Washington, D.C., plans to preserve green space near Metro station

03/19/2014 | Washington City Paper

Washington, D.C., has announced a plan to acquire space owned by the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority in order to preserve green space in the Brookland neighborhood. The space had been in danger of being developed, but residents in the area formed a petition, "Save the Brookland Green." The city plans to trade unused parcels of land to the WMATA in return for the green space.

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