GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

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Paul A. Quander, Jr. Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice

February 2,2012 Laughton B. Sargeant Executive Director D.C. Caribbean Carnival, Inc. 4809 Georgia Avenue, NW Suite 112 Washington. D.C. 20011 RE: 2010-2012 Caribbean Carnival

Dear Mr. Sargeant: As we come upon spring and closer to the time that the D.C. Caribbean Carnival CDCCC) will begin to plan for its 2012 parade and festival, I wanted to take a moment to remind you of the conditions the DCCC and the District government agreed to concerning the continuation of the Carnival in the District of Columbia. As you will recall, prior to the 2011 Carnival in May oflast year. we reached an agreement that the Carnival would proceed with the commitment that the outst nding obligation from the 2010 Carnival would be satisfied at the conclusion of the events tor th 2011 Carnival. With that assurance I authorized city employees to perform services in support fthe 2011 Carnival. We were all very clear that DCCC was required to satisfy the outstanding 2010 obligation in addition to the new obligations incurred in 2011. I further stated t at approval of the 2012 Carnival would be contingent upon payment of any outstanding balances from the 2010 and 2011 Carnivals. To date, DCCC owes the District a total of$210,437.38. p cifically, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is owed $179,372.56, which includes the outstanding balance from 2010 of $54,782.46, and the Department of Public Works (OPW) i owed $31,065.08. We note and appreciate that DCCC used its 2011 community fund award of $30.422.24 for payment of Department of Health, Fire & EMS, and District Oeprutment of Transportation fees as well as for a portion of the OPW fees. The fees for the Carnival and other special events are established pursuant to Municipal Regulations and cannot be waived.

The John A. Wilson Building.

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 326, washington. (202) 724-7173 Phone. (202) 724-5544 Fax

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Additionally, in our conversations last year I made clear that notwithst ding the outstanding balances, DCCC also needed to exhibit its ability to make the pay ents for the 2012 Carnival. It was suggested that DCCC seek financial contributions and sponso hip from the Georgia Avenue business community as well as other corporate sponsors and non-profit organizations. For perspective, know that there were 107 special events in the District of Columbia in 201 L We ask all organizations who plan and sponsor special events to adhere to the same standards. is noted that DCCC submitted an Economic Impact Study for the District's co ideration to reduce and/or waive any future city expenses related to Carnival. The District's Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development is iurrently reviewing that study. However, Imust reiterate that fees cannot be waived. Finally, Iwould welcome the opportunity to meet with you at your earliest convenience to discuss how best to move forward in this matter. Please contact Quincy Booth Chief of Staff, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice, at quincy.booth(a2dc.~ for an appointment.

It

Sincerely.

r(~

Paul A. Quander. JT. Deputy Mayor for Public

The John A. Wilson Building. 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 326. Washington, (202) 724·7173 Phone. (202) 724·5544 Fax

DC 20004

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Executive Office of the Mayor

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Paul A Quander, Jr. Deputy Mayor for Public Safety & Justice

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August 16.2011 Mr. Loughton B. Sargeant Executive Director DC Caribbean Carnival, Inc. 4809 Georgia Avenue. NW. Suite 112 Washington. DC 20011 RE: 2011 DC Caribbean Carnival After-Action Meeting Dear Mr. Sargeant:

Thank you for your participation in the DC Caribbean Carnival (DCCC) afte July 20, 201 L with the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice agencies. During the meeting, representatives from the District and the DCCC had and discus matters associated with the 2011 event namely event planning, the Department. and the 20 10-20 II finances of the event. At this meeting the DCCC had opportunity to raise the following matters: • • • • • The lack of professionalism ofa few MPD officers during the parade.

-action meeting on and other District pportunity to raise etropolitan Police

That the parade participants were hurried along the route. by MPD. t us resulting in the parade ending earlier than expected. That the participants were not given a sufficient amount of time, by MPD, to present themselves before the judges. The use of mounted patrol. motorcycle management may not have been necessary. That the truncated route and speedine s of the parade created an uncomfortable untenable situation since many event goers missed the event. or

I

officers. and air support to engage in crowd

Previously. DCCC met with Chief Lanier to discuss the above issues that pe ined to MPD. As you know. the Chief is currently in the process of addressing the DCCC issues stemmi g from the lack of professionalism. On the other hand, the use ofcertain law enforcement units became necessary because of DCCC's unwillingness to employ effective measures to ensure crowd management. pecifically, it was repeatedly stated to DCCC that the utilization of bike racks along the route of the par de would achieve optimal crowd management Moreover. while the District appreciates DCCC's view regarding the truncat d route and de ire precedent
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to return to the original route. DCCC is well aware of the conditions

any discussion

The John A. Wilson Building

. 1350 Pennsylvania Av~ NW

. Suite 326 . Washington DC 2

4· (202) 724-71.73

concerning the return of the original parade route. In our May 1L 2011 corresponden and still holds, the following positions: • • The DCCC still maintains an outstanding balance in the amount of 2010 Caribbean Carnival. The District of Columbia would carry forward DCCC's

e. the District took.

54,782.46 from the

2010 out ·tanding balance of

$54.782.46 into the projected balance for the 2011 Caribbean Carni al in the amount of $255.470.53. • The discussion of returning the 2012 Caribbean Carnival parade's tarting point to the intersection of Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue is contingent LI on a showing that I) there is no outstanding balance for the 20 I0 and 2011 Carnivals a d 2) assurances that DCCC is able to make payments for the 2012 Caribbean Carnival. The Office of Deputy Mayor would provide DCCC with itemized l:lilling statements of costs for both the 20 I0 and 2011 Caribbean Carnivals.

Notwithstanding the above, the District has reviewed its invoices of tile 2011 by $12,938 ..91, resulting in a total of $242,531.62. Please note that the outstandin

aribbean Carnival. 2010 balance still

In light of the actual costs incurred. DCCC's balance for the 2011 Caribbean Carniv 1has been reduced remains. As a result, DCCCs total outstanding balance is $297.314.08. TIle District of Columbia looks forward to continuing to work with DC coordinating the Caribbean Carnival for years to come. We agree with DCCC difficulties should not. if at all possible. deprive the District of this culturally benefici we hope that DCCC will follow our suggestion. for the 2012 Caribbean Cam ival, financial contributions and sponsorships from the Georgia Avenue business COl corporate sponsors whom DCCC assures the District are fully in support of the Caribb C in hosting and hat these financial I event, Therefore, and began seeking munity and other an Carnival.

Enclosed for your review is a breakdown of the 2011 Caribbean Carnival rem' ining balances and invoices, Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to COl tact Quincy Booth. Chief of Staff, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice. at uinn .bo til (l dc.gov. Thank you for your time and attention in this matter. Sincerely.

Deputy Mayor for Publi

Saf ty and Justice

CC:

The Honorable Jim Graham, Councilmember The Honorable Muriel Bowser, Councilrnember Tanya Mitchell. Program Manager. Mayor's Events Task Group

The John A. Wilson Building

. 1350 Pennsylvania

Ave NW

. Suite 327 . Washington DC 2

04 . (202) 727-4036

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COL EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE MAYO

MBIA

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Paul A. Quander, Jr. Deputy Mayor for Public Safe and Justice

May 13,2011 Laughton B. Sargeant Executive Director D.C Caribbean Carnival, Inc. 4809 Georgia A venue, NW Suite] 12 Washington D.C. 20011 RE: 2011 Caribbean Carnival

Dear Mr. Sargeant: It was a pleasure meeting with you on Friday, May 6, 2011. During that meting, as well in previous meetings with City Administrator Allen Lew and the Office of the De! uty Mayor for Public Safety and Justice (Office of the Deputy Mayor), the financial difficulties facin the District of Columbia were explained to representatives of D.C. Caribbean Carnival (DCC ). As you recall, the 2010 Caribbean Parade totaled $274,220.94. DCCC rec amount of grant monies from the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic D Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $17 cost of the event. DCCC paid $43,878.48 towards the event. However, DCCC outstanding balance in the amount of $54,782.46, owed to the District ofColu ived a significant velopment as well as the ,560.00 to offset the still maintains an bia, namely the

Metropolitan Police Department. In all meetings with DCCC, it has been eXPI~ned that, given the $350,374.59 projected cost to the District of Columbia regarding the manpowe needed to coordinate and secure the 2011 Caribbean Carnival, the event is beyond the financial capa Jilities of the District of Columbia and, in light ofDCCC's 2010 outstanding balance, may be beyond financial capabilities of DCCC. On the other hand, the Mayor agrees with DCCC that such difficulties sho ld not deprive the District of Columbia of such a culturally beneficial event. DCCC was offered s veral suggestions on how to address its outstanding balance and seek financial support for 20 I 1 Parae in an effort to offset cost to DCCC. The following points were discussed:
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balance of $54,782.46 into the projected balance for the 2011 Caribbean Carnival, which currently stands at $255,470.53. This would create a grand total of $311 0,252.99 for the 2011 Caribbean Carnival. Consider seeking financial contributions and sponsorships from the OJorgia Avenue business community.

• The Office of Deputy Mayor would allow DCCC, at some point in the future, to discuss the return of the 2012 Caribbean Carnival parade's starting point to the in ersection of Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue upon a showing that: 1) there is no outstanding balance for the 20 II Carnival and 2) assurances that DCCC is able to make payments for the 2012 Caribbean Carnival. • The Office of Deputy Mayor would request that th.e Metropolitan Polife Department reassess the logistics of the truncated starting point for the Caribbean parade, nrm-ely the logistics surrounding Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School. • The Office of Deputy Mayor would provide DCCC with itemized invo ices of costs for both the 1 2010 and 2011 Caribbean Carnivals. • Also, upon DCCC's request during the May 6 meeting, the Office of deputy Mayor conferred with the Mayor's Special Events Task Group (MSETG) to determine ifDCCC is eligible for community funding to aid in offsetting the cost of the Caribbean Parad.e. Additionally, it was determined that DCCC may apply for the maximum eligible funding of $26,250.00. The District of Columbia hopes to reach a mutually amicable agreement t at would allow DCCC to move forward with the 2011 Caribbean Carnival and looks forward to continuing to work with DCCC in hosting and coordinating the Caribbean Carnival for years to come. Enclosed for your review are the 20 I 0 and 2011 Caribbean Carnival invoi es. Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Quincy Booth, Chief of Staff, Office of the Deputy Mayor of Public Safety and Justice, at quincy.bootb@dc.gov. Thank you for your time and attention in this matter. Sincerely,

Enclosures: 2010 Invoices (9 pages) 2011 Invoices (9 pages) Correspondence between Lt. Emerm an (reo outstanding 2010 MPD Invoice) (10 pages)

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2010 INVOICES (9 PAGES)

LICE
Metropolitan Police Department
Homeland Security Bureau Special Operations Division 2301 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: 202-671-65221 Fax: 202-727-6839

INVOICE
Date: Federal Ta)(.ID: Prepared By: Date Req uest Received:

20107127/2010 51-6001131 Otc. J. Jaffe '6/1/2010

Statement for Police Services

Name: Address: Phone:

4808 A

D.C. Caribbean Inc. Georgia Ave NW Washington, DC

Event: Location: 20011

Caribbean Parade Georgia Ave

Reimbursable Detail Coordinated Date and Time Notified: Event Organizer Date 6/2612010 (Crowd Control) 6/2612010 (Traffic Control) 6/26/2010 (Missing Persons) 6/26/2010 (Missing Persons) 6/26/2010 (Crime Patrol) 6/26/2010 (Camm and/S upport) 6/26/10 Overtime

by:

Lt. S. Emerman 6/10/10 Mr. Sergeant 301-346-9635

Advised of Cost of Police Services: Date and Time' Personnel 209 199

Times 0830-1700 0900-1730 0900-1730 1230-2100 1430-2300 0900-1730 Various

# Hours
8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 Varied
Q

Total Hours 1776.5 1691.5 8.5

1
1 33 18 Mulitple Sub Totals:

8.5
280.5 153 667 0 3918.5 667 $161,207.09' $37,158.57 $198,365.66 $175,560.00 $4,740.66 $18,065.00

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See Page Two

Total on Duty Hours Total Overtime Hours On Duty Total for Event Overtime Total for Event Grand Total: Total Paid by HSEMA Funding: Total Paid by DC Caribbean Carnival: Balance Due 1 Balance Owed:

Rat'e:

$41.14 per hour on duty rate $55.71 per hour overtime rate

Approved:

Yes

No Commander, SOD Date

Approved:

Yes

No

Cluster Controller,

Public Safety and Justice

Date

The Metropolitan Police Department does not have the authority to alter, adjust, reduce or waive the prescribed fees for reimbursable details. That authority is vested with the Office of the Mayor. Please Make Checks Payable To: D.C. Treasurer

Metropolitan Police Department
Homeland Security Bureau Special Operations Division 2301 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: 202-671-6522/ Fax: 202-727-6839

INVOICE 2010Statement for Police Selvices Date: 6/21/2010 Federal Tax 10: 51-6001131 Prepared By: Ofc. J. Jaffe Date Request Received: 6/21/2010

Name: Address: Phone:

D.C. Caribbean Inc. 4808 A. Georgia Ave NW Washington, DC

Event: Location: 20011

Caribbean Parade Georgia Ave

Reimbursable Detail Coordinated by: Date and Time Notified:

Lt. S. Emerman
6/21/10

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Event Organizer Advised of Cost of Police Services: Mr. Sergeant 301-346-9635 Date and Time: Date Personnel Times # Hours Total Hours 6/26/2010 Banneker Field 17 1030-1900 144.5 8.5 6/26/10 Banneker Field 17 1430-2300 144.5 8.5 6/26/10 Crime Patrol 33 1930-0400 8.5 280.5 6/26/2010 (Missing Persons) 1 0900-1730 8.5 8.5 6/26/2010 (Missing Persons) 1 1230-2100 8.5 8.5
6/27/2010 Banneker Field 6/27/10 Banneker Field 6J2712010 (Missing Persons) 6/27/2010 (Missing Persons)

17 17 1 1 Sub Totals:

---fOrarHours--- -----_ ..- --892:5-0

1030-1900 1430-2300 0900-1730 1230-2100 See Page Two

8.5

8.5
8.5 8.5

I

144.5 144.5 8.5 8.5

Rate:

$41.14 per hour on duty rate

Overtime Total for Event: Total Paid by Organizer Grand Total Balance Due I Balance Owed:

$36,717.45 $0.00 $36,717.45 $36,717.46

Approved:

Yes

No Commander, SOD Date

Approved:

Yes

No

Cluster Controller, Public Safety and Justice

Date

The Metropolitan Police Department does not have the authority to alter, adjust, reduce or waive the prescribed fees for reimbursable details. That authority is vested with the Office of the Mayor. Please Make Checks Payable To: D.C. Treasurer

Government

of the District

of Columbia

NVOICE

DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL EVENT INVOIC£ PlEASE CONTACT FOR MAIUNG INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ATTENTION: Vanessa Wrn6eld 2000, 14th St NW, 2nd FJoor{fMC DATE: June 23, 2010 Washington, DC 20009 INVOICE # 2010-018 Phone 202.6713347 Fax 202.671.1846 FOR: Caribbean Carnival Parade & Festival

Bill To: Name: Laughton Sargent Company Name; DC Caribbean Street Address: City, ST ZIP Code: Phone: 301-346-9635 EmaU:Isarg30921@aol.com ITEM 1 Install-Maintain

Carnival Inc.

DESClUPTlON
-Rernove No Parking Signs

UOM Labor

UNlTCosr

QTY

AMOUNT

S

750.00

2

Provide 2 Cones Trucks 100 cones each Labor: 2 ROP Staff per hour $ 35.00 20

$

700.00

3

Provide Arrow board panel (2) per day

s
$

75.00

2

s
$

150.00

4

Provide Traffic Control Officers Labor: 3 TCO Staff per hour 33.00 27 891.00

5

Variable Message Boards Relocate 2 VMS@ 1 day per day $ 150.00
2

$

300.00

6

Additon~1 TCO's were added on the day of the event 5 TCO's - 660.001 Supervisors1260.00 not billed

TOTAL

$

2,791.00

Make all checks payable to: DC Treasurer/DDOT If you have any questions conceming this invoice, please contact Vanessa Winfield ...202-671-3347, vanessa.winfield@dc.go\! Payment tor services must be paid prior to event.

THANK YOU

Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA) From:

Sent:

To: Subject:

lyles, Henry Jr. (FEMS) Monday, May 09, .2011 10: 17 AM Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA) RE: DC Caribbean Carnival Parade

The Fire & EMS Department supports with carribean Parade and carnival w1th 6 EMS (Paramedic
1900 hours. 6 units x 8 hours

units) for 8 hours

1100-

= 48

hours x $200.00

= $9600

The above is predicated on a private ambulance being contracted and supporting the event with 5 EMS (Basic life Support), if the number is decreased the department's bill will increase by 1600.00 per unit. Henry

Henry Lyles Battalion Chief, Special Events & Mass casualty Planning Unit

DC Rre & EMS Department
202-673-3274 (0) 202-673-3177 (fax)

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

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Office of the Director

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SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
~ill To:

Laughton B. Sargeant Executive Director Caribbean Festival
tsarg3Q921@;1ol.com

SENe TO:: Department Qf Public Works 2000 14th Street N. W. OffIce of the Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda Ellis, Special Events Coordinator

wlln lIa.eJIIs@dc.gov
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TREASUR!R TO DC

PERSONNEL COSTS

Invoice Date
Item 26, 2010 6;30 am to 2:00am
During event

I

Terms

110 days prior to event

J

I
Quantlty
13

Description
Motor Vehicle Operator 13 @ $27.DO per hour x 12 hours each 2 supervisors @ $27.00

Price
27.00

Total
$4212.'00

JUne

June 26, 2010 9:00am to 9:00pm lune 26, 2010 9:00am to, 9:00pm June 26, 2010 9:00am to 9:00pm June 9:00am

x 12 hours each

per

hour

2

27.00

$648.00

Sanitation Workers 16 @ $27.00 hr x 12 hrs each 1 Administrative aide @ 27.00 per hour x 812 hrs 1 Mechanics @ 27.0D per hour x 12 hours

16

27.00

$5,184.00

1

27.00

$324.00

ze,

2010 to 9:00pm

1

27.00

$324.00

June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2:00am lune 2:00pm

4 supervisors @ $27.00 per hour x 12 heurs each

4

27.00

$1296.00

ze, 2010
to 2:00am

Motor Vehicle Operator 14 @ $27.00 per hour x 12 hours each Sanitation Workers 31 @ $27.00 hr x 11 hrs each

14

27.00

$4536.00

June .26, 2010 2:00pm te 2:00am

31

27.00

$10,044.00

June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2:00am

1 Mechanics

@I 27.00 per hour 12 hours

x

1

27.00

$324.00

June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2:00am June 26, 2010 '2:00pm to 2:00am

1 Administrative aide @ 27.00 per hour x 12 hrs D.isposal Technicians 3 @ 27.00 per hour x 12 hours each

1

27.00

$324.00

3

27.00

$972.00

Total

$28,188.00

2000 14th Street, NW., Washmgton, D.C. 20009 - 202-673-6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

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Offioe of the Dfrector

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
Loughton ~ilJ To:
Executive

B. Sal'geant

CarIbbean

Director Festival IS3rg30921@aol.com
COSTS

SEND TO:: Department of Public Works 2000 14th Street N. W. Office of the Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda fllis, Special Events 'Coordinator

wa nda.ellis@dc.go,v

EQUIPMENT

PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TREASURER

TO DC

Invoice Date
May 26, 2010

I

Terms

110 days prior to event

1
1
Quantity
6

Item
June 26, 2010 6:30 am to 2;OOam During event June 26, 2010 9:00am to 9:00pm lUM26,2010 9:,OOam to 9:00pm. June 26, 2010 9:00am to 9:00pm

Description
6 Sweepers @40.00 hour x 20
hours each 2 Water tnlcks@ 40.00 an hour 20 hours each

Price
40.00

Total
$4800.00

x

2

40.00

$1600.00

1 Packer @ 40'.00 per hour hours 2 dump

x

20

1

40.00

$800.00

trucks @ 40.00 per hour x 20 hours each

2

40.00

$1600.00

I
June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2:00am June 26, 2010 2:00pm to .2:00am 10 Sweepers @40.00 hour x 12 hours each 10 40.00 $4800.00

2 Packer @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours 2 dump trucks @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours each

2

40.00

$960.00

June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2,00am

:2

40.00

$960 .. 0 0

June 26, 2010 2:00pm to 2:00am

3 'rennan

Vacs @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours each

3

40.00

$1440.00

Total

$16,960.00

2000 14th Street. NW., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202·673-6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

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Office of the Director

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
Bill TO: Caribbean Festival ATTN: L. B. Sargent
1STSlilFT 12.:0D AM TO 6:00 AM 3RO SHIFT
11'00 b.M Tn !;'nnpM

Send To' Department Of Public Works

• 2000 14th Street N. W. Office of the Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda Ellis, Special Events Coordinator wanda.ellis@dc.gov CHECKS ARE PAYABLE TO DC TREASURER

Invoice Date
May 3, 2010

Terms
10 days prior to event

I

Item
TOWING SERVICE Caribbean Fest Saturday, June 26, 2010 1st Shift 1ST SHIFT .AND 3RD SHIFT

Description
TOW TRUCK FOR MINIMUM FOUR HOURS OF SERVICE TO INCLUDE 1 TRUCK, 1 DRIVER. 1 SUPERVISOR (REQUIRED)

Quantity
1

Price
581.64

Total
581.64

6 hours each 1 Additional truck @ $83.22 per hour per truck x2 hours each 11 Additional driver (s) $37.59 per hour .x a total of 30 hours Benefit package per additional driver per hour 11 x A TOTAL OF 72 HOURS 1 superviser @38.7S per hour X 6 HRS 1 Supervisory vehicle @ 40.00 PERHOUR Benef'1tpackag.eper Supervisor X 2 supervisors @ 7.62 per hour
X

$83.22 per hour per truck

11 Additional truck

@ 11 83.22 5492.52

1

83.22

166.44

11

37.59

2480.g4

11

7.16

515.52

1

38.75 40.00

232.50 240.00

1

2

7.62

91.44

2000 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202-673·6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTR.ICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

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Office of the Director

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
Bill To: Caribbean Festival ATTN: L. B. Sargent
1ST SHIFT

Send To: Department of Public Works

12:00 AM TO 6:00 AM
3RD SHIFT 11 :00 AM TO 5:00PM

2000 14th Street N. W. Office of the Dir-ector, 6th floor Wasllington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda ElliS, Spedal Events Coordinator wanda.eflis@ldc.gov CHECKS ARE PAYABLETO DC TREASURER

Invoice Date
May 3,2010

J 10 days prior to event I
Terms Description 7 Additional truck

Item
PAGE2

Quantity
@ 7

Price

Total

2nd ShIft 4:00 am to 11:00 am

$83.22 per hour per truck X 7 hours each for a total
of 49 hrs

83.22

4017.78

7 Additional driver (5) $37.59 per hour X a total of 30 hours 1 supervisor @38.7S per hour X 7 HRS 1 Supervisory vehicle @ 40.00 PER HOUR
Benefit package per supervisor X 1 supervisors. @ 7.62 per hour X 7 hrs

7

37.59

1841.91

1 7

38.75 40.00

271.25 280.00

1

7.62

53.34

Subt'ota,1
Total

$16,325.28 $16,325.28

2000 14th Street. NW., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202·673-6833

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Department of Health Emergency Health & Medical Services Administration 64 New york Ave. 5th Floor Washington DC .20002

Invoice No. SPECEVOS .28

INVOICE
Customer DC CARBBEAN CARNIVAL Address Washington State DC City --301-346-9635 Phone Qty 1 ZIP 20001 Date 6/3012010 Order No. Date of Delivery Jun-10 Unit Price

!!!!!!!

Description BlS Medical Aid Station (Total for first hour of station) Medical supplies, personnel and Commnad Veh:icle DOH on-scene supervisor with inspection & Compliance

$211.00

TOTAL $211.00

2

$380.00

$760.00

10

6 DOH Medical Teams $102.00 per hour i(Total for both days

$102.00
/"\

$1,020.00

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payment Details t.:t1ecK

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Subtotal

~
$1,991.00

® Money Order
#VALUE! .~

TOTAL

Name Service

--;;:::---;-Expires

Please remit within 30 days of invoice date to: Office of Emergency Health & Medical Services 8.25 North Capito! St. N.E. rm 4177 Washington DC 20002

Make checks payable to the DC Treasurer

2011 INVOICES (8 PAGES)

Metropolitan

Police Department

INVOICE
Date: Federal Tax ID: Prepared By: Date Request Received:

20107/27/2010 51-6001131 Ofc. J. Jaffe 6/1/2010

Homeland Security Bureau Special Operations Division 2301 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: 202-671-65221 Fax: 202-727-6839

Statement for Police Services

Name: Address: Phone:

D.C. Caribbean Inc. 4808 A. Georgia Ave NW Washington, DC

Event: Location: 20011

Caribbean Parade Georgia Ave

Reimbursable Detail Coordinated Date and Time Notified: Event Organizer Date 6/25/2011 (Crowd Control) 6/25/2011 (Traffic Control) 6/25/2011 (Missing Persons) 6125/2011 (Missing Persons) 6/25/2011 (Crime Patrol) 6/25/2011 (Command/Support) 6/25/2011 Overtime

by:

Lt. S. Emerman 6/10/10 Mr. Sergeant 301-346-9635 # Hours 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 Varied Total Hours 1071 986 8.5 8.5 280 .. 5 153 667 0 3174.5 $192,311.21 $0.00 $192,311.21 $0.00 $0.00 $192,311.21

Advised of Cost of Police Services: Date and Time' Personnel 126 116 1 1 33 18 Mulitple Sub Totals: '

Times 0830-1700 0900-1730 0900-1730 1230-2100 143()"'2300 0900-1730 Various See Page Two Total on Duty Hours

0

Rate:

$60.58 per hour overtime

rate

On Duty Total for Event: Overtime Total for Event: Grand Total: Total Paid by HSEMA Funding: Total Paid by DC Caribbean Carnival: Balance Due / Balance Owed:

Approved:

Yes

No Commander, SOD Date

Approved:

Yes

No

Cluster Controller,

Public Safety and Justice

Date

The Metropolitan Police Department does not have the authority to alter, adjust, reduce or waive the prescribed fees for reimbursable details. That authority is vested with the Office of the Mayor. Please Make Checks Payable To: D.C. Treasurer

Government of the DIstrict of Columbia

INVOICE

DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL EVENT INVOI.CE PLEASE CONTACT FOR MAIUNG INSTRUCflONS DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ATIENTION: Vanessa Winfield 2000, 14th St NW,2nd Floor/TMC DATE: May 9, 2011 INVOICE # 2011- Fu'll route Washington. DC 20009 Phone 202.671.3347 Fax 202.671.1846 FOR: Caribbean Carnival Parade & Festival

BiIITe:

Name: Loughton Sargent Company Name: DC Caribbean Street Address: City. ST ZIP Code: Phone: 301~346-963S Email: isarg30921@aol.com ITEM 1 . Install-Maintain

Camivallnc.

DESCRIPTION -Rernove No Parking Signs Labor

UOM

UNIT COST

Q.TY

AMOUNT

s
per hour $ 35.00 20

750.00

2

Provide 2 Cones Trucks 100 cones each Labor: 2 ROP Staff

s

700.00

3

Provide Arrow boa rd pa nel (2) per day

s
$ $ $

75.00

2

s
s
$ $

150.00

4

Provide Traffic Control Officers Labor. 8 Teo Staff 12noon-8pm 2 Supervisors@ 8hrs per hour per hour per day 50.00 66.00 150.00 64 16 2 3;200.00 1,056.00 300.00

5

Variable Message Boards Relocate 2 VMS@ 1 day

••• Additional

TCO's staff will need tc be called in

***T(O rate increased

TOTAL
Make all checks payable to: DC Treasurer/DOOT If you have any questions conceming this invoice. please contact Vanessa Winfield, 202-671-3347. Payment for services must be paid prior to event.

$

6.156.00

vanesS2.winfield@dc.gov

TltANKYOU

Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA) Sent:
From:
Lyles, Henry Jr. (FEMS)

Monday, May 09,201110:17
Mitchell, Tanya (HS'EMA) RE: DC Caribbean Carnival

AM
Parade

To: Subject:

Tanya, The Fire & EMS Department 1900 hours. 6 units supports with Carrtbean Parade and Carnival with 6 EMS (Paramedic units) for 8 hou s 1100-

x

8 hours

== 48 hours

x

$200.00=$9600 ambulance being contracted and supporting the event with S EMS (Basic Life the department's bill will increase by 1600.00 per unit.

The above is predicated Support), if the number Henry

on a private is decreased

Henry Lyles Battalion Chief, Special

Events & Mass casualty

Planning

Unit

DC Fire &

EMS

Department
(0) (fax)

202-673-3274

2Q2-673-3177

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

*
Offioe of the Director

**

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
Bill To: ATTN:

Caribbean Festival L. B. Sargent
1ST 12:00 AM 2nd 6:00 AM SHIFT TO 9:00 AM SHIFT TO 3:00PM

Send To' Department of Public Works

ATTN:

. 2000 14th Street N. W. Office of the Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 Wanda Ellis, Special Events Coordinator wanda .ell is@dc.gov

LON~ BQUTE FOR 2Qtj

CHECKS ARE PAYABLETO DC TREASURER

Invoice Date
May 3, 2011

Terms
10 days prior to event

Item
PAGE 1 TOWING SERVICE Caribbean Fest $a1:!Luday,June 15, 2011 1st Shift 1ST SHIFT AND 3RD SHIFT

Description
TOW TRUCK FOR MINIMUM FOUR.HOURS O.FSERVICE TO INClUDiE 1 TRUCKr 1 DRIV£R, 1 SUPERVISOR (REQUIRED) 5 Additiol\aJ trucks @ $83.22 per hour per truck x 9 hours each 1 Additional truck @$83.22 per hour per truck x 5 hours each 5 Additiona'i drivers $40.17 per hour X @ 9 hrs each 1 additional driver
@ 5 hrs

Quantity

Price

Total

1

581.64

581.64

5

83.22

3744.90

1

83.22 40.17 40.:1.7

416.10 1807.65 700.85 199.50 360.00

5 1
1

1 supervisor @39.90 per hour ADDITIONA.L 5 MRS 1 SupervisQry vehicle @ 40.00 PER HOUR for 9 hrs TOWING SERVICE Caribbean Fest Saturday, June 25, 2nd Shift 2011 2nd SHIFT '6:00AM TO 5:00PM 4 trucks @ $83.22 per hour per truck x 9 hcuraeach 4 drivers $40.17 per hour x 9 hours each

1

I I

39.90 40.00

3

83.22

2995.92

3 1 1

40.17 39.90 40.00

1446.12 359.10 360 •. 0 0

:I. supervisQr @39.90 per hour X9 HRS 1 Supervisory vehicle @ 40.00 PE,RHOUR x 9 hrs

Subtotal

12971.78

2000 14th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202-673·6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLJC WORKS

***
Office of the Director

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
Bill To: Caribbean Festival ATTN: L. B. Sargent
2ndSH1FT

Send T!fjepartment

11:00 AM TO 5:00PM

Washington, D.C. 2000·9 AnN: Wanda Ellis, Special Events COordinator w8nda.ellls@dc.gov CHECKS ARE PAYABLE TO Dc TREASURER

Office of the Director,

~ooo 14th

of Public Works
Street N. W. 6th floor

J.Q!:Uz BQUTlii EAGE
Invoice Date May 3,2011

2

j 10

I

Terms
days prior to even.t

Item Description Quantity PAGE2 TOWING SERVICE 4 trucks @ $83.22 per Caribbean Fest 3 hour per truck x 7 hours Saturday, June 2nd each 25,2011 Shift 3RDSHIFT 4 drivers $40.17 per hour 3 X 7 hours each 11:00AM TO 6:00PM 1 supervisor @39.90 per 1 hour X 7 HRS 1 Supervisory vehicle @ 1 40.00 PERHOURx7 hrs

Price

Total

83.22

2330.16

40.17

1124.76

39.90 40.00

279.30 2BO.00

from first page

Subtotal

12971.78

second page

Subtotal Total

4014.22 16986.00

2000 14th Street, N.w., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202·673·6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

***
Office of the Director

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
LONG ROUTE Loughton
~iII To:

B. Sargeant Executive Director Caribbean Festival 15arg30921@aotcom
EQUIPMENT COSTS

Department of Public Works 2000 14th Street N. W. Office ·ofthe' Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda Ellis, Special Events Coordinator wand a.ellis@dc.goll PLEASEMAKECHECKSPAYABLE TO DC
TREASURER

SEND TO:

Invoice Date
May 2, 2011

Terms
10 days prior to event

I
I
Quantity
4

Item
lune 2S, 2011 5:30 am to 9:30 AM pre-cleaning lune 25, 2011 5:30 am to 9:30 AM pre-deaning lune 25, 2011 5:30 am to 9:30 AM pre-cleaning June 25, 2011 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM DURING & POST EVENT lune 25, 2011 11:00 AM to .11:00 PM DURING a POST
EVE"NT

Description
4 Sweeper'S @40.DO hour x 4 heurseaeh 1 Packer @ 40.00 per hour x 4 hours

Price
40.00

Total
$960.00

1

40.00

$240.00

2 dump trucks @ 40.00 per hour x 4 hours each

2

40.00

$1600.00

2 Water trucks @40.00 per hour x 12 hrs

2

40.00

$960.00

1'0 Sweepers @40.DO hour x 12 hours each

10

40.00

$4800.00

June 25, 2011 11:00 AM to 11:00
DURING & POST EVENT

PM

2 Packer @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours

2.

40.00

$960.00

lune 25, 2011 11:00 A.M 11:00 to PM DURI.NG 8< POST
EVENT

2. Dump trucks @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours each

2

40.00

$960.00

June 25, 2011 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM DURING &. POST
EVENT

4 Tennant Vacs @ 40.00 per hour x 12 hours each 30 tons of trash @ 79.10 per ton

4

40.00

$1920.00

June 25, 2011

30

79.10

2373.00

Total

$14,773.00

2000 14th Street, N.w" Washington, D.C. 20009 - 202-673-6833

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

*
Office of the Director

*

*

SPECIAL EVENTS INVOICE
LONG ROUTE Laughton B. Sargeant Executlive Director Caribbean Fest,ival PERSO'NNEL COSTS Invoice Date May 3, 2011 Terms 1 110 days prior to event 1 Description
Motor Vehicle Operator 7 @ $32.00 per hour x 4 hours each 1 supervisors @ $32.00 per hour x 4 hours each Sanitation Workers 10 @$32.00 hr x" hrs each 4 supervlsora @$32.00 per hour x 12 hours each Department of Pubtic Works 2000 14th Street N. W. Office of the 'Director, 6th floor Washington, D.C. 20009 ATTN: Wanda Ellis, Special Events Coordinator wanda.ellls@dc.g~v PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABl.E TO DC
TREASURER SEND TO: ;

~III To:

I

Item
June 25. 2011 5:30 AM to 9; 30 AM prior 'event June 25, 2011 5:30 AM to 9:30 AM prior event June 26. 2011 5:30 AM to 9:30 AM prior event June 25,201111:00 AM to 11:00 PM DURING AND POST
Cl!;ANINC3

Quantity
7

Price
3.2.. 0 0

Total
896.00

1

32.00

$128.00

10

32.00

1280.00

4

32.00

$1538.00

June 25.201111:00.AM to 11:00 PM DURIN,G AND POST
CLEANING

Motor VehiCle O.perator 14 @ $27.00 per ho'Ur x 12 !'lours each

14

32.00

5376,.00

June 26, 201111;00 AM 0011 :.00 P,M DURING AND POST
CLEANING

Sanitation Workers 31 @ $32.00 hT x 12 hrs each

31

32.00

$11904.00

June 25., 2011 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM 1 Mechanics @ 27.00 per hour x 12 DURING AND POST hours
CLEANING

1

27.00

$324.00

June 25, 2011 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM DURING AND POST
CLEANING

1 AdministratiVe aide@ 27.00 per hour x 12 hrs

1

27.00

$324.00

June 25, 201112:00 to 12:00 AM CLEANJNG

PM

DURING AND POST

27.00 per hour x 12 hours
each

Disposal Technicians

3@ 3

27.DO
Subtotal Total

$972.00
$22,740.00 $22,740.00

2000 14th Street, NW., Washington, D.C. 20009 - 2Q2-673-6833

*

10% INCREASE FOR 2011 TRUNCATEDROUTE

$2,190.10

***

Department of Health Emergency Health & Medical Services Administration 64 New york Ave. 5th Floor Washington DC 20002

Invoice

No. SPECEV06 28

INVOICE
Customer DC CARBBEAN CARNIVAL Address Washington State DC City 301-346-9635 Phone

!!!!!!!!!

ZIP 2000-' -

-

Date 6/30/2010 Order No. Date of Delivery '-:J-un--""-10=-Unit Price $211.00 I TOTAL $211.00

I BLS

I

Description Medical Aid Station (Total for first hour of station) Medical supplies, personnel and Commnad Vehicle

--

2 1----...,,DOH-on-scene supervisor

with inspection & Compliance

$380.00

$760.00

I
I

16 DOH Medical Teams
.(Total for both days

$102.00 per hour

$102.00

$1,020,00

o

Payment Details

$1,991.00
@

t.:heck

Money Order #VALUE]
_

Name Service

_
----:=--:--

TOTAL
IOffice Use Only
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Expires

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Please remit within 30 days of invoice date to: Office of Emergency Health & Medical Services 825 North Capitol St. NE rm 4177 Washington DC 20002

Make checks payable to the DC Treasurer

c,

CORRESPONDENCE WI LT. EMERMAN (10 PAGES)

Stewart-Ponder,
From: Sent: To: Subject:

Gitana (EOM)
Booth, Quincy (EOM) Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:14 PM Stewart-Ponder, Gitana (EOM); McDuffie, Kenyan (EOM) FW: Status of Unpaid invoice from 2010

From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5: 13 PM To: Booth, Quincy (EOM) Subject: FW: Status of Unpaid invoice from 2010

LT. STUART EMERMAN
MOROPOUTAN POUCE DEPARTMENT

HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL QpERAnONS DIVISION

SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT

2301 L STRjO.
WASHINGTOj'

NW DC 20037

202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202·486-0995(CELLULAR) 202·727-6839 (FAX)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL.WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WALDO E:MERSON

RALPH

CONFlDENTlALITY NOTICE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for use by the named recipient(s) above The content included in this email is the property of the Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should not be forwarded or disseminated to unauthorized users, It should only be used by the intended recipient [fyou have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any anechments may contain confidential information. Please delete it from your files if you are not the intended recipient

From: Isarg30921@aol.com

[mailto:lsarg30921@aol.com]

Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 20111:44 PM
To: Emenrnan, Stuart (MPD) Subject: Re: Status of Unpaid invoice from 2010 1

We are working on getting it resolved. I will keep you abreast. Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

From: "Emennan, Stuart (MPD)" <stuart.emermangadc.gov> Date: Tue 15 Mar 2011 13:35:04 -0400 To: Isarg30921 @aoLcom<lsarg30921 @aoLcom> Subject: Status of Unpaid invoice from 2010
Please advise me of the status of the payment for the 2010 balance. Thank you.

--_------

LT. STUART EM ERMAN
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANN1NG UNIT

2301 L STREET, NW
WASHINGTON, DC 20037 202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202-48&0995(CELLULAR)

202-727-6839(FAX)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WALDO EMERSON

RALPH

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for u9;>by the named recipienus) above. The content included in this email is the property ofthe Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should nat be forwarded or disseminated lO unauthorized users. It should only be used by the intended recipient. lf you have received this e-mail ill error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this e-mail at the address shown abov . This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information, Please delete it from your files if you are not the intended recipient.

Preventing terrorism
If you SEE something,

is everybody's
SAY something.

business.

Call the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099 or email at SAR@DC.GOV to report suspicious activity or behavior that has already occurred. Call 911 to report in-progress threats or emergencies. To learn more, visit http://www.mpdc.dc.govloperationtipp. 2

Stewart-Ponder,
From:

Gitana (EOM)
Booth, Quincy (EOM)
Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:15 PM Stewart-Ponder, Gitana (EOM); McDuffie, Kenyan (EOM) FW: DC Caribbean Carnival request I!!

Sent:
To:

Subject:

From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Sent: Tuesday, M'ay io, 2011 5:14 PM To: Booth, Quincy (EOM)
Subject: FW: DC Caribbean Carnival request! I!

LT. STUART EMERMAN
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT 2301 LSIRjET,

NW
DC 20037

WASHINGIO,'

202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202-486-0995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839 (FAX)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL.BE STRONG TO LIVE.AS WELL AS THINK.
WAl..DO EMERSON

RAU>H

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for use by the named recipient(s} above. The content included in this email is the propeny of the Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should not be forwarded or disseminated to unauthorized users. It should only be-used by the intended recipient. If you have received this e-mail in error, piease immediately notify the sender by replying to th is e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information. Please delete it from your files if you are not the intended recipient.

From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD)

--

-----_.

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Sent: Tuesday, February 01,2011 6:17 PM
To: 'lsarg30921@aol.com'
1

Cc: Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA); 'trinirollo@aol.com' Subject: Re: DC Caribbean carnival request!!!

I have been advised by my assistant chief that until the outstanding we can not move forward with your event. Lt. Stuart Emerman Metropolitan Police Department Special Operations Division Planning Unit 202-671-6544 Office 202-486-0995 Cell 202-727-6839 Fax

balance is settled and the "clean hands" is satisfied,

From: Isarg30921@ao1.com <lsarg30921@aol.com> To: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Cc: Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA); trinirollo@aol.com <trinirollo@aol.com>; Sent: Tue Feb 0116:38:292011 Subject: DC Caribbean carnival request!!!

Isarg30921@aoLcom

<lsarg30921@aol.com>

Good afternoon Lt. Emerman,
Just following-up on Caribbean Carnival, know that 201 0 was access the park due with. our recent conversation. As you are aware, time is moving and this matter is still unresolved. DC lnc., would like to offer a proposed plan so we can move forward with our 2011 plans. You and I a nightmare with respect to the parade being delayed by the politicians and the public not being able to the late ending of the parade. These two factors led to the financial challenges we are now faced

We are asking MPD to please consider these factors and assist us with moving forward with plans for 2011. We are proposing for 2011 to eliminate the Festival at Banneker Park and just focus on Georgia Avenue and the parade for a one day event on Saturday June 25, 2011. We believe that this arrangement will drastically decrease the overall costs for district resources. We are eager to engage you and/or your superiors Best regards, Loughton B. Sargeant Executive Director DC Caribbean carnival, Inc. -----Original Message---From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) <stuart.emerman@dc.gov> To: Isarg30921@aol.com <lsarg30921@aoLcom> Sent: Tue, Nov 30, 2010 12:52 pm Subject: HE: Oustanding invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade Copy. Let me know as soon as you hear something. As of now, we are showing it as unpaid. in addressing our request at your earliest convenience.

LT.

STUART EMERMAN

METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVIS.ION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNlNG UNIT

2301 L STREET, NW
2

WASHINGTON,

DC 20037

202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202-48S-Q995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839(FAx)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS W,ELL AS THINK.
WAJ..DO EMERSON

RALPH

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for use by the named recipiem(s) above. The content included in this email is the property of the Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should norbe forwarded or disseminated to unauthorized users. It should only be used by the intended recipient. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information. Please delete it from your files if you are not the intended recipient

From:

Isarg30921@aol.com

Sent: Tuesday, November 30, To: Emerman, Stuart (MPD)
Subject: Re: Oustanding

[mailto:lsara30921@aol.com] 2010 12:46 PM

invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade

Spoke to someone with the Mayor's office last week who is trying to get us an answer. Still awaiting a response. Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

From:
Date:

"Emerman,

Stuart (MPO)" <stuart.emerman@dc.gov>

Tue, 30 Nov 2010 12:44:28 -0500 RE: Oustanding invoices for 201 0 Caribbean Festival and Parade

To:

Isarg30921@aol.com<lsarg30921@aol.com>

Subject:

Have you been able to get any answer on this yet?

LT. STUART EMERMAN
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT 2301 L STREET, NW DC 20037

WASHINGTON, 202-67

t -6544(OFFICE)

202·48S-Q995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839 (FAx)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THA.N INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WAL.DO EMERSON

RALPH

CONfIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for use by the named recipienus) above. The content included in this email is the property of the Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should not be forwarded or disseminated to unauthorized users. It should only be used by the intended recipient, If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information. PIease delete it from your files i f you are not the intended recipient.

Isarg30921@aol.com [mailto:lsarg30921@aol.com] Sent; Tuesday, November 16, 20103:03 PM To: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Subject: Re: Oustanding invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade 3

From:

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--

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Hi Lt. Emerman, We presented it to the CA's office for a resolution. We will check on the status.

---Original Message----From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) <stuart.emerman@dc.gov> To: Isarg30921@aol.com <15a(930921@aol.com> Sent: Tue, Nov 16,20102:41 pm Subject Oustanding invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade Greetings Mr. Sargeant. I am clearing out our FY2010 invoices and came across 2 outstanding ones for your event. To this date, we have received no notifications that this balance has been waived or absorbed by any budget, nor has any payment been received. As such, until the outstanding balances of $36,717.46 and $18,065.00 (for a total of$54 ,782.46) have been satisfied, the MPD will be unable to approve your 2011 event presentation to the MSETG due to a "Clean Hands" violation. Please advise me of when we can expect to receive this payment. Thank you.

LT. STUART

EM ERMAN

METROPOWTAN POWCE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT

2301

L STREET, NW

WASHINGTON, DC 20037

202-.671-6544(OFFIC

E)

202-486-0995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839(FAX)

CHARACTER. IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WAIJ:IO EMERSON

RALPH

CONFIDENTIALITY NonCE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for use by the named recipient(s) above. The content included in this email is the property of the Metropolitan Police Department and is law enforcement sensitive. This email should not be forwarded or disseminated to unauthonzed users. lt should only be used by the intended recipient. [fyou have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replyingto this e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information, Please delete it from your files if you are no! the intended recipient.

Preventing terrorism is everybody's business.
If you SEEsomething, SAYsomething. Call the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099 or email at SAR@DC.GOV report suspicious activity or beh. to has already occurred .. Call 911 to report in-progress threats or emergencies.
To learn more, visit http;!/www.mpdc.dc.gov/operationtipp.

4

Stewart~Ponder, Gitana (EOM)
From~

Sent: To: Subject:

Booth, Quincy (EOM) Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:14 PM Stewart-Ponder, Gitana (EOM); McDuffie, Kenyan (EOM) FW: DC Caribbean Carnival request I!!

FYI

From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:13 PM To: Booth, Quincy (EOM) Subject: FW: DC Caribbean Carnival request!!!

LT.STUARTEMERMAN
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL QPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT 2301 LSTRjET,

NW
DC 20037

WASHINGTOi'

202-671-6544(OFFICEl 202-48&0995(CE.LLULAR) 202-727-6839(FAX)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WAJ..DO EMERSON

RALPH

CONFrDEN11ALfTY NOT1CE: This e-mail is confidential, intended only for usc by the named recipienus) above. The content included in this email is the property of the Metropolitan Police Department. and is Jaw enforcement sensitive. This email should not be forwarded or disseminated to unauthorized users. It should only be used by the intended recipient. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replyingto this e-mail at the address shown above. This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential information. Please delete it from your tiles if you are not the intended recipient.

From: Isarg'309.21@aoLcom [mailto: Isarg30921@aol.com] Sent: Tuesday, february 01, 2011 4:38 PM To: Emerman, Stuart (MP.D)
1

Cc: Mitchell, Tanya (HSEMA); trinirollo@aol.com; Subject: DC Caribbean Carnival request! II

Isarg30921@aol.com

Good afternoon Lt. Emerman,
Just following-up on Caribbean Carnival, know that 2010 was access the park due with. our recent conversation. As you are aware, time is movinga.nd this matter is still unresolved. DC Inc., would like to offer a proposed plan so we can move forward with our 2011 plans. You and I a nightmare with respect to the parade being delayed by the politicians and the public not being able to the late ending of the parade. These two factors led to the financial challenges we are now faced

We are asking MPD to please consider these factors and assist us with moving forward with plans for 2011. We are proposing for 2011 to eliminate the Festival at Banneker Park and just focus on Georgia Avenue and the parade for a one day event on Saturday June 25, 2011. We believe that this arrangement will drastically decrease the overall costs for district resources. We are eager to engage you and/or your superiors Best regards., Laughton B. Sargeant Executive Director DC Caribbean carnival, Inc. ----Original Message-From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) <stuart.emerman@dc.gov> To: IS8r930921@aol.com <lsarg30921@aol.com> Sent: Tue, Nov 30, 201012:52 pm Subject: RE: Oustanding invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade Copy. Let me know as soon as you hear something. As of now, we are showing it as unpaid. in addressing our request at your earliest convenience.

LT. STUART EM ERMAN
METROPOLITAN POUCE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT 2301 L STREET, NW DC 20037

WASHINGTON,

202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202-48S-Q995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839(FAX)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO LIVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WALDO EMERSON

RALPH

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[mailto: Isarg30921@aol.com] November 30, 2010 12:46 PM To: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Subject: Re: Oustanding invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade 2

Sent: Tuesday,

From: Isarg30921@aol.com

Spoke to someone with the Mayor's office last week who is trying to get us an answer, Still awaiting a response. Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T From:
"Emerman, Tue,30 Stuart (MPD)" <stuart.emerman@dc.qov>

Date:
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Nov 201012:44:28-0500 invoices for 2010 Caribbean Festival and Parade

Isarg30921 @aol.com<lsarg30921@aol.com> RE: Oustanding

Subject:

Have you been able to get any answer on this yet?

LT. STUART EM ERMAN
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATI.ONS. DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING UNIT

2301 L STREET, NW
WASHINGTON, DC 20037

202-671-6544(OFFICE)

202-486-0995(CELLULAR) 202-727-6839(FAx)

CHARACTER IS HIGHER THAN INTEL.LECT. A GREAT SOUL WIL.LBE STRONG TO UVE AS WELL. AS THINK.
WALDOEM~ON

RALPH

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From: Isarg30921@aoLcom [mailto: Isarg3D921@aol.com] Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 200100 3:03PM To~ Emerman, Stuart (MPD) Subject: Re: Oustanding invoices for 20100 Caribbean Festival and Parade
Hi Lt. Emerman, We presented it to the CA's office for a resolution. We will check on the status.

---Original Message--From: Emerman, Stuart (MPD) <stuart.emerman@dc.gov> To: Isarg300921@aol.com <lsarg30921@aol.com> Sent: Tue, Nov 16, 20100 2:41 pm Subject: Oustanding invoices for 201 0 Caribbean Festival and Parade Greetings Mr. Sargeant. I am clearing out our FY20010 invoices and came across 2 outstanding ones for your event. To this date, we have received no notifications that this balance has been waived or absorbed by any budget, nor has any payment been received. As such, until the outstanding balances of $36,717.46 and $18,0065.00 (for a total of $54,782.46) have been satisfied, the MPD will be unable to approve your 2011 event presentation to the MSETG due to a "Clean Hands" violation. Please advise me of when we can expect to receive this payment. Thank you.

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LT. STUART EM ERMAN
METROPOLITAN POUCE DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS BRANCH PLANNING 2301

UNIT

L STREET, NW DC 2.0037

WASHINGTON,

202-671-6544(OFFICE) 202.486-0995(CELLULA 202-727-6839(FAx) R)

CHARACTER 'IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT. A GREAT SOUL WILL BE STRONG TO UVE AS WELL AS THINK.
WALDO EMERSON

RALPH

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