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October ANC 6C Draft Agenda

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6C
Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 7 pm
Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue N.E.

DRAFT AGENDA
Call to order
Quorum
Approval of agenda
Approval of September minutes
Treasurer’s report
Approval of amended first quarterly report

Brief community and commissioner announcements

  • State Superintendent of Education – Dr. Kerri L. Briggs
  • Completion of H Street Survey – November 10, Atlas Theater, 6:30 pm
  • Ludlow Taylor Health and Fitness Fair – Lauren Garsen
  • GFC Half Marathon November 7 – Lisa Czop

OLD BUSINESS

Planning, Zoning, and Environment Committee (Rob Amos, early departure)

  1. 300 block of H Street, modified PUD – Zoning Commission order 06-01 – Less density, less height, plus other modifications – Chip Glasgow. Hearing date ?
  2. Text amendment to permit retail and service uses by special exception in special purpose (SP-2) districts – BZA Case # 09-11. Hearing Oct. 29.
  3. BZA consent calendar – Case # 09-13, text amendment to allow for a BZA consent calendar, limited to certain cases that are routinely before BZA and have high probability of no opposition. The text proposes only one-family dwelling or flats R 1 and new or enlarged accessory structures and community centers. The purpose is to reduce backlog and lower applicant costs. Hearing Oct. 26
  4. Downtown zoning – Zoning Commission Case # 08-06-10, Seven components: replace overlay structure, replace current mechanisms for incentivizing housing with a single system of housing credits, continue retail requirements and standardize them, remove historic preservation goals (only 2 projects in 20 years), maintain existing arts area, establish parking maximums for residential uses, provide a special exception for time limitations for surface parking lots. Hearing Nov. 2.
  5. 2009 amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. Hearing Nov. 2

Transportation Committee (Joe McCann, John Kelly)

  1. Hillsdale College, 227 Massachusetts Avenue NE – Public Space changes to front yard, landscaping, etc., application # 50566 – Anne Adams
  2. Cafe Berlin, 322 Massachusetts Avenue NE – sidewalk cafe, Public Space application #50704 – Irene Khashan. Response deadline Nov. 6
  3. Mt. Vernon Square District Project – pedestrian, bike, transit improvements – Emily Yates
  4. Traffic to be made all stop at selected intersections, conversion from two-way stop to four-way stops, DDOT Notice 09-53-TS, 4th and A NE, 10th and K NE, 8th and I NE. Comments deadline Oct. 20
  5. Madrigal Lofts, 811 Fourth St. NW – Application to place a sculpture in public space – Paula Conley. Response deadline Oct. 22
  6. Proposal to pass a resolution supporting Fresh Farm Market (Thursdays), Eighth St NW between D and E Streets – Comm. Docter
  7. Proposal to request a DDOT traffic study of downtown area, Pennsylvania Avenue to north side of New York Avenue NW and Massachusetts Avenue, 395, to 15th Street N.W. – Comm. Docter
  8. Eleven new applications for valet parking in 6C09, one in 6C04 – Many of these already have valet parking, and a new DC law requires them to file for an application. Hearing Oct. 27

Liquor License Committee report (Comm. Phelps)

  • Oasis Liquor, brief update – Comm. Phelps
  • Bistro Cacao, brief update – Comm. Wirt
  • Level Tavern, brief update – Comm. Docter

Grants Committee (Comm. Brown)

  • MPD Citizen Advisory Council (CAC) proposed grant – Nancy Rosen, CAC chair

Youth and Education Committee (Comm. Hamilton)
NEW BUSINESS

  • Communications proposal (if time) – Comm. Velasco

Meeting Adjournment

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