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In the great spirit of Festivus—-the mock Dec. 23 holiday made famous on Seinfeld—-Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky aired his long list of grievances on Twitter this morning.

He touched on the shoddy appearance of bipartisanship in the Senate, and took a seemingly more counterintuitive jab at Hill fashion.

Paul also had a bone to pick with local D.C. bureaucracy: He can never remember when to move his car for street cleaning.

So in the spirit of holiday giving and great service journalism, City Desk contacted the D.C. Department of Public Works, which said residential street cleaning only occurs between March 1 and Oct. 31. Commercial street cleaning happens on a nightly basis on some streets between 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. If Sen. Paul is having trouble with a particular street, he can call DPS and they will give him the cleaning schedule specifics for that street.

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