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Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post humor columnist Gene Weingarten visited Blue Plains for a tour with George in March. Here is the result. True grit: Gene plays dirty in his attempt to one-up Dave Barry (Washington Post, 04/10/2011) Gene Weingarten visit (Flickr photo set)
This week, the Washington Post covered the release of a Centers for Disease Control report about lead in water and service line replacements from 1998 to 2006. The initial story raised many questions in the minds of DC Water customers, including those whose homes were not affected by the replacement program in question. Many other
The Post’s Jonathan O’Connell covers a split decision by the federal government on impervious area charges. Federal government refuses to pay D.C. stormwater fee (Washington Post, 10/18/2010)
The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold and the Examiner’s Brian Hughes cover improvements in the nation’s waterway. Potomac River now healthier than in ’50s, study shows (Washington Post, 09/07/2010) Potomac River cleanest in decades, scientists say (Washington Examiner, 09/08/2010)