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MAY 29 AGENDA

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
Agenda
10 a.m. May 29, 2007
Room 7E07, 7th Floor, City Hall

NEW BUSINESS:

Broadmoor
5517-19 S. Johnson St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition Task Force has applied for owner Joseph Lorber to demolish this
altered Neoclassical Revival residence to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with the application) .

Edgewood Park
2530 Myrtle St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Albert Vosbein III to demolish this altered
bungalow to be replaced with a single-family residence of no specific design
or type (no redevelopment plans submitted with the application) .

Gentilly Woods
3264 Frey Place – Owner Allen Toussaint has applied to demolish this
single-family residence to be replaced with a single-family residence of no
specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted with the
application) .

118 Winthrop Place – Owner Allen Toussaint has applied to demolish this
single-family residence to be replaced with a single-family residence of no
specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted with the
application) .

Lower Ninth Ward
1920A Forstall St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Percy Journee to demolish this
single-family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Mid-City
608 David St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition Task
Force has applied for owner Branko Jursic to demolish this single-family
residence to be replaced with a single-family residence of no specific
design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted with the application) .

New Marigny
1435 Elysian Fields Ave. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition Task Force has applied for owner Lawrence Raymond to demolish
this altered Italianate single shotgun to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with the application) .

2461-63 N. Johnson St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition Task Force has applied for owner Lawrence Raymond to demolish
this NeoClassical Revival double shotgun to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with the application) .

2427 N. Miro St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Sylvia Jacquot to demolish this altered
Arts-and-Crafts style single shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2552-54 N. Miro St. – Owner Tim Charles has applied to demolish this altered
Italianate-style double shotgun to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with the application) .

Tremé
1925-27 Orleans Ave. – Owner Darleen Jacobs has applied to demolish this
Neoclassical Revival double shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Uptown
2525 Delachaise St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Wilfred Francois to demolish this altered
camelback shotgun to be replaced with a single-family residence of no
specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted with the
application) .

Other
6547 Colbert St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Julia Donahue to demolish this
single-family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2420 Congress St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Mathilda Brown to demolish this altered
bungalow to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2005 France St. – Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition Task
Force has applied for owner Ursula Troop to demolish this altered bungalow
to be replaced with a single-family residence of no specific design or type
(no redevelopment plans submitted with the application) .

2330 Gallier St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Perkins Broussard Jr. to demolish this
altered bungalow to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2418 Independence St. – Owner Jerrylean Merridy has applied to demolish this
altered single shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

1932 Industry St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Milton Wiltz Sr. to demolish this
Arts-and-Crafts style single shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2342 Industry St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Mildred Stiaes to demolish this altered
bungalow to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2174 N. Broad St. — Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task Force has applied for owner Lamar Fortuna to demolish this altered
Arts-and-Crafts style double shotgun to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with the application) .

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