The Week Ahead…& Photos from the Tribute to Justice Ginsburg at the Supreme Court
by Larry Janezich
The Week Ahead…
It’s a pretty quiet week (except for two additional meetings announced on Monday – see update below) – ANC6A’s Alcohol Beverage Control which usually meets on this coming Tuesday, will not meet, for lack of business. There’s a heads up below from 6A’s Transportation Committee for residents of Tennessee Avenue, NE, who may be seeing some bike lanes soon. The Eisenhower Memorial across the street from the Air & Space Museum opened to the public on Friday. Here’s a shot of the general layout.
A worrisome development for some is that Maryland is going to allow restaurants to expand indoor dining to 75% of capacity starting Monday. Mayor Bowser will probably get some questions on that at her next situational update – maybe tomorrow. Otherwise, it looks pretty quiet through the end of the month.
Monday, September 21
ANC 6A Transportation & Public Space Committee Meeting holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.
Information on joining the meeting can be found here: https://anc6a.org/community-calendar/ – scroll down to the appropriate meeting.
Among items on the draft agenda:
Response from Andrew DeFrank as to whether raised crosswalks are available as a possible traffic calming solution.
Progress report on outstanding issues – list will be provided to Mr. DeFrank, in advance.
Consideration of additional pedestrian/traffic safety issues, as suggested by commissioners and community members (see list at end of document) – this may be taken out of order or postponed to allow time for adequate discussion of new business items.
Notice of Intent – Tennessee Avenue, NE, Advisory Bike Lanes. The general concept is for two-way vehicular traffic to share a single central lane with parking and bike lanes on either side.
Public space application at 1660 Gales Street, NE, for exception from fence requirement. Applicant is requesting a 6ft tall fence non-transparent wooden fence on the 17th Street side of the property. Permit is required because regulations are not to exceed 42” and must be at least 50% open.
Two aditional virtual meetings for this week were announced today, as follows:
Tuesday, September 22
ANC6B will hold a virtual meeting at 2:00pm with Felice Development to finalize a Memorandum of Understanding re proffer language related to the Adult Day Center. At issue is constructing the MOU to make sure funding for initiating the Day Center ends up with Capitol Hill Village and to loosen the restrictions to allow consideration for locating the center on Reservation 13.
Meeting number: 172 829 8938
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Wednesday, September 23
The Department of General Services will hold a virtual meeting with the Eastern Market Metro Park Advisory Group at 1:30pm, to give an update on plans for completing the playground on Parcel 1 of the Metro Plaza and the plan for beginning construction on Parcel 4 where the Metro entrance is located.
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