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The D.C. Housing Authority Doesn't Take Kindly To Liars; More

[Photo via the DC Housing Authority]

PARK VIEW — Who knew the D.C. Housing Authority checked blog posts so vigilantly? A few days ago, someone sent PoPville an email decrying the horrendous conditions and violations at Park Morton. The neighborhood blog regularly receives and re-posts D.C. residents' complaints and editorial-style emails regarding everything from opinions on pop-up houses to heads' up about destruction of property. Yet, the Housing Authority jumped on the complaints aired in this post immediately and released the following statement today: "During the inspection, it was determined that the online post was submitted by an adult dependent of a Park Morton resident. That dependent admitted to causing the destruction of property and making a false report to a neighborhood website." PoPville has since deleted the post.

TV EYE — Any interest in showing off the latest gadgets and gizmos in your modern home to television viewers? The DIY Network is casting in the area over the summer for their show I Want That. So, if you're between the ages of 20-40 and the idea of 10 hours in front of the camera on a volunteer basis appeals to you, shoot them an email.