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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Kathryn Holt
When home inspector Stephen Showalter made his way through a historic home on the Eastern Shore recently, he noticed something a bit quirky.
"Older people tended to mark things," said Ms. Holt, who has encountered the initials of carpenter Asa Donaldson in many an Arlington home.
"They added on here, they added on there," Ms. Holt said. "Now people just tear down and build a McMansion."