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[87 STAT. 824]
[87 STAT. 824]
PUBLIC LAW 93-000—MMMM. DD, 1973

824 Audit recommend a t i o n s, compliance.

PUBLIC LAW 93-198-DEC. 24, 1973



(3) The Mayor, within lunety days after receipt of the audit from the Comptroller General, shall state in writing to the Council, with a copy to the Congress, what has been done to comply with the recommendations made by the Comptroller General in the report. ADJUSTMENTS

Debt payment.

Demonstration c o s t s, reimbursement.

Surety bond.

Premiums, payment.

SEC. 737. (a) Subject to section 731, the Mayor, with the approval of the Council, and the Director of the Oifice of Management and Budget, is authorized and empowered to enter into an agreement or agreements concerning the manner and method by which amounts owed by the District to the United States, or by the United States to the District, shall be ascertained and paid. (b) The United States shall reimburse the District for necessary expenses incurred by the District in connection with assemblages, marches, and other demonstrations in the District Which relate primarily to the Federal Government. The manner and method of ascertaining and paying the amounts needed to so reimburse the District shall be determined by agreement entered into in accordance with subsection (a) of this section. (c) Each officer and employee of the District required to do so by the Council shall provide a bond wath such surety and in such amount as the Council may require. The premiums for all such bonds shall be paid out of appropriations for the District. ADVISORY XEIGIIBORIIOOD

Petition requirement.

Elections. Administration.




Shid. 738. (a) The Council shall by act divide the District into neighborhood council areas and, upon receiving a petition signed by at least 5 per centum of the I'egistered qualified electors of a neighborhood council area, shall establish for that neighborhood an elected advisory neighborhood council. I n designating such neighborhoods, the Council shall consider natural geographic boundaries, election districts, and divisions of the District made for the purpose of administration of services. (b) Elections for members of each advisory neighborhood council shall be nonpartisan, shall be scheduled to coincide with the elections of members of the Board of Education held in the District, and shall be administered by the Board of Elections. Advisory neighborhood council members shall be elected from single member districts within each neighborhood council area by the registered qualified electors thereof. (c) Each advisory neighborhood council— (1) may advise the District government on matters of public policy including decisions regarding planning, streets, recreation, social services programs, health, safety, and sanitation in that neighborhood council area; (2) may employ staff and expend, for public purposes within its neighborhood council area, public funds and other funds donated to it; and (3) shall have such other powers and duties as may be provided by act of the Council. (d) I n the manner provided by act of the Council, in addition to any other notice required by law, timely notice shall be given to each advisory neighborhood council of requested or proposed zoning changes, \ari^nces. public unprovements, licenses or permits of significance to ueighborliood planning and development within its neighborhood council area for its review, comment, and recommendation.