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09/20/94 DISTRICT COLUMBIA PRESERVATION LEAGUE v.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT OF APPEALS


September 20, 1994

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PRESERVATION LEAGUE, PETITIONER
v.
DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS, RESPONDENT, SCOVILLE STREET CORPORATION, INTERVENOR

Original Opinion of August 22, 1994,

Before Ferren and Terry, Associate Judges, and Pryor, Senior Judge.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Per Curiam

On consideration of respondent's petition for rehearing, construed as a motion to amend this court's opinion, it is

ORDERED that the motion is granted. The last two lines on page 14 and the first three lines on page 15 of the slip opinion filed August 22, 1994, are amended to read as follows:

compliance with the covenant. There is absolutely nothing in the Preservation Act giving to the Mayor (or her agent) any authority to place such a restriction on future use of the land -- except perhaps in connection with projects of special merit, a matter that we need not decide here -- and thus we hold that the Mayor (or her agent) cannot do so. See Ramos, supra, 601 A.2d at 1073.

PER CURIAM

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