PARK(ing) Day 2018 on MLK: A recap in tweets

PARK(ing) Day 2018 on MLK: A recap in tweets

PARK(ing) Day on MLK was wildly successful with lots of fun and relaxation. Residents, business owners, and others contributed to CORRIDORscape, a months-long listening campaign to help APACC develop its policy action agenda for 2019 and beyond.

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Nicholson St SE bridge fixes will improve access to Anacostia Park and are important to the community

Nicholson St SE bridge fixes will improve access to Anacostia Park and are important to the community

Graylin W. Presbury, President of the Fairlawn Citizens Association, reports on Anacostia Bridges at Nicholson Street SE community meeting September 17. In addition to improving life for residents of this Ward 8 neighborhood, DDOT’s work will improve access to Anacostia Park and Anacostia River.

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Updates from the National Park Service - Fall 2018

Updates from the National Park Service - Fall 2018

The National Park Service “National Capital Parks-East” (NACE) sends out a partner newsletter every quarter, and we’ve copied it here for you to read. If you are interested in getting this newsletter by email, contact Pya Langley.

Autumn is almost here! As the leaves start to change and we turn the corner into September, we want to highlight the summer's activities and programs and share our upcoming engagement opportunities. We look forward to our continued partnership on joint programs and our celebration of the environment and history as we connect to the many youth and families in our communities.

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Are you our new communications intern?

Are you our new communications intern?

APACC and its diverse membership share a common vision of a thriving, diverse, and sustainable community which actively accepts and takes ownership of the challenges and opportunities along the Anacostia River Corridor. If you love interacting on social networks and dig sustainability and the local policy and political scene, then this role is ideal for you.

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See you at Ward 7 Day Saturday, September 8

See you at Ward 7 Day Saturday, September 8

APACC is joining members Ward 7 Business Partnership and Washington Parks & People at the annual Ward 7 Day celebration Saturday, September 8 from Noon to 6:00 pm. This year, the event takes place at Marvin Gaye Park (5200 Foote St, NE).

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"Honor the Anacostia" - Summary of the 100 Resilient Cities Phase 2 Working Group Kickoff

"Honor the Anacostia" - Summary of the 100 Resilient Cities Phase 2 Working Group Kickoff

I recently attended the “Phase 2 Kickoff” of DC’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative. There were about 100 people in the room from all kinds of District agencies and non-profit organizations who are concerned about DC’s future. About 20 of them were there to talk specifically about the Anacostia River.

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