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Shakespeare’s Barracks Row Rehearsal Space Wants to Be Retail/Office/Residential. But…

8th Street Elevation of the Proposed Mixed Use Building at 507 8th Street on Barracks Row

8th Street Elevation of the Proposed Mixed Use Building at 507 8th Street on Barracks Row

Elevation of the proposed project from 8th and E Streets, SE.

Elevation of the proposed project from 8th and E Streets, SE.

Shakespeare’s Barracks Row Rehearsal Space Wants to Be Retail/Office/Residential. But…

by Larry Janezich

Tuesday night, Michael Oxman, architect and part owner of the building housing Shakespeare rehearsal space on Barracks Row, unveiled details of the proposed re-development of the former warehouse into a mixed use retail, office, and residential project. Oxman was seeking ANC6B approval of the Historical Preservation application for the design of the proposed Barracks Row structure.   Rehearsals for the Shakespeare Company are due to relocate to new facilities in Southwest in the near future.

ANC6B approved the historic preservation application, by a vote of 6 – 1 with one abstention, but opposition to the project’s proposed fourth floor by the Historic Preservation Office is likely to be a deal killer.  Preservationists say that the fourth floor is, in the words of Planning and Zoning Committee resident member Ken Jarboe, “a pop up in a commercial property.” Jarboe could have added, “in an Historic District.”

Oxman’s plan provides for the largest retail space on Barracks Row on the first floor, office space on the second floor, and 12 micro residential units on a third and fourth floor.  Despite ANC support, Oxman will probably have to go back to the drawing board on this one.

For more on this project, see previous CHC post here:  http://bit.ly/1OexKk1

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SRO at Solar Information Meeting at SE Library Wednesday Night

Solar advocates Anya Schoolman, of DC Sun, and Sam Polino,  of Solar Co-ops talk about the advantages of going solar Wednesday night

Solar advocates Anya Schoolman, of DC Sun, and Sam Polino, of Solar Co-ops talk about the advantages of going solar Wednesday night.

SRO at Solar Information Meeting at SE Library Wednesday Night

by Larry Janezich

More than 50 residents attended the standing room only briefing on the advantages of going solar and how to join the (currently) 30 member Lincoln Park Co-op formed to participate in a bulk purchase installation of solar energy systems.

Solar advocates Anya Schoolman, founder of the non-profit solar installation coordinating group, DC Sun, and Sam Polino, Program Director of Solar Co-ops, walked those at Wednesday night’s meeting through the technology, the Co-op participation process, and the costs of going solar.

The bottom line, they say, is that installing solar is a very good deal for District residents right now and there are financing options, including some suitable for low income households.

Schoolman and DC Sun are soliciting additional participants District-wide to join the Lincoln Park Co-op.  The time frame is such that interested parties can sign up within the next 30 days to receive updates and information on the progress of the Co-op as it moves toward the beginning of the installation process.

Signing up now involves no commitment to participate in the Co-op.  The Lincoln Park group will send out a notice to solar system installers soon, asking for bids to install systems on Co-op members’ homes for a set price.  Members of the Co-op will select a developer to engage for the group installation, and Co-op members will have 30 days to commit to having solar installed.  Installations progress in the order in which people sign up, with the first members having their systems installed within a few days.  Those who join later may have to wait six to eight months.

The installation price will depend on how large your system is, measured by the number of solar panels your roof can accommodate.  Most Capitol Hill homes will install 2 Kilowatt to 5 Kilowatt systems.

According to the DC Sun website, the cost for the typical 3 Kilowatt system before incentives is $10,500.  At the end of the first year, after deducting 1. the Co-op discount ($1500), 2. the $30% one-time federal tax CREDIT ($2700), 3. the estimated one year savings on electricity ($465), and 4. the proceeds from the sale of SRECs* – Solar Renewable Energy Certificates – ($3900),  the cost of installation drops to $1935.  The life time of the panels is 20 years or so, meaning the annual savings in electricity will last about that long, or longer.

For more information, go here:  http://www.dcsun.org/ and click on “Join a Solar Group” to get the the Lincoln Park Co-op page.

*SREC – Solar Renewable Energy Certificate.

Regulations require Exelon (formerly Pepco) to produce a percentage of their electricity from solar.  Since Exelon doesn’t have any solar production capacity, regulations provide that they can satisfy the requirement by purchasing SREC’s from people who do have solar panels.  The value is determined by the market subject to supply and demand.  In the District, local government requires Exelon to have a higher percentage of their electricity from solar – than, say Maryland – so SREC’s are more valuable here than in Maryland.  Demand for SRECs is expected to remain high in the District for at least the next five years as supply catches up with demand.  Solar producers can sell their SREC’s and receive a one time lump sum, as in the calculation above.  It’s likely, however, that most buyers of solar systems will  anticipate that the demand will be high for the next few years, and will arrange for a broker to sell their SRECs on the open market and receive quarterly payments which will amount to a much larger total than the one time lump sum payment.  The latter process involves registering with a broker who handles all aspects of the sale and sends you four checks a year.  Your installer will estimate how many SRECs your system will produce annually.  One SREC is currently worth about $480 in DC.

[Full Disclosure:  CHC participated in a previous Ward 6 bulk purchase in 2014 coordinated by DC-Sun, joining very late in the process after the installer had been chosen.  Observations from that experience:  1) going solar is an excellent investment, providing sound financial returns and the satisfaction of improving the environment and contributing to the public good – CHC would do it again;  2) selection of the installer is of prime importance and a through vetting of a company’s experience in handling a large number of installations is essential, as well as the quality of the components of the systems which the company proposes to install; 3)  in 2014, the process of shepherding the paperwork through Pepco was burdensome for the system owner –  some thought that Pepco was not devoting enough resources to processing paperwork.  DC Sun, through the Public Utilities Commission, says it has taken action to alleviate the difficulties encountered by previous participants in group purchases.  4)  the DC Public Utility Commission is extremely responsive in interceding with Pepco on behalf of solar system purchasers who encounter difficulties with (Pepco/Exelon)].

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ANC6B Signs Off on Revised Plan for Preserving the Shotgun House – First Look at New Design

SGA Architect's revised plan for preserving the Shotgun House

SGA Architect’s revised plan for preserving the Shotgun House approved by ANC6B on Tuesday night. 

SGA Architect's plan for preservation of the Shotgun House submitted to ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee on July 1.

SGA Architect’s more controversial plan for preservation of the Shotgun House submitted to ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee on July 1.

Sassan Gharai of SGA Architects says the new design “is more in keeping with the character of the block.”

Sassan Gharai of SGA Architects says the new design “is more in keeping with the character of the block.”  Click to enlarge.  

ANC6B Signs Off on Revised Plan for Preserving the Shotgun House – First Look at New Design

by Larry Janezich

At its July 1 meeting, ANC6B’s Planning and Zoning Committee had reservations about SAG Architect’s historic preservation design for the legendary Shotgun House at 1229 E Street, SE, reporting that “most committee members {agree] that the proposed design doesn’t work well.”  Committee members proposed some tinkering with the plan and sent the project to the full ANC for consideration by a 3-2 vote with one abstention.  See Capitol Hill Corner post here:  http://bit.ly/29buF8j

SGA Architects went back to the drawing board and produced a substantially new design for the project that more clearly delineates the two residential structures planned for the site, and which, in the words of Sassan Gharai of SGA Architects “is more in keeping with the character of the block.”

At the full ANC6B meeting on Tuesday, July 12, the revised plans were well received and the Commission approved the design unanimously.

Gharai also informed the ANC that he had incorporated suggestions of members of the Planning and Zoning Committee regarding the design of the 119 residential unit project (with first floor retail) in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.  The historic preservation designs for that plan were approved without objection earlier in Tuesday night’s session.

Work could begin on the Shotgun House before the end of the year, if HPRB signs off on it and permits can be obtained.

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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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Work Starts on 49 Unit Condo Project at 11th and I Streets, SE – Latest Rendering

Demolition of the building at  the SW corner of 11th and I started July 1.

Demolition of the building at the SE corner of 11th and I started July 1 will make way for the project depicted in….=

PGN Architect's rendering of Madison Investment's 49 unit condo project at 11th and I Streets, SE.  Image courtesy of PGN Architects.

…PGN Architects’ rendering of Madison Investment’s 49 unit condo project.  Image courtesy of PGN Architects.  Click to enlarge

Work Starts on 49 Unit Condo Project at 11th and I Streets, SE – Latest Rendering

by Larry Janezich

Work started July 1 on Madison Investment’s new built-as-matter-of-right residential building planned for 900 11th  Street, SE, across the street from Ginko Gardens.  Madison plans units which will average 870 square feet – with 40% to 50% of them aimed at a two-bedroom family lifestyle market.  Ten percent of the square footage of the project (4 – 6 units) will fall in the affordable category, under inclusionary zoning requirements.   The project will provide 7 street-level parking spaces, an additional 23 spaces in a partly underground garage, and 26 bike spaces.  The most recent elevation of the project is featured above.

For more on this project and to see how the design has changed, see the CHC post here: http://bit.ly/29lFOr6

Urban Turf has published an overview of 14 residential projects on Capitol Hill and Hill East planned or currently under construction which will deliver a total of 1267 additional residential units.  See here:  http://bit.ly/29o3s0r

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At Last – Non-Food Retail Coming to Barracks Row

Kim Wattrick, Founder and CEO of Summit To Soul, Set to open on Barrack Row by the end of July at 727 8th Street, SE

Kim Wattrick, Founder and of Summit To Soul, Set to open on Barrack Row by the end of July at 727 8th Street, SE

At Last – Non-Food Retail Coming to Barracks Row

Woman’s Exercise Apparel Outlet Will Focus on Green Brands

by Larry Janezich

Summit to Soul, a women’s fitness and lifestyle boutique will open by the end of July according to founder Kimberly Wattrick.  The retail space at 727 8th Street on Barracks Row was formerly the home of Capitol Hill Sporting Goods which closed recently after 13 years.

Summit To Soul is a Washington, DC, based boutique that provides high-quality women’s fitness and yoga apparel and gear.  The store is committed to carrying only eco-friendly, sustainably-sourced, or Made in USA products.  Those brands include:  Beyond Yoga, Onzie, Wear It To Heart/WITH, Rese, Coeur, United By Blue, Manchuka, and Oiselle.

Wattrick said she chose to open on Barracks Row because she “lives on Capitol Hill and loves the community and saw a need for a women’s apparel outlet.”  After the store launches she has plans for Summit To Soul sponsored community events such as free run clubs and fitness groups.

Wattrick is a long time DC resident, a former collegiate tennis player and avid exercise enthusiast.  After a career in socially responsible investing, she founded Summit To Soul in 2015.   She received her BA from Georgetown University and an MA in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins SAIS, where she won a national business plan competition for sustainable business practices.  For more information on product lines, see the store’s website here: https://www.summittosoul.com/

Capitol Hill residents who have been pining for non-restaurant retail to return to 8th Street will undoubtedly welcome the news.  In addition to Capitol Hill Sporting Goods, two other “real” retail stores on the block closed recently:  Homebody lost its lease to make way for Pineapple and Pearls – Aaron Silverstein’s high end, $250 fixed price companion restaurant for Rose’s Luxury – and City Bikes closed earlier this year because of an increase in rent.   Barracks Row has struggled to attract retail on a commercial corridor where some landlords hold out for higher rents only food and drink establishments can afford.  As word spreads of the clout of the well-organized nearby neighbors who have been successful in requiring new restaurants to meet best operating practices, these landlords may be waiting for a while.

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Vandals Damage/Destroy Capitol Hill School Art Work at Hine Development Site

 

The River Park Nursery School Painting was the most severely damaged.  All photos courtesy of Steve Hagedorn.

The River Park Nursery School Painting was the most severely damaged with the removal of a large piece of canvas. All photos courtesy of Steve Hagedorn.

St. Coletta

St. Coletta

Tyler School

Tyler School

Hill Pre School

Hill Pre School

Vandals Damage/Destroy Capitol Hill School Art Work at Hine Development Site

by Larry Janezich

Over the holiday weekend, vandals damaged or destroyed at least eight paintings which were part of a Capitol Hill schools’ art project featured on the construction fence surrounding the Hine development site.  A sharp instrument was used to slash the canvas paintings.  In most cases, the remnants of fabric were left hanging, attached to the frame.  In the case of the the painting from River Park Nursery, a large piece of canvas was completely removed.  Where possible, the pieces have been repaired.  The vandalized art includes the works from St. Coletta, Tyler School, Hill Preschool, St. Peter School, River Park Nursery, Peabody Elementary, Miner Elementary and Capitol Hill Day School.  27 schools participated in the art project which opened on September 29, 2015.

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Barracks Row July 4th Parade – Photo Essay – Part 1

The Marine Corp Band lead the parade, here playing the Marine Hymn as it passed the Marine Barracks

The Marine Corp Band lead the parade, here playing the Marine Hymn as it passed the Marine Barracks

The Eastern High Marching Band lived up to its reputation as a city-wide crowd pleasing favorite

The Eastern High Marching Band lived up to its reputation as a city-wide crowd pleasing favorite

Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen marched...

Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen marched…

...as did Councilmember at Large Elissa Silverman

…as did Councilmember at Large Elissa Silverman

The Capitol Hill Continentals sent a contingent...

The Capitol Hill Continentals sent a contingent…

including a genial George Washington

including a genial George Washington

Long time community activist Peter "Bug" Matthews - whose shoe academy will coexist with the new Buchanan School Development

Long time community activist Peter “Bug” Matthews – whose shoe academy will coexist with the new Buchanan School Development

Miss and Mr. World America

Miss and Mr. World America

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Barracks Row July 4th Parade – Photo Essay – Part 2

Latin and South American dance groups are the most colorful and energetic participants

Latin and South American dance groups are the most colorful and energetic participants

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The Marine Corps Band engages in a little public relations

The Marine Corps Band engages in a little public relations

Parade watchers

Parade watchers

7th and E where the crowd was heaviest

8th and E where the crowd was heaviest

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

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The Week Ahead….

Eastern Market, North Hall, circa 9:00am

Eastern Market, North Hall, Saturday, July 2, circa 9:00am

The Week Ahead….

by Larry Janezich

Monday, July 4

1.Independence Day Parade on Barracks Row.  10:00 am

Tuesday, July 5

  1. ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee meets at 7:00pm, at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue.

Among items on the agenda:

1101 Pennsylvania Avenue SE – (Frager’s), construction public space plan

420 12th Street, SE – Watkins Elementary School, public space plan in connection with Watkins school renovations

Capitol Hill Squash Club, 218 D Street, SE – Application of Capitol Hill Squash Club Associates for a special exception to use the second floor of a building as a group instruction (exercise) studio in the CAP/R-4 District

622-624 North Carolina Avenue, SE – Application of Kenneth A. Golding, for variances from the penthouse height requirements and special exceptions from the apartment house expansion requirements and the penthouse setback requirements and expand an existing apartment house in the R-4 District.

626 E Street, SE – façade alterations to non-contributing 3-story apartment building

507 8th Street, SE – (Shakespeare), concept/visible 2-story addition on 2-story contributing warehouse building

411 New Jersey Avenue, SE – (National Democratic Club), new construction

Capitol Courts, 1229 E Street SE & 1230 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE – Historic Preservation Application

  1. ANC 6C Parks and Events Committee meets at 7:00 pm, at Kaiser-Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center, 700 2nd Street, NE

Among items on the agenda:

Park at 5th and I Streets, NE – Discussion with Insight Property Group, LLC, concerning the design, construction schedule, administration and maintenance of the improvements at the National Park Service park at 5th and I Streets, NE

  1. Capitol Hill Restoration Society Historic Preservation Committee meets at 6:30pm, Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE.

Wednesday, July 6

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

Among items on the agenda:

Review of DDOT Proposed Rulemaking on Red Top Meters

Status Report on MPD Efforts to Reduce Red-light Running at the intersection of Kentucky/Potomac Avenues & 15th/C Streets (tentative)

Letter to DDOT Requesting Closure of the 2nd Street, SE, alignment under the SE/SW Freeway at Garfield Park

  1. ANC6C Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee meets at 7:00pm at Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center, 700 Second Street NE.

Among items on the agenda:

300 8th Street, NE – Revised application of Community Three Development, LLC, to demolish existing noncontributing structure and for concept approval to construct a new four-story residential building with penthouse.

301-331 N street, NE– Revised application of Foulger-Pratt Development, LLC for approval of a consolidated PUD and a PUD-related map amendment to facilitate the development of 301-331 N Street, NE, for a mixed-use project. The Applicant proposes to develop the property into a project of two integrated buildings with a mix of uses. The east building will contain residential and ground floor retail uses, and the west building will contain residential, hotel, office, and ground-floor retail uses. In total, the project will contain approximately 366 residential units, approximately 175 hotel rooms, and approximately 250 underground parking spaces. The overall floor area ratio of the project will be approximately 6.65, and the maximum building height will be 120 feet.

Proposed legislation – Discussion of:

  1. the DCRA Infractions Fine Increase Regulation Amendment Act of 2015;
  2. the Vacant and Blighted Buildings Enforcement Amendment Act of 2015;
  3. the Vacant Property Enforcement Amendment Act of 2016; and
  4. the Homeowners Protection from Construction Damage Amendment Act of 2016.

Thursday, July 7

  1. ANC6B ABC Committee meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center

Among items on the agenda:

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

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

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, Bearnaise, and We the Pizza; Hank’s on the Hill; and Ambar.

  1. PSA 107 meets at 7:00pm in Southeast Library, lower level.
  2. Friends of Southeast Library, FOSEL, meet at 5:30pm, lower level.

 

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