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    Mayor Gray Speaks at BID Council Luncheon

    Mayor Gray and Downtown DC BID Director Rich BradleyMayor Vincent Gray spoke at the third annual BID Council Luncheon last Friday at the Renaissance Hotel.  He recognized the work of the BIDs and discussed the priorities for his administration, including DC statehood, fiscal stability, education and economic development. 

    At the meeting, the BID Council distributed a list of the major BID Accomplishments of 2011 and showed a presentation about what BIDs do. 

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