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May 30, 2024
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My team and I enjoyed meeting with constituents in Wakefield today at the May edition of my Workday in the Ward. Thank you to all who joined us! Save the date for the next one on June 27.

This morning, I toured the Wilson Aquatic Center with DGS Director Hunter. They are in the home stretch. They will begin filling the pool this week and give the facility a final deep clean, followed by the necessary inspections. 🧵

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Don't forget to join me, my team, and a number of DC agencies for my Workday in the Ward this Thursday. We'll be at the Den in Politics and Prose on Connecticut Avenue from 8 am to noon. I hope to see you there!

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Yesterday, my team & I joined neighbors, @DCMOCRS, @DCPoliceDept, @DCDPR, @DDOTDC, ANC Commissioners, & @VanNessMainSt to discuss Forest Hills Park. Thanks to the opportunity to gather, we can develop proactive solutions to keep this community asset a place of enjoyment for all.

My latest newsletter is out, including updates on:
- The FY25 budget
- Covenants bills
- Workday in the Ward (5/23)
- Better Bus Network
- Smart food waste bins
https://conta.cc/3QNVYLf

Thank you @CMFrumin for being such an advocate for seniors throughout this budget season & prioritizing No Senior Hungry & direct care workers and expressing a need to reverse the cuts to the Earned Income Tax Credit & funding a Child Tax Credit to support low-income residents.

.@CMFrumin also mentions District Child Tax Credit as a funding priority. It is a clear, proven way to make a material difference in the lives of some of our most vulnerable neighbors.

The Council has started its all-day budget work session. We'll be discussing as each committee chair presents his or her committee's budget markup.
Ways to watch today are provided here: http://bit.ly/3ylHT1s

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Ward 3

Ward 3 is a tight-knit community in Northwest DC of more than 87,000 residents living in 14+ neighborhoods, including AU Park, Chevy Chase, Cleveland Park, Foxhall Village, Friendship Heights, Palisades, Spring Valley, Tenleytown, Wesley Heights, Woodley Park, and more. Ward 3 is steeped in history and known for its green space, strong public schools, and a unique, small-town feel.

Already a great place to raise a family, age in place, and start a business, together we can make Ward 3 even better.

Ward 3
Councilmember Matt Frumin

Councilmember Matt Frumin

Matt Frumin is a dedicated community activist and longtime Ward 3 resident. Equipped with decades of experience building coalitions, uniting neighbors, and securing quality of life improvements, he now represents Ward 3 residents as their Councilmember.

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