Houseboat community reacts to SW waterfront redevelopment
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Houseboat community reacts to SW waterfront redevelopment

Gangplank Marina is home to a tight-knit community of people who live aboard their boats. During the waterfront redevelopment construction the boats in Gangplank will have to be moved. What remains to be seen is where the community will go and when will they be able to return. (Maria R.M. Howell/The Washington Post)

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