The design process for a new Southwest Neighborhood Library located on its current site is moving forward! The DC Public Library (DCPL) posted the Request for Proposal (RFP) for teams to design and build the new structure on October 28, 2016. The RFP can be found at http://www.dclibrary.org/node/55059. An informational meeting for potential teams was […]
It has been some time since I last wrote a “president’s column.” As we enter 2017, I first want to extend the best wishes of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly (SWNA) board to all members of our community for a fulfilling, healthy, and happy year. During my nearly two-year term as president of SWNA, it has […]
On behalf of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly (SWNA) board, we hope that your New Year has gotten off to a great start! One of our resolutions for 2016 is to be more “present” in communicating with the Southwest community and this column space will be a consistent vehicle for doing just that. There are many […]
Candidate for President Bruce Levine and his wife Sharron moved to Tiber Island Condominium in 2013 and could not be happier with their move. Southwest attracted them for multiple reasons, including the dynamism, diversity, and physical attractiveness that they felt and saw as they walked around the community. Southwest DC is a unique place and […]
Four students completed the Computer-for-Kids course: Stevon & Ravon Benson, Landen Johnson, and Miracle Matthews. Photo courtesy of Perry Klein. (photo caption: Miracle Matthews with her Computer-for-Kids certificate. Also in the photo are (L to R) Paul Taylor, speaker at the Graduation; Bruce Levine, SWNA President; Thelma Jones, SWNA YATF Chair; and Gerald Brown, volunteer instructor.
At a special meeting of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly Board held on Nov. 22, Bruce A. Levine was unanimously elected SWNA President to fill the vacancy of Kael Anderson, who had announced that he was stepping down. Levine will serve until the next election and annual meeting of SWNA, which will take place in March 2015. […]
True story—when my wife Sharron and I moved from suburban Maryland to Southwest last year, we noted the relative “restaurant desert” existing here. At one point, Sharron remarked out loud about how great it would be if one of our favorite restaurants, Masala Art in Tenleytown, could open a branch in Southwest. We let the […]