Posts Tagged ‘Anita Bonds’

Bonds Bill Aims to Protect Museum Square Tenants, Defying Lawsuit From Owner

The Section 8 building has been the subject of two lawsuits and three D.C. Council bills.

Use It or Lose It: A Legislative Tool to Save Affordable Housing Hasn’t Been Funded

More than six years after the District Opportunity to Purchase Act became law, it's never been used.

Can More Data Help Mitigate D.C.’s Affordable Housing Crunch?

Anita Bonds thinks so.

How Should D.C. Recoup Affordable Housing Funds?

Of all the city's affordable housing programs, this has to be among the worst returns on investment: The city, through its Housing Production Trust Fund, subsidizes the construction or renovation of an affordable home. A low-income resident buys it at a steep discount. After 15 years, the resident can sell the property and pocket not [...]

The Geography of Council Campaign Donations, From Anita to Zukerberg

The conventional wisdom in the ongoing at-large D.C. Council race is that the city is divided by geography. Incumbent Anita Bonds, the thinking goes, can count on strong support east of the Anacostia River, while Matthew Frumin, Elissa Silverman, and Pat Mara are competing for votes west of Rock Creek Park and on Capitol Hill.
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