Jack Evans, who has been under federal investigation, will not seek reelection to another term as chairman of the Metro board but will remain on the board.
The D.C. Board of Elections has approved a petition to recall Jack Evans, a city councilman who used his position to solicit business from area lobbyists.
Jack Evans is under federal investigation over allegations he leveraged his positions on the D.C. Council and at Metro for personal gain.
Jack Evans has already been stripped of some of his responsibilities on D.C.’s powerful finance committee.
Metro Board is set to meet in a closed session Tuesday, where members could take steps to finalize the outcome of an ethics investigation involving Chairman Jack Evans.
Changes to allow parking enforcement officers to mail tickets to drivers who take off before the ticket can be placed on their windshields or handed to them are on track for D.C. Council approval.
The D.C. Board of Elections on Wednesday declined to issue a petition to collect signatures, which would have opened the recall process against embattled D.C. Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans.
The petitions will be issued and presumably adopted by the proponent of the recall at today’s meeting, said Rachel Coll, a spokeswoman for the D.C. Board of Elections.
The council voted unanimously on Tuesday to seize oversight of Events DC and the Commission on Arts and Humanities from Evans’ authority as chair of the Finance Committee.
The D.C. Council voted unanimously to formally reprimand Council Member Jack Evans after allegations the longtime District lawmaker used his public office for personal gain.
On the docket for a Tuesday D.C. Council meeting is Chairman Phil Mendelson’s proposed reprimand of Jack Evans, who’s accused of violating the council’s code of conduct by using his public office for personal gain.
Federal subpoenas have been delivered to the D.C. Council and the mayor’s office as part of an investigation into Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans, who faces multiple allegations that he used his elected public office for personal gain.
At least 24 members of the D.C. Democratic State Committee have signed a letter asking D.C. Council member Jack Evans to resign from his elected position as National Committeeman.
According to one D.C. Council member, Chairman Phil Mendelson’s proposed reprimand of Jack Evans “is merely a slap on the wrist” — and he’s pushing for an investigation into Evans’ possible violations.
D.C. Council member Jack Evans, the chair of the Finance and Revenue Committee, is apologizing in response to accusations he used his elected, public position for private gain.
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