AP photo, Lawrence Jackson
From time to time I notice that the Washington Post
editorial page comes around to my considered judgement (on issues such as WMATA and safety, etc.) even if it takes them awhile. Today's editorial, calling for professional and objective development review in Prince George's County, is another example.
I had been critical in various blog entries (and emails to Post
journalists) about their coverage of the issue. I can't claim any of it made any impact, but the editorial, "An invitation to influence peddling in Prince George's
" is nice to see, regardless.
Labels: civic engagement, corruption, electoral politics and influence, land use planning, protest and advocacy, real estate development