The February 28 ANC 2F Community Development Committee meeting will begin at 7:00pm at the Studio Theatre, located at 1501 14th Street, NW. Please enter through the 14th street main entrance, and find your way to the 2nd floor Milton Theatre (see directions).

View the Feb. 28 CDC meeting agenda

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REMINDER: Tonight’s Meeting at NCCC (7pm)

Tonight’s ANC 2F Regular Monthly meeting will begin at 7pm at the National City Christian Church (5 Thomas Circle, NW). Please enter the church from the courtyard on 14th Street, NW (see above map).

Upon arrival, inquire with the front desk attendant about the exact meeting room.

View the Sep. 6th meeting agenda

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Location Change for Aug. 2 Meeting

The August 2nd ANC 2F Regular Monthly meeting (see draft agenda) will take place at the National City Christian Church (5 Thomas Circle, NW). The meeting will start at 7pm in the Howland Center, which is accessible from the courtyard on the 14th Street, NW entrance (see above map).

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2016 Meeting Dates

Below are the 2016 meeting dates for the ANC 2F Commission; the Community Development Committee (CDC); and the ABRA Policy Committee.

Click here to download a printable version of the below meeting schedule.

NOTE: meeting dates are subject to change. Visit www.anc2f.org and click on the “Meetings” tab for the most up to date meeting schedule.

Calendar for BLOG

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May 14, 2014 Public Meeting Summary*

The next regular monthly public meeting for ANC 2F will be Wednesday, June 4, 7:00pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel.



  • Commissioner Cain followed up on a recent post to ANC 2F’s blog, announcing that ANC 2F residents who live at RPP-eligible addresses can now apply for a Visitor Parking Pass (VPP) through DDOT. A red button on the ANC 2F homepage will direct site visitors to more information about the application process.
  • Commissioner Fanning announced the Annual Logan Circle Alley Party, which will take place on Saturday, May 31, from 5pm to midnight, in the alley just south of the 1300 block of Rhode Island Avenue NW. Fanning, who is part of the organizing committee, noted that all are welcome to attend.


  • Sgt. Terrestre of Metropolitan Police Department PSA 307 presented the monthly crime report. As has been the case for the past several months, overall crime is down over the same period last year. However, property crimes (especially automobile break-ins) remain high. Up-to-date crime stats and data can be found on MPD’s website.
  • Lt. Linda Wingate, who was also present, shared that earlier in the day the Detective’s Office closed a case concerning a robbery at the corner market on 11th & N Streets, NW.
  • In response to a question from Commissioner Dahle, Wingate explained that the Department had collected a significant amount of information about a shooting at Johnson & R Streets, NW on April 27. The investigation is actively being worked and no suspects are currently in custody.
  • Evelyn Israel from DDOT announced an upcoming meeting, the final in a series of three, to explore the possibility of a North-South corridor streetcar along Georgia Avenue from Takoma Park/Silver Spring to the Southwest Waterfront. More information about the process, including upcoming dates for the Series Three meetings, is available on www.dcstreetcar.com
  • Ibrahim Mumin with City Center DC announced an upcoming Job Fair on June 19 from 10am-2pm (location TBD) for employment opportunities at the retail stores and restaurants coming to the downtown development.


  • The Commission voted unanimously (7-0) to enter into a Settlement Agreement (SA) with Lost and Found (1240 9th St, NW). Commissioner Greg Melcher, in whose Single Member District Lost and Found is located, relayed that he and the applicant were able to quickly arrive to agreement over an SA at an ABC Board meeting.


  • The CDC committee report for its April 30 meeting was adopted by unanimous consent after the question was divided with respect to the public space permit application referred to below. The report included the Committee’s recommendation for HPRB concept and massing approval for 917 M St, NW & 1212 9th St, NW; HPRB concept and massing approval for 1738 14th St, NW; support for the DHCD-funded renovation of 1333 N St, NW (N Street Village); and HPRB concept and massing approval for 1308-1310 Q St, NW.
  • After extensive discussion among the Committee and numerous attendee comments, the Commission voted 7-0 to oppose Crystal Valet’s DDOT public space application for a valet staging area at 1406 Corcoran St, NW. Cain noted the Commission’s concern over the application’s inaccurate request for a staging area at 1406 Corcoran St, which is not the actual address of the staging area being requested (and is instead the address of a private residence). The Commission echoed community concerns about having a valet staging area on the narrow one-way residential street, noting a strong preference instead for a valet staging area on 14th St in front of the restaurant(s) seeking the service.


  • The Commission voted 6-0-1 to support a resolution presented by ANC 2B Commissioner Stephanie Waltz, urging DCPS to provide access to a system of quality matter-of-right public schools from Kindergarten through Grade 12 for all students. ANC 2F joins five other ANCs that have already passed the resolution. Waltz hopes to gain city-wide ANC support of the resolution.
  • Ed Committee Co-chair Evelyn Boyd Simmons shared that the DCPS Head Start Parent Policy Council, an advisory committee to the Deputy Mayor for Education on which she sits as the Ward 2 representative, will release its report on the state of the city’s education system in June.
  • Simmons also announced the upcoming Ward 2 Education Network meeting on Saturday, May 17, at which parents will have the opportunity to meet principals and representatives from at least seven District schools.


  • Commissioner Melcher reported on protest proceedings with The American (1209-1213 10th St, NW). The ANC had previously approved entering into a Settlement Agreement (SA) with the applicant. However, before the agreement was signed on behalf of the ANC, the applicant’s petition period was reopened because of placarding irregularities. After an ANC vote to protest, Commissioner Melcher attempted to address additional concerns of residents by way of modifications to the SA with the applicant. However, he stated that the application was likely to proceed all the way to a formal protest hearing at which time the ANC risked losing the license terms it had already attained. Without commissioner objections, Commissioner Raymond signed the previously approved SA, for which no vote was required.


  • The Commission voted unanimously (7-0) to author a letter to the City Council making the Council aware of ANC 2F’s opposition to all proposed or pending legislation that would grant Ward 6 residents the ability to park in Ward 2. Current legislation proposed by Councilmember Wells to that effect was the impetus for the Commission’s vote on the matter.

*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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Visitor Parking Pass Program for ANC 2F?


At ANC 2F’s October meeting, Councilman Jack Evans said that if the ANC passed a recommendation for a visitor parking pass in ANC 2F, he would ensure that it is implemented. The plan currently in place for Wards 1, 3, 4, 5, and parts of 6 provides for one pass per household. These passes are designed to allow guests of District residents to park for more than two hours on residential parking zoned streets. The passes are only valid during the hours of residential parking enforcement and in the same zone and ANC boundary as the residence where the pass was issued.

ANC 2F wants to know if there is interest in having a visitor parking program within the ANC and we want to hear from you! Please contact your local ANC commissioner (see list below) and plan to join us at the October Community Development meeting on Wednesday, October 23 at 7:00pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel.

SMD Name Phone Email
2F01 Peter Lallas (202) 821-3160  peterlallas@gmail.com
2F02 Walt Cain (601) 941-9869  waltcain@gmail.com
2F03 Chris Linn (202) 669-6771  chris@chrislinn.org
2F04 John Fanning (202) 510-1983  johnjfanning2@yahoo.com
2F05 Jim Lamare (202) 292-1974  jwlamare@gmail.com
2F06 Greg Melcher (202) 713-0457  melcherg@aol.com
2F07 Matt Raymond (202) 744-1921  matt@mattraymond.com
2F08 Matt Connolly (202) 347-3590  connolly.matthew@gmail.com

Find your commissioner here

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ANC 2F CDC Meeting Agenda for October 23, 2013

Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 7:00 PM
The Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle, NW
  • Approval of Meeting Agenda
  • Approval of August 28, 2103 Meeting Minutes
  • Approval of September 25, 2013 Meeting Minutes


  • 1101 Rhode Island Ave, NW, BZA request for area variance and special exception


  • Discussion of visitor parking options for ANC 2F
  • Discussion of potential removal of WMATA bus stop on west side of 14th St, NW south of Rhode Island Avenue, NW


NOTICE:  This agenda provided by ANC 2F in advance of its public meetings contains matters that are expected to come before the Committee.  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 a Commissioner in advance of the meeting. See www.ANC2F.org for contact information.

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ANC 2F Seeks New Executive Director

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2F is seeking a new Executive Director. The Executive Director is a part-time, salaried staff position with the ANC. The Executive Director serves as our chief administrator, assisting with our public meetings, agendas, minutes, letters, and outreach.

We anticipate the position will require 20-25 hours of work per month. Salary is negotiable based on experience.

To apply: please contact ANC Commissioners Matt Raymond (matt@mattraymond.com) and Matt Connolly (Connolly.Matthew@gmail.com) and provide a resume. We will accept applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Feel free to contact us if you have recommendations or questions.

Please also pass this announcement along to other lists and groups who may know of interested and qualified candidates.

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ANC2F Meeting Agenda for June 26, 2013


Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 7:00 PM

The Washington Plaza Hotel

# 10 Thomas Circle, NW

  1. Meeting Agenda
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3.  1430 Rhode Island Avenue, NW-Helix Hotel Renovation, LaSalle Hotel Properties, Gene Wiessman, Architect
  4. 1460 Church Street, NW-HPRB Presentation
  5. 1101 K Street, NW-Presentation for Support for Valet Parking
  6. 1326 Riggs Street, NW-HPRB Presentation for Support
  7. 1618 14th Street, NW-HPRB Presentation for Support
  8. Consideration of Parking Recommendations

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Director of the City Office of Planning at Tomorrow’s ANC Meeting

Dear Friends,
ANC 2F is pleased to announce that Harriet Tregoning, Director of the City Office of Planning, will be joining us at the April ANC meeting (Wednesday, April 3 at 7:00 p.m. at the Washington Plaza Hotel) to discuss the ongoing re-write of the city’s zoning code.  This process represents the first time that the zoning code has been rewritten since it was first adopted in 1958.  There have been over 1,000 amendments to the code since its adoption, but the current rewrite process will be the first comprehensive overhaul of the code in over 50 years.
The rewrite represents a vision for the future that will have a significant impact on the city and our neighborhood.  Director Tregoning has graciously accepted the ANC’s invitation to attend this Wednesday’s meeting, give a brief presentation on the rewrite process, and take questions from the ANC and the community.  Given this great opportunity, the ANC encourages residents to 1) check out the website for the zoning rewrite project to learn about the process and proposed changes (http://zoningdc.org/ ); and 2) spread the word to the community so that residents can attend and hear first hand of the proposed changes.  If you cannot attend Wednesday’s meeting, but have questions about the rewrite project, please feel free to email me directly and I will present them at the meeting.
The significance of this project and the opportunity to interact directly with Director Tregoning cannot be overstated.  The ANC would like to thank Sherri Kimble from Councilmember Jack Evans’ office for arranging the Director’s attendance and offering the residents of ANC 2F this great opportunity.
Walt Cain
Chair, ANC 2F Community Development Committee
Commissioner, ANC 2F02



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