The Week Ahead…MPD updates on Oct 20 Homicide in 900 Block of 5th Street, SE – Tuesday
Monday, November 26
ANC6A Community Outreach Committee meets at 7:00pm at Eastern High School, 1700 East Capitol Street NE in the Parent Center.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Presentation: Marcus Roberson – WoodBox Farms.
Tuesday, November 27
ANC6B’s Executive Committee meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, to set the agenda for the December 13 meeting of ANC6B.
PSA 106 (Police Service Area) meets at 7:00pm at the Capper Community Center (5th & K streets, SE).
MPD will give an update on the October 20 homicide and address other resident concerns. (At approximately 3:53 pm, members of the First District responded to the report of an unconscious person in the 900 block of 5th Street, SE. Police located an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound. DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and found that the victim displayed no signs consistent with life. The decedent has been identified as 19-year-old Antonio Dixon, of Southeast, DC.)
Wednesday, November 28
Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) meets at 7:00pm in the North Hall, Eastern Market, 225 7th Street, SE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Report on the Eastern Market Metro Plaza Community Meeting of Thursday, December 13th.
Market Managers Report.
Holiday Market plans.
Update on status of lease negotiations for the South Hall merchants.
Update on parking issues.
Thursday, November 29
Sustainable Waterfronts will show two short films on DC Waterfronts at 7:00pm at Hill Center:
On the Waterfront with Arthur Cotton Moore. This film highlights the work that Moore did in the 1960s and 1970s to rescue the Georgetown Waterfront from the stinky slum that it had become. Arthur Cotton Moore is a world-acclaimed architect for recently refurbished the interior of the Library of Congress.
Capitol Hill and Waterfront: A Bridge Across History. This new film was made with grant support from the Capitol Hill Community Foundation. It traces the historic relationship of the Southeast waterfront with the Capitol Hill community since the Capital was founded in 1791.
Sustainable Waterfronts is a 5013c foundation that focuses on the historic development of parks and rivers in the District of Columbia and beyond. Its mission is to help preserve the heritage of the city by producing educational films which can be distributed for free to community groups and public schools in the District. Washington is currently in the throes of great economic changes and social development. By offering a historical documentary on a vital part of our capitol, Sustainable Waterfront hopes to preserve a visual memory of a past that is slowly disappearing.
Saturday, December 1
Community Litter Cleanup – Free Mimosas, Coffee & Donuts Will Follow. Volunteers pick up bags and gloves at the following locations:
Fulcrum Properties – 1328 G Street, SE
Trusty’s 1420 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
7-11 – 1501 Independence Avenue, SE
Atlas Vet – 1326 H Street, NE
Chik-fil-A 1401 Maryland Avenue, SE (offering free breakfast sandwich to volunteers)
Volunteers return filled bags to any of these sponsors. At 10:00am, Fulcrum Properties offers mimosas, coffee and donuts to volunteers.
Info on rain cancellation will be available by emailing here: CleanCapHill@gmail.com