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Hmm, shut down for sanitary violations just BEFORE they are evicted/bulldozed by a big development? This is a pattern that is repeated time and time again. I think we can just assume that the city's health inspectors are under the thrall of big developers, no?

The Yum's reference struck me. That was the first place I ate when I moved to Wallach St. back in 1995. It was gross then (broken screen door by the kitchen with swarm of flies going in and out). It gets shut down NOW for sanitary reasons?

Not defending health code violations, but who likes the idea of DC government pushing around small local businesses at the whim of big money developers?

by boris on Dec 10, 2012 4:23 pm • linkreport

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