The Week Ahead…and Some Photos from the Past Week

The Week Ahead…and Some Photos from the Past Week

by Larry Janezich

Posted October 11, 2020

The Week Ahead…

Monday, October 12

In observance of Columbus Day, most Department of Public Works (DPW) services will be suspended on Monday, October 10. There will be no city trash or recycling collection, no street or alley cleaning, graffiti removal or nuisance abatement.

ANC6D will hold its October meeting on Tuesday, October 13. 

Night one of the Ward 6 Community Forum on the DC Council At-Large Race. 

Tuesday, October 13

ANC6B will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.  For a link to join the meeting, go here:  https://www.anc6b.org/calendar/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • Handle 19 Inc, 319 Pennsylvania Ave SE; class B license – sport betting.  Request to ABRA for deferment until after November 12, 2020
  • Letter to ABRA on ABRA Expanded Hours for Inauguration 2021
  • 1309 Potomac Avenue, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application.  Special Exception to construct a two-story accessory garage structure in the rear yard of an existing attached principal dwelling unit.
  • 400 Seward Square, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application.  Area Variance to permit an addition of 3 units to the existing 14-unit apartment building
  • ANC 6B map amendment of Boathouse Row which if enacted would preclude the development of a helipad. 
  • ANC6B Support for Traffic Safety Assessment (400 block of 13th Street SE).
  • ANC6B Support for Traffic Safety Assessment (1300 & 1400 block D Street SE, 14th/Kentucky, SE Intersection).
  • Resolution on Separating Residential Permit Parking from Ward Boundaries.
  • Contract modification to Eastern Branch Boys and Girls Club project to 100% affordable senior rental housing.
  • 514 Archibald Walk SE – Historic Preservation Application.  One story rooftop addition to existing garage.
  • Department of Transportation Notice of Intent on Kentucky Avenue Advisory Bike Lanes Proposal.
  • DDOT Proposed Rulemaking on Revisions to Annual VPP and Temporary Parking Pass Programs.

ANC6D will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.  For a link to join the meeting, go here:  https://www.anc6d.org/virtualmeeting/

Among items on the draft agenda:

Among items on the draft agenda: 

  • Announcement of Special Business Meeting – October 27 at 7pm via WebEx
  • Presentation:  Attorney General Karl Racine. 
  • Public Safety Report- First District MPD (PSA 103, PSA 105 & PSA 106) Capt. Dorrough, Lt. Donigian.
  • Letter to DOEE concerning communication issues.
  • DGS Lease Comments – 1015 Half Street, SE.
  • Presentation:  USAODC Update – Douglas Klein, Assistant United States Attorney.
  • Homeless Encampments – Virginia Ave, 3rd/4th St SE underpass (CM Daniels) 8:25 15 Min.
  • Cambria Hotel – 69 Q Street, SW – Liquor license application. 
  • 1319 South Capitol Street – Zoning Application Design Review.   
  • 45 Q Street, SW – Preview.
  • Parcel Q – Brookfield – Discussion.
  • Letter to DCRA – Parc Riverside Loading Dock – 1011 1st Street, SE.
  • Closing of 1200 block of Half Street, SE for pedestrian use.
  • Letter of Support for Permanent SW COVID-19 Testing Site.

ANC 6C Environment, Parks & Events Committee has scheduled a virtual meeting for 7:00pm (originally scheduled for Tuesday, October 6). 

For a link to join the meeting, go here:  https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • NoMa Parks update
  • Public bathrooms legislation

Wednesday, October 14

ANC6C will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.  For a link to join the meeting, go here:  https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda.

Brief Community Announcements:

  1. Marcus Goodwin, At-Large Council member candidate.
  2. Douglas Klein, U.S. Attorney’s Office of Community Prosecutor.
  3. Scott Price, Seniors’ concern about wearing masks during the pandemic.
  • Craft Beer Cellar DC, 333 H Street NE – Class A license and request to renew single sales moratorium exception. 
  • Games of Skill discussion.
  • Yotel, 415 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Public Space Application, numerous renovations.
  • Washington Gas Maryland Avenue, NE update
  • DDOT proposed rulemaking on visitor parking passes.
  • 301 Florida Avenue NE, Zoning Application –Two-year extension of the PUD.
  • 622 Eye Street, NE – Zoning Adjustment Application – Revised application, special exception to convert  a residential building into a five-unit apartment house.
  • 646 E Street, NE, Zoning Adjustment Application – Two story rear addition, special exceptions from rear addition requirements and lot occupancy requirements.
  • 646 E Street, NE, Historic Preservation Application – Concept approval to construct a two-story rear addition.
  • 520 Groff Court, NE—Discussion of Zoning Adjustment Application (construction).
  • NoMa Parks update.
  • Public bathrooms legislation discussion. 
  • Grant application from J.O. Wilson, software for distance learning.

Night two of the Ward 6 Community Forum on the DC Council At-Large Race. 

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