See Tom Knott's article in today's WASHINGTON TIMES: "Problems at RFK Typical of District" The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/sports/knott.htm I quote: "City employees routinely sleep on the job, if not help themselves to the public till, only to be given raises and sparkling evaluations -- a few after they have been found to be dead. A snicker accompanies the news that trash pickup at the stadium has been spotty. Join the city-wide club. Just for fun, call 202/727-1000, the trash hot line number whose operators pretend to be employed in the public service sector. They give a tracking number and a vow to remove the trash one of these decades. The tracking number is as useless as the hot line, which inevitably leads to the alternatives of last resort. Pack the maggot-filled refuse in your vehicle and haul it to the city dump by Catholic University, as one of the operators suggested, presumably with a straight face." The city is a disaster!