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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Victor Hoskins
Grammy winning artist Billy Joel will play at Nationals Park on July 26, the team announced on Thursday in a press conference that featured Mike Rizzo.
When the U.S. Coast Guard opens its new headquarters in Southeast next year, it will house a cafeteria that is "significantly undersized" for the 4,400 people it expects to employ.
Victor Hoskins, deputy mayor for economic development, joined a long line of D.C. officials who said they intend to clean up decades-old agreements that allow developers to sit indefinitely on tax-exempt and other below-market city property.
Rochelle Webb has had a week to "get over the shock" of the abrupt end of her city job on April 1 — a parable of sorts on how an outsider was swept into the gears of local influence and the roulette known as the excepted service, a system of political hires who serve at the will of the executive.
After The Times reported on land banking by Mr. Wilmot and the Bennett Group at the proposed Wal-Mart site on New Jersey Avenue, Deputy Mayor Victor Hoskins, in charge of economic development, said the days of sitting on undeveloped city property for years are over.
"We want to bring them down here and have them test this market," Mr. Hoskins told council members weeks ago at a breakfast meeting with Mr. Gray. "We can do innovative things like charge them one buck a month for six months, so that there's no real heavy costs for them on the lease side."