Monday, August 11, 2014

Mayor's Agent for McMillan -- Monday, 10-06-2014

From the DC Office of Planning website:

2501 and 2507 1st Street NW - McMillan Reservoir - 2014 - HPA 14-393  

Public notice is hereby given that the Mayor’s Agent will hold a public hearing on an application
affecting property subject to the Historic Landmark and Historic District Protection Act of 1978. 
Interested parties may appear and testify on behalf of, or in opposition to, the application. The 
hearing has been rescheduled at the request of the applicant and will be held at 1100 4th Street SW, 
Room 4302 (Fourth Floor).
Hearing Date: Monday, October 6, 2014, at 9:30 a.m.
Case Number: H.P.A. 14-393
Address: 2501 (2507) 1
st Street NW
Square/Lot: 3128/800
Applicant: Vision McMillan Partners LLC
Type of Work: Raze
Affected Historic Property: McMillan Park Reservoir
Affected ANC: 5E
The Applicant’s claim is that the issuance of the raze permit is necessary in the public 
interest to allow the construction of a project of special merit.
The hearing will be conducted in accordance with the Rules of Procedure pursuant to the Historic Landmark and Historic District Protection Act (Title 10C DCMR Chapters 4 and 30), which are on file with the D.C. Historic Preservation Office and posted on the Office website under “Regulations.”
Interested persons or parties are invited to participate in and offer testimony at this hearing. Any person wishing to testify in support of or opposition to the application may appear at the hearing and give evidence without filing in advance. However, any affected person who wishes to be recognized as a party to the case is required to file a request with the Mayor’s Agent at least ten working days prior to the hearing. This request shall include the following information: 1) his or her name and address; 2) whether he or she will appear as a proponent or opponent of the application; 3) if he or she will appear through legal counsel, and if so, the name and address of legal counsel; and 4) a written statement setting forth the manner in which he or she may be affected or aggrieved by action upon the application and the grounds upon which he or she supports or opposes the application. Any requests for party status should be sent to the Mayor’s Agent at 1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650, Washington, D.C. 20024. For further information, contact the Historic Preservation Office, at (202) 442-8800.

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