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The pictures are from a birds-eye view are basically a lie. They show the school, but in fact from the street the school will be completely blocked -- which is the main objection to building on this site.

Then there is "adjacent residents likely won't feel they are living right next to an industrial facility." This would be risible if it wasn't such an outrageous lie -- with the cars coming and going all day long, this clearly will feel like and industrial facility. So the residents lose a nice yard with a view of a historic school, and gain noisy steetcars -- while across the street there is a 10,000 car parking lot that DC could not figure out how to obtain and use for this building.

This is a disaster.

by goldfish on Nov 6, 2012 10:21 am • linkreport

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