Church gets the OK to build at Fort Stevens park
The District's Office of Planning voted Tuesday to grant Emory United Methodist Church the variance it sought to construct a five-story addition at the edge of Fort Stevens' national park, according to A House Divided. If you recall, Fort Stevens is the place where President Lincoln observed the Confederate attack on the capital.
Opponents had fought the design addition, saying a new building would detract from the visitor experience at the park.
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