The Week Ahead….

Looks like Trader Joe's application for a liquor license for the Hine site outlet will be before the ANC next month.

Looks like Trader Joe’s application for a liquor license for the Hine site outlet will be before the ANC next month.

The Week Ahead….

Monday, November 9

  1. ANC6D meets at 7:00pm, 1104 4th Street, SW, 2nd Floor

Among items on the agenda:

Rail Study, including CSX tracks (Ryan Westrom, Senior Transportation Planner/Engineer, DDOT)

Public Service Commission – Comment on updated bid for Pepco

Bardo Big River Application

Virginia Avenue Streetscape Restoration, DDOT

Riverside Baptist Church PUD, hearing date 11/30/15

Case Bridge lights DDOT Public Space Hearing 11/19/15

Lunch Room & Oyster Shucking Shed, 1100 Maine Avenue, HPRB hearing date 11/19/15

82 Eye Street SE, Construction Update (Miller & Long)

1244 South Capitol Street, Public Space Permit

Florida Rock Bulkhead Replacement, 2 S Street, SW, DDOT (Kelly Drewry, Davis Buckley Architects)

1000 South Capitol Street, BZA

1000 South Capitol Street, (related alley closing)

Tuesday, November 10

  1. ANC6B meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center

Among items on the agenda:

Presentation Christopher Weaver, Director, DGS (Status of Weekend Flea Market)

Starbucks Coffee, 237 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, new Retailer’s Class “D” Restaurant license

Bullfrog Bagels, 317 7th Street, SE, new Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant license

DOH Certificate of Need (for primary care facility), Community Connections, 801 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE

Rock ‘n Roll DC Marathon 2016

Consideration of Amendments to Commission Standing Rules

  1. Police Service Area (PSA) 104 public meeting7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Stuart Hobson Middle School, 410 E Street, NE
  1. Neighborhood Watch Crime Prevention Training 7:00 pm – Friendship Chamberlain Public Charter School, 1345 Potomac Ave SE. Contact: Samantha Nolan at

Wednesday, November 11

Veteran’s Day.   No ANC meetings.

Thursday, November 12

  1. ANC 6A meeting 7:00pm. Miner E.S., 601 15th Street, NE

Among items on the agenda:

The Pursuit Wine Bar (1421 H St NE), change from a Restaurant to a Tavern license.

Ocopa (1324 H St NE) – ANC protest the request for an Entertainment Endorsement until Ocopa is able to present its plans to the ABL Committee and the Committee has no objections to or concerns with those plans:  Include a café zone on the Eighth (8th) Street NE side of the property that will provide six (6) feet of space between the existing bus shelter and the café zone, and that will provide buffer space between neighboring property to the south on Eighth (8th) Street NE; and

Request for a DDOT traffic calming study on the 1200 and 1300 blocks of Constitution Avenue, NE

Support for the Lincoln Park bike lane plans with the exception of the contraflow lane on 100 block of Eleventh (11th) Street, NE

Historic landmark status for the Lexington Apartments building at1114 F Street, NE

  1. ANC6C meets a 7:00pm, Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE

Sugar Factory, 50 Massachusetts Avenue, NE, request for extension of hours

XO, 15 K Street NE, application for a tavern license, including entertainment  endorsement and summer garden, seating capacity 320; summer garden, 60.

Capital Bikeshare expansion plan

Proposed regulations for resident-only parking

NoMa Parks update—Stacie West (non-voting item)

Rock n Roll Marathon, March 12, 2016

301 Florida Avenue, NE,  (non-voting item), proposal to raze existing building and replace with a mixed-use building with retail and residential uses.

  1. ANC6B Constituent Services and Community Outreach Committee meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center.
  1. CHRS Zoning Committee meets at 7:30pm, Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE

Notice for Thursday, November 19, 2015

Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) City Wide Action Effort on Jobs, Housing and Homelessness with Mayor Muriel Bowser.

7:00pm – 8:30pm, Covenant Baptist UCC, 3845 South Capitol Street, SE

Sign Up/RSVP REQUIRED . Those interested in attending should contact Pastor Anthony E. Owens, Liberty Baptist Church, 527 Kentucky Ave., S.E.

Tel. 202.543.7894

Cell 202.531.3198


Washington Interfaith Network is an affiliate of the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF)

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