The Week Ahead….

Eastern Market, Saturday, June 11, 2016

Eastern Market, Saturday, June 11, 2016

The Week Ahead….

by Larry Janezich

Monday, June 13

  1. Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6D meets at 7:00pm, 1100 4th Street SW, 2nd Floor.

Among items on the agenda:

Public Safety Report- First District MPD (PSA 105 & PSA 106) – Sgt. Strassman, Sgt. Ritchie, Lt. Beslow

Status of the SW Duck Pond and Amidon Park, Peter Nohrden, DC DPR

Resolution opposing Bureau of Prison’s 300 bed halfway house on School Street, SW

Due South (Cooperative Agreement Amendment)

Salt Line (Cooperative Agreement for a new CR license)

100 Montaditos new CR license and change from DR to CR license (adding spirits)

Cordial Fine Wines & Spirits.  Protest of Class A liquor store

The Wharf – Update on Pier 4

Spy Museum updates and public space request

  1. Community Action Group (CAG). Representatives from the CAG will host a community meeting at 6:00pm, to talk with neighbors regarding issues associated with the construction of the new CAG facility at 15th and Independence.  The meeting will be held at Holy Comforter Saint Cyprian Catholic Church, 1357 East Capitol Street, SE.

Tuesday, June 14

  1. Primary Election Day
  1. ANC6B meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center.

Among items on the agenda:

La Lomita Dos, 308 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Renewal of Class C Restaurant license.

National Democratic Club, 30 Ivy Street SE, Renewal of Class C Club license.

120 6th Street SE, raze of 2-story carriage house and construction of 2-story carriage house.

624 North Carolina Avenue, SE, partial in-fill of dogleg and 3rd floor addition.

Mr. Henry’s, 601 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, substantial change in hours.

Ambar, 523 8th Street, SE, Renewal of Class C Restaurant license.

Tortilla Coast, 400 First Street SE, renewal of Class C Restaurant License.

Ted’s Bulletin, 505 8th Street, SE, Renewal of Class C Restaurant license.

Matchbox, 517 8th Street, SE, Renewal of Class C Restaurant license.

1237 (Rear) C Street SE, conversion of alley warehouse into residential housing: Sean Ruppert, Blackrock Holdings, LLC.

328 D Street, SE. Application for a special exception not meeting the lot occupancy requirements, the side yard requirements, and the court requirements, to construct a rear addition to an existing one-family dwelling in the CAP/R-4 District.

Bullfrog Bagels, 317 7th Street, SE, sidewalk café.

Insight E Street LLC PUD.  Signature/Bowie redevelopment.

Letter on unresolved issues regarding 7/11 store at 1501 Independence Avenue, SE.

  1. PSA 104 meets at 7:00pm, J O Wilson Elementary School, 660 K Street, NE (7th and K Streets, NE.)

Among items on the agenda:

Introduction of new PSA 104 Manager, Lt. Seth Anderson

Crime Report

Assessment of PSA Problem-Solving in the last 30 days.

MPD PSA 104 Crime Report and Statistics.

DC Attorney General’s report, Rashee Kumar, and US Attorney report, Doug Klein

US CSOSA Report, Michael Bonds

Office of Unified Communications. Questions, and why it’s critical what you say when dialing 911.

Wednesday, June 15

  1. ANC6A Economic Development & Zoning Committee meets at 7:00pm, at Sherwood Recreation Center 640 10th Street, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

1111 H Street, NE.  Application for variances from the rear yard requirements, the court requirements, the off-street parking requirements, and the HS overlay design requirements, and a special exception from the single-enclosure penthouse requirements, to renovate an existing structure into an apartment building containing up to eight dwelling units with ground-floor retail in the HS-R/C- 2-C District.

1701 H Street, NE.  Update from the developer.  The PUD seeks a land use designation change from the existing C-2-A to C-2-B in order to develop the Property. The property is currently unimproved and the Applicant proposes to construct a mixed-use building with approximately 14,342 square feet of ground-floor retail uses and 180 residential units on nine floors above.  The applicant will also use the PUD process to obtain relief from other requirements of the Zoning Regulations, including the parking, loading and roof structure requirements.

814 H Street, NE.  Application for a special exception from the fast food establishments requirements, to allow the operation of a new fast food establishment in the C-2-A District.

  1. History of Congressional Cemetery. Paul K. Williams, President, Historic Congressional Cemetery, will provide a brief history of Congressional Cemetery and speak about the people who are buried there. The talk will address the challenges of operating and maintaining such a large, historically significant, yet also active cemetery – including the continual challenge of raising the funds necessary to cover the Congressional Cemetery’s annual costs.  7:00pm, Congressional Cemetery Chapel.  (From the Cemetery’s main entrance at 1801 E Street, SE, walk along the drive past the gatehouse; the Chapel will be straight ahead.)  The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Thursday, June 16

  1. PSA 108 meets at 7:00pm at Liberty Baptist Church, 527 Kentucky Avenue, SE.
  1. CHRS Zoning Committee meets at 7:30pm at Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE.

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  1. John

    Is Cordial moving out of Union Market and into 6D?