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Town of Chevy Chase and the Apex Building will end up working together to oppose this "land grab"

I'm not sure the Apex owners would oppose this. I think they will wind up with a far better price via eminent domain than through negotiations, which may also be more politically palatable than going on record as voting for a huge payout to the owners.

Crickey7: but if they oppose it, they can push for a better price through ED.

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