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Closing portion of alley in square 189, Washington, D. C.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
|Other titles||To close part of alley in square 189, D.C|
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Closing of public alley in Square Section 2 of D.C. Law provided that the Council of the District of Columbia found the public alley in Squareas shown on the Surveyor’s plat filed under S.O. unnecessary for alley purposes, and ordered it closed, with title to the land to revert as shown on the Surveyor’s plan.
The portion of the alley to be closed, Washington is unimproved and has a land area of approximately 73 7 square feet, is unnecessary for alley purposes.
The proposed closing will not disrupt the public alley system and will not interfere with access to or from any other development in Square (Editor note: D. C. book is part one one of a two part series. You can read part II here.). Alley Life in Washington is one of my favorite books.
Not just because of the story it tells about the history of a hidden part of Washington DC, but because I believe it also suggests a way forward — in terms of compact, more affordable urban living – if DC residents were allowed to. Austin Sloper, a socially prominent widower, a clever man, and a skilled physician, flourishes in New York City in the years ago, Dr.
Sloper had lost his beloved wife, Catherine Harrington Sloper, and a little boy; he is left with his disappointing daughter, Catherine Sloper, who is plain, modest, and sister, Lavinia Penniman, a foolish, romantic widow. The portion of the alley to be closed measures 25 feet wide by feet long and has a land area of approximately square feet, which will revert to owners of Lot According to the applicant, the alley is no longer necessary for transportation or alley purposes.
The submission materials indicate that the portion of the alley to be. Alley dwelling area, Washington, D.C. Contributor Names Rosskam, Edwin,photographer Created / Published Part D.
C. book. Lot (21) Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-And-White Negatives (,) American Memory. PROCEDURE FOR CLOSING STREETS AND ALLEYS UNDER N.C.G.S.
A CITY OF GASTONIA, LEGAL DEPT., P. BOXGASTONIA, NC () 1. Applicant requests closing of street or alley through the City Attorney’s Office by submitting a map of the area requested to be closed (subdivision plat, survey or tax map) and a petition.
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Aerial view of alley houses in the Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington DC, closure of a three-foot portion of the public alley in Squarebounded by L Street N.W., 10th Street N.W., M Street N.W., and 9th Street N.W in Ward 2.
The Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures Act ofeffective Ma (D.C. Law ; D.C. Official Code § 9- et seq.) (“Act”) establishes procedures for.
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(55 FR ), and 29 CFR Partit is hereby proposed to amend 29 CFR Part as set forth below. Signed at Washington, D.C., this 4th day of September Joseph A. As part of the alley closing request, DRI and its development partner Jamestown Properties are offering a $, payment to the Near Southeast/Southwest community fund, a promise that the building will be LEED certified (a vegetated roof is part of the plans), and the 8,sq-ft open space of the plaza to replace the 8,sq-ft of "public space" being lost by the alley closing.
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