Over the next few years, there will be a decision made on what will happen to RFK Stadium in Washington DC. Right now, the Major League Soccer team, DC United, occupies the space, but they are moving to a new stadium in upcoming years, leaving many disputes over what will happen to the 50-plus year old stadium in honor of Robert F. Kennedy. There are two sides to the disputes. On one end, the residents of surrounding areas want to demolish the stadium and turn the space into something more usable for the rest of the community. On the other end, the Mayor and other authority figures are more interested in luring the Washington Redskins back to the stadium. This research focuses on the dynamics between them, the efforts of the residents, and who ultimately has the power in the decision making process.