Posts Tagged ‘DC Department of public works’

Nuclear Summit Annoys More Drivers Than Previously Thought

The District continues to beef up its credentials as the "parking ticket capital of the nation." Earlier this week, parking enforcement officers were even ticketing cars in designated no-ticketing zones.
This morning, Department of Public Works staffer Kevin Twine sent an email to several Northwest D.C. neighborhood listservs, informing residents of the ticketing snafu:
"To ease the parking burden created by the [...]

DPW to City Paper: Recycling Violation Not Retribution

Nancee Lyons, a spokesperson for the D.C. Department of Public Works, just returned my call in the matter of the $50 fine Washington City Paper received this week for "failure to separate recycling from other solid waste" at 2390 Champlain St. NW, the location of the paper's newsroom.
The timing seemed curious to some at the [...]

DPW Nails City Paper After City Paper Nails DPW

Busted?
Washington City Paper has been slapped with a $50 fine from the D.C. Department of Public Works for "failure to separate recycling from other solid waste" at 2390 Champlain St. NW, the address of the paper's newsroom.
Normally, City Paper wouldn't report on this as news. Except there are several curious things about the citation (view [...]

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