Maryland governor Larry Hogan’s decision on the Purple Line could define his legacy. If he builds it, he’s a center-leaning conservative. If he doesn’t, it’s anti-transit ideologue. (Post)
DC is close to a final soccer stadium deal, but there are parcels of land yet to be acquired from Ackridge, a land management firm. The District may use eminent domain to get the property and move forward. (WAMU)
Residents of Manassas’ Georgetown South neighborhood want to do away with a special parking zone that constricts overnight and guest parking. The district has been around since 1997. (Potomac Local)
A study of city cleanliness that looked at water, trash, sewers, air quality, and traffic ranked Calgary #1 and put Minneapolis at #4. Cities are cleaner when residents engage in upkeep efforts. (The Guardian)
A fraudulent tax assessment offer is circulating among Montgomery County homeowners (WTOP) … Alexandria has a new public playground, built as a memorial. (WTOP) … As our cities grow, we need more from our mayors. (The Guardian)
GGWash is supported by our members, corporate supporters, and foundations.