The November 30 DC Register in tweets

The November 30 DC Register in tweets

Helder Gil (@hgil), “Transplanted New Yorker. GWU & @GWHatchet alum. Public servant. On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog. All tweets are my personal opinion.”, regularly takes to Twitter to summarize the weekly publication of the DC Register. We’re capturing them here to elevate the importance of the DCR and to make the content more accessible.

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APACC identifies community engagement opportunities and tackles internal challenges

APACC identifies community engagement opportunities and tackles internal challenges

At the November 9 monthly APACC Assembly meeting, member organization representatives brainstormed ideas for potential collaborative project proposals utilizing our funds to support implementation activities. The APACC Assembly adopted initial parameters for the “APACC Fund” at the October monthly meeting in preparation for doing the work required to accomplish elements of the network’s work plan and building capacity towards greater collaboration.

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You can help bolster DC's resiliency

You can help bolster DC's resiliency

You don’t have to be a climate expert or economist to know about resilience. Resilient DC wants to know your ideas about what DC government, for-profit and nonprofit businesses, and individuals can do to make various facets of life in DC resilient. Participate in person meetings or online.

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How is APACC preparing for 2019 priorities?

How is APACC preparing for 2019 priorities?

Several APACC members have received funding to make things happen in the Anacostia River Corridor. Anacostia Trust, for example, is creating an engagement toolkit to test one method of resident around Kenilworth Park North. Anacostia Coordinating Council and partners are focusing on videography to make a difference.

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