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Study Finds Affordable Private Housing in D.C. All But Gone

A new study has concluded that affordable rental housing has all but disappeared from the private market in the nation’s capital.


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D.C. Mayor Gray Proposes $10.7 Billion Budget

Two days after he was defeated in his bid for a second term, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed a $10.7 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year.


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Mayor Gray: Growing Population Making Housing Costs Climb

The growing population in the District is pushing out many long-term residents, making housing in the nation’s capital less affordable, according to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray in his weekly radio address on All News 99.1.


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D.C.’s Public Housing Waitlist to Close

If you’re waiting for public housing in D.C., you’re not alone. About 70,000 names are on the waitlist, and the queue is going to be capped for the first time starting next week.


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D.C.’s $10.1B Budget Includes Police, Fire Vehicles

District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is proposing a $10.1 billion budget that includes new spending on affordable housing, libraries and police and fire department vehicles.