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Masonic Temple Project – Citrizen FOIA Application

Request Under the DC Freedom of Information Act

Requester:
Edward Hanlon
1523 Swann Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
ANC Commissioner 2B09
mailto:Ed.Hanlon.3@gmail.com

The following records of ANC 2B are requested:
Time Period: January 2, 2019 thru April 8, 2019
Category of Records Sought: All emails to or from Daniel Warwick to any person or entity concerning
(1) The proposed construction of an apartment building on the present lot of the Masonic Temple, 1733 16th Street NW, a HPRB hearing
on which is presently scheduled for May 2019; and/or
(2) The landmark application filed by the Dupont East Civic Action Association concerning 1733 16th Street NW, a HPRB hearing on
which is presently scheduled for May 2019; and/or
(3) Any request for a tax abatement by the present owners of the Masonic Temple, located at 1733 16th Street NW.

This request includes all the above described emails located in any email account, no matter how that email account may be titled, whether a personal email
account or an official DC government email account. This request includes all email attachments to any emails described above. This request includes all emails described
above, whether to Daniel Warwick or from Daniel Warwick or forwarded by Daniel Warwick or forwarded to Daniel Warwick, with all attachments to those emails.
Mr. Warwick, though Chair of ANC2B, has refused to voluntarily make any of the above ANC2B records available. On March 20, 2019 Mr. Warwick wrote: “Should
you still desire these items, you may file a request pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act which the Office of ANC and the Office of the Chief Technology
Officer will compile and provide.” Hence, this FOIA request follows in response. However, it should be noted that the Office of the Chief Technology Officer can only
search emails in an official DC government email account; and, thus, such a search alone, as suggested by Mr. Warwick, would be an insufficient response as a matter
of law to this FOIA request. The records requested, no matter what email account they may be found in, are the records of ANC2B.