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Would it not be easier to have the NCPC kind of sort of change its mission to reflect their design standards for all federal buildings (whether in Washington or in Wichita) and leave the rest of the zoning standards and decisions to DPZ and the council? That way NCPC can control the actual buildings that are federal in nature while DC can figure out how to make it work with the other needs the city has (like transportation/environmental whatever).

That way NCPC doesn't nitpick and DPZ can actually focus on the whole city which has more than federal buildings to worry about but the entire city.

And the sidewalks do need to be wider in georgetown but that's unrelated.

by drumz on Nov 14, 2012 2:30 pm • linkreport

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