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Definitely put much of the surplus into the rainy day fund. How about using some of the remainder to improve neighborhood public health clinics, to promote preventive care and take the huge pressure off our DC hospital emergency rooms? Housing aid should go to the established DC middle and working class, to help redress the big imbalance in new and renovated housing created over the past decade by the emergence of DC as a destination residence for Gen Y. Cab drivers, teachers and teacher's aides, health care workers, mechanics, plumbers and electricians, retail sales workers and other service industry folks should be targeted. They shouldn't have to commute from 20 miles out every morning and evening to find a decent place to live. Not "birds of passage," but established DC residents and "stakeholders."

by Publius Washingtoniensis on Feb 15, 2013 10:56 am • linkreport

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