D.C. Council Approves $3.8 Billion Budget, $250 Million of GOs
- D.C. officials say a return to home rule is around the corner. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;01/24/2000, Vol. 331 Issue 30813, p1
Reports on the possible return to self-governance of the District of Columbia. Achievement of a balanced budget in fiscal 2000; Net funding shortfall of the district.
- D.C.'s new mayor will take charge as financial authority cedes power. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;11/05/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30515, p8
Reports on the election of Democratic candidate, Anthony Williams as mayor of the District of Columbia on November 3, 1998. Profile on Williams; Plans for granting Williams authority over budget, personnel and other key issues during the transition period; Key tasks in the position; Committee...
- D.C. Mayor Touts Successes of His 7-Year Tenure. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;11/2/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32251, p1
Presents views of Washington D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams of his administration as he plans not to run for elections. Belief of Williams for his name to belong in the history of the district; Confidence of Williams of the recognition of the people of his involvement in fixing problems and raising...
- The Ghost of Marion Barry. White, Jack E. // Time;5/8/2000, Vol. 155 Issue 19, p66
Discusses the political state of Washington D.C. under the leadership of Mayor Anthony Williams. Description of the mishaps and mistakes that have taken place, including the shooting at the National Zoo that wounded six children; Successes during Williams' term, including the city's third...
- Mayor to regain agency authority. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;02/26/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30587, p4
Reports on the United States Senate's approval of legislation to restore to Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams authority over day-to-day local government operations that had been stripped from former Mayor Marion Barry.
- It's official: Mayor gets control. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;03/10/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30595, p6
Reports on President Bill Clinton's signing of a bill that returns control of the District of Columbia's nine largest departments to the mayor. Mayor Anthony Williams' praise for the president's decision to sign the bill; Allowance of Williams to hire and fire senior managers in government.
- D.C.'s Mayor-elect asks for money or taxing authority. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;11/06/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30516, p1
Reports on Washington, D.C. Mayor-elect Anthony Williams' consideration of options to raise additional money for the District of Columbia. Meeting with the district's congressionally created financial control board to discuss returning full operational authority to Williams; Update on the...
- D.C. mayor-elect Williams chooses politically connected transition team. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;11/13/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30520, p3
Reports on Washington, D.C. Mayor-elect Anthony Williams' selection of the members of his transition team. Emphasis placed by Williams on improving service for children; Qualifications of members of Williams' team; Challenges facing the team.
- Anthony A. Williams Sworn In As New Mayor Of Washington, D.C. // Jet;01/18/99, Vol. 95 Issue 7, p4
Reports that Anthony A. Williams was sworn in as the mayor of Washington D.C. in January 1999. His human goals as mayor; Details of his agenda; Educational background; Career in politics.