The Week Ahead…..Hine Project Decision in Court, Barracks Row Fest, Trolley Car Update
by Larry Janezich
September 23, Monday
Rescheduled from last week. ANC 6a Community Outreach Committee meets at 7:30pm at Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith Annex, 1233 C Street, NE. On the agenda: Discussion of fence installed by Options PCS, restricting access to public basketball court behind the school – adjacent Kingsman Field and Kingsman Dog Park, 1300 block of D St. NE.
September 24, Tuesday
ANC6B Executive Committee meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center to set the agenda for the full ANC6B meeting on October 8.
CM Muriel Bowser chairs Committee on Economic Development Roundtable on Major Economic Development Projects, including the Hine project. 11:00am in Room 500 in the Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.
September 25, Wednesday
Rescheduled from last week. ANC6a Transportation Committee meets at 7:00pm at Sherwood Recreation Center. On the agenda: an update on the trolley car system.
Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee meets at 7:00pm in Eastern Market’s North Hall.
September 26, Thursday
Oral argument in the Hine Coalition appeal on the Zoning Commission’s approval of the Hine project will be heard at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 1 of the DC Court of Appeals. 333 Constitution Avenue, NW
September 28, Saturday
Barracks Row Festival opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. The midway includes the oldest post in the Marine Corps, dozens of historic buildings plus forty international restaurants – most with sidewalk cafés. Matchbox Food Group (Ted’s Bulletin, DC 3 and Matchbox) will be partnering with Belga Cafe and Cava for the first ever outdoor beer garden.
PSA 106 meets at 110am, Arthur Capper Senior Apts, 5th & Virginia Avenue SE
One response to “The Week Ahead…..Hine Project Decision in Court, Barracks Row Fest, Trolley Car Update”
“… Discussion of fence installed by Options PCS, restricting access to public basketball court behind the school …”
Unbelievable, that school officials would restrict children from having access to a basketball court area. However, I have not heard Option PCS reason for this restriction. Perhaps, the court is being used for other activities. Then in this case, the proper authorities should be summoned and not closing off the court as a resolve. Calvin H. Gurley