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Morning Links

What happens to D.C.'s closing schools? [Post]

The city issues an RFP for a valuable lot north of U Street. [DCmud]

Redevelopment of Georgetown's West Heating Plant hampered by federal rules. [WBJ]

Ward 5 should move beyond opposition and fight for what it needs. [GGW]

Renderings of an eight-story condo building atop a three-story warehouse in Mt. Vernon Triangle. [DC Metrocentric]

Performance parking begins at H Street NE meters. [Hill Rag]

New screens let you set Metro delays before you pay. Next step: before you descend the escalator. [Examiner]

The Catholic University basketball team used to wear kneepads. [Ghosts of DC]

Today on the market: Rental income in Trinidad

  • er

    i realize the charter school thing is really just a political tool, but it's hard for me to understand how a school closing merits the legal right of first refusal for a charter school. if there is not enough demand for a DCPS, then why the hell should charters get the first dibs?

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