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I really hope that all who are in favor of this show up at the meeting for their Ward. It's so important that we show our support. The anti-development of any kind folks will show up and have all their usual "not in my neighborhood" comments. With all the public studies conducted on traffic and transportation, I hope that the DDOT exercises some of their authority and push forward on what's best for all of DC and not back off because of a few critics who want no progress.

by dcshaw on Oct 23, 2009 11:46 am • linkreport

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