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We moved to Foxhall neighborhood west of Georgetown DC in 1995, a transfer from Mobil R&D in Princeton to Mobil Global Professional Services in Fairfax, VA just across the Potomac river. We bought a home on Foxhall Rd
Bob served four years as President and seven years as the webmaster of Foxhall Community Citizens Association, with personal board portfolios of traffic issues, universities and schools. For three years he wrote a weekly column in the "Georgetown Current" on civic issues: e.g. education, recreation, traffic, crime, campus plans, zoning. After tragic events of 9/11/2001 he did Website designs for non-profits, civic organizations, and small firms. Summer 2002 he was the Logistics manager for Casey Trees inventory of 100,000+ street trees in 10 weeks resulting in an interactive map.
As a Board member of Federation of Citizens Ass'ns and Transportation committee rep. on the Committee of 100, Bob provided detailed peer review of the DC Atlas. He facilitated meetings with senior DC land use attorneys to get their firms' records - better than DC's at that time - into updating records needed to create DC's first electronic zoning map. Pro-bono, as a senior private industry member of DC's GIS community, he advised DCRA on business processes to get all DC's historic land parcel info in electronic form, with one qualified firm doing digitizing, and a separate equally-qualified firm for QA/QC.
Bob used his master-planning, transportation and land
use knowledge as an oil industry facilities engineer to submit detailed
on a major Canal Rd
entrance into Georgetown University; also
on a land transfer with National Park Service for a mayoral residence.
He represented FCCA on
negotiations with three universities, and with
Board of Zoning
Adjustment processes to allow/expand neighborhood private schools: relocated
International School and
plus expanded Georgetown Day,
Lab School and
©2004 - 2015
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