District of Columbia Appropriations, 1965: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, Second Session

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - 1094 pages
 

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Page 866 - Estimated cost Funds available to date Requested In budget Estimated balance needed to complete Site...
Page 160 - The Public Library of the District of Columbia was created by act of Congress as a supplement to the public educational system of the District. Accordingly, the...
Page 184 - I thank you very much for this opportunity to appear before the Committee, and I would be happy, with my Legal Counsel, Mr.
Page 981 - Sawyer, we want to thank you for an excellent statement and for your appearance before our committee at this time.
Page 2 - WILLIAM H. NATCHER, Kentucky DANIEL J. FLOOD, Pennsylvania WINFIELD K. DENTON, Indiana TOM STEED, Oklahoma JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico GEORGE E. SHIPLEY, Illinois JOHN M. SLACK, JR., West Virginia JOHN LESINSKI, Michigan JOHN J.
Page 213 - Is this $28.000 necessary at this time if this building is to be removed sometime in the near future? Estimated balance needed to complete Estimated cost Funds available to date Requested in budget Site Plans and specifications $1.500 $1,500 Furniture and equipment 26,500 26,600 Total 28 000 28 000 Mr.
Page 61 - My name is OS Colclough. I am provost and dean of faculties of the George Washington University, and I am chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Capital Downtown Committee, Inc., also known as Downtown Progress. As a private nonprofit corporation, organized by the business and civic leadership of Washington, we have invested nearly $800,000 in an action plan which will lead to the revitalization of the downtown of the Nation's Capital.
Page 179 - Area of ground floor approximately 9,000 square feet. Excess land will be used for approaches, service facilities, and lawn space. Building to be designed to permit addition of third floor at some future period. Principal entrance to be at sidewalk level. Building to provide for an...
Page 315 - DR. JOSEPH M. CARROLL, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT IN CHARGE OF GENERAL RESEARCH, BUDGET AND LEGISLATION GEORGE ES REYNOLDS, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GRANVILLE W.
Page 181 - ... Columbia Recreation Department; 7,700 square feet of this old building are allocated to the public library and this is very inadequate to serve a community of 18,000 people, as such new branches as Cleveland Park, Anacostia, and Woodridge have demonstrated. We need a new building of approximately...

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