The Week Ahead…ANC Highlights…Some Photos from the Past Week

The Week Ahead…ANC Highlights…Some Photos from the Past Week

by Larry Janezich

Posted May 9, 2021

ANC Highlights:

  • Monday – ANC6D. US Attorney’s Office for DC – Community Prosecution update – Christopher Wade.
  • Monday – ANC6D. Parking Enforcement Protocol & Status Update – DPW.
  • Thursday – ANC6A considers a restaurant liquor license for Capitol Square Bar and Grill, 1500 East Capitol Street, NE.

Monday, May 10

ANC6D holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For info on how to join the meeting, go here: https://www.anc6d.org/virtualmeeting/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • Public Safety report – First District MPD – with Capt. Dorrough & Lt. Donigian.
  • US Attorney’s Office for DC – Community Prosecution update – Christopher Wade.
  • G-RAG Public Housing Concerns.
  • DC Housing Authority, Greenleaf Redevelopment Update – Director Tyrone Garret.
  • Parking Enforcement Protocol & Status Update – DPW.
  • Letter to Verizon, Public Service Commission, DPW, DDOT & EOM re Verizon’s illegal parking.
  • L’Enfant Plaza D Street Mural.
  • Letter to CM Allen re Greenleaf Status vs. Build First.
  • Letter to CM Allen re Comp Plan.
  • Discussion – Marine Corps Marathon – Jared Kline.
  • Letter to Vulcan and EPA.
  • Letter of response to DC United re Home Game COVID Protocol.
  • Letter to Capitol Riverfront BID re Buzzard Point Bike Trail Proposal.

Tuesday, May 11

ANC6B holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For info on how to join the meeting, go here:  https://bit.ly/3hfdA1B

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • Presentation: Department of Parks and Recreation – Summer Camps, DC Pools, and Recreation Centers – (Tentative)
  • Extreme Pizza, 520 8th Street, SE. Renewal Class C Tavern License. 
  • Santa Rose Taqueria, 301 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. Request to transfer Class “C” Restaurant license from 301 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, to 313-315 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
  • The Eastern Wine Bar, 360 7th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application.  Concept: add metal pergola structure for sidewalk café.
  • 420 11th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application.  Rear addition and change in front façade from stucco to wood siding. 
  • 1525 K Street, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application for Special Exception to construct a rear, one-story addition with roof deck, to an existing, three-story, attached, principal dwelling unit. 
  • 313 9th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application for a second story addition to existing two-bay garage.
  • 818 Potomac Avenue, SE. Zoning Adjustment Application.   Modification of Significance to change the principal use of and add special exception relief for the approved project at 818 Potomac Avenue, SE.   [6B consideration delayed until June.  New BZA Hearing Date 6/30/2021]
  • 21-261 232 10th Street, SE. Historic Preservation Application for Concept Review and  Zoning Adjustment Application for Special Exception to construct a three-story with cellar and roof deck, rear addition, to an existing attached, two-story with cellar, for a principal dwelling unit.  [BZA and HPRB cases delayed until after ANC 6B June meetings. ANC 6B review delayed until June]
  • 900 South Carolina Avenue, SE. Historic Preservation Application for Concept removal of awning and bays at front and add two new door openings; add two window wells at west elevation and larger basement areaway at rear; new window openings at rear second story; new openings and cladding at rear one-story addition; new openings at one-story garage.  [Case will be considered in June; New HPRB hearing date 6/24/21 or 7/1/21]
  • 13 7th Street, SE. Bureau of Zoning Adjustment for Area Variance to construct a rear addition to an existing, attached, two-story with basement, principal dwelling unit.  [Case will be considered in June; BZA Hearing rescheduled for 6/23/21]
  • Pennsylvania Avenue Streetlights Project – Update on Traffic Signals. (Tentative)

Wednesday, May 12

ANC6C holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For info on how to join the meeting, go here:  https://anc6c.org/hot-topics/

Among items on the draft agenda: 

  • Community support and need to help our restaurants – Lisa Banusiewicz.
  • Office of Campaign Finance – Deloris Ramsey.
  • Scissors and Scotch, 331 N Street, NE – Application for new license (class pending).
  • Capitol Fine Wine and Spirits, 415 H Street, NE – Renewal of Class A retail license.
  • Kogod Liquors, 441 New Jersey Ave, NW – Renewal of Class A retail license and request to terminate the settlement agreement.
  • Courtyard by Marriott, Washington 1325 2nd Street, NE – New Class B liquor license.
  • Hemp Lounge, 816 H Street, NE – New Class C restaurant liquor license. (located in ANC6A)
  • DDOT Notice of Intent for Contraflow bike lanes on C and 3rd Streets NE.
  • 713 Maryland Avenue, NE. Discussion of parking in public space.
  • Baltimore-Washington SCMAGLEV project, draft environmental impact statement.
  • 220 H Street, NE, Senate Square. Zoning Application.  PUD modification to an approved PUD to allow required affordable housing units to be rented rather than sold. 
  • 200 K Street, NE. Zoning Application.  PUD modification to waive the 35-day waiting period between filing and set down. 
  • NoMa parks update.

Thursday, May 12

ANC6A holds a virtual meeting at 7:00pm.

For info on how to join the meeting, go here:  https://anc6a.org/community-calendar/

Among items on the draft agenda:

  • Presentation: MPD Summer Crime Initiative – Captain Paul Hrebenak, MPD. 
  • Presentaton: Anthony Diallo, Ward 6 Account Manager, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs , Celeste Duffie, Community Relations Specialist, Department of Public Works.
  • Presentation: Rank the Vote DC – Casey Watts.
  • Master Liquors at 1806 D Street, NE. Renewal of Class A Retail License.  Recommendation:  ANC6A protest the application on the grounds of negative effect on peace, order, quiet, and property values, and that the ANC authorize the chair and vice-chair of the ANC and the – of the ABL to represent the ANC in this matter.
  • Capitol Square Bar and Grill, 1500 East Capitol Street, NE. Application for a Class C Restaurant License.  Recommendation: ANC 6A protest the application on the grounds of negative effect on peace, order, and quiet, and on vehicular and pedestrian safety, unless a satisfactory settlement agreement is finalized before the protest deadline, and that the ANC authorize the chair and vice-chair of the ANC, the commissioner in whose SMD the establishment is located, and the co-chairs of the ABL to represent the ANC in this matter.
  • New H Wine & Spirits, 914 H Street, NE. Renewal of Class A Retail License. Recommendation:  Take no action. 
  • Jumbo Liquors at 1122 H Street, NE. Renewal of Class A Retail License. Recommendation:  Take no action. 
  • Grand Liquors at 409A 15th Street, NE. Renewal of Class A Retail License. Recommendation:  Take no action. 
  • River Mart, 250 11th Street, NE. Renewal of Class A Retail License. Recommendation: 
  • Resolution on the Negative Impact of Fencing Around the U.S. Capitol on Local Transportation.
  • Letter to DDOT in support of a dedicated parking spot for HIPS in front of their location at 906 H Street, NE, from 11:00 pm – 6:00 am, seven days a week, with the option of a PUDO (pick up/drop off space) during other hours.
  • Suggested Motion: ANC6A approve a Resolution in opposition to the proposed siting of a public restroom pilot at 17th Street and Benning Road NE.

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