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Economic Development Roundtable Tue. April 11th

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Penn Branch Citizens Civic Association Presents

Economic Development Roundtable: Pennsylvania Avenue SE East of the River (East End) “Our Time is Now”

Tuesday, April 11 at 6:30 pm.
Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church

Confirmed Panelists:

Rob Tate, Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners; Bruce Finland, MED Developers; Stephen Downing, Pennsylvania Avenue East of the River Committee; Lindsay Thompson, John Hopkins University DC City Lab; Deborah Jones, Ward7 Partnership; and, Reverend Kendrick Curry, Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church.

Special guests:

Ward 7 Councilman Vincent Gray; DC Office of Planning, neighboring community associations and Pennsylvania Avenue Developers with an interest in Pennsylvania Avenue, SE East of the River (East End)

While there has been some good news impacting Pennsylvania Avenue SE East of the River (East End), such as the recent purchase of the Penn Branch Shopping Center, the remodeling of Thai Orchards Kitchen, and the announcement of a Ward 7 Member Advisory Council to address Ward 7 Economic Development, the future remains uncertain, and the success of any venture needs to be an informed, unified community effort.

 A special thank you to the residents of Penn Branch; Hillcrest; Fort DuPont; Randall Highlands and the communities along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE (East of the River/East End)

 

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