See posting on CHC here: http://bit.ly/MDldx4
The Week Ahead…..
by Larry Janezich
Monday, February 10
ANC 6D meets at 7:00 pm at 1104 4th Street SW. At press time, the agenda was not available.
Tuesday, February 11
ANC6B meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center for its regular February meeting
Among the routine items on the agenda scheduled for en bloc approval on the consent calendar:
Raze permit for 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue SE in anticipation of construction of new 41 condo building. See CHC post here: http://bit.ly/1nRojMu
Unenclosed sidewalk café for District Taco at 656 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
Other items on the agenda:
Request for relief from the parking space size requirements a new 41 apartment building at 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue. As above, see CHC post here: http://bit.ly/1nRojMu
Authorization for coordination of rat abatement on Eastern Market Metro Plaza
Call for application for projects to be funded by the FY14 Performance Parking Zone Community Benefits Program
Tuesday, February 11
Councilmember Muriel Bowser chairs an Economic Development Performance Oversight hearing at 10:00am in the Wilson Building at 1350 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, to hear testimony from the DC Department of Housing and the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. A representative from ANC6B will likely testify, to express concern regarding DMPED’s transparency in relation to the Hine development. Oliver Hall, attorney for the Hine Coalition, who filed a FOIA which required intervention of the Mayor’s Office before DMPED responded to it, will likely testify as well
Live video is available here: http://dccouncil.us/videos/
Wednesday, February 12
ANC6C meets at 7:00pm at the Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue NE. An agenda was not available at press time.
Thursday, February 13
ANC6A meets at 7:00pm in Miner School, 601 15th St. NE .
Among items on the agenda:
Request for relief for floor to area ratio requirements in connection with planned construction of a sports bar at 1362 H Street, NE, provided that the following conditions are met by the applicant: 1) all trash is stored indoors; 2) loading occur at the rear of the building; 3) no amplified music be played on the roof deck; 4) roof deck hours not extend beyond 11 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday and 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday; and 5) any signage for the building be in keeping with the character of H Street and the architectural context of the building.
Request for relief from requirement that there be a minimum lot area of 900 square feet for each residential unit, from the lot width and size requirements for a row house being converted back to residential use, and from the court width and area requirements, in connection with the conversion of the church at 819 D Street, NE and two adjoining row houses into a residential development, provided that any contracts for sale or lease of the residential units restrict the number of residential parking permits to be issued to residents to no more than six and that this restriction be recorded as a covenant in the land records.