Big-city parking stinks. But does it have to stink quite so much? The D.C. Council took up a number of parking proposals today aimed at freeing up spaces, Tim Craig reports at D.C. Wire: “Participants floated proposals to increase residential parking permit fees, break up residential parking zones into smaller areas, and expand so-called ‘performance parking’ to additional neighborhoods.” This much is clear: Whatever happens, someone will be unhappy about it. More from Examiner, DCist, WJLA-TV.
In other news:
Joe Lieberman to colleagues: “It’s almost as if we continue to act as a colonial power over the District.” (WaTimes)
Labor also concerned about lobbyists’s nomination to D.C. Water board (WAMU-FM)
Yeah, Brian McNamee is not the guy you wanted to build that Roger Clemens case around (Post)
Personally, I like “Where the Wild Flings Are” best (City Desk)