TENAC'S WED., NOVEMBER 2, 2011 MEETING, 6:30 - 8:30 P.M. AT SUMNER SCHOOL, 17th & M STREETS, NW

TO FEATURE ELIZABETH NOEL (NOMINEE TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION); MAYOR GRAY, MACKENZIE BARIS OF JOBS WITH JUSTICE AND OTHERS ON THE MAYOR'S "SANCTUARY" INITIATIVE, MAKING D.C. THE ONLY JURISDICTION TO REFUSE PARTICIPATION IN THE "SECURE COMMUNITIES" PROGRAM; SUMNER SCHOOL'S 25TH RESTORATION ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION; THE NORWOOD TENANTS' BUILDING PURCHASE, FINALLY AFTER A LONG FIGHT; THE PROBLEMS OF THE MORE RESTRICTIVE LIMITS ON TENANT REPRESENTATION; AND MORE! TENAC OPEN BOARD MEETING November 2, 2011!     TIME TO CELEBRATE:   Mayor Vincent Gray, Salute to Sumner, “Sanctuary” & Other Legislation   Kimberly Springle, Director-Curator of Sumner School, Sumner’s 25th Anniversary – November 10, 2011   Elizabeth Noel’s - Nomination to the Public Service Commission (PSC) - A superb choice by Mayor Vincent Gray   Silvia Salazar, President – The Norwood Tenants’ Association Purchase of Their Building   TENAC’s 18th Anniversary and Kick-off of 2012 Season      TENANT LITIGATION UPDATES: Rick Powell, Political Coordinator, D.C. Metro AFL-CIO, TENAC and Labor in Alliance Benoit Brookens, Esq., Dorchester House Litigation and Problems of Tighter Restrictions on Tenants’ Rights to Choose Legal Representation Kennedy-Warren Tenants : Erosion of Tenants Rights Arlena Chaney, President, New Capitol Park Towers TA: The Problem of Standing and Current Developments Tom Gregory, 4000 Massachusetts Avenue TA: Egregious Capital Improvement Petitions   Whatever else is on your mind!   ANNOUNCEMENTS & ADJOURNMENT   Next TENAC Board Meeting – Wednesday, January 4, 2010. *Note: If you are not on the agenda and wish to speak, we will accommodate you to the maximum extent possible. Anyone who wishes to speak not heard at this meeting will be scheduled at the top of next meeting's agenda     

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