Consent Calendar: CFA Meeting — 15 March 2012

CFA 15/MAR/12-a

Location

Reservation 26 - Washington Circle, NW (intersection of Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, K and 23rd, NW)
United States

Owner
National Park Service
Description
Rehabilitation of Washington Circle
Review Type
Concept / Final
Recommendation
No objection to the proposed rehabilitation of the pedestrian walkways and crosswalks in Reservation 26, Washington Circle, as shown in materials received and dated 1 March 2012. NOTE: This project is part of a larger District of Columbia Department of Transportation project to rehabilitate and improve pedestrian safety along New Hampshire Avenue, NW.

CFA 15/MAR/12-b

Location

Reservation 28 - Pennsylvania Avenue and 21st Street, NW
United States

Owner
National Park Service
Description
Rehabilitation of park and installation of safety fence Concept / Final
Recommendation
No objection to the proposed rehabilitation of the landscaping, curbs, benches, and walkways, and the installation of a decorative metal fence for pedestrian safety, as shown in materials received and dated 1 March 2012.

CFA 15/MAR/12-c

Location

Unnamed tributary to Broad Branch, Rock Creek Park South of Broad Branch Road at Linnean Avenue, NW
United States

Owner
D.C. Department of the Environment
Description
"Daylighting" of existing culverted stream
Review Type
Final
Recommendation
No objection to the final plans for the 'daylighting' of an unnamed tributary to Broad Branch on the west side of Rock Creek Park south of Broad Branch Road at Linnean Avenue, NW, as shown in materials received and dated 27 February 2012.

CFA 15/MAR/12-d

Location

1730 R Street, NW
United States

Owner
D.C. Office of Public Education Facilities - Ross Elementary Public School
Property
Ross Elementary School
Description
Building renovation and facade repairs
Review Type
Concept
Recommendation
No objection to the proposed replacement of exterior doors, masonry restoration, and window repairs, as shown in materials received and dated 1 March 2012. No objection to the installation of an entrance canopy at the main doors on the east side of the building provided that the canopy is either a freestanding structure or detailed so that the structural members are sufficient to support the canopy and that there is minimal damage to historic fabric at the attachment points.