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* The Post's District Notebook finds out that council member David Catania is "over" the financing deal for the ballpark that he so vociferously opposed: "Catania quickly put a damper on [Kwame] Brown's enthusiasm, saying the stadium still is not worth the more than $611 million of public money. 'I will never think differently,; Catania insisted. 'I'm over it.' "
* WTOP has another stadium-related shocker to add to its Hall of Fame: the car and schedule magnets being given out at the April 10 home game could demagnetize your Metro farecard if they get too close to each other! Don't let this happen to YOU.
* The Post's DC Wire blog posts about the plans for the four-game high school baseball series to be held at Nationals Park on May 31 (first reported by the WashTimes in early February). There will be a fundraiser for the event on May 3, asking for "corporate contributions up to $15,000 and individual contributions up to $3,000."
* My Ballpark and Beyond column in the Post's District Extra this week is about the surprise approval last month of the design for RiverFront on the Anacostia, on the Florida Rock site just south of the ballpark. See my project page for renderings of the plans as well as photos of what the 5.8-acre site currently looks like.
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SG says: (4/3/08 10:47 AM)
Wow, things really do move at a snail's pace through zoning/approval process, don't they? On one hand, it's good because the designs should be well-thought and befitting of a world class city, but on the other hand, it is quite an onerous process for developers and the neighborhood itself. It makes the 22 month completion of the Nats' park all the more miraculous. Also, JD- WTDW the new Douglas Bridge?


JD says: (4/3/08 11:23 AM)
Douglass Bridge? Read on:
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(read the News Items tab for the latest having to do with the South Capitol Street EIS, which includes the new bridge)


BC says: (4/3/08 6:03 PM)
I suppose that I could understand the zoning boards quest for perfection. However, holding this project up for such petty reasons like the western facade looking "too busy" is not serving the public interest. The public would benefit by having phase 1 of this project start TODAY so that the public could enjoy it ASAP.


uniongirl says: (4/7/08 11:39 AM)
I went to a United game this weekend and saw posters up about keeping the United in DC. I thought I'd heard that the new soccer stadium would be built across the river from the new baseball stadium. Have you heard anything about this?

I had a great time at the game on Saturday and would love to go to more of these games in DC. I probably should have done this before now, but I had no idea how much fun these games would be!!

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