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Shutdown leaves tourists “wandering aimlessly looking to find something to do.” [City Desk]
And it closes bike trails, though some cyclists use them anyway. [GGW]
It could also get in the way of Height Act planning. [WBJ]
And it highlights the Washington-D.C. divide. [The Atlantic]
West Heating Plant plans to go public. [Georgetown Metropolitan]
Following historic designation, Southwest project loses a building. [WBJ]
Streetcar network will take five years post-planning; complete around 2020-2021. [GGW]
Buy a house featured on a stamp. [HuffPost DC]
ABC board will decide on U Street liquor license moratorium today. [WJLA]
Craigslister puts the Capitol up for rent. [Curbed]
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