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I actually felt sad watching him lug his own ladder in and out of his car to run his last hope campaign. He should’ve just retired in silent shame.” Read More
From Council Chair Phil Mendelson:
“This morning, all 12 members of the DC Council, in their personal capacity as elected officials, have joined together to issue the following statement on former Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans’s decision to run again for DC Council:
All of us agreed to expel Jack Evans from the DC Council after an exhaustive investigation found numerous violations of our Code of Conduct. Mr. Evans resigned before we could formally vote to expel him last week. His decision to run for Ward 2 Councilmember again, which we do not and cannot support, shows a willful and arrogant disregard for ethics and is not in the best interests of the District. It is time to rebuild the public’s trust in the Council, which is why it is time to move on and focus on the issues that matter most to the residents and businesses of our city.
Robert White, Jr.
Mary M. Cheh
Well that explains the whole lunar parade appearance we marveled about yesterday.
Former Council Member Jack Evans resigned and left the Council on January 17th…
Thanks to all who sent messages about the head scratching development. Tom Sherwood broke the news around 5:30pm Monday:
“Former W2 CoMember Jack Evans files to run for both the special June election to replace him and the June primary for a new term, per filing with DC Elections Board.”
Some Council Members replied right away: Read More
Tom Sherwood breaks the news on twitter at 12:58pm:
“Veteran Ward 2 DC Council member Jack Evans resigned today, stepping aside in the face of an almost certain Council move to expel him Jan. 21st over ethics issues that have dogged him for two years.”
The resignation letter: Read More
3100 block of P Street, NW
Thanks to a reader for sending the photo above. WTOP reports:
“FBI agents are searching the Georgetown home of D.C. Councilman Jack Evans, one day after he put out a letter saying he would step down from the board that oversees the Metro transit agency, law enforcement sources tell WTOP.” Read More
This bomb dropped around 7pm last night from the Washington Post:
“A consulting firm owned by D.C. Council member Jack Evans received 200,000 shares of stock in a digital sign company just before Evans promoted legislation that would have benefited the company by allowing it to operate in the District, emails and other documents show.”
It is worth reading the entire jaw dropping report.
Initial reactions: Read More
A reader reports this was: “during the White House Correspondents Dinner on 4/28”
Ed. Note: This is not the first time people have been pissed at Evans’ parking prowess. We’ve previously learned that Council Members are not obligated to follow parking regulations except for fire hydrants of course.
Memorial Day parking to remember.
Cross at the crosswalk”
At this point we must recognize that the man gonna park where the man wanna park. Period.
For those who said this wasn’t a bad summer.
@JackEvansWard2 tweets from The Kojo Nnamdi Show:
“Talking about serious rise in crime in the District. Proliferation of synthetic drugs is causing gang activity and violence across the city.”