CSG In The News

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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CSG in the News: “Program Helps DC Homeowners Provide Low-Cost Housing — and Build Wealth”

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by JARED BREY, Next City, FEBRUARY 18, 2020 ...With the ADU D.C. program announced last August, UPO [United Planning Organization] is trying to find ways to make ADUs cheaper and easier to build for moderate-income homeowners like [homeowner Lawrence] Foster. The program is starting as a small pilot: just two
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