Wednesday, March 15, 2017

counsel for the Friends of McMillan Park has filed a motion with the Zoning Commission regarding the Court of Appeals remand

Andrea Ferster's motion is fairly interesting reading...

From: Barnes, Dianne (SMD 5E09) [mailto:5E09@anc.dc.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 8:51 PM
To: Barnes, Dianne (SMD 5E09) <5e09 anc.dc.gov="">
Subject: FW: ZC Case 13-14 (Remand from the Court of Appeals) - CORRECTED file Importance: High


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 Respectfully Submitted By,
 Dianne Barnes, Commissioner
 Cell: 202-409-7155
 Email:  5E09@anc.dc.gov




From: Andrea Ferster
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 5:11 PM

Subject: ZC Case 13-14 (Remand from the Court of Appeals) - CORRECTED file

The attached motion was filed today with the Zoning Commission.

Andrea Ferster, Counsel for Friends of McMillan Park

Andrea C. Ferster **
Attorney at Law
2121 Ward Court, N.W. 5th Floor
Washington, D.C.  20037
(202) 974-5142 (phone)
(202) 223-9257 (fax)
e-mail: aferster@railstotrails.org
www.andreafersterlaw.com

FOMP Motion to Defer Hearing 2017 03 15 by Scott Roberts on Scribd
     

3 comments:

  1. Confused by this blog's tone abt McMillan, and same for Me. Roberts. City projects foisted on the neighborhood that threaten an extra 25000+ cars a day, stifles emergency access on roads already stuffed with cars, loads more pollution and noise, and destruction of a public landmark IS INTETESTING??? Grow a spine and stake a position please. Like, how about a design competition as called for by the DC Auditor. SaveMcMillan.org/petition

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    1. Go start your own blog and append your name to it if you don't like Scott's work. Scott's done a fine job posting information on both sides of the issue. Thanks Scott for everything you do.

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  2. I'm joining the Leave Scott Alone pack. We live in a neighborhood with some strong disagreements about the McMillan site. Scott Roberts is doing us all a service, no matter what we think, to keep us updated on developments. Thank you, Scott, for your year's of dedication to our community.

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