Monday, July 14, 2008

The Concerned Citizens of Oakwood Street

June 23, 2008
Good Afternoon,
Has there been any follow up on our June 9th email? Our community can not keep relying on MPD to resolve all the problems created by having these vacant and/or nuisance properties in our community. If these buildings would be abated it would improve our community and make the residents safer.
We are pleading for assistance and swift action.
Best regards,
The Concerned Citizens of Oakwood Street

To:
Linda Argo, Director
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Malcolm Avant, Manager of Vacant Properties
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Phillip Pugh, Housting Inspections Program Manager
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs

Roger Lovett, Ward 8 Inspections and Compliance Supervisor
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Stephen Cordi, Deputy Chief Financial Officer
Office of Tax & Revenue
Richie McKeithen, Director of Real Property Tax Administration
Office of Tax & Revenue
David Fitzgibbon, Chief Appraiser
Office of Tax & Revenue
Cc:
Diane Groomes,Asst Chief of Police
MPD
Joel Maupin, Commander 7D
MPD
Robert Nixon, Community Outreach Specialist
US Attorney General's Office
Isha Foster Lee, Ward 8 Outreach and Service Specialist
Mayor'sOffice of Community Relations & Services
Benjamin C. Miller, Director of Audits and Compliance
DC Housing Authority

1 comment:

George Townsend said...

I was informed a few weeks ago that Malcolm Avant no longer heads up the vacant property unit...he's doing something related to commercial property now. Will advise when I determine his replacement.