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Street Closures for Abe Pollin Funeral

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By Rebecca Blatt

Several streets will be closed in Northwest Washington beginning this morning because of funeral services for the late Abe Pollin. Pollin was the long-time owner of the Washington Wizards and a beloved philanthropist.

The services begin at 11:30 at the Washington Hebrew Congregation at 3935 Macomb Street, NW.

Beginning at 10 a.m., Macomb Street will be closed to traffic between Massachusetts Ave. and Idaho Ave. NW. 39th Sreet will be closed to thru traffic between Massachusetts Ave. and Newark St., NW.

There will be parking restrictions on those streets until 2:00 p.m.

There will also be temporary road closures as the funeral procession travels through D.C. and over the Chain Bridge into Virginia.

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