District of Columbia Appropriations for 1975: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session, Part 2
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on District of Columbia Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974
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activities additional Administration Agency Annualization Appro appropriated Area Assistance authorized Avenue base Board budget building Capital Category Center Chairman COLE College COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT committee completed Congressional construction Continued cost Data Department District of Columbia Division Education effective Elementary equipment established Estimated existing facilities Federal fiscal fiscal year 1975 follows funds going Grants Health Highways Hospital Human Improvements increase Individuals institutions instruction Justification Location maintenance meet MYERS NATCHER necessary Number Office Operating period PERMANENT personnel persons planning Positions Amount present priations Priority problems Project Public Schools questions record Recreation Redirection reduced Replacement request Resources responsible SCHEDULE SUBMISSION SCOPE serve space Square staff STAROBIN Street supply Teachers thousands Total Traffic unit utilized vehicles Washington YELDELL
Page 149 - Any child who is a member of a household which has an annual income not above the applicable family-size income level set forth in the income poverty guideline prescribed by the Secretary shall be served a free lunch.
Page 73 - Community Power and Education" in the 1974 Yearbook of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development to be published. Mr. NATCHER. Thank you, Ms. Sizemore. Mr. Rosenfield, it is a pleasure to have you appear before our committee. You have appeared on a number of occasions and as I pointed out a few moments ago, I believe you are now the dean as far as the board members are concerned. Mr. ROSENFIELD. We are also Kentucky colonels, too. [Discussion off the record.] STATEMENT BY SCHOOL...
Page 296 - Mr. NATCHER. Mr. Secretary, I want to thank you for your appearance before our committee at this time and for an excellent statement.
Page 150 - Service funds the activities authorized by the National School Lunch Act, as amended, and the Child Nutrition Act of 1966, as amended.
Page 1167 - Commission on the Organization of the Government of the District of Columbia.
Page 630 - ... in connection with the licensing of any vehicle to be operated as a taxicab except for operation in accordance with such system of uniform zones and rates and regulations applicable thereto as shall have been prescribed by the Public Service Commission.
Page 1005 - Provided further, That not to exceed $50,000 of any appropriations available to the District of Columbia may be used to match financial contributions from the Department of Defense to the District of Columbia Office of Civil Defense for the purchase of civil defense equipment and supplies approved by the Department of Defense, when authorized by the Commissioner.
Page 1030 - No funds appropriated herein for the government of the District of Columbia for the operation of educational institutions, the compensation of personnel, or for other educational purposes may be used to permitj encourage, facilitate, or further partisan political activities.
Page 250 - We have looked very carefully nt all equipment requests this year, and this $356,500 is an accurate figure. Mr. NATCHER. Any questions on this project, gentlemen ? [No response.] OXON RUN PARKWAY ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (See pp. 1156-1157) Mr. NATCHER. Now we take up the new elementary and junior high school, at Oxon Run Parkway SE., where you are requesting an additional $990,500 for construction services and $15,390,000 for construction. CHANGE IN SCOPE TWO PROJECTS CONSOLIDATED Justify...