The Week Ahead…RFK Update on Monday & the Full ANC6B takes up Ebenezer Parking Lifts/Circulator on Tuesday
By Larry Janezich
Monday, January 8
ANC6D meets at 7:00pm, 1100 4th Street, SW, second floor.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Public Safety Report- First District MPD (PSA 105 & PSA 106) Lt. Queen, Lt. Robinson
Presentation: NEAR Act
Presentation: Anacostia Riverkeeper Initiative
Presentation: Office of the People’s Council – Cheryl Morse – Proposed Pepco Rate Hike Resolution
Officina, 1120 Maine Avenue, SW”, application for a new restaurant liquor license
InterContinental Hotel, 801 Water St, SW: Amd 1 to Settlement Agreement- additional Summer Garden
Due South, 301 Water Street, SE: Amd 2 to restaurant liquor license – additional occupancy in Summer Garden #2
LaVie, 949 Wharf Street, SW: Amd to liquor license re hours
Smithsonian Public Space Permit Application
Report on Traffic Control Plan at the Wharf
Zoning adjustment for new condo project at 950 South Capitol Street, SW. Minor Mod.ification to add PH Habitable Space – Dennis Hughes, Holland & Knight
Waterfront Station II “CVS Lot” Pre-filing Presentation – rental units, retail, theater
Expansion of SW BID
88 V Street, SW Minor Modification rental residential, retail mixed use project
The Yards Parking Lot 5-Year Extension
The Yards Movie Theater PUD Extension
100 South Potomac Ave. Traffic Plan
Election of ANC6D officers
ANC6C Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Committee meets at 7:00pm, Kaiser Permanente, 700 2nd Street, NE
On the agenda:
Travel Traders Retail, Inc. 400 New Jersey Avenue NW, Retailer’s Class “B” Single Sales Request
CANCELLED – WILL BE RESCHEDULED.
Events DC will host the first of four (4) quarterly meetings in the Media Room, located on the 4th floor of the RFK Stadium Administrative Offices, from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm. Access to offices are at Gate A, adjacent to Lot 5.
This meeting and all other meetings are for the purposes of sharing information. Information will include the past, current and future scheduled activities, on and around the RFK Stadium-Armory Campus, neighborhood concerns related to RFK Stadium-Armory activities, productive discussion about collaborative solutions to potential disruptions to daily community life, general neighborhood affairs and Events DC updates.
Tuesday, January 9
ANC6B meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center
Among the items on the draft agenda:
Election of ANC6B Officers
523 8th Street LLC, d/b/a Ambar, 523 8th Street SE; Zoning adjustment – variance to extend rear of existing building to lot line and construct a 1st floor addition and new 3rd floor with a retractable roof
407½ 4th Street SE, Zoning adjustment – special exception to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing one-family dwelling.
213 3rd Street SE, Zoning adjustment – special exception/variance. Two-story single family residential home on an existing, vacant alley lot.
400 D Street, SE, Ebenezer Church Development, Concept/construct 5 new townhouses – Historic Preservation application for parking lifts in rear of property
326 A Street, SE, reconsideration of a Historic Preservation application for concept/new three-story side and rear additions
660 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE (Le Pain Quotidian) Public Space Application to move and re-install an existing iron rail at corner of 7th and Pennsylvania Ave and add new matching rail fence to enclose
Report on SE Boulevard & Barney Circle Study (Public Meeting #2
Report on discussion on the Request to repave 8th Street SE (north of the 300 block)
Letter to DDOT on Proposed Changes to Circulator Bus Routes
Letter to DDOT re notice of intent to remove parking at the intersection of 8th & A Street, SE
Discussion and vote on Hine Project developer proposal to provide ANC office space as part of the co-working tenant facility rather than provide separate space per the PUD requirement
Wednesday, January 10
ANC6C meets at 7:00pm, Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Among items on the draft agenda:
Election of ANC6C Officers and Committee Chairs and confirmation of committee members
Follow-up letter requesting protected bicycle route on Louisiana Avenue
Travel Traders Retail, Inc., 400 New Jersey Avenue, single sales request re retail liquor license
Indigo Restaurant, 243 K Street NE, Public Space application – conversion to enclosed sidewalk café
1108 5th Street NE – Zoning adjustment – special exception to construct a two-story rear addition
Consideration of proposed changes to zoning rules of measurement for basements, cellars, and building heights
Suggestions for amending zoning rules for rooftops, upper-floor additions, and special exception standards
Update on NoMa parks
Community access to recreational spaces
Thursday, January 11
DC Council Chair Phil Mendelsohn meets community members for informant conversations – Evening Chat “Chill with Phil” at Halftime Sports Bar. 5:30pm – 8:00pm. 1427 H Street, NE
ANC6A meets at 7:00pm at Miner Elementary School, 601 15th Street, NE
Among items on the draft agenda:
Election of ANC6A officers.
Election of members and leaders of ANC6B permanent committees for 2018 as follows:
Economic Development and Zoning Committee – Brad Greenfield (Chair), Jake Joyce, Missy Boyette, Michael Hoenig, Stephanie Zimny
Transportation and Public Safety Committee Todd Sloves (Chair), Jeff Fletcher, Andrea Adleman, Hassan Christian, Elizabeth Nelson
Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee- Jay Williams(Co-Chair), Christopher Seagle (Co-Chair), Roger Caruth, Michael Herman, Justin Rzepka, Mark Sambur.
Community Outreach Committee- Roni Hollmon (Chair), Gladys Mack, Joyce West.
Presentation: FRESHFARM H Street NE Farmers Market – Amber Breitenberg
Presentation: Metropolitan Police Department First District Sector 2 Captain John Knutsen
Presentation: Streetcar Storage and Maintenance Facility Needs Assessment Study – Veronica O. Davis
Consideration of a motion that ANC6A withdraw its protest of Nomad Hookah Bar’s request for later sidewalk cafe hours
Consideration of a recommendation that ANC6A support the concept proposed in legislation authored by Councilmember Charles Allen to create a School Parking Zone Program, because it seeks to address the fact that DC Public Schools are being forced to prioritize parking on school property over recreational space
Consideration of a recommendation that ANC6A ask DDOT to investigate pedestrian safety around Miner Elementary School as well as establish or review its “Safe Routes to Schools” plan
128 Seventeenth (17th) Street NE – Consideration of a recommendation that ANC6A send a letter of support to BZA for a special exception from the requirement that a rear addition extend no more than 10 feet beyond a neighboring structure to construct a rear addition to an existing one-family dwelling at 128 Seventeenth (17th) Street NE in the RF-1 zone on condition that the applicants make best efforts to get letters of support from neighbors
CHRS Zoning Committee meets at 7:30pm at Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE
Saturday, January 13
Friends of Southeast Library (FOSEL) sponsor a book sale at Southeast Library, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Special Event on Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King Birthday. Community Show Distribution at Liberty Baptis Church,, 527 Kentucky Avenue, SE. 11:00am – 2:00;m. In honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, the community of DC will personally serve around 500 individuals with a new pair of shoes. Volunteers should arrive at 10:00am for a brief training and assignments for the event.
The Hill East Task Force will present the DDOT Traffic Study of specific ANC6B areas at a public meeting on January 18, 2018 at 7:00pm in the cafeteria at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue SE.