The Week Ahead…And Photos from the Women’s March on the Polls

The speakers were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.  Photo from Saturday, January 21, 2018, circa 12:20pm. Click to enlarge.

Batala Washington, the All Female Afro-Brazilian Percussion Band, showed up to lead the march to the White House.

The pussy hats have become gender neutral.



The Week Ahead…And Photos from the Women’s March on the Polls

by Larry Janezich

Monday, January 22

ANC 6A Transportation & Public Space Committee Meets at 7:00pm at Capitol Hill Towers, 900 G Street, NE. 

Among items on the agenda:

Announcement that ANC 6A seeking volunteer committee members.

Request for support of the 2018 Capitol Hill Classic 10K race.

ANC 6A Community Outreach Committee meets at 7:00pm at Eastern High School, Parent Center, 1700 East Capitol Street NE (Enter from East Capitol Street).

Among items on the agenda:

Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law presentation of 2018 Vita Tax Preparation program with Catholic Charities.

Tuesday, January 23

PSA #106 meets at 7:00pm at Congressional Quarter Community Center, 1000 5th Street, SE.

Wednesday, January 24

Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee meets at 7:00pm in the North Hall, Eastern Market, 225 7th Street, SE.

Among items on the agenda:

Receipt and request for comment on RFP for 300 block of 7th street

Oversight hearings for Department of General Services and request for input

Committee appointments

Special Task Force to study market violation and dispute resolution process.

Market Managers Report

Status of the Leases


Eastern Market Main Street

Tenant’s Council Report

Thursday, January 25

The Historic Preservation Review Board will meet on Thursday, January 25, at 441 4th Street, NW in Room 220-South.  The Ebenezer Church case HPA 17-488 regarding a curb cut to allow parking on the interior of the block as well at the Historic Preservation Application for two structures housing mechanical parking lifts, is scheduled to be heard from 3:15pm – 4:00pm.

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