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8828 Stroelitz {Hollygrove}

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
Meeting Agenda
January 8, 2007
10 a.m., Room 7E07 City Hall

RESULTS:APPROVED This home has had repeat flooding. The owner stated that the day of the hearing was his 50th anniversary oof living in his home. Sad.

8828 Stroelitz St. Owners Johnnie and Patricia Clark have applied to demolish this single-family residence with a new single-family residence of no specific design
(no proposed plan or elevations were included with the application).

8828 Stroelitz

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  • Jennifer Laners

    I purchased the home directly next to this one, 8830 Stroelitz and have rebuilt and returned to my home. I’m ecstatic to find updated information about this home as I had no clue what was going on with it or it’s owners. I just wanted to ask if it were possible that I could be notified of any other updates about homes in this area as I only purchased my home 2 months before Hurricane Katrina and had not had a chance to get to know many of my new neighbors or contact information. I’m really anxious to see the area rebuilt as there are currently only 3 residents on this block. Thank you.

  • The owner s of this property were at the hearing on Monday. They intend to rebuild as they have lived there for 50 years.
    We are constanly publishing homes as the information becomes avaliable from both the City and FEMA