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Electronics maker to St. E's:
Computer equipment maker MVM Technologies will move its HQ to St. Elizabeth's. It will employ 2,800 DC residents
in three years. (WBJ)
Demolition by divine neglect:
A church in the Mount Vernon Square area revised its previous plan to demolish 3 Civil War-era row houses for a parking lot. Instead they want to demolish all but the fašades
in order to pave the parking lot. (DCmud)
MetroAccess riders suing over possible TB exposure:
A group of MetroAccess riders is suing Metro and a contractor
that runs the service for possibly exposing riders to tuberculosis. Metro has filed a motion to dismiss the case. (Examiner)
Get searched to hear music, see sculptures:
Getting into the Sculpture Garden for the weekly jazz is now more difficult
, as several entrances are closed and guards are searching bags at the others to keep people from bringing in alcohol so they have to wait in interminable lines at the concession instead. (DCist)
Keeping Md. drivers & cyclists ignorant:
Cyclists in Maryland are already allowed to take the full lane in most circumstances, but state officials are refusing to put up signs
that remind bicyclists and motorists of the existing law. (WABA)
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