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07/30/2012

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FYI, at about the same day the hotel/restaurant closed, a big yellow crane was positioned at the corner of 30th & M Streets. At the time, I thought it was making an emergency lift of HVAC equipment to the roof of the hotel. These lifts are usually done on weekends which was why I thought, at the time, it must have been an emergency.

Water damage to a buildings electrics or which corroded rebar in the concrete columns would not always be obvious.

Someone told me last evening that Richard has already signed a lease for new space at Washington Harbor.

So sorry about this. It was the best bar in town, with great servers. Glad Angel is near by

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