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HCDRC Agenda November 26, Monday

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
November 26 2007
10 AM
Room 7E07 7th Floor City Hall

NEW BUSINESS

4131 Willow St. – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts building to be replaced with a home. No redevelopment plans have been provided.

3927 Camp St. – Demolition of a single family home. No redevelopment plans have been provided for the proposed replacement project.

3240 Law St. Building 1 – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts school building ( Lockett Elementary School ) to be replaced with another school building. The Recovery School District has not provided redevelopment plans.

301 N. Jefferson Davis Pwy. – Request by Victory Real Estate to demolish the former Lindy Boggs Hospital . No redevelopment plan has been provided.

Times Picayune Article

2401 St. Maurice Ave. Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 – Demolition of the slab-on-grade Hardin Elementary School by the Recovery School District. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

5423 N. Roman St. – Demolition of a partially collapsed Arts & Crafts building. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

5300 Law St. Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – Demolition of Lawless High School by the Recovery School District. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

2647 George N. Connor (formerly Havana St.) – Demolition of an Arts and Crafts house to be replaced with a single family home. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

512-14 Leontine St. – Demolition of a modified double shotgun for the future expansion of M. Goldberg’s clothing store business (corner Tchoupitoulas St.). Until future plans are developed, the applicant will fence off 75% of the property and will offer customers parking spaces immediately adjacent to existing parking.

3212-14 Second St. – Demolition of a double shotgun to be replaced with a stick frame duplex. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

1815 Hollygrove St. – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts building to be replaced with a similar structure. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

2612-14 Banks St. (advertised as 2327 Hickory St.) – Demolition of a Neoclassical Revival double camelback shotgun to be replaced with a residence. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

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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.