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It's not quite the $5 million neighbors wanted, but it's enough to satisfy some of them.
That $109 million benefit to the city? It could be more like $17 million.
The Council thinks the mayor's office is "thumbing the nose at the legislative branch" on the stadium deal.
In 1989, the experts said Buzzard Point would soon be "the Tysons Corner of the 21st century."
"I have to say, I’m a little offended by parts of your testimony," Phil Mendelson told Allen Lew.
Buzzard Point land costs too much, and the Reeves Center doesn't cost enough.
The D.C. Council laid out the terms over which the D.C. United soccer stadium battle will be fought this morning in a packed hearing that kicks off the public debate over the complex proposal to build the stadium at Buzzard Point through a series of land swaps.
The hearing, the Council's first on the stadium deal [...]
At noon on Thursday, American productivity will grind to a halt as the country's soccer fans take to the nearest bar, office TV, or webcast to watch the U.S. soccer team fight to advance out of the group stage of the World Cup.
But for diehard D.C. soccer fans, the drama will begin two and a [...]