On Tuesday, October 19, the Ward 6 Democrats will host a special Forum with Kwame Brown, the next Chair of the DC Council at the Southeast Branch Public Library (403 7th St SE), from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. If you have not had the opportunity to meet Councilmember Brown, this is a great opportunity to do so and to make sure that the Council's next Chairman will be looking out for H Street and Ward 6's priorities on the Council. The Forum is cosponsored by H Street Great Street, the Hill Rag, the Hill is Home, and other community groups.
In January, Councilmember Kwame Brown will take over the helm of the Council of the District of Columbia. Join our next Chairman, along with several of his At-Large Council colleagues and Ward 6 Councilmember Tommy Wells, for a conversation about the future of the Council and DC. This is a good opportunity to ask about how the Council will keep education reform a priority for years to come and to find out what Councilmember Brown has planned for the Council to support the continued growth of H Street NE? Councilmember Brown kept his campaign offices on H Street during each of his past two elections and was a visible presence on H Street much of this summer. If you did not have the chance to meet him, be sure to stop by to hear about why he is excited about H Street and what his plans are to help further growth and progress in the District.
Ward 6 Forum with Councilmember and Chairman-to-be Kwame Brown
Tuesday, October 19, 2010, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Southeast Branch Public Library, 403 7th Street, SE