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“Are we all now just moving cars to avoid being shaken down?”

“Dear PoPville,

I live in Bloomingdale. Since June 1st, the city has been ticketing cars on my block for street sweeping every Wednesday and Thursday. What I have not seen is a street sweep come through.

I’m pretty sure my street hasn’t been cleaned since the night Tom Hanks came down with COVID and the NBA called it quits. Is this happening across all of DC? Are we all now just moving cars to avoid being shaken down by DC? I don’t mind moving my car if they actually plan on cleaning the street.”

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