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Reminder: On Monday, Dec. 19, Mayor Williams, members of the City Council, and community members will gather for a rally in support of keeping baseball in the District and revitalizing Southeast Washington with a new ballpark.  The rally will be at Freedom Plaza (across from the Wilson Building, on Pennsylvania Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets) at noon. According to the Washington Times, stadium opponents are trying to organize a counter-rally at the same time and place. UPDATE: See the flyer e-mailed out by the Mayor's office on Sunday, laying out the arguments for approving the lease that would allow the stadium to be built in Near Southeast. UPDATE II: Here's the Post's afternoon piece about the rally.
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