The Week Ahead…& DDOT Director Marootian Is at ANC6A on Thursday

The Sunday Flea Market at Eastern Market came out of hibernation today.  The flea market takes time off during the slow months of January and February and reemerge in the spring.  

The Week Ahead…

by Larry Janezich

Monday, March 9

ANC6D meets at 7:00pm, 1385 Canal Street, SE, DC Water and Sewer Authority.

Among items on the Draft Agenda:

Public Safety Report – First District MPD (PSA 103, PSA 105 & PSA 106) Capt. Pulliam, Lt. Donigian, Lt. Anderson.

Consent Agenda

March of Dimes – March for Babies Walk – May 9.

Army 10-Miler – October 11.

Prevent Cancer Foundation 5k – November 1.

8th Annual DC Metro HBCU Alliance 5k Run/Walk & Community Day – July 11.

Providence Health Imaging Center Letter of Support.

Request for extension of placarding ESQ Bower LLC.

Pillar Church SW Picnic at Jefferson Field – Request for Amplified Sound.

Letter of support for The Bullpen, one-day substantial change application for April 2, July 4, and July 29.

Letter of support for Walters one-day substantial change application for April 2.

Presentations & Resolutions

Office of People’s Counsel Utilities Presentation – Cheryl Morse.

Amerigroup – Audree Hall.

National Cherry Blossom Festival – Petalpalooza.

2020 Census Support Resolution.

Alcohol Beverage Licensing.

La Famosa – 1300 4th Street, SE – New Class “C” Restaurant License, Cooperative Agreement.

Colada – 10 Pearl Street, SW – New Class “C” Restaurant License, Cooperative Agreement & Stipulated License.

Roy Boys – 1025 1st Street, SE – Class “C” Restaurant License, Protest Application.

Development, Planning, and Transportation

1900 Half Street, SW – Zoning Application – Modification of Consequence to Design Review (Educational Use).

Follow-up letter to PSC regarding utilities oversight.

Letter to WMATA regarding idling buses.

Tuesday, March 10

ANC 6B meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Among items on the Draft Agenda:

Consent Agenda

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.

512 A Street, SE – Historic Preservation Application to construct new 2-story carriage house at rear alley.

250 7th Street, SE, Eat BRGZ – Public Space Application for New Sidewalk Cafe Un-Enclosed/Add Sidewalk Cafe seating adjacent to existing Summer Garden, located on the 7th Street side of building.

FY2021 Budget Oversight Testimony at Office of Planning.

Presentations:

Director Robinson, Director of DC DMV – Real ID Renewals and Timelines, etc.

Alcohol Beverage Licensing

1420 Pennsylvania Avenue, Trusty’s Bar, request to install three (3) Dragon’s Ascent electronic games of skill machines.

Planning and Zoning

710 E Street, SE – Historic Preservation Application to permit a rear 3-story addition.

1330 K Street, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application – to waive the 40-day Notice Requirement for Increased Relief for the 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.

Review of NCPC’s Lighting Policy and Framework of its Monumental Core Streetscape Project.

Letter on RES-13 to Mayor Bowser and DC Council.

Resolution on Supporting DC’s Homeless Funding Effort.

Resolution to DCHA Requesting Information Regarding Potomac Gardens Housing Plans.

Resolution in Support of the Friends of Virginia Avenue Park.

Wednesday, March 11

ANC6C meets at 7:00pm, Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE.

Among items on the Draft Agenda:

Community Announcements

Mayor’s budget—Tyler Williams.

DPW spring cleaning—Celeste Duffie.

311 services—Jettia Vance.

Alcoholic Beverage Licensing.

Junction Bistro, Bar, and Bakery; 238 Massachusetts Avenue, NE – Application for a sidewalk café.

Transportation and Public Space

Request for resident-only parking—Union Station: 200 E, 300 E, 200 F, 300 F, 500 2nd, 500 3rd, 600 3rd; Congressional buildings: 200 C, 300 C, 400 3rd, 200 A, 300 A, 400 A, 700 A, unit 3rd, 100 3rd, unit 4th, and 100 4th (all in NE).

Union Station Expansion/Burnham Place projects.

Streets Market, 51 M Street NE, Public Space Application for a sidewalk café.

Hotel/office/retail project, 20 Mass Avenue, NW – Public Space Application.

DC Council budget oversight hearings

Planning, Zoning, and Economic Development

22 M Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application for a special exception to allow animal care and boarding use.

630 C Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application for concept approval to add a rear addition and a two-story carriage house.

 645 Lexington Place, NE – Historic Preservation Application – concept approval to demolish garage and construct a three-story rear addition and new front steps.

Environment, Parks, and Events

NoMa Parks update.

Capitol Hill Classic races, May 17.

Thursday, March 12

ANC6A meets at 7:00pm at Miner Elementary, 601 15th Street, NE.

Among items on the Draft Agenda:

Presentation:

Jeff Marootian, Director, District Department of Transportation.

Alcohol Beverage Licensing

Letter to all establishments with Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) licenses in ANC 6A reminding establishments of settlement agreement requirements: 1) to take steps to address loitering in front of establishments; and 2) to post signage asking that patrons not make excessive noise when arriving or departing.

Transportation and Public Space

1387 North Carolina Avenue, NE – Letter to DDOT stating that the ANC has no substantial objection to the public space permit application for fence over 42 inches at 1387 North Carolina Avenue, NE, provided that the permit is corrected to list the current owner and state the correct height of the fence, and that ANC6A send a letter to the company that built the fence requesting that they do not perform unpermitted work in the future and suggesting that it compensate the current owner for her time in obtaining the retroactive permit.

Request for Resident Only Parking (ROP) for the unit block of 10th Street, NE; the 100 block of 10th Street, NE; the 1000 block of Massachusetts Avenue, NE; the 100 Block of 9th Street, NE; the unit block of 9th Street, NE; and the 1200 block of Linden Place, NE.

Economic Development and Zoning

216 9th Street, Zoning Adjustment Application for special exceptions to permit construction of a two-story rear addition to an existing attached flat on the conditions that  the applicant conducting a shadow study to ensure that there is no impact on the light and air of the neighbors, and best efforts to get letters of support from neighbors.

1006 10th Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application for special exceptions to permit construction of a two-story rear addition to an existing semi-detached principal dwelling unit on the condition that the applicant conducting a shadow study to ensure that there is no impact on the light and air of the neighbors, and best efforts to get letters of support from neighbors.

216 14th Place, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application for a special exception to permit construction of a two story rear addition to an existing attached principal dwelling unit on the condition that the applicant make best efforts to get letters of support from neighbors at   220 and 212 14th Place, NE and from the neighbor across the alley at 223 11th Street, NE.

326 11th Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application – for relief to build a rear addition onto an existing structure.

Saturday, March 14

Friends of Southeast Library hold their Second Saturday Book sale at Southeast Library, 10:00am – 3:00pm

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