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Gary Lougee

Lacey Act Staff Officer, Quarantine Policy Analysis and Support

APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine

Mr. Lougee has been working for the Quarantine Policy Analysis and Support (QPAS) division of Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) for the past five years as a program analyst. During that time Mr. Lougee has worked on several pest risk and international trade issues, including the Asian Gypsy Moth program and the most recent Lacey Act Amendment. Prior to coming to the USDA, Mr. Lougee spent two years living in southern Mexico teaching and performing volunteer work. Mr. Lougee attended the University of Maryland, acquiring a degree in GIS with a minor in Spanish Translation.

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Lots of potential. I feel like it could be great if it had a little more funding. It is nice for an afternoon walk though. Quiet and peaceful.
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I adore this little Chinese restaurant. Partly it is the food that is quite lovely, partly it is the owner (Mr. Li) who is a treasure. I've never known such a wonderful host. The physical restaurant is not much to look at. It is hidden away just off of Rt. 1 in a little strip mall. However, it is a wonderful local gem that has some of the best Chinese food for the most reasonable prices. Go tonight. Try the hot and sour soup.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Enjoyed this place so much that I went there two days in a row and I don't even live in DC. This restaurant has great atmosphere and even better food! It feels very swanky and posh but the prices are not exorbitant. Give it a shot, you won't be sorry.
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reviewed a week ago
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I always want to like TGI Friday's. They have an interesting menu and a nice atmosphere. However, I almost always find the meal to be slightly lacking in one aspect or another. Either the meal is too dry, too greasy, or too slow. They often skimp on the sauce that draws my eye to the menu item.
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reviewed a week ago
Beautiful. Really this should be the center of any visit to the DC area. Surrounded by museums, monuments and history, the National Mall is a gorgeous refuge in a bustling city.
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