Graham said voters will deliver the ultimate judgment on his alleged ethics breach. (The Washington Post)

The D.C. Council made relatively quick work of their unusual business of rebuking a colleague Monday. After a few nods to the council’s “ethical crisis” and a lengthy soliloquy on due process from Marion Barry, the council voted 11-2 to reprimand Jim Graham (D-Ward 1). Then, after another lengthy soliloquy from Barry and Graham himself mounting a measured but vigorous defense of his record, a second vote went 10-2-1 to end Graham’s eight years of alcohol licensing oversight. (Vincent Orange, the new overseer, voted present.) As it all went down, businessman Warren Williams Jr. — whose 2008 pursuit of a pair of public contracts started events in motion — watched from a front-row seat in the council chamber. Afterward, Graham said voters will render the ultimate judgment: “People know my dedication to constituent services, quality-of-life issues and human services, and all that work I can continue now,” he said. More from Loose LipsWaTimesBladeDCistWJLA-TV, and WTTG-TV.

In other news:

Sequester schadenfreude (Post column)

New, improved version of the Benning Road streetcar barn (DCistGGW)

Why did new auto sales tax tick up drastically in January? (WBJ)

Paul Zukerberg is on the at-large ballot; John Settles is not (PostWRC-TVDCist)

Jonetta Rose Barras goes to bat for losing bidders on hospital contract (Examiner column)

Charter board votes to close all-boys Septima Clark school (WJLA-TV)

The data show that there are fewer bags in the Anacostia post-bag fee (AWS)

Shaw club and restaurant ordered closed after Saturday shooting death (Post)

D.C. Auditor finds weaknesses in Employment Services dating back to 2008 (Examiner)

Can the D.C. government actually make Gray’s sustainability plan work? (GGW)

Put tour bus parking on Buzzard Point? (SWTLQTCHousing Complex)

Or how about on the Southeast Freeway? (GGW)

16th and I redevelopment starts coming together (WBJ)

Sky gondolas from Georgetown to Rosslyn? (G’town Metropolitan)

Man shot to death near Buzzard Point (Crime Scene)

Cyclist badly injured in Monday morning accident near L’Enfant Plaza Metro (Crime Scene)