Thursday, July 15, 2004

TENLEYTOWN: Firehouse Plan Approved

The Washington Post reports that long-delayed work is set to begin on the historic 1901 firehouse on Wisconsin Avenue, just south of Tenley Circle. Right now, the structure is just giant pit and a partial shell.

From The Washington Post: Amy McVey, chairman of the 3E Advisory Neighborhood Commission, said the building's designation as historic has hampered efforts to complete the renovations quickly. McVey also said that the renovations are inadequate, and that the building needs to expand to accommodate the area's booming population.

"Work to Begin on Tenleytown Firehouse" [The Washington Post]


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