Dec. 10 Regular Monthly Meeting Summary

SPECIAL NOTE: The next regular monthly public meeting will be on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 7:00pm. The location of the meeting will be confirmed shortly and shared via email and the ANC 2F blog. At that time, the new ANC 2F Commission will set all meeting dates (including Committee meeting dates) for 2015.

COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Commissioner Lamare shared that the Kingman Boys and Girls Club is in need of tutors for children in grades 2 through 7 on Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 6:00 – 7:30pm. Kingman has offered a wonderful academic support program for children for many years, and any help would be greatly appreciated. Interested parties should contact Allen Richardson, the Kingman Education Director, at 202-483 1210 or by email at allen.richardson@dc.gov
  • Commissioner Cain encouraged community members who are interested in serving on one of ANC 2F’s Committees to email anc2foffice@gmail.com with their contact information. Interested individuals will be placed on a list for consideration by the newly appointed Committee Chairs in January 2015.
  • Commissioner Melcher announced the disbanding of the Washington Convention Center Advisory Committee (under the Committee’s sunset clause) after 19 years of existence. The Committee’s purview—an advisory role on a wide variety of community issues related to the Convention Center—will be assumed by ANCs 2F and 6E.
  • Commissioner Cain recognized the service of the outgoing Commissioners (Raymond, Lallas, Melcher, Dahle, and Cain) at their last regular monthly meeting, and welcomed incoming Commissioners Tuma, Bengel, Sylvester, Gordon, and Barry, who will assume their roles on January 2, 2015.

COMMMUNITY FORUM

  • Sherri Kimbel of Councilmember Jack Evans’ office provided the following updates:
  1. Her kind words and sincere gratitude for the service of outgoing Commissioners Raymond, Lallas, Melcher, Dahle, and Cain.
  2. The District Council recently voted to “surplus” the Francis Stephens School in Foggy Bottom. The building will become joint office space and a school to train teachers specializing in autistic student education. Kimbel noted that the Council’s decision to surplus the Francis Stephens School bodes well for the upcoming decision on surplusing the Franklin School in ANC 2F in order to become the ICE-DC contemporary art space.
  • Sgt. Terestre, accompanied by Officer Garcia, a recent addition to PSA 307, provided the monthly crime report (Nov 9 – Dec 9). Violent crime (robberies and assaults) in PSA 307 is up ony slightly (3 vs. 1 in the preceding 30 day period). Property crime (burglaries and thefts), a persistent problem in PSA 307, has increased significantly in the past 30 days. Home burglaries, which have been concentrated in Logan Circle along 14th Street, have ticked up. Theft from autos has spiked: 43 vs. 27 in the preceding 30 days, with the principal problem area being between O and M Streets, NW and 9th to 14th Streets, NW.
  • Terestre also shared that 28 “detail officers” (cadets currently in training) will be paired with current officers in ANC 2F during the holiday season for additional police coverage.
  • Thor Nelson with the Office of Planning announced the release of the Environmental Assessment for the Franklin Park Vision and Transformation Plan. Nelson handed out copies of an Environmental Assessment newsletter, which details the three proposed transformation plans, including the preferred plan known as “The Edge” site plan. Nelson encouraged community members to provide comments on the Plan/EA during the open comment period, which will close on January 9, 2015.

ABRA POLICY COMMITTEE (APC) REPORT

  • The Commission voted unanimously (6-0) to adopt the APC Committee report, which included support of Settlement Agreement (SA) modifications requested by the owner of three restaurants: 1423 P St, NW (Logan Tavern), 1443 P St, NW (Commissary), and 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig). The SA amendments (one for each restaurant) allow for operations until 1:00am each year on New Year’s Eve.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (CDC) REPORT

  • The Commission voted unanimously (6-0) to support the following Applicant requests considered at the CDC’s November 19 meeting: 1) DDOT public space application for 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig); 2) BZA variance requests for 1218 9th St, NW; and 3) a demolition permit request for 1618 14th St, NW, contingent on the preservation and restoration of the building’s front/façade wall.
  • Before endorsing the demolition permit request for 1618 14th St, NW, the Commission entertained extensive community input. Several community members expressed their dismay that a demolition permit would “reward” the negligent behavior of the owner of the building, who allowed the structure to be “de facto demolished by decay.” Other community members expressed concern that forcing the owner to preserve the façade would complicate development possibilities, potentially risk continued inaction on the owner’s part, and thus “punish” surrounding neighbors. At least one community member spoke to the “unadorned but pleasing” aesthetic of the pre-Civil War structure’s façade, noting that the building’s historic significance lies with the architectural insignificance that reflects the time in which the structure was built.
  • The CDC report also included a summary of the presentation given by the Applicant behind 1428 9th St, NW (initial HPRB design presentation), and a reminder that the CDC will be considering the Community Benefits Agreement that will accompany the Planned Unit Development for the proposed Marriott hotel project at 9th & L, NW at the upcoming CDC meeting on Wednesday, December 17.

CRIME & PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (CPSC) REPORT

  • No Committee update.

EDUCATION COMMITTEE REPORT

  • No Committee update.

OLD BUSINESS

  • None

NEW BUSINESS

  • The Commission set the meeting date for the first ANC 2F regular monthly public meeting of 2015: January 7, 2015 at 7:00pm (location to be confirmed). At that meeting, the new ANC 2F Commission will set all meeting dates for 2015.

*Please note that this meeting summary is provided by ANC 2F as a courtesy for individuals who were not able to attend the Regular Monthly Public Meeting. The information contained here within is not an exhaustive summary nor does it constitute official meeting minutes. The above information may not be referenced in any official business matter related to the Commission. Please see the “Minutes” page of the ANC 2F blog for official meeting business.

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Dec. 17 APC Meeting Cancelled

The ANC 2F ABRA Policy Committee (APC) meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, December 17, 2014 has been cancelled. There are no new business items for the Committee’s consideration this month.

On January 7, 2015, the new ANC 2F Commission will hold its first regular monthly public meeting (specifics to be announced). At that time, a Chair for the APC will be appointed by the Commission, and the APC’s 2015 meeting schedule will be set.

Happy and safe holidays to all! See you in 2015.

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Student Tutoring Opportunity

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Kingman Boys and Girls Club Tutoring Opportunity

The Kingman Boys and Girls Club (around the corner from the Studio Theater) is in need of tutors for children in grades 2 through 7. Tutoring would take place on Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 6:00 – 7:30pm.

Kingman has offered a wonderful academic support program for children for many years, and your help would be greatly appreciated.

Please contact Allen Richardson, the Kingman Education Director, at 202-483-1210 or allen.richardson@dc.gov

Thank you!!!

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Draft Dec. 17, 2014 CDC Agenda

AGENDA*

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
December 17, 2014
Washington Plaza Hotel (10 Thomas Circle, NW)

 

Call to order at 7:00 p.m.

· Approval of Meeting Agenda 7:00
· Approval of November 19, 2014 Meeting Minutes 7:00
OLD BUSINESS
· HPRB concept/addition for 1428 9th St, NW 7:05
· Community Benefits Agreement for Marriott Planned Unit Development (PUD) at 9th & L St, NW (Square 369) 7:05
NEW BUSINESS
· HPRB concept review for raze of 1421 Corcoran St, NW 7:35
· HPRB concept, design, and massing for 1527 12th St, NW 7:55
· HRPB concept/addition for 1132 10th St, NW 8:15

OPEN FORUM

NOTICE: This agenda provided by ANC 2F in advance of its public meetings contains matters that are expected to come before the CDC. It is, however, subject to formal adoption by the Committee at the meeting, which may result in additions or deletions to the draft. You may visit www.ANC2F.org for the most up-to-date version of any meeting agenda. Individuals who may have official business before the Committee or persons with interests in specific matters are advised to contact the Executive Director or the CDC Chair in advance of the meeting. See www.ANC2F.org for contact information.

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Draft Agenda for Dec. 10 Regular Monthly Meeting

ANC 2F AGENDA

REGULAR MONTHLY PUBLIC MEETING
Wednesday, December 10, 2014, 7:00 PM
Washington Plaza Hotel (10 Thomas Circle, NW)

Call to order at 7:00 p.m.

COMMUNITY FORUM

 

•    Commissioner Announcements 7:00
•    Report from Councilmember Jack Evans’ Office 7:05
•    Report from Executive Office of the Mayor 7:15
•    Report from Metropolitan Police Department, Third District, PSA 307 7:20
•    Franklin Park Environmental Assessment (Office of Planning) 7:25
•    Community Announcements 7:30

 

- 5 minute recess -

 

BUSINESS MEETING
•   Approval of Agenda 7:40
•   Approval of Minutes for November 5, 2014 Monthly Public Meeting 7:40

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

ABRA Policy Committee (APC) | John Fanning, Chair

•  Committee Report:

o    Request for 1am New Year’s Eve close time for 1423 P St, NW (Logan Tavern), 1443 P St, NW (Commissary), and 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig)

7:45

 

Community Development Committee (CDC) | Walt Cain, Chair

•  Committee report:Unanimous votes:

1.  DDOT public space application for 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig)

2.  BZA variance requests for 1218 9th St, NW

3.  Demolition permit request for 1618 14th St, NW

No action taken:

4.  HPRB concept/addition for 1428 9th St, NW

5.  Community Benefits Agreement discussion for Marriott Planned Unit Development (PUD) at 9th & L St, NW (Square 369)

7:50 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crime and Public Safety Committee (CPSC) | Peter Lallas, Chair

•   Committee Report 8:05

 

Education Committee | John Fanning and Evelyn Boyd Simmons, Co-Chairs

•   Committee Report 8:15
OLD BUSINESS
[none]

 

NEW BUSINESS

•   ANC 2F meeting dates for 2015 8:25
TREASURER’S REPORT
•   Approval of Expenditures 8:35
•   Consideration of Executive Director salary increase 8:40

 

NOTICE: This agenda provided by ANC 2F in advance of its public meetings contains matters that are expected to come before the Commission. It is, however, subject to formal adoption by the Commission at the meeting, which may result in additions or deletions to the draft. Individuals who may have official business before the Commission or persons with interests in specific matters are advised to contact the Executive Director or a Commissioner in advance of the meeting. See www.ANC2F.org for contact information.

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Nov. 19, 2014 CDC Meeting Summary

Summary of CDC Actions

November 19, 2014

The following is a summary of official actions* taken by the ANC 2F Community Development Committee (CDC) at its November 19, 2014 meeting, as well as other agenda items that came before the Committee but which did not require a vote.

SPECIAL NOTICE: The December CDC meeting will NOT be held on the usual fourth Wednesday of the month due to the Holidays. Instead, the meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, 7pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel. Subscribers to ANC 2F’s email list will receive additional reminders about the date change.

Actions Taken:

  • The CDC voted unanimously (8-0) to recommend that the full ANC support the DDOT Public Space application for a sidewalk café consisting of four two-top tables at 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig).
  • The CDC voted unanimously (11-0) to recommend that the full ANC support the BZA FAR and parking relief variances requested by 1218 9th St, NW. The project, whose HPRB components had previously received the support of ANC 2F, will combine three historic row houses into a “funky commercial area.” The requested FAR relief will allow the Applicant to build a third floor for commercial office space within the previously-approved project massing. The Committee supported the 14 parking spot variance request, while requesting that the Applicant provide bike and car share memberships to the office space tenants to discourage driving.
  • The CDC voted unanimously (11-0) to support the raze application submitted to the Mayor’s Agent by the property owner of 1618 14th St, NW; the CDC’s vote of support was specifically contingent on the Applicant’s agreement to preserve and rehabilitate the front façade of the building. Deputy Preservation Officer Steve Callcott was present to speak to HPO’s written opinion about the raze application, which detailed the structural deficiencies of the building as originally constructed; the subsequent deterioration from water damage; and the owner’s diligence in following recommendations of HPO staff over the period of a year to undertake extensive structural engineering studies. Both the Applicant and the HPO report contended that preservation of the existing structure (except for the façade) would require extensive and ultimately counterproductive reconstruction efforts.

Other Agenda Items:

  • The architect for the HPRB concept/addition application for 1428 9th St, NW returned to address the Committee after an initial design presentation at the October 2014 CDC meeting. The architect presented two iterations of the design preferred by the Committee at the October meeting. The Applicant requested HPRB support for concept, massing, and design, but the Committee ultimately took no action on the request due to the significant zoning variance implications of the architect’s designs. The CDC asked the Applicant to go through the necessary zoning process before returning to the CDC to request HPRB support.
  • The Committee held an initial discussion about the Community Benefits Package associated with the Planned Unit Development (PUD) for the proposed Marriott hotel on the northwest corner of 9th & L Streets, NW (Square 369). The developer (Quadrangle) and its legal counsel enumerated the community benefits included in their PUD application, including: the significant expense and logistic complexity of historic preservation of numerous buildings on the site (and announcement of the preservation/relocation of the Lergen building along L St, NW); the affordable housing component of the project; additional jobs created; and the needed contribution to the city’s hotel room stock. Several members of both the Committee and community rebuked what they felt was a closefisted $15,000 in financial support pledged by the Developer to be split evenly among the nearby 10th Street Park, Gompers Park, and Thomson Elementary. Representatives of the Whittman and Quincy Court Homeowners Associations spoke in support of the PUD. After extensive dialogue between the Developer, Committee, and community, the CDC voted unanimously (11-0) to postpone its vote on whether or not to recommend ANC support of the PUD until the December 17th CDC meeting. The Committee asked the Developer to return to the December meeting with a more clearly enumerated list of the public benefit elements of the PUD, including overall direct and in-kind financial contribution, and comparison with the Community Benefits Packages of other recent PUDs in the District.

*All actions taken by the CDC will be presented at the December 10, 2014 ANC 2F regular monthly public meeting for consideration and a final vote by the full Commission. Please note that this meeting summary is provided by ANC 2F as a courtesy for individuals who were not able to attend the CDC meeting. The information contained here within is not an exhaustive summary nor does it constitute official meeting minutes. The above information may not be referenced in any official business matter related to the Commission. Please see the “Minutes” page of the ANC 2F blog for official meeting business.

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Draft Nov 19. CDC Agenda

AGENDA*

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
November 19, 2014
Washington Plaza Hotel (10 Thomas Circle, NW)

 

Call to order at 7:00 p.m.

· Approval of Meeting Agenda 7:00
· Approval of October 29, 2014 Meeting Minutes 7:00
OLD BUSINESS
· DDOT public space application for 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig) 7:05
· HPRB concept/addition for 1428 9th St, NW 7:20
· Community Benefits Agreement discussion for Marriott Planned Unit Development (PUD) at 9th & L St, NW (Square 369) 7:40
NEW BUSINESS
· BZA variance requests for 1218 9th St, NW 8:10
· Demolition permit request for 1618 14th St, NW 8:30
· HPRB concept review to raze 1421 Corcoran St, NW 8:50

OPEN FORUM

NOTICE: This agenda provided by ANC 2F in advance of its public meetings contains matters that are expected to come before the CDC. It is, however, subject to formal adoption by the Committee at the meeting, which may result in additions or deletions to the draft. Individuals who may have official business before the Committee or persons with interests in specific matters are advised to contact the Executive Director or the CDC Chair in advance of the meeting. See www.ANC2F.org for contact information.

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Three Upcoming Education-Related Events

MySchoolDC Enrollment Lottery info session

(Please note, Garrison ES community has added an open house 9:30am to 10:30am)

The Ward 2 Education Network invites you to hear from MySchoolDC:

Saturday, Nov 15
10:30am to 12:00pm at:
Garrison Elementary
1200 S St NW.

This meeting will feature representatives of MySchoolDC, who will make a presentation about next year’s Enrollment Lottery and student assignment process. The school year 2015/16 lottery sign-ups will go from November 22, 2014 through March 2, 2015 (Feb 2 for high schools). Results will come out on March 27.

There will be light snacks.  Childcare will be available.

RSVP to: W2EdNetwork@gmail.com

This meeting is sponsored by the Foggy Bottom Association, the Logan Circle Community Association, and the Dupont Circle Citizen Association in conjunction with the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions from Foggy Bottom (ANC 2A), Dupont Circle (ANC 2B) and Logan Circle (ANC 2F).

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MySchool DC EdFEST 

Saturday, Nov 22
DC Armory
11:00am – 3:00pm

My School DC is the common application and lottery for the District’s public school options, both DCPS and charter. As we prepare for the SY15-16 application cycle, we would like to stay engaged with partners like you across the city. We hope you’ll join us in keeping families informed about the lottery process. We will send out this newsletter monthly, with occasional updates in between.

Right now we are busy planning for EdFEST, the District’s only citywide public school fair. It’s a great way for you and the families you serve to learn more about school options (PK3-12) and how to apply. EdFEST takes place on Saturday, November 22 from 11am to 3pm at DC Armory.

With the launch of the My School DC application on December 15, 2014, EdFEST is a timely event to help families make informed school selections for the SY215-16 common lottery. And both admission and parking are free! We will also have interpretation available in Spanish, Amharic, French, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and in sign language throughout the day..

Visit MySchoolDC.org for more information about My School DC, including the dates for next year’s lottery and the list of participating schools. You can also contact us via the My School DC Hotline at (202) 888-6336 or atinfo@myschooldc.org

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Language Immersion In Urban Public Schools: Exploring The Benefits & Challenges

(co-hosted by the DC Public Library, DC State Board of Education and the DC Language Immersion Project)

Thursday, Dec 4
6-8pm
MLK Library
901 G St. NW

You are invited to join us for a panel discussion with a focus on the benefits and challenges of implementing language immersion programs in our public elementary schools – both charter and traditional public schools. This discussion is not only meant to highlight the overall value of language immersion but also is designed to be a forum that will engage all stakeholders in a way that will move toward collaborative strategic planning to expand language immersion offerings in public schools in the District of Columbia.

GUESTS INCLUDE:

Marty Abbott – American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
Delores Millhouse and Gina Bowler – My Bilingual Child
Maquita Alexander –Washington Yu Ying PCS
D. Lynn Fulton-Archer –World Language Immersion, Delaware Department of Education
Sally Schwartz – Globalize DC
Donna Sothern, Spanish Immersion Teacher – Cleveland Elementary, DC Public Schools

RSVP: http://dclanguageimmersionproject.eventbrite.com
Email: info@dcimmersion.org
Twitter: @DCImmersion
www.DCImmersion.org

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Nov 5. Public Meeting Summary*

COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • [None]

COMMMUNITY FORUM

  • Sherri Kimbel of Councilmember Jack Evans’ office provided the following updates:
  1. The mass swearing in ceremony for all newly elected officials will be on January 2, 2015, likely at the Convention Center. Those interested in a more private swearing in ceremony may request to do so at Councilmember Evans’ office.
  2. Ross Elementary School is holding an Electronics Recycling Event Saturday, November 8, from 11am – 2pm. All donations will benefit the school.
  3. The Logan Circle Community Association will be holding a Holiday Potluck on November 20 and its annual Logan Circle House Tour on December 7.
  4. A proposed D.C. Council bill is currently in Committee to address bicycle riding on sidewalks. Kimbel made the ANC aware of the opportunity to weigh in.
  5. Next Tuesday, November 11, Veterans Day will be observed in the District of Columbia. Among other events this year, Washington, D.C. will host the “Concert for Valor” on the National Mall.
  6. The 4th Annual Little Goblins Parade (on October 25) was a great success. Special thanks to Moms in Logan Circle, MPD, and area businesses along the Goblins’ route.
  • Community members Joel Heisey and Helen Kramer (who also sit on the ANC 2F Community Development Committee), brought illegal construction activity at 1420 and 1422 12th St, NW to the Commission’s attention. The adjoining row houses are currently undergoing complete gut renovations without proper permitting. Heisey and Kramer asked that the Commission pen a letter to DCRA (see “New Business”) expressing community concerns with the agency’s lack of enforcement, and the resulting unfairness to all those who abide by the rules.
  • Commissioner Fanning took a moment to congratulate the newly-elected and re-elected Commissioners for ANC 2F:
    • 2F-01: Katherine Gordon
    • 2F-02: Karin Barry
    • 2F-03: Write-in (TBD)
    • 2F-04: John Fanning (incumbent)
    • 2F-05: Jim Lamare (incumbent)
    • 2F-06: Charlie Bengel
    • 2F-07: Write-in (TBD)
    • 2F-08: Kevin Deeley (incumbent)

ABRA POLICY COMMITTEE (APC) REPORT

  • The Commission voted unanimously (6-0) to adopt the APC Committee report, which included the following: 1) license renewal support for 1440 P St, NW (Whole Foods); 2) license renewal support for 1524 14th St, NW (Cork & Fork), and; 3) license class change support (from D-X to C-X) for 1501 14th St, NW (Studio Theatre).
  • As a separate matter, the Commission voted unanimously (6-0) to support the license renewal for 1231 11th St, NW (Capitol Supermarket), with an amendment to the Applicant’s Settlement Agreement explicitly prohibiting deliveries from taking place in the alley behind the property, unless the dedicated loading zone in front of the establishment is unavailable due to extenuating circumstances.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (CDC) REPORT

  • The Commission voted unanimously (6-0) to support the following Applicant requests considered at the CDC’s October 29 meeting: 1) BZA zoning relief and design plan support for 1017 12th St, NW; 2) HPRB concept and massing for 925 M St, NW, and; 3) HPRB concept, massing, and design support for 1222 11th St, NW. The vote also included opposition to 1320 14th St, NW’s (The Pig) DDOT public space application for a sidewalk café, as neither the Applicant nor their representative was present at the CDC meeting to present the project or answer related questions. The denial was procedural and did not consider the merits of the application. The Applicant was present and indicated he would make a formal request at the December CDC meeting.
  • After extensive discussion, the Commission voted in favor (4-3) of the requested BZA parking special exception for 90 Blagden Alley, NW and parking variance for 91 Blagden Alley, NW. Several Commissioners and community members expressed their opposition to 100% parking variance for the fully furnished 123-unit residential project, also noting the negative precedent being set. In a prepared statement read aloud, Commissioner Walt Cain, (who was not present at the meeting) wrote that “the very nature of [this particular] development makes it unique among projects requesting this extent of parking relief. I believe the Applicant has show the project will have only a minimal impact on the community’s parking stock, and that they are putting in place significant remedial efforts to address the concerns identified by the community and CDC. Relatedly, the Applicant has approached this process cooperatively and in good faith, serving as a partner with the community and ANC in resolving concerns.”
  • The CDC report also included a summary of the presentation given by the Applicant behind 1428 9th St, NW (initial HPRB design presentation), and a request made by Commissioners Cain and Melcher to the community at large (and especially neighbors in the vicinity of the proposed Marriott hotel project at 9th & L, NW) to communicate to ANC 2F a list of desired improvements for inclusion in the Community Benefits Agreement that will be part of the planned unit development (PUD).
  • The December CDC meeting will not be held on the usual fourth Wednesday of the month. Instead, the meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, 7pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel. Subscribers to ANC 2F’s email list will receive additional reminders about the date change.

CRIME & PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (CPSC) REPORT

  • No Committee update.

EDUCATION COMMITTEE REPORT

  • No Committee update.

OLD BUSINESS

  • None

NEW BUSINESS

  • The Commission voted unanimously (7-0) to write a “substantially similar” letter to the draft letter presented by community members Joel Heisey and Helen Kramer during the Community Forum section of the meeting. The letter will address concerns about unpermitted and illegal construction at 1420 & 1422 12th St, NW, as well as DCRA’s lack of enforcement.

*Please note that this meeting summary is provided by ANC 2F as a courtesy for individuals who were not able to attend the Regular Monthly Public Meeting. The information contained here within is not an exhaustive summary nor does it constitute official meeting minutes. The above information may not be referenced in any official business matter related to the Commission. Please see the “Minutes” page of the ANC 2F blog for official meeting business.

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Draft Agenda for Nov. 12, 2014 APC Meeting

AGENDA*

ANC 2F ABRA POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING
November 12, 2014
N Street Village (1333 N St, NW) – 2nd Floor Multipurpose Room

 

Call to order at 7:00 p.m.

· Review and approval of Meeting Agenda 7:00
OLD BUSINESS

 

[None]

 

NEW BUSINESS
· Request for 1:00AM New Year’s Eve close time for 1423 P St, NW (Logan Tavern), 1443 P St, NW (Commissary), and 1320 14th St, NW (The Pig) 7:05

OPEN FORUM

 

NOTICE: This agenda provided by ANC 2F in advance of its public meetings contains matters that are expected to come before the APC. It is, however, subject to formal adoption by the Committee at the meeting, which may result in additions or deletions to the draft. Individuals who may have official business before the Committee or persons with interests in specific matters are advised to contact the Executive Director or the APC Chair in advance of the meeting. See www.ANC2F.org for contact information.

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