D.C. Council members get their baseball tickets
There will not be a repeat of Ticketgate this spring.
Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's administration delivered the D.C. Council its baseball tickets to Nationals' Park Thursday morning -- nearly a month before the team's first exhibition game on April 3.
The delivery may have set a record. Tickets were usually delivered to council members about a month after the season had begun.
In past, spring could be marked by Fenty's hoarding of the tickets, a rite that irked council members and began to shape Fenty's reputation as stubborn.
See the letter from City Administrator Neil O. Albert.
Washington Post editors
| March 11, 2010; 10:37 AM ET
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