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Eisenhower Memorial MOA annual update- 2013


The Section 106 consultation process for the proposed Eisenhower Memorial resulted in a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that was executed in March 2012. The document, titled Memorandum of Agreement among the National Park Service, the National Capital Planning Commission, the District of Columbia State Historic Preservation Officer, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the Eisenhower Memorial Commission regarding the Establishment of the Eisenhower Memorial, Washington, DC, listed several stipulations, including a requirement that NPS and EMC provide an annual update on the design of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. This set of materials is the first annual update and the following pages, including design graphics and a matrix of stipulations and status updates, provide a summary of the design refinements that have occurred since the 2012 MOA.

Although the MOA was fully executed in March, 2012, the specific graphics included as part of the MOA appendices were dated December 2011. However, to minimize confusion, these designs are labeled "2012 MOA" graphics in this update. To best illustrate the design refinements that have occurred to the memorial since the 2012 MOA, this update includes three graphics from the 2012 MOA and three current versions of the same graphics, as well as a site plan depicting a 2013 overlay.

The National Park Service and the Eisenhower Memorial Commission anticipate submitting refined designs for the Eisenhower Memorial to the National Capital Planning Commission and the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts for review in the coming months. Further project and design details will be made available at that time.

To view the MOA itself, click on "Document List" and "Eisenhower Memorial Final Section 106 MOA."
 
Document Content:
Eisenhower Memorial MOA update 2013   (20.9 KB, PDF file)
MOA Annual Update Design Refinements   (4.2 MB, PDF file)
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