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Tim Lemke of the Washington Times takes a look at today's Examiner editorial about the full cost of Nationals Park, which the Examiner says is now reaching $759 million but which may be reached thanks to, Tim says, "a few factual errors and a misleading statement."
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From the Capitol Riverfront BID, word of a Happy Hour on Thursday (Feb. 21) being given by the Velocity Condos folks (so they just might possibly want to give you all the scoop about their offerings). It's at Sonoma (223 Pennsylvania Ave., SE) from 6 to 8 pm. There's also another one scheduled for March 13.

A reminder that the second Nationals Job Fair for part-time and seasonal employement at the ballpark is scheduled for Thursday (Feb. 21) from 10 am to 2 pm at King Greenleaf Recreational Center at 201 N St., SW. Some highlights:
* The positions, most of which are part-time and seasonal, are open to persons ages 18 and older (including senior citizens).
* The Nationals are going to be looking with particular interest at residents of Ward 6 who will not need parking to get to jobs at the stadium.
* Residents who have little work experience but who are "reliable and willing workers" will be considered for positions that they have the skills for.
You can read the original announcement post at Tommy Wells's site for additional details.
More than 2,500 people showed up at the first fair on Feb. 9, according to the Post.
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