HPA No. 94-003 (In re. Reneau Residence)

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HPA No. 94-003 (In re. Reneau Residence)

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  • HPA Number: 94-003
  • Location of Property: 1312 21st St, NW
  • Date of Decision: January 21, 1994
  • Disposition: Denied

Summary:

Applicant appealed a decision by the Historic Preservation Review Board (Board) regarding a deck on the roof of his townhouse. The Mayor's Agent dismissed the appeal for lack of jurisdiction since Applicant had failed to appeal within the required 10 days of receipt of notice of the Board's decision. Moreover, the Mayor's Agent concluded that Applicant failed to show good cause for why the Mayor's Agent should make an exception to the requirement in this case.

Mayor's Agent - Procedural:

The Mayor's Agent concluded that he lacked jurisdiction to hear Petitioner's untimely appeal of a decision by the Historic Preservation Review Board (Board) regarding a deck on the roof of his townhouse. Applicant had 10 days from receipt of the Board's decision to appeal to the Mayor's Agent, but had failed to do so for 20 months. Moreover, Applicant failed to show good cause why the Mayor's Agent should make an exception to the requirement.

Subsequent History:

See HPA No. 92-104 and 92-369, order of June 1, 1993, and Reneau v. District of Columbia , 676 A.2d 913 (D.C. 1996) for subsequent history.

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Title: HPA No. 94-003 (In re. Reneau Residence)
Author: Government of the District of Columbia. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. Office of Adjudication
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10822/761425
Date Created: 1994


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