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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Department Of General Services
Government in drought-afflicted California is trying to lead by example and cut water use by the same 20 percent that residents have been asked to save.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray and other city hall types have nothing but praise for Brian Hanlon.
The director of a newly created city agency with control over the District's 30 million-square-foot real estate portfolio met privately Thursday with politically-connected lawyers, lobbyists and developers in apparent violation of longstanding open government policies proposed by D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray.
A newly formed D.C. agency that consolidates the city's capital projects and maintenance duties under one roof should benefit the District financially, but its team must act quickly to justify the faith of city legislators who stepped "out on a limb" in support of the endeavor, council members said Tuesday.