Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec March 30, 2015 at 9:10 am 0

Rowhouses on E Street NE

Barracks Row Lesbian Bar Back Open — The 8th Street SE bar Phase 1 reopened after closing for renovations in January. “Everything has been redone. It is crazy amazing,” a bartender there said. [DCist]

Development Plans on E Street SE — Nearly 50 residential units are in the works for 1309-1323 E St. SE, near the Safeway store. The firm Opal LLC said at a community meeting they’re planning three and four-bedroom townhouses. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Capitol Hill Coffee Shop Back Open — Pound the Hill reopened after being shut down by the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue. There was “confusion with D.C. over taxes,” a representative of the Pennsylvania Ave. SE shop said. [Capitol Hill Corner]

D.C. Cases Dismissed After Computer Glitch — The D.C. Office of the Attorney General has dismissed some cases after officials detected a problem in a computer system used by lawyers and police. About 14,000 criminal and juvenile cases are being reviewed. [Washington Times]


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