• Tiffani Johnson

Lamond Riggs Lillian J. Huff Library

Good morning Neighbor,

I hope this message finds you well on a beautiful Saturday in the District!

Yami and I are writing you here to remind you of an upcoming event that was driven by a lot of community support (both recently and over the years) – the Lamond-Riggs Public Library! Please join Mayor Bowser, government officials, fellow District residents, and other community partners in celebrating the opening of the recently renovated library – including a ribbon cutting – on Monday, June 27th at 11:00 AM.

The new 23,500-square-foot library continues the DC Public Library’s Facilities Master Plan priority of building neighborhood libraries that are at least 20,000 sq. ft., are flexible enough to accommodate changing uses and new technologies, and are environmentally friendly. We know how important this was to the community and are proud to bring this benefit back to residents in Wards 4 & 5! I hope to see you there!

All my best,

Anthony

Anthony M. Mitchell | Ward 4 Liaison

(Pronouns: He/Him/His)

Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services (MOCRS)

Executive Office of Mayor Muriel Bowser

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 332

Washington, DC 20004

O: (202) 724-7672 | M: (202) 436-2087 | Twitter: @AMitchellWard4




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