National Capital Planning Commission


Scoping Meeting: Redevelopment of Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square
November 20, 2013 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Carnegie Library - Theodore Roosevelt Room
801 K Street, NW, Washington DC, 20001
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The National Capital Planning Commission will be preparing an Environmental Assessment to assess and evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with the proposed redevelopment of the Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square. Events DC, on behalf of the District of Columbia, and in partnership with the Spy Museum is proposing to renovate and expand the Carnegie Library building and rehabilitate the public space of Mount Vernon Square. The project proposes to renovate and expand the Carnegie Library building in order to incorporate a new, state of the art Visitor Center for the District of Columbia; provide enhanced quarters for the Historical Society of Washington, DC; provide museum exhibit space to accommodate the relocation of the International Spy Museum to the Carnegie Library; add retail space; and improve the open space and circulation patterns of Mount Vernon Square.

Please join us for a presentation on the project and provide comments regarding the range of environmental issues to be addressed.

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