January 2014
Washington Informer;1/2/2014, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p6
The article offers Washington D.C. news briefs as of January 2-8, 2014. D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray supported for tougher drug paraphernalia laws in the D.C. The streetcar system, once operational in the D.C. will provide its residents more employment opportunities and an extra transport option. Isiah Leggett, executive of Montgomery County, Maryland honoured the completion of pedestrian safety improvements on Reedie Drive in Wheaton, Maryland.


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