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Mayor Gray’s budget cuts more than $20 million from homeless services, which could mean people actually die. Jim Graham called the cuts “inhuman,” while Jack Evans thinks there aren’t enough cuts. Gray’s budget would also eliminate community funds created in exchange for approving the ballpark. (Housing Complex, WAMU) Twitter
In an effort to start revitalizing the station area, a group of Prince George’s citizens want to start a Saturday farmers market at the Naylor Road parking lot. Metro denied the request because it’s against the rules to sell food on WMATA property. (Post, Joe Don Baker) Twitter
The mild weather and high gas prices are playing favorably for Capital Bikeshare, pushing usage up near 5,000 trips per day and garnering a total of 22,000 daily users and 11,000 annual members. (WJLA) Twitter