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OWNER AND MAILING ADDRESS Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) 600 5th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001-2610

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Dellas G, Wilson 3406 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1710

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Ever G. Dubose 3404 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1710 Paul A White 3402 10th Street NE Washington DC 20017-1710 Curtis W Knight 3400 10th Street NE Washington DC 20017-1710 Byte Back 815 Monroe Street, NE Washington, DC 20017-1757 Rosemary Allsup 2026 Evarts Street, NE Washington, DC 200018-2116 Tony L Johnson 9462 Lovat Road Fulton, MD 20759-9637 William L. Rush 3424 9th Street, NE Washington, DC 20017-1704 Tidewater Enterprises Inc. c/o John Q. Aukward 5301 Westbard Cir # County Bethesda, MD 20816-1401 Lavinia M. Wohlfarth 3418 9th Street, NE Washington, DC 20017-1704 Damien G. Agostinelli 3416 9th Street, NE Washington, DC 20017-1704

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OWNER AND MAILING ADDRESS District of Columbia Suite 307 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004-3003 Richard J Houghton 930 Kearny Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3516 Innokenty Tolmachoff 1010 Rhode Island Avenue NE Washington, DC 20018-1736 Imants BroHs 909 Lawrence Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3520 David M. Crawford 904 Kearny Street NE' Washington DC20017-3516 Clifford F Holmes 11914 Autumnwood Lane NE Washington, MD 20744-6062 Colonial W. Robinson Jr 3317 9th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3507 Christa M Hodge 901 Lawrence Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3520 Lula Tyler 907 Lawrence Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3520 Paula L Briscoe 3310 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3508

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OWNER AND MAILING ADDRESS Claude C Guinn 915 Lawrence Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3520 Jerome E Lucas 3316 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3508 David M Sumner 919 Lawrence Street NE Washington, DC 20017-3520 MaryRScott 2206 Parkside Drive Mitchellville, MD 20721-4230

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Moses H Karkenny 6712 4th Street NW Washington, DC 20012-2732 Archbishop of Washington PO BOX 29260 Washington, DC 20017-0260 District of Columbia Property 825 N Capitol Street NE Washington, DC 20002-4210 Anchor Mental Health Associates c/o Rev Msgr Hohn G Kuhn PO BOX 29058 Washington, DC 20017-0058 Susan E Yoder 1014 Monroe Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1760 William E Croboy 1012 Monroe Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1760

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1001 Lawrence Street, NE

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1001 Monroe Street, NE

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1018 Monroe Street, NE

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1014 Monroe Street, NE

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PREMISES ADDRESS 3503 10th Street, NE

OWNER AND MAILING ADDRESS Patricia Poteat 3503 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1749 Marla J Bonuccelli 3509 10th StreetNE Washington, DC 20017-1749 Willett L Thomas 3505 10th Street NE Washington, DC 20017-1749 Lisa M Raumgartner 350710thStreetNE Washington, DC 20017-1749 Federal National Mortgage Association PO BOX 650043 Dallas, TX 75265-0043 ANC5A 1322 Irving Street, NE Washington, DC 20017

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The Project complies with the process and requirements set forth in Chapter 24 of the Zoning Regulations for the review of a Planned Unit Development ("PUD") in the District of Columbia. The Zoning Regulations, pursuant to Section 2406.6, also permit an application for a PUD to be filed in conjunction with a request for a zoning map amendment, and the application complies with those requirements accordingly. 1. Area Requirement: The PUD encompasses approximately 60,000 square feet of land area. This area is more than the minimum area requirement for a PUD. (11 DCMR Section 2401. 1(c») 2. Notice: The Certificate of Notice included in the Applicant's November 16,2010 application states that a Notice of Intent to File a PUD was mailed to Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5A and to the owners of all property within 200 feet of the perimeter of the Property, as required by the Zoning Regulations. (11 DCMR Sections 2406.7 - 2406.10) 3. Sections 2406.11(a) and 2406.12(a): The completed application forms for the consolidated PUD and the Zoning Map Amendment were included with the Applicant's November 16,2010 application. 4. Section 2406.11(b): A map showing the location of the proposed project and existing zoning for the Property and zoning of adjacent properties is included in Exhibit A. 5. Sections 2406.11(c) and 2406.12(b): The preceding Statement outlines the purposes and objectives of the project, and how this application meets the evaluation standards for PUDs enumerated in the Zoning Regulations. 6. Sections 2406.11(d) and 2406.12(c): A general site plan, showing the location and external dimensions of all buildings and structures, utilities and other easements, walkways, driveways, plaza, arcades and other open spaces is included in Exhibit A. 7. Section 2406.12(d): A landscaping and grading plan is included in Exhibit A.

8. Section 2406.12(e): Typical floor plans and architectural elevations for each building, sections for each building and the project as a whole are included in Exhibit A. 9. Section 2406.12(1): A general circulation plan showing all driveways and walkways, including width, grades and curb cuts, as well as parking and loading plans is included in Exhibit A. 10. Sections 2403.11 and 2406.11(e): A tabulation of development data providing information regarding the proposed project is included in Exhibit A. Estimated quantities of potable water are included in the civil plans, and other environmental considerations of the project are described in the preceding Statement.

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OUTLINE OF TESTIMONY OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE APPLICANT, BO MENKITI, DAVID ROODBERG AND/OR JIM STIEGMAN

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Introduction of Development Team A. B. Menkiti Group Horning Brothers Brookland Properties, Inc.

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Development of Proposed Project A. B. Genesis of Design Integration with Existing Community

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Consistency with the Brookland/CUA Metro Station Small Area Plan A. B. Land Use and Neighborhood Character Economic Development and Neighborhood Amenities Connectivity

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Community Outreach

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Benefits and Amenities A. B. C. D. Multi-Generational Community Park Undergrounding of Utilities Along Monroe Street First Source Agreement and Use of Local Businesses Exemplary Architecture and Urban Design

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OUTLINE OF TESTIMONY OF PROJECT ARCIDTECT, PHIL ESOCOFF

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Introduction A. Architect, Esocoff & Associates

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Site Location and Description A. B. C. Overview of Site, Surrounding Area, and Land V se Site Planning and Compatibility with the Surrounding Area Guidance from Brookland/CVA Metro Station Small Area Plan

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Project Design A. B. C. D. Building Massing and Setbacks Streetscape and Design Details Site Circulation, Parking and Loading LID Attributes of the Project

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Areas of Requested Relief A. B. 55 Foot Loading Berth Roof Structures

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Conclusion

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Introduction A. Transportation and Parking Engineer, Wells & Associates, Inc.

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Transportation Impact Study Scope A. B. C. Study Area Existing Conditions Future Conditions

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901 Monroe Street Economic Impact Analvsis
New Tax Base (13,000 square feet of relan and 2U units) One-Time Property Tax: EstImated Income Tax on Residents: estimated Sales Tax during Construction Estimated Income Tax on New lobs during Construction: Estimated Sales Tax Ongoing Estimated Income Tax on Permanent New Jobs Estimated franchise Tax EstImated Sales Tax on Pllrchases at other DC Businesses EstImated Metro Ridership estimated Permit and Inspection Fees $ $ Annual 459,000 67B,4oo (2) (3) (4)
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Assumptions Permanent New Jobs: 75 Construction New Jobs: 250 New Residential Units 212 New Retail Space: 13,000 square feet (I) Percentage of Property Residents who would not live In Oty If this project Is not completed 50% (2) Based upon Property Tax Rate of $.85/$1,000 at a value of $53 million. (3) Based upon an average Income of $80,000 per unit for 212 units at a blended tax rate of 8%. ("I Based upon $18 million of products at sales tax rate of 6%. (5) Based upon 250 jobs created during construction with total salary of $18 Million at a blended tax rate of 8% (GI Based upon annual retail sales of $12 million at a blended sales tax rate of 8%. Assumes 50% would be spent outside Oty if project not completed. (7) Based upon 75 new jobs at an average annual salary of $50,000 at a blended tax rate of 8% 18j Based upon annual net Income of $500,000 at a tax rate of 9.975%. (9) Based upon 10% of salary spent on goods and services In the OIY of residents at a tax rate of 6%. (10) Based upon SO% usage of Metro at rate of $6 per day. (II) Based upon current DC rates for permits and Inspections. (12) Based upon current property tax of $43,000 for 5 properties. (13) . Based upon sales of $LS mllnon for existing business ata tax rate of 10%. (1<1) Based upon 4 residents at average Income of $80,000 per year at a blended tax rate of 8%. (IS) Based upon $600,000 of average salaries for existing business at a blended tax rate of 8%. 11G) Based upon 10% of salary spent on goods and services In the ety of residents at a tax rate of 6%.

901 Monroe Street - Community Meeting Participants 2009

Meeting Timeline Date 11/16/09 11/23/09 12/15/09 12/16/09 01/13/10 01/20/10 11/12/10 11/20/10 leaders 12/09/10 12/10/10 12/17/10 residents residents residents residents residents residents 01/12{11 01/13/11 01/27/11 02/07/11 02/10/11 02/11/11 02/16/11 03/22/11 06/22/11 06/29/11 08/16/11 08/18/11 08/23/11 08/25/11 08/29/11 09/13/11 09/15/11 09/17/11 09/20/11 09/27/11 Margot Hall Margot Hall - St. Anthony's Church 1029 Monroe St NE Colonel Brooks' Tavern 901 Monroe St NE Host(s)

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Meeting with local community and community leaders 10th Street neighbors and Council Member Harry Thomas 10th Street neighbors and Council Member Harry Thomas' Staff Meeting with local community and community leaders 2010 Brookland Civic Association Presentation SA07 SMD Presentation Meeting with local community leaders SA07 SMD Meeting Meetings with local community Meetings with local community leaders Meetings with local community leaders 2011 Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Community-wide presentation ANC SA Economic Development Committee Greater Brookland Business Association Community-wide presentation hosted by the Development Team residents residents residents residents residents residents residents residents residents Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Community-wide presentation Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood Small group house meeting with interested neighborhood

hosted by the Development Team

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1029 Monroe St NE 1224 Lawrence St NE 1224 Lawrence St NE 1224 Lawrence St NE 901 Monroe St NE 1224 Lawrence St NE 1240 Lawrence St NE 1233 Lawrence St NE 1322 Newton St NE 1020 Irving St NE 1754 Jackson St NE

Candy Miles-Crocker & Cyril Crocker Candy Miles-Crocker & Cyril Crocker Candy Miles-Crocker & Cyril Crocker Colonel Brooks' Tavern Candy Miles-Crocker & Cyril Crocker Julie Ortega & Joe Sheehan Anna Greenberg & John Delicath Debee Yamamoto & Alex Nyhan Rhiannon & Derek Swanson Mary Hodges & Tim Flanagan

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Nonprofit Organization with 50 Employees or Less:

This First Source Employment Agreement (the "Employment Agreement" or "Agreemenf'), in accordance with D.C. Law 14-24, D.C. Law 5-93, as amended, and Mayor's Order 83-265 for recruitment, referral, and placement of District of Columbia residents, is between the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, hereinafter referred to as DOES, and 901 Monroe Street, LLC, a Washington limited liability company, hereinafter, referred to as EMPLOYER. Under this Employment Agreement, the EMPLOYER will use DOES as its first source for recruitment, referral, and placement of new hires or employees for the new jobs created by the development of real property located at 901 Monroe Street NE, in Washington, D. C., consisting of new construction of a building for an intended multifamily apartment house with ground-floor retail (the "Project") and will hire 51 % District of Columbia residents for all new jobs created as well as 51 % of apprentices, if any, employed in connection with the Project shall be District residents registered in programs approved by the District of Columbia Apprenticeship Council. I. GENERAL TERMS
A.

The EMPLOYER will use DOES as its first source for the recruitment, referral and placement of employees. The EMPLOYER shall require all contractors and subcontractors performing work on the Project, with contracts totaling $100,000 or more, to enter into a-First Source Employment Agreement with DOES relating to such contracted work. DOES will provide recruitment, referral and placement services to the EMPLOYER subject to the limitations set out in this Agreement. DOES participation in this Agreement will be carried out by the Office of the Director, with the Office of Employer Services, which is responsible for referral and placement of employees, or such other offices or divisions designated by DOES (collectively, the "Contract Officer").

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This Agreement shall take effect when signed by the parties below and shall be fully effective until thirty (30) days after the issuance of the final Certificate of Occupancy by the District of Columbia for EMPLOYER'S initial use of the Project. Any First Source Agreement entered into by any contractor as the result of this Agreement shall be fully effective for the duration of the relevant contract with EMPLOYER and any extensions or modifications to that contract. This Agreement shall not be construed as an approval of the EMPLOYER'S bid package, bond application, lease agreement, zoning application, loan, or contract/subcontract. . DOES and the EMPLOYER agree that for purposes of this Agreement, new hires and jobs created (both union and nonunion) include all EMPLOYER'S job openings and vacancies in the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area created as a result of internal promotions, terminations, and expansions of the EMPLOYER'S workforce related to the Project, as a result of the 2004 Tax Increment Financing. For purposes of this Agreement, apprentices as defmed in D.C. Law 2156, as amended, are included. The EMPLOYER shall register an apprenticeship program with the D.C. Apprenticeship Council for construction or renovation contracts or subcontracts totaling $500,000 or more. This includes any construction or renovation contract or subcontract signed as the result of, but is not limited to, a loan, bond, grant, Exclusive Right Agreement, street or alley closing, or a leasing agreement of real property for one (1) year or more. All contractors who contract with the Govenunent of the District of Columbia to perform information technology work with a single contract or cumulative contracts of at least $500,000, within any twelve (12) month period shall be required to register an apprenticeship program with the District of Columbia Apprenticeship Council. The term "information technology work" shall include, but is not limited to, the occupations of computer programmer, programmer analyst, desktop specialist, technical support specialist, database specialist, network support specialist, and any other related occupations as the District of Columbia Apprenticeship Council may designate by regulation.

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RECRUITMENT A. The EMPLOYER will complete the attached Employment Plan, which will indicate the number of new jobs projected, salary range, hiring dates, and union requirements, to the extent such information is known. The

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EMPLOYER will notify DOES of its specific need for new employees as soon as that need is identified. B. Notification of specific needs, as set forth in Section II.A. must be given to DOES at least three (3) business days (Monday - Friday) before using any other referral source, and shall include, at a minimum, the number of employees needed by job title, qualification, hiring date, rate of pay, hours of work, duration of employment, and work to be performed. Job openings to be filled by internal promotion from the EMPLOYER'S current workforce need not be referred to DOES for placement and referral. The EMPLOYER will submit to DOES, prior to starting work on the Project, the names and addresses of all current employees, including apprentices, trainees, and laid-off workers who will be employed on the Project, if such information is known.

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REFERRAL DOES will screen and refer applicants according to the qualifications supplied by the EMPLOYER.

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DOES will notify the EMPLOYER, prior to the anticipated hiring dates, of the number of applicants DOES will refer. DOES will make every reasonable effort to refer at least two qualified applicants for each job opemng. The EMPLOYER will make all decisions on hiring new employees but will in good faith use reasonable efforts to select its new hires or employees from among the qualified persons referred by DOES. In the event DOES is unable to refer the qualified personnel requested, within three (3) business days (Monday - Friday) from the date of notification, the EMPLOYER will be free to directly fill remaining positions for which no qualified applicants have been referred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the EMPLOYER will still be required to hire, consistent with D.C. law, 51 % District residents for the new jobs created by the development and construction of the Project. After the EMPLOYER has selected its employees, DOES will not be responsible for the referred employees' actions and the EMPLOYER hereby releases DOES, and the Goverrunent of the District of Columbia, the District of Columbia Municipal Corporation, and the officers and

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employees of the District of Columbia from any liability for the referred employees' actions. V. TRAINING DOES and the EMPLOYER may agree to develop skil1s training and onthe-job training programs; the training specifications and cost for such training will be mutually agreed upon by the EMPLOYER and DOES and set forth in a separate Training Agreement. VI. CONTROLLING A. REGULATIONS AND LAWS

To the extent this Agreement is in conflict with any labor laws or governmental regulations, the laws or regulations shall prevail. DOES will make every effort to work within the terms of all collective bargaining agreements to which the EMPLOYER is a party. The EMPLOYER will provide DOES with written documentation that the EMPLOYER has provided the representative of any involved collective bargaining unit with a copy of this Agreement and has requested comments or objections. If the representative has any comments or objections, the EMPLOYER will promptly provide them to DOES.

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EXEMPTIONS A. Contracts, subcontracts or other forms of government-assistance $100,000. Employment openings EMPLOYER or a contractor will fill with individuals already employed by the company. Job openings to be filled by laid-off workers according to formally established recall procedures and rosters. Suppliers located outside of the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area and who will perform substantially no work in the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area. A partial list of these exempt suppliers is attached as Exhibit B. A complete list will be provided at the start of construction. RENEWAL, MONITORING, AND PENALTIES less than

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DOES shall monitor EMPLOYER'S performance under this Agreement. The EMPLOYER will cooperate in DOES' monitoring effort and will submit a "Contract Compliance Form" to DOES monthly. To assist DOES in the conduct of the monitoring review, the EMPLOYER will make available payroll and employment records for the review period indicated. If additional information is needed during the review, the EMPLOYER will provide the requested information to DOES. With the submission of the final Contract Compliance Form to DOES, the EMPLOYER shall: 1. Document in a report to the Contracting Officer its compliance with the requirement that 51 % of the new employees hired in connection with the development and construction of the Project be District residents; or 2. Submit a request to the Contracting Officer for a waiver of compliance with the requirement that 51 % of the new employees hired by the Project be District residents and include the following documentation: a. Material supporting a good faith effort to comply; b. Referrals provided by DOES and other referral sources; and c. Advertisement of job openings listed with DOES and other referral sources.

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The Contracting Officer may waive the goal that 51 % of the new employees hired by the Project be District residents, if the Contracting Officer finds that: 1. A good faith effort to comply is demonstrated by the EMPLOYER (or contractor); 2. The EMPLOYER is located outside the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area and none of the contract work is performed inside the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical

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Area. The Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area includes the District of Columbia, the Virginia Cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Manassas, Manassas Park, Fairfax, and Fredericksburg; the Virginia Counties of Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, Loudon, Stafford, Clarke, Warren, Fauquier, Culpeper, Spotsylvania, and King George; the Maryland Counties of Montgomery, Prince Georges, Charles, Frederick, and Calvert; and the West Virginia Counties of Berkeley and Jefferson. 3. The EMPLOYER enters into a special workforce development training or placement arrangement with DOES; or 4. DOES certifies that insufficient numbers of District residents in the labor market possess the skills required by the positions created as a result of the contract. G. Willful breach of this Agreement by EMPLOYER, or failure to submit the Contract Compliance Report within fifteen (15) business days after notice of such failure has been given to EMPLOYER, or deliberate submission of falsified data, may be enforced by the Contracting Officer through imposition of penalties, calculated as 5% of the total amount of the direct and indirect labor costs of the contract. Nonprofit organizations with 50 or less employees are exempted :from the requirement that 51% of the new employees hired on the Project be District residents. The EMPLOYER and DOES, or such other agent as DOES may designate, may mutually agree to modify this Agreement. This Agreement shall not create third party rights in any party not a signatory to this Agreement. The Project may be terminated because of the EMPLOYER'S compliance with the provisions of this Agreement. non-

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EMPLOYER reserves the right to mark certain information provided to DOES as "confidential" or "proprietary". If information is provided by EMPLOYER.to DOES with such a label, DOES shall maintain the confidentiality of such information and shall not release or convey the information to any other party unless such information is specifically requested under D.C. Code Section 2-531,. et. seq., and not exempted :from disclosure under D.C. Code Section 2-534.

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Is your finn a certified Local, Small, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (LSDBE)? YES If yes, certification number:

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