-66 to the E Street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to ; 23rcl) 
Street; South on 23rd Street to Lincoln , Memorial Circle; Cbntinuing south alonig a ding 
extending 23rd Street to its intersection with the northeast shoreline of the Potomac!:.Eiverj 
Northwest along said shoreline of the Potomac River to the Arlington Memorial iBridge'; T 
Southwest on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to the District of Gblumbia-r-Commonwealth .of 
Virginia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of > the Potomac River;; Northeast! 
along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; 
North along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. ..'..' 

Description of SMD 2A05 Boundaries 
, All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 24th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 23rd Street; South on 
23rd Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street Expressway to the, centerline' 
of 1-66; North on said centerline of 1-66 to its intersection with a line extending F Street; 
from the west; West on said line to F Street Continuing west on F Street to 25th Street] 
North on 25th Street to Virginia Avenue; Southeast on Virginia Avenue to 24th Streetji 
, North on 24th Street to the point of beginning. ■ -;-;■[ 

Description of SMD 2A06 Boundaries - 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of N Street and 23rd Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 
22nd Street to Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast^ 
on New Hampshire to N Street; East on N Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to 1 
Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to Washington Circle; Continuing 

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northwest on a line extending Pennsylvania Ave across Washington Circle to 24th Street; 
North on 24th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to 
the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 2A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 24th and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to I 
Street; West on I Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to F Street; East on F Street 
to 21st Street; South on 21st Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street 
Expressway to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to H Street; West on H Street to 24th 
Street; North on 24th Street to I Street; West on I Street to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of I Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southwest on Pennsylvania Avenue 
to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 22nd Street; North on 
22nd Street to I Street; East on I Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and 19th Street; Northeast on Florida Avenue to U Street; East on U Street to 14th 
Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15th 
Street to Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue to 
20th Street; North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd 
Street; North on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west 
on a line extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North along the centerline 
of Rock Creek to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Florida 
Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 2B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Swann Street; East on Swann Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Riggs Place; West on 
Riggs Place to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to R Street; West on R Street to Florida 
Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut 
Avenue to Dupont Circle; Clockwise around Dupont Circle to its southwestern intersection 
with New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to G Street; West on 
Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; 
North on 22nd Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Hampshire Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter- 
clockwise around Dupont Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to 
R Street; East on R Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Riggs Place; East on 
Riggs Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B04 Boundaries. 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th 
Street and S Street; East on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Q Street; West 
on Q Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 2B05 Boundaries i/ri ior t 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection oflStK 
Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 15th Street; South on 15 Street to Vermont 
Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 15th Street; South 
on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; North 
on 17th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to 18th Street;, 
North on 18th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 17th, 
Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection Of P 
Street and 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Street; East on Street to New 
Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter- 
clockwise around Dupont Circle to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Jefferson Place; East 
on Jefferson Place to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to 17th Street; 
South on 17th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 20th, 
Street; North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd 
Street; North on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west' 
- along a line extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North on the centerline 
of Rock Creek to P Street; East on P Street to the point of beginning, v; 

Description of SMD 2B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New' 
Hampshire Avenue and Q Street; East on Q Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th, 
Street to Jefferson Place; West on Jefferson Place to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to. 
Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around Dupont Circle to New Hampshire Avenue; North- 
east on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2B08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and U Street; East on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on ; New 
Hampshire Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street: to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Swann Street; West on 
Swann Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida 
Avenue to the point of beginning. ; - 

Description of SMD 2B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and U Street; East on U Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; 
West on S Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to T Street; East on T Street to New 
Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point , of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated.; Beginning 
at the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North 
on 11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Mt. Vernon 
Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; 
South on along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses beneath 
Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue to its intersection with a line extending 
north from the center line of South Capitol Street through the center of the Capitol building;, 
South along said line to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 15th Street, 
S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th Street to H 
Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the point of 
beginning. : .. )( .. ; , 

Description of SMD 2C01 Boundaries v 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning, 
at the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North, 

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on 11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Mt. Vernon 
Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to H Street; 
West on H Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 9th 
Street; South on 9th Street to Independence Avenue, SW; West on Independence Avenue to 
15th Street, S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th 
Street to H Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2C02 Boundaries 

M streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Massachusetts Ave and 5th Street; Southeast on Massachusetts Ave to the eastern boundary 
of Interstate 395; South along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to its intersection with 
a line projected east from G Street; West along said line to G Street; Continuing West on G 
Street to 5th Street; North along 5th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located, in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 6th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 5th Street; South on 5th 
Street to G Street; East on G Street and continuing east along a line projecting G Street to 
the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; South along said eastern boundary of Interstate 395 
to the point where it crosses beneath Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue to 
its intersection with a line extending north from the center line of South Capitol Street 
through the center of the Capitol building; South along said line to Independence Avenue; 
West on Independence Avenue, S.W. to 9th Street, S.W;; North on 9th Street, S.W. to 9th 
Street; Continuing north on 9th Street to E Street; East on E Street to 6th Street; North 
on 6th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to 
Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to P 
Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to 
California Street; West on California Street to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Bancroft 
Place; West on Bancroft Place to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Rock Creek; Northeast on Rock Creek to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and California Street; South on Connecticut 
Avenue to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd 
Street to P Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to Massachusetts 
Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to 
Bancroft Place; East on Bancroft Place to 23rd "Street; North on 23rd Street to California 
Street; East on California Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2E Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park and 
the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South' along the eastern boundary of Glover 
Archbold Park and along a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park 
south to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Common- 
wealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; South along the District of Columbia- 
Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt 
Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; 
North along the centerline of Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest along. 

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Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to the northwest 
boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along the northwest boundary of Dumbarton,: Oaks 
Park to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North ,oii 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on T 
Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Parks 
West on said boundary to the point of beginning. > i ;■. r 

description of SMD 2E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park and 
the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover 
Archbold Park to the Georgetown Medical Center Service road just south of the New 
Research Building; East on said road to the Lombardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along 
the southern edge of the Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasquerilla Health Center; South 
along'the western edge of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East 
along the northern edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road 
immediately to the east of the garage. North on said road to Reservoir Road; East on 
Reservoir Road to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to S Street; East along a line extending 
S Street east to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to. Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest oil 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on 
Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park; 
Continuing west along the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning, 
at the intersection of 38th Street and Reservoir Road; South along the existing Georgetown: 
University campus road to a point equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the 
westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line equidistant from the Darnall Hall 
building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as far north as the northwest corner 
bf the northernmost Henle Village building; East to the western property boundary of the 
Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise around the property boundary of the 
Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; East on P Street to 35th Street; North on 35tll 
Street to Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin 
Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to S Street; 
West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 34th Street; 
South on 34th Street to its intersection with a line extending S Street east from 35th Street; 
West along said line to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Reservoir Road; West on 
Reservoir Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 35th Street and Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; 
Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 31st Street; South on 31st 
Street to Dumbarton Street; West on Dumbarton Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on 
Wisconsin Avenue to Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street to 35th Street; rNofth on ; 35th 
Street to N Street; West on N Street to 36th Street; North on 36th Street to Streets ■• West 
oh Street to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to P Street;, East on. P : Street to,'35th 
Street; North on 35th Street to the point of beginning. ; ;i.y ;•;.;?■; 

Description of SMD 2E04 Boundaries - ) i -U 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street arid 
continuing west along the southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to its intersection with the 
eastern border of Glover Archbold Park; North on said border of Glover Archbold Park to. 
the Georgetown Medical Center service road just south of the New Research Building; East 
on said road to the Lombardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along the southern edge bf the 
Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasaquerella Health Center; South along the western edge 
of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East along the northern 
edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road immediately to the east of the 

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garage. South on said road, passing west of Harbin Hall, to its intersection with a line 
extending Street from the east; East on said line to its intersection with a line extending 
the western edge of the New North Building to the north; South along said line and 
continuing south along a line passing to the west of the New North building and pass between 
the Village C West buildings and the Village C East building, to an existing campus service 
road between the Village C East building to the north and the New South building to the 
south: In an easterly direction on said service road and an eastward extension of said service 
road passing to the north of the New South building, the Village A buildings and the 
Lauinger building to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern border 
of Census Tract 2.01; East on said southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to Prospect Street; 
Continuing East on Prospect Street to a driveway 100 feet east of the curb at 36th Street; 
North along said driveway to a point 150 feet distant; East from said point to a point 130 feet 
distant; North from said point along the walkway between the Nevils Building and Loyola 
Hall to N Street; East on N Street to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Prospect Street; 
East on Prospect Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Dumbar- 
ton Street; East on Dumbarton Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to M Street; 
East on M Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to its 
intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek; Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek 
to its mouth; Southwest from the center of the mouth of Rock Creek to the intersection Qf 
the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge and the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of 
Virginia boundary line at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; 
Northwest along the District of Columbia boundary line on the Virginia shore of the Potomac 
River to its intersection with a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park 
south; North along said line to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 31st Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; South on 
28th Street to P Street; East on P Street to its intersection with the centerline of Rock 
Creek; Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on 
Pennsylvania to M Street; West on M Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to the 
point of beginning Q Street. 

Description of SMD 2E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the. intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street 
to the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; Easterly along said northwest 
boundary of Dumbarton Oaks' Park to Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with the 
centerline of Rock Creek; Southeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to P Street; West on 
P Street to 28th, Street; North on 28th Street to Q St; West on Q Street to 32nd Street; 
North on 32nd Street to S Street; West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on 
Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2E08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; North on 37th Street to its 
intersection with a line extending an existing campus service road between the Village C East 
building to the north and the New South building to the south; West along said line and said 
service road to its intersection with a line extending the western edge of the New North 
Building to the south; North along said line to its intersection with a line extending O Street 
from the east; West along said line extending O Street to its intersection with an existing 
campus road immediately to the west of Harbin Hall; North to a point equidistant from the 
Darnall Hall building and the westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line 
equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as 
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western property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise arpund 
the property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; West on P Streetito 
37th Street; South on 37th Street to Street; East on Street to 36th Street; South -oh, 
36th Street to N Street; East on N Street to a walkway between the Nevils Building; <and 
Loyola Hall, 230 feet east of the curb at 36th Street; South along said walkway to a point 155 
distant; West from said point to a point 130 feet distant along a driveway; South along said 
driveway to Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 2F Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and S Streets, N.W.; East on S Street, N.W. to llth 
Street, N.W.; South on llth Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W; to 9th 
Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to the 
alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; South along said 
alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street,* 
N.W. to Mt Vernon Place, N.W.; West on Mt. Vernon Place, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue) 
N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to llth Street, N.W.;' South on ■'llth 
Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I Street, N.W. to the portion of 15th Street, N.W; 
that lies to the west of McPherson Square; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of 
beginning; ,< : - ■,■■■■ - -r ,■ <-; : > 

Description of SMD 2F01 Boundaries ^ 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and gj Streets, N/W; East on S Street, N.W. to llth 
Street, N.W.; South on llth Street, N.W. to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Vermont 
Avenue, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; West on Q Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street, 
N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and Q Streets, N.W. East on Q Street, N.W. to 13th 
Street, N.W.; South on 13th Street to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle, 
to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 15th Street, 
N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F03 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, N.W..; Northeast 
on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to, 
Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Ave NW to Thomas Circle; Counterclockwise 
around Thomas Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 
15th Street; North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F04 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of N Street, N.W. and Vermont Avenue, N.W. Northeast on 
Vermont Avenue to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to 13th Street,; 
: N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; East on Q Street, N.W. to Vermont 
Avenue, N.W.; Northeast on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to llth Street, N.W.; South on lltli 
Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; South on ifah 
Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; West on N Street, N.W. to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 2F05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street, N.W. and Massachusetts Avenuey N.W. ; .; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Thomas Circle; Clockwise around Thomas 
Circle to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; North on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East 
on N Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; South on 13th Street, N.W. to L Street, N.W.; West 
on L Street, N.W. to 14th Street, N.W.; South on 14th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W. ; West 
on I Street, N.W. to 15th Street, N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F06 Boundaries ' ' .': 

Beginning at the intersection of 10th Street, N.W. and P Street, N.W.; East on P Street; 
N.W. to 9th Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street^ 
N.W. to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center;- 
South along said alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South 
on 7th Street, N.W. to Mt Vernon Place; West on Mount Vernon Place to Massachusetts 1 
Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to llth Street, N.W.; North r oh 

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11th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; North on 
10th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and N Streets, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to 10th 
( Street, N.W.; South oh 10th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; West on M Street, N.W. to 13th 
Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 2F08 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and M Streets, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 11th 
Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I' Street, N.W. to 14th 
Street, N.W.; North on 14th Street, N.W. to L Street, N.W.; East on L Street, N.W. to 13th 
Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 3B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
t centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and 
' Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on 39th 
Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin 
Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Observatory Circle — U.S. Naval 
Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise around said property line to its intersection 
with the northwest property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property 
boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street 
to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street 
to Whitehaven Parkway; West along Whitehaven Parkway to the Southern boundary of the 
eastern leg of Glover-Archbold Park; West along said southern boundary of the eastern leg 
of Glover-Archbold Park to the point where it intersects the eastern boundary of Glover- 
Archbold Park; North along said eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to its intersec- 
tion with a line extending W Street from the west; West along said line extending W Street 
from the west to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue 
right of way to the point of beginning.' 

Description of SMD 3B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Tunlaw 
Road and Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to 39th Street; Northwest on 39th Street to 
Edmunds Street; West on Edmunds Street to 42nd Street; Continuing west along a line 
extending Edmunds Street west to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona 
Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former 
Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with New Mexico Avenue; Southeast on New 
Mexico Avenue to Tunlaw Road; East on Tunlaw Road to Fulton Street; Northeast on 
Fulton Street to Watson Place; Northeast on Watson Place to Garfield Street; East on 
Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Fulton Street; West on 
Fulton Street to 39th Street; South on 39th Street and continuing south along a line ' 
extending 39th Street to Tunlaw Road; Southeast on Tunlaw Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fulton 
Street and Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Calvert Street; East on 
Calvert Street to Observatory Circle — Naval Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise 
around said property line to its intersection with the northwest property boundary of 
Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to 
Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on 
Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on 
Whitehaven Parkway to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to Tunlaw Road; Northwest on 
Tunlaw Road to its intersection with a line extending 39th Street from the north; North on 
said line extending 39th Street to 39th Street, and continuing north on 39th Street to Fulton 
Street; East on Fulton Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3B03 Boundaries 

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'All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection ; df^Ke 
.centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and a ffle 
extending Edmunds Street from the east; East along said line extending Edmunds Street 
and continuing east on Edmunds Street to 39th Street; Southeast on 39th Street to Calvert 
Street; .West on Calvert Street to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to W Street; West on W; 
Street to its intersection with a line extending east from the portion of W Street west of 
Glover-Archbold Park; Continuing west on said line extending east from the portion of W 
Street west of Glover-Archbold Park, to its intersection with the centerline of the former 
Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the 
former Arizona Avenue right of way to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on 39th 
$treet to Watson Place; Southwest on Watson Place to Fulton Street; Southwest on Fulton 
Street to Tunlaw Road; West on Tunlaw Road to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New - 
Mexico Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline Of the former Arizona Avenue 1 
right of way to the point of beginning; ,' ' 

Description of SMD 3B 05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Calvert 
Street and Tunlaw Road; Southeast on Tunlaw Road to 37th Street; South on 37th Street td 
its intersection with the southern property line of Whitehaven Park; West along said 
southern boundary of Whitehaven Park to the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park;- 
North along said eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line 
extending east from the portion of W Street west of Glover-Archbold Park; East on said line 
extending W Street to its intersection with W Street, and continuing east on W Street to 40th 
Street; North on 40th Street to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to the point Of - 
beginning. 

Description of ANC 3C Boundaries 

. All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van 
Ness Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East 
on Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Rodman Street; Coritinu 1 
ing northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to the rear property lines of the properties 
fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East along said rear property lines of the 
properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno 
Road to the southwest corner of Melvin Hazen Park; EJast on the southern boundary of 
Melvin Hazen Park and continuing cast along the rear property boundaries of the properties 
fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecti- 
cut Avenue to Rodman Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties 
fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; 
East on Porter Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the 
northern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue; Northeast along said northern property 
line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and continuing northeast along a line extending said property 
line to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to Rock Creek; Southerly oh Rock 
Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; 
West on Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West 
along said northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the 1 
property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary 
Of the U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin 
Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th 
Street; North on 39th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue 
to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within 
Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. ■ ^ 

Description of SMD 3C01 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Klingle 
Road and Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on 
Connecticut Avenue to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Garfield Street; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Calvert Street; 
West on Calvert Street to Cleveland Avenue; Northwest on Cleveland Avenue to 31st Street; 
North on 31st Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Woodley Road; 
Continuing east on Woodley Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Garfield Street; 
East on Garfield Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Klingle Road; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Garfield Street; 
West on Garfield Street to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Woodley Road; West on 
Woodley Road to. 29th Street; North on 29th Street to Cortland Place; West on Cortland 
Place to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and Melvin Hazen Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Klingle Road; West on Klingle 
Road to its intersection with a line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb 
Street to the south; North on said line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb 
Street and continuing north on said property line to Macomb Street; West on Macomb Street 
to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue ' to its intersection with the 
southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; East along said southern boundary of 
Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Porter Street; Northwest on Porter Street to 
Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut 
Avenue; Counter-clockwise around the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to 
its northern-most point; East along a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 
Connecticut Avenue east to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno 
Road and Rodman Street; East on the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park and 
continuing east along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north 
side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rodman 
Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side 
of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; East on Porter Street to 
Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the northern property line of 3601 
Connecticut Avenue; Clockwise around said property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue 
to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Porter Street; Southeast on Porter Street to its 
intersection with the southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; West along said 
southern boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Connecticut Avenue; 
Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Newark Street; West on Newark Street to 34th Street; 
North on 34th Street to Ordway Street; West on Ordway Street to 36th Street; North on 
36th Street to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on 
Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on 
Idaho Avenue Rodman Street; Continuing northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to 
the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East 
along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street 
to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van 
Ness Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Newark Street* West 
on Newark Street to Idaho Avenue; Southwest on Idaho Avenue to Macomb Street; West on 
Macomb Street to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 

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way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue 

right of way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning; 

Description of SMD 3C07 Boundaries : ^ ) 

* All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection^ l of 
Wisconsin Avenue and Newark Street; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Macomb Street; West 
on Macomb Street to the behind the properties fronting along the west side of Wisconsin 
Avenue; South on said alley to the southwest property corner of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue; 
East on the south property line of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue and continuing east along a line 
extending said property line east to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to 
Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Macomb Street; East on Macomb 
Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Newark Street; East on Newark 
Street to the point of beginning. . ' ■' ■ 

Description of SMD 3C08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Wisconsin Avenue and Woodley Road; East on Woodley Road to Klingle Road; East on 
Klingle Road to Cortland Place; East on Cortland Place to 29th Street; South on 29th Street 
to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Cleveland 
Avenue; Southeast on Cleveland Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to 
Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock 
Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; 
West on Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West 
along said northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the: 
property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary 
of the U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin 
Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3C09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Wisconsin Avenue and Porter Street; East on Porter Street to 36 Street; South on 36th 
Street to Ordway Street; East on Ordway Street to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to 
Newark Street; East on Newark Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut 
Avenue to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to the eastern property line of 2710 
Macomb Street; South on the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street and continuing 
south along a line extending said property line south to Klingle Road; West and southwest on 
Klingle Road to Woodley Road; West on Woodley Road to Wisconsin Avenue; North on 
Wisconsin Avenue to its intersection with a line extending the southern property boundary of 
3210 Wisconsin Avenue to the east; West on said line extending the southern property 
boundary of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue and continuing west on said property line to the alley at 
the rear of said property; North on said alley to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street, to 
Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning; ; ;* ; ;, < , „ , , 

Description of ANC 3D Boundaries ! 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection 
of the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Westmoreland Circle; South-r 
west along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the, 
Potomac River; Southeast along the Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia bound- 
ary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with 
a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park from the north; North along 
said line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and continuing north along 
the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line extending W 
Street from the west; West along said line extending W Street to its intersection with the 
centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North 
along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with Van 
Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue 
to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest - along 
said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street , to, the 

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northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 
4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries 
of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 
45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland ' 
Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 3D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Foxhall 
Road and W Street; East on W Street and continuing east along a line extending W Street to 
the east through Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with the centerline of the former 
Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the 
former Arizona Avenue right of way to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico 
Avenue to Klingle Street; West on Klingle Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to 
Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico 
Avenue to its intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New 
Mexico Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary 
of 3301 New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property 
boundary to the east to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northeast along said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with south- 
eastern boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; 
Southwest along said southeastern property boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexico 
Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska 
Avenue to Foxhall Road; Southwest from said intersection, of Nebraska Avenue and Foxhall 
Road to the northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park; South along the western boundary 
of Battery Kemble Park to its intersection with a line extending the southern boundary 'of 
Wesley Heights Park from the east; East along said line extending the southern boundary of 
Wesley Heights Park to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to the southwest property corner 
of 4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting 
along Dexter Street to the northernmost property comer of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; South 
along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the 
southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent; In an easterly direction to the northwest 
property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south along the rear property lines of the 
properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southwest property corner of 
2300 Foxhall Road; East along the rear property boundaries of properties fronting along the 
northern side of W Street to Foxhall Road; South on Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 3D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue 
and Fordham Road; Southwest on Fordham Road to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to 
Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to 
Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Road 
to Millwood Lane; East on Millwood Lane to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to 
Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the American University service road 
northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts Hall; Southwest along a 
line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersection with the rear property 
boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rockwood Parkway; West along 
said rear property lines of the properties fronting along Rockwood Parkway to the southeast 
property corner of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; 
Clockwise around said American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its 
northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of the American University property 
identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 3D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue 
and Fordham Road; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle;' Clock- 
wise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; 
Southwest along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to MacArthur 
Boulevard; South on MacArthur Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road to 

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its 6rid along the boundary of the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N ;: LM 
806; Clockwise around the property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to DalecarM 
Parkway; South on Dalcarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro R6ad| id 
Palisade Lane South on Palisade Lane to Manning Place; East on Manning Place to Maud 5 
Street; South on Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Klihgfe 
Street; East on Klingle > Street to Arizona Avenue; Northeast on Arizona Avenue [to 
Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to Millwood Lane; West on Millwood Lane to 
Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Macomb Street; North on Macomb Street tp 
Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Road to, 
49th Street; North on 49th Street to Fordham Road; East on Fordham Road to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and MacArthur Boulevard; South on 
MacArthur Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road 1 to its end along the 
boundary of the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N Lot 806; Clockwise 
around the property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to Dalecarlia Parkway; South 
on Dalecarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Pahsade Lane;- 
South on Palisade Lane to Manning Place; East on Manning Place to Maud Street; South on 
Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest oh Macomb Street to Klingle Street; East oh 
Klingle Street to Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing 
southwest along a line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia — District 
of Columbia boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along said 
Virginia shore of the Potomac River to the State of Maryland— District of Columbia' 
boundary; Northeast along said State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary to the? 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Loughboro Road and 
Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing southwest along a 
line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia— District of Columbia^ 
boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Southeast along said Virginia shore of 
the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from th.4 
northeast; Northeast along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of 
Whitehaven Parkway and MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur Boulevard to II 
Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; West on W 
Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to its intersection with a line extending the 
southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park to the west; West along said line extending the 
southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park west to the western boundary of Battery Kemble 
Park; North along the western boundary 6f Battery Kemble Park to its northernmost point; 
North from said northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park to the intersection of Nebraska 
Avenue and Foxhall Road; West ori Nebraska Avenue to Loghboro Rdad; West oh 
Loughboro Road to the point of beginning. — v ; < 7 ^ 

Description of SMD 3D06 Boundaries ! 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern boundary of Whitehaven Park^ 
West from said intersection of Glover-Archbold Park and Whitehaven Park along" a line 
connecting to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; Southeast on 
Foxhall Road to Salem Lane; West on Salem Lane to 45th Street; Southeast on 45th Street 
to Q Street; Southwest on Q Street to MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur^ 
Boulevard to U Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; 
West on W Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the southwest property corner of 
4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting along 
Dexter Street to the northernmost property corner of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; South along 
the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southeast 
property comer of 4501 Foxhall Crescent; In an easterly direction to the northwest property 
corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south along the rear property lines of the properties 
fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southwest property comer of 2300 Foxhall 

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Road; East along the rear property boundaries of properties fronting along the northern side 
of W Street to Foxhall Road; South on Foxhall Road to W Street; East on W Street and 
continuing east along a line extending W Street to the east across Glover-Archbold Park to 
the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover 
Archbold Park to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Mexico Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to the American 
University service road northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts 
Hall; Southwest along a line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersec- 
tion with the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of 
Rockwood Parkway; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting along 
Rockwood Parkway to the southeast property corner of the American University property 
identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; Clockwise around said American University property 
identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of 
the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast on a line 
extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on Massachu- 
setts Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern boundary of the American University 
property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; Southwest along said southeastern property 
boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of New 
Mexico Avenue and a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico 
Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 
New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property boundary to 
the cast to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachusetts Avenuer 
Counterclockwise around said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the 
southeast property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property 
corner to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within 
Glover-Archbold park; South along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of 
way to New Mexico Avenue; Northeast on New Mexico Avenue to Klingle Street; West on 
Klingle Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Macomb Street; East on Macomb 
Street to New Mexico Avenue; North on New Mexico Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Whitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; East from said intersection along a line connecting 
to the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park and the southern 
boundary of Whitehaven Park; Southeast on the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park, 
extending said boundary along a line south to the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the 
Potomac River; Northwest along said Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia 
boundary line where it follows the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to 
its intersections with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from the northeast; Northeast 
along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway 
and MacArthur Boulevard; Southeast on MacArthur to Q Street; Northeast on Q Street to 
45th Street; North on 45th Street to Salem Lane; East on Salem Lane to Foxhall Road; 
North on Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3D10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Nebraska Avenue and Van Ness Street; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection 
with a line extending TindAJl streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending 
TindAJl streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner 
of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its 
southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along 
the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts 

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Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast^ I on>:a 
line extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on MaSs&r, 
' chusetts Avenue to the northwest property corner of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue; Comtek 
clockwise around the rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the southeast 
property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property corner to 4ts 
intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover- 
Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to 
Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. ^ 

Description of ANC 3E Boundaries J 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 41st 
Street and the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; South on 41st Street : tQ 
Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 
38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to 39th Street; 
South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van; Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; 
Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to ; the 
southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll, streets to 44th Street; Southwest 
along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; , South along the 
property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the 
rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th 
Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of 
Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland— District 
of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 41st 
Street and Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to 38th Street; South on 38th 
Street to Alton Place; West on Alton Place to Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Nebraska 
Avenue on Tenley Circle; Counterclockwise around Tenley Circle to Yuma Street; West on 
Yuma Street to 44th Street; South on 44th to Windom Place; West on Windom Place to 47th 
Street; North on 47th Street to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 46th Street; 
North on 46th Street to Burlington Place; East on Burlington Place to 44th Street; South on| 
44th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to 41st Street; North on 41st; 
Street to the point of beginning. ',.,:. 

Description of SMD 3E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Western Avenue and Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 45th Street; South on 
45th Street to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 46th Street; South on 46th 
Street to Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to 47th Street; South on 47th Street 
to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; 
Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland— District of Columbia 
boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland— District of Columbia boundary to tKe 
point of beginning. ., < ;_. . : r 

Description of SMD 3E03 Boundaries ^ k 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Wisconsin Avenue and the State of Maryland— District of Columbia boundary; Southeast on 
Wisconsin Avenue to Garrison Street; East on Garrison Street to 42nd Street; South on 42nd 
Street to Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 41st Street; South on 41st Street 
to Ellicott Street; East on Ellicott Street to Belt Road; Southwest on Belt Road to 41st 
Street South on 41st Street to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine to 44th Street; 
North on 44th Street to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 45th Street; North on 
45th Street to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to the State of Maryland— 
District of Columbia boundary; Northeast on the State of Maryland— District of Columbia 
boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
State of Maryland— District of Columbia boundary and 41st Street; South. on 41st Street to 

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Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 
41st Street; North on 41st Street to Belt Road; Northeast on Belt Road to Ellicott Street; 
West on Ellicott Street to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to Fessenden Street; West on 
Fessenden Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Garrison Street; West on 
Garrison Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to the State of 
Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland— District 
of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 3E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th 
Street and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Ten-ley Circle; Clockwise around Tenley 
Circle to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to Alton Place; East on Alton 
Place to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to 39th 
Street; South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska 
Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll 
streets, to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; 
Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; 
South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; 
Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of 
Sedgewick Street to '45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; 
Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to Windom Place; 
East on Windom Place to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of beginning- 
Description of ANC 3F Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Nebraska Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Broad Branch Road; 
Southeast on Broad Branch Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Military Road; 
East on Military Road to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Melvin Hazen Creek; 
West along Melvin Hazen Creek to its intersection with a line extending the shared property 
boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and 3701 Connecticut Avenue to the northeast; 
Southwest along said line extending the shared property boundary of 3601 Connecticut 
Avenue and 3701 Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said shared property 
boundary to Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut Avenue to Porter Street; West on 
Porter Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut 
Avenue; Northwest on said alley to Rodman Street; East on Rodman Street to Connecticut 
Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties 
fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and 
continuing west along the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park to Reno Road; North on 
Reno Road to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman 
Street; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of 
Rodman Street to the intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; 
Southwest along said line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on 
Idaho Avenue to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on 
Wisconsin Avenue to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren 
Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake 
Street to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska 
Avenue to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 3F01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno 
Road and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut 
Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of 
Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and continuing west along the 
southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to the rear 
property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said 
rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to the 
intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; Southwest along said 
line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on Idaho Avenue to 
Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 
39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren Street to 38th Street; 

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North on 38th Street to Windom Place; East on Windom Place to Reno Road; North oh 
Reno Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F02 Boundaries :; 

"-..., All. streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection T ,oi 
Connecticut Avenue and Windom Place; East on Windom Place to its end along the southern 
boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; Continuing East along said southern boundary;)^ 
Soapstone Valley Park to the northeast property corner of the Howard University, property 
identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; South along the eastern boundary of said' "property 
identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its intersection with the northwest corner 1 of ; the*Levine 
School of Music property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809; Clockwise around the/ToBun^ary 
of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809 to its intersection with the ; ,sout¥e¥s£ 
corner of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square/ : 2(J#$ 
Lot 810; Clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Uolf&tO' 
to its intersection with Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Connecticut Avenue;- 
North on Connecticut Avenue to the point of beginning. ; J ; -] 

! Description of SMD 3F03 Boundaries j 

! All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Linnean Avenue and Broad Branch Road; East along Broad Branch Road to 27th Street;; 
North on 27th Street to Military Road; East on Military Road to Rock Creek; South along 
Rock Creek to Broad Branch; North along Broad Branch to Soapstone Creek; West along 
Soapstone Creek to the easternmost extent of Soapstone Valley Park; Clockwise around the 
boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 32nd 
Street; North on 32nd Street to Appleton Street; East on Appleton Street to 31st Street;' 
North on 31st Street to Gates Road; West on Gates Road to Chesapeake Street; West oh 
Chesapeake Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to Davenport Street; West oh 
Davenport Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to Ellicott Avenue; 
East on Ellicott Avenue to the southeast corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; North along the 
eastern boundary of said Census Block 13.01 3001 to Fessenden Street East on Fessenden 
Street to Broad Branch Terrace; North on Broad Branch Terrace to 33rd Street; Northeast 
on 33rd Street to Linnean Avenue; North on Linnean Avenue to the point of beginning.; 

Description of SMD 3F04 Boundaries 

All streets are , located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Davenport Street; East on Davenport Street to 32nd Street; Soutn 
on 32nd Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Gates Road; East oh 
Gates Road to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Appleton Street, West on Appleton Street 
to 32nd Street; South on 32nd Street to Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to the 
intersection of Albemarle Street and the northwest corner of Soapstone Valley Park; South 
along the border of said Soapstone Valley Parkto Windom Place; West along Windom Place 
to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the point bf beginning. f 

Description SMD 3F05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Nebraska Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Linnean Avenue; 
South on Linnean Avenue to 33rd Street; Southwest on 33rd Street to Broad Branch 
Terrace; South on Broad Branch Terrace to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to 
the northeast corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; South along the eastern boundary of said 
Census Block 13.01 3001 to Ellicott Street; West on Ellicott Street to Connecticut Avenue; 
Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine Street to 36th 
Street; North on 36th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest oh Connecticut Avenue to 
Nebraska Avenue; and Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. ' [ 

Description of SMD 3F06 Boundaries 

■All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to 36th Street; 
South on 36th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to Connecticut 
Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Yuma Street; West on Yuma Street to Rend 
Road; South on Reno Road to Windom Place; West on Windom Place to 38th Street; North 

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on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Reno Road; North on 
Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; North on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3F07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Connecticut Avenue and Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to its end at the 
boundary of the Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; Counter- 
clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its 
intersection with the southwest corner of the.Levine School of Music property identified as 
Square 2049 Lot 809; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as 
Square 2049 Lot 809 to its northwest corner at its intersection with the eastern property 
boundary of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square 2049 
Lot 810; North along said eastern property boundary of Square 1 2049 Lot 810 to its northeast 
corner at its intersection with the southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; East along 
said southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to the easternmost extent of the Park; 
North along the eastern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to Soapstone Creek; East along 
Soapstone Creek to Broad Branch; South along Broad Branch to Rock Creek; South along 
Rock Creek to Melvin C. Hazen Creek; West along said Melvin Hazen Creek to its 
intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut 
Avenue to the northeast; Southwest along said line extending the northern property 
boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said northern property 
boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut 
Avenue to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on 
the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Northwest along said alley to Rodman Street; East on 
Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 3G Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with Military Road. West on Military Road to 27th Street; South 
on 27th Street to Broad Branch Road. West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue; 
Continuing west on Nevada Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to 
Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to its intersection with the District of Columbia— State 
of Maryland boundary; Northeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock 
Creek to its intersection with a line extending Beech Street from the west West along said 
line extending Beech Street and continuing west on Beech Street to a line extending Barnaby 
Street from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Barnaby Street to Aberfoyle 
Place; East on Aberfoyle Place to 31st Street; Southwest on 31st Street to Tennyson Street; 
West on Tennyson Street to 33rd Street; North on 33rd Street to Upland Terrace; West on 
Upland Terrace to the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Northeast along 
the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Beech , 
Street and a line extending Barnaby Street from the southwest; East on Beech Street and 
continuing east along a line extending Beech Street east to Rock Creek; South along Rock 
Creek to Military Road. West on Military Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to 
Utah Avenue. Northwest on Utah Avenue to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street to 
31st Street. Northeast on 31st Street to Aberfoyle Place; Northwest on Aberfoyle Place to 
Barnaby Street. Northeast along a line extending Barnaby Street to the northeast to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Utah 
Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Utah Avenue to 27th Street; South on 27th 
Street to Broad Branch Road.; West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue; Northwest 

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on Nevada Avenue to Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Broad Branch 1 Roaf? 
Northwest on Broad Branch Road to Morrison Street; East on Morrison Street to Nebraska 1 
Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. <wMI 

Description of SMD 3G04 Boundaries ";A 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of tlid 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Upland Terrace; East on Uplaffd 1 
Terrace to 33rd Street; South on 33rd Street to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street 
to Utah Avenue. Southeast on Utah Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska- 
Avenue to Morrison Street; West on Morrison Street to Broad Branch Road; Northwest on 
Broad Branch Road to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary. Northeast:; 
along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Broad Branch Road; Southeast on 
Broad Branch Road to Legation Street; West on Legation Street to Nevada Avenue;; 
Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Jocelyn Street; West on Jocelyn Street to Chevy -Chase 
Parkway; North on Chevy Chase Parkway to Legation Street; West on Legation Street to. 
Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Chevy Chase Circle; Counter- 
clockwise around Chevy Chase Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia bound- 
ary; Northeast along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 3G06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the northeast intersection 
of Chevy Chase Circle and the State of Maryland — District of Columbia boundary; Clockwise 
around Chevy Chase Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue' to 
Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase 
Parkway to Kanawha Street; West on Kanawha Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street 
to Military Road; West on Military Road to Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to 41st 
Street; North on 41st Street to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; 
Northeast along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of 
beginning. ; rr '■;,;» 

Description of SMD 3G07 Boundaries ■ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Military Road and Reno Road; East on Military Road to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to 
Kanawha Street; East on Kanawha Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase 
Parkway to Jocelyn Street; East on Jocelyn Street to Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada 
Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Reno Road; Northwest on 
Reno Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC4A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Northeast along the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the. District of 
Columbia; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to Georgia 
Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Missouri Avenue; West on Missouri Avenue' to 
Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy 
Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Southwest on Piney 
Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Piney Branch 
Parkway southwest to Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary line and Rock Creek; Southeast on Rock 
Creek to Sherrill Drive; East on Sherrill Drive to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to 
Alaska Avenue; Northeast on Alaska Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street 
to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Northgate Road; Northeast on Northgate Road to 
the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Northwest on the District of 

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Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the District of Columbia; 
Southwest on the District of Columbia-State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary and Northgate Road; Southwest on 
Northgate Road to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Geranium Street; East on Geranium 
Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary; Northwest along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alaska 
Avenue and Geranium Street; Southwest on Alaska Avenue to 16th Street; South on 16th 
Street to Underwood Street; East on Underwood Street to Luzon Avenue; Northeast on 
Luzon Avenue to Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue; . North on 
Georgia Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Luzon 
Avenue and Van Buren Street; Southwest on Luzon Avenue to Somerset Place; East on 
Somerset Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on 
Rittenhouse Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on 
Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Van Buren Street to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Somerset Place; South on 16th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort 
Stevens Drive to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Peabody Street; East on Peabody 
Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive 
to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the portion of Rittenhouse Street west of 13th Street; 
West on Rittenhouse Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Somerset Place; West on 
Somerset Place to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th 
Street and Peabody Street; East on Peabody Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to 
Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to 
Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia 
Avenue to Missouri Avenue; West on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on 
Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; North on 14th 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast; Northeast along said line 
extending Joyce Road to Joyce Road; Continuing Northeast on Joyce Road to Morrow Drive; 
Southeast on Morrow Drive to Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to Colorado Avenue; 
Northeast on Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; 
North on 14th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; West on Fort Stevens Drive to 16th Street; 
North on 16th Street to Luzon Avenue; Northeast on Luzon Avenue to Underwood Street; 
West on Underwood Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Sherrill Drive; West on 
Sherrill Drive to Rock Creek; South on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock 
Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast;. South on Rock Creek to a line 
extending Piney Branch Parkway from the northeast; East on said line extending Piney 
Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway, and continuing northeast on Piney Branch 
Parkway to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Morrow Drive; Northwest on Morrow Drive • 

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to- Joyce Road; Southwest on Joyce Road, and continuing southwest along a line ext&fidinjj? 
Joyce Road Southwest to the point of beginning. ' -. ■■ i i : koM 

Description of ANC 4B Boundaries ^1 

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary and 
Georgia Avenue, N.W-.; . Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland! 
boundary to Kennedy Street, N.E/; West on Kennedy Street, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, 
N:E.; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue* N.E. to Riggs Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs^ 
Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to Longfellow 
Street, N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Shepherd Road, N.W.; Northwest on 
Shepherd Road, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, N.W. to Longfellow Street, 
N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Georgia Avenue, N.W.; North on Georgia Avenue, 
N.W. to the point of beginning. ' " 

Description of SMD 4B01 Boundaries ; 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along 
the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Cedar Street; South and then west 
on Cedar Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Butternut Street; West on Butternut 
Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Highland Avenue; West oh Highland Avenue to 
9th; North on 9th Street to Elder Street; West on Elder Street to Georgia Avenue; North 
6n Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. ,. . 

Description of SMD 4B02 Boundaries . t : 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Elder Street; East on Elder Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to 
Highland Avenue; East on Highland Avenue to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Butternut 
Street; East on Butternut Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Cedar Street; East 
on Cedar Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said 
centerline of the WMATA right of way to Aspen Street; West on Aspen Street to 4th Street;' 
South on 4th Street to Van Buren Street; West on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. J 

Description of SMD 4B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to 3rd Street; South on 
3rd Street to Rittenhouse Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to 7th Street; North on 7th 
Street to Roxboro Place; West on Roxboro Place to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to' 
Sheridan Street; West on Sheridan Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to .Rittenhousei 
Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North oh Georgia Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B 04 Boundaries V 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection ..of 
Georgia Avenue and Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 9th Street;" Norffi ; lj on 
9th Street to Sheridan Street; East on Sheridan Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Strdet.to 
Roxboro Place; East on Roxboro Place to 7th Street; South on 7th. Street to RittenHous^ 
Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Oglethorpe Street;* 
West on Oglethorpe Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Nicholson Street; West oft 
Nicholson Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Georgia Avenuej 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. . ; ; ' 

Description of SMD 4B 05 Boundaries J 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection 6f ; 
Georgia Avenue and Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to Nicholson Street; 1 
East on Nicholson Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on 
Oglethorpe Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Longfellow Street; West on 
Longfellow Street to Shepherd Road; Northwest on Shepherd Road to 7th Street; South on 
7th Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to Georgia Avenue; North on 
Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. i 

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All streets are located iri the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 3rd Street and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to the. 
centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said centerline of the WMATA right 
of way to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E., to 
McDonald Place, N.E.; West on McDonald Place, N.E. to North Capitol Street; South on 
North Capitol Street to Milmarson Place; West on Milmarson Place to 1st Street; South on 
1st Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd 
Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th 
Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and Cedar 
Street; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to New 
Hampshire Avenue, NE; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E. to the centerline of the 
WMATA right of way; Northwest along said .centerline of the WMATA right of way to Van 
Buren Street; West on Van Buren Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Aspen Street; 
East on Aspen Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Northwest along said 
centerline of the WMATA right of way to Cedar Street; East and then north on Cedar Street 
to the point of beginning . 

Description of SMD 4B08 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and 
New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southeast along said District of Columbia— State of Mary- 
land boundary to 6th Street, N.E.: South on 6th Street, N.E. to Oglethorpe Street, N.E.; 
West on Oglethorpe Street, N.E. to 3rd Street, N.E.; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to Riggs 
Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue (at North Capitol Street); 
Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to 
Longfellow Street, N.W.; East on Longfellow Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st 
Street, N.W. to Milmarson Place, NW; East on Milmarson Place, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; North on North Capitol Street to MacDonald Place, N.E.; East on McDonald Place, 
NE to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E. to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4B09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary and 6th Street; Southeast along said 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy 
Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to 3rd Street; North on 
3rd Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on Oglethorpe Street to 6th Street; North on 6th 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 4C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; 
Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to 16th Street; 
South on 16th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; 
Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock 
Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of 
the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around 
said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on 
Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 
Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield 
Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West 
on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; 
Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; South- 
east on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C01 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersectioMof 
Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue.;, 
Southwest on Colorado Avenue to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Ingraham Steaete 
East on Ingraham Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Hamilton Street; East/dn, 
Hamilton Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning* 

Description of SMD 4C02 Boundaries mV* 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection 'of 
Kennedy Street and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Crittenden Street; East otf 
Crittenden Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Buchanan Street; East on 
Buchanan Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Decatur Street; East on Decatur' 
Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Hamilton Street; West on Hamilton 
Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to 
14th Street; North on 14th Street to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to the point; 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest qu^dirank Beginning at the intersection of 16th 
Street and Crittenden Street; South on 16th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street 
to Arkansas Avenue; Northeast on Arkansas Avenue to 14th Street; North on l4th Street to 
Allison Street; East on Allison Street to Georgia ' Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to; 
Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Buchanan' 
Street; West on Buchanan Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Crittenden Street; 
West on Crittenden Street to the point of beginning. . hi - 

Description of SMD 4C04 Boundaries /< 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of i6th 
Street and Upshur Street; South on 16th Street to Spring Road; East on Spring Road to 
14th Street; North on 14th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14tty 
Street and Allison Street; South on 14th Street to Arkansas Avenue; Southwest on Arkansas 
Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to 
Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Taylor 
Street; East on Taylor Street to Kansas Avenue; Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Georgia 
Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Iowa Avenue; Northwest on Iowa Avenue to Allison 
Street; West on Allison Street to the point of beginning. '''"' ' 

Description of SMD 4C06 Boundaries '2 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13tb 
Street and Taylor Street; South on 13th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to; 
New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Georgia Avenue; North 
on Georgia Avenue to Shepherd Street; West on Shepherd Street to Kansas Avenue; 
Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street to the point of 
beginning. ^ 

Description of SMD 4C07 Boundaries ', j 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection o.fj 
Georgia Avenue and Buchanan Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Allison Street; . West on 
Allison Street to Iowa Avenue; Southeast on Iowa Avenue to Georgia Avenue; South on ; 
Georgia Avenue to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Shepherd Street; East 
on Shepherd Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur 
Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to 
its northeast intersection with New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire 
Avenue to Allison Street; West on Allison Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest on Illinois^ 
Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to the point of beginning. } 

Description of SMD 4C08 Boundaries m 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Shepherd Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Rock Creek Church 

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Road; East, on Rock Creek Church Road to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Upshur 
Street; West on Upshur Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Shepherd Street; West 
on Shepherd Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C09 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection 
of Sherman Circle and Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Allison Street; East 
on Allison Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Grant 
Circle; Counter-clockwise around Grant Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois 
Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 4th 
Street; North on 4th Street to Webster Street; East on Webster Street to its intersection 
with Rock Creek Church Road along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish 
Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary 
of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 
New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on 
Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delafield Place 
to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas 
Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4C10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southern intersection 
of Grant Circle and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast 
on Rock Creek Church Road to Webster Street; West on Webster Street to 4th Street; 
South on 4th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest 
on Illinois Avenue to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 4D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 
7th Street to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on 
Longfellow Street to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Southwest on Rock 
Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of 
the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around 
said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on 
Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 
Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield 
Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West 
on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; 
Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; South- 
east on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; 
North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Georgia Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 
7th Street to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to 
Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Ingraham 
Street; West on Ingraham Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Shepherd Road and 5th Street; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on 
Longfellow Street to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to New 
Hampshire Avenue; South on New Hampshire Avenue to Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin 
Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 
5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 4D03 Boundaries 

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' All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4thl 
Street and Gallatin Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street! 
to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to-5th Street;) 
South on 5th Street to Delafield Place; East on Delafield Place to 4th Street; North on 4th 
Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to 
Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin Street to the point of beginning. , -,, ( 

Description of SMD 4D04 Boundaries n 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th) 
Street and Jefferson Street; East on Jefferson Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street td 
Emerson Street; West on Emerson Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue toi 
Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of/ 
beginning. ■-' ) 

Description of SMD 4D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North 
Capitol Street and Ingraham Street; South on North Capitol Street to Rock Creek ChurcH 
Road; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street, along' 
the "property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 
01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its 111^360^0^ 
with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on 
New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 
4th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street 
to Gallatin Street; East on Gallatin Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New- 
Hampshire Avenue to Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to the point of beginning.' 

Description of SMD 4D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Buchanan Street and Illinois Avenue; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North 
on Georgia Avenue to Emerson Street; East on Emerson Street to 7th Street; North on 7th; 
Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street t6 
Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenues td 
Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois' 
Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to the point of beginning. / 

Description of ANC 5A 

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs' 
Road, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to 
Kennedy Street, N.E.; East on Kennedy Street, N.E. to the District of Columbia— State of 
Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary- 
to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest' 
along said line extending 16th Street, N.E. to 16th Street, N.E,;. South on 16th Street, N.E., 
to Buchannan Street, N.E.; East on Buchannan Street, N.E. to 17th Street, N.E.; South on ; 
17th Street, N.E. to Webster Street, N.E.; West on Webster Street, N.E. to South Dakota 
Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Michigan Avenue, N.E.; West on 
Michigan Avenue, N.E. to 14th Street, N.E.; North on 14th Street, N.E; to Varnum Street, 
N.E.; West on Varnum Street, N.E. to 10th Street; N.E.; South on 10th Street, N.E. to f 
Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA* Metroraff 
tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue^ 1 
&.E.; Southwest on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol 
Street to Irving Street; West on Irving Street, N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; West on* 
Kenyon Street, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place, N.W. to Rock Creek Church 
Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North 
on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. , ■ - 

Description of SMD 5A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Soutlv 
Dakota Avenue and Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to the District of Columbia—^ 
State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland; 
boundary to Galloway Street; West on Galloway Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest 
on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. .,'... ; ■ I 

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Description of SMD 5A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Galloway Street; East on Galloway Street to the District of Columbia — 
State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland 
boundary to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the southwest; Southwest 
along said line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Buchannan 
Street; East on Buchannan Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Webster Street; 
West on Webster Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to the 
point of beginning.* 

Description of SMD 5A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and 8th Street; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Michigan Avenue; 
West on Michigan Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Varnum Street; West on 
Varnum Street to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street 
to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending Buchanan Street from the 
east; East along said line extending Buchanan Street to Buchanan Street, and continuing 
east on Buchanan Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fort 
Totten Drive and Bates Road; Northeast on Bates Road to its northernmost extent; 
Continuing northeast along a line extending Bates Road northeast to its intersection with the 
centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA 
Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to Irving Street; 
Northwest on Irving Street to the access ramp to North Capitol Street northbound; 
Northwest on said access ramp to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to 
Scale Gate Road; East on Scale Gate Road to Harewood Road; North on Harewood Road to 
Taylor Street; East on Taylor Street to Hawaii Avenue; Northwest on Hawaii Avenue to 
Fort Totten Drive; Northwest on Fort Totten Drive to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. and Harewood Road, 
N.W.; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; South on Park 
Place, N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; 
East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to 
Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to Irving Street, N.E.; Northwest on 
Irving Street, N.E. to the access ramp to North Capitol Street northbound; Northwest on 
said access ramp to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; 
Northwest on Harewood Road, N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A06 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Fort Totten Drive, N.E. and Allison Street, N.E.; 
Southeast on Fort Totten Drive, N.E. to Hawaii Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on Hawaii Avenue, 
N.E. to Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to Harewood Road, N.E.; South on 
Harewood Road, N.E. to Scale Gate Road, N.E.; West on Scale Gate Road, N.E. to North 
Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; Northwest on Harewood 
Road, N.W. to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, 
N.W. to Allison Street, N.W.; Northeast on Allison Street, N.W; to Allison Street, N.E.; 
Continuing northeast on Allison Street, N.E. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs 
Road, N.E. to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South 
along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending 
Bates Road, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Bates Road, N.E. 
to Bates Road, N.E., and continuing southwest to Fort Totten Drive, N.E.; North on Fort 
Totten Drive, N.E. to Allison Street, N.E.; Southwest on Allison Street, N.E. to Allison 
Street, N.W., and continuing southwest to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; North on Rock 

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Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5A08 Boundaries < ! 

Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue, N.E. and Kennedy Street, ' N.E^ 
Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, •N.E.Jo 
Buchanan Street, N.E.; West on Buchanan Street, N.E. to its end at 6th Street, .N.K)" 
Continuing west on a line extending Buchanan Street, N.E. west to the centerlinejbf ;tha 
WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracksVto 
Riggs Road, N.E.; Northeast on Riggs Road, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.fi.; SpuiHeast 
on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. ; ;! ■ ! ■ > -- ; ,, «cv£ kyrna«j<I 

Description of ANC 5B Boundaries ? ;• (!/ 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of; ( TayJp^ 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Taylor Street "ip : lOtt 
Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th 'Street} 
South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to South Dakota- 
Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to Webster Street; East on Webster Street to 
17th Street; North on 17th Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th 
Street; North on 16th Street to its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 
16th Street northeast to its intersection with the District of Columbia — State of Maryland 
boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to 
Randolph Street; West on Randolph Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy 
Street; West on Quincy Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue"' 
to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Jackson 
Street;- West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhode Island 
Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the 7 
WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to:, 
the point of beginning. >.::-i<\ 

Description of SMD 5B01 Boundaries : 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Webster Street; East on Webster Street to 17th Street; North on 17th 
Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to 
its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 16th Street northeast to M 
intersection with the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Randolph Street; West on Randolph 
Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy Street; West on Quincy Street to South 
Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. '■ 

Description of SMD 5B02 Boundaries ' / 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Michigan Avenue and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Monroe 
Street; West on Monroe Street to its intersection ; with f%he centerline of the WMATA 
Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA; tracks to Michigan 

Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to Bunker ; Hill 1 Roal; ^Northeast on Bunker Hill; 
Road to Otis Street; East on Otis Street to 13th Street^ ' : Norffi'^n p 13th Street to Michigan 1 
Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the point of bsgmmnj^'- " ;' 

Description of SMD 5B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th 
Street and Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to 
Jackson Street; West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhpde 
Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe- 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Monroe Street to 13th 
Street; South on 13th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Averiue46i 

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its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said 
centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 5B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of Taylor 
Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East -on Taylor Street to 10th 
Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th Street; 
South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to 13th Street; 
South on 13th Street to Otis Street; West on Otis Street to Bunker Hill Road; Southwest on 
Bunker Hill Road to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to its intersection 
with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. 

Description ANC 5C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th 
Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia— State of 
Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary 
to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline 
of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West 
along said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern 
property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary 
of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; 
Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic 
circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its 
intersection with the western boundary of the' WMATA property identified as Square 3605 
Lot 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost 
point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost 
point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue 
to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th 
Street; North on 20th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to South Dakota 
Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th 
Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary 
to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to Clinton Street; Southwest on Clinton Street to 
Myrtle Avenue; Southwest on Myrtle Avenue to South Dakota Avenue Northwest on South 
Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South 
Dakota Avenue and Myrtle Avenue; Northeast on Myrtle Avenue to Clinton Street; North- 
east on Clinton Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the District of 
Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia — State of 
Maryland boundary to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to its . intersec- 
tion with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX 
railroad tracks to Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th 
Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 26th Street; North on 26th Street to 
Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to Vista Street; Northeast on Vista Street to South 
Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Bladensburg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Colum- 
bia — State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia 

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River; Southwest along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with^the [ 
centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks } 
to, its intersection with a line extending South Dakota Avenue from the northwest; Northwest 
along said line extending South Dakota Avenue, and continuing northwest on South Dakota 
Avenue to 33rd Place; Northeast on 33rd Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Northwest on Fort; 
Lincoln Drive to 31st Place; Southwest on 31st Place to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on.; 
South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. , , : 

;■ Description of SMD 5C04 Boundaries ! 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Bladensburg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to 31st 
Place; Northeast on 31st Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Southeast on Fort Lincoln Drive tcr 
33rd Place; Southwest on 33rd Place to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota 
Avenue to its end at New York Avenue; Continuing southeast on a line extending South 
Dakota Avenue southeast to its intersection, with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks;; 
East on said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to its intersection with the centerline of the; 
Anacostia River; Southwest along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection; 
with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M Street to the, 
easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the National; 
Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the , 
intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Northwest on Mount Olivet Road; 
to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic } 
circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first intersection with New 
York Avenue; East on New York Avenue to its eastern intersection with the Montana, 
Avenue traffic circle; Counterclockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to norths 
bound Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to its intersection with the centerline oft 
the CSX railroad tracks; East on said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to Bladensburg 
Roa.d; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5C05 Boundaries : 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wj 
Street and 15th Street; East on W Street to Montana Avenue; South on Montana Avenue to 
the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its 
eastern intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its 
intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 
Lot 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost 
point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost; 
point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue .to* 
Montana Avenue; Southeast on Montana Avenue to 14th Street; In a southerly direction on) 
T4th Street to Downing Street; Northeast on Downing Street to 15th Street; South on l#tfrf 
Street to the point of beginning. ' t jhI 

Description of SMD 5C06 Boundaries i 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant, Beginning at the intersection of Rhode 
Island Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Evarts Street; East on Evartsf 
Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to W Street; West on W Street .to I5th Street? 
In a northerly direction on 15th Street to Downing Street; Southwest on Downing Street tb^ 
14th Street;, In a northerly direction on 14th Street to" Montana Avenue; Northwest oM 
Montana Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to the pibint ofi 
beginning. ■ ■ ■ ,r ; fojf^nrf 

Description of SMD 5C07 Boundaries ' ,!S 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monrppi 
Street and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Vista Street; 
Southwest on Vista Street to Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to 26th Street; South 
oh 26th Street to Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street 
to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to 18th Street; North on 1'8'tJS 
Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to f 
Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the point of beginning. > ;:f J 

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Description of ANC 5D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida 
Avenue and the southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 
3584 Lot 815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Benning Eoad; East on Benning Eoad to the 
centerline of the Anacostia Eiver; North along the centerline of the Anacostia Eiver to its 
intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M 
Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the 
National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arbore- 
tum to the intersection of Bladensburg Eoad and Mount Olivet Eoad; Northwest on Mount 
Olivet Eoad to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana' 
Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first 
intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with 
the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; 
South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D01 Boundaries 

All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue, 
and the southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 
815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic 
circle to its western intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to 
its intersection with the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as 
Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Mount Olivet Eoad; Southeast on Mount Olivet Eoad to Bladensburg 
Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Eoad to Meigs Place; Northwest on Meigs Place to 16th 
Street; Southwest on 16th Street to Levis Street; Northwest on Levis Street to Holbrook 
Street; Northeast on Holbrook Street to Childress Street; Northwest on Childress Street to 
Trinidad Avenue; Southwest on Trinidad Avenue to Queen Street; Northwest on Queen 
Street to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Maryland Avenue and 21st Street; North on 21st Street to M Street along the southern 
property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary 
of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Eoad and Mount Olivet Eoad; 
Southwest on Bladensburg Eoad to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to 
17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th Street; South on 
19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st 
Street and M Street; East oh M Street to its end; Continuing east on a line extending M 
Street east to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia Eiver; South along said 
centerline of the Anacostia Eiver to Benning Eoad; West on Benning Road to 19th Street; 
North on 19th Street to Bennett Place; East on Bennett Place to 21st Street; North on 21st 
Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Maryland Avenue and 21st Street; South on 21st Street to Bennett Place; West on Bennett 
Place to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Benning Eoad; West on Benning Road to 
Bladensburg Road; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on 
Maryland Avenue to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th 
Street; South, on 19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

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Description of SMD 5D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Oates Street; Southeast on Oates Street to Bladensburg Road- 
Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to West , 
Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Queen Street; Southeast on Queen Street to Trinidad Avenue; North- 
east on Trinidad Avenue to Childress Street; Southeast on Childress Street to Holbrook 
Street; Southwest on Holbrook Street to Levis Street; Southeast on Levis Street to 16tfr 
Street; Northeast on 16th Street to Meigs Place; Southeast on Meigs Place to Bladensburg 
Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Oates Street; Northwest on Oates Street to West 
Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning., 

Description of ANC 5E Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, RW.; East 1 on 
Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue;, 
N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the, 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island 
Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its 
southernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property : 
identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 
814 to its southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue, N.E.; Continuing 
south across New York Avenue N.E. to the northwest corner of the District Government 
property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 
3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at its intersection with Florida Avenue, N.E. ; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue, N.E. to New York Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on New York 
Avenue, N.W. to Kirby Street, N.W.;.' North on Kirby Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.;; West 
on N Street, N.W. to New Jersey Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue, N.W. to 
Florida Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.W. to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; 
Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to! 
Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street; 
N.W. to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; 
North on Park Place, N.W. to the pointaof beginning. , , 

Description of SMD 5E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Franklin Street and Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the centerline of 
the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks 
to Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to the point of beginning. ; 

Description of SMD 5E02 Boundaries " p 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant Beginning ! at the intersection of 
Franklin Street and 6th Street; East on Franklin Street to the centerline of the WMATA 
Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA 1 Metrorail tracks to 'Rhodes 
Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to' 
Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of 
beginning. , T 

Description of SMD 5E03 Boundaries < 

All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode Island 
Avenue and Summit Place; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the 
northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; South along the: 
western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at .its intersection 
with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South; 
along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point at its 
intersection with New York Avenue; Continuing south across New York Avenue to the; 
northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot .815;^ 

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South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at 
its intersection with Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to Eckington Place; 
North on Eckington Place to R Street; East on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street 
to T Street; West on T Street to Summit Place; North on Summit Place to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North 
Capitol Street and Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to Summit 
Place; South on Summit Place to T Street; East on T Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd 
Street to R Street; West on R Street to Eckington Place; Southwest on Eckington Place to 
Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York 
Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on north Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
Jersey Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Q 
Street; East on Q Street to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York 
Avenue to Kirby Street; North on Kirby Street to N Street; West on N Street to New 
Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and Rhode Island Avenue; South on 2nd Street to Randolph Place; East on Randolph 
Place to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Florida Avenue; Northwest 
on North Capitol Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to 
R Street; West on R Street to New Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to 
Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode 
Island Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E07 Boundaries 

All streets are located- in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and U Street; East on U Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol 
Street to Randolph Place; West on Randolph Place to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd 
Street and Adams Street; East on Adams Street to North Capitol Street; South on North 
Capitol Street to U Street; West on U Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E09 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on 
Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. 
to Franklin Street, N.E.; Southeast on Franklin Street, N.E. to Lincoln Road, N.E.; South 
on Lincoln Road to Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.E. to 
North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Adams Street; West on Adams 
Street, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to Bryant Street, N.W.;- East 
on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street NW to Michigan Avenue, 
N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.-; North on' Park Place, 
N.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 5E10 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Lincoln 
Road and Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to 
Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Rhode Island 
Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Lincoln Road; Northeast on Lincoln Road to 
the point of beginning. 

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Description of ANC 6A Boundaries 

k All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning; 
at the intersection of 8th Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H 1 
Street; East on H Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South orf 
19th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street td the 1 
northern portion of East Capitol. Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street 
to 19th Street; Continuing west on East Capitol Street to 13th Street;, South on 13th Street, 
S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; West along said) 
eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street, S.E, td.E^sti 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to H/Sir.eej^ 
West on H Street to 7th Street; North on 7th to I Street; East on I Street to 1 8th QpY£$fi;i 
North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. ; i'c iv;/') ■.«;•'■■: ■"■■' ^<>W^A 

Description SMD 6A01 Boundaries ;^ ■;,.<., *yvyM I 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection ; .,of ; 8th 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; South on 13th 
Street to H Street; West on H Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to G Street; West I 
on G Street to 8th Street North on 8th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 7th Street;^ 
North on 7th to I Street; East on I Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of 
beginning. ^ 

Description of SMD 6A02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th 
Street and H Street; East on H Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to E Street;, 
West on E Street to Maryland Avenue; Southwest on Maryland Avenue to 8th Street; North : 
on 8th Street to G Street; East on G Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point 
of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6A03 Boundaries >■■ ■ 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Maryland Avenue and E Street; East on E Street to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to; C 
Street; East on C Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to the westbound portion of 
East Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; West on East Capitol Street to 11th Street; South; 
on 11th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on, 
8th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning.' 

Description of SMD 6A04 Boundaries ,^ 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of C Street and 12th Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South* ;6n> 
15th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 13th Street; SouMoiij 
13th Street, S.E, to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Parley iffi est 
.along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street^ 
S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; East on^lMst 
Capitol Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning. T^g 

Description of SMD 6A05 Boundaries -was T A 

■ All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of lOtfi 

Street and E Street; East on E Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to C Street:;! 

West on C Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to the point of beg^nnin&r 

Description of SMD 6A06 Boundaries ■.■•-■■■?, 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th> 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H Street; East on H Street/tbl 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Gales Street; East on Gales Street to 16th Street? 
South on 16th Street to Isherwood Street; West on Isherwood Street to 15th Street; Nor-th 
on 15th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 13th Street; North ori 13th Street to the 
point of beginning. „ '';' 

Description of SMD 6 A07 Boundaries |j 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 15th, 
Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to E\ 

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Street; West on E Street to 18th Street; South on 18th to D Street; West on D Street to 
16th Street; North on 16th Street to Gales Street; West on Gales Street to 15th Street; 
North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6A08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of 18th 
Street and E Street; East on E Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to C Street; 
East on C Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to the northern portion of East 
Capitol Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street to 19th Street; 
Continuing west on East Capitol Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Isherwood 
Street; East on Isherwood Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to D Street; East on 
D Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 6B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street north and a line extending East 
Capitol Street west; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and continuing east on 
East Capitol Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to the eastbound portion of East 
Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol 
Street to 13 Street; North on 13th Street to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street 
to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of Congression- 
al Cemetery; in an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional Cemetery to 
its easternmost point and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline of the 
Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Interstate 295; 
North on Interstate 295 to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street 
to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the 
Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street northward and a line extending 
East Capitol Street westward; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and 
continuing east on East Capitol Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to A Street; West 
on A Street to 4tK Street; South on 4th Street to North Carolina Avenue; Southwest on 
North Carolina Avenue to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to the Southeast Expressway; 
Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol 
Street and continuing north along a line extending South Capitol Street north to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 5th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 9th 
Street. . • South on 9th Street to A Street; West on A Street to 8th Street; South on 8th 
Street to its first intersection with D Street; East on D Street to 9th Street; South on 9th 
Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to its first intersection 
with D Street; West on D Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to D Street; West on D 
Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to North Carolina Avenue; Northeast on North 
Carolina Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 5th 
Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the 3rd Street and D Street East on D Street to 7th Street; South on 
7th Street to D Street; East on D Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to the Southeast 
Expressway; Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 9th Street and South Carolina Avenue; Northeast on South Carolina 

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Avenue to 11th Street; North on llth Street to C Street; East on G Street to 12th Street;' 
South on 12th Street to K Street; West on K Street to llth Street; South on llth Street? #b f 
M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street the Southeast Expressway;" 
Southeast on the Southeast Expressway to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to itsj^fbrst 
intersection with D Street; East on D Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeastern 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of beginning. ' ^, )T ^ 

Description of SMD 6B05 Boundaries v ,-g 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning) 
at the intersection of 9th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol to llth Street;) 
South on llth Street to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park. 
East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street; 
to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 12th Street; South on 12th 
Street to C Street; West on C Street to llth Street; South on llth Street to South Carolina 
Avenue; Southwest on South Carolina Avenue to D Street; West on D Street to 8th Street; 
North on 8th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to. the 
point of beginning. hii '...'../ " ! 

Description of SMD 6B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning; 
at the intersection of South Carolina Avenue and Kentucky Avenue; Southeast on Kentucky; 
Avenue to C Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania; 
Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to the centerline of the Anacostia River; 
Southwest on the Anacostia River to Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to llth Street; 
North on llth Street to the Southeast Freeway; East on Southeast Freeway to, its; 
intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the north; North along said line extending] 
14th Street and continuing north on 14th Street to Potomac Avenue; Continuing north along; 
a line extending 14th Street north to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania; 
Avenue to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to its intersection with the portion of C Street 
north of South Carolina Avenue; East on said portion of C Street to South Carolina Avenue; 
Northeast on South Carolina Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning, 
at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania, 
Avenue to its intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the south; South along said 
line extending 14th Street and continuing south on 14th Street to its end at L Street; 
Continuing south along a line extending,-14th Street south to the Southeast Freeway; West 
on the Southeast Freeway to llth Street; North. on llth Street to K Street; East on K 
Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning., 

Description of SMD 6B08 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. . Beginning 
at the intersection of East Capitol Street and 13th Street; East on East Capitol Street ta 
15th Street; South on 15th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts,' 
Avenue to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to C Street; West on C Street to Kentucky.! 
Avenue; Northwest on Kentucky Avenue to South Carolina Avenue; !.'Sbuftiwest on .South.! 
Carolina Avenue to C Street; West on C Street to '12th Street; North. .on ; 12th Street ici 
Independence Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 13th Street; North' on 13th Street- 
to point of beginning. ^ , ^ ' n ". ..,, 

Description of SMD 6B09 Boundaries V n 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 16th Street and Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts 
A T ~ nue to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of 
r .gressional Cemetery; In an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional 

.netery to its easternmost point, and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline 

the Anacostia River, Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Pennsylvania' 
Avenue Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to C Street; 
East on C Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to the point of beginning. ; 

Description of SMD 6B10 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 15th Street and East Capitol Street: East on East "Capitol Street to 
19th Street; South on 19th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to East Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 6C Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue, N.E. and Florida Avenue, N.E.; 
Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N:E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to I Street, 
N.E.; West on I Street, N.E.. to 7th Street, N.E.; South on 7th Street, N.E. to H Street, 
N.E.; East on H Street, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol 
Street;' West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; Continuing west along a line 
extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line extending South Capitol- 
Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street north to its intersection 
with Constitution Avenue; West on Constitution Avenue, N.W. to the point where it crosses 
above the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern boundary of 
Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses below Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Southwest 
on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to 
New York Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New York Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C01 boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Constitution Avenue, N.E. and 8th Street, N.E.; South on 
8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; 
Continuing west along a line extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line 
extending South Capitol Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street 
north to its intersection with Constitution Avenue; East along Constitution Avenue, N.E. to 
the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C02 boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 and Massachusetts 
Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue, N.E..; 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.E. to Columbus Circle, N.E.; Counter-clockwise 
around Columbus Circle, N.E. to F Street, N.E.; East on F Street, N.E. to 2nd Street, N.E..; 
South on 2nd Street, N.E. to the alley between E Street, N.E. and F Street, N.E.; In an 
easterly direction along said alley between E Street, N.E. and F Street, N.E. to 3rd Street, 
N.E..; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to E Street, N.E.; East on E Street, N.E. to 4th Street, 
N.E..; South on 4th Street, N.E. to Constitution Avenue, N.E'.; West on Constitution Avenue, 
N.E. to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern boundary of 
Interstate 395 to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C03 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 6th 
Street and F Street; East on F Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Constitution 
Avenue; West" on Constitution Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to E Street; East 
on E Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C04 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North 
Capitol Street and H Street; East on H Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to I 
Street; East on I Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to H Street; East on H Street to 
5th Street; South on 5th Street to F Street; East on F Street to 6th Street; South on 6th 
Street to E Street; West on E Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the alley between 
E Street and F Street; In a westerly direction along said alley between E Street and F 
Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to F Street; West on F Street to Columbus Circle; 
Clockwise around Columbus Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts 
Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6C05 boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 3rd 
Street and K Street; East on K Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to I Street; West 
on I Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to H Street; East on H Street to 8th Street; 

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Sdtith oh 8th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street tio/H 
Street; West on H Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the point of be^nning^ 
Description of SMD 6C06 boundaries — ^v/1 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 8th Street; South on '8th 
Street to K Street; West on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to I Street; Wesson 
I Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to H Street; West on H Street to North Capitofe 
Street; North on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York; 
Avenue to the point of beginning. : r y. 

Description of ANC 6D Boundaries ^ 

Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street, S.W. and Independence Avenue, S.W.; East! 
on Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the 
Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295); Due southeast on the Southeast Freeway (spur 
to Interstate 295) to 7th Street, S.E.; South on 7th Street, S.E. to M Street, S.E.; East oh M/ 
Street, S.E. to 11th Street, S.E.; South on 11th Street, S.E. to the centerline of the, Anacostia 
River; Southwest along in the centerline of the Anacostia River arid the projection of that; 
centerline to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia shoreline : 
of the Potomac River to 14th Street; North on 14th Street,' S.W. to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D01 Boundaries 

■All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th' 

Street and Independence Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 4th Street; South on 4th > 

Street to M Street; West on M Street to Maine Avenue; Northwest on Maine Avenue to 14th > 

Street; North on 14th Street to the point of beginning. ■■'^ 

Description of SMD 6D02 Boundaries * ! ; 

Beginning at the intersection of Delaware Avenue, S.W. and M Street, S.W.. Northeast on 
Delaware Avenue, S.W. to I Street, S.W.; West on I Street, S.W. to 3rd Street, S.W.; North 
on 3rd Street, S.W. to G Street; Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its- 
continuation at E Street, S.W., and continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue^; 
S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol; 
Street to I Street, S.W.; East on I Street, S.E. to New Jersey Avenue, S.E.; Southeast on; 
New Jersey Avenue, S.E. to K, Street, S.E.; East on K Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.;, 
South on 2nd Street, S.E. to L Street, S.E. ; West on L Street, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South 
on 1st Street, S.E. to Potomac Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Potomac Avenue, S.E. to South- 
Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to M Street; West on M Street, S.W. to the 
point of beginning. , ' . \n. 

Description of SMD 6D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Independence Avenue and 4th Street; . South on 4th Street to I Street; East on I Streetio, 
Wesley Place; South on Wesley Place to K Street; East on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 
3rd Street to M Street; East on M ; Street to , Delaware Avenue; Northeast on Delaware^ 
Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street^ S.W. to G Street; 
' Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its continuation "at E : Street, and 
continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 
the point of the beginning. v ■■.. ,!,'■ ; , '..,■■ * . :iu : ; :) 

Description of SMD 6D04 Boundaries " f; 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of MJ 
Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of Street to its east; East on dj 
Street to its end, and continuing east along a line extending Street to its continuation at 3rd| 
Street; South on 3rd Street to P Street; West oh P Street and continuing west along a line^ 
extending P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia ' 
Shore of the Potomac River to 14th Street; Northeast on 14th Street to Maine Avenue;' 
Southeast on Maine Avenue to M Street; East on M Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of I Street 
and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of Street to its east; East on Street tcP 

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its end, and continuing east along a line extending Street to its continuation at 3rd Street; 
South on 3rd Street to P Street; West on P Street and continuing west along a line extending 
P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; South along said Virginia Shore of 
the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the center line of the Anacostia 
River; Northeast along said line extending the center line of the Anacostia River and 
continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to South Capitol Street; ' 
Northwest on South Capitol Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R 
Street; West on R Street .to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on 
Canal Street to Delaware Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to M Street; West on M 
Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to K Street; West on K Street to Wesley Place; 
North on Wesley Place to I Street; West on I Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Delaware Avenue and M Street; East on M Street to South Capitol Street; South on South 
Capitol Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R Street; West, on R 
Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on Canal Street to 
Delaware Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 6D07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295) and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol 
Street to I Street; East on I Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey 
Avenue to K Street; East on K Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to L Street; West 
on L Street to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac 
Avenue to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the center line of the 
Anacostia River; Northeast on the center line of the Anacostia River to 11th Street; North 
on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to the 
Southeast Freeway (spur to 1-295); Northwest on the Southeast Freeway (spur to 1-295) to 
the point of the beginning. 

Description of ANC 6E Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of T 
Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast 
on New Jersey Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby 
Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to North Capitol Street; South 
on North Capitol Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 
7th Street; North on 7th Street to M Street; West on M Street to the alley running along the 
eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; North on said alley to N Street; West on 
N Street to 9th Street; , North on 9th Street to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; 
North on lljth Street to S Street; East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on 
Wiltberger Street to T Street; East -on T Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th 
Street and S Street; East on S Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to R Street; East 
on R Street to Marion Street; South on Marion Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 7th 
Street; South on 7th Street to Street; West on Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street 
to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point of beginning. 

Description SMD 6E02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of T Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida 
Avenue to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to Street; West on 
Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to Marion Street; 
North on Marion Street to R Street; West on R Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to 
S Street; East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on Wiltberger Street to T Street; 
East on T Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th 
Street and Street; East on Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to M Street; West 

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on M Street to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention; center^ 
North on said alley to N Street; West on N Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Streets tfeeR 
point of beginning. . . . )<xnYd r -I 

Description of SMD 6E04 Boundaries » * ^ ^}\ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of '$m L 
Street and Street; East on Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jerse^ 
Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby Street to New Ybrf/ 
Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to M Street^ 
East on M Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. \ ' 

Description of SMD 6E05 Boundaries V 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; West on 
Massachusetts Avenue to 7th Street North on 7th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on . 
New York Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 6E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant; Beginning at the intersection -, of New \ 
York Avenue and North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to L Street; West on 
a line extended west from L Street to 1st Street; North oil 1st Street to New York Avenue; 
Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. '."-" 

Description of SMD 6E07 Boundaries \ 

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New 
York Avenue and 1st Street; South on 1st Street to a line extended west from L Street; East 
on said line extended west from L Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol 
Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 4th Street; North 
on 4th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of ANC 7B 

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from CrofTut Place; East on said 
line extended from Croffut Place to CrofTut Place; Continuing East on CrofTut Place to,, 
Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its southwestern intersection with' 
Randle Circle; Counterclockwise around Handle, Circle to Ft. Dupont Drive; East on FtV, 
Dupont Drive to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to Massachusetts Avenue;^ 
Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to Ft Dupont 
Street; Southwest on Ft. Dupont Street- to. Q. Street; Northwest on Q Street to Ft. Davis 
Street; Southwest on Ft Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street to 40th Street; 
South on 40th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 
Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Naylor Road; Northeast on Naylor; 
Road to 25th Street; North on 25th Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota 
Avenue to Nicholson Street; Northwest on Nicholson Street to Anacdstia Drive, S.E.; 
Continuing Northwest along a line connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue &hd 
the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River 
to the point of the beginning. • - .-<> 

Description of SMD 7B01 Boundaries ! 

' All streets are located in Southeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection' of the' 
centerline of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from CrofTut Place S.E.; East on 
said line extended from Croffut Place to Croffut Place; Continuing east along CrofTut Place 
to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nash Place; Northwest on Nash 
Place to Fairlawn Avenue; Continuing northwest along a line extending Nash Place to th&l 
centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to; 
the point of the beginning. : H 

Description of SMD 7B02 Boundaries * 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersectidri of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and 28th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 30th Street; 
South on 30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park to V Place; East on V Place tcj glsti 

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Street; South on 31st Street to W Street; East on W Street to 32nd Place; South on 32nd 
Place to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to Naylor Road; North on Naylor 
Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; 
North on 28th Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
centerline of the Anacestia River and a line extending Nash Street to the northwest; 
Southeast along said line extending Nash Street to Nash Street; Continuing southeast on 
Nash Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to M Street; Southeast 
on M Street to 30th Street; South on 30th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on 
Pennsylvania Avenue to 28th Street; South on 28th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 
27th Street; South on 27th Street to Naylor Road; North on Naylor Road to 25th Street; 
North on 25th Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nicholson 
Street; Northwest on Nicholson Street to Anacostia Drive; Continuing northwest along a line, 
connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia 
River; Northeast along the centerline . of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection 
of Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle; Counter-clockwise around Randle Circle to Massa- 
chusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 34th Street; South on 34th Street 
to M Street; ■ West on M Street to Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue to Pope Street; 
Southeast on Pope Street to Nash Place; West on Nash Place to Highwobd Drive; Southeast 
on Highwood Drive to its second intersection with Carpenter Street; East on Carpenter 
Street to Texas Avenue; Southwest on Texas Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on 
Pennsylvania Avenue to Alabama Ave; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 32nd Place; North 
on 32nd Place to W Street; West on W Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to V 
Place; West on V Place to 30th Street; North on 30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park 
to M Street; Northwest on M Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue 
to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue to Denver Street; Southeast 
on Denver Street to High view Terrace; Northeast on Highview Terrace to 34th Street; 
Southeast on 34th Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Naylor 
Road; Northwest on Naylor Road to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to the 
point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Southern . 
Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to 34th Street; Northwest on 34th Street to 
Highview Terrace; Southwest on Highview Terrace to Denver Street; Northwest on Denver 
Street to Branch Avenue; North on Branch Avenue to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on 
Alabama Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection 
of Randle Circle and Massachusetts Avenue; Counter-clockwise around Randle Circle to Ft 
Dupont Drive; East on Ft. Dupont Drive to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd 
Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Southwest on Ft Dupont Street to Q Street; Northwest on Q 
Street to Ft. Davis Street; Southwest on Ft. Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street 
to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania 
Avenue to Texas Avenue; Northeast on Texas Avenue to Carpenter Street; West on 
Carpenter Street to Highwood Drive; West on Highwood Drive to Nash Place; East on Nash 
Place to Pope Street; Northwest on Pope Street to Branch Avenue; North on Branch 
Avenue to M Street; East on M Street to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

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; Description of ANC 7C Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 1 
Minnesota Avenue and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Southern Avenue ;' 
Southwest on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th 
Street; North on 47th Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Street; West oh 
Edson Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street;' East on Foote Street to 
46th Street; North on 46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street^ 
North on 44th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie H'elerB 
Burroughs. Avenue to 46th Street: North on a line extending 46th Street to the north 
Continuing north on 46th Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on-, 
44th Street to Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 45th Street; North on 45th Street tcr 
Meade Street; East on Meade Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue ; 
to the beginning point. 

Description of SMD 7C01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 48th; 
Street and Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Hayes 
Street; East on Hayes Street to Division Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Cloud Place; 
West on Cloud Place to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Fitch Place; Northeast on Fitch 
Place to 49th Place; North on 49th Place to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; West on) 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to its intersection with - 
the Watts Branch stream; West along the Watts Branch stream to its intersection with a line ; 
extending north from 48th Place; South along said line to Foote Street; West on Foote' , 
Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Place; West on Edson Place to 45th ■ 
Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 46th Street; North on-. 
46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 48th 
Street; North on 48th Street to the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division 
Avenue and the Watts Branch Stream; Southeast along the Watts Branch Stream to 55th 
Street; South on 55th Street to Clay Place; East on Clay Place to 56th Street; South on 56th 
Street to Blaine Street East on Blaine Street to 57th Place; South on 57th Place to East 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 50th Street; North on 50th Street to Blaine 
Street; East on Blaine Street to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of ; 
the beginning. ■ . M 

Description of SMD 7C03 Boundaries ' 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th 
Street and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 
49th Place; South on 49th Place to Fitch Place; East on Fitch Place to 51st Street; South oh 
51st Street to Cloud Place; East on Cloud Place to Division Avenue; South on Division' 
Avenue to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 50th Street; South on 50th Street to: East- 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to 47th 
Place; North on 47th Place to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 48th Place; North on 
48th Place and continuing north on a line extending 48th Place to the Watts Branch Stream; 
East along the Watts Branch Stream to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the 
beginning 
Description of SMD 7C04 Boundaries '<j 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44tfr 
Street and Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Lee ' 
Street; East on Lee Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Division: 
Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Hayes Street; West on Hayes Street to 51st Street;- 
North on 51st Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 48th Street; South on 48th Street 
to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 46th) 
Street; North on a line extending 46th Street to the north Continuing North on 46th Street! 
to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the ■ 
beginning. j; 

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Description of SMD 7C05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 59th' 
and Foote Street; East on Foote Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to 
Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East 
Capitol Street to 57th Place; North on 57th Place to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 
56th Street; North on 56th Street to Clay Place; West on Clay Place to 55th Street; North 
on 55th Street to Eads Street; East on Eads Street to 59th Street; North on 59th Street to 
the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7C06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division 
Avenue and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Foote Street; West on Foote 
Street to 59th Street; South on 59th Street to Eads Street; West on Eads Street to 55th 
Street; South 'on 55th Street to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest along the Waits 
Branch Stream to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description on SMD 7C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Minnesota Avenue and Eastern Avenue; South on Eastern Avenue to Lee Street; West on 
Lee Street to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Sheriff Road; West on Sheriff, to 45th 
Street; North on 45th Street to Meade Street; East on Meade Street to Minnesota Avenue; 
Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of for ANC 7D Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated. 
Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and Eastern Avenue; 
Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to 
Meade Street; West on Meade Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road;. 
West on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Jay Street; East on Jay 
Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street and continuing south along a line extending 46th 
Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue 
to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Grant Street; East on Grant Street to 46th Street; 
South on 46th Street to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th 
Street to Edson Place; East on Edson Place to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to 47th 
Street; South on 47th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 42nd 
Street; North on 42nd Street to Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Benning Road; 
Northwest on Benning Road to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on 
Grant Street and continuing west along a line extending Grant Street to Kenilworth Avenue; 
Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 
Independence Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th 
Street to East Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to 22nd 
Street; North on 22nd Street to C Street; East on C Street to 19th Street; North on 19th 
Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; 
North-northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

Description for SMD 7D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated. 
Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to its 
intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along the centerline of the 
Anacostia River to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to Independence 
Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to East 
Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to 22nd Street; North on 
22nd Street to C Street; West on C Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to the point 
of the beginning. 

Description for SMD 7D02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Anacostia Avenue and Douglas Street; Southeast on Douglas Street to Kenilworth Avenue; 
Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie 
Helen Burroughs Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its 
intersection with the southeastern extension of the portion of Hayes Street north of 

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Kenilworth Avenue; Northwest along said line to Hayes Street Continuing Northwest»along 
Hayes Street to its intersection with the northwestern boundary of census block 96.024Q02.; 
Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census^ 
block 96.02.1001; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with the northw&sjtH 
boundary of census block 96.02.1000; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with) 
Jay Street; Southeast on Jay Street to Kenilworth Terrace; North on Kenilworth Terrace te 
Lee Street; Northwest on Lee Street to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to Anacostia) 
Avenue; East on Anacostia Avenue to the point of the beginning. ..-'... ^It 

Description for SMD 7D03 Boundaries t 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Eastern 
Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southeast on Eastern Avenue tis 
Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Meade Street; West on Meade Street ; 
to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road; West on Sherriff Road to Minnesota- 
Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on 
Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to Kenilworth Avenue; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue to 
Douglas Street; Northwest on Douglas Street to Anacostia Avenue; Southwest on Anacostia 
Avenue to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Lee Street; Southeast oh Lee Street to : 
Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest, 
along the Watts Branch Stream to the point where it meets the Anacostia River; Northeast^ 
along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. J 

Description of SMD 7D04 Boundaries , 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Benning Road and the centerline of the Anacostia River; East on Benning Road to, 
Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East, 
Capitol Street to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the, 
Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7D05 Boundaries *, 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th 
Street and Grant Street; East on Grant Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street toFbbte: 
Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Edson Place; East on- 
Edson Place to 47th Place; North oh 47th Place to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to East! 
Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its intersections with a line extending 42nd; 
Street south; North along said line to 42nd Street; Continuing north on 42nd Street to 
Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street: to Benning Road; Southeast on Benning Road to 44th 
Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the beginning. ....,■■ 

Description of SMD 7D06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Minnesota Avenue Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street : 
to Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to the point where it | 
extends to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue' 
to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Benning Road; Northwest oh Eienning Road to 42nd 1 
Street; North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on Grant' Street to Minnesota; Ave; 
Continuing west along a line extending Grant Street west to Kenilworth; Northeast' bn 
Kenilworth Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs! 
Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning;! 

Description of SMD 7D07 Boundaries ; ; 

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the point where the Wattsj 
Branch Stream meets the Anacostia River; East along the Watts branch Stream tol 
Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to Jay Street; Northwest on Jay Street to" 
its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1000; Southwest along said 
boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1001; 
Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census 
block 96.02.1002: Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with Hayes Street; 
Southeast on Hayes Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to; 
Benning Road; West on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North on the 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. ^ v ■ 

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Descriptions of ANC 7E Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Texas 
Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; South- 
west on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 
40th Street; Northeast on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. Davis 
Street; Northeast on Ft. Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft. Dupont 
Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Massachu- 
setts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on Ft. Davis 
Drive to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to G Street; East on G Street to Benning 
Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to 1 Texas Avenue; North 
on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning.. 

Description of SMD 7E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and G Street; South on Alabama Avenue to Hilltop Terrace; East on 
Hilltop Terrace to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to H Street; East on H Street to 
Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Reed Terrace; West on Reed Terrace 
to 45th Place; North on 45th Place to Hillside Road; West on Hillside Road to Burns Street; 
Continuing West on a line extending Hillside Road to Ridge Road; Northwest on Ridge Road 
to G Street; East on G Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant Beginning at the intersection of Ft. 
Davis Drive and Ridge Road; South on Ridge Road to its intersection with a line extending 
Hillside Road to the west; East on said line to Hillside Road; Continuing East on Hillside 
Road to 45th Place; South on 45th Place to Reed Terrace; East on Reed Terrace to Southern 
Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylva- 
nia Avenue to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. 
Davis Street; Northeast on Ft. Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft. 
Dupont Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to 
Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on 
Ft. Davis Drive to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st and 
E Street; East on E Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to H Street, 
West On H Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Hilltop Terrace; West on Hilltop 
Terrace to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to G Street; East on G Street to 
51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Texas 
Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 49th Street; South on 49th 
Street to Street Louis Street; South on Street Louis Street extended to Queens Stroll Place; 
East on Queens Stroll Place to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to G Street; West on G 
Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to 
Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th 
Street and East Capitol Street; East on east Capitol Street to Central Avenue; Southeast on 
Central Avenue to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to C Street; East on C Street to 53rd 
Street; South on ,53rd Street to E Street; West on E Street to 51st Street; North on 51st 
Street to Queens Stroll Place; West on Queens Stroll Place to Street Louis Street: Northeast 
on Street Louis Street extended to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st 
Street and Central Avenue; Southeast on Central Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on 

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Southern Avenue to E Street; West on E Street to 53rd Street; North on 53rd Street to C 

Street; West on C Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7E07 Boundaries ; 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Central 7 
Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; Souths 
\tfest on Southern Avenue to Central Avenue; Northwest on Central Avenue to the point .of' 
the beginning. ■•y-n?. 

Description of ANC 7F Boundaries ^ ; , 

Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N;E. and a line extended west fipm! 
Grant Street, N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street* N.E.; Continuing East on h Grp& 
Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast 
on Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, 
N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 
Texas Avenue, S.E.; South on Texas Avenue, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; East on B Street, S,E> 
to Benning Road, S.E.; South on Benning Road, S.E. to G Street, S.E.; West on G Street,! 
S.E. to Ridge Road, S.E.; North on Ridge Road, S.E. to Ft. Davis Drive, S.E.; Southwest on; 
Ft. Davis Drive, S.E. to Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E.; West on Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E. to Randle; 
Circle, S.E.; Clockwise around Randle Circle, S.E. to Minnesota Avenue, S.E.; Northeast oru 
Minnesota Avenue, S.E. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on Croffut Place, S.E. extended to its v 
intersection with the centerline of the Aaacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the 
Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending east from the northern property line 
of the eastern portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a 
westerly direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to its intersection with ; 
19th Street, S.E.; North on 19th Street to Independence Avenue, S.E.; East on Indepen-. 
dence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to 
Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F01 Boundaries 

; Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. and a line extended west from 
Grant Street, N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street, N.E,; Continuing east on Grant Street^ 
N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E: to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast on 
Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, 
N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 
Minnesota Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E;- 
Northwest on Blaine Street, N.E. to 35th Street, N.E.; Continuing Northwest along a line' 
extending Blaine Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. 
to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East 
Capitol Street and Texas Avenue; South on Texas Avenue to E Street; East on E Street to" 
Alabama Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to G Street; West on G Street to Ridge Road; 
Northeast on Ridge Road to E Street; East on E Street to 40th Place; North on 40th Place 
to Burns Street; Continuing north on Burns Street to C Street; West on C Street td Bums 
Place; Northwest on Burns Place to Bums Court; Continuing northwest along a line 1 
extending Burns Place to B Street; Northeast on B Street to East Capitol Street; East on 
East Capitol Street to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD7F03 Boundaries ..,.., 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of B Street) 

- and Texas Avenue; East on B Street to Benning Road; South on Benning Road to G Street;-;; 

West on G Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to E Street; West on E; 

Street to Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. \-v. 

Description of SMD 7F04 Boundaries d 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota 
Avenue and B. Street; East on B Street to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to 37th 
Street; Southwest on 37th Street to Ely Place East on Ely Place to Ridge Road; South on; 

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Ridge Road to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis to Ft. Dupont Drive; West on Ft. Dupont 
Drive to Randle Circle; Clockwise around Randle Circle to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on 
Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East 
Capitol Street and Ridge Road; East on East Capitol Street to B Street; Southwest on B 
Street to its intersection with a line extending Burns Place to the northwest; Southeast on 
said line to Burns Place; Continuing southeast along Burns Place to C Street;' East on C 
Street to Burns Street; South on Burns Street to 40th Place; South on 40th Place to E 
Street; West on E Street to Ely Place; West on Ely Place to 37th Street; North on 37th 
Street to Ridge Road; Northwest on Ridge Road to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 7F06 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and East Capitol 
Street; East on East Capitol Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth 
Avenue, N.E. to its intersection with a line extending Blaine Street to the northwest; 
Southeast on said line to Blaine Street, N.E.; Continuing southeast on Blaine Street, N.E. to 
Minnesota Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Ridge Road S.E.; 
Southeast on Ridge Road, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; West on B Street, S.E. to Minnesota 
Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, S.F. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on Croffut 
Place, S.E. extended west to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; 
North along the centerline of the Anacostia River to point of the beginning. 

Description of ANC 7F07 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street, S.E. and Independence, Avenue S.E.; East on 
Independence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to 
the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the .Anacostia River 
to its intersection with a line extending East from the northern property line of the eastern 
-portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a westerly 
direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to its intersection with 19th 
Street, S.E.; North on 19th Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. 

Description of ANC 8A Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; 
Southeasterly along a line extending to the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia 
Drive; Southeast on Nicholson Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeasterly on Minnesota 
Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing South on Naylor 
Road to Altamont Place; Southwest on Altamont Place to Good Hope Road; Northwest on 
Good Hope Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from said intersection across Fort Stanton Park 
to the intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road; 
Southwest on Pomeroy Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; 
West on Douglass Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton Road to Sheridan Road; North 
on Sheridan Road to Howard Road; Northwest on Howard Street to South Capitol Street; 
Continuing northwest on South Capitol Street to its intersection with the centerline of the 
Anacostia River; Northeast along' said centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
center line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeasterly along a line 
extending to the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia Drive; Southeast on 
Nicholson Street to Minnesota Ave; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to 25th Street; South 
on 25th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to R 
Street; Weston R Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street 
to 16th Street; North on 16th Street and continuing north along a line' extending 16th Street 
to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline 
of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A02 Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection oM6thI 
Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to R Street; 1 East" 
on R Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to S Street; East on S Street to 22nd/ 
Street; South on 22nd Street and continuing south along a line extending 22nd Street to 
Retta Gilliam Court; South along the western portion of Retta Gilliam Court to T Place; 
Southeast on T Place to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 76.05 
2002; Southwest along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 20Q2 to Good Hope' 
Road; West on Good Hope Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Ridge Place; Weislr 
on Ridge Place to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the eastern span of the 11th Street; 
Bridge; Continuing north on said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to its intersection} 
with the centerline of the Ajiacostia River; Northeast along the centering of the Ajiacostia^ 
River to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the south; South along said : 
line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; Continuing south on '16th 'Street to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19tri j 
Street and R Street; East on R Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Q Street; 1 
East on Q Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing southoir 
Naylor Road to Altamont Place; Southwest on Altamont Place to Good Hope ftdad^ 
Northwest on Good Hope Road to its intersection with the western boundary of Census 'BlocK: 
76.05 2002; Northeast along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002 to T Place^; 
West on T Place to Retta Gilliam Court; North along the western portion of Retta Gilliam 1 
Court to its intersection with a line extending 22nd Street from the north; North along/ said 
line extending 22nd Street to 22nd Street; continuing north on 22nd Street to S Street; TVest 
on S Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to the point of the beginning. „ ,..,■ ^ 

Description of SMD 8A04 Boundaries r 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of I9tlf 
Place and Good Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from that; 1 
intersection along a line connecting to the intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West, 
on Morris Road to Bryan Place; North on Bryan Place to Bangor Street; East on Bangor 1 
S.E. to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Butler Street; Northwest on Butler Street to 
the southwest corner of Census, Block 75.03 2001; Clockwise around the boundary of said 
Census Block to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to W Street; East on W Street to its : ; 
intersection with a line extending 18th Street from the north; North along said line to 18th : 
Street; Continuing North on 18th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 19th Place; Northj 
on 19th Place to the point of beginning. ; , : \ 

Description of SMD 8A05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th; 
Street and Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place 1 to 16 Street; South on 16th Street to Good 
Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 19th Place; South on 19th Place to U Street; West, 
on U Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street aMcohimuing south on a line extending 
18th Street to W Street; Northwest on W Street to 16th ; Street; South on 16th Street to its; 
intersection with Census Block 75.03 2001; Counterclockwise around the boundary of said 
Census Block to Butler Street; Southeast on Butler Street to 16th Street; South on 16th 
Street to Bangor Street; West on Bangor Street to Bryan Place; South on Bryan Place io 
Morris Road; Northwest on Morris Road to Bangor Street; Northeast on Bangor Street to 
the alley behind the properties along the east side of High Street; Continuing northeast 
along said alley to Cedar Street; Northwest on Cedar Street to 14th Street; North on 14th) 
Street to the point of beginning. ' , ^ 

Description of SMD 8A06 Boundaries ^ i ^ 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 1 ' 
eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge and the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along; 
said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to 13th Street; Continuing south on 13tli Street* 
to Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Cedar Streets- 
Southeast on Cedar Street, to the alley behind the properties along the east side df High 
Street; Southwest along said alley to Bangor Street; Southwest on Bangor Street to Morris 

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Road; Northwest on Morris Road to High Street; Southwest on High Street to Howard 
Road; Northwest on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Southwest on Bo wen Road to Howard 
Road; Northwest on Howard Road to South Capitol Street; Northwest on South Capitol 
Street to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8A07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howard 
Road and Sheridan Road; Southeast on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Northeast on Bowen 
Road to Howard Road; Southeast on Howard Road to High Street; Northeast on High 
Street to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road; Southwest on Pomeroy 
Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Northwest on Douglas 
Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton Road to Sheridan Road; North on Sheridan Road to 
the point of the beginning. 

Description of ANC 8B Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Altamont Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Southern Avenue; Southwest on 
Southern Avenue to its intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection 
with a line extending south from the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002; North 
along said line to the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002,;Continuing north along 
the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah 
Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to 
Suitland Parkway; Northwest on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with a line extending 
Pomeroy Road to the west; East along said line to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on 
Pomeroy Road to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to 17th Street; Northeast from 
said intersection across Fort Stanton Park to the intersection of Good Hope Road and 22nd 
Street; Southeast on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; North on Altamont Place to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B01 Boundaries 

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Altamont 
Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Good Hope Road; Northeast on Good 
Hope Road to 24th Street; Southwest on 24th Street to Wagner Street; Southeast on 
Wagner Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Ainger Place; Northwest on Ainger 
Place to Bruce Place; Southwest on Bruce Place to Fort Place; Northwest on Fort Place to 
Erie Street; West on Erie Street to 17th Street; Northeast from said intersection of Erie 
Street and 17th Street along a line connecting to the intersection of 22nd Street and Good 
Hope Road; Southeast on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; Northeast on Altamont Place 
to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Good 
Hope Road and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Gainesville Street; West on 
Gainesville Street to Knox Place; Southwest on Knox Place to Hartford Street; West on 
Hartford Street to Langston Place; North on Langston Place to Ainger Place; Southeast on 
Ainger Place to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to 25th Street; Continuing 
north on 25th Street to Wagner Street; Northwest on Wagner Street to 24th Street; 
Northeast on 24th Street to Good Hope Road; South on Good Hope Road to the point of the 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning on the intersection of Bruce 
Place and Ainger Place; Southeast on Ainger Place to Langston Place; South on Langston 
Place to Hartford Street; East on Hartford Street to Knox Place; Northeast on Knox Place 
to Alabama Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to Jasper Street; Southeast on Jasper Street 
to its intersection with the northwest corner of Census Block 74.08 1012; Counterclockwise 
around the boundary of said Census Block to Shipley Terrace; East on Shipley Terrace to 
Buena Vista Terrace; Northeast on Buena Vista Terrace to 30th Street; Southeast on 30th 
Street to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the 
District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to Suitland Parkway; Northwest on 

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Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southwest corner of Census Block 74.07 10Q0;J 
North along the western boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with a line' 
extending Gainesville Street from the west; West along said line extending Gainesville Street' 
to Gainesville Street; Continuing west on Gainesville Street to its intersection with a line'' 
extending 17th Street from the north; North along said line extending 17th Street to 17th > 
Street; Continuing north on 17th Street to Erie Street; East on Erie Street to Fort Place; 
Southeast on Fort Place to Bruce Place; Northeast on Bruce Place to point of beginning. 
Description of SMD 8B04 Boundaries r • I 

.All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Morris^ 
Road and 17th Street; South on 17th Street and continuing south on a line extending 17th ■ 
Street to Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street and continuing east on a line 
extending Gainesville Street to its intersection with Census Block 74.07 1000; South along the 
boundary of said Census Block to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to its 
intersection with a line extending Pomeroy Road from the west; East on said line extending 
Pomeroy Road to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on Pomeroy Road to Morris Road; East 
on Morris Road to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B05 Boundaries i 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. ' Beginning at the intersection of ; 
Alabama Avenue and Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street to Naylor Road- 
Southeast on Naylor Road to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; 
Southwest along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to 30th Street; 
Northwest on 30th Street to Buena Vista Terrace; Southwest on Buena Vista Terrace to 
Shipley Terrace; West on Shipley Terrace to its intersection with the southern corner of 
Census Block 74.08 1012; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to Jasper" 
Street; Northwest on Jasper Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to the 
point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8B06 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to the District of 
Columbia — State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia— State of 
Maryland boundary to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending" 
21st Street from the north; North along said line extending 21st Street to 21st Street; 
Continuing north on 21st Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 23rd Street'; 
Northwest on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of the^ 
beginning. ; 

Description of SMD 8B07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st 
Street and Savannah Street; South on 21st Street to Mississippi Avenue; Continuing south 
t along a line extending 21st Street south to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection 
with a line extending south from the eastern boundary of Census Block 73:04 1003; North' 
along said line extending Census Block 73-04 1003 and continuing north along the eastern 
boundary of said Census Block to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to the point of 
the beginning. : ; < , 

Description of ANC 8C Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and South Gapitol 
Street; South on South Capitol Street to Howard Road; Continuing south on Howard Road 
to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan Road to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road, S.E. to 
Douglass Road S.E,; Southeasterly on Douglass Road, S.E. to Stanton Road, S.E.; South on 
Stanton Road, S.E. to Pomeroy Road, S.E.; Southwest on Pomeroy Road, S.E. to Sheridan 
Road, S.F.; West on a line extending Pomeroy Road, S.E. west to its intersection with 
Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southern: 
boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census' 
Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's- 
Hospital East Campus; Southeast along said property boundary to the southern property 
boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Southwest along said property boundary' 
to its intersection with Alabama Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to llthl 

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Place, S.E.; South on 11th Place, S.E. to Trenton Place S.E.; East on Trenton Place S.E. to 
13th Street, S.E.; South on 13th Street, S.E. to Mississippi Avenue, S.E.; West on 
Mississippi Avenue, S.E. to Wheeler Road, S.E.; South on Wheeler Road S.E. to its 
intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with 4th Street, S.E.; 
South on 4th Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West on Atlantic Street, S.E. to South 
Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Street, S.W.; Northwest on Xenia 
Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. to Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on 
a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersection with the centerline of the 
southbound lanes of Interstate 295; North along said centerline of Interstate 295 to its 
intersection with a line extending Rice Street, S.W. to the east; West along said line to Rice 
Street, S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on 
Duncan Avenue S.W. to McChord Street, S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie 
James Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on 
Tinker Street, S.W. to Arnold Avenue S.W.; Continuing, west on a line extending Tinker 
Street, S.W. to the west on line extending to Tinker Street, S.W. to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the 
Potomac River; North along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a 
centerline projection of the Anacostia River; Northeast along said centerline projection of the 
Anacostia River to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Continuing northeast along the 
centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C01 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and South Capitol 
Street; Southeast on South Capitol Street to Howard Road, S.E.; Southeast on Howard 
Road, S.E. to Interstate 295; Southwest on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line 
extending the southwest property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus to the 
northwest; Southeast along said line to the property boundary of Sheperd Parkway; 
Clockwise around said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to Lebaum Street, S.E.; 
Northwest on Lebaum Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; Southwest on 4th Street, S.E. to 
Newcomb Street, S.E.; Northwest on Newcomb Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.; Continuing 
on Newcomb Street, S.E. to the southwest to 2nd Street, S.E.; South on 2nd Street, S.E. to 
Oakwood Street, S.E.; Southeast on Oakwood Street, S.E. to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West 
on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to its intersection with a line extending Waclark Place, S.E. from 
the south; South along said line extending Waclark Place, S.E. to Waclark Place, S.E.; 
Continuing south on Waclark Place, S.E. to' Raleigh Street, S.E.; East on Raleigh Street, 
S.E. to Ester Place, S.E.; South on Ester Place, S.E. to Brothers Place, S.E.; Southwest on 
Brothers Place, S.E. to Highview Place, S.E.; Southeast on Highview Place, S.E. to Martin 
Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Sterling 
Street, S.E.; Northwest on Sterling Street, S.E. to Raleigh Street, S.E.; Continuing 
northwest on a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest to Interstate 295; North 
on Interstate 295 to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to MacDill 
Boulevard, S.W.; West on MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and continuing west along a line 
extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. west to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of 
Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shore of the 
Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River 
to the southwest; Northeast along said line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River 
and continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Interstate 295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; Southeast along a line connecting said intersection 
to the western-most corner of Census Block 74.01 1039; Southeast along the boundary of said 
Census Block to Wade Road; Northeast on Wade Road to Sumner Road; Southeast on 
Sumner Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue 
to Malcolm X Avenue; West on Malcolm X Avenue to Newcomb Street Northwest on 
Newcomb Street to 5th Street; Southwest on 5th Street to Oakwood Street; Northwest on 
Oakwood Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Newcomb Street; East on Newcomb 
Street to 4th Street; Northeast on 4th Street to Lebam Street; Southeast on Lebaum Street 
to the eastern-most point of the property boundary of Sheperd Parkway; Northeast along 
said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to its intersection with the southwest property 

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boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus; Northwest along said southwest property! 
boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus and continuing northwest along ;a liner 
extending said southwest property boundary to the northwest to its intersection.; : with: 
Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to the point of beginning. ^^ -. it; j 

Description of SMD 8C03 Boundaries ' 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the northern intersection/ 
of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and the property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Campus to' 
Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 11th Place; South on 11th Place to; 
Trenton Place; East on Trenton Place to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Mississippi, 
Avenue; West on Mississippi Avenue to Wheeler-Road; North on Wheeler Road to Wheeler; 
Hill Drive; West on Wheeler Hill Drive to its intersection with a line extending 8th Street' 
from the north; North on said line extending 8th Street to 8th Street; Continuing north oh;l 
8th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to 5th Street; South on 5th Street, 
to Savannah Street; Southwest on Savannah Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; 
Northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Highview Place; Northwest on, Highview 
Place to Brothers Place; Northeast on Brothers Place to Esther Place: North on Esther^ 
Place to Raleigh Street; West on Raleigh Street to Waclark Place; .North on Waclark Place' 
and continuing north on a line extending Waclark Place north to Malcolm X Avenue; East on 
Malcolm X Avenue to Oakwood Street; Northwest on Oakwood Street to 5th Street; 
Northeast on 5th Street to Newcomb Street; Southeast on Newcomb Street to Malcolm X 
Avenue; East on Malcolm X Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin 
Luther King Jr. Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection qf 
Savannah Street and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Trenton Street; West on Trenton} 
Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Atlantic Street; West on Atlantic Street to 1st' 
Street; North on 1st Street to Wilmington Place; Southeast on Wilmington Place to Horner; 
Place; North on Horner Place to Upsal Street; West on Upsal Place to Martin Luther King ■ 
Jr. Avenue; Northeast on Martin Luther. King Jr. Avenue to Savannah Street; Northeast on, 
Savannah Street to the point of beginning. ■,■■:■, 

Description of SMD 8C05 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and Interstate 295; South on! 
Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest;. 
Southeast along said line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to Sterling Street, S.E.; Continuing 
southeast on Sterling Street, S.E. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; South on Martin! 
Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Upsal Street, S.E.; East on Upsal Street, S.E. to Homer! 
Place S.E.; South on Horner Place, S.E. to Wilmington Place, S.E.; Northwest on WCming^ 
ton Place, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West oii- 
Atlantic Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Street, , ( 
S.W.; Northwest on Xenia Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. to- 
Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersection, 
with Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Rice, 
Street, S.W. from the west; West on said line extending Rice Street, S.W. to Rice Street,, 
S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on Duncan 
Avenue, S.W. to McChord Street, S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie James 
Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard, S.W. to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on 
Tinker Street, S.W. and continuing west on a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. west to the 5 
District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the j 
Potomac River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a lirie- 
extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. from the east; East along said line extending MacDiir 
Boulevard to MacDill Boulevard; Continuing east on MacDill Boulevard to the point of; 
beginning. ' /[ 

Description of SMD 8C06 Boundaries ! 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howarcl;- 1 
Road and Interstate 295; South on Howard Road to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan .Road , 

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to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Southeasterly along Douglass 
Road to Stanton Road; South on Stanton Road to Pomeroy Road; West on Pomeroy Road 
and continuing west along a line extending Pomeroy Road west to its intersection with 
Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway, S.E. to its intersection with the southern 
boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census 
Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's 
Hospital East Campus; Northwest along said eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's 
Hospital to its intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther 
King Jr. Avenue to Stanton Road; Northwest on Stanton Road to Wade Road; Southwest on 
Wade Road to its intersection with the eastern boundary of Census Block 74.01 1039; 
Northwest along the boundary of said Census Block to its western-most comer; North from 
said westernmost corner of Census Block 74.01 1039 along a line connecting to the intersec- 
tion of Interstate 295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; East along Interstate 295 to the point of 
beginning. 

Description of SMD 8C07 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and 8th Street; South on 8th Street and continuing south along a line 
extending 8th Street south to Wheeler Hill Drive; East on Wheeler Hill Drive to Wheeler 
Road; South on Wheeler Road to Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to 4th Street; North on 
4th Street to Trenton Street; East on Trenton Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to 
Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of ANC 8D Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and Southern Avenue, S.E.; 
Southwest on Southern Avenue, S.E. to South Capitol Street; Continuing southwest along the 
District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to the District of Columbia— Common- 
wealth of Virginia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac 
River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending 
Tinker Street, S.W. to the west; East along said line to Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James 
Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard to McChord Street, S.W.; East on 
McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice 
Street, S.W.; East on Rice Street, S.W. to Westover Avenue, S.W.; Continuing east on a line 
extending Rice Avenue, S.W. east to its intersection with the centerline of the southbound 
lanes of Interstate 295; South along said centerline of Interstate 295 to its intersection with a 
line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to the west; East on said line extending Atlantic Street, 
S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W. to Xenia Street, S.W.; Southeast on 
Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Atlantic Street, S.E.; 
East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; South on 4th Street, S.E. to Chesapeake 
Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of Chesapeake Street and the District of Columbia- State of Maryland 
boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary to 
Barnaby Road; North on Barnaby Road to Galveston Place; Northwest on Galveston Place 
to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to the 
point of the beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D02 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and 6th Street, S.E.; South on 6th 
Street, S.E. to Galveston Place, S.E.; East on Galveston Place, S.E. to Barnaby Road, S.E.; 
South on Barnaby Road, S.E. to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; 
Southwest along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to its intersection 
with the southern-most point of Census Block 109.00 2002; Clockwise around the boundary of 
said Census Block to its intersection with Irvington Street, S.W.; East on Irvington Street, 
S.W. to, Joliet Street, S.W.; North on Joliet Street, S.W. to 1st Street, S.W.; North on 1st 
Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Livingston Road, S.E.; 
North on Livingston Road, S.E. to 3rd Street, S.E.; North on 3rd Street, S.E. to Livingston 
Terrace, S.E.; East on Livingston Terrace, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; North on 4th Street, 

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S.E. to Chesapeake Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the;- 
beginning. , n 

Description of SMD 8D03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic; 
Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Livingston Terrace; West on Livingston! 
Terrace to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to Livingston Road; North on Livingston Road tb| 
Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to the point of the beginning. '"■[ 

Description of SMD 8D04 Boundaries ■ ) 

. All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Chesapeake Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. 
Avenue to Galveston Street; East on Galveston Street to its intersection with the northwest 
corner of Census Block 109.00 1000; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said Census, 
Block to its intersection with South Capitol Terrace; South on South Capitol Terrace to 
Irvington Street; West on Irvington Street to its intersection with Census Block 109.00 2002 
Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to the District of Columbia - 
State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia— State of Maryland 
boundary to the Commonwealth of Virginian-District of Columbia boundary at the Common- 
wealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River. North along said shoreline of the Potomac; 
River to its intersection with a line extending Magazine Road from the east; East along said 
line extending Magazine Road to Magazine Road Continuing east on Magazine Road to 
Chesapeake Street; Continuing east on Chesapeake Street to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8D05 

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Forrester Street and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to 1st Street; 
South on 1st Street to Joliet Street; Southwest on Joliet Street to South Capitol Terrace; 
North on South Capitol Terrace to its intersection with the southeast corner of Census Block 
109.00 2000; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with 
Galveston Street; West on Galveston Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North ori 
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Forrester Street; East on Forrester Street to the point of 
the beginning. ■ ■' :'.7> 

Description of SMD 8D06 Boundaries 

Beginning at the intersection of Brandywine Street, S.E. and 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st! 
Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Forrester Street,^ 
S.W.; West on Forrester Street, S.W. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W.; North tyi 
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W. to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; East on Chesapeake. 1 
Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to ; Brandywine Stre^, r 
S.E.; East on Brandywine Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. ' t )''\ ^[ 

Description of SMD 8D07 Boundaries "\ J "■' '. 

Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic Street, S.E. and Livingston Road, S.E.;' ''South on 
Livingston Road, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to 1st Street, 
S.E,; North on 1st Street, S.E. to Brandywine Street, S.E.; West on Brandywine Street, S.E.; 
to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; West ori 
Chesapeake Street, S.W. to Magazine Road, S.W.; Continuing west on Magazine Road, S.W. 
and a line extending Magazine Road west to the Commonwealth of Virginia— District of 
Columbia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River. North 
along shoreline of the Potomac River to a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. from the east; 
East on said line extending Tinker Street, S;W. to Tinker Street, S.W.; Continuing east on 
Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard 
to McChord Street, S.W.; East on McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on! 
Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice Street, S.W.;" East on Rice Street, S.W. and continuing east 
along a line extending Rice Street, S.W. east to Interstate 295; South on Interstate 295 to its, 
intersection with a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. from the east; East on said line 
extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W, to Xenia 
Street, S.W.; Southeast on Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol- 
Street to Atlantic Street, S.E., East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to the point of beginnings 

Description of ANC 8E Boundaries 

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All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland 1 
Parkway to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to 23rd Street; South on 23rd 
Street to Savannah Street; West on Savannah Street to its intersection with the western 
boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 South along said western boundary and continuing 
south along a line extending said boundary south to its intersection with Oxon Run; East 
along Oxon Run to its intersection with Southern Avenue; Southwest along Southern Avenue 
to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to its 
intersection with Oxon Run; East on Oxon Run to its intersection with Wheeler Road; North 
on Wheeler Road to Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to 13th Street; North 
on 13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Street 
to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern 
property boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Northeast along said property 
boundary to the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; 
Northwest along said property boundary to its intersection with the southern boundary of 
Census Block 74.01 2001; East along said southern boundary to the point of the beginning 

Description of SMD 8E01 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southwest along said 
southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the property boundary 
of St. Elizabeth's Hospital East Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of St. 
Elizabeth's Hospital to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to Congress Street; 
South on Congress Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street; 
North on 15th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with 
the northeast corner of Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of 
Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North 
on 18th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on 
Stanton Road to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E02 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Suitland 
Parkway and Stanton Road; East on Suitland Parkway to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on 
Alabama Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to Savannah Place; Southwest on 
Savannah Place to 18th Place; Northwest on 18th Place to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on 
Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E03 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning 
at the intersection of 23rd Street and Alabama Avenue; Southeast, on 23rd Street to 
Savannah Street; West on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Alabama 
Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to 18th Place; Southeast on 18th Place to Savannah 
Place; Northeast on Savannah Place to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Alabama 
Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E04 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 
Alabama Avenue and 11th Place; East on Alabama Avenue to Congress Street; South on 
Congress Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street; North on 15th 
Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the northeast 
corner of Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 
1002 to Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending 13th Street 
from the north; North along said line extending 13th Street to 13th Street; Continuing north 
on 13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Place 
to the point of beginning. 

Description of SMD 8E05 Boundaries 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wheeler 
Road and Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to its intersection with a line 
extending 13th Street from the north; South on said line extending 13th Street to Oxon Run; 
East along Oxon Run to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southwest 

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along the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary to 12th Street; North on 12th 
Street to Bellevue Street; Southwest on Bellevue Street to Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler. 
Road to the point of beginning h :-• ' 

Description of SMD 8E06 Boundaries ■ J ; i 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection, of j^th, 
Street and Oxon Run; Northeast along Oxon Run to Wheeler Road; ; Southeast on feeler 
road to Barnaby Street; Southwest on Barnaby Street to Atlantic Street; West pn.Atlg^ticj 
Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to the point of beginning. .,, . (T ; , : ,; V ^^^,^1 

Description of SMD 8E07 Boundaries ^ viilT/ y (J 

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the' 'intersection 'b^th* 
Street and Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to Barnaby Street; Northeast on Barmby ; 
Street to Wheeler Road; Southeast on Wheeler Road to Bellevue Street; Northeast "oril 
Bellevue Street to 12th Street; Southeast on 12th Street to the District of Columbia— State s of 
Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia — State of Maryland boundary 
to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to the 
point of beginning. a \ 

(b) All streets boundaries lie in the center of the street. .,-.:' 

Sec. 3. Applicability of boundaries. ' ■ ■ ■■; 

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the ANC and SMD boundaries set 
forth in section 2(a) shall apply as of January 2,2013. * , Y V ; 

(b) The ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply for purposes of; 
administering the November 6, 2012 election, including determining qualifications for candidal 
cy and the residence of a person signing a nominating petition for the November, 6,. 2012; 
election. : , 

Sec. 4. Succession. 7 ' ; " 

(a) Except as provided in this section, each ANC shall be the successor in interest with' 
regard to any assets, obligations, or agreements of its predecessor previously established by 
law. ■: ■ ; '.- -■■■■■ 

(b) The successor in interest to any agreement with an ANC as of December 31, 2012 shall 
be the ANC within whose boundaries the subject of the agreement is located. For purposes 
of this subsection, the term "agreement" shall include any voluntary agreement executed' 
pursuant to Title 25 of the District of Columbia Official Code, any agreement relating to a 
Planned Unit Development, zoning variance, or special exception, and any agreement relating 
to historic preservation. 

(c)(1) The financial assets of the ANCs in Ward 5 shall be collected on or after December \§ 
2012, by the Chief Financial Officer, who shall then redistribute them on an equal per capita' 
basis to the new ANCs in Ward 5 as soon as practicable after January 2, 2013. - >vA 

(2) The personal property of each of the ANCs in Ward 5 shall be transferred to the new 
Ward 5 ANC within which the property was located in 2012. 

(3) The records of each ANC in Ward 5 in 2012 shall not be destroyed by the 2012 1 ANC 
but shall be transferred to the appropriate ANC having primary interest in the ihtoerto 
which the record relates. The financial records of e&ch ANC in Ward 5 sMi^e^ 
transferred to the District of Columbia Auditor. ^/m!iio\) 

(d)(1) The financial assets of ANCs 2C and 6C shall be collected on or after Dece^bei;f^ 
2012 by the Chief Financial Officer, who shall then redistribute them on an equal per ( capita/ 
basis to the new ANCs 2C, 6C, and 6E as soon as practicable after January kJ^Qliv, 

(2) The personal property of ANCs 2C and 6C shall be transferred to the new AN ( (3s;j2C i5 
6C and 6E within which the property was located in 2012. -nq sdt > >:> 

(3) The records of ANC 2C and 6C in 2012 shall not be destroyed by the 2012 ANQ^but 
shall be transferred to the appropriate ANC having primary interest in the matter to W|hich 
the records relates. .. ' | ); . f)i ^ 

(c) The assets, obligations, and records of each 2012 ANC in Ward 7 shall transfer to^the 
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(f) The Chief Financial Officer, in coordination with the Office of Advisory Neighborhood 
Commissions, shall reapportion the quarterly allotments for the periods on or after January 2, 

2013 based on the requirements of section 738(e) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 824; D.C. Official Code § l-207.38(e)) and the new 
ANC areas established by this act. 

Seci 5. Parking. 

(a) Section 2 of the Residential Parking Protection Pilot Act of 2010, effective October 26, 
2010 (D.C. Law 18-240; D.C. Official Code § 50-2551), is amended by adding a new 
subsection (c) to read as follows: 

"(c) The Program shall not apply within one block of a ward boundary. Streets within one 
block of a ward boundary shall instead be designated so that vehicles displaying a valid 
residential permit for either adjacent ward may park on any such block that was a residential 
permit parking street before the institution of the Program.". 

(b) Section 2411 of Title 18 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (18 DCMR 
§ 2411 et seq.) is amended as follows: 

(1) Section 2411.20 (18 DCMR § 2411.20) is amended to read as follows: 

"2411.20. Vehicles displaying a valid residential parking permit may park on any residen- 
tial permit parking street within one block of any street that serves as a ward boundary; 
provided, that the residential parking permit is valid for a ward on either side of the ward 
boundary street.". 

(2) Section 2411.25 (18 DCMR § 2411.25) is amended by adding a new subparagraph (e) 
to read as follows: 

"(e). The program shall not apply within one block of a ward boundary. Streets within one 
block of a ward boundary shall instead be designated so that vehicles displaying a valid 
residential permit for either adjacent ward may park on any such block that was a residential 
permit parking street before the institution of the program.". 

Sec. 6. Conforming amendments. 

Section 6(b)(2) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 
1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official Code § l-309.05(b)(2)), is amended by striking the phrase 
"144th calendar day" and inserting the phrase "120th calendar day" in its .place. 

Sec. 7. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this act, 
after it becomes effective, to the District of Columbia Board of Elections and the District of • 
Columbia Office of Planning. 

Sec. 8. 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. 9. 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 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 

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JUBILEE HOUSING RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT 

REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION 

CLARIFICATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-158 

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AN ACT to amend Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to clarify thl 
existing tax exemption for certain property owned by Jubilee Housing Inc., or its affiliate," 
which has been developed as extremely low-income housing, and to extend, for an additional^ 
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 to 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 "Jubilee Housing Residential Rental Project Real Property Tax 
Exemption Clarification Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Cqde is amended as 
follows: , . . \ ■■ , : : ; 

: (a) The table of contents is amended by striking the phrase "rental project; Lots 107 arid 
108, Square 2560, and Lot 863, Square 2560." "arid inserting the* phrase "rental project;' Lot 
863 in Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563." in its place. " ■' I ' ' l : 

.■ ■(b) Section 47-4633 is amended asfollows: \ ■,;''-, ■. ■ • ; / ; . ; ; ;: 

(1) The heading is amended by striking the phrase "rental project; Lots 107 arid' 108, 
Square 2560, and Lot 863, Square 2560." and inserting the phrase "rental project; Lot 863 
iri Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563." in its place. , ; 

. (2) Strike the phrase "described as Lots 107 and 108, Square 2560, and Lot 863, Square 
2560, owned by Jubilee Housing Inc.," and insert the phrase "described as Lot 863 in 
Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563, owned by Jubilee Housing Inc.," in its place. 

(3) Strike the phrase "provisions of § 47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009." and insert the 
: phrase "provisions of §§ 47-1005, 47-1007 and 47-1009." in its place. 

(c) Section 47-4628 is amended as follows: \ 

(1) Subsection (b)(1) is amended by Striking the phrase "December 31, 2010" and 
inserting the phrase "December 31, 2011" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by strike the phrase "section, one 6-month extension" and 
. -ihsertirig the : phrase "section, extensions" in its place. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

Section 2(a) and (b) shall apply as of October 1, 2010. , 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statements of the Chief Financial Officer m the 
committee report and of the Budget Director, dated April 17, 2012,, as the fiscal impact 
statements required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 1 
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 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 

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ELIZABETH P. THOMAS WAY DESIGNATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-159 

Act 19-367 

AN ACT to symbolically designate Quackenbos Street, N.W., between Georgia Avenue, N.W., and 
13th Street, N.W., in Ward 4, as Elizabeth P. Thomas Way. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Elizabeth P. Thomas Way Designation Act of 2012". 

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), the Council symbolically designates Quackenbos Street, N.W., 
between Georgia Avenue, N.W., and 13th Street, N.W., in Ward 4, as "Elizabeth P. Thomas 
Way". 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The 1 Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to the 
Office of the Surveyor and to the District Department of Transportation. 

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 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 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



WHERE LINCOLN'S LEGACY LIVES DESIGNATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-160 

Act 19-368 

AN ACT to symbolically designate the public space on the 500 block of 10th Street, N.W., between E 
Street, N.W., and F Street, N.W., in Ward 2, as Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives Designation Act of 2012". 

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 section 407 of the Act (D.C. Official 
Code § 9-204.07), the Council symbolically designates the public space of the 500 block of 
10th Street, N.W., between E Street, N.W., and F Street, N.W., as "Where Lincoln's Legacy 
Lives" and orders that a street sign be placed at the intersection of 10th Street, N.W., and E 
Street, N.W., and at the intersection of 10th Street, N.W., and F Street, N.W., that reads 
"Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives". 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

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The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, after it becomes effective, to 
the District Department of Transportation. 

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

Sec. 5. Effective date. r : ' /[k 

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)(lj), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. '". 1: ' . ; 

APPROVED: May 15, 2012. ',-. J ; .,. ^ .. / , : , •., j "' •■ , '■■ Y ', 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. ,/ ■ P^-. . .•-•■:. - : ■ .:-: m i 



CAPITOL RIVERFRONT BID AMENDMENT ACT OF 20i2 

Law 19-161 



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AN ACT to amend the Business Improvement Districts Act of 1996 to revise the rates] of the 
assessments in the Capitol Riverfront BID. . r ,. 

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Th&'liiS 
act may be cited as the "Capitol Riverfront BID Amendment Act of 2012". 'X^ .., v' 

Sec. 2. Section 208(c)(1) of the Business Improvement Districts Act of 1996, effective 1 
October 18, 2007 (D.C. Law 17-27; D.C. Official Code § 2-1215.58(c)(l)), is amended to read 
as follows: 

"(c)(1) The BID taxes for the nonexempt real properties in the Capitol Riverfront BID 
shall be: 

"(A) $0.16 per square foot for commercial buildings greater or equal to 8,000 square 
feet, and $0.09 per $100 of assessMryalue.foricoJnm 

feet; provided, that the BID tax imposed on any such real property shall not exceed 
$100,000 annually; ^ )Um WfiJ 

(B) $120 per unit for residential units annually; 

(C) $95 per hotel room annually; '■■ ■ ^A " 

(D) $0.16 per square foot for land or buildings with existing a^^ 

storage use; . : ,;,, ,.. ; ( ■ , *■& ' - ;v.::/ . „,,V7„>; .. r^H 

(E) $0.08 per square foot for real property within the new proposed Frederick 
■ Douglass Memorial Bridge right-of-way; and ' ' ' .■* ^ 

"(F) $0.36 per square foot for unimproved land that is up to 88,000 square feet, '^cf'O&S' 
per square foot for unimproved land that is 88,000 to 200,000 square feet, and $0:18 per 
square foot for unimproved land that is greater than 200,000 square feet; provided; that[ 
the BID tax imposed on any such unimproved land shall not exceed $100,000 annually.^ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. ' ' ; 

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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. 4. Effective date. ; „;r,<>^ 

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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), 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)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: May 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



FOSTER CARE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-162 

Act 19-372 

AN ACT to amend the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977 to require the Director of 
the Child and Family Services Agency to offer employment counseling to foster children and 
verify a person's status in foster care when requested; and to amend the District of Columbia 
Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978 to. provide a 10-point hiring prefer- 
ence for a person 18 to 21 years of age who is in foster care or who is within 5 years of leaving 
foster care. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Foster Care Youth Employment Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 303(a) of the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977, effective 
September 23, 1977 (D.C. Law 2-22; D.C. Official Code § 4-1303. 03 (a)), is amended as 
follows: 

(1) Paragraph (16) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(2) Paragraph (17) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a 
semicolon in its place. 

(3) New paragraphs (18) and (19) are added to read as follows: 

"(18) To offer employment counseling to foster children, as defined by section 3803(3) of 
the Adoption Voucher Fund Act of 2000, effective October 19, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-172; D.C. 
Official Code § 4-342(3)), who are ages 18 through 21 years old; and 

"(19) (A) When requested by a foster child or former foster child who is 18 years of age 
or older, to provide a letter verifying the person's status as a foster child or former foster 
child pursuant to section 801 (e-1) of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive 
Merit Personnel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; to be codified at 
D.C. Official Code § l-608.01(e-l)); and 

"(B) To record and track the number of foster children or former foster children who 
request a letter from the Child and Family Services Agency verifying their status 
pursuant to subparagraph (A) of this paragraph.". 

Sec. 3. Section 801 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Person- 
nel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-608.01), is 
amended by adding a new subsection (e-1) to read as follows: 

"(e-l)(l) Notwithstanding any provision of the Human Rights Act of 1977, effective 
December 13, 1977 (D.C. Law 2-38; D.C. Official Code § 2-1401.01 et seq.), an applicant for 
District government employment in the Career Service shall be given a 10-point hiring 
preference if, at the time of application, the applicant: 

"(A) Is within 5 years of leaving foster care under the Child and Family Services 
Agency and is a resident of the District; or 

"(B)(i) Is currently in the foster care program administered by the Child and Family 
Services Agency; and 

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"(ii) Is at least 18 years old and not more than 21 years old, regardless of residency. 

V "(2) An applicant claiming a hiring preference pursuant to this subsection shall submit 
proof of eligibility for the preference by submitting to the hiring authority a letter or other 
document issued by the Child and Family Services Agency or the Family Court of the ; 
Superior Court of the District of Columbia showing that the applicant is or was in foster 
care or showing the date the applicant left court supervision. 

"(3) An applicant who receives a hiring preference pursuant to this subsection and who is 
a resident of the District shall remain eligible to receive any other preference available 
- under this act in addition to the preference received pursuant to this subsection. 

"(4) For the purposes of this subsection, the term "foster care" shall have the same 
meaning as provided in- section 3803(2) of the Adoption Voucher Fund Act of 2000, effective 
October 19, 2000 (D.C. Law 12-172; D.C. Official Code § 4-342(2)). 

"(5) 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 subsection. The proposed rules shall be 
submitted to the Council for a 30-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 30^day review period, the proposed rules 1 shall be 
deemed approved.". > ■ ■ ■ 

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, 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 16, 2012. 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. > 



HILDA H.M. MASON WAY DESIGNATION ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-463 

Act 19-373' :■' -■>■;-/:■■ -■'<■: '■ *).f- 

AN ACT to symbolically designate the 1400 block of Roxanna Road, I^W., in Ward 4, as Hilda H. M. 
Mason Way. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Hilda H.M. Mason Way Designation Act of 2012". , 

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 section 407 of the Act (D.C. Official 
Code § 9-204.07), the Council symbolically designates the 1400 block of Roxanna Road, N.W.* 
as "Hilda H.M. Mason Way". 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a, copy of this act, after it becomes effective, to 
the District Department of Transportation. ■ . , 1 ; 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. ; , ,, ' 

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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)(D), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: May 15, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Law 19-164 

Act 19-374 

AN ACT to amend the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977 to clarify that the Child 
and Family Services Agency need not make reasonable efforts to preserve and reunify the 
family with respect to a parent when a child subject to a petition has been abused by the parent 
and to provide that the agency need not make reasonable efforts to preserve and reunify the 
family when the parent is required to register with a sex offender registry; and to amend An 
Act To provide for the mandatory reporting by physicians and institutions in the District of 
Columbia of certain physical abuse of children to require health professionals to report when a 
child under 12 months of age is diagnosed as having a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Section 109a(d) of the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Act of 1977, effective 
June 27, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-136; D.C. Official Code § 4-130L09a(d)), is amended as follows: 

(a) The lead-in language is amended by striking the word "efforts" and inserting the 
phrase "efforts to preserve and reunite the family" in its place. 

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

(1) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "a sibling or another child" and 
inserting the phrase "the child who is the subject of a petition before the Family Court of 
the Superior Court of the District of Columbia ("Family Court"), a sibling of the child, or 
another child" in its place. i 

(2) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "a sibling" and inserting the 
phrase "a sibling of the child who is the subject of a petition before the Family Court" in its 
place. 

(3) Subparagraph (C) is amended by striking the phrase "a sibling or another child" and 
inserting the phrase "the child who is the subject of a petition before the Family Court, a 
sibling of the child, or another child" in its place. 

(4) Subparagraph (D) is amended by striking the phrase "Family Division of the 
Superior Court, a sibling of such a child, or another child; or" and inserting the phrase 
"Family Court, a sibling of the child, or another child;" in its place. 

(c) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting the phrase "; 
or" in its place. 

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

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"(3) A court of competent jurisdiction has determined that the parent is required! 1 to 
register with a sex offender registry under section 113(a) of the Adam Walsh Child; 
Protection and Safety Act of 2006, approved July 27, 2006 (120 Stat 593; 42 U;SvC, 
16913(a)).". , , )H 

Sec. 3. Section 2 of An Act To provide for the mandatory reporting by physicians and 
institutions in the District of Columbia of certain physical abuse of children, approved 
November 6, 1966 (80 Stat. 1354; D.C. Official Code § 4-1321,02), is amended by adding $ 
new subsection (f) to read as follows: '...-., ■<: <<->\ A . ■•■■■... ,:\ 

"(f) A health professional licensed pursuant to the District of Columbia Health' Occupations 
Revision Act of 1985, effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code 
§ 3-1201.01 et seq.), who in his or her own professional or official capacity knows that a child 
under 12 months of age is diagnosed as having a Petal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder,' Shall 
immediately report or have a report made to the Child and Family Services Agency.". 

Sec. 4. The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Temporary Amendment Act of 2011, 
effective December 13, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-64, 58 DCR 9177), is repealed. .-,,, 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement , ; - ,. v \'. 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. Offtciaf 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 v the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto); a 30-day period of CongreMonlflrefoew' 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 81S; D.C. Official Code § 1-20 6. 02(c)(1)), and publication itf the 
District of Columbia Register. ' .'.!'.. ... i: 

APPROVED: May 17, 2012. ' ; ," W , 

EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. ' \ Mfe 



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AGE-IN-PLACE AND EQUITABLE SENIOR CITIZEN 

REAL PROPERTY ACT OF 2012 ■ ? ;/* ) * 7 

Law 19-165 '''V'.^t* 

Act 19-375 . :..:-.'■' «[) 

AN ACT to amend section 47-863 of the District of Columbia Official Code to amend the definition 
of eligible household to increase the eligible gross adjusted income limit to ,$125,000, the 
definition of household adjusted gross income to use federal income tax as a determinant, and 
the definition of residence to include entitlement to the homestead deduction. ' r ^ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OP THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; ^ha£4jiis 
act may be cited as the "Age-in-Place and Equitable Senior Citizen Real Property, Aqt I of 

2012". 7" A 

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- Sec. 2. Section 47-863(a) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(a) Paragraph (1A)(A) is amended by striking the figure "$100,000" wherever it appears 

and inserting the figure "$125,000" in its place, 

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(b) Paragraphs (2) and (3) are amended to read as follows: 

"(2) "Household adjusted gross income" means the adjusted gross income of all persons 

' residing in a household, as determined by each person's federal income tax year' ending 

immediately before the beginning of the real property tax year during which the deduction' 

provided under subsection (b) of this section shall be applicable, excluding the adjusted 

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gross income of any person who is a tenant by virtue of a written lease for fair market 
value. 

"(3) "Residence" means the principal place of residence in the District of an individual, 
shareholder, or member who is domiciled in the District that is located on a lot that is 
entitled to the homestead deduction 1 provided under § 47-^850 or § 47-850.01 for .the real 
property tax half year to which the deduction provided under subsection (b) of this section 
shall be applicable.". 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

Section 2(a) 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 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 18, 2012. 
EFFECTIVE: July 13, 2012. 



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FISCAL YEAR 2012 REVISED BUDGET REQUEST 
ADJUSTMENT EMERGENCY ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-351 

AN ACT to adjust, on an emergency basis, certain allocations requested in the Fiscal Year 2012 
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 2012 Revised Budget Request Adjustment Emergency 
Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
13, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the fiscal year 2012 budgets for the 
following agencies shall be adjusted by the following amounts^ 

TITLE II— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS— SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 
$14,971,000 (of which $14,971,000 shall be added to local funds), to be allocated as follows: 

Public Education System 

The appropriation for Public Education System is increased by $6,971,000 in local funds, to 
be allocated as follows: 

District of Columbia Public Charter Schools. — $6,971,000 is added to be available from 
local funds. 

Human Support Services 

The appropriation for Human Support Services is increased by $8,000,000 in local funds, to 
be allocated as follows: 

Unemployment Compensation Fund. —$8,000,000 is added to be available from local funds. 

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 29, 2012. 

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Act 19-352 19th Council Period 

FIREARMS EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-352 

AN ACT to amend , on an emergency basis, the Firearms Control Regulations Act of 1975 to define 
"firearms instructor" and allow a person to temporarily possess a firearm while participating 
in a firearms training and safety class; to clarify that a registration certificate may be issued 
to a firearms instructor or organization employing a firearms instructor, or to a person who 
complies with the registration requirements; to provide that a firearms instructor or organiza- 
tion that employs a firearms instructor may register a pistol; to clarify that the requirement to 
demonstrate knowledge of the District's firearms laws is a one-time requirement per applicant; 
to repeal the requirement for a vision test and provide that an individual who is legally blind 
may not register a firearm; to revise the training requirement for firearms registration and 
provide for certain exceptions; to repeal the requirement that each pistol be submitted for 
ballistic identification as part of the registration process; to eliminate the requirement that 
registrants produce photographs and instead require the Chief of Police to take a digitalized 
photograph and fingerprints at the time of registration; to eliminate the requirement that 
registrants submit to a background check eveiy 6 years; to clarify that registration may be 
renewed online, by mail, or in person; to require the creation of a system for registration 
renewal by January 1, 2014; permit the District to temporarily act as a federal firearms 
licensee when one is not commercially available; to extend to January 1, 2014 the date by when 
semiautomatic pistols must be microstamp-ready; to exempt a person who has lawfully 
registered a firearm from certain prohibitions against unregistered ammunition; to allow for 
temporaiy possession of ammunition while participating in a firearms training and safety 
class; to harmonize various provisions in the laws pertaining to firearms; and to make other 

/ technical corrections and clarifications; to amend 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 remove outdated language 
regarding the granting of licenses to carry weapons, to clarify that law enforcement officers 
are hot excepted from the provision prohibiting possession of a firearm while committing 
certain crimes, and to make other technical corrections and clarifications; and to amend 
section 23-1331 of the District of Columbia Official Code to make a technical correction. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Firearms Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. 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 amendedas follows: ■,,,,.;< ■ 

(a) Section 101 (D.C. Official Code '§' 7-2501.01) is amended as follows: . ; , t ,- ; i- .-, ; 

(1) Paragraph (5) is amended to read as follows: 

"(5) "Crime of violence" shall have the same meaning as provided in D.C. Official Code 
§ 23-1331(4).". 

(2) Paragraph (9A) is redesignated as" paragrapii / (9'B). ;i "" J - u:r; ' { l! :;{ [■' ° ,ri - i^'H*- '^ * 

(3) A new paragraph (9A) is added to read as follows: 

"(9A) "Firearms instructor" means- an individual whd f is')^ei^^ r %^he^GJ ! fe&'' ! tdnDe 
qualified to teach firearms training and safety courses.". , 

(4) Paragraph (13a) is redesignated as paragraph (13A). 

; (b) Section 201 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.01) is amended as follows: ■ -^ ^ >-™> : -> ' dT 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: ; . ' , .' , .„ 

(A) Paragraph (2) is 'amended by striking the word "or" at the end. 

(B) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a 
semicolon in its place. ;r 

(C) New paragraphs (4) and (5) are added to read as follows: ■ VI 

"(4) To a firearms instructor, or to an organization that employs a firearms instructor; 
for the purpose of conducting firearms training; or 

"(5) To a person who complies with, and meets the requirements of, this act.". " " ' ' " u 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended as follows: '' ; . : > , i ; ; :; 

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(A) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the word "or" at the end. 

(B) Paragraph (4) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a 
semicolon followed by the word "or" in its place. 

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

"(5) Any person who temporarily possesses a firearm while participating in a firearms 
training and safety class conducted by a firearms instructor.". 

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

"(c) For the purposes of subsection (b)(3) of this section, the 'term "recreational firearm- 
related activity" includes a firearms training and safety class". 

(c) Section 202(a)(4) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.02(a)(4)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the word "or" at the end. 

(2) Subparagraph (C) is amended by adding the word "or" at the end. 

(3) A new subparagraph (D) is added to read as follows: 

"(D) A firearms instructor, or an organization that employs a firearms instructor, for 
the purpose of conducting firearms training.". 

(d) Section 203 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.03) is amended as follows: 
(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

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

"(2) Has not been convicted of a weapons offense (but not an infraction or misdemeanor 
violation under sections 208, 702, 706, or 807) or a felony in this or any other jurisdiction 
(including a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year);". 

(B) Paragraph (4) is amended as follows: 

(i) Subparagraphs (B), (C), and (D) are amended to read as follows: 

"(B) A 'violation of section 806 of An Act To establish a code of law for the District of 
Columbia, approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1322; D.C. Official Code § 22-404), 
regarding assaults and threats, or section 2 of An Act To confer concurrent jurisdiction 
on the police court of the District of Columbia in certain cases, approved July 16, 1912 (37 
Stat. 193; D.C. Official Code § 22-407), regarding threats to do bodily harm, or a 
violation of any similar provision of the law of another jurisdiction; 

"(C) Two or more violations of section 10(b) of An Act To provide for the regulation of 
motor-vehicle traffic in the District of Columbia, increase the number of judges in police ■ 
court, and for other purposes, approved March 3, 1925 (43 Stat. 1124; D.C. Official Code 
§ 50-2201.05(b)), or, in this or any other jurisdiction, any law restricting driving under 
the influence of alcohol or drugs; 

"(D) Intrafamily offense punishable as a misdemeanor, including any similar provision 
in the law of another jurisdiction; or". 

(ii) A new subparagraph (E) is added to read as follows: 

"(E) Misdemeanor violation pursuant to sections 702 or 706;". 

(C) Paragraph (10) is amended to read as follows: 

" "(10) Has not failed to demonstrate satisfactorily, in accordance with a test prescribed by 
'the Chief, a knowledge of the laws of the District of Columbia pertaining to firearms and, in 
particular, the requirements of this act, the responsibilities regarding storage, and the 
requirements for transport; provided, that once this determination is made with respect to 
a given applicant for a particular firearm, it need not be made again for the same applicant 
with respect to a subsequent application for a firearm or for the renewal of a registration 
certificate pursuant to section 207a;". 

(D) Paragraph (11) is amended to read as follows: 

"(11) Is not blind, as defined in section 8(1) of An Act To enable the blind and the 
otherwise physically disabled to participate fully in the social and economic life of the 
District of Columbia, approved October 21, 1972 (86 Stat. 971; D.C. Official Code 
§ 7-1009(1));". 

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(E) Paragraph (13) is amended as follows: 

(i) Subparagraph (A) is amended to read as follows: 

"(A) Has completed a firearms training and safety class provided free of charge by the 
Chief; or". 

(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended to read as follows: 

"(B) Has submitted evidence of any of the following: 

"(i) That the applicant has received firearms training in the United States military; 

"(ii) A license from another state for which firearms training is required, where, the 
training, as determined by the Chief, is equal to or greater than that provided under 
subparagraph (A) of this paragraph; or 

"(iii) That the applicant has otherwise completed a firearms training or safety course 
. conducted by a firearms instructor that, as determined by the Chief, is equal to or 
greater than that conducted under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph; and". 

' (2) Subsection (d) is repealed. 

(e) Section 204 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.04) is amended as follows: 

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

"(a) The Chief shall require any person applying for a registration certificate to be 
fingerprinted in order to conduct an efficient and adequate investigation into the matters 
described in section 203 arid to effectuate the purposes of this act. The Chief shall maintain a 
record of the fingerprints of sufficient quality to enable periodic investigation to ensure 
compliance with section 203.". 

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

"(b) The Chief shall take a digitalized, full-face photograph of each applicant, other than an 
organization, to be included as part of a person's firearms registration application. The photo 
shall be taken simultaneously with the filing of the application.". 

(f) Section 205 (i).G. Official Code § 7-2502.05) is amended by adding a new subsection (c) 
to read as follows: '' ■ ' 

- "(c) Any declaration, certificate, verification, or statement made for purposes of firearm 
registration under this title shall be made under penalty of perjury pursuant to section 401 of 
the District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982, effective December 1, 
1982 (D.C. Law 4-164; D.C. Official f Code §22-2402). Except as : required ., inV, section 
208(a)(1), no document shall be required^ to be ( notarized/'. . : . : ,, : ;■, 

(g) Section 206(b) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.06(^)^^6^6^^'^^ '••>■■ 

' v (h) Section 207a (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.07ap Mended ^'follows: - , v - 

(1) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(A) Designate the existing text as paragraph (1) and redesignate paragraphs (1), (2), 
and (3) as subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C). 

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

"(2) The statement submitted pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subsection shall be on a 
form provided by the Chief that can be submitted online via the Metropolitan Police 
Department website, by mail, or in person.". 

(2) Subsection (d) is repealed. 

■*■ ' (3) Subsection (f) is repealed. ; : ' 

(4) Subsection (g) is amended to read as follows: 

"(g) The Chief shall establish, by rule, a method for conducting the renewal of registration 
certificates for all firearms registered before January 1, 2011. This method shall be 
established before January 1, 2014.". ' '■/,,' 

(5) A new subsection (h) is added to read as follows: 

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"(h) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, no registration certificate shall expire 
and no renewal of a registration certificate shall be required earlier than provided in the rule 
established pursuant to subsection (g) of this section.". 

(i) The heading of section 208 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.08) is amended to read as 
follows: 

"Sec. 208. Duties of registrants; penalties". 

(j) Section 405(4) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2504.05(4)) is amended by striking the word 
"unit" and inserting the word "title" in its place. 

(k) Section 408(b) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2504.08(b)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"January 1, 2013" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2014" in its place. 

(I ) A new section 410 is added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 410. District as federal firearms licensee. 

"(a) "Whenever there is no active federal firearms licensee in the District of Columbia, the 
Mayor may seek from federal authorities a license for the District to act as a federal firearms 
licensee solely for the benefit of any District resident eligible and seeking to obtain a lawful 
handgun. 

"(b) The Mayor shall delegate the authority under subsection (a) of this section to a 
subordinate agency. 

"(c) The District shall act under the license obtained pursuant to subsection (a) of this 
section only until such time as there is an active federal .firearms licensee in the District of 
Columbia. 

"(d) The District may charge a fee to recover the cost of acting as a federal firearms 
licensee pursuant to subsection (a) of this section by charging $125 or its actual costs, 
whichever is less, for each handgun. 

"(e) For the purposes of this section, the term "active federal firearms licensee" means a 
person or business that has applied for and received a federal firearms license pursuant to 18 
U.S.C. § 923 for the purpose of interstate transfer of handguns, and is operating commercial- 
ly in the District of Columbia.". 

(m) Section 503 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2505.03) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "January 1, 2013" wherever it 
appears and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2014" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (c)(1) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "2013 that" and insert the phrase "2014, 'that" in its place. 

(B) Strike the word "unit" and insert the word "act" in its place. 

(3) Subsection (e) is amended by striking the phrase "January 1, 2013" wherever it 
appears and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2014" in its place. 

(n) Section 601(a) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2506.01(a)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (3) is amended to read as follows: 

"(3) He is the holder of a valid registration certificate for a firearm pursuant to Title II 
of this act; except, that no such person shall possess restricted pistol bullets;". 

(2) Paragraph (4) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a semicolon 
followed by the word "or" in its place. 

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

"(5) He temporarily possesses ammunition while participating in a firearms training and 
safety class conducted by a firearms instructor.". 

(o) Section 702 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2507.02) is amended as follows: 

(1) The heading is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 702. Responsibilities regarding storage offirearms; penalties.". 

(2) A new subsection (c-1) is added to read as follows: 

"(c-1) The provisions of section 706 shall not apply to this section.". 

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(p) Section 706 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2507.06) is amended by striking the phrase^Ahy 
person convicted of a violation of any provision of this act" and inserting the phrase "Exdept 
as provided in sections 205, 208, 702, and 807, any person convicted of a violation tffMiy 
provision of this act" in its place. T (i) 

(q) Section 712 (D.C. Official Code § 7-2507.11) is amended by striking the word "unitf/faM 
inserting the word "act" in its place. ; /v >&" 

, (r) Section 801(3) (D.C. Official Code § 7-2508.01(3)) is amended as follows: ,h (|j 

(1) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the word "or" at the end. >■- "'^xtf* 

(2) A new subparagraph (B-i) is added to read as follows: '■.••■■*■ . j^ 

"(B-i) A conviction for a firearms-related violation of the provisions in section 804 ' of 
An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March 3, 1901 
(31 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 22^02) (assault with a dangerous weapon); section 3 
of 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 § 2^-2603,02)) 
(unlawful possession of contraband), or section 8lia(b) of An Act To establish a code of 
law for the District of Columbia, effective May 8, 1993 (D.C. Law 9-270; ' D.C. Official 
Code § 22-2803(b)) (carjacking); or". " /'^ 

(3) Subparagraph (C) is amended by striking the phrase "subparagraph (A) or (B)" an^ 
inserting the phrase "subparagraphs (A), (B), or (B-i)" in its place. 

Sec. 3. An Act To control the possession, sale, transfer and use of pistols and ^o&er 
dangerous weapons in the District of Columbia, to provide penalties, to prescribe rujgs^pf 
evidence, and for other purposes, approved July 8, 1932 (47 Stat. 650; D.C. Official Code 
§ 22-^4501 et seq.), is amended as follows: ; ^ , .. 

(a) Section 1(2A) (D.C. Official Code § 22^501(2A)) is amended as follows: 1 : . V. ':. . 

(1) Strike the paragraph designation "(1)" and insert the subparagraph designation, "(A)" 
in its place. , , 

(2) Strike the paragraph designation "(2)" and insert the subparagraph designation "(B)" 
inits place. 

(3) Strike the paragraph assignation "(3)" and insert the subparagraph designation' "(C)" 
,; inits place. 

(b) Section 2(c) (D.C. Official Code § 22-4502©) is amended by adding the phras'e ; "or a 
dangerous crime" after the phrase "a crime of violence". ;;_;!:: 

(c) Section 3(a)(6) (D.C. Official Code § 22^503(a)(6)) is amendedrto read as follows: 

"(6) Has been convicted within the past 5 years of an intrafamily offense, as defined in 
D.C. Official Code § 16-1001(8), punishable as a misdemeanor, or any similar provisipn in 
the law of another jurisdiction.". . ); l nr . 

(d) Section 4(a) (D.C. Official Code § 22-4504(a)) is amended by- striking the phrase 
"without a license , issued pursuant to District of Columbia law," wherever it appears. 

(e) Section 5 (D.C. Official Code § 22^505) is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 5. Exceptions. , ..-.., ;W 

"(a) The provisions of sections 4(a) and 4(a-4) shall not apply to: ■ ;; ;■ ,. 

"(1) Marshals, sheriffs, prison or jail wardens, or their deputies, policemen or other 'duly 
appointed law enforcement officers, including special agents of the Office of Tax, and 
Revenue, authorized in writing by the Deputy Chief Financial Officer for the Office q£ Tax 
and Revenue to carry a firearm while engaged in the performance of their official duties,' 
and criminal investigators of the Office of the Inspector General, designated in writing "by 
the Inspector General, while engaged in the performance of their official duties; ■■■■'•■ H->) 

"(2) Special police officers and campus police officers who carry a firearm in accordance 
with an An Act Making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government qftthe 
District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred, and for 
other purposes, approved March 3, 1899 (30 Stat. 1057; D.C. Official Code § 5-129.02)*, and 
rules promulgated pursuant to that act; ■■'.'■ :>j J1 

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"(3) Members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps of the United States or of 
the National Guard or Organized Reserves when on duty, or to the regularly enrolled 
members of any organization duly authorized to purchase or receive such weapons from the 
United States; provided, that such members are at or are going to, or from their places of 
assembly or target practice; 

"(4) Officers or employees of the United States duly authorized to carry a concealed 
pistol; 

"(5) Any person engaged in the business of manufacturing, repairing, or dealing in 
firearms, or the agent or representative of any such person having in his or her possession, 
using, or carrying a pistol in the usual or ordinary course of such business; and 

"(6) Any person while carrying a pistol, transported in accordance with section 4b, from 
the place of purchase to his or her home or place of business or to a place of repair or back 
to his or her home or place of business or in moving goods from one place of abode or 
business to another, or to or from any lawful recreational firearm-related activity. 

"(b) The provisions of section 4(a) with respect to pistols shall not apply to a police officer 
who has retired from the Metropolitan Police Department, if the police officer has registered 
a pistol and it is concealed on or about the police officer. 

"(c) For the purposes of subsection (a)(6) of this section, the term "recreational firearm- 
related activity" includes a firearms training and safety class.". 

(f) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code § 22-4508) is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 8. Transfers of firearms regulated. 

"No seller shall within the District of Columbia deliver a firearm to the purchaser thereof 
until 10 days shall have elapsed from the date of the purchase thereof, except in the case of 
sales to marshals, sheriffs, prison or jail wardens or their deputies, policemen, or other duly 
appointed law enforcement officers, and, when delivered, said firearm shall be transported in 
accordance with section 4b. At the time of purchase, the purchaser shall sign in duplicate 
and deliver to the seller a statement containing his or her full name, address, occupation, date 
and place of birth, the date of purchase, the caliber, make, model, and manufacturer's number 
of the firearm and a statement that the purchaser is not forbidden by section 3 to possess a 
firearm. The seller shall, within 6 hours after purchase, sign and attach his or her address 
and deliver one copy to such person or persons as the Chief of Police of the District of 
Columbia may designate, and shall retain the other copy for 6 years. No machine gun; 
sawed-off shotgun, or blackjack shall be sold to any person other than the persons designated 
in section 14 as entitled to possess the same, and then only after permission to make such sale 
has been obtained from the Chief of Police of the District of Columbia. This section shall not 
apply to sales at wholesale to licensed dealers.". 

Sec. 4. Section 23-1331(3)(A) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to read 
as follows: 

"(A) Any felony offense under Chapter 45 of Title 22 (Weapons) or Unit A of Chapter 
25 of Title 7 (Firearms control);". 

Sec. 5. Repealer. 

The Firearms Registration Emergency Act of 2012, effective March 18, 2012 (D.C. Act 
19-324; 59 DCR 12), is repealed. 

Sec. 6. Applicability. 

Section 2(d)(1)(D), 2(d)(1)(E), and 2(e) shall apply as of July 1, 2012. 

Sec. 7. 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. 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 

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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-2'04.12(a)). ' ../■<>:[* 

• APPROVED: May 11, 2012. ^ 



DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION GRANT AUTHORITY 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-353 . ' 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Department of Transportation Establishment Act of 
2002 to authorize the District Department of Transportation to issue grants in excess of $1 
million to the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation for capital improvement at Union 
Station. ' 

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

act may be cited as the "District Department of Transportation Grant Authority Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". '■'■' * 

Sec. 2. Section 3(c) of the Department of Transportation Establishment Act of 2002, 
effective May 21, 2002 (D.C. Law 14-137; D.C. Official Code § 50-921.02(c), is amended by 
adding a new paragraph (3) to read as follows: 

' "(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Director may issue sole source 
subgrants in excess of $1 million to the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation for the 
purpose of improving Union Station; provided, that the grants are federal grants and that 
the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation provides any necessary match.". ; 

, 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 (81 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 11, 2012. ' '..,,j ..,■■.. 



ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSIONS BOUNDARIES TECHNIGiAL 
CORRECTION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 T 

Act 19-370 ^-^ 

-.' ''';•■;''.'. '■■'!' , "" ;::oVi'y ■-: 

AN ACT to amend the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Emergency Act of 2012 and 
the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Temporary Act of 2012 to make changes 
to the boundaries of SMD 3D01, SMD 3D06, ANC 5D, SMD 5D01, ANC 5E, and SMD 5E03. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Technical Correc- 
tion Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

See. 2. Section 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Emergency Act 
of 2012, effective April 8, 2012 (D.C. Act 19-341; 59 DCR 2788), is amended as follows! 

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(a) The boundaries for SMD 3D01 are amended by striking the phrase "South along the 
rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to" and 
inserting the phrase "South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side 
of Foxhall Road to the southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent NW; In an 
easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south 
along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road 
to" in its place. 

(b) The boundaries for SMD 3D06 are amended by striking the phrase "South along the 
rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to" and 
inserting the phrase "South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side 
of Foxhall Road to the southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent NW; In an 
easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south 
along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road 
to" in its place. 

(c) The boundaries for ANC 5D are amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and New York 
Avenue;" and inserting the phrase "Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and the 
southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815;". 

(2) Strike the phrase "Southwest on New York Avenue to the point of the beginning" 
and insert the phrase "Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with the 
northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; 
South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the point of beginning. 

(d) The boundaries for SMD 5D01 are amended to read as follows: 

"All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue 
and the southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 
815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic 
circle to its western intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to 
its intersection with the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as 
Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the 
point of beginning.". 

(e) The boundaries for ANC 5E are amended to read as follows: 

"Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on 
Kenyon Street,- N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue, 
N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island 
Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its 
southernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property 
identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 
814 to its southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue, N.E.; Continuing 
south across New York Avenue N.E. to the northwest corner of the District Government 
property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 
3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at its intersection with Florida Avenue, N.E.; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue, N.E. to New York Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on New York 
Avenue, N.W. to Kirby Street, N.W.; North on Kirby Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; West 
on N Street, N.W. to New Jersey. Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue, N.W. to 
Florida Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.W. to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; 
Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to 
Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street, 
N.W. to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; 
North on Park Place, N.W. to the point of beginning.". 

(f) The boundaries for SMD 5E03 are .amended to read as follows: 

"All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode Island 
Avenue and Summit Place; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the 

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northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; South alqng^the 
western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; -Sp.uth 
along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point >,atj its, 
intersection with New York Avenue; Continuing south across New York Avenue to,,; the, 
northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; 
South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point" : at 
its intersection with Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to Eckington Place; 
North on Eckington Place to R Street; East on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street 
to T Street; West on T Street to Summit Place; North on Summit Place to the point of 
beginning.". 

Sec. 3. Section 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Temporary Act 
of 2012, signed by the Mayor on April 29, 2012 (D.C. Act 19-348), is amended as follows; 

(a) The boundaries for SMD 3D01 are amended by striking the phrase "South along the 
rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to" and 
inserting the phrase "South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side 
of Foxhall Road to the southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent NW; In an 
■easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south 
along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to 
" in its place. 

(b) The boundaries for SMD 3D06 are amended by striking the phrase "South along j:he 
rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to", and 
inserting the phrase "South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side 
of Foxhall Road to the southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent NW; ' In 1 an 
easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing sbtith 
along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to 
"in its place. :■■ - 

(c) The boundaries for ANC 5D are amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and New Yorfc 
Avenue ;" and inserting the phrase "Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and the 
southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815;". 

(2) Strike the phrase "Southwest on New York Avenue to the point of the beginning" 
and insert the phrase "Southwest oh New York Avenue to its intersection with the 
northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 1 8l5; 
South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the point of be^rinihgl 

(d) The boundaries for SMD 5D01 are amended to read as follows: ."!.' v ,' 
"All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avjenue 

and the southwest corner of the District Government; property identified as Square 3584 L.qt 
815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to West Vfrginia-Ayenue; Northeast on West Virginia 
Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise,:around the Montana Avenue traffiq 
circle to its western intersection with New York Avenue;: Southwest on New York Avenue £0 
its intersection with the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as 
Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the 
point of beginning.". , Ul 

(e) The boundaries for ANC 5E are amended to read as follows: -'■', 
"Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W.; East oh 

Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol 
Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan AvemieJ 
N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the 
WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island 
Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 
3605 Lot 837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its 
southernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property 
identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 
814 to its southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue, N.E;j Continuing 
south across New York Avenue N.E. to the northwest corner of the District Government 

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property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 
3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at its intersection with Florida Avenue, N.E.; 
Northwest on Florida Avenue, N.E. to New York Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on New York 
Avenue, N.W. to Kirby Street, N.W.; North on Kirby Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; West 
on N Street, N.W. to New Jersey Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on New jersey Avenue, N.W. to 
Florida Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.W. to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; 
Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W, to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to 
Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street, 
N.W. to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; 
North on Park Place, N.W. to the point of beginning.". 

(f) The boundaries for SMD 5E03 are amended to read as follows: 

"All streets y are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode Island 
Avenue and Summit Place; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with, the 
northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot '837; South along the 
western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South 
along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point at its 
intersection with New York Avenue; Continuing south across New York Avenue to the 
northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; 
South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at 
its intersection with Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to Eckington Place; 
North on Eckington Place to R Street; East on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street 
to /T Street; West on T Street to Summit Place; North on Summit Place to the point of 
beginning.". 

Sec. 4. Applicability. 

(a) This act shall apply as of May 4, 2012. 

(b) Notwithstanding section 4(b) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, 
effective October 10, 1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official Code § l-309.03(b)), these boundary 
changes shall be in effect for the November 6, S012 general election. 

Sec. 5. 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. 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: May 15, 2012. 



BOARD OF ETHICS AND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY ESTAB- 
LISHMENT AND COMPREHENSIVE ETHICS REFORM CLARI- 
FICATION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-371 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability 
Establishment and Comprehensive Ethics Reform Amendment Act of 2011 to clarify that the 
District of Columbia Board of Elections maintains jurisdiction to receive, investigate, and 
abjudicate violations of the Code of Conduct until October 1, 2012, and to clarify the procedures 
for closing out a principal campaign committee. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment, and 
Comprehensive Ethics Reform Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

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Sec. 2. The Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment and Comjife-I 
hensive Ethics Reform Amendment Act of 2011, effective April 27, 2012 (D.C. Law 19-124; V S§ 
DCR 1862), is amended as follows: i:( ^ 

(a) A new section 310a is added to read as follows: v ,^ 

, "Sec. 810a. Fund balance requirements of principal campaign committees. ! ! 

'Within the limitations specified in this act, any surplus, residual, or unexpended campaign: 
funds received by or on behalf of an individual who seeks nomination for election, or election 
to- office, shall be contributed to a political party for political purposes, used to retire the 
proper debts of his or her political committee which received such funds, transferred to a 
political committee, a charitable organization in accordance with D.C. Official 1 Code 
§ 47-1803.d3(a)(8), or, in the case of an elected official, an established constituent services 
fund, or returned to the donors as follows: 

"(1) In the, case of an individual defeated in an election, within 6 months followirig the 
election; ' v ; 

■ "(2) In the case of an -individual elected to office, within 6 months following the election; 
-and '■,■■■ ■, ., ■ ' . 

"(3)' In the case of ah individual ceasing to be a candidate^ within 6 months thereafter;''; 

(b) Section 601(b) is amended by adding a sentence at the end to read as follows: 

"The Elections Board shall enforce Title II, Subtitle C until October 1, 2012, after which 
pending matters shall be transferred to the Ethics Board for enforcement.". 

Sec. 3. Any matter arising after January 29, 2012 from a violation of Title I, Subtitle C of 
the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment and Comprehensive 
Ethics Reform Emergency Amendment Act of 2012, effective January 29, 2012 (D.C. Act 
19-298;, 59 DCR 683), or Title II, Subtitle C of the Board of Ethics and Government 
Accountability Establishment and Comprehensive Ethics Reform Amendment Act of 2012, 
effective April 27, 2012 (D.C. Law 19-124; 59*DCR 1862), may be enforced by the Elections 
Board until October 1, 2012, after which pending matters shall be transferred to the Ethics 
Board for enforcement. 

Sec. 4, 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. 8.13* D.G Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). , y 

Sec. 5. Effective date. <; < - ■ ■ - -v^ 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by ffle 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no^ldhg§J 
than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of J <Soiun%i&4n' 
section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved: December 124^ 197i3L(87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 16, 2012. 



WORKFORCE JOB DEVELOPMENT GRANT-MAKING AUTHORITY 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT OF 2012 

"";-.' ; Act 19-377 \ ■ " ' ::L 

AN ACT to authorize, on an emergency basis, due to Congressional review, the Director of the 
Department of Employment Services to issue grants from funds appropriated to or received by 
the Department of Employment Services for workforce job development purposes. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
&ct may be cited as the 'Workforce Job Development Grant-Making Authority Congressional 
Review Emergency Act of 2012". ■:■"■* 

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Sec. 2. Workforce job development grant-making authority. 

(a) The Director of the Department of Employment Services ("DOES") may issues grants 
to individuals and organizations from the funds made available to the DOES pursuant to local 
appropriations or the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998, approved August 7, 1998 
(112 Stat 936; 29 U.S.C § 2822), for workforce development purposes, including increasing 
occupational skills, job retention, employment opportunities, and earnings of the District's 
workforce pursuant to: 

(1) Section 2 of the Youth Employment Act of 1979, effective January 5, 1980 (D.C. Law 
3^6; D.C. Official Code § 32-241); 

(2) Section 2a of the Youth Employment Act of 1979, effective January 5, 1980 (D.C. Law . 
3^6; D.C. Official Code § 32-242); 

(3) Section 203 of the Way to Work Amendment Act of 2006, effective June 8, 2006 (D.C. 
Law 16-118; D.C. Official Code § 32-752); 

(4) Sections 2102 and 2103 of the Transitional Employment Program and Apprenticeship 
Initiative Establishment Act of 2005, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; D.C. 
Official Code §§ 32-1331 and 32-1332); and 

(5) Section 11 of the Workforce Investment Implementation Act of 2000, effective July 
18,2000 (D.C. Law 13-150; D.C. Official Code § 32-1610). 

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of D.C. Official Code § 47-368.06, grants that may be 
issued pursuant to this section include grants that the Mayor, Director of the DOES, or an 
agency receives through an intra-District transfer, a memorandum of understanding, or a 
reprogramming from an agency lacking grant-making authority. 

• (c) The Director of the DOES may issue rules to implement the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 3. Applicability. 

This act shall apply as of May 21, 2012. 

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. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-204.12(a)). 

APPROVED: May 30, 2012. 



SAVING D.C. HOMES FROM FORECLOSURE ENHANCED 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-378 

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, to provide 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, to provide for 
a new definition for residential mortgage, and to change the Foreclosure Mediation Fund 
provisions to allow mortgage-related or foreclosure-related settlement funds to be transferred 
into the fund and allow those funds to be used for specified mortgage-related or foreclosure- 
related matters. 

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 Enhanced Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". 

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Sec. 2. An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March; 3, 
1901 (31 Stat. 1189; codified in scattered cities throughout 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''; 

(b) Section 539b (D.C. Official Code § 42-815.02) is amended as follows: ,J ^/;; 

(1) Designate the 2nd subsection (e) as subsection (f). \,.^> ... 

(2) Designate subsection (f) as subsection (g). . v , .' : - ; .., ■ V ., , , .;..- 

(3) Designate subsection (g) as subsection (h). ■ ■,.■-.- : '.<■■;:::■:•.■<:;■. , • 

(4) Designate subsection (h) as subsection (i). : : : : ■> \-.SiYH';.. :■'; 

(5) Designate subsection (i) as subsection Q): ■'•■ : <■' V : : , ;^'; i " 

(6) The newly designated subsection (h) is repealed. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' v ' ' 

(7) New subsections (h-1), (h-2), (h-3), and (h-4) are added to read as follows: 

"(h-1) A foreclosure sale of 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. ■ ,iv. >; f 

"(h-2) A borrower shall have the same rights to assert a claim 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. ,/ 7 , );; , .■,;, 

"(h-3) Except as provided in subsections (h-1) and (h-2) of this section, a mediation 
certificate shall serve as conclusive evidence that all other provisions of this ,a"ct t -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.". 

'(c) Section 539c(a) (D.C. Official Code § 42-8l5.03(a)) is amended to read as follows: : 
"(a) There is established as a nohlapsing fund the Foreclosure Mediati6n Fund ("Fund"); 
into which shall be deposited the fees and penalties generated by the foreclosure mediation 
program, the District's share of proceeds from the February 2012 consent judgments between 
the federal government and participating states, and any future, designated settlements or 
funds. The February 2012 consent judgments are with Citibank,, Wells Fargo, Ally Financial 
as successor of GMAC, Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase. - : , /'[' 

"(b) The Fund shall be used for one or more of the ; follQwing purposes; - = ; r , 

"(1) Payment of mortgage-related or foreclosure-related counseling; ... .. a --\ *>^y ■;*■■■■ 
"(2) Mortgage-related or foreclosure-related legal assistance or advocacy; 
"(3) Mortgage-related or foreclosure-related mediation; 

"(4) Outreach or assistance to help current and former homeowners secure* the benefits 
for which they are eligible under mortgage-related or foreciosure-related 1 settlements or 
judgments; and > v ' : 

"(5) Enforcement work in the area of financial fraud or consumer protection.". 

. 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 Distinct 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)). , . .;f 

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2012 Legislation Act 19-379, § 3 

IMMIGRATION DETAINER COMPLIANCE EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-379 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, An Act To create a Department of Corrections in the 
District of Columbia to limit the circumstances under which the District will comply with an 
immigration detainer request from United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Immigration Detainer Compliance Emergency Amendment Act of 
2012". 

Sec. 2. An Act To create a Department of Corrections in the District of Columbia, 
approved June 27, 1946 (60 Stat. 320; D.C. Official Code § 24-211.01 et seq.), is amended by 
adding a new section 7 to read as follows: 

"Sec. 7. District compliance with federal immigration detainers. 

"(a) The District of Columbia is authorized to comply with civil detainer requests from 
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") by holding inmates for an 
additional 24-hour period, excluding weekends and holidays, after they would otherwise be 
released, but only in accordance with the requirements set forth in subsection (b) of this 
section. 

"(b) Upon written request by an ICE agent to detain a District of Columbia inmate for 
suspected violations of federal civil immigration law, the District shall exercise discretion 
regarding whether to comply with the request and may comply only if: 

"(1) There exists a prior written agreement with the federal government by which all 
costs incurred by the District in complying with the ICE detainer shall be reimbursed; and 
"(2) The individual sought to be detained: 

"(A) Is 18 years of age or older; and 

"(B) Has been convicted of: 

"(i) A dangerous crime as defined in D.C. Official Code § 23-1331(3) or a crime of 
violence as defined in D.C. Official Code § 23-1331(4), for which he or she is currently 
in custody; 

"(ii) A dangerous crime as defined in D.C. Official Code § 23-1331(3) or crime of 
violence as defined in D.C. Official Code § 23-1331(4) within 10 years of the detainer 
request, or was released after, having served a sentence for such dangerous crime or 
crime of violence within 5 years of the request, whichever is later; or 

"(hi) A crime in another jurisdiction which if committed in the District of Columbia 
would qualify as an offense listed in D.C. Official Code § 23-1331(3) or (4); provided, 
that the conviction occurred within 10 years of the detainer request, or the individual 
was released after having served a sentence for such crime within 5 years of the 
request, whichever is later. 

"(c) Notwithstanding subsection (b)(2)(B)(ii) and (iii) of this section, a detainer request for 
an individual who has been convicted of a homicide crime, pursuant to An Act To establish a 
code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official 
Code § 22-2101 et seq.), or a crime in another jurisdiction which if committed in the District 
of Columbia would qualify as a homicide crime, may be honored regardless of when the 
conviction occurred. 

"(d)(1) The District shall not provide to any ICE agent an office, booth, or any facility or 
equipment for a generalized search of or inquiry about inmates or permit an ICE agent to 
conduct an individualized interview of an inmate without giving the inmate an opportunity to 
have counsel present. 

"(2) This subsection shall not be construed to establish a right to counsel that does not 
otherwise exist in law.". 

, Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

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The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Immigration 
Detainer Compliance Amendment Act of 2012, passed on 1st reading on June 5, 2012 
(Engrossed version of Bill 19-585), 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. fcvEfective. date. ; ; ( ^ /k 

^Thisadt 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: June 15, 2012. 



FISCAL YEAR 2012 SECOND REVISED BUDGET REQUEST 
EMERGENCY ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 2012 

;. ;'•■■ . Act 19-382 ;. '". ! .; V- , '. ..!■ ^ 

AN ACT to adjust, on an emergency basis, certain allocations l'equested in the Fiscal Year 201SS 
Budget Request Act pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009; 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That tins 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Second Revised Budget Request Emergency 
Adjustment Act of 2012". ..; ^, 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 
13, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the fiscal year 2012 budgets for the 
following agencies shall be adjusted by the following amounts: ? / 

TITLE II— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS— SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 

$70,850,000 (of which $66,500,000 shall be added to local funds and $4,350,000, .added to 
pther funds), to be allocated as follows: ,, '!'',.,• , 

Government Direction and Support > ; i ^ 

The appropriation for Government Direction and Support is increased'by $4,403,000 in local 
funds, to be allocated as follows: * " ; 

,\ (1) Council ,of the District of Columbia. — $403,000 is added to be available from local 
1 funds. \~.y,:y., y - 

- ; (2) Department of General; Services. --$4,000,000 is added to be ayailable; from local 
■ ;: funds. > . .■:■ /,;■■ ■■ - -.' -v . ' ■ .{ ■■ ! j ;v. .': ; \' . : ; 

Economic Development and Regulation , : 

' The appropriation for Economic Development and Regulation is increased by $5,854,000 
(including $3,354,000 in local funds and $2,500,000 in other funds), to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Department of Employment Services. - $1,504,000 is added to be available from local 
.'. funds. .. . . ' ..". , ■ , , : ■ ., .■/:-.. ,.' ; -:'.: : ■ ,■;•■/.. .■ \ ;.-> 

(2) Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. - $2,500,000 is added to be" 
available from other funds; ; •'.■.,. ■"■-'■ : ■ ' 

(3) Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy. - $1,850,000 is added to be available from 
local funds. / ■■>'.' 



2012 Legislation Act 19^382, § 5 

Public Education System 

The appropriation for Public Education System is increased by $27,058,000 in local funds, to 
be allocated as follows: 

(1) District of Columbia Public Schools. — $25,191,000 is added to be available from local 
funds. 

(2) Office of the State Superintendent of Education. - $1,453,000 is added to be available 
from local funds. 

(3) District of Columbia Public Library. - $414,000 is added to be available from local 
funds. 

Human Support Services 

The appropriation for Human Support Services is increased by $10,377,000 in local funds, to 
be allocated as follows: 

(1) Department of Healthcare Finance. - $10,227,000 is added to be available from local 
funds. 

(2) Department of Human Services. - $150,000 is added to be available from local funds 
to fund the fiscal year 2012 cost associated with the Temporary Assistance for Needy 
Families Time Limit Amendment Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading on June 5, 2012 
(Enrolled version of Bill 19-743). 

Financing and Other 

The appropriation for Financing and Other is increased by $21,308,000 in local funds, to be 
allocated as follows: 

(1) Repayment of Loans and Interest. — $1,135,000 is reduced from local funds. 

(2) Non-Departmental. - $22,443,000 is added to be available from local funds. 

Enterprise and Other Funds 

The appropriation for Enterprise and Other Funds is increased by $1,850,000 in other 
funds, to be allocated as follows: 

(1) Housing Production Trust Fund. - $1,850,000 is added to be available from other 
funds. 

Sec. 3, Municipal bond tax delay. 

(a) The Chief Financial Officer shall recognize as fiscal year 2013 revenue $1,100,000 from 
the General Fund of the District of Columbia balance at the end of fiscal year 2012, which 
shall be allocated to fund the fiscal effect of the extension of time, relating to the computation 
of gross income tax, set forth in subsection (b) of this section. 

(b) Section 47-1803.02(a)(l)(B) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by 
striking the phrase "October 1, 2011" and inserting the phrase "January 1, 2013" in its place. 

Sec. 4. Construction with other law. 

Notwithstanding the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public 
Charter Schools and Tax Conformity Clarification Amendment Act of 1998, effective March 
26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-207; D.C. Official Code § 38-2901 et seq.) 9 and 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.), the allocations described in section 2 shall not be construed to 
create an obligation to provide additional funding to any local education agency except the 
District of Columbia Public Schools. 

Sec. 5. Furlough rebate implementation. 

(a) Notwithstanding the Bonus and Special Pay Limitation Act of 2011, effective September 
14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; 58 DCR 6226), a current employee who did not receive 
compensation for at least one unpaid furlough day in fiscal year 2011 pursuant to the 
Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Emergency Act of 2011, effective February 2, 2011 (D.C. 
Act 19-3; 58 DCR 1241), the Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Congressional Review 
Emergency Act of 2011, effective April 27, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-50; 58 DCR 3874), or the 

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Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Temporary Act of 201 1 ? effective May 21, 2011 (D.C. Law 
19-1; 58 DCR 2610), shall receive a furlough rebate in accordance with subsection (b).o^this 
section, unless the employee affirmatively chooses to waive all or any part of the nirjough 
rebate in accordance with subsection (c) of this section. 

(b)(1) A current employee who receives a furlough rebate shall be given a one-time ^lump- 
sum payment in an amount of the current employee's loss of salary or rate attributable to 
unpaid furlough days. -*•.:-. ■ ^ 

(2) A furlough rebate shall not include losses attributable to benefits, reimbursements, 
deductions, or any other additional pay of ' any kind beyond the rate 6f basic pay. 

(3) A furlough rebate shall not be used or counted toward a current employee's 
retirement benefits or otherwise affect the current employee's eligibility for a benefit 
offered by the District government/ 

(c)(1) An employee eligible to receive a furlough rebate may decline to accept all .. or any 
part of the furlough rebate if the employee signs a waiver and files the waiver with the 
Director of Personnel within 30 days after the effective date of this act. l ' ' "'■ 

(2) Once an employee files a waiver pursuant to this subsection, the waiver may not be 
/revoked. '."V 1 : ' \ : ";, ' t -^.'^ v 

■(d) For the purpose of this section, the term "current employee" me.an^ an .employee of the 
District who is employed by the District on the 31st day after the ^effective date of this; act. 

Sec. 6. Fiscal impact statement.,.. ...,, f> r ..,. : . , t - .. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by'secfabn'602^ Rule Act, 

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

Sec.7. Effective date. '■■*■■: un,<..i: 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 December 24, 1973; >(87 
Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § l-204.l2(a)). • ; n j , -hi x. 

APPROVED; June 20, 2012. ■ '■'"''' - : ■ ; ./ ; ,, 



FISCAL YEAR 2013 BUDGET SUPPORT EMERGENCY ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-383 .',' 

AN ACT to enact and amend, on an emergency basis, provisions of law necessary to support the 
fiscal year 2013 budget y ■ > ' i? 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Emergency Act of £012". 

TITLE I. GOVERNMENT DIRECTION AND SUPPORT r! | 

'■';'■ ■ SUBTITLE. A.. [Reserved] ■ , . - ' "' --■'■■;• ^ /,; 

SUBTITLE B. HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN DISTRICT ^ 
CONTRIBUTION AMENDMENT 

Sec. 1011. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Health Benefit Plan District Contribution Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012", 

Sec. 1012. Section 2109 of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit 
Personnel Act of 1978, effective October 1, 1987 (D.C. Law 7-27; D.C. Official 1 'Code 
§ 1-621.09), is amended as follows: . ■■ ■o/T'-^.'i''. 

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(a) Subsection (a) is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "an amount equal to 72%" and insert the phrase "an , amount equal 
to 75%" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "exceed 72%" and insert the phrase "exceed 75%" in its place. 

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

(1) Paragraph . (1) is amended by striking the phrase "exceed 72%" and inserting the 
phrase "exceed 75%" in its place. 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "an amount equal to 72%" and insert the phrase "an amount 
equal to 75%" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "contribute 28%" and insert the phrase "contribute 25%" in its 
place. 

(3) Paragraph (3) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase -"an amount equal to 72%" and insert the phrase "an amount 
equal to 75%" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "contribute 28%" and insert the phrase "contribute 25%" in its 
place. 

(c) Subsection (j) is amended as follows: 

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

.(A) Strike the phrase "an amount equal to 72%" and insert the phrase "an amount 
equal to 75%" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "contribute 28%" and insert the phrase "contribute 25%" in its 
place. 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "shall not exceed 72%" and 
inserting the phrase "shall not exceed 75%"' in its place. 

(d) Subsection (1) is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "an amount equal to 72%" and insert the phrase "an amount equal 
to 75%" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "contribute 28%" and insert the phrase "contribute 25%" in its 
place. 

SUBTITLE C. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES FACILITIES 
SERVICES REQUEST FUND ESTABLISHMENT 

Sec. 1021. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Facilities Service Request Fund Establishment Emer- 
gency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 1022. The Department of General Services Establishment Act of 2011, effective' 
September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; D.C. Official Code § 10-551.01 et seq.), is amended by 
adding a new section 1028a to read as follows: 

"Sec. 1028a. Establishment of the Facilities Service Request Fund. 

"(a) There is established within the General Fund of the District of Columbia a lapsing 
account to be known as the Facilities Service Request Fund ("Fund"). All funds received by 
the Department from non-District government tenants in District government facilities for * 
facility-related services, including maintenance, janitorial, security, construction, or other 
services, provided by the Department in accordance with this subtitle shall be deposited into 
the Fund. 

"(b) All funds deposited into the Fund, and any interest earned on those funds, shall revert 
to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of 
each fiscal year. 

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"(c) The Fund shall be administered by the Department, and shall be used for facility- 
related services at real property owned or leased by the District of Columbia and under the 
control of the Department.". ^ at 

SUBTITLED. PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
RETURN TO WORK CLARIFICATION 

Sec. 1031. Shorttitle. 

This subtitle may be qited as the "Public Sector Workers' Compensation Return to Work 
Clarifying Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". —/ 

Sec. 1032. The District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 
1978y effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-60L01 timq.), is 
amended as follows: •>■-;■ = 

(a) Section 2306(b) (D.C. Official Code § l-623.06(b)) is amended to read as, follows; , . 
"(b)(1) The Mayor shall require each employee receiving benefits under this title to. report 

his or her earnings from employment or self-employment by affidavit, including by providing 
copies of tax documents and authorizing' the^ Mayor, to obtain copies of tax documents, within 
30 days of a written request for a report of earnings. "' ! J ■■■•■■■*. j •■■ i 

"(2) An employee shall forfeit his or her right to workers' compensation with respect to 
any period for which the report of earnings was required if the 1 employee: 1 ; : 

"(A) Fails to file a complete report of earnings within 1 30 days of a written' request for 
, a report of earnings; or < '.v v , .■■;■.:' ■■■■ ' , ■■ , 

"(B) Knowingly omits or understates any part of his or her earnings. v 
■'(3) Workers' compensation forfeited under this section, jf already paid, may be recov- 
ered by a deduction from future workers' compensation payments owed to the employee or 
, otherwise recovered under section 2329. 

"(4) The Mayor shall notify any employee receiving workers' compensation benefits* on 
forms prescribed by the Mayor, of that employee's affirmative duty to report earnings and 
shall specifically notify the employee that a failure to report earnings may subject him or 
her to termination from the program and civil or criminal liability. The notice by the 
Mayor may be satisfied by printing the notice on the employee payee statement portion of 
indemnity check sent to the employee. • 

"(5) For the purposes of this subsection, the term "earnings" includes any cash, wages, 
or salary received from self-employment or from any other employment aside from the 
employment in which the worker was injured. The term "earnings" also includes commis- 
sions, bonuses, and the cash value of all payments and benefits received in any form other 
than cash. Commissions and bonuses earned before disability but received during the time 
the employee is receiving workers' compensation benefits do not constitute earnings that 
must be reported". 

(b) Section 2313(b) (D.C. Official Code § 1-623. 13(b)) is amended by striking the phrase ; 'Tf 
an employee, whose date of hire was before January 1, 1980," and inserting the phrase "If an 
individual," in its place. ! •-■; m ■■■& 

SUBTITLE E. DELINQUENT DEBT RE COVE kY ' ^ (ubh 

gee. 1041. Shorttitle." ^ '"';.' Y ! " ' : '' '' " ''''^'[ZY!'"' "^^'1 * 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Delinquent Debt Recovery Emergency Act 1 of 2012"! ' : ;^ 

Bee. 1042. Definitions. ( ; ' ; ' " ' " ' ' ' ' ' "' "iZZZV^ 

For the purposes of this subtitle, the term: " . ' ' „■ ' ' 

' (1) "Central Collection Unit" means the Central Collection Unit established within the 
' Office of Finance and Treasury of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer to implement 
this act. : " ''''■ v:: ! 

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(2) "Delinquent debt" means any financial obligation owed by a person to a District 
agency that remains unpaid more than 90 days after it was due; provided, that the term 
shall not include tax debts or child-support debts. 

(3) "Delinquent Debt Fund" or "Fund" means the Delinquent Debt Fund established by 
section 1045. 

(4) "District agency" means any District office, department, or agency, including inde- 
pendent agencies, but not including the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. 

(5) "Person" means any natural person, trust, corporation, limited liability corporation, 
partnership, limited liability partnership, or any other business organization. 

Sec. 1043. Responsibility of District agencies to transfer and refer delinquent debt to the 
Central Collection Unit for collection. 

(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, regulation, or Mayor's order, each District 
agency shall transfer and refer delinquent debts to the Central Collection Unit within 60 days 
after, a financial obligation owed by a person to the District becomes a delinquent debt. 

(b) A transfer and referral of a delinquent debt to the Central Collection Unit shall include 
all documentation and information relating to the delinquent debt, including: 

(1) Documents that verify the existence and amount of the delinquent debt; 

(2) The name and last known address of the delinquent debtor; and 

(3) Any notices issued to the delinquent debtor demanding payment. 

(c) The procedure for transfer and referral of delinquent debt by each District agency to 
the Central Collection Unit, including the format and means of delivery of the information, 
shall be established by the Central Collection Unit within 120 days of the effective date of the 
Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading on June 5, 2012 
(Enrolled version of Bill 19-743). 

Sec. 1044. Imposition of costs and fees. 

(a) The Central Collection Unit may prescribe, impose, and collect fees from debtors to 
cover actual costs or expenses associated with the collection of delinquent debt. 

(b) In addition to the authority to impose and collect fees to cover actual costs or expenses 
associated with the collection of delinquent debt, the Central Collection Unit may prescribe 
and impose a fee to be paid by each person who tenders in payment of a financial obligation 
owed to the District, including a tax, assessment, fee, citation, or charge, a check that is 
subsequently dishonored or not duly paid, or whose delinquent debt -is transferred and 
referred to the Central Collection Unit for action. The amount of the fee shall be set by 
regulations established by the Central Collection Unit. 

Sec. 1045. Delinquent Debt Fund. - 

There is established within the General Fund of the District of Columbia a special 
nonlapsing fund known as the Delinquent Debt Fund ("Fund"). Funds allocated to the 
Central Collection Unit through the District's annual Budget and Financial Plan, all delin- 
quent debts collected by the Central Collection Unit, and all fees authorized by section 10,44 
shall be deposited into the Fund; provided, that any funds deposited in the Fund before the 
then-current fiscal year, including any interest earned on such funds before the then-current 
fiscal year, the money remaining in the Fund after the payment of all costs and expenses 
accrued before the then-current fiscal year, less 10% of such remainder, which shall be 
retained as a reserve operating balance, shall be transferred or revert to the General Fund of 
the District of Columbia. All funds deposited in the Fund shall be administered and used by 
the Central Collection Unit, subject to appropriation by Congress, to conduct the authorized 
activities of the Central Collections Unit. 

Sec. 1046. Lien for delinquent debt. 

(a) If a person liable to pay a delinquent debt neglects or refuses to pay the delinquent 
debt after demand by the Central Collection Unit, the amount, including any interest and any 
fees imposed for collection of the delinquent debt that may accrue, shall be a lien in favor of 
the District of Columbia upon all property (including rights to property), whether real or 
personal, belonging to the person, and shall have the same effect as a lien created by 

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judgment. The, lien shall attach to all real or personal property (including rights to property) 
belonging to, or acquired by, the person at any time during the period of the ■/Men. 

(b) The lien imposed by subsection (a) of this section shall be deemed to hate arisen b'n 1 ftie 
91st day after the debt became due and owing to the District and shall continue until the 
delinquent debt is satisfied or becomes unenforceable. , - .{o'ibo ; 

(c) The lien imposed by subsection (a) of this section shall not be valid against a botfa fide 
purchaser for value, holder of a security interest, mechanic's lien, or judgment lien creditor 
until the lien has been filed with the Recorder of Deeds by the Central Collection Unit. 

■(d) Upon transferring a delinquent debt to the Central Collection Unit, a transferring 
agency's authority to file a lien for that debt shall terminate. . _ , : : 

Sec. 1047. Payment plans; discharge of delinquent debt; sale of delinquent- debt; report 
to credit agencies. \ ■ :..■.■'.. ■ , 

(a) Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the Central Collection Unit* in its discretion, 
may:.' ■ ■ ■; .'■■:■■;'■.■ v Vvv ..." ~ , < ; .. ■ 

1j: " (1) Enter into payment plan agreements with persons for payment 'Of delinquent debt; 
provided, that no payment plan shall exceed a term of 5 years; j i; i[ ■ 

(2) Discharge as uncollectible a delinquent debt that is older than 10 years; 

(3) Settle a delinquent debt for less than the full amount owed; : ,v - - 

(4) Report delinquent debts to credit agencies; ' ; 

' "(5) Sell delinquent debt; and ,: " '\,'' i; 

(6) Refer a delinquent debt to the Office of the Attorney General for the District Qf 
, Columbia for civil or administrative collection or enforcement actions. ' / \ ■ ■ ' 

(b) The authority described in subsection (a) of this section shall become effective iupon, the 
issuance of an order by the Mayor delegating the Mayor's authority, pursuant tq ( An ; Act 
Authorizing the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to settle claims and disputes 
against the District of Columbia, approved February 11, 1929 (45 Stat. 1160; D.C, Official 
§ 2-402 et seq.), as is necessary to carry out the purposes of this act. '' ■ ' ' 

Sec. 1048. Suspension of licenses and permits. . ; : 

(a) Each District agency that transfers and refers a delinquent debt of more than $100 to, 
the Central Collection Unit for collection shall, within 5 days of the transfer and referral, 
suspend the granting or issuance of any District license or permit to the delinquent debtor; . 
The suspension shall remain in effect until the Central Collection Unit notifies the appropri- 
ate District agency that the delinquent debt has been satisfied. 

(b) Each District agency that suspends the granting or issuance of a District license or 
permit pursuant to this section shall provide written or electronic notice of the suspension to 
the Central Collection Unit within 5 days of the suspension. ! :, 

(c) The Central Collection Unit shall provide to all bistrict agencies, within 10 days of the 
end of the preceding month, a list of the names of all persons currently subject,to suspension 
of the granting or issuing of a District license or permit, due to delinquent debt of moi;e than 

$100/ . ■ . , ; .,'■ ,,. ; V . " . 7 ' ' - :' . - ,.- -J 

Sec. 1049. Reciprocal agreements. ( f ■' , ' ,r , !i ^ 

The Central Collection Unit may enter into reciprocal agreements for the collection ,o¥ 
delinquent debts with any state, local, or municipal government. .; V '[y, 

. Sec. 1050. Offset of delinquent debt against District employee pay and against contractual 
obligations to District contractors. ,■. ->s; 

(a)(1) The Central Collection Unit may collect delinquent debt from District employees by 
deducting delinquent debt from the biweekly pay of District employees, in an amount, not to 
exceed 10% of an employee's gross biweekly pay, until the delinquent debt is fully satisfied. 

(2) If a District employee's wages are subject to a preexisting attachment or attache 

rrients, the Central Collection Unit shall not exercise its authority under paragraph^!) of 

\, this subsection until the preexisting attachments have been satisfied, in order of priority.; 

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(b)(1) The Central Collection Unit may collect delinquent debt from District contractors by 
deducting the delinquent debt from any amounts owed to a District contractor pursuant to a 
contractual obligation between the District and the contractor. • 

(2) For the purposes of this section, the term: 

(A) "District contractor" includes any person who receives payments from the District 
pursuant to a contract or a grant agreement that requires the grantee to perform 
services in consideration for the payment of the grant amount. 

(B) "Contractual obligation" includes an obligation arising from a contract or a grant 
agreement described in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph that is entered into after the 
effective date of the Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading 
on June 5, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-743). 

(c) The Central Collection Unit may collect delinquent debts by offsetting District tax 
refunds and District lottery winnings against delinquent debts owed to the District. 

Sec. 1051. Consumer protection. 

The Central Collection Unit and any outside parties it engages to collect delinquent debt 
shall fully comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, approved September 20, 1977 
(91 Stat 874; 15 U.S.C. § 1692 et seq.), the District of Columbia Consumer Protection 
Procedures Act, effective July 22, 1976 (D.C. Law 1-76; D.C. Official Code § 28-3901 et seq.), 
and all other federal and District laws and rules that govern collection of delinquent debt. 

Sec. 1052. Report to the Council. 

On or before March 1 of each year, the Central Collection Unit shall issue a report to the 
Mayor and the Council that includes: 

(1) The amount of delinquent debt collected in the preceding fiscal year; 

(2) The amount of uncollected delinquent debt owed to the District; and 

(3) A summary of the efforts made to collect delinquent debt owed to the District and 
the challenges that remain for collecting it. 

Sec. 1053. Rules. 

Within 120 days of the effective date of the Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Support Act of 2012, 
passed on 2nd reading on June 5, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-743), the Chief Financial 
Officer shall issue rules to implement the provisions of this subtitle. 

Part. B. 

Sec. 1054. Conforming amendments. 

(a) Section 1 of An Act To authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to 
prescribe penalties for the handling and collection of dishonored checks, approved September 
28, 1965 (79 Stat. 844; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.11), is repealed. 

(b) Chapter 28 of title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as follows: 

(1) Section 47-2862(a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (5) is amended by striking the word "or". 

(B) Paragraph (6) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; or" in 
its place. 

(C) A new paragraph (7) is added to read as follows: 

' "(7) Owes the District more than $100 in outstanding fines, penalties, or interest.". 

(2) Section 47-2866(a) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "On or before June 1, 2007, the 
Mayor shall implement" and inserting the phrase "Consistent with the Delinquent Debt 
Recovery Emergency Act of 2012, passed on emergency basis on June 5, 2012 (Enrolled 
version of Bill 19-796), and the Delinquent Debt Recovery Act of 2012, passed on 2nd 
reading on June 5, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-743), the Chief Financial Officer 
shall implement" in its place. 

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v.f ■■ ■■;■■ (B.) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "the Mayor" and inserting. the 
phrase "the Chief Financial Officer" in its place. v <n 

(b) Section 105(b) of the District of Columbia Traffic Adjudication Act of 1978, effective' 
September 12, 1978 (D.C. Law 2-104; D.C. Official Code § 50-2301.05(b)), is amended by 
striking the last sentence. -,■;.■ '"'■■■.■ . ,, >. >:? .■■■ 

, . •■ ;■■:■■ , -, . ■. PajtlC. ; ■ ■ ■ r]l " ' : 

Sec. 1055. The District of Columbia Government Comprehensive .Merit Personnel, Act of 
1978,-. effective March 3, 1979 (D.C, Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code ; i 1-601,01 ,.eise®), is 
amended by adding a new section 2905 to read as follows: , ■*..,■. ■..■■■.■■■'■■] ■, ;■;■ ( ■■ ; ; -^ 

"Sec. 2905. Authority to collect infraction fines from responsible District employees. - ft} 

"(a) If a notice of infraction is issued pursuant to section 303 T of;the, District of Columbia 
Traffic Adjudication Act of 1978, effective September 12, 1978 (D.C.Xaw 2-104; D.C. Official 
Code § 50-2303.03) ("Traffic Act"), or section 902 of the Fiscal Year 1997 Budget Support Act 
of ,1996, effective April 9, 1997 (D.C. Law 11-198; D.C. Official Code § 50-2209.02), for an 
infraction committed by a vehicle owned or leased by the District of Columbia government,; 
the responsible individual shall be required to pay any fine or fee imposed as a result of that 
notice of infraction. 

"(b) The responsible individual may challenge any notice of infraction issued for a moving 
violation as provided in Title II of the Traffic Act (D.C. Official Code § 50-2302.01 et seqX or 
any notice of infraction issued for a parking, standing, or stopping infraction as provided in 
Title III of the Traffic Act (D.C. Official Code § 50-2303.01 et seq.), 

"(c) If a responsible individual fails to pay a fine or fee imposed, the period for challenging 
the issuance of the notice of infraction has expired, and there is no final order dismissing the 
.charges that led to the issuance of the notice of infraction, the Mayor may collect the amount 
owed, as provided for in section 2904, or by any other means authorized by law.". 

"(d) For the purposes of this section, the term "responsible individual" means the District 
government employee, contractor, or volunteer who had registered, or signed, to use the 
vehicle that was the subject of the notice of infraction, or who had been assigned to drive the 
vehicle that was> the subject of the' 'notice of infraction, at the time when the notice of 
infraction was issued.". , " ; jV- <>.;■,;.■> 

SUBTITLE F. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT 
BOARD ACTUARIAL METHOD 

Sec. 1061. Short title. , > m s ) ; ,; tv- . : , "■• " </ ..v ■: -f^vl fj;i 

This subtitle may be cited as the "District of Columbia Retirement 'Bo'^d : Adtuaj^j ; 'S^h^d 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". l ; i' "> Mv/H v 1 ■' "n ;sl ;: ; ; - jTW^m^! >^ 

Sec. 1062. Section 133 of the Police Officers, Fire ;( Fighters, and^ Teachers Retirement 
Benefit Replacement Plan Act of 1998, effective September 18^199& (D.C. Law ; 12-152; D.C. 
Official Code § 1-907.03), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 133. Calculation of District of Columbia payment to the Funds, 

"(a)(1) When specified in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the Retirement Board .shall 
engage an enrolled actuary, who may be the enrolled actuary engaged pursuant to' section 
162(a)(4)(A) of the District of Columbia Retirement Reform Act, approved November i ! 7, 1979 
(93 Stat. 885; D.C; Official Code § l-732(a)(4)(A)), to make the following determinations 1 as of 
a specified date on the basis of the entry age normal funding method and in acqordanc^with 
generally accepted actuarial principles and practices with respect to each separate 1 fund 
comprising the Funds: ' ;/ ! T/ 

"(A) The normal cost, determined as a level percentage of covered annual payroll;* 

"(B) The unfunded accrued liability payment; which, for the purposes of this section, 
means the level amount or the level percentage of covered annual payroll that, when 
contributed annually to the Fund for a period of not greater than 30 years, would be 

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sufficient to fund the liability for benefits accrued by participants as of the valuation date 
("accrued liability") in excess of the current value of assets of the Funds ("unfunded 
accrued liability"); 

"(C) The current value of the assets in the Funds; 

"(D) The estimated covered annual payroll; and 

"(E) Such additional information as the Retirement Board may need to make the 
determinations specified in paragraph (4) of this subsection and in subsection (b) of this 
section. 

"(2) Unless the actuary engaged by the Retirement Board pursuant to paragraph (1) of 
this subsection determines that a more frequent valuation is necessary to support the 
actuary's opinion, the actuary shall make the determinations described in paragraph (1) of 
this subsection upon the request of the Retirement Board and at least once every 2 years. 

"(3) On the basis. of the most recent determinations made under paragraph (1) of this 
subsection, the enrolled actuary shall certify to the Retirement Board each year, at a time 
specified by the Retirement Board, the following information for the next fiscal year with 
respect to each separate fund comprising the Funds: 

"(A) The normal cost; 

"(B) The present value of future benefits payable from the Funds for covered 
employees as of the valuation date; . 

"(C) The unfunded accrued liability payment; 

"(D) The current value of assets as of the valuation date; and 

"(E) The value of assets used in developing the amortization of .unfunded accrued 
liability payment. 

"(4) On the basis of the most recent certification submitted by the enrolled actuary under 
paragraph (3) of this subsection, the Retirement Board shall certify the sum of the normal 
cost and the unfunded accrued liability payment ("amount of the District payment") for the 
next fiscal year for each separate fund comprising the Funds. 

"(b)(1) On the basis of the most recent determinations made under subsection (a)(4) of this 
section, the Retirement Board shall, no fewer than 30 days before the date on which the 
Mayor is required to submit the annual budget for the District of Columbia government to 
the Council, pursuant to section 442 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.42), certify to the Mayor and the 
Council the amount of the District payment for each separate fund comprising the Funds. 

"(2) The Mayor, in preparing each annual budget for the District of Columbia 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), and the Council, in adopting each annual budget 
in accordance with section 446 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 801; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.46) shall, for each separate 
fund comprising the Funds, include in the budget no less than the amount of the District 
payment for each separate fund comprising the Funds certified by the Retirement Board 
under paragraph (1) of this subsection. The Mayor and the Council may comment and 
make recommendations concerning any such amount certified by the Retirement Board. 

"(c)(1) Before the enactment of any law, resolution, regulation, rule, or agreement produc- 
ing any change in benefits under a retirement program, the Mayor shall engage and pay for 
an enrolled actuary, who may be the enrolled actuary engaged pursuant to ' section 
162(a)(4)(A) of the District of Columbia Retirement Reform Act, approved November 17, 1979 
(93 Stat. 885; D.C. Official Code § l-732(a)(4)(A)), to estimate the effect of that change in 
benefits over the next 5 fiscal years on the: 

"(A) Accrued liability of the retirement program; 

"(B) Unfunded accrued liability of the retirement program; 

"(C) Unfunded accrued liability payment with respect to the retirement program; and 

"(D) Normal cost with respect to the retirement program. 

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"(2) Whenever any change in benefits under a retirement program pursuant"to< this 
subsection is made to either, but not both; the Metropolitan Police Department or the Fire 
and Emergency Medical Services Department, the Mayor shall engage an enrolled a'etuary 
to perform the same study contemporaneously for the employee group for which the 
change was not made. 

"(d) The Mayor shall transmit the estimates of the actuary to the Retirement Board, the 
Secretary of the Treasury, and the Council, and the change in /benefits shall not become 
effective until the end of a 30-day period of review, which shah begin on the date that the 3 
required transmittals have been effected.". 

Sec. 1063. Applicability. '*'. ; " '; 

.Thissubtitle shall apply as of October 1,2012. ...... . vv; ; , 

SUBTITLE G. FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE AND 
ETHICS REFORM CLARIFICATION 

Sec, 1071. Short title. , ..-,- . 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Financial Disclosure and Ethics Reform Clarification 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". - 

Sec. 1072. The Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment, and 
Comprehensive Ethics Reform Amendment Act of 2011, effective April 27, 2012 (D.C. Law 
19-124; D.C. Official Code § 1-1161.01 et seqj, is amended as follows: l ^ 

(a) Section 224(c) (D.C. OfficialCode § i-1162,24(c)) is amended as follows: ' ■ ' ?i : " 

(1) Strike the phrase "October 2nd" and insert the phrase "May 15th" in its pl4ce. r 

(2) Strike the phrase "October 1st" and insert the phrase "May 15th" in its place, 7 

(3) Strike the phrase "November 2nd" and insert the phrase "June ,15th" in its place, ;; 

(b) Section 225 (D.C. Official Cdde'§ 1-1162.25) is amended as follows: ' ■■'■-.< 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended bystriiahg the i phrase "October 2nd" l arid inserting the 
. phrase "May 15th" in its place. y-^';^.-'^rw> : ^ ■» ; ^- ^r ■. ; 'vv : '-' 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended as follows:' ,! r ,; '■''- V 

(A) Strike the phrase "September 1st" and insert the phrase "April 15th" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase "September 15th" and insert the phrase "May 1st" in its' place; 

(c) A hew section 310a is added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 310a. Fund balance requirements of principal campaign committees. 

. "Within the limitations specified in this act, any surplus, residual, or unexpended campaign 
funds received by or on behalf of an individual who seeks nomination for election, or electton 
to office, shall be: ^,q 

"(1) Contributed to a political party for political purposes; .■■.... , Utm 

- -' "(2) Used to retire the proper debts of his or her political committee that received' 'the 
funds; ■ 'V.M;rn 

"(3) Transferred to a political committee, a charitable organization in ^ accordance with 
D.C. Official Code § 47^1803.03(a)(8), or, in the case of an elected official, an established 
constituent services fund; or . - . . v<>;; - ::) 

,. "(4) Returned to the donors as follows: V ; ' ' '[-w-> > ;1 

; "(A) In the case of an individual defeated in an election, within 6 months following, the, 
election; '" '. ' '.'."'' ' ';' V. ,7'i 

"(B) In the case ■ of an individual elected to office, within. 6 months, following the 
election; and 

"(C) In the case of an individual ceasing to be a candidate, within 6 months thereaf- 

■-■ ■ tef.V- ■ :^V- ■ '. ■ ■■■ ] :■■'■■" 

(d) Section 601 (D.C. Official Code § 1-1164.01) fe amended Sis follows: 

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(1) Subsection (b) is amended by adding a sentence at the end to read as follows: 

"The Elections Board shall enforce Title II, Subtitle C, until October 1, 2012, after which 
pending matters shall be transferred to the Ethics Board for enforcement". 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the phrase "October 1, 2012," and inserting the 
phrase "October 1, 2012, except that the Office of Campaign Finance shall administer and 
enforce the subtitle, including receiving and reviewing the necessary disclosures, until 
January 1, 2013." in its place. 

Sec. 1073. Any matter arising after January 29, 2012, from a violation of Title I, Subtitle C 
of the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Establishment and Comprehensive 
Ethics Reform Emergency Amendment Act of 2012, effective January 29, 2012 (D.C. Act 
19-298; 59 DCR 683), or Title II, Subtitle C of the Board of Ethics. and Government 
Accountability Establishment and Comprehensive Ethics Reform Amendment Act of 2012, 
effective April 27, 2012 (D.C. Law 19-124; D.C. Official Code § 1-1161.01 et seq.), may be 
enforced by the Elections Board until October 1, 2012, after which pending matters shall be 
transferred to .the Ethics Board for enforcement. 

Sec. 1074. Applicability. 

Section 1072(a) and (b) shall apply as of January 1, 2013* 

SUBTITLE H. HOME RULE ACT 40TH ANNIVERSARY 

Sec. 1081.. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Home Rule Act 40th Anniversary Celebration and 
Commemoration Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 1082. Definitions. 

For the purposes of this subtitle, the term: 

(1) "Commission" means the Home Rule Act 40th Anniversary Celebration and Com- 
memoration Commission established in section 1083. 

(2) "Fund" means the Home Rule 40th Anniversary Celebration and Commemoration 
Fund established in section 1085. 

(3) "Home Rule Act" means the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 774; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.01 et seq.). 

Sec. 1083. Home Rule Act 40th Anniversary Celebration and Commemoration Commis- 
sion. 

(a) There is established a Home Rule 40th Anniversary Celebration and Commemoration 
Commission. The purpose of the Commission shall be to coordinate, plan, and promote 
events related to the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the Home Rule Act, and to 
administer the Fund. 

(b) The Commission shall be composed of 5 members, as follows: 

(1) One Chairperson, appointed by the Mayor; 

(2) Two members appointed by the Mayor; and N 

(3) Two members appointed by the Chairman of the Council. 

(c) The members of the Commission shall serve until the sunset of this subtitle. 

(d) A vacancy in the Commission resulting from the death or resignation of a member shall • 
not affect its powers and shall be filled in the same manner in which the original appointment 
was made. 

(e) Each member of the Commission shall serve without compensation; provided, that each 
member may be reimbursed for actual expenses pursuant to section 1108 of th*e District of 
Columbia Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 
2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-611.08). 

(f) A majority of the members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum to conduct 
business. 

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(a) The Commission shall appoint staff as needed who shall be paid from the Fund. ■- ; 

'(b) Upon request of the Commission, the Mayor may detail staff, at no 'cost to the 
Commission, at any time to assist the Commission in carrying out its duties. ■"*'■' 
; Sec. 1085. Home Rule 40th Anniversary Celebration and Commemoration Fund. . 

(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Home Rule Act 40th Anniyersary 
Celebration and Commemoration Fund, which shall be administered by the Commission, to be 
used for the purposes set forth in subsection (c) of this section. 

' '.^ .(b)(1);.' Deposits into the Fund shall include: . /',' ... .:!,;; '; () 

* : (A) Federal funds* if any; j" : • ■ • -^hd 

•'■ (B) Gifts, grants, and donations; and ; f ' ' :■■:■.: -fM 

.'.■' (C) Proceeds from the sale of memorabilia and information related to the ^Otn 

anniversary, of the adoption of the Home Rule Act. '. ■ V^ 

(2) All funds deposited into the Fund, and any interest earned on those funds*, shall nofy 
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 (c) of this section i without regard to fiscal 1 year 
limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. 

(c) The Commission may expend monies in thei^Fund^to celebrate and commemorate the 
40th anniversary of the adoption of the Home Rule Act, including: 

(1) Planning, developing, and executing appropriate programs and activities; . . ; 

(2) Purchasing and selling merchandise related to the Home Rule Act,, such as: _ ,, _ , 

(A) Books; , . ;v ; r; ; 

(B) Pamphlets; ; M : ;, -.. , :: : , 

;v ; ■(C). Memorabilia; or , ./ ^^?- .:■■ .;■; ^; 

(D) Other material; * ' r v , ^ ^ : 

(3) Identifying appropriate displays arid activities to showcase the history of home rule 
-and the quest by residents and officials instrumental in the passage of the Home Rulfe Act 
to gain, self-determination for the District of Columbia; ' 

(4) Identifying possible amendments to the Home Rule Act; \ 

(5) Outlining programs to involve the public in learning more about the Home Rule Act 
and self-determination in the District; )f 

(6) Making grants available, subject to the availability of funds in the Fund, through % 
'■' competitive process, for educational programs to public schools, public charter schools, arid' 

other organizations; 

(7) Encouraging educational, historical, civic, and other organizations to participate In 
the anniversary activities to expand the understanding of the Home Rule Act .and s'elf- 
determination in the District; -■ r^v,(;-- r O:^0 U). 

(8) Assuring that the observances appropriately recognize former 'm'aybrs r M 

of the Council, and other people, who have contributed, to the growth , arid devel^pnient of 
- elected government in the District; f . T - v- ■ ^ >■■ ■'<<■* 

;;J (9) Facilitating other activities, such as receptions, parades, or, festiyals, ,a,nd the provi- 
sion pf food,, snacks, entertainment, and non-alcoholic beverages to the general uuhhft 
participating in the activities; and . .' ', .^ 

- ; (10) Examining the Home Rule Act to determine, the authority that shall be used to 
advance democracy for the District. • . :,,;■,;; <- ■-,, - , - ■,,-'.■■.-. -; T 

Sec; iQ86. Reporting requirement. ; ' i '■ v/ V : ; 7 

(a) Beginning on September 30* 2012, the Commission shall submit quarterly reports tb the 
Mayor and the Council, to include: - r; ' ' p " v ■, 

(1) Ari accounting of the revenue and expenditures of the Commission, including a list of 
each: ,: ;,i ■ 

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(A) Gift, grant, or donation with a value of $100 or greater, and the name, address, and 
occupation of each donor; and 

(B) Expenditure of $100 or greater, including the name and address of the recipient; 

(2) A summary of the proposed activities programs; and 

(3) Any recommendations for legislative or executive action. 

(b) Not later than September 30, 2014, the Commission shall submit a final report to the 
Mayor and the Council that includes: 

(1) A final accounting of the revenue and expenditures of the Commission, including a 
list of each gift, grant, or donation with a value of $100 or greater, and the name, address, 
and occupation of each donor; . 

(2) A summary of the Commission's activities; and 

(3) Any recommendations for amendments to the Home Rule Act. 

Sec. 1087. Implementation. 

The Secretary of the District of Columbia shall be the implementing agency of the 
provisions of this subtitle. 

Sec. 1088. Use of District funds. 

Except as provided in section 1083(e), no local funds shall be used to carry out this subtitle. 

Sec. 1089. Sunset. 

This subtitle shall expire on October 1, 2014. 

SUBTITLE I. COMPREHENSIVE MERIT PERSONNEL AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 1091. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Merit Personnel Clarification and Leave Restoration 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 1092. The District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 
1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-139; D.C. Official Code § 1-601.01 et seq.\ is 
amended as follows: 

(a) Section 902 (D.C. Official Code § 1-609.02) is amended by adding a new subsection (d) 
to read as follows: 

"(d) The provisions of this section shall not apply to employees of the Council of the 
District of Columbia.". 

(b) Section 1203(h) (D.C. Official Code § l-612.03(h)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"20 days" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "30 days" in its place 

SUBTITLE J. ANTI-DEFICIENCY ACT AMENDMENTS. 

Sec. 1101. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Anti-Deficiency Emergencies and Capital Projects 
Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 1102. Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 47-355.01 is amended by adding a new paragraph (2A) to read as follows: 

"(2A) "Emergencies involving the safety of human life or the protection of property" 
does not include ongoing, regular functions of government, the suspension of which would 
not imminently threaten the safety of human life or the protection of property.". 

(b) Section 47-355.02 is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "agency or fund" and inserting the 
phrase "agency, fund, or capital project" in its place. 

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■ (2) Paragraph (2) is amended by 'striking the phrase "unless authorized by law" and 
inserting the phrase "unless authorized by law; provided, that this paragraph shall not 
prohibit the acceptance of voluntary services or employment of personal services exceeding 
that authorized by law during emergencies involving the safety of human life or the 
protection of property" in its place. ! ' ; 

(3) Paragraph (7) is amended by striking the word "or" at the' end. " ; 

1 (4) Paragraph (8) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting the phrase 
"; or" in its place. - - ^/ :. 

(5) A hew* paragraph (9) is added to read as follows: : 

"(9) Make or authorize an expenditure or obligation for one capital project from another 
capital project.". 

SUBTITLE K. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE L, [Reserved] 

TITLE II. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION 

SUBTITLE A, UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATIpN ADDITIONAL 
BENEFITS TRUST FUND STABILIZATION 

Sec. 2001. Short- title. --■ " '^ ^> ■?<- ■ ■ ■ ■'■■ - ■■>'' 

This subtitle may be cited as 'the "Unemployment Compensation Additional Benefits Trust 
Fund Stabilization Emergency 'Amendment [ Act;^o^ :H 

Sec. 2002. An Act To provide for unemployment compensation in the District of Columbia, 
authorize appropriations, and for other purposes, approved August 28, 1935 (49 Stat 946; 
D:C. Official Code § 51-101 etseq.) } is : amended as follows: ■■ ' ?; '■ 

(a) Section 3(c)(8)(C) (D.C. Official Code § 51-103(c)(8)(C)) is repealed. ■-■-*■'- 
V'(b) Section 7(i) (D.C/ Official Code § 51-107(i)) is repealed. / , ^; r V, 

SUBTITLE B. [Reserved] v- i 

SUBTITLE C. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL 

ACCOUNT REVIVAL AMENDMENT ACT ! V 

<i Sec. 2021. v Short title. ■;■ ,■;..- . 

This subtitle may be cited asthe ; "Economic Development Special Account Revival 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2022. The National Capital Revitalizatibn , Corporation and ' Anacostia Waterfront 
Corporation Reorganization Act of 2008, effective March 26, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-138; D.C. 
Official Code § 2-1225.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: '' * : 

, i(a) Section 102(g)(3) (D.C. Official Code § 2-1225;02(g)(3)) Js amended to read m followsv 

"(3) Operating funds transferred pursuant to this subsection shall be deposited into'"the 
, Economic Development Special Account established by section 301.". r ; . '. . . . v , : ... 

(b) Section 301 (D.C. Official Code § 2-1225.21) is revived as of September 14, 2011,/tind 
amended to read as follows: 

. "Sec. 301. Economic Development Special Account. 

;■. ; "(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the Economic Development Special Account 

("Account"), which shall be used solely for the purposes set forth in this section, ' '■■' " ' ; 

"(b)(1) Deposits into the Account shall include: { ' 

"(A) All operating funds transferred from the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation 
Enterprise Fund, Established by section 114 of the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation Act 
of 2004, effective December 7, 2004 (D.C. Law 15-2i9; D.C, Official Code § 2-1223>14); 

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"(B) All operating funds transferred from the National Capital Revitalization Corpora- 
tion Enterprise Fund, established by section 9 of the National Capital Revitalization 
Corporation Act of 1998, effective September 11, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-144; D.C. Official 
Code § 2-1219.08); 

"(C) All fees, revenues, and other income from real property or other assets formerly 
under the authority of the National Capital Revitalization Corporation ("NCRC") or the 
Anacostia Waterfront Corporation ("AWC"), or any of their subsidiaries, which include 
the RLA Revitalization Corporation, Southwest Waterfront Development Corporation, 
Southwest Waterfront Holdings Corporation, and Economic Development Finance Cor- 
poration; 

"(D) Funds authorized by an act of Congress, reprogramming, or intra-District 
transfer to be deposited into the Account; 

"(E) Any other monies designated by law to be deposited into the Account; and 

"(F) Interest on money deposited in the Account. 

"(2) Funds deposited into the Account pursuant to this subsection shall be maintained in 
segregated sub-accounts associated with each revenue source as the Chief Financial Officer 
determines necessary. 

"(3) The funds deposited into the Account, 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 (c) and (d) of this section without regard to fiscal ' 
year limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. 

"(c) Monies credited to the Account shall be allocated annually to the Office of the Deputy 
Mayor for Planning and Economic Development in an aggregate amount that is equal to the 
total deposits and earnings that are estimated to remain unspent in the Account at the end of 
the preceding fiscal year plus all deposits and earnings that are estimated to be received 
during the fiscal year for which the allocation is made. 

"(d) Monies may be used to pay the costs of operating and administering properties and 
programs under the authority of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, 
including properties and programs formerly operated and administered by the NCRC and the 
AWC, to provide economic development assistance, including the provision of grants, loans, 
and credit support or enhancement, and to implement other programs, projects, and 
initiatives that: 

"(1) Are consistent with and in furtherance of the economic development goals or 
activities of the District; 

"(2) Further meeting the requirements of providing jobs for District residents, creating 
affordable housing, and restoring the District's waterways pursuant to Title IV; 

"(3) Support the development of a workforce intermediary pursuant to section 403; or 
"(4) Facilitate the implementation of the environmental standards pursuant to subtitle B 
of Title IV. 

"(e)(1) Fees, revenue, and other income that otherwise would be deposited into the Account 
under this section but that are subject to Community Development Block Grant regulations 
shall be deposited into a segregated sub-account designated for Community Development 
Block Grant funds and shall be subject to applicable reporting to the United States 
Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

"(2) The funds in the segregated, sub-account shall be included as a segregated line item 
in the budget of the Department of Housing and Community Development that the Mayor 
is required to submit to the Council 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), 
and shall be designated for use by the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic 
Development, consistent with the requirements of the Community Development Block 
Grant Program.". 

Sec. 2023. Section 9027(b) of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Act of 2011, effective- 
September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; 58 DCR 6225), is repealed as of September 14, 2011. 

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SUBTITLE D. DEPUTY MAYOR FOR PLANNING AND ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT LIMITED GRANT-MAKING AUTHORITY ^ 

Sec. 2031. Short title. '.'..'. : ' 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development 
Limited GranMVfaking Authority Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2032. The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development shall have^ grant- 
making authority for the purpose of providing: ....,, , 

(1) Fufads in support of the Skylahd project; and \ ■■■■[.•," 

(2) Commercial revitalization services for properties adjacent to, the Styland project. 

Sec. 2033. The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development may make grants 
for fiscal year 2013 as follows: ;^ >; .■•? ■..■■; 

(1) An amount of $100,000 for sector consultants; 

' ;r (2) An amount of $350,000 for local business promotion; ' 

(3) An amount of $75,000; for regional economic development; 

(4) An amount of $50,000 for the Bank on DC program; 

(5) An 1 amount of up to $700>000 for the purpose of providing interior tenant improve- 
'ment assistance to an entity that agrees to operate a table service restaurant at 3220 

Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E., also commonly known as the Penn Branch Shopping Centeri 
and 

v , (6) An amount of $800,000 for the purpose of providing assistance to a mixed-use 

v development located in Ward 7, including 100% affordable housing units supporting former 

Lincoln Heights residents. ■=•...."■ ■:?; 

gee. 2034. The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development shall have granth 
making authority for the purposes set forth in section 2037(c). 

Sec. 2035. (a) There is established as a nohlapsing fund the Neighborhood Parade and 
Festival Fund ("Fund"), which shall be administered by the Deputy Mayor for Planning and 
Economic Development, to be used for the purposes set forth in subsection (c) of this section. 

(b)(1) Deposits into the Fund shall include: ( .....-,' , .,■-.-...,■ 

: - (A) Federal funds, if any; and ' ■'■'"''■■ ^ i : - ■ 

..:.... (B) Gifts, grants, and donations. ,.,. : , , - , ... 

: (2) All funds deposited into the Fund, arid any interest earned on those funds, shall hot 

revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of .the District of Columbia at 

1 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 (c) of this section without regard to fiscal year 

limitation, subject to authorization by Congress. 

-> '(c) The Fund shall be used for" parades, festivals^ and any other .celebrations sponsored by 
a neighborhood or civic associatibiiv . ' 

.-; Sec. 2036, The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development shall have the 
authority to make grants and issue loans for the creation of affordable housing for District 
residents. r '.■■.■. ■ .. tii . ;j 

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SUBTITLE E. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE F. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE G. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE H. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE! [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE J. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE K. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE L. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE M. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE N. HOUSING PRODUCTION AND JOB TRAINING FUNDING. 

Sec. 2131. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Housing Production and Job Training Funding 
Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2132. Section 1 of An Act Authorizing the sale of certain real estate in the District of 
Columbia no longer required for public purposes, approved August 5, 1939 (53 Stat. 1211; 
D.C. Official Code § 10-801), is amended by adding a new subsection (d-4) to read as follows: 

"(d-4)(l) Notwithstanding subsections (a) through (d) and subsection (e) of this section, the 
Mayor shall dispose of the property located at 35-41 K Street, N.E., designated for tax and 
assessment purposes as Lot 0838 in Square 0675 ("K Street property"), through a solicitation 
to be issued no later than October 1, 2013; provided, that if the contingency set forth in 
paragraph (2)(B) of this subsection is met, the Mayor may dispose of the K Street property 
through a solicitation to be issued no later than October 1, 2013. 

"(2)(A) Except as provided in paragraph (3) of this subsection, the net proceeds from the 
disposition by sale, as authorized by subsection (b)(8) of this section, of the K Street 
property shall be deposited into 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) ("HPTF"), unless the HPTF has been fully funded 
pursuant to subparagraph (B) of this paragraph and paragraph (3) of this subsection. 

"(B) If, before the K Street property disposition, the Chief Financial Officer certifies 
that there is revenue available to fund section 10002(a)(4) of the Revised Revenue 
Estimate Contingency Priority List Act of 2012, passed on May 8, 2012 (Enrolled version 
of Bill 19-743) ("priority number 4"), the certified available revenue shall be deposited 
into the HPTF. 

"(3) If, after the K Street property disposition and the deposit of the net proceeds into 
the HPTF, the Chief Financial Officer certifies that there is revenue available to fund 
priority number 4, the certified available revenue, less any shortfall of the $18 million 
provided for in priority number 4 that was not deposited into the HPTF, which shall be 
deposited into the HPTF, shall be available to fund NoMa in accordance with priority 
number 4.". 

Sec. 2133. The Chief Financial Officer shall recognize $550,000 of the local funds revenue 
certified for fiscal year 2012 in the revised revenue estimate of the Chief Financial Officer 
dated February 29, 2012, as fiscal year 2013 revenue for adult job training under the Office of 
the State Superintendent of Education. 

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SUBTITLE 0. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE P. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, S.E., RETAIL PRIORITY AREA 

Sec. 2151. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E., Retail Priority Area 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2152. Section 4 of the Retail Incentive Act of 2004,: effective September 8, 2004 (D.C. 
Law 15-185; D.C. Official Code § 2-1217.73), is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (b)(2) is amended by striking the phrase "$30 million" and inserting the 
phrase "$25 million" in its place. ; -i ; - , , / r,t i, : "> t 

(b) A new subsection (b-1) is added to read as follows: ■■■ 

"(b-1) The maximum aggregate principal amount of bonds, that may be issued with, respect, 
to the Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E., Retail Priority Area, approved by the Council in section 
3(6) of the Great Streets Neighborhood Retail Priority Areas Approval Resolution ;of 20Q7, ; 
effective July 10, 2007 (Res. 17-257; 54 DCR 7194), is increased from $10 million to $15 
million.". '■■ ■ ' -.'■'■ ■'- ■'■■■' '- *'■■ -■ : " ' ■ ...■';■ ■■■-■•'■'<•■■ 'MV ^ 

SUBTITLE Q. H STREET NE RETAIL PRIORITY AREA AMENDMENTS^ 

Sec. 2161. Short Title. ■ ' ^/.m. 

This subtitle' may be cited as the "H Street NE Retail Priority Area Incentive Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". "-. -^.^ 

; Sec. 2162. The H Street NE Retail Priority Area Incentive Act of 2010, effective April £, 
2011 (D.C. Law 18-704; D.C. Official Code § 1-325.171 et seq.\ is amended as^llows: 

(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 1-325.171) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (6) is amended, fey adding the phrase "or services" after thejphrase 
"personal property". , < : r ... , F . ; j ( ,., 

(b) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code §; 1-325.173) is, amended as follows: '';' l . 

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

"(b) Eligible development projects shall include busmesses engaged in the sale of home 
furnishings, apparel, books, art, groceries, and general merchandise to' specialized customers 
or service-oriented businesses providing a. direct service to specialized customers of artistic 
endeavors, such as art galleries, theaters, or performing arts centers. Special consideration 
shall be given to businesses that include entrepreneurial and innovative retail elements. 
Eligible retail development projects shall not include liquor stores,, restaurants, nightclubs, 
phone stores, or businesses with 20 or more locations in the United States.". ...'■,' 

(2) Subsection (c)(3) is repealed. 






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- SUBTITLE R. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE S. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE T. [Reserved] 

TITLE III. PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUSTICE 

SUBTITLE A. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE B. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE C [Reserved] 

SUBTITLED. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE E. OFFICE OF UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 
E-911 FUND CLARIFICATION 

Sec. 3041. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Office of Unified Communications E-911 Fund Clarifica- 
tion Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 3042. 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 § 34-1801 
et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 603(a) (D.C. Official Code § 34-1802(a)) is amended as follows: 

(1) Strike the phrase "The Fund shall be funded by a tax imposed under sections 604 
and 604b" and insert the phrase "The Fund shall be funded by a tax imposed under 604, 
604a, and 604b" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "All monies deposited into the Fund shall not revert to the General 
Fund of the District of Columbia" and insert the phrase "All monies deposited into the 
Fund shall not revert to, or be transferred to, the General Fund of the District of 
Columbia" in its place. 

(b) A new section 604a is added to read as follows: 
"Sec. 604a. Additional revenues. 

"(a) All revenues from the following sources shall be deposited into the Fund: 
"(1) Steam (including arrearage payments) for the Correctional Treatment Facility 

received by the District since October 1, 2007; and 
"(2) Aggregate revenues in excess of $88 million received in any one fiscal year 

beginning on or after October 1, 2012, from fines paid due to automated photo enforcement; 

except, that in fiscal year 2014, it shall be in excess of $92.5 million.". 

Sec. 3043. Funds transfer. 

(a) Section 802(a) of the Fiscal Year 2011 Transfer of Special Purpose Funds Act of 2010, 
effective April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-370; 58 DCR 1008), is amended by striking the "472,000" 
transfer from the 911 and 311 Assessment Fund (1630) within the Office of Unified 
Communications (UCO) from the column entitled "FY 2012". 

(b) The source of funding for subsection (a) of this section shall be $472,000 of the local 
funds revenues certified for fiscal year 2012 in the revised revenue estimate of the Chief 
Financial Officer dated February 29, 2012. 

SUBTITLE F. FLEET REPLACEMENT, METROPOLITAN 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Sec. 3051. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "MPD Fleet Replacement Funding Designation Emergen- 
cy Act of 2012". 

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Sec. 3052. The Chief Financial Officer shall recognize $4,270,000 of the local funds 
revenues certified' for fiscal year 2012 in the revised revenue estimate of the Chief Financial 
Officer dated February 29, 2012 as fiscal year 2013 revenue for paygo funds to replace 
Metropolitan Police Department vehicles. 

TITLE IV; PUBLIC EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES 

SUBTITLE A. FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
AND PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS 

Sec. 4001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Funding for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools 
Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". , 

Sec. 4002. The Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public ' Schools and Public 
Charter Schools>and Tax Conformity Clarification Amendment Act r of 1998, effective March 
26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-207; D,C. Official Code § 38-2901 et seq.\ is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 104 (D.C. Official Code § 38-2903) is amended by striking the phrase "$8,945 
per student for fiscal year 2012" and inserting the phrase "$9,124 per student for fiscal year 
2013" in its place; - ■ v^'r^-il-^iV:::;-^ *■■.: : . '■■ , ■■■■■<.-. "I 1 ■ ■ 

'(b) Section 105 (D.C. Official Code § 38-2904) is amended by stnkihg the tabular array anS' 
inserting the i following chart In itsplaeer" '*'"■'■■ ■■• ■'.' - J ' 



Grade Level 


Weighting 


_ . Per Pupil ■ 
Allocation in 
FY 2013 


iPre-SiihooT 


1.34 


$12,226 


Pre-Kindergarten 


1.30 , 


$11,861 


Kindergarten ,'".■'"' 


1.30 


$11,861 


Grades 1-3 


1,00 ; : 


$9,124 


Grades 4-5 


1.00 


$9,124 .,... ,. 


Grades 6-8 


1.03 


,.....$9,398 


Grades 9-12 


1.16 


. $10,584,.,..,, 


■ ,^ ; . : . ... , k ; ... ^ _• ... ... ., . ... t ..... .... 


■ . .Alternative program 


U7 


,. 5! . $10,675 '...,,. ,.,„.,„ r: . , 


Special education school 


1.17 


;.. $10,675 .,;.:. ■■;•....,-,■ , 


Adult 


0.75 .;, 


: \, $6,843 , )fi v. ■,-,■; ■..,,,:..,. 



(c) Section 106(c) (D.C. Official Code § 38^2905^)) is amended to read as follows: !l> >! " 
"(c) The supplemental allocations shall be calculated by applying weightings to the founda- 
tion level as follows: ' "■■:.■.,' ' : ;„ 
: '"6etierai Education Add-ons: \ '"' ; li 



"Level/ t ,, , Definition, .....,■ , k .... .:••.:, h . Weighting Per Pupil 

Program ^ ■' " , ' ,^. « V> Supplemental 



FY 2013 



"LEP/NEP Limited and non-English proficient 0.45 '"$4,106" 

students ; ^ 

"Summer |; An accelerated instructional pro-am 0.17 -"' - $1,551 : 

in the summer for students in targeted * 

grade spans or grades pursuant to 

promotion policies of the District of r . ( ' ' 

fr', 1 ": : r\ \-\^v::, Columbia Public Schools and public ;1J ; : - ; :< ' J :- r - t 

charter schools 



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"Special Education Add-ons: 


Level/ 
Program 


Definition 


Weighting 


Per Pupil 
Supplemental 
FY 2013 


"Level 1: 

Special 

Education 


Eight hours or less per week of spe- 
cialized services 


0.58 


$5,292 


"Level 2: 

Special 

Education 


More than 8 hours and less than or 
equal to 16 hours per school week of 
specialized services. 


0.81 


$7,390 


"Level 3: 

Special 

Education 


More than 16 hours and less than or 
equal to 24 hours per school week of 
specialized services 


1.58 


$14,416 



"Level 4: More than 24 hours per week which 
Special may include instruction in a self-con- 
Education tained (dedicated) special education 
school other than residential place- 
ment 



3.10 



$28,284 



"Special Weighting provided in addition to spe- 

Education cial education level add-on weightings 
Capacity on a per student basis for each student 

Fund ' identified as eligible for special edu- 

cation. 



0.40 



$3,650 



"Special Weighting provided in addition to spe- 

Education cial education level add-on weightings 
Compliance on a per student basis for each student 
Fund identified as eligible for special edu- 

cation. v ' 



0.16 



$1,460 



"Residential D.C. Public School or public charter 
school that provides students with 
room and board in a residential set- 
ting, in addition to their instructional 

program 



1.70 



$15,511 



"Residential Add-ons 



"Level/ 
Program 



Definition 



Weighting 



Per Pupil 
Supplemental 
FY 2013 



"Level 1: Additional funding to support the after- 
Special hours level 1 special education needs of 
Education — students living in a D.C. Public School or 
Residential public charter school that provides stu- 
dents with room and board in a residen- 
tial setting 



0.374 



$3,412 



"Level 2: Additional funding to support the after- 
Special hours level 2 special education needs of 
Education — students living in a D.C. Public School or 
Residential " public charter school that provides stu- 
dents with room and board in a residen- 
tial setting 



1.360 



$12,409 



"Level 3: Additional funding to support the after- 

Special hours level 3 special education needs of 

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Education— students living in a D.C. Public School or 
Residential public charter school that provides stu- 
dents with room and board in a residen- 
-• tial setting u ___^_ 



^j'jh.--'; 1 ' 



"Level 4: Additional funding to support the after- 
Special hours level 4 special education needs of 
Education— limited and non- English proficient stu- 
Residential dents living in a D.C. Public School or 
public charter school that provides stu- 
dents with room and board in a residen- 
tial setting ■ ■ . ,.-:.,. '..._■,: .,;., 



2.924 



$26,679 



r* ! f'l 



"LEP/NEP Additional funding to support the after- 
Residential hours Limited and non-English profi- 

.ciency needs of students living in a D;G. 
Public School or public charter school ' 
that provides students with room and 
^_^ board in a residential setting 



0,68- 



$6,204 



"Special Education Add-ons for Students with Extended School Year ("ESY") Indicated in 
Their Individualized Education Programs ("IEPs"): ■"■ '■■■■"■■■•■ 



"LeveV 
Program 



Definition 



Weighting 



Per Pupil 
Supplemental ' 
, FY- 2013. 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education summer school/program need for 
Level 1 students who require extended 

ESY . school year (ESY) services in their 

IEPs. . 



0.064 



$584 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education ; summer school/program need for 
Level 2 students who ; -require extended 

ESY : school year (ESY) services" in .their 

IEPs 



0.231 



$^W8 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education summer school/program -need 'for 
Level 3 students who . require extended 

ESY school year (ESY) services in their 

IEPs 



o;soo 



$4,562 



"Special Additional funding to support the 

Education summer school/program need for 
Level 4 students who require extended 

ESY school year (ESY) services in their 

IEPs 



0.497 



$4iB35&--)U 



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Sec. 4003. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the District of Columbia^Puljiie 
Schools may make competitive grants' to charitable organizations for fiscal year 2013 as 
follows: 

(1) An amount of $100,000 for a journalism mentorship program in the District 1 -pf 
Columbia Public Schools; and / :;) '- ^ 

(2) An amount of $100,000 for a mathematics literacy; program ■ in the ; Disj:rict ; of 
Columbia Public Schools. : .".■■■ :■■.... 

(b) . Notwithstanding 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 et seq.) f and the District of Columbia School Reform Act; of ■, 1995, approved 

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April 26, 1996 (Pub. L. No.104-134; D.C. Official Code § 38-1800.01), the allocations 
described in subsection (a) of this section shall not be construed to create an obligation to 
provide additional funding to any local education agency except the District of Columbia 
Public Schools. 

SUBTITLE B. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE C. LIBRARY 

Sec. 4021. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Books and Other Library Materials Account Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 4022. An Act To establish and provide for the maintenance of a free public library 
and reading room in the District of Columbia, approved June 3, 1896 (29 Stat. 244; D.C. 
Official Code § 39-101 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 7 (D.C. Official Code § 39-107) is amended by striking the phrase "into the 
unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia" and inserting the 
phrase "into the Books and Other Library Materials Account, established by section 14" in its 
place. 

(b) A new section 14 is added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 14. Books and Other Library Materials Account. 

"(a) There is established as a nonlapsing account the Books and Other Library Materials 
Account ("Account") into which shall be deposited: 

"(1) All receipts from the sale of used books and other library materials; 

"(2) Proceeds from the sale of library-related merchandise; 

"(3) Gifts, grants, and donations designated for collections; and 

"(4) Such amounts as may be appropriated for books and other library materials. 

"(b) The Account shall be used solely for the purpose of procuring books and other library 
materials, including compact disks, electronic materials, or other records and materials, to 
maintain and enhance the collection of the District of Columbia Public Library. 

"(c) All funds deposited into the Account, 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 from Congress.". . 

SUBTITLE D. UDC RIGHT-SIZING 

Sec. 4031. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "University of the District of Columbia Right-Sizing Plan 
Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 4032. University of the District of Columbia Right- Sizing Plan. 

, (a) By October 1, 2012, the University of the District of Columbia ("University") shall 
transmit to the Council a right-sizing plan that has been approved by the Board of Trustees 
and outlines the steps that the University shall take, starting in fiscal year 2013, to bring the 
University's costs, staff, and faculty size in line with other comparable public universities. 
The University shall develop this plan in consultation with the Deputy Mayor for Education. 
Consistent with preserving and enhancing the mission of the University, the plan shall 
include: 

k (1) A vision for the University of the District of Columbia system that explains the 
mission, roles, responsibilities, and scope of the flagship university, the community college, 
and the law school, and how they relate to each other; 

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(2) An enrollment plan that sets forth reasonable enrollment projections for the next i 3\ 
years based on recent enrollment trends and includes an analysis of potential student") 
■demand for the flagship university and community college; ■-[ 

(3) An analysis of all academic programs that identifies under-enrolled arid under- 1 
performing programs and an associated timeline and plan for improving or eliminating 
those programs; 

(4) A compensation market analysis to determine appropriate compensation levels for 
staff and faculty and a strategy and timeline to bring salaries and wages in line with these 
levels; - , i? , ; _ ^ 

(5) An analysis of current and planned facilities and, a revised capital spending plan .jifiat 

reflects the University's actual enrollment size and realistic 5 enrollment projections^ :1 e 

."..:'.■.* ;■; .. ■■'■ 'U" f iwmu 

(6) A tuition analysis and timeline to bring tuition more in line with actual co§ts 

associated with a student's education, with particular emphasis on the non-District resident 
tuition rates, including the metro-area resident rate; and '"'/! ;!, II ; : 

(7) A staff and faculty reduction strategy and timeline, including an assessment of the 
"initial and subsequent budgetary impacts of implementing this strategy. ' ".' ' : 

. (b) For the purposes of developing the right-sizing plan required by this section the; 
University shall use, in consultation with the Board of Trustees, any remaining funds from! 
the $500,000 allocated to support the development of a transition plan for an independent 
community college pursuant to section 4704 of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Act of 
2011, effective September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-021; 58 DCR 6226). 

SUBTITLE E. UDC COMMUNITY COLLEGE BRANCH STATUS APPLICATION. 

Sec. 4041. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "University of the District of Columbia Community 
College Autonomy Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 4042. University of the District of Columbia Community College Autonomy , 

'. (a) By November. 1, 2012, the University of the District of Columbia shall transmit to the 
Middle States Commission on Higher Education a request for approval of a substantive 
change to reclassify the University of the District of Columbia Community College as a 
Branch Campus of the University of the District of Columbia. A copy of this request shall 
also be transmitted to the Council of the District of Columbia. 

(b) By October 1, 2012, the Chief Executive Officer of the University of the District of 
Columbia Community College shall be responsible for the day-to-day management of the; 
Community College and shall have direct spending authority over the Community College 
budget, identified as Division (8000) in the University of the District 'of Columbia operating 
budget and shall regularly report directly 'to the Board of Trustees, or a subcommittee of the 
Board of Trustees respecting the affairs of the Community College. , 

SUBTITLE F. DISTRICT OF COLtfMBIA SCHOOL REFORM AMENDMENT 

Sec. 4051. Short title. .' .,.," '■•■,.. : ,., ..,.. . ... ,!■ , l|fy 

This subtitle may be cited as the "District of Columbia School Reform Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". ; ;- '-> 

Sec. 4052. The, District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, W§& 
(110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1800.01 et seq.\ is amended by adding a new section; 
2214a to read as follows: . /, 

"Sec. 2214a. Charter schools admissions task force. : t '..* } 

"(a) ■ There is established a task force that shall study providing a neighborhood preference; 

in charter school admissions for the 2013-2014 school year. The task force shall consist of: 

; : "(1) The following 5 government officials, or their designees, the: , VI 

"(A) Chairman of the Public Charter School Board; , . :)wy> 

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"(B) Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia; 

"(C) State Superintendent of Education; 

"(D) Deputy Mayor for Education; and 

"(E) Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools; and 

"(2) The following nongovernment members: 

"(A) Two representatives from charter support organizations;. 

"(B) A representative from the education department of a national research organiza- 
tion; 

"(C) A representative from a national charter school organization; 

"(D) Two charter school leaders selected by the Public Charter School Board Chair; 
and 

"(E) A labor representative. 

"(b) The task force shall: 

"(1) Be chaired by the Chairman of the Public Charter School Board, or his or her 
designee; 

"(2) Meet at an agreed to location as often as determined necessary by the Chairman of 
the task force; 

"(3) Explore the feasibility of offering a neighborhood preference in charter school 
admissions for the 2013-2014 school year; and 

"(4) By September 1, 2012, submit a report to the Council of its findings, which shall 
include: 

"(A) Consideration of the various ways in which a neighborhood preference can be 
designed, including: 

"(i) The pros and cons of a weighted lottery; 

"(ii) Setting aside of a certain percentage of new seats; 

"(hi) A geographically limited preference; and 

"(iv) A preference based on rankings in a city-wide application process; 

"(B) A definition of neighborhood for the purpose of setting boundaries in admissions; 

"(C) An examination of models that are being used in other jurisdictions and evalua- 
tion of their applicability to the District; and 

"(D) Recommendations based on its findings.". 

SUBTITLE G. HEALTHY SCHOOLS AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 4061. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Healthy Schools Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 4062. The Healthy Schools Act of 2010, effective October 20, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-37; 
D.C. Official Code § 38-821.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 38-821.02) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "and participating private 
schools" and inserting the phrase "participating private schools, and organizations 
participating in the Summer Food Service Program" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "40 cents for each lunch meal 
served to students who qualify for reduced-price meals" and inserting the phrase "40 
cents for each lunch meal that meets the requirements of sections 202 and 203 and is 
served to students who qualify for reduced-price meals" in its place. 

(C) Paragraph (4) is amended to read as follows: 

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"(4) To provide resources to implement the breakfast-in-the-classroom program 'under 
section 203(a)(2), the Office of the State Superintendent of Education shall provided one- 
time subsidy of $7 per student to new public schools, new public charter schpols, and new 
private schools that have not previously received the funds and that participate Jn the 
National School Lunch Program, in which more than 40% of students qualify' for free or 
reduced-price meals.". ., • ;/'-->^ -r ; :"/':<" 

(2) Subsection (e) is amended by striking the phrase "do not meet the -requirements" and 
,■ inserting the phrase "do not meet any or all of the requirements" in its ,plaqe. , / , n . *> 

(3) Subsection (g) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "nahtl to 
further improve health, wellness, and nutrition in schools," in its place. v , ■, .. .■ / r )-,>■• 

(b) Section 202(b)(l)(C)(ii) (D.C. Official Code § 38-£22.02(b)(l)(C)(ii)) is, amended by 
striking the phrase "August 1, 2020" and inserting the phrase "July 1, 2022" in its ) place. 

(c) Section 203(c) (D.C. Official Code § 38-822.03(c)) is amended by striking the ; phrase 
- "are encouraged to" and inserting the word "shall" in its place. 

, (d)' Section 204(c), (D.C. Official Code § . 38-822.04(c)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"The Department of Real Estate Services" and inserting the phrase "the Department of 
General Services" in its place. 

(e) Section 205 (D.C. Official Code § 38-822.05) is amended as follows: "."','., , ' \ 

i. . 1; (1) Subsection (a)(3) is amended by striking the phrase "; and" and inserting the phrase 
4f requested by parents and legal guardians;' and" in its place. 

(2) Subsection (b)(1) is amended as follows: , . f ,, 

(A) The lead-in language is amended by striking the word "post" and inserting u the 
word "provide" in its place; , ;Ji 

(B) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the word "and". i -I , »h 

(C) Subparagraph (B) is amended as follows: , , ■""" ; " 
(i) Strike the word "Online" and insert the phrase "Online," in its place. ,/ J 
(ii) Strike the period and insert the phrase "; and" in its place. / . - 11 

(D) A new subparagraph (C) is added to read as follows: 

"(C) To parents and legal guardians upon request ". < '« .,'■■;" 

(f) Section 206(b) (D.C. Official Code' §' 38-822.06(b)) is amended as follows: : ' ■"' 

(1) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the word "and", v ,,t!n 

(2) Paragraph (4) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; ' and" its 
place. 

(3) A new paragraph (5) is added to readt'as ■follows: ' , ■ ■'■' ! " ' ' r Jl " 

"(5) Food not consumed or marketed to students.". j,- : /■..-,. : y ■ -,v- y.p, 

(g) A new section 301a is added to read as follows: ' , , > .■ * ; : -t < :i rr s 
"Sec. 301a. Comprehensive food services plan. /): ,. t .^ 

"(a) Before February 15, 2013, the City Administrator shall transmit to the Couiiqil'iand %6\ 
the Healthy Schools and Youth Commission a comprehensive food services plan _that, sh^ll 
include: ' ' ■""'" ' iV "' J ' y ' ! 

"(1) A plan to reduce the cost of providing food services in the District '6f Columbia 
Public Schools ("DCPS"), without reducing the quality, taste, or nutritional standards, of the 
food being served, including an: ■'■■■ ;v . v^V 

"(A) Examination of how similar jurisdictions provide food services iii- feieh6 r 6ls; , -"^ ; ■>'* 
"(B) Explanation of the cost drivers in the DCPS food services program; ru 

"(C) Accounting of: ■■''''?"?? 

(i) The local funds subsidies (net losses) required by federal programs for each year 
since fiscal year 2007, including the total subsidy per year and the subsidy per "meal 
served per year; >< 

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"(ii) Whether the District has received all of the rebates, credits, and other funds 
owed by its current food-service vendors; 

"(D) An evaluation of whether preparing meals internally without an outside vendor 
would reduce costs; and 

"(E) An implementation plan and timeline for the DCPS food services program to 
become cost-neutral; 

"(2) An analysis of the efficiencies and savings that could be gained by combining the 
1 food services programs in: 

"(A) The Department of Corrections; 

"(B) The Department of Human Services; 

"(C) The Department of Mental Health; 

"(D The Department of Parks and Recreation; ■ 

"(E) The District of Columbia Public Schools; 

"(F) The Office of Aging; and 

"(G) Other agencies; 

"(3) An analysis of whether a centralized food services program could offer public 
charter schools the opportunity to purchase meals from it, instead of from a private vendor; 
and 

"(4) An analysis of how the District's food service programs can become more sustaina- 
ble. 

"(b) The Office of Planning shall be assisted in preparing the plan required by subsection 
(a) of this section by the: 

"(1) District of Columbia Public Schools; 

"(2) Office of the State Superintendent of Education; 

"(3) Department of General Services; 

"(4) Mayor's Office of Budget and Finance; 

"(5) Council's Budget Office; 

"(6) Office of the Chief Financial Officer; and 

"(7) City Administrator.". 

(h) Section 303 (D.C. Official Code § 38-823.03) is amended by striking the phrase 
"September 30" and inserting the phrase "June 30" in its place. 

(i) A new section 402a is added to read as follows: , 

"Sec. 402a. Interscholastic athletics plan. 

"(a) On or before February 15, 2013, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education 
shall transmit to the Council a strategic plan for increasing access to, participation in, and the 
quality of an interscholastic athletics program in District of Columbia Public Schools and 
public charter schools by the 2014-2015 school year. 

"(b) The strategic plan shall include a description of: 

"(1) The level of programs needed to ensure greater access to interscholastic athletics; 

"(2) The resources required to operate a robust interscholastic athletics program 
throughout the public schools; 

"(3) How District facilities may be better utilized to provide for interscholastic athletics; 

"(4) The effect of a robust athletics program on student health and community involve- 
ment". 

(j) Section 501 (D.C. Official Code § 38-825.01) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended as follows; 

(A) The lead-in language is amended by striking the phrase "Office of Public Edu- 
cation Facilities Modernization"- and inserting the phrase "Department of General 
Services" in its place. 

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(B) Subparagraph (H) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end; 

(C) Subparagraph (I) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; 
/■, and" in its place. 

(D) A new subparagraph (J) is added to read as follows: 

--(J) Establish a composting program in the District of Columbia Public Schools.".' 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 2010" and inserting 
the phrase s "December 31, 2012" in its place; 

(3) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the phrase "December 31, 2011" and inserting 
the phrase "December 31, 2012" in its place. 

(k) Section 503(a)(1) (D.C. .Official Code § 38-825.03(a)(l)) is amended by striking the 
phrase "Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization" and inserting the phrase 
"Department of General Services" in its place. 

.(I) Section 603 (D.C. Official Code § 38-826.03) is amended as followsr ..:-.!= - 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "Office of Public Education 
' Facilities Modernization" and inserting the phrase "Department of general Services" in its 
place.' -■•-.> 

,, (2) Subsection (c) is amended by striMng the p|irase L "December 31, 201 1" and inserting 
the phrase "December 31, 2012" in its place. '■'■' 

(m) Section 602(d) (D.C, Official Code §, 38-S26.02(cJ)) is amended by striking the number 
"14" and inserting the number "30" in its place. 

(n) Section 701(c) (D. C. Official Code § 38^827.01(c)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"September 30" and inserting the phrase "November 30" in its place. , . , t , 

Sec. 4063. Applicability. 

This subtitle shall apply as of June 20, 2012. ., 

SUBTITLE H. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE I. CHARTER SCHOOL RELOCATION ASSISTANCE 

"Sec. 4081. Short title. ..". 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Charter School Relocation Assistance Emergency Act of 
2012"! 

Sec. 4082. The Deputy Mayor for Education may provide a grant of up to $500,000 in 
fiscal year 2013 to a high school chartered under the District of Columbia School Reform Act 
of 1995, effective April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1800.01 ei seq^ that 
is co-located with, a public high school that must relocate because of the renovation of the 
public high school. 

TITLE V. HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES, AND RECREATION > 

SUBTITLE A. DEPARTMENT ,QF RENTAL HEALTH ■ ] T ; 

ENTERPRISE FUND ESTABLISHMENT^ ^^^ ^ : .'.^ ■ , fl)tt 

Sec. 5001. Short title. ' : ' ! ' : ' ; " : " : ^' ■' ; '- ;, ^ ) ^ T 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Department of Mental Health Ehterprise''Fund 
Establishment Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". i * ' •" ^" '<-' 

Sec. 5002. The Department of Mental Health Establishment Amendment Act of 2001, 
effective December 18, 2001 (D.C, Law 14^56; D.C. Official Code § 7-1131.01 etse^.), is 

amended by adding a new section 115f to read as follows: ,.. c ; t - ,,, 

"Sec 115£ Department of Mental Health Enterprise Fund. 

"(a) There is ' established as a nonlapsing fund the Department of Mental Health Enter- 
prise Fund ("Fund") into which shall be deposited all fees, proceeds, and revenues collected 

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from the activities and operations of a food cafeteria managed and operated by the 
Department of Mental Health to serve department staff and patients on the Saint Elizabeths . 
Hospital campus, which funds shall be used only for the management and operation of the 
food cafeteria. 

(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 Fund of the District of Columbia at the 
end of a fiscal year, or of any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses and 
purposes set forth in subsection (a) of this section without regard to fiscal year limitation, 
subject to authorization by Congress.". 

SUBTITLE B. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. 

Sec. 5011. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Reporting Requirements Emergency Act of 2012". 
Sec. 5012. Department of Mental Health reporting requirements. 

(a) By October 1, 2012, the Department of Mental Health ("Department") shall submit to 
the Council: 

(1) A plan to expand, by the beginning of fiscal year 2014, the Juvenile Behavioral 
Diversion Program, which serves youth who have been classified as Persons In Need of 
Supervision, including: 

■ (A) A timetable for the expansion of the program; 

•(B) A list of the services that will be provided to youth as a result of the expansion; 
and 

(C) An estimated budget for the expansion of the program; 

(2) A report on efforts to implement policies and procedures to allow mental-health 
providers to become credentialed with various payors, such as through a national creden- 
tialing organization as authorized by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, to 
approve providers certified by the Department; 

(3) An update on the Department's compliance with the exit criteria set forth in the 
LaShawn v. Gray Consent Decree, including: 

(A) A fiscal year 2013 plan of action; and 

(B) A fiscal year 2013 spending plan; 

(4) A report on the recruitment and retention of nurses at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, 
including: - 

(A) Efforts undertaken during fiscal year 2012 to fill vacancies; 

(B) A recruitment and retention plan for fiscal year 2013; 

(C) Any barriers to filling the vacant positions; and 

(D) Any impact on the proposed fiscal year 2013 budget if the vacant positions are not 
filled; 

(5) A report on the implementation of the Department of Mental Health Nurse Training 
Program, as established by the Department of Mental Health Nurse Training Program 
Amendment Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading on June 5, 2012 (Enrolled version of Bill 
19-743); and 

(6) A report on the appropriate number of core service agencies to serve the population. 

(b) By December 31, 2012, the Department shall submit to the Council a report on the 
progress of Saint Elizabeths Hospital in meeting conditions required by the Department of 
Justice settlement agreement, including the fiscal year 2013 spending plan to meet the 
required conditions. 

Sec. 5013. Department of Health reporting requirements. 

By October 1, 2012, the Department of Health ("DOH") shall submit to the Council: 

(1) A plan to establish a professional development program for DOH employees, which 
includes, at a minimum, tuition assistance or provides for remote learning, with institutions 

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of higher learning within the District to prepare ,DOH employees for ;advance!$enfetQ 
. management positions within D OH; ,, ■■ ; ^-rr-rnrf'^ I 

(2) A report on all federal grants for which DOH has received authority to cair^bve^ 
prior year funds into fiscal year 2013, including: ■ '■ " Lil --" } * )00i 

(A) The amount of the carryover; ^""^} ( ' } 

(B) A spending plan for the carryover; and . , ■■.,. '[ ■, ■ ^i 
■(C) The employee responsible for the grant; ? : ; :t i 

(3) An update on efforts to resolve any issues raised in the fiscal year 2010 single state 
audit, including any additional steps necessary to resolve the issue in fiscal year 2013 

. related to the: : - ■ ,y.,.r >>,.,. ,- ' . ■; 

(A) Women, Infants, and Children program; 

(B) Housing Opportunities for Persons .with AIDS program; ,, 

(C) HIV emergency relief grants; and ..., V . \ ;.> -,;■■ 

,:..■ (D) HIV Care Formula Grant; ;; : , : , , , ? .,. : , ; .,^ 

(4) A report on the District's participation in the AIDS 2012 conference and action plans 
for fiscal year 2013 based on deliverables as identified during the conference; : 

; (5) A report on the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, and Tuberculosis Administration's 
compliance with the recommendations from the 2011 audit by the U.S. Departments of 
Housing and Urban Development ("HUD audit") on the District's Housing Opportunities 
for Persons with AIDS program, which shall include the actions taken in fiscal year 2012 
and plans for fiscal year 2013 to resolve all concerns outlined in the HUD audit/ including 
those expressed in the findings; 

(6) A report on action taken in fiscal year 2012 or planned for fiscal year 2013 to resolve 
any outstanding issues as identified by the U.S. Department of Health and ..Human 
Services, Health Resources Services Administration ("HRSA") surrounding the nianaige-- 
ment of HRSA federal grant awards regarding HIV/AIDS; ' ; • 

(7) An update on efforts undertaken in fiscal year 2012 and planned for fiscal year 2013 
to train providers to appropriately bill Medicaid for substance-abuse services approved, as 
part of the State Plan Amendment ("SPA"), approved in March 2012, including any barriers 
to the implementation of the SPA; ■ ■ A - i 

(8) An update on efforts to identify and obtain additional local, grant, or federal funding 
for tobacco-control programs during fiscal year 2013; ....■.; , : ; :■ ; 

(9) A report on the DOH's efforts to fully implement the Health Care' Facilities 
Improvement Amendment Act of 2010, effective April 29, 2010 (D.C. Law 1&-145; 57 DCR 
1834), including a fiscal year action plan;< *.■=■ /•. .; 

(10) A report on the implementation. of the medical marijuana program, including the 
status of each cultivation center licensee- and each dispensary licensee; , and r . ,<< , 

(11) A report on mosquito abatement efforts planned for fiscal year 2013, including an 
action plan, delineated by ward, along with- a fiscal year spending pla^.. ,. . ,,, i: .: / ,., 

Sec. 5014. Department of Health Care Finance reporting requirements; ' " ' ' } 

By October 1, 2012, the Department of Health' Care finance ("Department") ^^ shall sufemit 
to the Council: 

(1) A report on efforts to allow behavioral-health providers to bill for communications 
; between a provider and any party determined by that provider to be necessary to make a 

diagnosis or to develop and implement a treatment plan; * ' ;!r . 

(2) A report on the Department's compliance with the findings i set foHh in the November 
2011 -Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services report regarding the District's manage- 

( ment and oversight of the Home and Community Based Services Intellectual Disabili- 
ties/Developmental Disabilities waiver, including a fiscal year 2013 action plan to resolve, 
any outstanding issues and a timetable, to ensure the timely submission of all compliance 
reports required during fiscal year 2013; : . , --,■:■ ■■,;.-*; -' 

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(3) The status of the rebasing of nursing home-provider rates, including a timeline for 
implementation during fiscal year 2012 and any impact on the approved fiscal year 2013 
budget; 

(4) A report on the status of the Department's enrollment and updated enrollment 
projections for fiscal year 2013; 

(5) A report on the feasibility of basing reimbursement rates for mental-health services 
provided to both children and adults, on the acuity level of the consumer, including the 
potential budgetary impact of adopting this rate system in fiscal year 2013 and beyond; 

(6) A report on the feasibility and structure for requiring D.C. Health Care Alliance 
beneficiaries to contribute toward their premium payments based on their income levels; 

(7) A report on the status of all state plan amendments submitted to the federal 
government during fiscal year 2012 and proposed for fiscal year 2013, including for each: 

(A) The date, or the anticipated date, of submission; 

(B) The date, or anticipated date, of approval; 

(C) A descriptive narrative of the changes, outlined in the state plan amendment; and 

(D) An analysis of the impact of each state plan amendment on the fiscal year 2013 
budget; and 

(8) A report on the feasibility and structure for requiring co-pays for certain Medicaid 
services. 

Sec. 5015. Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services reporting 
requirements. 

By October 1, 2012, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services 
("DMHHS") shall submit to the Council: 

(1) A report on all efforts undertaken by DMHHS in fiscal year 2012 and plans for fiscal 
year 2013, including a spending plan, to coordinate cluster agency actions to enable the 
District to exit the remaining consent decrees; 

(2) A recommendation on how to transition the Medicaid program to entirely a Fee-for- 
Service program, which shall include, at minimum: 

(A) The rationale for the recommendation, including supporting data and information; 
and 

(B) If appropriate and feasible, a comprehensive transition plan, with a timetable, for 
the transition to an entirely Fee-for-Service program; 

(3) A recommendation on instituting a Health Care Navigator program within the 
Department of Health Care Finance to assist individuals with high utilization rates to 
better manage their care; 

(4) A recommendation on whether individuals with diagnoses of mental health issues, 
with HIV/AIDS, who are chronically homeless, or who are developmentally disabled, or - 
victims of domestic violence should be given priority consideration for housing provided 
through the Housing Production Trust Fund, which shall include, at minimum: 

(A) The rationale for the recommendation, including supporting data and information; 
and 

(B) A plan to implement priority consideration for housing through the Housing 
Production Trust Fund; 

(5) A recommendation regarding the creation of a truancy reduction committee in every 
public school to reduce truancy and related behavioral health issues; 

(6) A report on the coordination of care for individuals with mental health issues and co- 
occurring chronic diseases, including: 

(A) Information on the systems currently in place to track the coordination of services 
across different agencies, providers, and networks; 

(B) A plan of action developed jointly with other District government agencies to 
provide appropriate and timely services to these individuals; and 

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(C) A spending plan for fiscal year 2013 that identifies areas in which coordination for 
' co-occurring conditions can take place; and ■ '"' ni [ 

(7) A report on the feasibility of requiring all providers that receive a payment for 
■healthcare! services to agree to the most favored nation status, which requires a provider to 
grant the District the lowest rate for a service that they accept from any other insurance 
carrier* which includes: 

(A) A delineation of adopting this policy for each of the agencies within the DMHHS 
^cluster; 

r (B) Recommendations for implementing this requirement in fiscal year 2013 and 
beyond; arid 

(C) Any savings associated with the adoption of this policy across the agencies.- ' 

Sec. 5016. Nol^For-Prbfit Hospital Corporation reporting requirements. 

By October 1, 2012, the No^For-Profit Hospital Corporation shall subriiit to the Council a 
detailed work plan to implement a navigator program at the Noi^-For-Profit Hospital 
Corporation to assist patients with diabetes, including those with co-occurring illnesses, in 
accessing appropriate treatment and care, which i shall include: _ Y. ,, 

(1) A scope of work for the program and each navigator; , ' ■ ■ ■ : - 

Y < (2) The goals for the program as. a. whole and for 'each navigator; and ' 

(3) A detailed spending plan for fiscal year 2013. 

SUBTITLE C. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLED. [Reserved] \ 

SUBTITLE E. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE F. HEALTH NAVIGATOR COORDINATION PROGRAM 

Sec.5051. Shorttitle. 

,This subtitle may be cited as the "Health Navigation Coordination Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 5052. (a) By January 1, 2013, the Department of Health shall enter into a memoran- 
dum of understanding with the Nol^For-Profit Hospital Corporation ("NPHC"Yfor th£ 
transfer of at least $285,000 from the Diabetes Control Program within the Community 
Health Administration for the purpose of implementing a navigator program at the NfJlC to 
assist patients with diabetes, including those with co-occurring illnesses, in.accessing^appro- 
priate treatment and care. ' ' ' '"."' ! " f , |l .'\ 

.(b) The completion of the memorandum of understanding described in subsection (&) .of this 
section shall be contingent upon the submission of a work plan for the funding to the. Council 
and the Department of Health by October 1, 2012. , , . ...lY. 

SUBTITLE G. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE H. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE I. [Reserved] i i ; 

SUBTITLE J. RESTORATION OF DC HEALTHCARE A^I4ANC?E. 

r Sec;5091. Shorttitle. ■ '■ 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Restoration of DC HealthCare Alliance Emergency Act 

6f2012". :i ■■'■■:■■■ 

Sec. 5092. Revenue from rebasing recognized. 
1 Of the revenues collected during fiscal year 2012 as the result of the rebasing of District- 
owned nursing homes, $5,300,000 shall be deposited in the Healthy DC and HfealtH. Care 

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Expansion 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), to fund the preservation of hospital-based services as a part of managed care 
contracts within the DC HealthCare Alliance, established pursuant to the Health Care 
Privatization Amendment Act of 2001, effective July 12, 2001 (D.C. Law 14-18; D.C. Official 
Code § 7-1401 et seq.) 9 in fiscal year 2013. 

SUBTITLE K. HOUSING FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES ACT OF 2012 

Sec. 5101. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Housing for Homeless Families Emergency Amendment 
Act of 2012". 

Sec. 5102. The Homeless Sendees Reform Act of 2005, effective October 22, 2005 (D.C. 
Law 16-35; D.C. Official Code § 4-751.01 et.seq.), is amended by adding a new section 8b to 
read as follows: 

"Sec. 8b. Fiscal years 2012 and 2013 rapid re-housing. 

"(a)(1) Beginning in June 2012, the Department shall identify at least 200 homeless families 
from hotels, motels, severe-weather shelters, temporary shelters, or transitional housing, and 
ensure that at least 100 of these families are placed in or are residing in apartment-style 
housing units that meet the requirements of the Rent Supplement Program, established by 
section 26a of the District of Columbia Housing Authority Act, effective March 2, 2007 (D.C. 
Law 13-105; D.C. Official Code § 6-226) by before September 30, 2012. 

"(2) By October 1, 2012, the Department shall ensure that all homeless families that 
were residing in hotels or motels have been placed into shelter or housing. 

"(3) Placements made by the Department pursuant to subjection (a) of this section shall 
be done in coordination with the District of Columbia Housing Authority ("DCHA"). The 
.Department shall develop rules for selecting homeless families that will be converted onto 
the Rent Supplement Program's tenant-based vouchers and submit them to Council within 
45-days of the approval of this act. 

"(4) Once there are vacancies in temporary shelters, severe-weather shelters, or transi- 
tional housing, the Department shall use all available resources currently budgeted for 
homeless families to place new family-shelter applicants who cannot access other housing 
arrangements, as defined in section 7(c)(4) into shelters or housing. 

"(b) Beginning in fiscal year 2013, and for each fiscal year thereafter, an additional $4 
million shall be included in the DCHA Subsidy to provide tenant-based rental assistance to 
between 200 and 300 eligible families in accordance with the Rent Supplement Program, 
established by section 26a of the District of Columbia Housing Authority Act of 1999, effective 
March 2, 2007 (D.C. Lawl6-192; D.C. Official Code § 6-226). DCHA shall provide tenant- 
based rental assistance through the Rent Supplement Program to all families placed in 
housing pursuant to subsection (a) of this section who meet the eligibility criteria established 
for sponsor-based housing assistance under the Rent Supplement Program, set forth in 
section 9508 of Title 14 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (14 DCMR 
§ 9508).". 

SUBTITLE L. HEALTHCARE ALLIANCE PRESERVATION 

Sec. 5111. Short title. ' 

This subtitle may be cited as the "DC HealthCare Alliance Preservation Emergency 

Amendment Act of 2012", 
Sec. 5112. Section 7(c) of the Health Care Privatization Amendment Act of 2001, effective 

July 12, 2001 (D.C. Law 14-18; D.C. Official Code § 7-1405(c)), is amended as follows: 

(a) Designate the existing text as paragraph (1). 

(b) The newly designated paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "insurance laws, 
a health" and inserting the phrase "insurance laws and subject to paragraph (2) of this 
subsection, a health" in its place. 

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■■■(c) A new paragraph (2) is added to read as follows: / * .v^i .v.i 

i( (2) A contract between the District of Columbia and a health maintenance organiziffloh 
' or a managed care organization that provides health care services to persons enrolled inthfe 
DC HealthCare Alliance shall, for fiscal year 2013, include coverage for all servicjesl 
including hospital-based services, being provided to DCHealth Care Alliance enrpllees as of 
January 1, 2012; provided, that for fiscal year 2013, the Department of Health Car^ 
Finance shall have the authority to exclude coverage for those hospital-based emergency 
services that are eligible for Medicaid reimbursement under 8 U.S.C. § 1611(b)(1)(A), 42 
U.S.C. 1396b(v)(3), and 42 C.F.R. § 440.255(c).". 

SUBTITLE M. [Reserved] 
SXJBTITLEN. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE 0. SOUTH CAPITOL STREET MEMORIAL 
AMENDMENT ACT FUNDING DESIGNATION 

See. 5141. Short title, : ^ < 

This subtitle maybe cited as the "South Capitol Street Memorial Eihergejicy Amendment 
Act Funding Designation Act of 2012". \;_ { '"./.'. .'"'' ;*_'; ' " ,f ' 

Sec. 5142, (a) Beginning on June 1, 2012, unspent funds jfrom Medicaid under-enrollment, 
calculated on a fiscal year basis, shall be set aside in a fund to offset the costs to implement 
the South Capitol Street Memorial Amendment Act of 2012, effective June 7, 2012 (D.C. Law 
19-141; 59 DCR 3083) ("South Capitol Street Memorial Amendment Act"). 

(b) This section shall not be applicable if and when the South ; Capitol Street Memorial 
Amendment Act is fully funded, as certified by the Chief Financial Officer, either by the 
terms of this section or pursuant to section 10002 of the Revised Revenue Estimate 
Contingency Priority List Act of 2012, passed on 2nd reading on June 5, 20l£ (Enrolled 
version of Bill 19-743). 

SUBTITLE P. MEDICAID STATE PLAN AMENDMENTS AND WAIVERS 

Sec. 5151. Short title, 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Medical Assistance Program Emergency Amendment 
Actof2012". 

Sec. 5152. 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. 744; D.C. Official 
Code § l-307.02(a)), is amended by adding a new paragraph (6) to read as follows: 

"(6) Review and approval by the Council of the Fiscal Year 2013 Budget and Financial 
Plan shall constitute the Council review and. approval required by paragraph {2) of this 
subsection of any modification or waiver to the state plan required to: 

"(A) Update the diagnosis-related group ("DRG") grouper the agency uses to pay 
hospitals for inpatient care and other characteristics of the reimbursement system, such 
as base rates, DRG weights, outlier thresholds and transfer policy to adjust the average 
' payment to cost ratio for inpatient care at DRG hospitals from 114% to 98%. . 3 - ; ' 

- "(B) Update the reimbursement methodology model to one based bn acuity for 
.,-__ Intermediate Care Facilities for the Intellectually Disabled. . ';■'■.; : 

r : .. . ! "(C) Exclude the cost of therapies, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, 
and speech therapy, from the calculation of the nursing and resident care component of 
the nursing home rate. 

; '■' i "(D) Transition beneficiaries to the replenishing pharmacy network for antiretroviral 

medications.''. ■...'-■, \-: 

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SUBTITLE Q. [Reserved] 
TITLE VI. TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC WORKS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT 

SUBTITLE A. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE B. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE C. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE D. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE E. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE F. [Reserved] 
SUBTITLE G. DDOT POLICY COMPENDIUM 

Sec. 6061. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "District Department of Transportation Policy Compendi- 
um Emergency Act of 2012", 

Sec. 6062, Policy compendium. 

(a) On or before September 30, 2013, the District Department of Transportation shall 
prepare a policy compendium listing all of the agency's policies and procedures that affect the 
management of the transportation network and public space. 

(b) The District Department of Transportation shall make the policy compendium available 
online. 

Sec. 6063. Reports. 

On or before October 1, 2012, January 1, 2013, April 1, 2013, and July 1, 2013, the District 
Department of Transportation shall submit a report to the Council on the status of the policy 
compendium, the progress made in the preceding quarter, and the projected timeline for 
completion. 

SUBTITLE H. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE I. [Reserved] 

TITLE VII. FINANCE AND REVENUE 

SUBTITLE A. SUBJECT TO APPROPRIATIONS REPEALERS 

Sec. 7001. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Subject to Appropriations Repealers Emergency 
Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 7002. Section 3 of the United House of Prayer for All People Real Property Tax 
Exemption Act of 2011, effective December 2, 2011 (D;C. Law 19-51; 58 DCR 8949), is 
repealed. 

Sec. 7003. - Section 4 of the Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates No. 1 Limited Partnership 
Real Property Tax Exemption and Equitable Real Property Tax Relief Act of 2010, effective 
March 12, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-311; 57 DCR 12396), is repealed. 

Sec. 7004. Section 601 of the South Capitol Street Memorial Amendment Act of 2012, 
signed by the Mayor on April 10, 2012 (D.C. Act 19-344; 59 DCR 3083), is amended to read 
as follows: 

"Sec. 601. Applicability. 

"Sections 302(b)(1), 304, and 502(a) shall apply upon the inclusion of their fiscal effect in an 
approved budget and financial plan.". 

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Sec. 7005. Section 47-4605(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 -ffiall 
apply to Square 5190, lots 806, 807, and 808, and Square 5348 lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 for 
the consecutive real property tax years beginning with Tax Year 2003.". 

Sec. 7006. Section 3 of the Washington Ballet Equitable Real Property Tax Relief Act of 

2011, effective January 12, 2012 (D.C. Lawl9-77; 58 DCR 10100), is repealed. 

Sec. 7007. Section 3 of the Lottery Amendment Repeal Amendment Act of 2012 effective 
May 23, 2012 (D.C. Act 19-322; 59 DCR 2254), is repealed.^ 

Sec. 7008. Section 3 of the Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place 
Equitable' Real Property Tax Relief Act of 2011, effectiye.Dpcember 2, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-42; 
58 DCR 8926), is repealed. 

Sec. 7009. Section 701 of the Raising the Expectations for Education Outcomes Omnibus 
Act of 2012, signed by the Mayor on April 20, 2012 (D.C. Act 1&-345; 59 DCR 3642), is 
amended to read as follows: < 

"Sec. 701. Applicability. ;, : , ; - 

.:-:"(a). This act shall apply through September 30, 2013. ■■ . . , ..,-.. 

"(b) Beginning on October 1, 2013, this act shall apply upon the inclusion of its, fiscal effect 
in an approved budget and financial plan.". ■■:.)■< ■ ,- j 

Sec. 7010. Section "3 of the Accountant Mobility Act of 2011, effective December ,2, 2Q11 
(D.C. Law 19-43; 58 DCR 8929), is repealed. ^ , 

Sec. 7011. Section 3 of the Corrections Information Council Amendment Act of 2010; 
effective October 2, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-233; 57 DCR 4514), is repealed. 

Sec. 7012. Section 3 of the District of Columbia Public Schools and Public Charter School 
Student Residency Fraud Prevention Amendment Act of 2012, effective May 9, 2012 (D.C. 
Law 19-126; 59 DCR 1939), is repealed. 

Sec. 7013. Section 3 of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program/Amendment, Act of 

2012, effective March 14, 2012 (D.C. Law 19-111; 59 DCR 455), is repealed. v . ,; 

Sec. 7014. There is allocated $400,000 from the fiscal year 2013 operating, margin^ as 
partial funding for the New Issue Bond Program Tax Exemption Amendment Act of 2011, 
effective December 13, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-60; 58 DCR 9169). 

Sec. 7015. Section 19 of the Health Benefit Exchange Authority Establishment Act of 
2011, effective March 2, 2012 (D.C. Law 19-94; 59 DCR 213), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 19. Applicability. 

"(a) This act shall apply through September 30, 2014. 

"(b) Beginning on October'!, 2014, this act shall apply upon the inclusion of its^fiscal effect 
in an approved budget and financial plan.". 

Sec. 7016. Sections 7002, 7003, 7005, 7006, 7008, 7010, 7012, 7013, and 7014 shall appl^as 
of October 1,2012. - : -M^ < ' ; 



SUBTITLE B. TARGETED RETIREMENT DIST MBUTI0N ^ITH HOLDING 

Sec. 7021. Shorttitle. ■• ;' : - ■■■'. ' : 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Targeted Retirement Distribution Withholding 1 Emergen- 
cy Act of 2012". > - :; ■ ', ■; 'Vi 

Sec. 7022. Section 47-1812.08(m) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to 
, read as follows: l..* .. ■ 

"(m)(l) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, if a resident payee receives 

a payment from a retirement plan or retirement account that is a lump-sum distribution; 

District income tax shall be withheld on the lump-sum distribution by the payor at the highest 

District individual income tax rate that is in effect at the time of the distribution. . <.- 

"(2) Paragraph (1) of this subsection shall not apply to: / , ih; 

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"(A) Any portion of a lump-sum payment that was previously subject to tax; 

"(B) An eligible rollover distribution that is effected as a direct trustee-to-trustee 
transfer; or 

"(C) A rollover from an individual retirement account to a traditional or Roth 
individual retirement account that is effected as a direct trustee-to-trustee transfer. 

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

"(A) "Lump-sum distribution" means a payment from a payor to a resident payee of 
the resident payee's entire account balance, exclusive of any other tax withholding and 
any administrative charges and fees. 

"(B) "Retirement account" or "retirement plan" means: 

"(i) A qualified employee plan; 

"(ii) A qualified employee annuity plan; 

"(iii) A defined contribution plan; 

"(iv) A defined benefit plan; 

"(v) A tax-sheltered annuity plan; 

"(vi) An individual retirement account; 

"(vii) Any combination of the plans and account listed in sub-subparagraphs (i) 
through (vi) of this subparagraph; or 

"(viii) Any similarly situated account or plan as defined by the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1986. 

"(4) This subsection shall apply within 5 days of the effective date of the Targeted 
Retirement Distribution Withholding Emergency Act of 2012, effective February 24, 2012 
(D.C. Act 19-316; 59 DCR 1709).". 

SUBTITLE C. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLED. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE E. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE F. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE G. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE H. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE I. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE J. COOPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION 
ECONOMIC INTEREST RECORDATION TAX 

Sec. 7101. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Cooperative Housing Association Economic Interest 
Recordation Tax Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 7102. 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.\ is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 302 (D.C. Official Code § 42-1102) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (16) is repealed as of October 1, 2009. 

(2) Paragraph (27) is amended by striking the word "and" at the end. 

(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) are added to read as follows: 

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"(29) Beginning October 1, 2009, a security interest instrument pertaining to a coopera- 
tive housing association; . 

"(30) Beginning October 1, 2009, a deed of economic interest pertaining to a limited- 
equity cooperative, as defined under D.C. Official Code § 47-802(11); and". 

(b) Section 302b(c) (D.C. Official Code § 42-1102.02(c)) is amended to read as follows!^ 
"(c)Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, as of October 1, 2009, every 

transfer of an interest in a cooperative housing association in connection with the grant, 
transfer, or assignment of a proprietary leasehold or other proprietary interest, in whole or in 
part, shall be a transfer of an economic interest". .■■'*. 

(c) Section 303 (D.C. Official Code § 42-1103) is amended as follows: - -v: 

(1) Subsection (a)(2) is amended as follows: 

(A) Strike the phrase "provided, that in the case of a transfer of shares'* arid 1 insert the 
phrase "provided, that, beginning October lj 2009, in the case -of- a /transfer of an 
economic interest" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase ", in whole or in part,". ., 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase ";. provided 
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 association 
itself is s a party to the deed." in its place. 

SUBTITLE K. ONLINE VENDORS REMITTANCE OF HOTEL TAXES 

Sec. 7111. Short title. " , 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Procedures for -Remittance of Hotel Taxes by Online 
Vendors Emergency Amendment Act of 2012", 

Sec. 7112. Section 47-2001 of the District of Columbia Official Code -is amended as follows: 

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

"(a-1) "Additional charges" means the excess of the sale or charge receipts received by a 
room remarketer over the net charges.". 

(b) Subsection (h-1) is amended to read as follows: 

"(h-1) "Net charges" means the sale or charge receipts for any room or rooms, lodgings, or 
accommodations furnished to transients, received from a room remarketer by 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.". 

(c) Subsection (n)(C) is amended to read as follows: 

"(C) The sale or charge, to include net charges and additional charges, for any room or 
rooms, lodgings, or accommodations furnished to transients by any hotel, room remarket- 
er, inn, tourist camp, tourist cabin, or any other place in which rooms, lodgings,.,, or 
accommodations are regularly furnished to transients for a consideration". 

(d) A new subsection (v-2) is added to read as follows: , ' . '.. : . . 
"(v-2) , "Transient" means any person who occupies, or has the right to occupy, any room, or 

rooms, lodgings, or accommodations for a period of 90 days or less during any one continuous 
stay.". ' '' .'■" .- " V: ; 1 ' /i ■ 

Sec. 7113. Section 47-2015(a-l) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended- to 
read as follows: 

"(a-1) For the purposes of this chapter and Chapter 22 of this title, a room remarketer 
shall be deemed a vendor with respect to additional charges and shall file returns and remit 
tax with respect to such additional charges. The room remarketer shall collect and remit the 
tax imposed by this chapter and Chapter 22 of this title with respect to the net charges for 
the accommodations to the operator of the hotel, inn, tourist camp, tourist cabin, br any other 

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place in which rooms, lodgings, or accommodations are regularly furnished to transients for a 
consideration. The operator shall be deemed a vendor with respect to such net charges and 
shall file returns and remit tax with respect to such net charges.". 

Sec. 7114. Section 47-2201 (j) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended to read 
as follows: 

"(j) The definitions of "additional charges," "business," "District," "food or drink," "gross 
receipts," "Mayor," "net charges," "person," "purchaser's certificate," "retail establishment," 
"return," "room remarketer," "sale" and "selling," "sales price," "semipublic institution," 
"tangible personal property," "tax," "tax year," "taxpayer," and "transient" as defined in 
Chapter 20 of this title, are incorporated in and made applicable to this chapter.". 

SUBTITLE L. RECORDATION TAX ON REFINANCES 
OF SECURITY INTEREST INSTRUMENTS 

Sec. 7121. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Recordation Tax on Refinances of Security Interest 
Instruments Clarification Emergency Act of 2012". 

Sec. 7122. Section 303(a) of the District of Columbia Deed Recordation Tax Act, approved 
March 2, 1962 (76 Stat. 11; D.C. Official Code § 42-1103(a) et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(a) Strike the phrase "taxed at the rate of 1.1%" wherever it appears and insert the phrase 
"taxed at the rate of 1.1% (to complete the calculation of total recordation tax due at time of 
recording, see also additional tax in subsection (a-4) of this section)" in its place. 

(b) Paragraph (3) is amended to read as follows: 

"(3)(A) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of this subsection, at the time a security interest 
instrument is submitted for recordation, it shall be taxed at a rate of 1.1% (to complete the 
calculation of total recordation tax due at time of recording, see also additional tax in 
subsection (a-4) of this section) of the total amount of debt incurred that is secured by the 
interest in real property; provided,, that if the existing debt is refinanced, the rate shall be 
applied only to the principal amount of the new debt in excess of the principal balance due 
on the existing debt to the extent that such existing debt (including any prior debt that was 
previously refinanced by the existing debt) was: 

"(i) Previously taxable under this paragraph and the tax thereon was timely and 
properly paid; or 

"(ii) Exempt under section 302 or not otherwise taxable, including purchase money 
mortgages described in section 302(5). 

"(B) Any amendment, modification, or restatement of a security interest instrument 
shall be deemed a refinance of the entire aggregate debt owed, unless the amendment, 
modification, or restatement is a supplemental deed. With such a deemed- refinance, the 
rate in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph shall be applied only to the principal amount 
of the modified debt (including amounts paid to the borrower on the existing security 
interest instrument during the preceding 12 months) in excess of the principal balance 
due on the existing debt (before any such payment) to the extent that the existing debt 
(including any prior debt that was previously refinanced by the existing debt) was: 

"(i) Previously taxable under this paragraph and the tax thereon was timely and 
properly paid; or 

"(ii) Exempt under section 302 or not otherwise taxable, including purchase money 
mortgages described in section 302(5).". 

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> SUBTITLE M. [Reserved] ^: 

SUBTITLE N. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE O. [Reserved] 

TITLE VIII. BUDGET SUPPORT ACT CONFORMING 
AND TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS 

SUBTITLE A. PRIOR BUDGET SUPPORT ACT AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 8001. Short title. ' ; r : '' ■ " "' 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Prior Budget Support Act Emergency Amendment Act 
of2012". 

Sec. 8002. Section T(i).(l) of An Act To grant additional powers to the Commissioners of 
the District of Columbia, and for other purposes, approved December 20, 1944 (58 Stat. 819; 
D.C. Official Code § l-301.01(i)(l)), is amended by striking the phrase "unrestricted fund 
balance -of the General Fund of the District of Columbia" and inserting the phrase "General 
Fund of the District of Columbia" its place. 

Sec. 8003. Section 558(b) of An Act To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia!, 
approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1279; D.C, Official Code § l-1201(b)), is amended by 
striking the following sentence: 

"All proceeds collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited into the unrestricted fund 
balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia.". 

Sec. 8004. Section 702 of the District of Columbia Uniform Controlled Substances Act 'of 
1981, effective August 5, 1981 (D.C. Law 4-29; D.C. Official Code, § 48-907.02), is repealed. 

Sec. 8005. Section 5(i) of the Animal Control Act of 1979, effective October 18, 1979 (D.C. 
Law 3-30; D.C. Official Code 5 8-1804(i)), is repealed. 

Sec. 8006. Section 6013 of the Solid Waste Disposal Cost Recovery Act of 2007, effective 
September 18, 2007 (D.C. Law 17-20; D.C. OfficiarCode § 1-325.91), is amended as follows: 

\ (a) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the word "lapsing" and inserting the word 
"nonlapsing" in its place. 

(b) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "be used for the purposes set forth in 
subsection (c) of this section. Any monies not expended at the end of a fiscal yea* shall 
revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund of the District, of Columbia." .and 
inserting the phrase "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 (c) of this section without regard to 
fiscal year limitation, subject to authorization by Congress." in its place. 

Sec. 8007. The Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Act of 2011, effective September 14, 2011 
(D.C. Law 19-21; 58 DCR 6626), is amended by adding a new section 9109 to read as follows: 

"Sec. 9109. Notwithstanding any other law, the funds which are deposited in the fund 
designated for accounting purposes by the Office of the Chief Financial Officer as fund 2531 
within the Metropolitan Police Department shall be deposited in the General Fund of the 
District of Columbia and shall not be accounted, for by a separate fund or account within the 
General Fund of the District of Columbia. Any unexpended funds in the fund on the; effective 
date of this subtitle shall be transferred to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund 
of the District of Columbia.". _ ,' , .'./.;/ 

Sec. 8008. Section 47-392.02© of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the number "2013" and inserting the number 
"2016" in its place. 

v (b) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the date "May 24, 2011" and inserting the date 
"May, 2015" in its place. 

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Sec. 8009. Chapter 18 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) Section 47-1803.02(a) is amended as follows: 

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

"(B) For individuals, estates, and trusts, interest upon the obligations of a state, 
territory of the United States, or any political subdivision thereof, but not including the 
District, acquired by the taxpayer on or after January 1, 2013, shall be included in the 
computation of District gross income.". 

(2) Paragraph (1A) is repealed. 

(b) Section 47-1806.03(a) is amended by adding a new paragraph (8) to read as follows: 

"(8)(A) In the case of a taxable year beginning after December 31, 2011, there is imposed 
on the taxable income of every resident a tax determined in accordance with the following 
table: 

"If the taxable income is: The tax is: 

"Not over $10,000 4% of the taxable income 

"Over $10,000 but not over $40,000 $400, plus 6% of the excess over $10,000. 

"Over $40,000 but not over $350,000 $2,200, plus 8.5% of the excess over 40,000 

"Over $350,000 $28,550, plus 8.95% of the excess above $350,000. 

"(B) This paragraph shall expire on January 1, 2016.". 

SUBTITLE B. FY 2013 O-TYPE REDESIGNATION 

Sec. 8011. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2013 O-Type Redesignation Emergency Act 
of 2012". 

Sec. 8012. O-Type redesignation. 

(a) Of the funds that were undesignated pursuant to section 10004 of the Fiscal Year 2012 
Budget Support Act of 2011, effective September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; 58. DCR 6226), 
$29,709,447 shall be redesignated to accounts as set forth in the following table: 



FUND 
NUMBER 


AGENCY 


FUND TITLE 


AMOUNT 


6008 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER AND 
REGULATORY AFFAIRS 


R-E GUAR. & EDUC. 
FUND 


$594,862 


6108 . 


DC PUBLIC LIBRARY 


COPIES AND PRINT- 
ING 


$170,302 


6020 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER AND 
REGULATORY AFFAIRS 


BOARD OF ENGI- , 
NEERS FUND 


$49,273 


6013 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER AND 

REGULATORY AFFAIRS 


BASIC BUSINESS LI- 
CENSE FUND 


$0 


6030 


DEPT. OF CONSUMER AND ' 
REGULATORY AFFAIRS 


GREEN BUILDING 

FUND 


$405,144 


0600 


DEPARTMENT OF CORREC- 
TIONS 


CORRECTIONS TRUS- 
TEE REIMBURSE- 
MENT 


$1,478,008 


0632 


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 


PHARMACY PROTEC- 
TION 


$1,100,295 


0643 


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 


BOARD OF MEDI- 
CINE 


$2,314,868 



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0634 , 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF ~ 
THE ENVIRONMENT 


SOIL EROSION/SEDI- 
MENT CONTROL 


t , $322 s 205 

■;>'j7oi[o'l 


6700 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 
THE ENVIRONMENT 


SUSTAINABLE EN* ■' 
ERGY TRUST FUND 


$3,ioq,fp 


2200 


TAXI CAB COMMISSION 


TAXICAB ASSESS- 
MENT ACT.. 


$57,779 


0605 ' 


OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY 
GENERAL ' 


Child Support -Interest 
.. Income 


";",' -$894 


0604 


OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY 
GENERAL 


Child Support— Reim- 
bursements & Fees 


$29,321 


0603 


Office of the attorney* 

GENERAL ,.,,., 


'/CHILD SPT— TANF/ >■ 
■; AFDC COLLECTIONS; . 


' $3,419,152 


0611 


DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOY- ■ i '■ 
MENT SERVICES 


WORKERS' COMPEN- 
SATION ADMIN. 


$9,556,870 


0631 


OFFICE OF PEOPLE'S COUN- 
SEL 


ADVOCATE FOR CON- 
SUMERS 


-, $712,404 


,-;■>. 0608 


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN 
SERVICES .■.: ,c/. .':'... 


. SSI PAYBACK ',,: 


: $340£20 


1460 


■ DEPARTMENT OF REAL ES- 
TATE SERVICES : , ■ : 


■ EASTERN MARKET 
ENTERPRISE FUND •> 


'$58i,r30 


2001 


OFFICE OF MUNICIPAL 
PLANNING 


HIST. LANDMARK & 
HIST. DIST. FILING "■ 

FEES 


$80,269 


0612 


DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOY- 
MENT SERVICES 


U. I. INTEREST/PEN- 
ALTIES 


$960,263 


0624 


DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOY- 
'.MENT SERVICES . ,...,. ,\ ..■.,,,. 


UI ADMINISTRATIVE 

ASSESSMENT. ■„.. 


"$2i§31^81 


0600 


OFFICE OF CABLE TV 


CABLE FRANCHISE 
FEES 


$777>407> 


<,.; -6140 


DEPARTMENT OF transpor- 
tation 


TREE FUND (EST DC • 
ACT 14-614) , 


; , $19,972 


6400 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 
THE ENVIRONMENT 


DC MUNICIPAL AG- 
GREGATION PRO- 
GRAM 


: $35,055 


0670 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 
■ THE ENVIRONMENT 


ANACOSTIA RIVER 
.CLEAN UP FUND 


,, ; $874,995 


0662 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF ' 
■ THE ENVIRONMENT ■- 


'RENEWABLE ENER- 
GY DEVELOPMENT .'■ 
FUND ■: • 


$217,446 


6800 


DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF . 

THE ENVIRONMENT <?'/■. 


ENERGY ASSIS- 
" TANCE TRUST FUND 


$20,999 


6Q17 

{'■■■'-. 


ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REG- 
ULATION ADMIN. • • 


ABC-IMPORTAND lf 

■ CLASS LICENSE, ■• 

-FEES ...„,,,:.: 


$615,230 


1240 


■Medical liability captive 

ins agency 


CAPTIVE INSUR- ^ 
ANCEFUND 


' J§§>502 






Total: 


$29,7097446 



(b) Of the funds not redesignated by subsection (a) of this section, the Chief Financial 
Officer shall recognize $11,622,454 as fiscal year 2013 revenue. ., :., : ~~ """"" 

(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Chief Financial Officer shall transfer 
from Fund 6013 under the Department of Consumer and , Regulatory Affairs (the Basic 
Business License Fund) to Fund 6017 under the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administra- 
tion (the AEC— Import and Class License Fees Fund) the following amounts: 

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(1) In fiscal year 2012, $512,505. 

(2) In fiscal year 2013, $140,526. 



Act 19-383, § 9032 



TITLE IX. CAPITAL BUDGET 

SUBTITLE A. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE B. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE C. [Reserved] 

SUBTITLE D. FISCAL YEAR 2012 CAPITAL 
PROJECT REALLOCATION APPROVAL 

Sec. 9031. Short title. 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2012 Capital Project Reallocation Emergency 
Approval Act of 2012". 

Sec. 9032. (a) Pursuant to and in accordance with Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of 
Columbia Official Code, the Council approves the reallocation of District of Columbia general 
obligation bond proceeds in the amount of $22,243,751 currently allocated to the District 
capital projects listed in Table A to the District capital projects, in the amounts specified, 
listed in Table B. 

(b) The current allocations were made pursuant to the Fiscal Year 2000 General Obligation 
Bond Issuance Authorization Emergency Resolution of 2000 (PR13-658), the Fiscal Year 2001 
General Obligation Bond Issuance Authorization Resolution of 2001 (PR14-224), the Fiscal 
Year 2002 General Obligation Bond Issuance Authorization Emergency Resolution of 2002 
(PR14-585), the Fiscal Year 2003 General Obligation Bond Issuance Approval Resolution of 
2003 (PR15-129), the Fiscal Year 2004 General Obligation Bond Issuance Approval Emergen- 
cy Resolution of 2003 (PR15-364), the Fiscal Year 2005 General Obligation Bond Issuance 
Approval Resolution of 2004 (PR15-715), the Fiscal Year 2006 General Obligation Bond 
Issuance Approval Emergency Resolution of 2005 (PR16-356), the Fiscal Year 2007 General 
Obligation Bond Issuance Approval Resolution of 2007 (PR17-144), and the Fiscal Year 2008 
General Obligation Boncf Issuance Approval Resolution of 2007 (PR17-415). 

TABLE A 

CAPITAL PROJECTS TO WHICH BOND PROCEEDS ARE CURRENTLY ALLOCAT- 
ED 



Agency 


Project 


Implementing 
Agency 


Project Title 


Bond Issuance 
Series 


Amount 


DCPS 


MG6 


DGS 


MONTGOMERY/KIPP EDU. CTR 


2007A 


394,303 


DCPS 


NA6 


DGS 


BALLOU SH 


2007C 


70,830 


DCPS 


NB2 


DGS 


BELL LINCOLN HIGH 


2007C 


48,825 


DCPS 


NB4 


DGS 


BIRNEY ELEMENTARY 


2002A,2004A,B,C 


54,001 


DCPS 


NC8 


DGS 


CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY 


2007C 


4,586 


DCPS 


NJ2 


DGS 


MACFARLAND MS 


2007A 


1,310,698 


DCPS 


NN6 


DGS 


SHARPE HEALTH-RENOVATION 


2007C 


3,653 


DCPS 


NOl 


DGS 


SLOWE ES 


2003B,C,D 


10,033 


DCPS 


N02 


DGS 


SMOTHERS ES 


2003B,C,D 


12,322 


DCPS 


NP9 


DGS 


TURNER ES 


2007C 


6,888 


DCPS 


NQ3 


DGS 


WALKER JONESES 


2007A 


819,004 


DCPS 


NR8 


DGS 


KELLY MILLER MS 


2007C 


24,226 


DCPS 


T22 


DGS 


DCPS GENERAL I.T. 


2004A,B,C 


1,041,980 


DDOT 


CK2 


DDOT 


FY02 ADVANCE DESIGN 


2005A 


108,494 


DDOT 


EDS 


DDOT . 


GREAT STREETS INITIATIVES 


2007A 


4,555,525 



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DDOT 


WTF 


DDOT 


RELOCATE GEORGTOWN SALT DOME 
TO RENO RD 


2007A 


206,975 


DGS 


AA2 


DGS 


DC ARMORY 


2007C 


' 23,169 


DGS 


GR9 


DGS 


RENOVATE OLD JUVENILE COURT 
BLDG 


2001C 


, 44,328 


DGS 


N14 


DGS 


GOVERNMENT CENTERS 


2004A,B,C 


2,313,438 


DGS 


PL106C 


DGS 


GOVT CTRS POOL (ANACOSTIA-DOES- 
DHS) 


■ , 2008E 


1,704,507 


DGS 


WIL 


DGS 


WILSON BUILDING* ; . \ ./, M ; ■.'■'-; 


. 2005A 


37,999 


DHS 


SB6 


DGS 


CCNV SHELTER 


2004A,B,C 


10,000 


DMH 


.HX9 


DMH 


SAINT ELIZABETH HOSPITAL IM- 
PROVEMENTS 


2001C 


718 


DMH 


XA4 


DMH 


DEMOLITION OF DIX/JHP S.l ,:'.,■,' v ": 'V 


Y.Vti 2008E 


37,823 


DMV 


WA3 


DMV 


BRENTWOOD RD NE-DMY; ^ \« *:,, ... :,, , ' 


.;' 2002A 


8,101 


DMV 


WA7 


OCTO 


MSMP-MOTORIST SERVICES MODERN- 
IZATION PROGRAM 


2004A,B,C 


2,178,272 


RPO 


CE2 


DGS 


GEN, IMPROVEMENTS AT CENTRAL- 
DETENTION CENTER 


2004A,B,C 


^-154 


DPR 


QBS 


DGS 


GORGETOWN POOL & REC CENTER 


. . 2003B,C,D 


; 26 


DPR 


QD1 < 


DGS 


CAMP RIVERVIEW REC FACILITY 


2004A,B,C 


, 613,072 


DPW 


FMl 


DPW 


. FACILITY RENOVATION— DPW 


2003B,C,D 


, 13,500) 


DPW 


SW4 . 


DPW 


SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT l 


2004A3.C 


. 4: 


FEMS 


FTS 


FEMS 


FIRE TRAINING SIMULATOR 


2001C 


401,206; 


FEMS 


LAI 


DGS 


ENGINE 1 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2004A,B,C & 
2005A 


249,164 


.. FEMS . 


LA7 , 


DGS 


E-7/FLEET MAINTENANCE 


2005A 


8,896 


FEMS 


LB3- 


DGS 


ENGINE 12 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2001C.2007C 


... 551 


, FEMS 


LB6 


DGS 


ENGINE 15 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2004A J B,C & 
2005A 


370,526, 


FEMS 


LD1 


DGS 


ENGINE 28 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2003B.CD 


238,190. 


FEMS 


LD2 


DGS 


ENGINE 29 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2004A,B,C & 
2005A 


1,064,98§ 


FEMS 


LE3 


DGS 


ENGINE 5 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2004A,B,C 


18,737 


FEMS 


LE5 


DGS 


ENGINE 14 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


2004A,B,C .. 


220,987 


FEMS 


LE7 


DGS 


ENGINE 27 COMPLETE RENOVATION 


.,, 2004AB,C 


306,173' 


. FEMS 


LF3 


FEMS 


FLEET MAINTENANCE 


2004A,B,C 


f "- ' 219,878' 


MPD 


DP6 


MPD 


POLICE COMPUTERS 


2007C 


1,630 


OCA 


SM4 


OCA 


HOMELESS NO MORE 


2008E 


522,570 


OCP 


MMS 


OCP . 


PMIS ENHANCEMENT 


■ 2001C , 


^ ,-4,181, 


OCTO 


N18 


OCTO 


DATA CENTER FACILITY IMPROVE- 
MENTS 


2004A,B,C ^ 


2,956,568; 


UDC 


PA6 


DGS 


BUILDING #44. 


. :.2003B,C,D ._.. 


............2,052. 


TOTAL 




1 




., . ■.. ..'.:, , . ' 


$22,243,741 



TABLE B 

APPROVED CAPITAL PROJECTS TO WHICH BOND PROCEEDS ARE REALLO- 
CATED 



Agency Project Implementing Project Title 
* Agency 


Bond 

Issuance 

Series 


Amount 


' ■'. ." ■ \ . . .;■ ..... .■' 


WMATA TOP ' WMATA TRANSIT OPERATIONS 

& DEDICATED 
FACILITIES 


N/A 


$22,243,751 



SUBTITLE E. CAPITAL PROJECT RESCISSION, 

Sec. 9041. Short title. - 

This subtitle may be cited as the "Capital Project Rescission Emergency Act of 2012". 

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Sec. 9042. (a)The Chief Financial Officer shall rescind $1.1 million of PAYGO allotment 
and budget authority from capital project EB402c, "Pennsylvania Avenue SE Properties" 
under the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Development, in fiscal year 2012. 

(b) The Chief Financial Officer shall recognize the rescinded amount identified in subsec- 
tion (a) of this section as fiscal year 2013 local funds revenue. 

TITLE X. REVISED REVENUE ESTIMATE CONTINGENCY 

[Reserved] 

TITLE XI. FISCAL IMPACT AND EFFECTIVE DATE. 

Sec. 11001. 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. 11002. 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 19, 2012. 



CONTRACT NO. DCEB-DMPED-ll-C-0019 APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-386 

AN ACT to approve, o"n an emergency basis, modifications to Contract No. DCEB- 
DMPED-ll-C-0019 to provide comprehensive asset and property management services to the 
Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development and to authorize 
payment to Spectrum Management, LLC, 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. DCEB-DMPED-ll-C-0019 Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act of 2012". 

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. 
DCEB-DMPED-ll-C-0019 to provide comprehensive asset and property management ser- 
vices to the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, and 
authorizes payment to Spectrum Management, LLC in the amount not to exceed 
$1,032,095.03 (fiscal year 2011 and fiscal year 2012 base contract) for services received. 

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 

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thati 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, 2012. ■ " '< 



SIGN REGULATION EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2012 

Act 19-387 

AN ACT to amend, on an emergency basis, An Act To regulate the erection, hanging, placing, 
painting, display, and maintenance of outdoor signs and other forms of exterior advertising 
within the District of Columbia to provide the Mayor with rulemaking and enforcement 
authority over the outdoor display of signs in the District; to amend the Construction Codes 
Approval and Amendments Act of 1986 to remove the regulation of exterior signs from the 
Construction Codes, and to repeal provisions that reference non- existent model building codes^ 
Gallery Place sign rulemaking, and a long-dormant advisory Council; and to make conforming 
amendments to the Litter Control Administration Act of 1985, the District of Columbia Bus 
Shelter Act of 1979, section 25-763(f) of the District of Columbia Official Code, and section 7 of 
Chapter 150 of An Act Making appropriations to provide for the expenses pf the government of 
the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth nineteen hundred and 
fourteen, and for other purposes; 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Sign Regulation Emergency Amendment Act of 2012". 

Sec. 2. An Act To regulate the erection, hanging, placing, painting, display, and mainte- 
nance of outdoor signs and other forms of exterior advertising within the District of 
Columbia, approved March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1486; D.C. Official Code § 1-303.21 .etse^ is 
amended as follows: 

(a) Section 1 (D.C. Official Code § 1-303.21) is amended to read as follows: 

"(a) The Mayor shall issue, amend, repeal and enforce rules governing the hanging, 
placing, painting, display, and maintenance of signs on public space owned or controlled by 
the District and on private property within public view within the District. 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, in whole or in part, by resolution within this 45-day review 
period, the proposed rules shall be deemed approved 

"(b) The rules shall, at a minimum: f V : /.'"■' 

"(1) Determine the types of signs that shall be allowed and prohibited and establish 
permit requirements for signs where appropriate; 

"(2) Establish standards for the location, size, and illumination of different types of sign?; 

. "(3j Allow 1 for the display of signs that contribute to a healthy business environment land 

: civic communication while protecting the health, safety, convenience, and welfare of - the 

public, including protection of the appearance of outdoor space throughout the District; 

"(4) State the specific requirements for large signs and billboards; 

"(5) Establish standards for sighs on historic sites or in historic areas; ■ ■ 

"(6) Provide structural requirements for signs to ensure their safety; 

' "(7) Ensure compliance with federal highway requirements; 

"(8) Provide for the creation of Designated Entertainment Areas to allow for the display 
of additional signs; and _ ;J ' 

"(9) Establish permit fees and fines and other penalties for violations of the sign rules.". 

(b) A hew section la is added to read as follows: _■.-/■ :,-■//;; ^ 

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"Sec. la. Adjudication of infractions of the rules issued pursuant to section 1 shall.be 
pursuant to the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs Civil Infractions Act of 
1985, effective July\L6, 1985 (D.C. Law 6-42; D.C. Official Code § 8-801.01 et seq.) ("Civil 
Infractions Act"), and the Litter Control Administration Act of 1985, effective March 25, 1986 
(D.C. Law 6-100; D.C. Official Code § 8-801 et seq.) ("Litter Control Act"), as applicable. 
The Mayor may, through rulemaking, establish a schedule of fines and penalties for 
infractions of these rules that are separate from the fines and penalties imposed under the 
Civil Infractions Act and the Litter Control Act. These rules shall be subject to Council 
review and approval as described in section 1.". 

(c) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 1-303.22) is repealed. 

(d) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 1-303.23) is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 4. (a) In addition to the remedies applicable under section 2, the Mayor may 
summarily abate a violation of rules issued under section 1 if the violation presents a hazard 
to the public. In these circumstances, the permit holder and the owner of the property where 
the sign is displayed shall be entitled to an expedited hearing within 72 hours after the 
abatement. ' 

"(b) Unauthorized signs and signs that are otherwise out of compliance with rules issued 
under section 1 shall be removed within 10 days after the permit holder, or the owner or 
occupant of the premises where the sign is displayed, receives a written notice of violation 
from the Mayor. The owner and occupant of the premises where the sign is displayed and 
the permit holder shall be responsible for removing the sign and may be held responsible for 
any penalties imposed for the violation. If the owner, occupant, or permit holder fails, to. 
remove the sign within the 10-day period and fails to request a hearing, the Mayor may 
remove the sign and the owner, occupant, and permit holder shall be responsible for the costs 
of the removal.". 

Sec. 3. The Construction Codes Approval and Amendments Act of 1986, effective March 
21, 1987 (D.C. Law 6-216; D.C. Official Code § 6-1401 et seq.\ is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 4(a)(1) (D.C. Official Code § 6-1403(a)(l)) is amended by striking the phrase 
"signs, advertising devices" and inserting the phrase "interior signs, advertising devices" in 
its place. 

(b) Section 4a (D.C. Official Code § 6-1403.01) is repealed. 

(c) Section 10 (D.C. Official Code §' 6-1409) is amended by repealing subsections (a-1) and 
(b). 

(d) Section 10a (D.C. Official Code § 6-1410) is repealed. 

(e) Section 10b (D.C. Official Code § 6-1411) is repealed. 

Sec. 4. Section 3(a)(1) of the Litter Control Administration Act of 1985, effective March 
25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-100; D.C. Official Code § 8-802(a)(l)), is amended as follows: 

(a) Strike the phrase "of 1988," and insert the phrase "of 1988, effective March 16, 1989 
(D.C. Law 7-226; D.C. Official Code § 8-1001 et seq.)," in its place. 

(b) Strike the phrase ", and a number of rules" and insert the phrase ", a number of rules" 
in its place. 

(c) Strike the phrase ". Contested cases arising from violations of the regulations listed in 
this section shall be adjudicated in accordance with the system provided in sections 5, 6, and 
9." and insert the phrase ", and any rules relating to signs on public space issued pursuant to 
section 1 of An Act To regulate the erection, hanging, placing, painting, display, and 
maintenance of outdoor signs and other forms of exterior advertising within the District of 
Columbia, approved March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. I486; D.C. Official § Code 1-303.21)." in its 
place. 

Sec. 5. Section 10 of the District of Columbia Bus Shelter Act of 1979, effective May 10, 
1980 (D.C. Law 3-67; D.C. Official Code § 9-1159), is repealed. 

Sec. 6. Section 25-763(f) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by striking 
the phrase "the regulations contained in Chapter 31 of Title 12 of the District of Columbia 
Municipal Regulations." and inserting the phrase "section 1 of An Act' To regulate the 
erection, hanging, placing, painting, display, and maintenance of outdoor signs and other 

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forms of exterior advertising within the District of Columbia, ' approved March 3, 1931i i (46 
Stat. 1486; D.C. Official Code § 1-303.21), and any rules issued pursuant to that .section^ to 
its place. ■ . '/■. ; /„;•■.*;■ ;' 

Sec. 7. Section 7 of Chapter 150 of An Act Making appropriations to 1 provide tfor^ the 
expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending. June 
thirtieth nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other purposes, approved March 4, 19'13 5 (S7 
Stat. 974; D.C. Official Code § 42-4801); is repealed,- y ■>■■ ; ^ - ;' 

Sec. 8. Any order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced \yf this T act 'shall 
remain in effect until repealed, amended, or superseded. ' ' " ' ' /; "" fi lJ 

Sec. 9. Applicability ■ v.. .■■<.'<■ > ; />.■■;. ■■ * ■. - .. * v :,/ ' ^^ 

Se tions 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 shall apply upon the Mayor's^ issuance 6f a comprehensive /final 

rulemaking governing signs on public space and private 1 property "pursuant to section 2. 

Sec. 10. 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. 11. Effective date. k ,.,',.,,♦, 

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: July 11, 2012. ' ' '^ ■;, 



CONTRACT NO. DCHO2008-D-5052 MODIFICATION APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT OF 2012 f 

,; r " Act 19-388 ' " ' J "' n '' 

.-...■■■ ■ . _■■■•■■ "r, . .■■■:..■■■;'■: ' , ,■ '.'■'■'■ ' ' '■ ■ '■■JV)''i *')) 

AN ACT to approve, on an emergency basis, Modification No. 20 to Contract No. 
DCHC-2008-D-5052 to provide healjth care services to children and their parents enrolled in 
Medicaid managed care and for individuals enrolled under the DC HealthCare Alliance 
program, and to authorize payment for the services received and to be received underline 

■■':_■ contract ■ \V .. .; > > r: ■.•)■;'■■■ - y . . . .*■' . c y)H 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT QJP COLUMBIA, That^s 
act may be cited as the "Contract Nq v f)CH<^^ 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2012". " ■"'' ■' ;'' """''■■' ' ' ' ' \'" 

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. 2Q to Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 with DC Chartered Health Plan, Inc., to prcivide 
^health care services to children and their parents and authorizes payment in the amount of 
$171,446,010 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 § 1-206. 02(c) (3)). . , [ ^, ' ' 
; Sec. 4 Effective date. ' . ■■* - ..... ; ''i ( ., M ,-> 

. This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto-blithe 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no^ilonger 

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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, ap