The changes approved by the board of education marked the culmination of a heated battle that drew national attention. Nearly all of the board’s votes — on a lengthy series of boundary revisions — were split.
The November poll of D.C. residents finds that nearly 6 in 10 support the Redskins building a new stadium at the RFK site, but Washingtonians aren’t nearly as supportive when it comes to providing funding or land.
Cracks in concrete panels at five of the six stations have been sealed with a fix that will last about a decade, board members were told. But once the Silver Line is turned over to Metro to operate, resealing the panels will become the transit authority’s responsibility.