June ANC 6C PZ&E Committee meeting

June’s ANC 6C Planning Zoning and the Environment Committee meeting takes place on Wednesday and includes a non-voting agenda item related to the Bennett Group’s proposed development at New Jersey and H Streets NW. That is the Walmart project – expect the discussion to be limited to planning and zoning considerations not the retailer…

Follow the jump for the full agenda.

ANC 6C Planning, Zoning, and Environment Committee Draft Agenda
June 1, 2011, 7:00 pm NPR – Board Room West 635 Massachusetts Avenue, NW

1. 1232, 1234, and 1236 New Jersey Avenue NW (HPA# 11-168) Raze request for three rowhouses Representative: Pastor Cheryl Sanders, Third Street Church of God; Hearing Date: 06/23/2011. [ANC 6C02]
2. 704 3rd Street, NW. (HPA# tbd) Concept review for mixed-use hotel/residential project consistent in size and massing with project previously approved by HPRB; Representative: Andi Adams, Goulston and Storrs; Hearing Date: 06/23/2011. [ANC 6C09]
3. 801 New Jersey Avenue NW; Non-voting presentation on the upcoming 801 New Jersey Avenue development; Representative: LuAnne Bennett, Bennett Group. [ANC 6C01]

Our meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend. The Full ANC 6C Commission meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm. Meetings are held at the Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue NE.

Please note that this a Draft Agenda and items listed on this Agenda are subject to change. If you are interested in a particular item on the agenda, please contact the ANC 6C Planning, Zoning, and Environment Chairperson, Rob Amos, at 202.494.5839 or robamos59@gmail.com for the current status of that item.

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    RobA says

    And no discussion took place during the actual meeting at all regarding the Wal-Mart building because Commissioner Keith Silver made a motion to adjourn the meeting before the Bennett Group was to start their discussion. It was seconded by Commissioner Bill Crews and passed 4-3-0.

    Since they couldn’t comment on the tenant (Wal-Mart), they apparently didn’t want to allow ANY discussion on the building design itself.

    Luckily the Bennett Group did stay around after the meeting was officially adjourned and presented the design to members of the ANC 6C Planning, Zoning, and Environment Committee and residents of the area who were interested in seeing the proposed building and offered comments on how to improve the design.