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Dear PoPville – Who Painted the “Look Both Ways” on the Sidewalks of 11th Street?

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11th and Lamont St, NW

“Dear PoPville,

Does anyone know who has been painting the “Look both ways” on the sidewalk. It doesn’t help make the neighborhood feel any nicer and makes it look trashier. Individuals taking things into their own hands is not the answer and this could have been done in a more professional way.

There are 14 places that were painted between 11th and Irving and 11th and Park.”

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