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DC ANC 2G04 Commissioner

Duties: Serves as a member of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC). Commissioners represent the views of residents of their Single Member District (SMD). After deliberation and votes, the ANC Commission advises the Mayor, Council and executive agencies in local matters such as parking, zoning, traffic, liquor licenses, permits, etc.Salary: None

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    Amanda Gore
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    Fred Hill
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    Steven McCarty
    (NON)

Información Biográfica

What is the most important issue facing your Single Member District and how do you intend to address it?

How will you engage with residents to be an effective Commissioner, especially reaching those who are unfamiliar with the role and value of ANCs?

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Qualifications Steven McCarty is a community leader who has spent years working with local nonprofits supporting families and youth in Washington, D.C. Professionally, he's worked to elect Democrats up and down the ballot all across the country to fight for the progressive changes needed to move our country forward and protect working families. Steven believes in the power of community and wants to work with his constituents to listen, collaborate, and continue fostering a neighborhood that supports its residents and provides opportunity for all.
Campaign Twitter Handle @https://twitter.com/stevenfordc
Website https://www.stevenfordc.com
The most important issue facing 2G04 is keeping our streets (and alleys!) safe and clean for residents to enjoy. Our District includes Blagden Alley, Naylor Court, and four major apartment/condominium buildings which all rely on have accessible, clean, and enjoyable alleyway systems to support residents and our community. Illegally parked cars make it difficult for drivers and pedestrians to enjoy our alleys and streets or simply make it home. When trash isn't properly disposed of or litter clutters our streets, it brings unwanted rodents and pests to our community. As Commissioner, I'll work with DC Parking Enforcement, the DC Department of Public Works, and local businesses to keep our alleys free of obstructions and illegally parked cars, clean, safe, and enjoyable for our neighbors and community.
Communication is central to my platform. It requires listening to neighbors and reporting back on what is happening in our ANC and the surrounding area. I'll host monthly Commissioner Coffee Chats at one of our many local restaurants or businesses to continuously practice listening to our neighbors and community members while also providing them with updates on discussions happening with our ANC and DC Agencies. I will continue building upon the email list our current Commissioner started and use it to send updates on a monthly basis so our neighbors know what's going on in the community. I'll use these platforms to communicate permit requests, new businesses, upcoming roadwork, and any issue of importance to our neighbors. They should always be the first to know!
What are your best qualifications for serving as ANC Commissioner? I have been working with neighbors, community groups, and nonprofits, for years to support youth and hardworking families in the District. I'm a keen listener and an even more vocal advocate for those in need. I see the role of Commissioner as a community champion and that is not something new to me. I'm not running to get my name on the ballot or try this out. I'm ready to begin working for and advocating for my neighbors and constituents on day one.