The term "zoning" puts many to sleep, but new rules in the District address hot-button issues: adding floors to row-houses, renting out English basements, and parking minimums for new apartment buildings. We consider how the regulations will affect local neighborhoods, and how they compare to nearby jurisdictions.
The District’s Fire Chief and Chief Financial Officer have resigned, and now School Superintendent Ackerman is talking about leaving. It’s “The D.C. Politics Hour with Mark Plotkin,” our weekly review of District
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- Adrienne Washington Columnist, The Washington Times
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