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<p>D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser (third from right), Ward 4 Democrat, participates in the ribbon-cutting ceremony in August for the Colorado Apartments in Northwest, which reopened this summer after a fire damaged the building four years ago. (Courtesy of the D.C. Housing Authority)</p>

D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser (third from right), Ward 4 Democrat, participates in the ribbon-cutting ceremony in August for the Colorado Apartments in Northwest, which reopened this summer after a fire damaged the building four years ago. (Courtesy of the D.C. Housing Authority)

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Seniors’ Complex Reopens after Massive Fire

Residents displaced four years ago by a fire at a senior living apartment complex in Northwest D.C. have finally been allowed to return home after a $2.6 million rebuilding effort was completed earlier this summer.

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