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CSG in the News: Prince George's Zoning Rewrite Stalls Over Unique Ethics Rule

CSG in the News: Prince George’s Zoning Rewrite Stalls Over Unique Ethics Rule

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UPDATE 4/12/2021: The revised bill, HB 980, passed both the Maryland House of Delegates and the Senate. Thanks to all those who took action! The final bill was amended (changes we supported) to address concerns and ensure broad support. View final bill here. "First on FOX 5: Prince George’s County
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CSG in the News: Tenleytown Group Files Court Appeal Over 86-Unit Church Redevelopment

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By Jon Banister | Bisnow, Washington, DC | March 18, 2020 A plan to redevelop a church in upper Northwest D.C. and add senior housing has received opposition from a neighborhood group, and it is now taking the project to court.  The Tenleytown Neighbors Association filed an appeal Friday with
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CSG in the News: New transportation dollars will soon flow into Central Virginia. But, what will it be used for?

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By Wyatt Gordon | Greater Greater Washington | March 4, 2020 With the unanimous blessing of the Virginia Senate’s Finance Committee, the creation of a new Central Virginia Transportation Authority is all but a done deal. The projected $170 million the tax hikes are expected to raise will transform the
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CSG in the News: “Could free Metro in D.C. be expanded to Maryland and Virginia?”

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"A 'transformative' plan has transit advocates looking beyond D.C. Council" By Pete Muntean | WUSA9 | March 3, 2020 WASHINGTON — D.C. Council will now decide if it will pay for its residents to ride Metro for free. Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen officially introduced his plan on Tuesday. If
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CSG in the News: "Metro Might Charge Bus Riders More For Paying In Cash. How Will It Affect Low-Income Riders?"

CSG in the News: “Metro Might Charge Bus Riders More For Paying In Cash. How Will It Affect Low-Income Riders?”

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By Margaret Barthel | WAMU | February 25, 2020 Metro will hold three public meetings this week to solicit feedback on its proposed 2021 budget. The agency is suggesting a number of significant service changes, including fare changes, cuts to bus routes, free transfers between bus and rail and the
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