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D.C. Wire TV: Nakamura on Property Tax Appeals

The city is expecting to lose twice as much money as in years past as property owners appeal their tax assessments. Post Reporter David Nakamura discusses this development and explains its impact with News Channel 8....

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  February 26, 2009; 12:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Budget , David Nakamura  
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D.C. Delegation Convention Agenda? Voting Rights, Stupid

One month left until Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and D.C. Democratic State Committee Chair Anita Bonds lead the city's delegation to Denver for the Democratic National Convention. They'll set up headquarters at the Crowne Plaza (and a few overflow hotels for the roughly 100 delegates, staff, voluteers and other hangers-on)....

By David A Nakamura  |  July 24, 2008; 3:48 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  2008 Presidential Race , David Nakamura  
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Moneme Gets $40,000 Pay Increase

Amid rumors that he was frustrated by long hours and micromanaging by the Fenty administration, here's one good reason why Emeka Moneme is leaving for Metro: He will earn $185,000 a year in his new gig, according to sources, up from the $145,000 he earned at DDOT. Moneme, 35, has...

By David A Nakamura  |  July 23, 2008; 3:25 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (13)
Categories:  David Nakamura , transportation  
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Lawyer Seales Named Interim Transportation Director

Frank Seales Jr., general counsel for the D.C. Department of Transportation, was named today as interim director of that agency to replace Emeka Moneme, who is leaving for Metro. Seales has worked there since 2001, after serving as chief counsel for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, according to a...

By David A Nakamura  |  July 23, 2008; 2:13 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
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D.C. Transportation Director Departs for Metro

D.C. Department of Transportation Director Emeka C. Moneme is heading back to Metro. (Photo courtesy of District of Columbia Department of Transportation) He was among a young group of new leaders that Mayor Adrian M. Fenty touted as the "best and the brightest" when he created his cabinet, but...

By David A Nakamura  |  July 23, 2008; 12:09 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
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Hotel Association Endorses Council Incumbents

The Hotel Association of Washington has endorsed a clean sweep of incumbents in the D.C. Council races, putting its clout behind Carol Schwartz (R-At Large) and Democrats Kwame R. Brown (At Large), Jack Evans (Ward 2), Muriel Bowser (Ward 4), Yvette Alexander (Ward 7) and Marion Barry (Ward 8). The...

By David A Nakamura  |  July 23, 2008; 10:32 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  2008 District Election , David Nakamura  
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Board of Trade Endorses Mara Over Schwartz, David A Nakamura , July 21, 2008
Fenty: Lerners "Very Sincere", David A Nakamura , July 11, 2008
CFO Gandhi Warns About Over-Borrowing, David A Nakamura , July 9, 2008
Video Reaction to Supreme Court Ruling, David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
Police Union Chief: City's Reaction Insufficient, David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton Responds to Gun Ruling, David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
D.C. Government Phone Number For Gun Questions, David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
Reaction to Gun Ruling (*Updated), David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
D.C. Attorney General: All Guns Must Be Registered, David A Nakamura , June 26, 2008
D.C. Surveillance Camera Regulations Set, David A Nakamura , June 21, 2008
D.C. Quarter Vote Winner: Duke Ellington, David A Nakamura , June 20, 2008
Congress, City Spar over WASA, David A Nakamura , June 18, 2008
New Gig for Former D.C. Attorney General, David A Nakamura , June 18, 2008
Environmentalists: Nats' Advertiser Strikes Out, David A Nakamura , June 17, 2008
The Pace Setter, David A Nakamura , June 16, 2008
In the Mayor's Shadow, David A Nakamura , June 13, 2008
Fenty Gets New Wheels, David A Nakamura , June 13, 2008
Police Union Chief: Checkpoints Not Effective, David A Nakamura , June 10, 2008
Economists: Soccer Stadium is Bad Investment, David A Nakamura , June 10, 2008
Anti-Soccer Stadium Petition Launched, David A Nakamura , June 5, 2008
Buff 'n' Scrub Round 2 Goes to Fenty, David A Nakamura , June 4, 2008
Lanier: "More Extreme Tactics" Necessary, David A Nakamura , June 4, 2008
No Tanzania Trip For Barry, David A Nakamura , June 2, 2008
Prince George's Woos D.C. United, David A Nakamura , June 2, 2008
Barry to Submit Soccer Bill From ... Africa?, David A Nakamura , May 29, 2008
Gandhi Fights Back, David A Nakamura , May 29, 2008
Catania Attacks Baseball Projections, David A Nakamura , May 28, 2008
Soccer In Ward 8?, David A Nakamura , May 28, 2008
Quarter Debate Begins, David A Nakamura , May 22, 2008
Live From 15th and L Streets..., David A Nakamura , May 21, 2008
The Pace Setter, David A Nakamura , May 19, 2008
You Know It's Campaign Season When..., David A Nakamura , May 15, 2008
More Development Along the Anacostia River, David A Nakamura , May 14, 2008
Mayor Williams to Honor Mayor Fenty Tonight, David A Nakamura , May 13, 2008
Business Property Tax Cut is $21 Million, David A Nakamura , May 12, 2008
Fenty 2006: Yes to New Library, David A Nakamura , May 12, 2008
My First Taxi Meter, David A Nakamura , May 9, 2008
No Confrontation at Police Memorial Service, David A Nakamura , May 9, 2008
Breaking News: Police Rescind Fenty Invite, David A Nakamura , May 8, 2008
Business Tax Cut Still Alive, David A Nakamura , May 8, 2008
Bleacher Bums, David A Nakamura , May 8, 2008
The Numbers Are In, David A Nakamura , May 7, 2008
Fenty's Options for New Budget Woes, David A Nakamura , May 7, 2008
Fenty Hits N.C. for Obama, David A Nakamura , May 6, 2008
And the Winner (For Now) Is..., David A Nakamura , May 5, 2008
Pimp My Police Car, David A Nakamura , May 5, 2008
Say What?!, David A Nakamura , May 5, 2008
A Day at the Park, David A Nakamura , May 5, 2008
First School, Then Baseball, David A Nakamura , May 2, 2008
Yes, Mr. Mayor, Your Staff is Hard at Work, David A Nakamura , May 2, 2008
D.C. Wire Exclusive: The D.C. Quarter Finalists, David A Nakamura , May 2, 2008
Meters or Zones Today?, David A Nakamura , May 1, 2008
"Mr. Mayor, do you like the Yankees?", David A Nakamura , April 30, 2008
Gotta Keep Hydrated, David A Nakamura , April 30, 2008
Fenty on Capitol Hill, David A Nakamura , April 30, 2008
The Pace Setter (Midweek Bonus Edition!), David A Nakamura , April 30, 2008
No Jury Duty for Fenty, David A Nakamura , April 29, 2008
Fenty Awaiting Potential Jury Duty, David A Nakamura , April 29, 2008
Deputy Mayor's Budget Sliced, David A Nakamura , April 29, 2008
Breaking News: City Wins Cab Dispute, David A Nakamura , April 21, 2008
The Pace Setter, David A Nakamura , April 21, 2008
Police Focus to Increase in Fifth District, David A Nakamura , April 18, 2008
New Gandhi Spokesman, David A Nakamura , April 18, 2008
More Evidence Fenty Remains Popular, David A Nakamura , April 17, 2008
Constitution Project to Mayor: Watch Those Cameras, David A Nakamura , April 16, 2008
The Pace Setter, David A Nakamura , April 16, 2008
Fenty to Hang With Pope, David A Nakamura , April 15, 2008
Taxation Without Representation, David A Nakamura , April 15, 2008
Lanier: 80 Percent of Young Arrestees Are Fatherless, David A Nakamura , April 14, 2008
Police Achieve Milestone (*Updated), David A Nakamura , April 14, 2008
MoJo -- The Future of D.C. Wire?, David A Nakamura , April 11, 2008
The CAFR: Read All About It, David A Nakamura , April 10, 2008
Fenty Takes the Hill, David A Nakamura , April 10, 2008
Video: Hollywood Star Stumps for D.C., David A Nakamura , April 9, 2008
Father of Brittany Jacks Sues District, David A Nakamura , April 9, 2008
Breaking News: Lottery Contract Withdrawn, David A Nakamura , April 9, 2008
Nats No Shows, David A Nakamura , April 8, 2008
Fenty, Rhee Talk Education in Memphis, David A Nakamura , April 4, 2008
Fenty v. Council on Business Tax Relief, David A Nakamura , April 4, 2008
Nats' New Fan?, David A Nakamura , April 3, 2008
New High School Baseball Series at Nats Park, David A Nakamura , April 3, 2008
Whither the CAFR?, David A Nakamura , April 3, 2008
Fenty's Budget Testimony (*Updated), David A Nakamura , March 31, 2008
The Pace Setter, David A Nakamura , March 31, 2008
Thanks, Mayor Will--er, Fenty...!, David A Nakamura , March 28, 2008
Camera Ready, David A Nakamura , March 27, 2008
Away Game, David A Nakamura , March 26, 2008
More On School Fundraising, David A Nakamura , March 25, 2008
The New Ward 8, David A Nakamura , March 25, 2008
Turnbull Indicted, David A Nakamura , March 24, 2008
Before He Was Mayor, David A Nakamura , March 24, 2008
How Much for Nationals Park?, David A Nakamura , March 24, 2008
Mayor Williams Talks Soccer Stadium, David A Nakamura , March 19, 2008
 
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