The Week Ahead…Thinking of Going Solar? See Wednesday

Eastern Market Metro Plaza, Saturday, July 9, circa 5:00pm

Eastern Market Metro Plaza, Saturday, July 9, circa 5:00pm

The Week Ahead…Thinking of Going Solar?  See Wednesday.

by Larry Janezich

Monday, July 11

  1. ANC 6D meets at 7:00pm, 1100 4th St. SW,  DCRA 2nd floor meeting room

Among items on the agenda:

Buzzard Point health & stadium update

DC United infrastructure & utilities traffic control plan

Friends of Randall update

Proposed Bike Lanes: New Jersey Ave. SE

  1. Community meeting to review revised plans for the apartment renovation at 626 E Street, SE. The full ANC6B will be considering the matter at its July 12 meeting. Developers will present their revised plans for community review and comment at an informal meeting Monday July 11, 2016 at 7:00 pm, at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop 545 Seventh Street SE

Tuesday, July 12

  1. ANC6B meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE

Among items on the agenda:

(Consent Calendar) Capitol Courts (Part 1), 1230 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE: Sassan Ghari, architect/developer.  [Note: the 1229 E Street, SE, (Shotgun House) portion of this historic preservation application will be discussed and voted on during tonight’s regular business meeting.

Alcohol beverage license renewals for:   Ted’s Bulletin, 505 8th Street SE and Matchbox, 517 8th Street, SE.

Beuchert’s Saloon, 623 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, substantial change for new sidewalk café with seating for six.

S.E. Market, 1500 Independence Avenue SE, substantial change in hours of operation, sales and consumption.

Report on the Status of ANC 6B License Renewal Protests: Good Stuff Eatery, Bearnaise, and We the Pizza; Hank’s on the Hill; and Ambar.

507 8th Street, SE, concept/visible 2-story addition on 2-story contributing warehouse building: Michael Oxman, architect

Capitol Courts (Part 2), 1229 E Street, SE, (Shotgun House): Sassan Ghari, architect/developer

Status Report on ANC6B’s Bureau of Zoning Adjustment Appeal on Andromena Substance Abuse and Mental Health Recovery Clinic at 15th and Massachusetts, SE.

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

Agenda:

Open forum neighbor to police discussion on what’s important to residents in safety and security.

Wednesday, July 13

  1. Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6C meets at 7 pm, Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

Toscana Cafe, 601 2nd Street N.E., change from class D to class C restaurant (adds spirits).

Park at 5th and I Streets N.E.—design, construction, maintenance.

Stuart Hobson field activity.

XO, 15 K Street N.E., application for sidewalk café.

1005 North Capitol Street NE, application for new residential construction including bike racks, landscaping, and canopy.

300 8th Street NE, revised historic preservation application to demolish structure and build four-story residential building with penthouse.

301-333 N Street, NE, revised application, consolidated PUD and PUD-related map amendment.

Proposed legislation: DCRA fine increase amendment; vacant property; homeowner protection from construction damage.

Wunder Garten, update.

Omnibus Amendment of 2016 governing ANCs.

  1. Solar Energy Bulk Purchase Informational Meeting at SE Library. Neighbors in Lincoln Park and across D.C. are forming a co-op with the help of DC SUN to make it easier to save money on the purchase of solar panels and build a community interested in solar.  An informational meeting about solar energy and how the co-op simplifies the process of going solar while providing a discount through its bulk purchasing power. You DON’T have to live inthe Lincoln Park community to be a part of the co-op.

6:30pm-8:30pm, SE Library, 403 7th Street, SE.RSVP Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/july-lincoln-park-solar-co-op-info-session-tickets-26101504302

Thursday, July 14

  1. ANC6A will meet at 7:00pm. NOTE CHANGE IN LOCATION:  The meeting will be held Sherwood Recreation Center, 640 10th Street, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

Recommendation: The ANC take no action with regard to H Street Country Club’s request to change its hours of live entertainment to allow entertainment through 1:00 am Sunday through Thursday.

Recommendation: ANC 6A write a letter to DDOT requesting that they evaluate the 400 block of 17th Street NE to see if it would be safe to have parking on the street.

Recommendation: ANC 6A write a letter to DDOT requesting that conduct a traffic-calming assessment for the 200 block of 10th Street, NE.

Recommendation: ANC 6A write a letter to the BZA in support of 1111 H Street, NE, on condition of the removal of the rear yard relief request, provided that it is acceptable to the neighbors at 1115 H Street, the developer contribute $20,000 to the to pay for a mural designed by the condo association, and a security camera is provided by the owners of 1111 H Street to the condo association at 1115 H Street.

Recommendation: ANC 6A write a letter of support for a special exception to allow Halal Guys to operate at 814 H Street, NE, provided the applicant makes best efforts to reach out and provide letters of support to be submitted before the ANC meeting and subject to the following conditions: 1. the backyard will not be usable by customers, 2. the applicant will not use any public space, 3. the applicant will provide a trash receptacle in front of the building, 4. the applicant will make all deliveries via numbered side streets, 5. trash and grease will be kept in a covered, enclosed container in the backyard, 6. the applicant will provide re-usable utensils, and 7. the applicant will vent exhaust through the front of the establishment.

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

Friday, July 15

  1. Fundraiser Benefitting Eastern High School Students – “All White with a Touch of Sky Blue!” Featured Entertainment:  Comedian Billy the Kid w/ Music From Lissen Band and DJ Rough

8pm –12am Location: The Ukrainian, 4250 Harewood Road, NE, Washington, DC.  Tickets”  $60 – Includes Membership Dues & Catered Buffet, w/no corkage fee BYOB

For tickets contact EHSAA President James Thomas ‘82: (202) 258-7020.  All Ticket Proceeds Fund EHS Student Scholarships.

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