Dinner links: We can do better editionCouncilmember Mary Cheh agrees. "I am completely for transit-oriented development," said Cheh in the article, adding, "I'm keeping my fingers crossed" that a better plan can emerge.
How about wider sidewalks? Steve Hagenbuch asks this in a letter printed in the Post. U Street's sidewalks are way too narrow. Hagenbuch's solution: take away some on-street parking. In fact, DDOT plans to do this in a small strip on U around Tabaq, where the stairways stick way out into the sidewalk, but not around 17th Street, the area Hagenbuch is talking about.
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