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"Also I could never understand why DC doesn't better utilize one of it's greatest natural resources. Anacostia as it is affectionately called, happens to sit right on a large body of water. For years this water has been thought to be toxic - and it probably is, but there are MAJOR clean up efforts in place. I think that developing the 'east of the river' side of the Anacostia along the waters edge..."

Correct me if I'm wrong, but DC doesn't own the majority of the riverfront property in the DC, the Feds do. And we all know how wonderful they are to work with.

Another thing: East of the River, the riverfront is largely cut off from the community by DC 295/I 295 south of E. Capitol Street. It doesn't seem, to me, to be much, if any, available land to develop along the river's ege.

by Birdie on Jan 23, 2013 4:20 pm • linkreport

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