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Where do your Pepco payments go? (Besides lavish lobbying of elected officials?) To the lawyers, of course [Times]
D.C. Council displeased that so many city workers don’t live in the city. [DCist]
Residents close to ballpark aren’t feeling the Nattiude. [Post]
Post essentially admits it was goaded by Michael Brown in publishing this super weak oppo research. [Post]
IG recommends city stop doing business with IT contractor who won’t open books. [WBJ]
David Catania and Jack Evans have both their employers interested in a city lights contract. [WBJ]
Microsoft on short list to anchor St. E’s. [WBJ]
Former environment boss says he was representing the public interest, which means the mayor wasn’t. [Post]
Housing waitlist could temporarily close. [Post]
Cathy Lanier might have to testify on missing evidence in Pershing Park mass arrest. [WAMU]
Mayor nixes extra charge for baseball taxis. [City Desk]