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If that's the case Kolohe then it should be fixable. I realize SE is not the most desirable spot in DC but the land is surely worth tens of thousands of dollars. Do some teardowns if needed and sell the land off for pennies on the dollar. Or donate it to local non-profits in lieu of other operational support. I absolutely don't believe that this is budgetary problem, though I might be convinced that the competence and political will is lacking.

by Alan B. on Feb 15, 2013 10:25 am • linkreport

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