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Nationals can now make some plans

...reference to - the rancor that marked months of ballpark-lease negotiations between Major League Baseball and the D.C. Council. Those negotiations delayed the sale of the club, which Major League Baseball bought in 2002, then moved from Montreal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/05/05/bas_80276.shtml
Baseball
D.C. proposes $338 million plan to land Expos

...earning more than $3 million a year would have to pay the fee, at rates that would vary according to company size. The D.C. Council must approve the plan, and Council Chairman Linda Cropp has said she would reinstate the "ballpark fee" only it...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/05/09/bas_372076.shtml
Baseball
Mayor's firestorm

...Augusta was to have our disastrous chief promoted out of here. Now, however, some in D.C. are blaming Young for the D.C. council's hiring of Few. That's a joke - they didn't bother with their own background check that would have revealed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/14/edi_348657.shtml
Editorials
Grand Jury report

...said that the mayor and administrator should bear the brunt of the government's problems. (Mayor Young wrote the D.C. Council on behalf of Few and Oliver publicly praised Few at his resignation). These commissioners renounced the city in order...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/10/met_347821.shtml
Metro
Character, not color

...Attorney's Office. The black leaders who traveled to D.C. last week to testify on Few's behalf in front of the D.C. Council's Judiciary Committee went to considerable lengths to insist that Few's problems are not of his own making, but...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/10/01/edi_297638.shtml
Editorials
Few faces final vote by D.C. council

While some Washington City Council members have expressed concerns about Ronnie Few's connection to a local grand jury investigation, other officials in the nation's capital are confident the Augusta fire chief will come out of the probe unscathed.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/08/met_290753.shtml
Metro
Voter woes

...witness address. He said that's 98 percent of the federal write-in ballots the county received. And a Washington, D.C., Council member said Friday that incorrectly designed ballots may have been sent to voters there. At least one voter received...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/10/25/met_480801.shtml
Metro
Dominicans hope to play for homeland

...D.C., that would clear the way for a new stadium for the Nationals and the long-awaited sale of the team. D.C. Council Chair Linda W. Cropp said Saturday on WRC-TV that a deal had been reached with baseball agreeing to contribute...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/12/04/bas_28927.shtml
Baseball
Grand Jury report

...said that the mayor and administrator should bear the brunt of the government s problems. (Mayor Young wrote the D.C. Council on behalf of Few and Oliver publicly praised Few at his resignation). These commissioners renounced the city in order...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/09/met_347596.shtml
Metro
A Few more troubles

...of Few's, described to the D.C. council an Augusta filled with, "A lot...commissioners and clergy went to the D.C. council to testify that Augusta is a racist...probe, about which Few told the D.C. council: "It's just like a bad relationship...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/31/edi_348654.shtml
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