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Earlier this evening, in his wrapup of D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray‘s televised response to allegation of misconduct, LL asked, among other things: Would Gray provide invoices for work done on his home by a subsidiary of megadeveloper William C. Smith & Co.?

To Gray’s credit, he has [PDF].

The documents include a consolidated invoice issued by WCS Construction, the Smith Co. subsidiary, plus invoices from four subcontractors. The combined invoice was sent on Oct. 30; the first of the subinvoices was sent on July 30, the last on Oct. 28.

What do the documents mean? LL knows little of the contracting realm, so how about a little crowdsourcing? Have a look at the PDF above or image links after the jump, and let LL know if you see any matters that deserve further scrutiny.