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December 4 HCDRC

Housing Conservation District Review Committee Meeting Agenda December 4,
2006 10 a.m., Room 7E07 City Hall

NEW BUSINESS

Carrollton
8223 Nelson St. Owner Donald Ensenat has applied to demolish this Arts and
Crafts single family residence to be replaced with a “1940s style house”
from the Louisiana pattern book (no specific proposed plan was included with
the application).

9301 Palmetto St. Owner Wendy Nunez has applied to demolish this updated
camelback single family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Central City
2814-16 Third St. Owner Morrell Venable has applied to demolish this
bracketed shotgun double residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Gentilly Woods
2627-29 Bruxelles St. Owner McDonald’s Corporation USA has applied to
demolish this raised-basement Arts and Crafts shotgun double residence to
expand the parking lot for its existing restaurant at 1918 N. Broad Street.

Lower Ninth Ward
1938 Alabo St. Owner Anthony Gould has applied to demolish this ranch house
and intends to sell the vacant lot.

1728 Gordon St. Owner Stephanie Harrell has applied to demolish this
shotgun double residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

3129 Laussat Place Owner Miracle Faith Healing and Deliverance Temple has
applied to demolish this church to be replaced with a new sanctuary building
built using Bush-Clinton funds awarded to faith-based programs and designed
by Arriaga & Arriaga for Arch-Dynamica.

Mid-City
3726 Bienville St. Owner John Di Pietro has applied to demolish this Greek
Revival shotgun single residence to be replaced with a new 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home of no specific design (no proposed plan or elevations were included
with the application).

Other
2419 N. Dorgenois St. Owners Audrey, Elena & Isaac Gibbs have applied to
demolish this Neo Classical Revival shotgun double residence to be replaced
with “the same type” of house (no proposed plan or elevations were included
with the application).

3516-18 Third St. Owner Ken Robinson has applied to demolish this
contemporary cinder block residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

OLD BUSINESS

Lower Ninth Ward
2330 Caffin Ave. Owner Mary Edwards has applied to demolish this
contemporary camelback single family residence to be replaced with a vacant
lot.

Mid-City
1722 Cleveland Ave. Owner Lisa Clark has applied to demolish this high
style Victorian bracketed shotgun single residence to be replaced with a
vacant lot.

128 S. Prieur St. Owner Lisa Clark has applied to demolish this two story
wood frame single family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Uptown/Jefferson City
5323 Pitt St. De La Salle High School has applied to demolish Peck Hall,
formerly known as Gilbert Academy, to be replaced with a vacant lot.
The
building dates to 1911 and is the ole remaining building from Gilbert
Academy’s New Orleans campus.

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Karen Gadbois co-founded The Lens. She now covers New Orleans government issues and writes about land use for Squandered Heritage. For her work with television reporter Lee Zurik exposing widespread misuse of city recovery funds — which led to guilty pleas in federal court — Gadbois won some of the highest honors in journalism, including a Peabody Award, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award and a gold medal from Investigative Reporters and Editors. She can be reached at (504) 606-6013.