Housing Complex

Morning Links

Vince Gray doesn't want to reimburse flood victims, fearing precedent. [Post]

How the city blew $700,000 on a parking program that never materialized. [Examiner]

City to move $7 million from other projects to fund West End affordable housing. [WBJ]

D.C. looked rather different in the 1840s. [Ghosts of DC]

Ivy City deserves environmental justice. [Post]

JBG gets Fort Totten Walmart permit, will start construction "late this year." [WBJ]

Neighbors want more input on matter-of-right Chevy Chase development. [Ward3DC]

11th Street Bridge park could be done in 2016, feature orchard and canoe launch. [UrbanTurf]

Today on the market: Live small in Columbia Heights for under $200k

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