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Adams Morgan has the Reed-Cooke Overlay. It was put into place in the 80s, and as with the overlay in Cleveland Park, the RCO is restrictive in terms of use and height. I'm sure it was put into place with good intentions but I kind of wonder about its relevance in the present day. I'd like to think that the DC Council has the authority to change zoning codes or overlays. Are overlays reviewed when the update of the zoning code is being done (as is presently underway)? If not, perhaps they should be.

by anon2012 on Nov 13, 2012 2:28 pm • linkreport

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