Loose Lips

Morning Links

Councilmembers spar with Vince Gray over budget proposal. [Post]

DCRA boss out; old Office of Planning boss is back in. [Housing Complex]

Lawyers in Chinatown bigwig Tony Cheng's case want to know if jurors will judge Gray connection against him; government releases evidence list. [LL]

David Catania pitches himself to LGBT donors. [Post]

Motion picture office officials bemoan "greedy" House of Cards execs. [LL]

In surprising move, Yvette Alexander backs expanding medical marijuana qualifying conditions. [WAMU, DCist]

District will get a Republican mayoral candidate, maybe. [APPost]

Who wins and who loses in the school boundary plans. [Housing Complex]

Remembering when Kennedy Street wasn't just for Jack Evans campaign photo ops. [Housing Complex]

School boundaries phasing-in plan unclear.  [Post]

Doggy daycare takes another shot at 14th Street. [WBJ]

Former Gray campaign manager Chuck Thies notices a disturbing trend. [Twitter]

Post ed board cheers CityCenterDC deal. [Post]

The Silver Line will open on July 4. Maybe! [WTOP]

Letter to the editor: boundary plan hurt parents who improved schools. [Post]

Photo by Darrow Montgomery

Comments

  1. #1

    "I’ll put my values and record against anybody, anytime, any day of the week and twice on Sunday” — touting his efforts to promote same-sex marriage, an indoor smoking ban, medical marijuana and health insurance expansion.
    “All of that,” he continued, “I will gladly put against an empty record. … I am a candidate for mayor. I do intend to succeed." - David Catania

    And the horses are off!!!

  2. #2

    Catania Freight Train has left the station.

    “I’m standing before you as your next mayor,” he told a crowd of 700 gathered at the Washington Hilton for the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund’s national champagne brunch event. “Polls that show me behind were taken after my opponent spent a million dollars and an entire year doing nothing but campaigning, where I hadn’t spent a cent and was doing the people’s business. I can assure you that after I get in this race, these polls will be different.” WAPO

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