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Library group sues D.C. Zoning Commission over $30m West End deal

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A library advocacy group argued before the D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday that the city wasted public land in downtown Washington, officially valued at $30 million, by giving it to a private developer in exchange for the reconstruction of a fire station and a library. As part of the deal, the District gave real estate firm Eastbanc plots of government-owned land that contain the West End...

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