Hill, at work near the Progression Place construction site (Amanda Voisard/The Post)

In other news:

Why the budget autonomy deal was a bad one: “there’s a bright line between compromising and selling out” (Post editorial)

Old parking meters are getting recycled, to Anacostia’s chagrin (CHotR)

Gray ponders easing the city debt cap he voted to impose (WBJ)

Harry Jaffe to anti-Wal-Marters: “Get real.” (Examiner)

This year’s Turkey Bowl, brought to you by Safeway (City Desk)

“There is definitely irony in cases where occupiers are allowed to remain in locations from which homeless people are being forced out.” (Post)

DCPS pleads poverty in backing off early teacher retirement promises (D.C. Schools Insider)

What happened at the GU campus plan hearing; zoning commission set to vote Feb. 9 (Patch, The Hoya, Vox Populi)

Willie Wilson backs fellow minister Bill Bennett in Ward 7 race (WRC-TV)

Montgomery County Council members want D.C. streetcar extended to Silver Spring (Examiner)

MPD needs to update its list of gun safety instructors (WaTimes)

Jury doesn’t buy DDOT whistleblower’s claims (D.C. Wire)

George Mason study: The region is facing a massive housing crunch (Post)

You probably don’t want to be injecting liquid silicone into your butt -- in a hotel room, or anywhere else (Examiner)

About 30 protest police response to transgender attacks (Metro Weekly, WAMU-FM)

City ticket-writer busted repeatedly on drug charges (WaTimes)

Another brewery looks to open in D.C. (DCBeer.com)

Gray appoints HPRB members (Housing Complex)

Some ideas for overhauling the campus plan process (GGW)

Someone bought Halcyon House, finally (The Buzz)