All the CFO’s men, at a 2010 budget hearing. (Sarah L. Voisin/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Former residents of Mount Pleasant’s Deauville apartments face uncertainty four years after catastrophic fire (Post)

D.C. Council won’t cooperate with Gray’s desire to address overspending (D.C. Wire)

“When a photo of D.C. Taxicab Commissioner Ron Linton appeared on screen, the crowd went ‘Booo.’” (G’town Dish)

Harry Jaffe does not think $600,000 for a One City Summit is a good use of taxpayer funds (Examiner)

D.C. officials are in New Hampshire Friday for statehood push; more to come from Tim Craig through the day (D.C. Wire)

More on the school facilities study: “[T]here are shelves in the Wilson Building filled with similar volumes that never amounted to much.” (D.C. Schools Insider)

Mental health chief says city will commit to 100 more units of supportive housing (Street Sense)

Walter Reed plan goes to lawmakers (Housing Complex)

Aspiring gun owner Emily Miller meets the D.C. Council on Monday (WaTimes)

Chinese embassy can raze its Connecticut Avenue offices (DCmud)

Neighbors aren’t too upset with Evermay plan, thanks to parking (Housing Complex)

Watch out: potential D.C. Council candidate (Blade)

In which Gabe Klein compares himself to Michelle Rhee (Atlantic Cities)

Medical marijuana: the business seminar (DCist)

Why that Wisconsin Avenue building collapsed on Thanksgiving (Patch)

New traps will keep trash out of the Anacostia (DDOE)

Does a restaurant’s failure spell doom for a Benning Road renaissance? (Housing Complex)

Superior Court judge: not a bad living (Legal Times)