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DeVacay Links: Reaching the summit

Former Mayor Anthony A. Williams at his first citizen summit, in 1999. (Dayna Smith/TWP)

In other news:

The botched “drum major” quote will be fixed (Post)

Arrest made in the murder of transgender woman Deoni JaParker Jones (Crime Scene)

Kwan Kearney, 20, will serve 60 years for murdering an honor student; he denies the crime (Post, Homicide Watch)

How the Zoning Commission is looking at the Georgetown U. campus plan (G’town Metropolitan)

Why did Ted Loza get off so easy? (Loose Lips, Post)

Whistleblower suit filed over police breathalyzer snafus will proceed; officers who filed the suit have been cleared of wrongdoing (Legal Times, Examiner)

The D.C. Government Employee Ethics Pledge (Loose Lips)

What WNEW-FM is offering Washington (Post)

Can art survive in downtown Washington? (Post)

Wal-Mart development on South Dakota Avenue NE should get going later this year (WBJ, Housing Complex)

Some improvements for the city streetcar plan (GGW)

Doctor’s-office chain runs about of D.C. health department (WBJ)

Glover Park eases liquor license moratorium a tad (Housing Complex)

Seriously, keep an eye on your electronic devices (DCist)

Adams Morgan gets oh-so-slightly less tacky (DCist)

Plain Old Pearson’s has been there for a looong time (Ghosts of D.C.)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.


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