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D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray has set a goal, branded "Sustainable D.C.," of making 100 percent of District waters fishable and swimmable by 2032, yet there is cause to question his willingness to allow DDOE to do its job. The clean rivers initiative is a belated attempt to reverse a decades long trend of stormwater runoff that leads to sewage overflow. (The Washington Times)

D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray has set a goal, branded "Sustainable D.C.," of making 100 percent of District waters fishable and swimmable by 2032, yet there is cause to question his willingness to allow DDOE to do its job. The clean rivers initiative is a belated attempt to reverse a decades long trend of stormwater runoff that leads to sewage overflow. (The Washington Times)

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