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If it means getting rid of a nasty place like Yums, and getting in new residents/tax payers, I am all for the city pushing around dumpy places like Yums* if it means progress.

*Not that I subscribe to the conspiracy theory at all. The city is vastly different now compared to 1995. For example, residents accepted three month lead times on 311 calls/didn't call at all, and that would be completely unacceptable now.

I think the DC government is vastly more responsive now, and I would venture a guess they have quite a bit more health inspectors/trash collectors/street sweeping crews etc etc now than they did in 1995.

by Kyle-W on Dec 10, 2012 4:44 pm • linkreport

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