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In Ward 8, Groundbreaking Is a Symbol of a Sea Change
To write about economic development in Washington these days is to get weekly, sometimes daily, media alerts announcing groundbreakings, ribbon-cuttings and other small reminders of the city's seemingly unstoppable construction boom.

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