The Week Ahead…Community Meeting on Redevelopment of SE Library – Next Tuesday at 7:00pm
by Larry Janezich
Also, the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee met last Wednesday.
The Week Ahead…
Monday, March 2
ANC6C’s Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00pm at Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center, 700 Second Street, NE.
An agenda was not available at press time.
Tuesday, March 3
ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee meets at 7:00pm at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue, SE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
710 E Street, SE – Historic Preservation Application for a rear 3-story addition.
Washington Yacht Club, 1500 M Street SE – Historic Preservation Application for New Designation as a Historic Landmark.
1247 E Street, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application – Time extension request to extend permitting an additional 2 years on variance from the use provisions to operate a coffee shop/café in the first floor space within an existing apartment house.
1330 K Street, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application – Special Exception to construct a third story and a rear addition to convert a single-family dwelling unit into two dwelling units and to expand an accessory building for a third residential unit.
20-219 512 A Street, SE – Historic Preservation Application to construct new 2-story carriage house at rear alley.
Eat Brgz, 250 7th Street, SE – Public Space Application –New Sidewalk Cafe Un-Enclosed/Add Sidewalk Cafe seating adjacent to existing Summer Garden, located on the 7th Street side of building.]
ANC6C Environment, Parks and Event Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00pm at Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center, 700 Second Street.
Community Meeting on the Redevelopment of Southeast Library
Community Meeting: 7:00pm, North Hall of Eastern Market. DC Public Library officials and members of the design/build team of Whiting-Turner Construction/Quinn Evans Architects will engage members of the community and seek input on the $23 million redevelopment of the historic Southeast Neighborhood Library.
For more information on the project and to take a survey regarding how much you use the library, go here: https://www.dclibrary.org/southeastlibraryrenovation
Wednesday, March 4
ANC6B Transportation Committee meets at 7:00pm in the Ground Floor Conference Room, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
Update on Pennsylvania Avenue SE Corridor Study – Mike Goodno, DDOT
Review of DDOT Proposed Rulemaking on Electric Charging Stations
ANC 6C Planning, Zoning, and Economic Development Committee meets at 6:30pm, Northeast Library, 7th & D Streets, NE.
Among items on the draft agenda:
22 M Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application to permit an animal care and boarding use on the ground floor of an existing mixed use building.
630 C Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application to permit a rear addition and a two-story carriage house.
645 Lexington Place, NE – Historic Preservation Application to demolish garage and construct three-story rear addition and new front steps.
Thursday, March 5
ANC6B Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee meets at 7:00pm in the Frager’s Conference Room at the Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
1420 Pennsylvania Avenue, Trusty’s Bar – request to install three Dragon’s Ascent electronic games of skill machines.
ANC 6C Transportation and Public Space Committee meets at 7:00pm at Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center, 700 2nd Street, NE.
The committee will review the request for the following residential permit parking blocks to be designated as resident-only parking:
Union Station parking challenges:
200 E, 300 E, 200 F, 300 F, 500 2nd, 500 3rd, 600 3rd (all in NE)
Congressional building parking challenges:
200 C, 300 C, 400 3rd (all in NE)
Union Station Expansion and Burnham Place Projects
Representatives from the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation and the Federal Railroad Administration will provide an update on the Union Station Expansion project.
Representatives: Beverley Swaim-Staley, Union Station Redevelopment Corporation; David Valenstein, FRA; and Gretchen Pfaehler, consultant.
Streets Market, 51 M Street, NE – Public Space Application for a proposed unenclosed sidewalk cafe with ten 32” x 64” tables (four of which are ADA accessible) and a total of 40 seats. Proposed hours of operation are from 7am to 11pm, 7 days a week. The cafe proposes to also have a 3’ tall fence.
Friends of Southeast Library meet at 5:30pm at Southeast Library, lower level.
Saturday, March 7
Hill East Community Litter Cleanup
1st Saturday, March 7, 9:00 am; Trusty’s and Atlas Vets have 10:00am cleanup starts. Volunteer bag and glove pick-up locations include 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); and Wine & Butter Cafe, 1023 East Capitol Street. Volunteers return filled bags to any of these sponsors. At 10:00 am, Fulcrum Properties offers mimosas, coffee and donuts to volunteers. Info on rain cancellation will be available by emailing here: CleanCapHill@gmail.com
One response to “The Week Ahead…Community Meeting on Redevelopment of SE Library – Next Tuesday at 7:00pm”
Ah, the SE Library. I got to watch a gentleman sit on the back steps, shoot up, relax for a bit, and then return to the area around the Metro to stumble around. Can’t wait for the renovation.