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If economic renewal refers to the largess of projects happening in other parts of our city, then no, economic renewal will not happen in Anacostia.

If it refers to the continuance of it's n'hood revitalization, then yes. I agree w/Tim but will add that Anacostia is a small n'hood so there is factually only so much that will happen. But that's a separate matter from businesses relocating EOTR..which encompasses...well..everything EOTR.

by HogWash on Jan 23, 2013 2:58 pm • linkreport

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