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Harriet Tregoning

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Harriet Tregoning Resigns From Office of Planning

Harriet Tregoning Resigns From Office of Planning

UrbanTurf Staff | February 4th 2014 | 3 Comments

Office of Planning Director Harriet Tregoning will resign on February 23rd to take a position with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. ... read »

NCPC: No Major Height Act Changes

NCPC: No Major Height Act Changes

UrbanTurf Staff | November 20th 2013 | 6 Comments

Those hoping to see taller buildings in DC at some point in the next decade will be disappointed by a decision made late Tuesday. ... read »

Height Act Hearing Reveals Opposition To a Taller DC

Height Act Hearing Reveals Opposition To a Taller DC

Shilpi Paul | October 29th 2013 | 23 Comments

A DC Council hearing regarding the Office of Planning's recommendation to alter the Height Act revealed an emphatic wave of opposition from the... read »

Don’t Disturb the Skyline: Public Responds to Height Master Plan

Don’t Disturb the Skyline: Public Responds to Height Master Plan

Shilpi Paul | May 14th 2013 | 1 Comment

On Monday night, officials from the Office of Planning and the National Capitol Planning Commission held their first public meeting on the city's... read »

A Conversation About DC’s Zoning Changes

A Conversation About DC’s Zoning Changes

Shilpi Paul | June 21st 2012 | 5 Comments

In something of a kick-off to the public discussions that will ensue in the coming months regarding DC's proposed zoning changes, Harriet Tregoning,... read »

City Living Discussed at Tommy Wells’ Book Club

City Living Discussed at Tommy Wells’ Book Club

Shilpi Paul | December 6th 2011

Councilmember Tommy Wells and DC's Director of Planning Harriet Tregoning led a book club last night at the Shaw public library where a group... read »

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