infrastructure

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments study examines next 15 years of spending needs.

As regulators dig in, 'Power D.C.' says $6.8B deal is bad for the District.

Third-party suppliers offer greener, more expensive options.

Evidence mounts that old garbage bins aren't getting recycled as promised.

Now residents are complaining that city crews are overzealously plucking their trash bins from streets and alleys.

District and Pepco officials remain upbeat, but still no answers on which neighborhoods can expect relief.

Mayor Vincent C. Gray's power line burial task force is finally out with recommendations: Spend up to $1 billion to bury the 60 most troublesome "feeder" lines.

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton has asked President Obama to include $40 million in next budget for D.C. flooding relief.

Amid the big announcement of a Bloomingdale flood relief plan comes other major news for the $400 million-a-year city's water and sewer utility.

Council set to establish million-dollar fund to reimburse homeowners for damage.

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