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Michelle Rose June 20, 2014 at 05:23 AM
The seminar is Saturday June 28th 1-3p. For more information go to freehomebuyer.eventbrite.com or Read Morecall Michelle Rose at 703-278-2978
Wildermann May 27, 2014 at 09:48 AM
Hope distinguishes himself from the others by actually visiting underserved communities along theRead MoreRi chmond Highway corridor and advocating for metro rail extension of the yellow line as a game changer bringing much needed revitalization and economic opportunity where it is needed most in the 8th district. The other candidates are ignoring the Route 1 / Richmond Highway corridor. True that Mr. Beyer operates a successful business in this corridor and employs many people, but the majority of the businesses on the corridor are poverty based enterprises preying upon the poor and the taxpayer alike. Way too many businesses paying minimum wages to a population that requires more social services supported by taxes. Predatory lending car title loan businesses, dollar stores, fast food drive throughs, pawn stores, thrift stores, no tell motels, and 2 Wal-Marts are what defines this stretch of the corridor from the beltway to Fort Belvoir. This area of the 8th needs some of the love that has been given to the Arlington and Alexandria sections of the congressional district.
Lxs May 16, 2014 at 02:20 PM
As ususal the residents of Old Town only think of themselves. I've been around the country andRead Moreseen food truck enhance the culture of City's. Portand Oregon and Austin Texas come to mind. They have TV shows that show the vibrant and creative results that come from operating food truck business. News flash you no longer live in a quaint city but a vibrant metroploitian area.
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