Talk:Crestwood (Washington, D.C.)

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I removed the link to the Silver Spring Metro Station page, it wasn't pertenant to this article. - jd4508

The Columbia Heights station is definitely more than a 10 minute walk away. Even from the closest part of the neighborhood. -jd4508

What is this comphrehensive plan referenced? While it may be true I've never seen the names "Carter Baron" or "Rock Creek East" on any map. I live in the 4500 block of Argyle terrace and I have always considered myself a resident of Crestwood. Furthermore, there is no legal definition for neighborhood boundaries. --jd4508 28 May, 2006, 21:48UTC

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