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The Other River
Boating on the Anacostia River The Ripple Effect : An $8 billion development plan promises payoffs far beyond the high-water mark.
 Coming Clean About the Future : With recreation central to plans, pollution curbs can't be swept aside.
 A Vision for the Southwest : New homes, parks, cultural facilities among changes planned.
 Betting Big on Near Southeast : City planners see great promise in a long-neglected neighborhood.
 Popularizing Poplar Point : Plans would make Anacostia's neglected parkland accessible.
Deal Set To Stem Sewage Overflows
Three underground water storage tunnels will be designed to nearly eliminate sewage overflows that pollute the Anacostia and Potomac rivers and Rock Creek at times of heavy rain.

In the News
Planner Picked to Head D.C. Waterfront Project (Post, Nov. 9, 2004)

Raw Sewage, Runoff Cited For Fouling Of Anacostia: Foundation's Report on River Rates It 17 of a Possible 100 (Post, Nov. 2, 2004)

Hope, Fret Along the Anacostia: Residents Cheer Development Plans But Fear Being Pushed Out (Post, July 18, 2004)

The Pollution And Promise of The Anacostia: Group Works to Clean Up River And Extol Its Pastoral Pleasures (Post, July 15, 2004)

Developer Looks to Anacostia: Southeast Waterfront is Next Target for Douglas Jemal (Post, June 5, 2004)

Developer Chosen for Southeast Federal Center (Post, Jan. 30, 2004)

Anacostia River's Dirty Little Secret: Major Water Pollution Begins in Md., Not D.C. (Post, Jan. 29, 2004)

A Building Plan Runs Through It (Post, Jan. 23, 2004)

Neighborhoods Have Big Role In Anacostia Waterfront Plan (Post, Jan. 19, 2004)

New Anacostia Plan Roils Political Waters (Post, Nov. 24, 2003)

Along the Anacostia, a Waterfront Vision Slowly Rises (Post, June 15, 2003)

Time to Change Course: Anacostia Waterfront Holds Big Hopes for City's Future (Post, April 3, 2003)

Anacostia Riverfront Gets $500,000: Federal Funds Earmarked For Redesign of Blighted South Capitol St. Corridor (Post, March 14, 2002)

SE Site Picked for Transportation Dept.: Some D.C. Officials Say $825 Million Deal Will Cut Off Access to Waterfront, Hurt Neighborhood (Post, Feb. 3, 2002)

Lively -- Costly -- Area Envisioned Along Anacostia (Post, Nov. 9, 2001)

Development Agency Buys Waterfront D.C. Property: Officials Hope Project Will Reinvigorate Area (Post, July 2, 2001)

Revival of Port Towns Centers on Park Cleanup (Post, May 31, 2001)

Making a Case For Capital's Other River: Environmental Lawyer's Bid to Clean Anacostia Begins Right on the Water (Post, May 17, 2001)

Anacostia Waterfront Gets a Long Look: Architects, Planners, Engineers Hired to Draft Revitalization (Post, March 22, 2001)

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