The Week Ahead…..
by Larry Janezich
September 30, Monday
Parking lot at Hine School Closed while crane removes Verizon antenna atop the building.
October 1, Tuesday
ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee meets at 7:00pm at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue SE.
Agenda items include two Historic Preservation Applications (residence modifications), four requests for zoning adjustments for residences, a briefing on the Komen 3-Day walk starting October 11, a letter to the Marine Barracks regarding an environmental impact meeting last week, and an update on the Zoning Regulations Rewrite.
October 2, Wednesday
ANC6B Transportation Committee will meet at Hill Center. Agenda items include an update on the Expansion on Performance Based Parking North of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; update on the Visitor Parking Pass System for Fiscal Year 2014, update on Status of 6B Requests for Expenditures of PBP Funds in FY 2013, follow up on FY 2013 Requests for Sidewalk Repairs, discussion on Parking Enforcement with Mr. Moore of Department of Public Works’ Parking Enforcement Management Administration
October 3, Thursday
ANC6B ABC Committee meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center. Agenda items include requests for liquor license renewals for The Capitol Lounge, Tune Inn, Li’L Pub, Wisdom; new licenses for Sushi Capitol at 325 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; and an ABRA-requested modification to the Settlement Agreement for Matchbox.
October 5, Friday
10th Anniversary Party for the Yume Tree, noon until 2:00pm, at the 12th Street CVS across from Watkins Elementary School, featuring a dedication by CM Tommy Wells, entertainment from the Singing Lizard & the 21 Gessford Court Players, party food, cake. Visit CornerStoreArts.org for more information.
October 6, Sunday
The first annual Rosedale Library Friends “Books and a Bite Sale” 1 to 4 pm, 1701 Gales Street, NE. Books for all ages, baked goods, and even some photographs – to benefit Rosedale library. If you have books to donate – especially clean, unmarked books for children and teens, novels, sci-fi, history, and cookbooks – please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 571-213-1630. (Please do NOT bring the books to the library before the sale, they have no storage space. No magazines, case or textbooks, outdated computer books or pamphlets.)