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Also, it's just a dumb idea for a ten times a year use.

Anacostia doesn't need to attract people like this is South Dakota or something. People already live there, and more are coming all the time. It needs to continue to develop the resources it already has (you make a good point about the waterfront in that regard). A quality neighborhood brings in new residents, a barely used behemoth of a stadium doesn't.

It's a neighborhood, not a spectacle.

by Tim Krepp on Jan 23, 2013 2:38 pm • linkreport

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