You can help low- and moderate-income working residents have more money in their pockets

You can help low- and moderate-income working residents have more money in their pockets

Thousands of DC families and individuals claim the federal and local Earned Income Tax Credits. The individual financial benefits can be substantial. But what about those families and individuals who don’t participate? Unfortunately, they are leaving money on the table. You’re invited to the #DCEITC Forum December 12 to help close the gap in participation.

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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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Dr. Unique Morris-Hughes: new head of Department of Employment Services

Dr. Unique Morris-Hughes: new head of Department of Employment Services

APACC wants the waterfront corridor to be an equitable economic engine, providing green jobs to restore, maintain and program parks and build sustainable neighborhoods; workforce training; and green job-preparedness education for youth. Can the new DOES director make some of this happen?

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