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the guilford association, balt. md The Guilford News G U ILFO RDAS S O C I AT I O N .O R G National Register Designation and Tax Credits T H E N E I G H B O R H O O D ’ S D E S I G N AT I O N A S A N AT I O N A L R E G I S T E R H I S T O R I C D I S T R I C T E N T I T L E S H O M E O W N E R S T O TA X C R E D I T S W H E N U N D E R TA K I N G R E N O VAT I O N S A N D MAINTENANCE OF THEIR GUILFORD HOMES. TO M HO BBS In 2001 Guilford was designated a National Register Historic District. Through the designation Guilford was added to the U.S. National Park Service list of locations determined to be significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering and culture. The listing required review and support both by the Maryland Historical Trust and the National Park Service. The significance of Guilford is recognized because the development of the Roland Park Company is characterized by a comprehensive approach to all aspects of planning and construction, and an unfailingly high standard of quality in architecture and landscape design. The district derives additional significance as an example of a type of suburban development characteristic of the period. Laid out under the direction of Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. the development reflects Olmstedian landscape design principles in its curvilinear streets and respect for existing topography and vegetation. In addition, the houses constructed within the development exemplify a variety of early 20th century revival styles, and exhibit a consistently high degree of quality in See NATIONAL REGISTER, page 6 their design and construction. GREG P E ASE P HOTOG RAP HY Painting and exterior maintenance were performed on this Chancery Road home earlier this year. The work qualified for the Maryland Homeowner Tax Credit Program. FALL 2 0 2 2

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FROM THE PRESIDENT F all is upon us and the holiday season will soon follow. We’ve resumed community events and activities after the long two plus years of limited in-person gatherings. The Neighbor Day (previously Family Day) was a great success bringing long time and new residents together for a fun time and meet and greet amid the summer flowers and glories of Sherwood Gardens. Halloween was celebrated by a costume parade and another movie in Sunken Park. The Guilford Holiday Party, an almost 50 year tradition, returns on December 4. Much thanks go to Kelly Maher and Erika Nolan and the many additional volunteers who have planned and worked to assure these events were fun and renewed our community interactions. More events will follow. I want to briefly bring you current on a number of issues that affect our community and have the focus of the Board of Managers. Many involve interaction with City agencies or adjacent communities or institutions. On the matter of issues, we are continually addressing security, traffic and architectural review as well as park maintenance. Guilford Elementary School. As previously reported, the school has been closed and surplused. The site has twice been offered for proposals by interested parties. The Guilford Deed and Agreement requires that the site be used for educational purposes. None of the respondents to the first offering met threshold requirements. We understand that that is likely true of the respondents to the second offering as well. The City has not been forthcoming concerning the evaluation; nor do we know the schedule for next disposition efforts. The Association has intervened with the help of Councilman Conway to assure maintenance and security of the site. Traffic/Streets Committee. Guilford has had a number of traffic related issues before the City Department of Transportation (DOT) with no response from the department. We have maintained an inventory of sidewalks that need to be replaced. As in the past the list and priorities were provided to the City DOT but no contracts were let to replace Guilford sidewalks this year. Also, BGE and the City Department of Public Works have removed or damaged sidewalks in numerous locations. Repair requests have been reported through 311 and contact has been made directly with officials of BGE and the City. As reported in the summer newsletter, funds have been made available through the state budget for the restoration of the Olmsted designed island at the intersection of Greenway, Northway and Millbrook. The Association is waiting for the City DOT to designate the designer. Funds are included in the 2023 Association budget for landscape design and plantings. Parks and Trees. The Guilford community parks, the Saint Paul Street median and numerous planted islands—all great assets and community defining features—continue to be maintained and cared for at the expected high level. Trees and plants are replaced where there is loss. In Sunken Park new planting has been installed on the slopes where erosion was evident. It is vital that the tree canopy be maintained throughout Guilford. Where trees are lost along the roadways we urge that residents make a 311 request for tree replacement. The requests are also being made and tracked by the Association. There are over 100 Guilford requests pending before the City Forestry Division. Limited City resources delay response. Margaret Alton and I met with the recently appointed City Chief of Forestry to orient him to Guilford and identify priority areas for planting. Trees on private property also are to be highly valued and cared for as an essential asset and replaced where lost. The Association requires that an arborist opinion be submitted to the Architectural Committee before the removal of a mature tree. Loyola’s Cold Spring Lane Triangle Site. As reported in the summer 2019 Guilford newsletter Loyola University updates its campus master plan every 10 years. The communities that are adjacent to the campus collectively meet as the North Baltimore Neighborhood Coalition (NBNC) and renew the agreement that includes the conceptual master plan and identified priority projects. Guilford required that as part of the agreement the communities most impacted by specific projects be consulted for review of design and construction details. In the spring of 2022 Loyola presented a plan for developing the Cold Spring Lane triangle for parking. The initial plan was rejected by the Association’s Architectural Committee because it did not contain the landscape screening and limited entrance/exit points that the Association requested as necessary elements. The plan was revised to make the changes but the detailed landscape/planting plan and development timing have not been provided. The Association will not complete our review and support the necessary approvals until the further details are received and reviewed. Architectural Committee. Approximately 120 applications for exterior change continue to be received annually for review by the Architectural Committee. During the year house listings and sales have been brisk requiring committee review of those properties for covenant compliance in addition to covenant compliance monitoring throughout Guilford. Many covenant questions are addressed and issues resolved by the committee guidance. The committee also continues to urge the use of the State’s historic tax credits when making eligible improvements and restoration of properties. It is a very valuable resource available to Guilford property owners discussed in detail in this issue of the newsletter. Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting of the Guilford Association was held on Wednesday, November 9 at the Second Presbyterian Church. We reviewed and passed the 2023 Association budget, elected 5 new members to the Board of Managers and reviewed the activities of the Association’s committees. Mayor Brandon Scott, Police Commissioner Harrison, and City Council members Odette Ramos and Mark Conway attended as did the owner of Wolf Professional Security, our Guilford Security Patrol contractor. This newsletter issue. In addition to a detailed discussion of available state historic tax credits, there’s a discussion of the Space Telescope Science Institute role in controlling the Webb telescope and the role of several Guilford residents in that mission, the 200th anniversary of Frederick Law Olmsted and the Olmsted’s design for Guilford, the return of peregrines and a fun review of Neighbor Day. Enjoy the read and in your fall walks enjoy the glorious colors of the varieties of trees that we are fortunate to have in Guilford. Tom Hobbs GUILF O R DASSO CI AT I O N. O R G 3

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Guilford Property Sales 30 WHITFIELD RD TRADITIONAL 5 BR 4F B / 1 H B List Price: 1,890,000 Closing Price: 1,850,000 J U LY 12 – N OVE MBE R 2 5, 2 02 2 313 WENDOVER RD 100 WARRENTON RD CA P E C O D 3BR 3FB / 1HB List Price: 649,900 Closing Price: 630,000 List Price: 649,000 Closing Price: 649,000 COLONIA L 3 BR 2F B / 1H B 29 WARRENTON RD COLON IAL 6 BR 3FB / 1HB List Price: 795,000 Closing Price: 795,000 101 E. HIGHFIELD RD CAP E CO D 3BR 2 FB / 2 HB List Price: 795,000 Closing Price: 830,000 3912 JUNIPER RD CO LO NI AL 5 BR 3FB / 1 HB List Price: 495,000 Closing Price: 505,500 Active Properties AS O F NOVE M B E R 25 , 2 0 2 2 List price 15 CHARLCOTE 3,450,000 4101 N. CHARLES ST 1,590,000 3703 N. CHARLES ST 1,588,000 4207 SAINT PAUL ST 1,585,000 45 WARRENTON RD 1,290,000 219 WENDOVER RD 1,100,000 3904 SAINT PAUL ST 1,090,000 3811 SAINT PAUL ST 1,088,000 3915 N. CHARLES ST 1,000,000 4 ST. MARTINS RD* 800,000 3904 JUNIPER RD 780,000 403 SOUTHWAY 686,000 4418 UNDERWOOD ROAD 625,000 406 BRETTON PLACE 409,000 3812 GREENMOUNT AVE 315,000 3810 GREENMOUNT AVE 229,900 3810 GREENWAY GEO RGI AN 5 BR 4FB / 1 HB List Price: 1,145,000 Closing Price: 1,200,000 3807 JUNIPER RD List Price: 679,000 Closing Price: 623,000 COLONIA L 5BR 3 F B / 1H B 3799 JUNIPER RD List Price: 525,000 Closing Price: 525,000 COLONIA L 4 BR 2F B / 1H B 403 BRETTON PL List Price: 399,000 Closing Price: 401,250 TUDOR 5 BR 3FB / 0H B * Under Contract Property sales data is from MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.) and was provided courtesy of Barbara J. Cox, Cummings & Co. Realtors 410-960-8666 (mobile), 410-823-0033 (office) GUILF O R DASSO CI AT I O N. O R G 5

NEIGHBORHOOD GRE G P E ASE P H OTOGRAP H Y While Guilford homeowners have received more than 500,000 in tax credits the past 10 years, The Maryland Historic Trust reports that the program is underutilized here in Guilford. NATIONAL REGISTER, From page 1 The designation of the District is a national and local distinction. In addition, the listing made Guilford property owners eligible to receive Maryland Homeowner Tax Credits when undertaking renovations and maintenance of Guilford homes. The purpose of the state preservation tax incentives is to encourage and assist in the investment in the renovation and maintenance of the historic and architecturally significant properties. Homeowners have the opportunity to earn a state income tax credit equal to 20 percent of qualified rehabilitation expenditures. The credit is capped at 50,000 in a 24-month period and must have a minimum of 5,000 of eligible expenses to qualify. Many Guilford property owners have taken advantage of the state tax benefits that are offered through the program. During the past 10-year period, the state has recognized a total of 2,775,456 in eligible renovation costs by Guilford homeowners and granted 555,091 in tax credits against state tax obligations. Yet many Guilford homeowners have not applied for the tax benefit. Often residents have not understood the program, assumed the application process to be difficult or undertaken work before application and approval. The Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) provides a comprehensive explanation of the program requirements and the application process on their website at the following link: mht.maryland.gov/taxcredits homeowner.shtml. To further assist we are summarizing the program requirements and application process. 6 FA L L 20 22 Eligibility The property must be a single-family, owner-occupied residence The property must be individually listed on the National Register or a contributing resource to a National Register Historic District. (Most Guilford properties meet this criterion; a few structures that were less than 50 years old at the time of designation do not.) The work being undertaken must meet the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. For exterior alterations, the Guilford Architectural Guidelines generally meet these Standards. The proposed work must be reviewed and approved by the MD Historical Trust before the work is commenced. Eligible Work Examples of eligible projects include the following: Roof repair and replacement Chimney repair and lining Window restoration New storm doors/windows Masonry repointing Floor refinishing Structural repairs Plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems Architectural/ Engineering/ Consulting fees Tool/equipment rental Repair of historic outbuildings Plaster repair and restoration

Ineligible Work Examples of ineligible projects include the following: Landscaping Sidewalks, patios, driveways Non-historic outbuildings Appliances New construction Carpeting over historic flooring Curtains, blinds, rugs or other interior décor Tool/equipment purchases Work that is primarily remodeling in nature Pest control, chimney cleaning, drain cleaning, etc. Part 2. This part requires a description of the proposed project, a description of the features original to the structure and the impact the proposed work may have on the features of the structure. Generally, the scope of work to be performed by a contractor can be attached. Parts 1 and 2 can be submitted to the state together and that will generally shorten the review time. Not until both Parts 1 and 2 are approved can work begin. Part 3. This part is submitted to MHT after the work has been completed, confirms that the work was performed consistent with the required Standards and seeks the state’s certification of the completed work and the award of tax credits. The Application/Approval Process The MHT review of proposed projects requires a three-part application submission. The three application forms are found on the MD Historical Trust website accessed through the link provided above. They are downloadable. The State Tax Credits provide a significant resource for assisting in the cost of restoring or maintaining Guilford homes and should be considered whenever a major renovation/ maintenance project is undertaken. Part 1. The application confirms that your house is within a designated National Register Historic District, describes the property and the significance of the District and the individual property. Most of this information is retained by the Association and can be easily accessed. Part 1 does require 4" x 6" photo paper color photographs of the entire property, including the interior and exterior. Maryland Historical Trust Historic Revitalizatio n Tax Credit HOMEOWNER CERT IFICATION APPLICATI PART 3 – REQUEST ON FOR CERTIFICATION OF COMPLETED WORK Instructions: This page 1. must bear the applican t's original signature Property Name and must be dated. Revised 05/07/2021 MHT Project Number (MHT office use only) A copy of this form will be provided to the Comptro ller of the Treasury. Street City 7/2021 Revised 05/0 st torical Tru Zip His Tax Credit vitalization TION Historic Re APPLICA E IFICATION NIFICANC NER CERT N OF SIG only) HOMEOW TIO UA T office use EVAL Number (MH that it is not PART 1 – MHT Project . Please note Maryland rmination fication dete ns. No certi lication. on instructio Part 1 App the applicati erties to complete a rdance with prop form in acco d National Register : Fill out this lly liste Instructions owners of individua for necessary 1. Property Name will MHT Ease designations No that apply: ric district ister histo National Reg l listing l listing) ister individua or individua National Reg ric district ric district justifying histo Local histo mentation g t submit docu idual listin gnation (mus Local indiv or local desi onal Register Pending Nati State Legislative required). request (che rent tact (if diffe Project Con t) from applican State Company City Name ress Email Add ,a of Maryland the State erty owned by scribed prop ture is not the above-de ication and has no t that the struc e owner of to this appl I further attes I am the fee-simpl iously g relative e, correct. been prev n I am takin uant in, or has icable] (1) my knowledg re of the actio incorporated here 10 years purs box as appl the best of to to awa one up is is, ck for er provided that [che isonment imple own on form and Applicant mation I have ral government and property, the fee-s this applicati civil penalties and impr to infor the hed ed Fede attac to t that State or the er of the above-describ of which either is on is subject I hereby attes ivision of the a copy this applicati e own tations in the owner, political subd am not the fee-simpl Date ment from al represen . if I state factu land of en ion Mary writt or (2) a ficat e of as noted in that intentional falsi otated Cod State objection, d 002(b), Ann . I understan §§ 13-703 and 13-1 submitted Signature eral Article, to Tax Gen City Name ress Email Add Street Telephone Zip 4. Street Telephone Zip ation ric Revitaliz Use Only Tax Credit Application- Part 1 for med property the above-na rmined that and has dete the property: of the Histo significance reviewed ribute to the ria. Trust has ion does not cont ric structure" crite Historical local designat ed under local law; "certified histo Register or gnat ar to meet ial National ister or desi ture." pending offic does not appe National Reg historic struc gnation that ture" criteria, listed in the Is a "certified or local desi historic struc individually ister not tified is Reg it "cer t mee because ing National . Appears to ric structure" is a structure pend be reviewed tified histo or fore cannot ric district; Is not a "cer med histo on and there the applicati the above-na mented in uately docu Is not adeq MHT Official The Maryland Maryland Date MHT hed attac comments Historical ature orized Sign Trust Auth no County If yes, date of MHT certificat ion Project start date more than 24 months to complete? yes* no OR date of National Register/local listing Project completion date *If answer is yes, you may only claim expendit ures incurred in a 24 with or within the taxable month period ending year. - - Company Street Zip District County City Zip Telephone State Yes No Email Address Unkn Applicant List all additiona own as an indivi4. dual local desig l owners on next page. nation; date I hereby apply of listing for certificat ion of the rehabilitation ic district; name Part 1 – Evalu knowledge, the informat work described above of distric ation of Signif ion for t provided purpose s is of correct, and that the icance subm the Historic Revitaliz Revitalization Tax Credit completed rehabilita itted? ation Tax Credit. I hereby 2. Project Application Part- 2 certified tion is consistent with Date submitted attest that, to the best Data subdivision of the State, by the Maryland Historica the work described in of my or the Federal governm Part 2 l Trust. I also attest that intensional falsification ent, and that I own, as the structure is not owned of the Maryland Historic Date of certifi my residence, the property of factual cation represen by the State of Maryland Primary/secondar tations in this applicati 13-703 and 13-1002 or the portion of the , a political (if applic on are subject to civil (b), Annotate y residence property, described able) d Code penalties and imprison of Maryland. above. I understand ment for up to 10 years that Mixed-use reside pursuant to Tax General ntial/commercial Name Date of buildi Article §§ ng constructio Owner-occupied n Signature reside ntial co-op unit SSN (or Taxpayer Identifica Start date (estim tion Number) Floor area befor Date ated) e / after rehab ilitation Completion date Street / (estimated) CHECK IF YOU ANTICIPATE sq ft City RECEIVING Zip ANY OF THE FOLLOWING Telephone Insurance claim State ADDITIONAL reimbursement FUNDING FOR Email Address funds THE PROPOSED Other local and/o PROJECT *Estimated qualif r state fundin MHT Official ied rehabilitatio g Use (i.e. Only grants or loans should not includ n expenditure ) s are capped e additional state/ Specify fundin ineligible expen The Maryland Historical at 250, source local funding, Trust has reviewed gthe ses including insurance reimb 000 and Historic Revitalization new constructio ursements or *Estimate Tax Credit Application 3. Project n, site work, – Part 3 for the above-lis d Qualified Reha appliances, etc. Contact (if differ ted "certified historic structure" ent from appli the completed rehabilita bilitation Expenditu and has determined that: tion is consistent with cant) Name the res where applicable, the Secretary of the Interior’s district in which it is located. Standards for Rehabilit rehabilitation.” Question ation and is consiste Effective the date indicated nt with the historic characte s concerning specific below, the rehabilitation Street tax consequences or projects may be inspecte r of the property and, of the “certified historic interpretations d by an authorized represen structure” is hereby designat Comp anythe right reserves tative of the MHT Director of Maryland tax law should be addresse ed a “certified to make inspections d to the Comptroller to determine if the work at any time up to five of the Treasury. Complet Zip project was not undertak meets the Standards years after completion City ed en as for Rehabilitation. The of the rehabilitation and Telephone unapproved further alteration presented by the owner in the applicati MHT Director to revoke certification, on form and supportin s as part of the rehabilita 4. Applican if it is determined that g documentation, or tion project inconsist the rehabilitation t the owner, ent with the Secretar Email Address State y’s Standards for Rehabilit upon obtaining certification, undertook the completed rehabilita I hereby attest ation. tion is not consistent that the inform with the Secretary of program requirements ation I have provid political subdi the and Interior’s Standards vision of the therefore certification ed is, to the best for Rehabilitation, eligibility State or the Fede is denied. or (2) of my knowledge if I am not the requirements, and/or , correct. I furthe does not comply with fee-simple owne ral government and that objection, as [check one box r attest that the r of the noted as applicable] structure is not submitted. I under in a written statement from above-described prope (1) owned by the rty, the fee-si the owner, a stand that intent I am the fee-si State of Maryl mple owner is to Tax Gene copy of which Date mple owner of ional falsifi and, a aware of the ral Article, §§ the above-desc action I am taking 13-703 and 13-10 cation of factual representa either is attached to this Maryland prope application form l Trustribed relativeHistorica tions in this applic 02(b), Annotated rty Name Authoriz to ed this Signatur and incorporate application and e ation is subje Code of Maryl MHT d herein, or has has comments ct attached and. to civil penal been previously no ties and impris onment for up Street Signature to 10 years pursu ant Listed individually Located in a mentation ignation docu ric district. Register (des med histo ion. box) the National the above-na eligible for local designat ck only one ificance of Register or l law and is to the sign ial National contributes ed under loca ing the offic the building lly designat pend that idua ture tion indiv Certifica historic struc ture has been a certified that the struc ture will be Certification that the struc determination Preliminary 3. yes e expenses attribute Instructions: d to new construction, Fill out this form site work, appliances, Historical Trust etc. in accordance Total ineligible funding 's with the applic , including but not limited supplementary certification decision is based MHT Project ation instructions insurance reimbursement to state or local grants Number (MHT material subm .This page must or funds as described in office use only) itted with it (such on the descriptions in this bear the applic the Part 2 (see instructio application form. as architectura ant’s original ns). In the event l plans, drawi signature and 1. Property of any discre Total ngs and speci must Qualifie d be Rehabil dated pancy fications), the itation Name . The between Expend Maryl application form and itures (QRE) -Do not round (thethe applic creditform 20% will be numbers shall take prece taxation andbased on this other amount, which may not exceed dence. 3. Project Contac Street 250,000) t (if different from applican t) Name City Unknown ric District Nature of historic structure? Maryland HistIs the required Trus"Part t 3- Itemized Expense Spreadsheet" included Historic Revitaliz orical with corresponding paid ation Tax Cre invoices/receipts? dit HOMEOWNER yes CERTIFI PART 2 – DES ION Total rehabilitation CRIPTIONCAT LICATION costsRevis (includin OF REHAPP g new construction, ed 05/07 ABILITATIO site work, appliances, /2021 etc.) N Name of Histo le) (if applicab 2. Did the project take plete form is com ict slative Distr Project Data Total ineligibl Yes erty? ment prop City Check all 2. County Zip Street State Legi this be made until Is the property a certified Zip in the National National Regis MHT Easement ric Places or designated histor Maryland Historical Trust Date City Telephone MHT Official property? Register of Histo ter or locally Use Only Email Address The Maryland State Historical Trust rehabilitation has reviewed described herein the Historic Revit : alization Tax Credit Applic ation – Part 2 is consistent for the above with the Secre -named prope tary described and of the Interio rty and has deter a Part 3 Applic r’s Standards mined that the for Rehabilitat ation is subm proposed ion. A final certifi itted and appro is consistent ved. cation can be with the Secre issued only after tary of the Interio rehabilitation the rehabilitatio work is comp n work is comp leted as herein r’s Standards for Rehabilitat leted as herein described and nd.gov ion if the attach a Part 3 Applic 2 / mht.maryla ed conditions is not consistent e, MD 2103 ation are met. nsvill is subm with A final certification itted and appro the Secretary ty Place, Crow therefore certifi of the Interio can be issue ved. Communi cation is denie r’s Standards d only after the Trust / 100 d. for Rehabilitat Historical Maryland ion, eligibility requirements, Is not adequ and/or does ately documented not comply with in the application program requir and therefore ements and cannot be review Date ed. MHT conditions or comments Maryland Histo attached / 100 Community Place / Crownsville, MD 21032 / mht.maryland.gov rical Trust Autho rized Signature Maryland Histor ical Trust / 100 Community Place / Crownsville, MD 21032 / mht.m aryland.gov The three-part Maryland Historic Revitalization Tax Credit application is available for download on the Maryland Historic Trust website. GUILF O R DASSO CI AT I O N. O R G 7

NEIGHBORHOOD 200th Anniversary of Frederick Law Olmsted TO M HO BBS 2022 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted, social reformer, journalist and landscape architect. He is considered to be the father of landscape architecture in America. This year of celebration of Olmsted is an appropriate occasion to reflect on how his design principles molded the plan for Guilford. Parks for all people was one of Olmsted’s guiding principles. Nearly 200 years before the environmental justice movement, Olmsted designed parks as democratic spaces and called for the creation of national scenic reservations—for all Americans. During this bicentennial year there has been much celebration of his designs and legacy of great projects that have preserved and enhanced areas of America’s natural beauty. His projects include: Central Park in New York, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, public parks and parkways in Buffalo, New York, Niagara Falls Reservation, Emerald Necklace in Boston, the main park ground for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, Biltmore Estate, Cherokee Park and parks and parkway system in Louisville, Kentucky, public park systems in many other cities as well as campus plans for Stanford, the University of California, Berkley, Mount Holyoke and others and designs for the U.S. Capitol grounds. Olmsted emphasized design that encourages the full use of the naturally occurring features of a given space; “design that does not call attention to itself; design that works on the unconscious to produce relaxation; and utility or purpose over ornamentation.” Olmsted retired in 1895, but his sons, John Charles and Frederick Jr. both of whom worked with him before his retirement, carried on, and the Olmsted firm was a functioning landscape practice for over 100 years with commissions for about 6,000 landscapes across North America, undertaking projects that followed Frederick Olmsted’s design principles. Frederick Jr. who became the primary spokesperson for the firm emerged on the national scene in 1901, when he assumed what would have been his father’s place on the Park Improvement Commission for the District of Columbia, commonly know as the McMillan Commission. The Commission was charged with interpreting for the twentieth century Pierre Charles L’Enfant’s vision of the nation’s capital. For decades Olmsted steadfastly guarded and promoted the McMillan Plan. He completed many important design projects in the nation's capital: the National Mall, Jefferson Memorial, White House grounds, and Rock Creek Park. In addi

The proposed work must be reviewed and approved by the MD Historical Trust before the work is commenced. Eligible Work Examples of eligible projects include the following: Roof repair and replacement Chimney repair and lining Window restoration New storm doors/windows Masonry repointing Floor refinishing .

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