The Week Ahead….
by Larry Janezich
Monday, November 12
DC Government observes Veterans Day. No trash or recycling pickup. ANC6D, normally scheduled for today, will meet next Monday, November 19.
Tuesday, November 13
ANC6B meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center, 922 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Consent Agenda (items which will pass en bloc with one vote unless any commissioner objects)
Dae Ah LLC trading as Capitol Supreme Market, 501 4th Street, SE, Retailer’s Class B liquor license – Grocery; Updating the existing Settlement Agreement (SA) from 2014 and consider expanded hours with regards to Hours of Operation and Sales of alcohol. Requested Hours of OPERATION are: Mon-Sun 7 am – 11 pm; and the requested Hours of SALES of Alcohol are: Mon-Sun 9 am – 11 pm
Public Space Permit: New Sidewalk Cafe Un-Enclosed at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
816 Potomac Avenue SE: Zoning adjustment application – special exception to construct a four-story addition to an existing apartment house.
329 16th Street, SE: Zoning adjustment application – special exception to construct a third-story and rear addition to a principal dwelling unit and convert the dwelling into a flat.
710 E Street, SE: Historic Preservation application – concept/three-story rear addition.
423 4th Street, SE: Historic Preservation application – concept/rear three-story addition.
712 5th Street, SE: Historic Preservation application – concept/rear and rooftop additions.
304 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE – Historic Preservation Review – owner: Air Line Pilots Association International.
Resolution on Resident Only Parking for ANC 6B04.
Proposed Regulations on New Permit Process for Dockless Vehicles.
Comments on Notice of Intent on Short Term Calming Measures at Kentucky, Potomac, G, and 15th.
MPD, crime and community concerns: Sergeant Maurice MacDonald & Captain Knutsen, Metropolitan Police Department.
Resolution Supporting Daytime Loading Zone on C Street SE at 11th Street, SE.
Wednesday, November 14
ANC6C meets at 700pm, Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
MPD, crime and community concerns: Captain John Knutsen, 1st District.
Office of People’s Counsel update, Cheryl Morse.
Consent Calendar (items which will pass en bloc with one vote unless any commissioner objects)
Streets Market, 51 M Street NE, Class B and CR grocery and restaurant liquor license.
Café Fili, 701 Second Street NE, class C restaurant liquor license.
NoMa Parks Foundation update.
Rock n Roll Marathon, Saturday, March 9, 2019, new route.
Capital Bikeshare Station, New Jersey and F Streets, NW.
400 M Street, NE, Public Space application – driveway and patio modification at private residence.
Fancy Radish, 600 H Street, NE, Public Space application – unenclosed sidewalk café.
Louisiana Avenue bike lane.
Proposed rulemaking and legislation: RPP, dockless vehicles, solid waste collection.
Patterson Street, NE—update on RFP request, nonvoting item.
1200 Third Street NE, Zoning application – modification to previously approved PUD.
Thursday, November 15
Public Space Forum, 7:00pm, Hill Center, 922 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE: Ward 6 Matters: Putting the “Public” in Public Space.
“Be it the use of the curbside for parking or food trucks, pocket parks, increased density awarded as a result of a Planned Unit Development, the ubiquitous sidewalk cafes that dot our urban landscape or the provision of new roadways, the organization and administration of Public Space impacts the lives of District residents. “Public Space” is all horizontal space outside private property lines as well the air rights above the limit that property owners can develop as a matter of right.
On November 15 between 7 and 9 p.m., a public panel will discuss the manner in which the District of Columbia both administers public space as well as the means in which it is transferred permanently or leased to the private realm. Is the current system of public space administration adequate? Should it be reformed? Should there be more citizen involvement analogous to what occurs in zoning matters? The Hill Rag, The Ward 6 Democrats and Hill Center have selected a knowledgeable panel to discuss the current arrangements and brainstorm ideas for the future:”
Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen.
Associate Director for the Public Space Regulations Division (PSRD) Matthew Marcou.
The Chair of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6D Meredith Fascett.
Former Historic Preservation Board Member Nancy Metzger.
Founder and President of Greater Greater Washington and Executive Director of DC Sustainable Transportation (DCST) Dave Alpert.
Questions for the panelists will be taken both by email prior to the event at email@example.com and in writing at the event itself.
Join our panelists and neighbors for a lively discussion of the hows and whys of Public Space.
Sponsored by The Capitol Hill Community Foundation.
This is a free event: Register here: https://www.instantseats.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=buy.event&eventID=2399A72D-90BC-E87D-9FD63B0586D81E1C
Capitol Hill Restoration Society Zoning Committee meets at 7:30pm at Kirby House, 420 10th Street, SE.