Things are getting a little weird.
This afternoon, we sent All-News Radio WTOP reporter Dick Uliano off with directions to Massies Corner, where we thought he’d have the best chance of finding a Verizon cell signal so he could file the story he’d apparently been working on today in the town of Washington: the controversy over D.C. developer Jim Abdo’s plans for his adopted home-away-from-home, as told to The Washington Post’s business section June 8.
WTOP already did this interview yesterday with Carol Ross Joynt, Washingtonian’s frequent Little Washington correspondent.
On Monday, Post writer Jonathan O’Connell wrote a follow-up on local reaction to his June 8 story.
And today, Joynt filed this report on washingtonian.com after interviewing Mayor John Sullivan about tomorrow’s community forum sponsored by the Rappahannock News with Abdo, Sullivan, John McCarthy and others.
That forum starts at 5 p.m. at the Theatre in Washington. Neither internet access nor cell phone coverage are required to ask questions, or weigh in with your comments about development in Little Washington and greater Rappahannock.
— Roger Piantadosi