Councilmember Mendelson Announces Public Safety Community Forum


Sadly this is a topic we’ve been discussing far too frequently lately. So here’s an opportunity to have a “vigorous dialogue with key government representatives”. Thanks to the many readers for sending the following info:

At-Large Councilmember Phil Mendelson, Chairman of the Council’s Committee on Public Safety & the Judiciary, has scheduled a forum to address neighbors’ concerns about public safety issues. The primary purpose of the meeting is to encourage questions and facilitate vigorous dialogue between neighbors and key government representatives. Along with Councilmember Mendelson, representatives from the Metropolitan Police Department as well as the US Attorney’s Office will be on hand to add their expertise to the discussion.

The forum will take place on Thursday, February 5th, from 7-8:30 pm. It will be held at the Patrol Services and School Support Bureau Community Room (801 Shepherd Street, NW – the ROC building).

One Comment

  • PoP, you should a hold a contest of some sort guessing the buzz phrases we’ll here from Fenty’s poison tongue. Those old standby’s like “we are working to address the issues” and “we are listening and will respond” and my personal favorite “things are just fine, really, you’re all imagining things”.

    We could make a bingo game, or a drinking game, or some other fun. It’d be nice to get something worthwhile out of this session false promises.

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