"College Park Mayor and Council Work Session Briefing Paper on Lakeland Urban Renewal Project, Weygandt Property - giving history of project, action and rationale #114 page 2 of 1"
Mary Braxton’s hand written notes for statement to the College Park City Council.
Urban Renewal Plan for the Lakeland Urban Renewal Area City of College Park, Maryland 1970
MD R-44 1961-March 1973
Impact of campus housing on Lakeland project
Letter to Donald McLaughlin from Morris Topf, City reached an agreement to abandon/dismiss the pending condemnation suit and pay legal and other fees City Attorney, Subject College Park Versus Weygandt, 5415 Detroit Avenue
"Letter to Donald P. McLaughlin from Morris Topf, City Attorney Asking for request to continue case. Waiting for Weiner plan and will likely require change to urban renewal plan requiring additional action" Giving status of urban renewal project. "There would appear to be some likelihood that our entire urban renewal plan will have to be changed..."
Jack Callahan, Director Urban Renewal Authority to Ed Finder, Director Community Development. Stating objections to proposed action on Weygandt property in Lakeland. He gives detailed reasons for his stance.
Memorandum Subject Prince George's County Zoning Map Amendments- Applicant, City of College Park Urban Renewal Authority (16 pages)
re: Weygandt Property
Letter from Leonard Smith to City on use of Lakeland School site
Note from back cover of 1978 Urban Renewal Plan. This plan copy was in the papers of Lakelander and PAC member, Mary Braxton
Discussion of his case and request to sell back property for $120, 000.
City of College Park - relocation list since 1973 dated 3/20/81
Housing Requests Former or Present Lakeland Residents (In order of Receipt) Priority III. Families who presently or formally lived in Lakeland and are interested in the assist housing being constructed by Leon N. Weiner Associates and are to be given third consideration for housing. The former Lakeland residents consist of families who either moved from Lakeland before the beginning of the Urban Renewal Project or are children of such families or families who were displaced and have married and started families of their own and want to return to Lakeland.
From Lakeland Civic Association to Mayor Kushner
Memorandum to Donald Byrd from Jack Callahan, containing/referencing an enclosed letter to Morris Topf, concerning the use of properties owned by Weygandt.