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Archive for February 14th, 2018

Why Was a Protector of the Public Interest Fired? Let’s Ask the Mayor

In late 2010 the city council authorized the establishment of an Office of Open Government (OOG) that, among other things, would ensure that DC’s boards and commissions –- there are around 170, with members who, for the most part are not compensated — be in compliance with the Open Meetings Act which requires that meetings […]

Allegations of Racial Discrimination by the McMillan Park Site Developers for its Low-Income Housing Aired Before Appeals Court

Accompanying images can be viewed on page 1 of the February 2018 issue pdf By William G. Schulz* Another lawsuit against the DC Zoning Commission regarding the stalled and highly controversial historic McMillan Park Reservoir development is moving forward in the DC Court of Appeals — this one making an explosive charge of racial discrimination against […]

Dupont Circle on Track to be Designated a Business Improvement District; Public Hearing Set

Accompanying images can be viewed on page 1 of the February 2018 issue pdf By P.L. Wolff Now, 15 months from when a group of Dupont Circle business owners, led by Michael R. Kain of Kain & Associates Real Estate Development, as incorporator, formally submitted their extensively documented application for the establishment of a Business Improvement […]

Revitalizing North Dupont Circle

To view the accompanying images start on page 1 of the February 2018 issue pdf & then click the link to the on-line jump page. By Larry Ray* I love North Dupont Circle but I wish there was more business variety such as a hardware store; 17th Street hardware is not too far away, though. […]