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Post not local enough:
The Washington Post ombudsman says the paper doesn't have enough local coverage
. There are a lot of jurisdictions in the region with different issues and needs, but they all deserve detailed coverage, he says.
Fairfax court goes light on speeding, DUI:
At one recent session of Fairfax City court, the Town Attorney recommended very light punishments
for egregious speeders and even for drunk drivers. (FABB)
Efficient transit = expensive housing?:
A new Brookings report finds that most parts of the DC region are well-served by transit
, but the places with the best transit access also have the highest housing costs. (DCist)
Restonians want less Silver Line TOD:
A Reston group says the development planned around the Silver Line will bring too much traffic
. County plans called for mixed-use development, but a task force suggests curtailing commercial growth. (Examiner)
3 townhouses won't be parking:
The Mayor's Agent for Historic Preservation won't allow a Mount Vernon Square church
to demolish 3 rowhouses for surface parking. The church argued they're too expensive to fix; others said it could sell them. (DCmud)
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