Mount Vernon Triangle CID Annual Meeting to be Held on Wednesday, April 26, 2017
The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District (MVT CID) will hold its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM at Ottoman Taverna in Washington, DC (425 I Street, NW; entrance on 4th Street between I and K Streets). Breakfast and networking begin at 8:30 AM; the program begins promptly at 9:30 AM.
The annual meeting provides an opportunity for MVT CID residents, business owners, commercial office tenants and other valued stakeholders to network with one another and with MVT CID Board Members, leaders and staff, and to learn about the year's initiatives and programs. Brent Leggs, the senior field officer in the Washington, D.C. Field Office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a Harvard Loeb Fellow and the author of Preserving African American Historic Places, will keynote the meeting, with remarks from MVT CID President and CEO, Kenyattah A. Robinson, and Clean Team award presentation by Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen. We invite the Mount Vernon Triangle community to join the MVT CID as it recognizes the Clean Team Ambassadors, celebrates accomplishments and releases the Annual Report for FY 2016, announces the FY 2017 Public Service Award winner, and elects the slate of board members for FY 2018. Please RSVP at https://mvtcid2016annualmeeting.eventbrite.com.
About The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District
The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District is a private, nonprofit organization established to enhance the overall quality of life for all members of the community including residents, visitors, business owners, and property owners in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood in Downtown DC. The Mount Vernon Triangle is considered to be one of Washington DC’s best examples of a mixed-use community; a vibrant neighborhood in the heart of the City —both geographically and culturally. Its boundaries include 17 blocks within the East End of downtown Washington, DC, bordered by Seventh Street to the west, Massachusetts Avenue to the south, New York Avenue to the north and New Jersey Avenue to the east. The Mount Vernon Triangle is a welcoming, authentic, and vibrant neighborhood that mirrors the City’s unique mix of historic and modern buildings, longtime and new residents, and diverse cultures, restaurants and urban experiences. For more information, we invite you to explore our website at www.mvtcid.org or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MountVernonTriangleCID, Twitter @MVTCID, Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mvtcid/ and Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/111344023@N05/.