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Consent Order, Letters, Application & Legislation
Primary Documents Related to the Crum & Forster Threat
Below are copies of the documents related to the threat to Crum & Forster and Atlanta's Preservation Ordinance.
- Submission to the public record at the February 7, 2013 BZA hearing by the APC.
- Amended Consent Order, January 8, 2013
- Argument and material submitted to the BZA by the Atlanta Preservation Center, October 24, 2012
- Ante liteum notice to Mayor Reed and City Council President Mitchell from Attorney Huber on behalf of six City of Atlanta taxpayers of claim for attorney's fees and costs of litigation in connection with a petition to set aside the ultra vires provisions of the Consent Order connected to the Georgia Tech Foundation's suit against the City concerning the Landmark Crum & Forster Building, October 22, 2012
- Atlanta Preservation Center letter to the President and Members of the Atlanta City Council, the Chair and Members of the Board of Zoning Adjustment and the Chair and Members of the Atlanta Urban Design Commission, re: concerns over the Crum & Forster Case, October 22, 2012.
- Letter requesting inquiry into the procedures followed by the City Attorney's Office prior to the issue of the consent order on September 24, 2012 to the Atlanta Urban Design Commission from the Atlanta Preservation Center dated October 18, 2012.
- Consent Order, September 24, 2012
- Letter from the Economic Review Panel to the Atlanta Urban Design Commission dated June 21, 2012.
- Georgia Tech Foundation's Application for Demolition submitted on April 17, 2012. Here is the accompanying sketch.
- Councilperson Hall's proposed legislation introduced on April 16, 2012.