PUBLIC LAW 93-198-DEC. 24, 1973
(e) I n order to pay the expenses of the advisory neighborhood councils, enable them to employ such staff as may be necessary, and to conduct programs for the welfare of the people in a neighborhood council area, the District government shall apportion to each advisory neighborhood council, out of the revenue of the District received from the tax on real property in the District including improvements thereon, a sum not less than that part of such revenue raised by levying 1 cent per $100 of assessed valuation which bears the same ratio to the full sum raised thereby as the population of the neighborhood bears to the population of the District. The Council may authorize additional methods of financing advisory neighborhood councils. (f) The Council shall by act make provisions for the handling of funds and accounts by each advisory neighborhood council and shall establish guidelines with respect to the employment of persons by each advisory neighborhood council which shall include fixing the status of such employees with respect to the District government, but all such provisions and guidelines shall be uniform for all advisory neighborhood councils and shall provide that decisions to employ and discharge employees shall be made by the advisory neighborhood council. These provisions shall conform to the extent practicable to the regular budgetary, expenditure and auditing procedures and the personnel merit system of the District. (g) The Council shall have authority in accordance with the provisions of this Act, to legislate with respect to the advisory neighborhood councils established in this section. (h) The foregoing provisions of this section shall take effect only if agreed to in accordance with the provisions of section 703(a) of this Act.
825 Council exp e n s e s, funds, apportionment.
X A T I O X A L CAPITAL SERVICE AREA
SEC. 739. (a) There is establislied within the District of Columbia the National Capital Service Area which shall include, subject to the following provisions of this section, the principal Federal monuments, the White House, the Capitol Building, the United States Supreme Court Building, and the Federal executive, legislative, and judicial office buildings located adjacent to the Mall and the Capitol Building, and is more particularly described in subsection (f). (b) There is established in the Executive Office of the President the National Capital Service Director who shall be appointed by the President. The President, through the National Capital Service Director, shall assure that there is provided, utilizing District of Columbia governmental services to the extent practicable, within the area specified in subsection (a) and particularly described in subsection (f), adequate fire })]"otection and sanitation services. Except with respect to that ))ortion of the National Capital Service Area comprising the United States Capitol Buildings and Grounds as defined in sections 1 and 16 of the Act of July 31, 1946, as amended (40 U.S.C. 193a and 193m), the United States Supreme Court Building and Grounds as defined in section 11 of the Act of August 18, 1949, as amended (40 U.S.C. 13p), and the Library of Congress Buildings and Grounds as defined in section 11 of the Act of August 4, 1950, as amended (2 U.S.C. 167j), the National Capital Service Director shall assure that there is provided within the remainder of such area specified in subsection (a) and subsection (f), adequate police i:)rotection and maintenance of streets and highwavs. (c) The National Capital Service Director shall be entitled to receive compensation at the maximum rate as may be established from time to time for level IV of the Executive Schedule of section 5314 of title 5 of the United States Code. The Director may appoint, subject to the provisions of title 5 of the United States Code governing appointments in the competitive service, and fix the pay of, in accord-
60 Stat. 718; 81 Stat. 275. D. C. Code 9-118, 9-132. 63 Stat. 617. 64 Stat. 412; 84 Stat. 309.
5 USC 101 (it seq.