Promotes safe and healthful enjoyment of the Washington, D.C. waterfront by individuals who choose to live, recreate or operate a business or organization at the Gangplank Liveaboard Community in Wharf Marina; and works for a clean, attractive and environmentally healthy marina, waterfront, and river system.
Last year, Councilmember Wells introduced legislation creating the PAC – an advisory body modeled after the Bicycle Advisory Council. The PAC will serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council of the District of Columbia, and District agencies on pedestrian safety issues for the city and make recommendations on policy and legislation. Each Councilmember will be allowed to nominate one member to the PAC.
The PAC will begin its work in the coming months and Councilmember Wells has put a call out to all neighbors interested in serving as the member representing Ward 6.
Nominations can be made through Councilmember Wells’ website (link: http://bit.ly/6Yz76z) and are due by 5:00 pm on February 12th. The Ward 6 PAC member will be selected from the nominations by Councilmember Wells.