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Consolidation for Homeland Security, Headaches for Preservationists
By Eugene L. Meyer
Last edited: Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009



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The federal government is about to undertake what the General Services Administration calls the largest public building project since construction of the Pentagon during World War II: consolidating the Department of Homeland Security on the historic site of a former mental hospital. - NYTimes 4/7/09

WASHINGTON —The federal government is about to undertake what the General Services Administration calls the largest public building project since construction of the Pentagon during World War II: consolidating the Department of Homeland Security on the historic site of a former mental hospital.

">http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/organizations/g/general_services_administration/index.html?inline=nyt-org">General Services Administration calls the largest public building project since construction of the Pentagon during World War II: consolidating the Department of Homeland Security on the historic site of a former mental hospital.

Coming during a deep recession, the $3.4 billion, 4.5-million-square-foot public works project is being hailed as a boon to the local economy. The development, on a hill overlooking the United States Capitol and the Washington Monument, represents the federal government’s first significant presence in the District of Columbia’s blighted neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River.

But the mammoth undertaking has also drawn sharp criticism from preservationists, who say it will be devastating to a certified national historic landmark, the now-shuttered St. Elizabeths Hospital, a pioneering mental institution. Its residents over the years have included the poet and fascist propagandist Ezra Pound after World War II and, more recently, John Hinckley, who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981...

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Reviewed by John Martin
Good Article, interesting and Well written, I have suggestion that would save the tax payers a fortune. How about we move Congress and the Executive Branch to the Mental Institution and use the Capitol Building and The White House to house Home Land Security instead.
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