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HOLD THE PHONE! MCI CENTER HELD UP ON JUDGE'S RULING
Published October 12, 1995
Abe Pollin's MCI Center "remained in limbo" yesterday as DC Superior Court Judge Linda Turner Hamilton said she won't decide until tomorrow if next week's groundbreaking can proceed as scheduled, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Hamilton said the city could prepare the site for construction, including moving city employees from buildings on the site, but other steps must be put on hold until she hears on BET President Robert Johnson's argument against the project (Haggerty & Miller, WASHINGTON POST, 10/12).