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Mayor Gray - 1st 200 Days

Mayor Gray - 1st 200 Days

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Published by Reginald Bazile
Summary of Mayor Gray's accomplishments within the first 200 days of his administration
Summary of Mayor Gray's accomplishments within the first 200 days of his administration

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Published by: Reginald Bazile on Jul 23, 2011
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 200 DAY ACCOMPLISHMENTS REPORT
200 Days
District of Columbia
TheFirst
The Honorable Vincent C. Gray
Mayor, District of Columbia July 2011
 
Letter from the Mayor:
When I was elected Mayor, I promised a commitment to transparency andgood government. I also outlined my vision for
“One City” 
with a focus on fourpriority areas: quality education, fiscal stability, job creation and economicdevelopment
,
and safe communities. During my first months in office, I haveassembled a strong team of managers and together we strive to keep thepromises made during my campaign
.
 In this report, I highlight some of the accomplishments my administration hasachieved and the work that continues to be done. All that we have done andall that we are working towards will better position the District of Columbia to be a world-class city and aglobal capital.Our city is a wonderful place to live, work, visit and do business. We are experiencing our first netpopulation growth in decades and neighborhoods all over the city are buzzing with new life andcommerce. Our education reforms are starting to yield positive results and businesses are eager to staketheir claim in the District. It's a great time to be a resident of the District of Columbia
.
We are striving to make the District
One City,” 
a city that can be enjoyed and treasured by all who callthe District home. Herein are some of the ways we have already begun the process.Thank you for your continued support.In Your Service,Vincent C. GrayMayor
GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Executive Office of the Mayor 
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20004www.dc.gov
 
The Gray Administration's Priority Areas:
·
Quality Education
·
Jobs and Economic Development
·
Safe Communities
·
Fiscal Stability
Government of the District of Columbia
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“One City, One Government, One Voice

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