The Week Ahead…It’s Liquor License Renewal Time – Time to Raise Bad Neighbor Issues

Eastern Market, circa 8:00pm, April 24.

The Week Ahead…It’s Liquor License Renewal Time – Time to Raise Bad Neighbor Issues

by Larry Janezich

Monday, April 1

ANC6B Transportation Committee will meet at 7:00pm in the ground floor conference room of the Hine Project – 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, entrance to left of Trader Joe’s. 

Among items on the draft agenda:

Proposed improvements to 1300 block of E Street, SE.

Speed Cameras as a traffic calming device for residential neighborhoods.

Proposed Circulator Turnaround at Eastern Market Metro.

Pedestrian Safety Solutions for the Intersections of South Carolina Avenue, SE; E Street, SE; and 4th Street, SE.

ANC 6C Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Committee will meet at 7:00pm, Kaiser Permanente, 700 2nd Street, NE.

Among items on the draft agenda:

Liquor license renewals for:

116 Club, 234 3rd Street NE, Washington.

Le Grenier, 502 H Street NE.

Ethiopic Restaurant, 401 H Street NE.

Charlie Palmer Steak, 101 Constitution Avenue, NW.

Union Pub, 201 Massachusetts Avenue, NE.

New Application:

Aroma, 707 H Street, NE, Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant license.

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

Agenda not available at press time. 

Washington Bach Consort Returns with Free Music Series, 12:10pm, St. Peter’s Church (see details below)*

Tuesday, April 2

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

Among items on the draft agenda:

811 E Street SE; Historic Preservation Application – Concept: 2-story rear addition with partial 3rd floor, new windows and wells on front, back and side. New siding.

1719 C Street, SE; Zoning Adjustment Application – Special Exception to replace the existing one story accessory building with a two-story building containing an accessory apartment.

Discussion of the CHAW Lease Act.

Compilation of topics and questions for Office of Planning, who will be at our May meeting. Ideas include the Comprehensive Plan, Conservation Districts, alley development on tax lots.

Talk of the Hill with Bill Press: Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT)

Representative Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) joins Bill Press for a discussion of the current Democratic majority, her career and the major issues of the day.  7:00pm – 8:30pm, The Hill Center.  Tickets $10.00 – see here:  http://www.hillcenterdc.org/event/talk-of-the-hill-with-bill-press-congresswoman-rosa-delauro-d-ct/

Wednesday, April 3

Eastern Market Metro Plaza Community Meeting, 7:00pm in Eastern Market’s North Hall. 

Agenda:

Department of General Services update on changes in the design post DC Commission on Fine Arts requests for changes in the design.

ANC6C Planning, Zoning, and Economic Development Committee meets at 7:00pm, Northeast Library, 7th and D Streets, NE.

Among items on the draft agenda:

Logan School, 215 G Street, NE – Informational presentation on current design concepts for school modernization and expansion. Representative: TBD.

414 Constitution Avenue, NE  – Historic Preservation Application for concept approval for three-story rear addition with cellar, rooftop addition, rear deck, balcony, and conversion to two-family dwelling.

414 Constitution Avenue, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application a special exception to construct a three-story rear addition to an existing, attached principal dwelling.

639 Lexington Place, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application for special exception to construct a rear addition to an existing attached principal dwelling unit.

1120 Abbey Place, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application to construct a two-story, rear addition to an existing, attached principal dwelling unit

429 5th Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application – Revised application for concept approval for three-story rear addition and one-story rooftop addition.

120 7th Street, NE – Discussion of potential BZA appeal from the February 28 issuance of permit in violation of the penthouse regulations.

DCRA Director confirmation hearing – Discussion of potential topics for ANC6C testimony on April 23.

Thursday, April 4

ANC6B Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee will meet at 7:00pm in the ground floor conference room of the Hine Project – 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, entrance to left of Trader Joe’s.  Due to the large number of cases, start times have been staggered to accommodate the occupancy limits of the meeting space for the meeting.

Alcohol license renewals:

7:00 PM

Young Chow Asian Restaurant; 312 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

District Taco; 656 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Sizzling Express; 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

The Pretzel Bakery; 257 15th Street, SE.

National Democratic Club; 30 Ivy Street, SE

Sanphan Thai Cuisine; 653 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Nooshi Capitol Hill; 524 8th Street, SE.

Belga Café; 514 8th Street, SE.

Beuchert’s Saloon; 623 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

8:00 PM

Little Pearl; 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Rose’s Luxury; 717 8th Street, SE.

Pineapple and Pearls; 715 8th Street, SE.

Trattoria Alberto; 504 8th Street, SE.

District Soul Food; 500 8th Street, SE.

Bullfeathers; 410 1st Street, SE.

Lavagna; 539 8th Street, SE.

9:00 PM

Joselito, LLC, Casa de Comidas; 660 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

 Montmartre/7th Hill; 327 7th Street, SE.

Atish on the Hill; 609 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Bullfrog Bagels; 317 7th Street, SE.

ANC6C Transportation and Public Space Committee meets at 7:00pm at Kaiser Permanente, 700 2nd Street, NE.  

Among items on the draft agenda:

Announcement:  Maryland Avenue Project groundbreaking

Washington Gateway – 200 Florida Avenue, NE – Public Space application for approved PUD for Phase II and III of the Washington Gateway mixed-use development. Improvements in public space at 200 Florida Avenue, NE, include sidewalk improvements, standard DDOT streetscape improvements, 2 window wells, continuation of existing retaining wall, handrail, door swing, canopy projections, and curb replacement as needed for utility trenching.

3rd and A Street, NE – Notice of Intent published by DDOT to install an all‐ way stop control at the intersection of 3rd Street and A Street, NE.

DDOT Budget Oversight

The committee will discuss items to include in testimony for the budget oversight hearing for DDOT, to be held on April 11.

Friends of Southeast Library (FOSEL) meet at 5:30pm, Southeast Library, lower level.

Agenda:

Discussion of the April 13 book sale.

Report from the Southeast Library staff.

Opening, Art Exhibit The Corner Store:  Spring Comes

The exhibit features six DC-area artists, all women, and funs April 5 – May 15, and features Kimberley Bursic, Heike Gramckow, Karen Cohen, Alex Tolstoy, Janet Seifert, Joyce McCarten, and Rosabel Goodman. A reception/meet the artists will be held April 13.  900 South Carolina Avenue, SE.

Saturday, April 6

Community Litter Clean-up. 

At 9:00am, volunteers can pick up bags and gloves at the locations listed below.  Return bags to any of the locations.  Chick-fil-A offers a free breakfast sandwich.  At 10:00am, Fulcrum offers mimosas, coffee, and donuts.  This month, organizers are adding a cleanup of 19th Street – meet at the Metro entrance nearest RFK Stadium at 9am.

Fulcrum Properties:  1328 G Street, NE.

Trusty’s: 1420 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

7-11: 1501 Independence Avenue, SE.

Atlas Vet: 1326 H Street, NE.

Chick-fil-A: 1401 Maryland Avenue, NE.

Events at Southeast Library for adults and kids

There are a lot of programs for adults and kids at Southeast Library.  Here’s a link to events during April:  https://bit.ly/2JTOdnj

American Folklife Concerts at the Library of Congress:

The American Folklife Center’s Homegrown concert series presents the very best of traditional music and dance from a variety of folk cultures thriving in the United States. All concerts are free of charge, do not require tickets for admission, and are presented from noon to 1:00 p.m. in the Library’s historic Coolidge Auditorium or the intimate Whittall Pavilion. One of goals of the series is to bring the multicultural richness of American folk arts from around the country to the Capitol. To make sure that we are getting the very best artists from all regions of the country, we work closely with state folklorists in each state, who advise us on artists and styles of performance that are important in their regions. The Center also works with several other areas of the Library, and several outside partners, including the Millennium Stage of the Kennedy Center, to stage this series of concerts. For more information about Homegrown Concerts and other AFC events, call the Folklife Research Center at (202) 707-5510, or email folklife@loc.gov.  Here’s a link to a list of upcoming concerts:   http://www.loc.gov/concerts/folklife/?loclr=eafe

*Music from the Washington Bach Consort

The new season of free, noontime music from the Washington Bach Consort continues on Capitol Hill on Monday, April 1, at St. Peter’s Church, (313 2nd St., SE).   The series continues until May on the first Monday of each month. Each show starts at 12:10pm and free to the general public.

The series continues the Bach Consort’s mission of introducing and making accessible the music of J.S. Bach to audiences who may not have prior familiarity with his work or with classical music in general.

For a full schedule and more info, visit: https://bachconsort.org/noontime-cantatas/

The upcoming free Cantata Series Capitol Hill performances are as follows:

Monday, April 1, 12:10pm

Capital Cantata at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill

Cantata: Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke, BWV 84

Monday, May 6, 12:10pm

Capital Cantata at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill

Cantata: Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal in das Reich Gottes eingehen, BWV 146

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