The Week Ahead…Mayor Bowser Asks Residents to Avoid Downtown Tuesday/Wednesday

The Week Ahead…Mayor Bowser Asks Residents to Avoid Downtown Tuesday/Wednesday

by Larry Janezich

Posted January 3, 2021

Tuesday, January 5

ANC6B Planning and Zoning Committee holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm. 

For information on joining the meeting, go here:  https://anc6b.org/event/planning-zoning-committee-meeting/?instance_id=54

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • Update on Boys and Girls Club Term Sheet extension and modification. DGS Representative Erica Dukes and Sarosh Olpadwala Sarosh Developer representative Joel Kelty.
  • 514 Archibald Walk, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application. Special exceptions to convert an existing residential parking garage to a two-story, attached, principal dwelling.
  • 1507 E Street, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application. Special exception to construct a three-story rear addition and a third floor addition to an existing principal dwelling unit.
  • 514 9th Street, SE –Zoning Adjustment Application. Special exception to construct a second story addition to an existing one-story principal dwelling unit.
  • 314 10th Street, SE – Zoning Adjustment Application. Special exception to construct a two-story addition, with cellar, to an existing two-story principal dwelling unit.
  • 921 G Street, SE – Historic Preservation Application. Concept review for dogleg infill and partial one-story rooftop addition.

Wednesday, January 6

ANC6B Transportation Committee holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For information on joining the meeting, go here:  https://anc6b.org/event/transportation-committee-meeting/?instance_id=55

  • Request to Rename Ellen Wilson Street, SE.
  • Proposed ANC6B Traffic Calming Inventory.
  • Discussion of Evaluation Process in 4 Experimental Advisory Bike Lane Projects Undertaken or Planned by DDOT in ANC6B.

ANC6C Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee meets at 6:30pm.

For information on joining the meeting, go here: https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • 1165 3rd Street, NE, Zoning Adjustment Application – special exceptions  to construct a three-story rear addition to an existing attached dwelling unit.
  • Public hearing – Zoning Commission hearing on proposed zoning regulation amendments concerning penthouses.  Hearing date: Jan. 21, 2021.

Thursday, January 7

ANC6B Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For information on joining the meeting, ho here:  https://anc6b.org/event/alcohol-beverage-control-committee-meeting/?instance_id=56

Draft agenda:

  • BR Fine Wine & Spirits, 801 Virginia Avenue, SE (corner of 8th and L Streets, SE. Application for a New Retailer’s Class “A” Liquor Store.  Hours of operation:  Sunday through Saturday, 9:00am – 11:00pm. 

ANC6C Transportation and Public Space Committee holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For information on joining the meeting, go here: https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • NoMa Benches – Public Space Application for installation of sixteen 6-foot benches in the public space at three locations: (1) eight benches at 175 N Street NE (Metro entrance); (2) three benches at 1140 3rd Street NE by the Uline Arena; and (3) five benches at 1050 First Street NE. The benches are similar to existing benches already used in the NoMa neighborhood and in
  • Press House Artwork (301/331 N Street NE) – Public Space Application for the artwork structure along N Street NE associated with the Press House project located at 301/331 N Street NE. The artwork consists of three structures with maximum heights of 3.8, 2.8, and 3.9 feet above proposed grade. The overall construction permit for the project has been approved and issued.
  • Boiling Crab Sidewalk Cafe (400 H St NE) – Public Space Application – Follow up on last month’s discussion of the new application for an unenclosed sidewalk cafe at the Boiling Crab at 400 H Street NE. The proposed 1,073 sq. ft. cafe will face 4th Street NE. Submitted plans indicate a total of 16 tables, or 48 seats total. Other elements include string lights and railings.

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