Breakfast links: Still out
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Smart Growth couple to Columbia Heights:
Harriet Tregoning and her husband, SGA head Geoff Anderson, are moving to Columbia Heights
from Adams Morgan. Naturally, they prioritized transit in their search. (Examiner)
Why some golfers fear bike trail:
An Army Navy Country Club member who's suing club management to block the bike trail along their property's edge speaks up
, unconvincingly arguing it's all about legal liability. (TheWashCycle)
Peak of one peak:
The peak of the peak Metrorail fare will go into effect Monday
, but only in the afternoon rush, while Metro tries to get morning and evening to both fit in the limited memory of the faregates. Riders can avoid paying by entering the system before 4:30 or after 6. (Dr. Gridlock)
To th Examiner, it's all Graham's fault, no matter what:
An Examiner editorial lists lots of people who deserve blame
for the Metro crash, but chooses to specifically attack the Board in the headline and name Jim Graham alone for no particular reason other than we know they hate him. (Examiner)
Gray: Too much process or just right?:
Michael Grass profiles Vince Gray
in the City Paper and is fairly suspicious of the amount of process Gray would bring to decisionmaking. On the other hand, he's much more well versed in issues and still moves forward resolutely, only after listening to everyone. (City Paper)
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