Pepco is building a substation next to a school. Residents want to know: Why here?


Source: www.washingtonpost.com

It would provide more electricity to neighborhoods with growing populations. But critics say it’s another example of the city serving new, wealthy residents at the expense of longtime Washingtonians.

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Author washingtonpost.com: By Perry Stein

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