City of Asheville Submitted: April 22, 2019 | Updated: May 9, 2019

I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

Hi there,

I own a business on Haywood Rd and the building in which we're located is scheduled to be torn down. We'd like to request any public records regarding the historic eligibility of buildings along our corridor, specifically 474 Haywood Rd, the Meadows Drygoods Building. We're continuing to be told that our building isn't eligible for historic preservation, and we would like to see any and all communication regarding our building and this project and specifically want to see any communication with NCDOT, as we're concerned and don't understand why the NCDOT has any say at all about the historic standing of a building.

Editor’s Note: Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

Status: Sent to Government

Activity:

  • May 9, 2019 4:24 pm

    1 week ago

    from: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    to: “Campbell, Sophia S” <sscampbell@ncdot.gov>
    date: May 9, 2019, 4:24 PM
    subject: Re: Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Good Afternoon North Carolina Department of Transportation,

     

    We just wanted to check in and follow up on this request and confirm it had been received and is being processed.

     

    Thank you!
    Sunshine Request


    Status: Follow up
  • April 30, 2019 5:01 pm

    2 weeks ago

    from: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    to: “Campbell, Sophia S” <sscampbell@ncdot.gov>
    date: Apr 30, 2019, 5:01 PM
    subject: Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Good Afternoon North Carolina Department of Transportation,

     

    We’ve received a new request via www.sunshinerequest.com for information that may be available in your office.

     

    Here are the details of the request:

     

    Subject: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Message:
    “Hi there,

     

    I own a business on Haywood Rd and the building in which we’re located is scheduled to be torn down. We’d like to request any public records regarding the historic eligibility of buildings along our corridor, specifically 474 Haywood Rd, the Meadows Drygoods Building. We’re continuing to be told that our building isn’t eligible for historic preservation, and we would like to see any and all communication regarding our building and this project and specifically want to see any communication with NCDOT, as we’re concerned and don’t understand why the NCDOT has any say at all about the historic standing of a building.”

     

    Editor’s Note: The sender filled out timeline section of the request form on our site, and indicated that the timeline for the request should include January 1st, 2015 – April 16th, 2019.

     

    Veracity Claim: Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

     

    Thank you!
    Sunshine Request


    Status: Sent to Government
  • May 1, 2019 2:28 pm

    2 weeks ago

    from: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    to: Terry White <twhite@ashevillenc.gov>
    date: May 1, 2019, 2:28 PM
    subject: Re: [Public Records Request] Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Good afternoon Terry,

     

    Thank you for your response on this request, we’ve reached out to NCDOT and will consider your portion of the request as complete.

     

    Have a great day!
    Sunshine Request


    Status: Completed
  • April 30, 2019 5:01 pm

    2 weeks ago

    from: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    to: “Campbell, Sophia S” <sscampbell@ncdot.gov>
    date: Apr 30, 2019, 5:01 PM
    subject: Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Good Afternoon North Carolina Department of Transportation,

     

    We’ve received a new request via www.sunshinerequest.com for information that may be available in your office.

     

    Here are the details of the request:

     

    Subject: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Message:
    “Hi there,

     

    I own a business on Haywood Rd and the building in which we’re located is scheduled to be torn down. We’d like to request any public records regarding the historic eligibility of buildings along our corridor, specifically 474 Haywood Rd, the Meadows Drygoods Building. We’re continuing to be told that our building isn’t eligible for historic preservation, and we would like to see any and all communication regarding our building and this project and specifically want to see any communication with NCDOT, as we’re concerned and don’t understand why the NCDOT has any say at all about the historic standing of a building.”

     

    Editor’s Note: The sender filled out timeline section of the request form on our site, and indicated that the timeline for the request should include January 1st, 2015 – April 16th, 2019.

     

    Veracity Claim: Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

     

    Thank you!
    Sunshine Request


    Status: Sent to Government
  • April 25, 2019 8:43 am

    3 weeks ago

    from: Terry White <twhite@ashevillenc.gov>
    to: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    date: Apr 25, 2019, 8:43 AM
    subject: Re: [Public Records Request] Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Dear Sunshine Request:
    The project referenced in this request is not a City of Asheville project. Therefore, the City of Asheville is not the custodian of any records responsive to your request. Thant being said, the appropriate record custodian(s) are looking to see if the City has any records that are responsive to your request and if the City does have any such records I will forward them to you.
    This is a NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) project. You can contact the Asheville NCDOT Division, Resident Engineer’s Office by calling 828-251-6171. The Division’s contact information is here.
    The NC Department of Cultural Resources (NCDCR) is the state agency that handles historic properties. The NCDCR State Historic Preservation Office information is here.


    Status: Clarification Provided
  • April 24, 2019 1:31 pm

    3 weeks ago

    from: Sunshine Request <records@sunshinerequest.com>
    to: opengov@ashevillenc.gov
    date: Apr 24, 2019, 1:31 PM
    subject: Records Request: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Good Afternoon City of Asheville,

     

    We’ve received a new request via www.sunshinerequest.com for information that may be available in your office.

     

    Here are the details of the request:

     

    Subject: I-26 Project-Historic Eligibility of Buildings on Haywood Rd

     

    Message:
    “Hi there,

     

    I own a business on Haywood Rd and the building in which we’re located is scheduled to be torn down. We’d like to request any public records regarding the historic eligibility of buildings along our corridor, specifically 474 Haywood Rd, the Meadows Drygoods Building. We’re continuing to be told that our building isn’t eligible for historic preservation, and we would like to see any and all communication regarding our building and this project and specifically want to see any communication with NCDOT, as we’re concerned and don’t understand why the NCDOT has any say at all about the historic standing of a building.”

     

    Editor’s Note: The sender filled out timeline section of the request form on our site, and indicated that the timeline for the
    request should include January 1st, 2015 – April 16th, 2019.

     

    Veracity Claim: Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

     

    Thank you!
    Sunshine Request


    Status: Sent to Government
  • April 22, 2019 5:29 pm

    3 weeks ago

    Submitted to Sunshine Request
    Status: Pending