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$25 million renovation 'defective' at D.C. elementary school

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The $25 million renovation of one of the District's top-performing public elementary schools has left cracked floorboards, leaking ceilings and a gym where all of the insulation work may need to be redone, city officials told The Washington Examiner. Kenneth Diggs, a spokesman for the Department of General Services, said the firm that worked on Janney Elementary has been reprimanded but not...

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