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Community Meeting to Assess Baseball Parking Plan

The District Department of Transportation will hold a meeting Wednesday to discuss how the Ward 6 parking program did during its first year.The parking program evolved out of the community's concerns that it would be overwhelmed by traffic heading for Nationals Park. While I know there was a lot of legitimate anxiety before the season opened, I heard few complaints during the summer.

The meeting agenda will include:
-- Presentation of the Ward 6 Committee that will assist DDOT in determining how curbside revenue will be allocated.
-- Update on revenue from the green multi-space meters.
-- Update on the Ward 6 Visitor Parking Pass program.
-- Discussion of potential sign improvements or modifications for 2009.
-- Recommendations from the community for 2009.

The Wednesday meeting , from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., will be held at Friendship Baptist Church, 900 Delaware Ave. SW. The church, at the intersection of Delaware Avenue and I Street SW, is about a half mile from the Waterfront Metro station on the Green line.

By Robert Thomson  |  November 18, 2008; 9:04 AM ET
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