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D.C. developers are wasting no time in drawing up plans in anticipation of Walter Reed's closure, including retail space and residences, and potentially new charter schools and a health clinic.
Activism about cleaning up the environment since the first Earth Day has diminished, says one noted bay expert.
Tags: Chesapeake Bay , Chesapeake Bay Foundation , Chesapeake Bay Program , Clean Water Act , Kent Mountford , Earth Day , Environmental Protection Agency , EPA , Tom Horton , Pollution , population growth , urbanization ,
Major retail and mixed-use developments alter traffic patterns and often jam commuters passing through the area. Fairfax County leaders are looking now examining ways to alleviate the traffic problems these developments cause.
Raytheon and Cisco are joining up to expand the Wounded Warrior Project. The programs they are sponsoring make it easier for wounded servicemen and women to re-enter the workplace with the skills they need to become cybersecurity professionals.
Maryland and Metro are looking for dramatic changes around the New Carrollton Metro. They want a developer to build homes, offices and shops there.
Tags: Metro , New Carrollton , walkable community , Martin O'Malley , WMATA , Sprawl & Crawl , Sprawl and Crawl , housing , Purple Line , Orange Line , Amtrak , MARC , Colleen Kelleher , Neal Augenstein
Smart growth, which the county commissioners favor, calls for housing units to be clustered. And that conflicts with state regulations that guide Middletown's water use.