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Topic - Stephen T. Baron
Two D.C. agency directors have a lot in common. They are married to women who live outside the District and they own homes in Maryland, yet they bunk together in a subterranean bachelor pad in Northeast -- a direct result of a D.C. law that says such officials must reside in the District.
Asked whether Mr. Roogow signed a lease at the pair's pied-a-terre, Mr. Baron replied, "He certainly has."
Mr. Baron said he had rented the apartment for some time, while Mr. Roogow moved in only recently.