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NARPAC, Inc. welcomes you to its big--and growing--web site about our nation's capital city. The Association intends to build a comprehensive source of information on how the District of Columbia got into its present difficulties; how serious they are; how it is trying to work out of them; its alternatives for the future;amp; and what is needed to get there. NARPAC, Inc. prepares regular editorials for the site and other publications,...

...and offers its views and recommendations in frequent correspondence to major players in DC's future.

NARPAC has established tables of Long Range Solutions to problems in each of the major issue areas, and...

developed candidate target values for performance indicators to illustrate progress in reaching (NARPAC's) goals for our nation's capital.

We have established a HATS OFF Award to recognize persons at the operational level who have made significant contributions to turning DC around, and...

...are currently holding our first Essay Contest for high schoolers in the region who have interests in DC's future.

NARPAC, Inc. has also agreed to provide Speakers on DC Issues to local or regional groups interested in learning more--or arguing more--about DC's future.

We have begun to hang art works on this web site in the hopes of breaking up the crushing boredom of the written word.

A unique listing is also included of all recent headlines in the Washington Post arranged chronologically by date and month since the beginning of 1997 by major subject area. Hence the continuing saga of DC's problems in, say, public schools, or the police department can be seen unfolding day by day.

This page was updated on Oct 5, 1999

LET'S GET WITH IT, AMERICA -- IT'S OUR CAPITAL

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