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Black Bookstore Opens in Southeast DC ‘Book Desert’

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The Consequences Of Cleaning Up The Anacostia River

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Series of Esri story maps highlight the transformation of Anacostia River in the last 2 centuries and its impact

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Esri story maps are not only strikingly beautiful but they also immerse into the flow of the story in an effortless manner, while simultaneously delighting the reader with interactive details, trivia, eye-catching graphics and splendid visuals. Be it geopolitics, wildlife, heritage, culture, environment or simply any story that would resonate with the readers, Esri story maps have covered all of these myriad themes.

Recently, Esri collaborated with photographer Krista Schlyer and International League of Conservation Photographers to create a wonderful story map series on Anacostia River. Anacostia is also a neighborhood in Washington DC and the river has a historical significance.

The series is titled ‘Rivers of Resilience’.

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D.C. Court of Appeals deals a setback to Barry Farm redevelopment

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The D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday vacated an order issued by the District’s Zoning Commission that approved the redevelopment of Barry Farm, a key public housing complex near the Anacostia Metro station.

The decision hands a victory to citizens who oppose the project and throws a roadblock into plans by the city to transform the Southeast D.C. enclave into a mixed-income community with rentals and townhomes.

In an opinion issued Thursday, Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby vacated the D.C. Zoning Commission 2014 order that approved a first-stage Planned Unit Development for the Barry Farm project and remanded the case back to the commission for further proceedings.

“We conclude that the Commission did not fully address all contested issues as required by the zoning and redevelopment regulatory scheme,” the order read. “We vacate the Commission’s order and remand this case for further proceedings as discussed in this decision.”

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