Here’s what it costs to maintain an empty RFK stadium

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The District of Columbia paid more than $2 million for security and maintenance at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium last fiscal year, a dollar amount that will likely be taken into account as the city and Events D.C. decide what’s next for the aging edifice. Those costs for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30 included $1.24 million in security guard services paid to Allied Barton and $820,718 in maintenance costs — payments to HVAC companies, electricians, plumbers, construction companies, groundskeepers,...

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