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    NBC4 i-TEAM 11/7/17: D.C. Councilman Proposes Relief for Cemeteries Buried in Skyrocketing Water Bills

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    Washington Post 11/5/17: End D.C.'s 'rain tax' on the poor and the dead

    By Sean Kennedy

    Tucked into a corner of the District between RFK Stadium, Pennsylvania Avenue and the Anacostia River, Congressional Cemetery is an underappreciated gem that houses the remains of members of Congress, society dilettantes and legendary (and notorious) figures throughout American history, including J. Edgar Hoover and John Philip Sousa.  READ MORE>> 

    NBC4 i-TEAM 11/4/17: Homeowners Call System to Fight Skyrocketing Water Bills Unfair; Brookings Report Predicted Customer Strain Years Ago

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    NBC4 i-team 11/2/17: DC Water Board Vows to Discuss Rising Fees

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    nbc4 i-team 10/27/17: DC Water to Assess Fairness of Skyrocketing Fees After News4 I-Team Investigation of Surging Bills

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    DC Water says it will assess the fairness of skyrocketing fees after a News4 I-Team investigation revealed bills that have jumped by thousands of dollars and customers who are unable to pay READ MORE>>
    NBC4 i-team 10/25/17: Historic D.C. Cemeteries in Jeopardy of Closing Due to Growing Water Bills

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    nbc4 i-team 10/23/17: Skyrocketing DC Water Bills Leave Some Customers Unable to Pay

    By Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

    Brookings Institute Report 5/23/12: Cleaner Rivers for the National Capital Region: Sharing the Cost

    By Carol O'Cleireacain

    Editors Note: : In “Cleaner Rivers for the National Capital Region: Sharing the Cost,” Carol O’Cleireacain discusses the various economic and environmental challenges of the Clean Rivers Project , and explores fair and sustainable options in how D.C. Water can improve the project’s financing model while continuing to address the failings of the current combined sewer system, which carries harmful storm water and sewage into the region’s rivers. READ MORE>>

     

     

     

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