The Week Ahead – Highlights of Upcoming ANC Meetings – Photos

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The Week Ahead – Highlights of Upcoming ANC Meetings – Photos

by Larry Janezich

Highlights of the Upcoming ANC meetings:

  • Wednesday, ANC6C – DC Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton
  • Wednesday – Alcoholic Beverage Control Board – Review of Protestant Motion to Dismiss Protest Hearing in Case of Handle 19, Inc.
  • Thursday, ANC6A – CM Charles Allen
  • Thursday – MOVEDC Virtual Town Hall

The Week Ahead

Monday, February 8

ANC6D will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

Information on how to join the meeting is here: 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

Presentation:  Paid Family Leave Program – DOES, Michael Henderson

ABC Committee Report

  • Vitas Vinos, 1100 2nd Place, SE. New Retailer Class A License
  • Nara Ya, 88 District Square SW, New Class C License.
  • Officina, 1120 Maine Ave. Class B renewal.
  • WSC 20 LLC, 71 Potomac Avenue, SE. Class C Tavern License.

Development, Planning, and Transportation

  • 280 12th Street SW, Zoning Application. Special Exception Review.
  • Update – “Eye” Street SW/SE Safety Project – DDOT, Greg Matlesky.
  • Update – New Jersey Avenue, SE, bike lane extension project – DDOT, Will Handsfield

Consent Agenda

  • Letter to DPW, DCHA, & Edgewood Mgmt: regarding trash pickup & security cameras in Capitol Quarter – Brant Snyder
  • Letter to DDOT following up on previous 5G monopole letters
  • Letter to DCRA on permitting process
  • Letter to DCHA on the status of Greenleaf maintenance and upkeep

Tuesday, February 9

ANC6B will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm. 

Since the ANC6B website is down as of this posting, info on joining the meeting is below:

Event address for attendees: https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php?MTID=e0c8fe5cb34ceef694473fbb535faceb1

Event number: 180 357 1529

Event password: daPU8zwJi67

Video Address: 1803571529@dcnet.webex.com

You can also dial 173.243.2.68 and enter your meeting number.

Audio conference:

To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the event, or call the number below and enter the access code.

Call-in toll number (US/Canada)

1-650-479-3208                                                   

Among items on the draft agenda: 

Consent Agenda        

Planning and Zoning Committee

  • 631 G Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application.  Construct second-story addition to existing garage
  • 320 9th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application.  Construct two-story horizontal addition to rear of residential property. 
  • 515 10th Street, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application.   Special Exception to construct a second story on existing one-story garage.
  • 515 10th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application.  Construct a 2nd story addition to existing one-story garage.
  • 1381 Potomac Avenue, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application. Special Exception to construct a new, two-story rear addition with cellar, to an existing two-story, attached, principal dwelling unit. 
  • 102 9th Street, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application.  Special Exception to construct a penthouse addition to an existing three-story, attached, principal dwelling unit. 
  • ANC 6B Letter to Historic Preservation Review Board requesting clarification of standards of review for height for garages and alley buildings

Transportation Committee

  • Send ANC November 2020 Letter on SE Boulevard to DDOT Acting Director.

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Planning and Zoning Committee

  • Discussion and vote on motion to support Text Amendment to add Inclusionary Zoning Requirements to NC-6 (Lower Barracks Row) Zone.

Transportation Committee

  • Draft Resolution on Restoring Pedestrian, Bike, & Transit Access Through Capitol Grounds.

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Election of Committee Chairs & Re-establishment of ANC6B Task Forces & Working Group

Election of ANC 6B Representative to the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee

ANC6C Environment, Parks and Events Committee will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

Info on joining the meeting is here:  https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Agenda not available. 

Wednesday, February 10

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6C will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm. 

Info on how to join the meeting is here:  https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda:

D.C. Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton

  • Homeless encampments on NPS federal land and the pandemic.
  • Fencing on Capitol grounds

Transportation and Public Space Committee

  • Updates from DDOT
  • Uncle Kenny’s Smokehouse, 732 Maryland Avenue, NE. Public space application for a new sidewalk café.
  • 111 K Street, NE. Public space application for a new sidewalk café.
  • North Capitol Street Concept Study, sign-on letter.
  • Second proposed rulemaking, Visitor Parking Pass Program.

Planning, Zoning, and Economic Development Committee

  • 622 Eye Street, NE. Zoning Adjustment Application. Revisions to application. 
  • Proposed rulemaking. Accessory building regulations.
  • Upcoming Council oversight hearings.
  • Updates on NoMa parks

The DC Alcoholic Beverage Control Board meets at 1:00pm. 

Available via live stream here: https://youtu.be/mEm3-TS9i9o

For more information, go here: https://bit.ly/3cWlU4x

Among items on the agenda:

Review of Protestant 6B’s Motion to Dismiss Protest Hearing in Case No. 20-PRO00047, dated January 27, 2021. Handle 19, Inc. t/a Handle 19, 319 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Class CR, License No.: ABRA-117027

In accordance with Open Meetings Act, this meeting will be closed for deliberation and to consult with an attorney to obtain legal advice. The Board’s vote, however, will be held in an open session and the public is invited to attend.

Thursday, February 11

ANC6A will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

Info on joining the meeting is here: https://anc6a.org/community-calendar/

Among items on the draft agenda:

Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee

  • Motion to authorize Co-Chairs of the ABL Committee to negotiate and sign a settlement agreement with representatives of the new establishment seeking a Class C Tavern license for operations at 1378 H Street, NE.
  • Motion to authorize Co-Chairs of the ABL Committee to submit to ABRA on behalf of the ANC a letter of support for a stipulated license for the new establishment seeking a Class C Tavern license for operations at 1378 H Street, NE, upon completion of a settlement agreement and upon receipt and review of a satisfactory placard for said establishment consistent with the discussion during the January 2021 ABL meeting.
  • Motion that ANC 6A approve the revised template settlement agreements as reflected in the ABL’s January 2021 meeting package. Recommendation: ANC 6A determine whether to remove from template settlement agreements requiring establishments to ask loiterers to move away from premises and authorize the Co-Chairs of the ABL to make any corresponding changes required.

Economic Development and Zoning Committee

  • 1300 I Street, NE. Motion that ANC 6A send a letter of conditional support to BZA for a special exception to construct a third story, with rear and side additions, and to construct six residential units to an existing, two-story, detached building at 1300 I Street, NE, provided that the caveats that the developer add a bike rack or other amenities to encourage non-car transportation.
  • Suggested motion: ANC 6A approve an expenditure of $40.00 (plus tax) per month for a subscription to Zoom Webinars to conduct the ANC’s virtual meetings.

Presentation:  Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen

 

MOVEDC Virtual Town Hall

Date and time:           Thursday, February 11, 2021 1:30 pm

For info on joining the meeting, go here:  https://bit.ly/2OgmGio

  • moveDC is the long-range transportation plan for the District of Columbia. moveDC establishes goals, policies, strategies and metrics for District Department of Transportation to invest in transportation facilities and programs that address the future needs of Washingtonians across all eight wards.  Input is being solicited from all residents to ensure that long-range plan reflects the needs and priorities of a world class city like Washington, DC.

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