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Just in case you thought the Fenty administration might play nice with the D.C. Council’s investigation of the $120 million in parks contracts sent to the D.C. Housing Authority, think again.
Interim parks director Ximena Hartsock and her capital projects director had been asked to come to today’s hearing on the matter, but they did not show.
That prompted Ward 5 Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr., chairing the inquiry, to announce at the hearing that he will be issuing subpoenas for the witnesses and related documents.