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Riggs Park, also known as Lamond Riggs, is a residential neighborhood in "Neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.Ward 4 of Northeast "Washington, D.C.Washington, D.C. Riggs Park is contained between "Eastern Avenue (Washington, D.C .)Eastern Avenue N.E. to the east, Riggs Road N.E. to the south, North Capitol Street N.W. to the west and north as well as to the west and north, there is also a Blair Road Community Garden to the north. Riggs Park is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Queens Chapel, North Michigan Park, and Fort Totten (Washington, D.C.)Fort Totten, located in Ward 5 of "Northeast Washington, D.C."Northeast northwestern Washington D.C. Alongside the neighborhoods mentioned above, Riggs Park also borders the neighborhood of Chillum which is situated inside Prince George's County, Maryland. It is also home to the WMATA Red Line trains travel through Riggs Park neighborhood while traveling between Takoma as well as the Fort Totten Metro Stations. Along with trains on the WMATA Red Line, the CSX, MARC as well as Amtrak trains also travel through Riggs Park.
Riggs Park neighborhood too. Most of Riggs Park's residents were white and "History of Jews of Washington D.C.Jewish prior to 1960, which was when the majority of them began moving out of the city and settling within the suburban areas. Riggs Park's combination of affordable housing and convenience/proximity to Downtown Washington D.C., attracted many African-American residents to move in. Riggs Park was the home of two synagogues during the 1950s. One was one conservative synagogue called Shaare Tefila Congregation. Shaare Tefila was moved in 1965 to White Oak in 1965. In the year 2011, Shaare Tefila was relocated again to Olney Olney, which is in which many of the younger members live.During the peak popularity of Olney's Jewish population, Riggs Park was known as the "Little Tel Aviv" of Washington, D.C., and housed many young Jewish couples as well as their families. The year 2001 was the time Chevron advised residents at Riggs Park that gasoline had spewed out just over to the Maryland state line twelve years earlier and that the oil was leaking into the houses of 169 residents and an elementary school and the church. Residents filed a complaint with the United States District Court. Chevron claimed it was in compliance to the law by informing that the State of Maryland about the leak shortly after its discovery. It also said it was removing the gas from the ground and then removing the dirt contaminated by it. In 2007 The Environmental Protection Agency announced plans to eliminate gasoline that had leaked and to pay for it by Chevron. In 2009 Chevron announced plans to clean up the District of Columbia released environmental tests, and perchloroethylene and methyl tert-butylether were found in groundwater samples. Gasoline was found on soil samples. Chevron resolved a dispute against the District of Columbia Department of the Environment in the year 2011. Chevron accepted to finance the installing of Vapor Mitigation Systems into 43 residences located in Riggs Park.