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from Rebuilding Place in the Urban Place
Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Public meeting: Southwest Ecodistrict,
Thursday February 17th
WANTED: IDEAS FOR FUTURE
L'ENFANT PROMENADE, MARYLAND AVENUE, AND SOUTHWEST PRECINCT
-Southwest Ecodistrict Public Meeting (focused on the area, depicted at left, surrounding the 10th Street and Maryland Avenue corridors in Southwest Washington, DC)
Thursday, February 17, 2011 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
- USDA Headquarters,
Whitten Building Interior Courtyard 1400 Independence Ave. SW
SOUTHWEST ECODISTRICT VIDEO
The National Capital Planning Commission, in coordination with other federal agencies and the District of Columbia, invites you to attend a public meeting on the Southwest Ecodistrict Initiative -- focused on the 10th Street (L'Enfant Promenade) and Maryland Avenue corridors in Southwest Washington. This joint effort aims to advance the vision set forth in the Monumental Core Framework Plan by fostering an inviting, lively, mixed-use community, while accommodating the future needs of the federal and local governments. The initiative also supports President Obama’s Executive Order 13514 that calls on federal agencies to be leaders in environmental, energy, and economic performance.
Join the Conversation. Help shape this important area into a physical showcase of sustainable practices.
Come Prepared to Share Your Input. Project hand-outs will be available on NCPC’s Southwest Ecodistrict website on February 10, 2011.
Labels: land use planning, urban design/placemaking
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