Saturday, November 08, 2008

HAMILTON GRANGE: Public Input Sought on the Use of Convent Avenue Site

The following announcement was made by NPS via Darren Bock:

The National Park Service (NPS) develops a General Management
Plan/Environmental Impact Statement (GMP/EIS) that serves as a projected
long-term framework for the management and use of an NPS site. The GMP/EIS
for Hamilton Grange was published in 1995. The final plan called for the
relocation of the Grange from Convent Avenue to St. Nicholas Park and for
NPS to “restore the Grange, to the greatest degree possible, to its
appearance during Hamilton’s residency (1802-04).” This past June, NPS
moved the Grange and is in the process of restoring the home so visitors
can fully appreciate the historical context and significance of Hamilton’s

The Hamilton Grange GMP/EIS also specified action for the redevelopment of
the Convent Avenue property once the home was moved. The plan called for
turning the existing site into a new structure for public and NPS uses.
However, this provision of the 1995 GMP/EIS is no longer feasible and will
be amended.

Amending the GMP/EIS will involve consultation with the public, both to
generate ideas and to comment on alternatives. NPS will ask the public to
help identify feasible alternatives for the Convent Avenue site. By the end
of this year we hope to begin the public scoping process, and will
communicate via a variety of media on opportunities for the public to

>>Friends of St. Nicholas Park will continue to update members via email and on this blog. Stay tuned for future meeting information<<


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