The Week Ahead…
Monday, February 17
Presidents’ Day Holiday. No trash or recycling pickup.
Tuesday, February 18
ANC6A Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00pm, Sherwood Recreation Center, Corner of 10th and G Streets, NE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Honoring Coralie Farlee.
Discussion of late night noise on H Street near Linden Place.
Discussion of Red Rocks event noise,
Discussion of potential letter to establishments requesting signage asking patrons to be mindful of volume.
ANC6B Barracks Row Working Group Meeting, 6:30pm, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE – First Floor Conference Room.
Off duty Police Officers on 8th Street.
Round table Discussion on Homeless Challenges on Barracks Row/Eastern Market area.
Review and update the vison mission and goals of the Barracks’ Row Working Group.
Discuss Restaurant Challenges: Why some are leaving the street , i.e., Medium Rare.
Collective Business Services:
Collective Snow Removal, Rat abatement, alley power washing and other services possible offered by Barracks Row Main Street for a fixed price.
Wednesday, February 19
ANC6A Economic Development and Zoning Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00pm, Sherwood Recreation Center, Corner of 10th and G Streets, NE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
216 9th Street – Zoning Adjustment Application to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing attached flat.
1006 10th Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing semi-detached principal dwelling unit.
216 14th Place, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application to construct a two story rear addition to an existing attached principal dwelling unit.
326 11th Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application, concept for a a rear addition onto an existing structure in the Capitol Hill Historic District.
906 11th Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application to construct a penthouse and guardrails on top of the third floor addition to an existing attached principal dwelling unit.
18th Place and D Street, NE – Presentation and discussion of plans for development of an apartment complex with retail space.
Thursday, February 20
Benning Road Reconstruction and Streetcar Project Open House #2, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, River Terrace Education Campus, 405 Anacostia Avenue, NE.
As part of the ongoing Benning Road and Bridges Transportation Improvements Environmental Assessment (EA), DDOT has initiated this preliminary design project to advance the development of EA Build Alternative 2. At the open house, DDOT staff will provide an update on the project, present the DC-295 and Benning Road interchange preferred options, and receive public input. For more information, visit the updated project website at http://www.BenningProject.com
Friday, February 21
Mayor Bowser’s Ribbon cutting ceremony for Ward 6’s Short Term Family Housing Facility – The Aya – at 850 Delaware Avenue, SW. 11:30am.
Haitian art & Handcraft Sale at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 301 A Street, SE. Support art, education health and sustainable development in villages in rural Haiti, featuring a wide variety of paintings and handcrafts.
Friday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm (opening wine & cheese reception).
Saturday, 10:00am – 4:00pm.
Sunday, 9:am – 2:00pm.
Hosted by the Vassar Haiti Project and St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.
Purchases ate 50% tax deductible. Donations are 100% deductible.