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Wrap Up from Saturday’s MPD Meet and Greet

April 27, 2015
4D Commander

4D Commander Wilfredo Manlapaz and Councilmember Anita Bonds

Saturday’s MPD Meet and Greet, organized by Councilmember Anita Bonds, was well attended. In addition to a room full of residents, many ANC Commissioners from 1A and 4C were there, and Councilmember Elissa Silverman showed up during the latter half of the meeting.

Representing the police were 4D Commander Wilfredo Manlapaz and Captain Vendette Parker. The event was originally organized as a meet and greet so that residents could better know the officers patrolling their communities. However, with only two representatives from MPD there, the format changed into a question and answer session.

Drew Schneider posted a fairly detailed overview of the meeting at this Petworth News page which is worth a read as well.

Commander Manlapaz(A packed room engaged with Commander Manlapaz.)

Mapping Area Homicides and Assaults with Deadly Weapons for 2011

December 13, 2011

As we are nearing the end of the year, I thought it would be informative to see where this year’s homicides and assaults with deadly weapons (ADW) have been. The map below (via the link) includes all the known incidents in these categories for 2011 in ANC 1A, 1B, and 4C. Homicides are in red, ADW involving a gun are in purple, and all other ADWs are in yellow.

While the Park View area appears to be much quieter in these crimes than surrounding areas, it is having a huge spike in theft from autos. I’ll map out property crimes involving autos in the coming weeks.

(Click for larger, navigable version)

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November 2011 ANC4C Newsletter Now Available

November 14, 2011

The latest ANC4C newsletter is now available. You can click on the image at the right for a PDF of it.

Items that readers may find of interest include:

  • Information on the resignation of ANC 4C09 Commissioner Joe Martin and information about the resulting special election;
  • Meeting highlights from the ANC 4C September and October meetings;
  • Information on a new Petworth List-serv;
  • Write up on the GAPP Heritage Trail; and,
  • A community calendar.

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September 2011 ANC4C Newsletter Now Available

September 12, 2011

The latest ANC4C newsletter is now available. You can click on the image at the right for a PDF of it.

Items that readers may find of interest include:

  • Impact of the August earthquake and hurricane on the Petworth area;
  • News on the new Hardware Store coming to Upshur Street;
  • ANC 4C Redistricting meeting;
  • ANC 4C August Meeting highlights; and,
  • Change of the date and time for monthly ANC 4C meetings (now to be held on the second Wednesday of the month at the Petworth Library.

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June 2011 ANC4C Newsletter Now Available

June 29, 2011

The latest ANC4C newsletter is now available. You can click on the image at the right for a PDF of it.

Items that readers may find of interest include:

  • A report on the grand opening of Mary’s Center, located at 2912 Georgia Ave.;
  • Details on the Petworth Jazz Project;
  • June ANC 4C meeting report; and,
  • The importance of not tampering with fire hydrants during the Summer months.

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March 2011 ANC4C Newsletter Now Available

May 4, 2011

The latest ANC4C newsletter is now available. You can click on the image at the right for a PDF of it.

Items that readers may find of interest include:

  • An update on the Middle Georgia Avenue Great Streets project (between Otis Place and Webster Street);
  • Details on the reopening of the Petworth Market, scheduled to begin on March 20th;
  • News on a prospective new Capital Bikeshare location at Upshur Street and Georgia Avenue; and,
  • The Announcement of a Petworth Jazz Series to be located at the Raymond Petworth Recreation Center.

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January, 2011, ANC4C Newsletter Now Available

February 8, 2011

The latest ANC4C newsletter is now available. You can click on the image at the right for a PDF of it.

Items that readers may find of interest include:

  • An article on the opening of the new Upshur Dog Park;
  • Details on the soon-to-open Mary’s Center;
  • A Petworth Oral History Project; and,
  • News that internationally recognized artist, Sam Gilliam, has opened a gallery studio at 5507 14th Street, NW, at the corner of Colorado Avenue.

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