The Week Ahead….

The Hine Project’s North Building – controversial because it will house almost all of the Hine Project’s affordable housing (which should be distributed throughout the project) begins to take shape on what will be the re-opened C Street between 7th and 8th Streets, SE.  The first floor of the North Building will be retail.  The residential units above will be affordable housing for seniors.

The Hine Project’s North Building – controversial because it will house almost all of the Hine Project’s affordable housing (which should be distributed throughout the project) begins to take shape on what will be the re-opened C Street between 7th and 8th Streets, SE. The first floor of the North Building will be retail. Half the residential units above will be affordable housing for seniors.

The Week Ahead….

Monday, April 11

  1. ANC6D meets at 7:00pm at 1100 4th Street, SW, DCRA 2nd Floor meeting room.

Agenda not available at press time.

  1. ANC6B Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force meets at 7:00pm, at Hill Center. Director Melinda Bolling of DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs will attend.

Among items on the agenda:

Occupancy permits for businesses in Capitol Hill residences.

Tuesday, April 12

  1. ANC6B meets for its April monthly meeting at 7:00pm at Hill Center.

Among items on the Agenda:

Councilmember Charles Allen will provide a community update and take questions.

Ms Tamara Robinson, Public Affairs & Voter Outreach Specialist, DC Board of Elections, will give a presentation about the upcoming DC Primary on June 14th and demonstrate new voting equipment.

Consent calendar (non-controversial items)

Liquor license renewals for:  Rose’s Luxury, Sizzling Express, Aatish on the Hill, Acqua Al 2, Young Chow Asian Restaurant, Trattoria Alberto, Nooshi Capitol Hill.

Zoning issues for 605 G Street, SE; & Pizza on Barracks Row, Pineapple & Pearls on Barracks Row, Rose’s Luxury, Beuchert’s.

Regular Calendar (items not resolved in committee)

Southeast Market, 1500 Independence Avenue SE.  Change from wine and beer liquor license to wine, beer, and spirits license.

Capitol Hill Club, 300 First Street SE, renewal of club license.

Hunan Dynasty, 215 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. Renewal of liquor license.

Good Stuff Eatery, 303 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.  Renewal of liquor license.

We, The Pizza, 305 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.  Renewal of liquor license.

Bearnaise, 313-315 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.  Renewal of liquor license.

Café 8, 424 8th Street SE, renewal of liquor license.

U.S. Capitol Power Plant, 25 E Street, SE. Fence over 42” high.

1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, (Frager’s Hardware site).  Concept/additions and infill.

  1. PSA 104 meets at 7:00pm at Ludlow Taylor elementary School, 659 7th Street, NE, with Lt. Brian Murphy.

Among items on the agenda:

Assessment of PSA Problem Solving in the last 30 days

PSA 104 Crime Report and statistics

DC Attorney General Report

US CSOSA Report

Presentation by Christopher Dye, Administrator, Private Security Incentive Program, Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants.

(Pending issues from last meeting:  Prostitution on K Street and nearby area, DC Protective Services support at Office of Aging, Tree Trimming on K Street, NE, for safety security reasons; Nuisance issues.

Wednesday, April 13

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

Among items on the agenda:

Presentations by:  Director of Unified Communications (911, 311)—Karima Holmes; Streetcar update—Sean Moore.

Liquor license renewals for:  Wunder Garten, 150 M Street NE, Addis Ethiopian Restaurant, 707 H Street NE, Bistro Italiano update, 320 D Street NE.

4th and M Streets NE, proposed bike lanes

51 N Street NE, mixed use development, paving, ADA curb ramp, curbs, gutters, benches, etc.

Ethiopic Restaurant, 401 H Street NE, enclosed sidewalk cafe

K Street NE traffic study

Capitol Crossing, I-395 air rights, ZC 08-34 F, minor modification to previously approved PUD

Central Armature Works, 1200 block of 3rd Street NE (nonvoting), planned PUD

Thursday, April 14

  1. ANC6A meets at 7:00pm in Miner School, 601 Fifteenth Street, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

Presentations:

Rappaport & WC Smith – H Street Connection Redevelopment, 901 H Street, NE.

MPD Fifth District Commander William Fitzgerald

Office of Unified Command Director Karima Holmes

DC Streetcar Team’s Sean May and DDOT representative

Regular calendar:

920 – 922 H Street, NE.  Request for variances to allow the construction of a mixed use building with a restaurant and nine residential units, with restrictions.

  1. CHRS Zoning Committee meets at 7:30pm, at Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE.

Saturday, April 16

  1. Liberty Baptist Church outreach to Potomac Gardens: Reverend Anthony Owens and the congregation from Liberty Baptist Church will be introducing themselves to Potomac Gardens on Saturday, April 16, from 11:00am thru 2:00pm.

Sunday, April 17

  1. Anacostia River Festival:

All events from 1:00pm to 5:00pm are “free and family-friendly.”  For more information, go here:  http://bridgepark.org/anacostia-river-festival  Access: Free shuttles from Anacostia and Eastern Market Metro Stations; free parking at Maritime Plaza (1201 M Street SE) and the Anacostia Metro Station (with free shuttle service to the Park), and free bike valet at the Park.

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