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The federal government, which owns nearly 20 percent of D.C., refuses to pay a new fee to clean up stormwater runoff, one that came about in response to unfunded EPA mandates.
Tags: Mark Segraves , Environmental Protection Agency , Water and Sewer Authority , National Association of Clean Water Agencies , Nathan Gardner-Andrews , Impervious Area Charge , Treasury Department , water bills , EPA , George Hawkins , Susan Poling , stormwater discharge , stormwater runoff , Potomac River , Anacostia River , Chesapeake Bay
A water main break has closed 21st Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and K Street Monday morning.
Drivers who use Canal Road will find just two of the road's four lanes open near the Whitehurst Freeway and Key Bridge.
The D.C. Water and Sewer Authority says the advisory was lifted around 3 p.m.
With massive snow mounds piling up on District streets, storm drains are blocked and unable to take on the melting brought on by warmer temperatures. That means as piles sink in size, the water could flood roads or find ways into area basements.