Whether you’re a frustrated motorist, resident or business owner, you may soon get a chance to sound off about the future of how much, and at what cost, parking is available in the increasingly dense District.
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Comments at a D.C. Department of Transportation “parking summit” last night gave a glimpse into the diverse range of attitudes about parking in the District: Almost everyone wants more readily available, free parking for people like... Read Post
Photo by ep_jhu. On the same day that we found out that the District is owed $300 million in unpaid parking tickets, Councilmember Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) announced this morning that she wants the city to have its own bounty hunters to... Read Post
First, D.C. Council member Mary M. Cheh (D-Ward 3) made it a bit easier for small animals to avoid a death sentence when they wander into a District residents’ homes or back yards. Now, Cheh is asking her council colleagues to make ... Read Post