Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ward 5 redistricting: final redistricting PowerPoint presentation + language corrections document

See this message from the office of Ward 5 Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr.



From: "Streeter, Racheal (Council)"
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 4:29 PM
Subject: Redistricting Final Meeting PowerPoint and Language Corrections from OP





Good Afternoon Ward 5,

Attached is the PowerPoint presentation from the final redistricting meeting held 11/14/11 along with the language corrections from The Office of Planning. If you have any questions, feel free to contact The Ward 5 Council Office.

Thank you,

Racheal L. Streeter, Administrative Assistant
Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr.
Council of the District of Columbia
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Suite 107
Washington DC
20004
202-724-8028 (office)
202-724-8076 (fax)
Rstreeter@dccouncil.us

Unfortunately, blogspot cannot accommodate either Powerpoint .ppt files or Word document .doc files, so neither of Ms. Streeter's supplied files are provided here. I am hoping that someone can post these two files somewhere at some public location with links, so that they may be referenced.

3 comments:

  1. I recommend getting a free Scribd account, which allows linking and embedding. Save the PowerPoint as a PDF first, which is something you can do in Office 2007 and later.

    www.scribd.com

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  2. If this is the same as the printed copy of the Powerpoint that was available at the Nov 14 meeting, there is not a lot of new info included.

    Two areas which I will share:

    1-There are brief notes from six meetings, none of which are dated. There are also notes from the Oct 6 meeting, which I assume was meeting #6 - it is not clear. On the Task Force blog, there are longer notes from three meetings.

    2-"The Council will ultimately adopt final ANC and SMD boundaries in legislation...(The Council will be guided by your recommendations, though they are free to make their own decisions.)" I think this note should encourage anyone who does not like the current proposal to contact the subcommittee: CM Brown and CM Events (sic), Co-Chairs, and CM Mendelson.

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  3. Scott, you can save any document to Google Docs and make it publicly available via a link from there.

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