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,

engineers

-- challenging President Bush's insistence on abandoning the program -- a "preliminary design review" that shows the

could be serviced using only robots. Today's

Morning Edition

on NPR on

.

Disembark:

Banker/developer/transportation mogul

tells WBAL that he's

a cruise ship terminal at his

development, blaming the

: "Other cities embrace it. For some reason, it has not been embraced here," Hale told 'BAL. "There was no meeting of the minds at all with the Department of Transportation." Hale going after the MDOT is sort of interesting, because he was one the few local businesspeople to talk negatively about former

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, who was at least semi-pushed out by MDOT administrators.

Shucks, Y'all:

At the

last night,

.

City Sprawl:

Sources tell the

BBJ

that Philly's

is thinking about

on the old

spice plant site at Light and Conway streets, now a

.

Suburban Sprawl:

In other real estate news, Bethesda's Somerset Construction Co. and three other developers

a lot of homes, office, retail on 270-acre site in Hanover near

very soon. To be fair,

had this first, in February.

Blab Away:

Via

The Washington Times

, here's the AP story on Baltimore Police Commissioner Leonard Hamm's plan to go after drug dealers with a

.

Terminal:

From

The Jeffersonian

, future of

, the county's last private airport,

six-month environmental impact study.

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