The Week Ahead…Renaming Tyler and Brent? & Some Photos from the Past Week

The Week Ahead…Renaming Tyler and Brent? & Some Photos from the Past Week

by Larry Janezich

July 12, 2020

DC General is coming down., July 7. (click to enlarge)

 

DC General – another view, July 7.

 

Congressional Cemetery Phase Two Partial Opening – Until Further Notice: EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 8am, K9 Corps Members ONLY. For more info of reopening, see here:  https://congressionalcemetery.org/

 

A look inside the new Southeast Safewayat 14th and D Streets, July 12

 

A look inside Jeni’s Ice Creams, on Barrack Row, at 526 8th Street   July 11.

 

Columbus Circle and Union Station, July 10.

 

The Week Ahead…Renaming Tyler and Brent?

Monday, July 13

ANC6D meets at 7:00pm.  This meeting will be a Webex virtual meeting. Go here for the link & Call-In number to join this public meeting: https://www.anc6d.org/virtualmeeting/

Among items on the draft agenda:

Public Safety Report- First District MPD (PSA 103, PSA 105 & PSA 106) Capt. Dorrough, Lt. Donigian.

Request for investigation into environmental injustice for Buzzard Point community.

Letter of Support for application to install a mural adjacent to Syphax Gardens.

Letter of inquiry to EOM RE: inspection failure at Ward 6 Short Term Family Housing site.

Letter to DC AG concerning Monopoles.

Presentations:

DC Black Agenda – Latisha Chisholm.

Spin Equity Program – Alexander Davis.

Wharf Quarterly Update – Matt Steenhoek, Tony Albanese.

Discussion of DC United’s Plan to reopen with spectators.

Notice of Intent:  Installation of protected bikeways 900-1400 block of 1st Street, SE.

Van Ness Elementary School Redevelopment Project.

Illegally parked Verizon vehicles – Mario Acosta-Velez.

Letter concerning After Hours utility work.

WhyHotel Final Report.

Letter to DC Public Library to open Interim SW Library.

Tuesday, July 14

ANC6B meets at 7:00pm.  This meeting will be a Webex virtual meeting. Go here for the link & Call-In number to join this public meeting https://www.anc6b.org/calendar/

Among items on the agenda:

Address to the Capitol Hill Community: Chair Brian Ready.

419 8th Street, SE, Historic Preservation Application – concept approval for adding a second story to existing building.

741 12th  Street, SE, Historic Preservation Application – concept approval for two-story rear addition plus roof deck; One story garage at alley.

715 10th  Street, SE, Historic Preservation Application – concept approval for two-story rear addition.

Rear 203 3rd Street, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application – Special exceptions and variance to allow a second story addition to existing alley building.

Report from 1333 M Street SE PUD Subcommittee.

Letter to DDOT in support of temporarily conversion of selected parking lanes on Barracks Tow to pedestrian walkways.

ANC 6B’s Grant Applicants Review.

Resolution in support of Bill B23-0234, Advisory Commission on Monuments, Markers, and Symbols Establishment Act of 2019, as well as support for any potential student- or parent-led efforts to rename Brent and Tyler Elementary Schools in 6B.

ANC 6A Economic Development and Zoning Committee will meet at 7:00pm. This meeting will be a Webex virtual meeting. Here is the link and/or the call-In number to join this public meeting:

For those attending via WebEx: use this link:

https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php?MTID=ee62928fcb3ce888920052fdc91f6ef00

Call-in Number: 202-860-2110 – Meeting number (access code): 160 264 6217

Among items on the draft agenda: 

308 11th Street, NE – Historic Preservation Application – concept approval for a new third floor addition and roof deck over an existing house in the Capitol Hill Historic District.

722 19th Street, NE  – Zoning Adjustment Application for special exceptions to construct a second-story rear deck addition to an existing semi-detached principal dwelling unit.

1637 D Street, NE:  Informational discussion on a project to remove an existing concreat rear deck and replace it with a rear addition.

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2 responses to “The Week Ahead…Renaming Tyler and Brent? & Some Photos from the Past Week

  1. DEBORAH L HERNANDEZ

    Do we know when Jeni’s is scheduled to open? Ed. Note. Not sure, but they look close.

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