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Meeting Agenda, 11/07/17

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6E
PUBLIC MEETING
November 7, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library, 1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
2. Approval of Agenda
3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
4. Special Guest: Mayor Muriel E. Bowser
5. 1545 New Jersey Avenue, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for a Variance to Operate New Full-Service Restaurant (Great American Bistro, LLC)[6E02]
6. 601 K Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for a Special Exception to Operate a Bar in the Penthouse of a New Hotel (Douglas Development)[6E05]
7. 915 French Street, NW: Request for Support for Historic Preservation Application for Third Floor Addition and Roof Deck (SOB Development)[6E01]
8. 1544 Marion Street, NW: Request for Support for Public Space Application for Paving of New Residential Driveway (Cardiff Giant, LLC)[6E02]
9. 1400 7th Street, NW: Request for Support for Renewal of Class B/Retail—Grocery ABC License (Giant)[6E01]
10. 490 L Street, NW: Request for Support for Renewal of Class B/Retail—Grocery ABC License (Safeway)[6E05]
11. 99 H Street, NW: Request for Support for Renewal of Class B/Retail—Grocery ABC License (Wal-Mart)[6E07]
12. 209 New York Avenue, NW: Request for Support for Renewal of Class B/Retail—Grocery ABC License (Andy’s Carryout)[6E04]
13. DC Water Presentation: Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project [6E02]
14. Other New Business
15. Old Business
16. Approval of Minutes of 10/03/17 Meeting
17. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
18. Approval of Expenses
19. Announcements
20. Next Meeting: Tuesday, December 5, 2017, 6:30 PM
21. Adjournment

Meeting Agenda, 10/03/17

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6E

PUBLIC MEETING

October 3, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library, 1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  4. 251 Massachusetts Avenue, NW: Request for Support for Zoning Map Amendment for Expansion of Adjacent Office Building at 251 H Street, NW (251 Massachusetts Avenue, LLC)[6E07]
  5. 614 S Street, NW: Request for Support for Applications to Amend the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map and Amend the Zoning Map from the RF-1 District to the ARTS-2 District (Manna, Inc.)[6E02]
  6. 1005 7th Street, NW: Request for Support for Public Space Permit for New Unenclosed Café (Capital Burger Holdings, LLC)[6E04]
  7. 901 3rd Street, NW: Request for Support for Public Space Permit for Liberty Place Apartments (IBF Development)[6E07]
  8. Parcel 42 (NE Corner of 7th & R Streets, NW): Request for Support for Approval of Disposition of Public Land (Ditto Residential)[6E02]
  9. Request for Support for FY18 New Communities Comprehensive Case Management Services Grant (Housing Opportunities Unlimited, Northwest One)[6E07]
  10. Other New Business
  11. Old Business
  12. Approval of Minutes of 09/05/17 Meeting
  13. Approval of FY18 ANC 6E Budget
  14. Approval of ANC 6E Calendar Year 2018 Meeting Location
  15. Approval of Quarterly Report
  16. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  17. Approval of Expenses
  18. Announcements
  19. Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 7, 2017, 6:30 PM
  20. Adjournment

Meeting Agenda, 09/05/17

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6E

PUBLIC MEETING

September 5, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. ANC 6E04 Vacancy Election (Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions)
  4. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  5. DC Water: Presentation on Sewer Backups Resulting from 08/12/17 Rainstorm [6E01 & 6E02]
  6. 443 Ridge Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for an Area Variance to Allow a Rear Addition to an Existing Row House (Matthew Oppenheim)[6E04]
  7. 1501 9th Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for Conversion of Third and Fourth Story Residential to Commercial Space (Myint Family, LLC)[6E01]
  8. 601 K Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for Construction of a New     220 Room Hotel (Douglas Development)[6E05]
  9. 614 S Street, NW: Information Presentation on Proposed Development of Affordable Housing (New Community Church)[6E02]
  10. DC Department of Forensic Sciences: Presentation on Agency
  11. Grant Application: Request for Support for Gun Violence Prevention Workshop on September 23, 2017 (Henry C. Gregory, III Family Life Center)[6E01]
  12. Other New Business
  13. Announcement of Results of ANC 6E04 Election (Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions)
  14. Old Business
  15. Approval of Minutes of 07/05/17 ANC 6E Meeting and 07/18/17 Special Meeting
  16. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  17. Approval of Expenses
  18. Announcements
  19. Next Meeting: Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 6:30 PM
  20. Adjournment

 

ANC 6E04 Election

The DC Board of Elections has certified three candidates for the election to fill the ANC 6E04 Single Member District vacancy created by the resignation of Lily Roberts  The candidates’ names, addresses, and phone numbers are as follows:

Miguel A. Ayala, 1115 6th Street, NW #3, 202-279-0647

David Jaffe, 216 N Street, NW, 847-544-8827

Sterlicia Rodney, 1111 McCullough Court, NW #303, 202-271-7343

At its public meeting held on July 5, 2017, the Commission adopted the following rules for the conduct of the election consistent with recommendations received from the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6E

Special Election Procedures to Fill the Vacancy in SMD 6E04

Date and Place of the Election:  The election will be held during the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of ANC 6E on September 5, 2017.  The meeting will be held at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library, 1630 7th Street, NW, Meeting Room 1 (Lower Level), Washington, DC 20001.

Eligibility to Vote:  The election will be open to registered voters of SMD 6E04 only.  Potential voters must present themselves at the polling place and must have either a Board of Elections (BOE) voter identification card showing that they are registered to vote in SMD 6E04 or be listed as a voter in SMD 6E04 on the voter registration list provided by the BOE.

The Candidates:   The order of the names on the ballot will be in alphabetical order.  On the day of the election, each candidate or their representatives will be able to greet voters and answer questions outside the entrance to the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library.  No electioneering will be permitted inside the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library or Meeting Room 1 at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library.  Ballots may only be cast for candidates certified by the BOE; in accordance with the ANC law, there will be no write-ins.

Eligibility of Voters:  As voters enter the meeting room, they will be checked to determine whether their name is on the BOE voter registration list or whether they have a voter identification card indicating they are registered in SMD 6E04.  If their name is on the list, they will enter their signature on the list opposite their name.  Those whose names are not on the list but who have a voter identification card will enter their names, addresses, and signatures on a separate sheet.  Those whose names are not on the list and who also do not have a voter identification card will not be given a ballot.

Voting:  Casting of ballots, supplied by the ANC, will commence at 6:35 PM.  A ballot box will be placed in the meeting room where it can be observed by all present at the meeting.  The candidates or their representatives may check the ballot box before voting begins to assure that it is empty.  Each candidate will be permitted one observer (the candidate or a designee of the candidate) to observe the voting process, but the observer will not be permitted to interrupt or interfere with the voting, and will not be permitted to communicate directly or indirectly with any voter.  All ballots must be placed in the ballot box or returned to the election manager, who will make note of the returned ballot and the reasons for it.  The election manager will have authority to replace spoiled ballots.  The Chairperson shall appoint a representative of the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions as the election manager.  Voting will continue until the polls close at 7:35 pm.  Anyone still in line waiting to register at 7:35 pm will be allowed to vote if otherwise qualified.

Counting the Votes:  The ballot box will remain closed until the polls have closed.  After the voting ends, the ballot box will be opened, and the votes will be counted by at least two impartial vote counters.  The candidates or their representatives may observe the counting of the votes.  The results will then be submitted to and read aloud by the Chairperson of the ANC. The election manager will report to the Commission any unresolved issues not addressed by these rules.  The Commission will take action to resolve these issues before the end of the meeting.  In the event of a tie vote, in accordance with the DC Official Code, the candidates or their proxies will cast lots (e.g. draw slips of paper from a box or flip a coin) to determine the winner.  In the event of any incident or occurrence that threatens the conduct or fairness of the election or the vote count, the election manager will be authorized to suspend the balloting or counting of ballots.

Filling the Vacancy:  Following the results of the election, the ANC will vote on a resolution stating the name of the winner and asking the Board of Elections to declare the vacancy filled.

After the meeting, the Commission must transmit the resolution to the Board of Elections, the Mayor, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the Commissioner Elect. The elected Commissioner must be sworn in by a Councilmember prior to assuming his or her official duties.candidate

 

Special Meeting Agenda, 07/18/17

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6E

PUBLIC MEETING

July 18, 2017, 6:30 PM

NorthWest One Library

155 L Street, NW

This meeting will be cancelled if no settlement agreement is submitted for the Commission’s approval.

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Cloakroom, 476 K Street, NW: Approval of Settlement Agreement re: Rooftop Summer Garden Protest (476 K, LLC)[ANC 6E05]
  4. Announcements
  5. Next Meeting: Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 6:30 PM
  6. Adjournment

Meeting Agenda, July 5, 2017

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6E

PUBLIC MEETING

July 5, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. ANC 6E04 Vacancy Update
  4. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  5. 1400 5th Street, NW/501 O Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for an Area Variance to Allow Expansion of an Existing Apartment House from Three to Four Dwelling Units (1400 5th Street, LLC)[6E02]
  6. 1501 9th Street, NW: Request for Support for Historic Preservation Approval for New Enclosed Sidewalk Cafe (Chaplin’s Restaurant)[6E01]
  7. 128 M Street, NW: Request for Support for Amendment to Board of Zoning Adjustment Order to Allow Expansion of a Child Development Center (Bright Beginnings)[6E07]
  8. O Street Park (New Jersey Avenue and O Street, NW): Request for Support for Permit for Event on July 22, 2017 (New Covenant Evangelistic Center)[6E04]
  9. Other New Business
  10. Old Business
  11. Approval of Minutes of 06/06/17 ANC 6E Meeting
  12. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  13. Approval of Quarterly Report
  14. Approval of Expenses
  15. Announcements
  16. Next Meeting: Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 6:30 PM
  17. Adjournment

Meeting Agenda, June 2017

 

June 6, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  4. Rats: Presentation and Q&A about Rat Abatement Services (Department of Health)
  5. 1805 Wiltberger Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for a Special Exception to Allow Construction of a Third Floor Addition and Penthouse (Hector M. Burgos)[6E02]
  6. 601 K Street, NW: Request for Support for Zoning Relief Required for 190 Room AC by Marriott Hotel (Douglas Development)[6E05]
  7. 801 K Street, NW: Request for Support for Lease and Renovation of Carnegie Library as Apple Legacy Store (Apple/Events DC)[ANC 2C01]
  8. Capital Burger, 1005 7th Street, NW: Request for Support for New Class C Restaurant License with Sidewalk Cafe (Capital Burger Holdings, LLC)[6E04]
  9. French Quarter Brasserie & Oyster Bar, 1544 9th Street, NW: Request for Support for Substantial Change Applications for Entertainment Endorsement and Summer Garden (Cajun Cridder 9c, LLC)[6E01]
  10. Cloakroom, 476 K Street, NW: Approval of Settlement Agreement re: Rooftop Summer Garden Protest (476 K, LLC)[ANC 6E05]
  11. Capital Grid Project: Presentation on Electrical Infrastructure Project which includes New Mount Vernon Triangle Substation (PEPCO)[6E07]
  12. Northwest One, North Side of Unit Block of K Street, NW: Consideration of Developer Proposals from Four Bidders for District-Owned Parcel—Community Builders, IBF Development, Monument Realty, MRP Realty  (Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development)[ANC 6E07]
  13. Other New Business
  14. Old Business
  15. Approval of Minutes of 05/02/17 ANC 6E Meeting
  16. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  17. Approval of Expenses
  18. Announcements
  19. Next Meeting: Wednesday, July 5, 2017, 6:30 PM
  20. Adjournment

Agenda – May 2nd Meeting

 

May 2, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  4. 1529 8th Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for a Special Exception to Allow Construction of a Rear Addition and Roof Deck (Henry M. Hunt) [6E01]
  5. Rito Loco, 606 T Street, NW: Request for Support for Substantial Change to Allow Alcoholic Beverage Sales in 49 Seat Rooftop Summer Garden with Entertainment (Rito Loco, LLC) [ANC 6E02]
  6. Chaplin’s, 1501 9th Street, NW: Request for Support for Application to Convert Unenclosed Café to Enclosed  Café (Adrian Williams)[ANC 6E01]
  7. French Quarter Brasserie & Oyster Bar, 1544 9th Street, NW: Request for Support for District Department of Transportation Public Space Application for a New Unenclosed Café (Cajun Cridder 9c, LLC)[6E01]
  8. Tropical Smoothie Café, 425 I Street, NW: Request for Support for New Unenclosed Café (Oubab Khalil)[ANC 6E05]
  9. 2nd & K Streets, NW Parking Deck: Reconsideration of Development Proposals from Three Bidder Teams, including Two Proposing Development of Cobb Park (Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development) [6E07]
  10. Other New Business
  11. Old Business
  12. Approval of Minutes of 04/04/17 ANC 6E Meeting
  13. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  14. Approval of Expenses
  15. Approval of FY17 2nd Quarter Report
  16. Announcements
  17. Next Meeting: Tuesday, June 6, 2017, 6:30 PM
  18. Adjournment

Agenda: April 4, 2017 (6:30 PM)

 

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D
  4. Logan-Shaw Child Care, 1700 7th Street, NW: Request for Support for Board of Zoning Adjustment Application for a Special Exception to Allow a Child Care Facility Serving up to 51 Children where Zoning Allows 20 Children (Capitol Hill Child Care) [6E01]
  5. Capitol Vista, 888 New Jersey Avenue, NW: Request for Support for Zoning Commission Application for a Planned Unit Development to Allow Construction of a New Mixed Use Building (Capitol Vista  Community Partners) [6E07]
  6. New Endeavors by Women, 611 N Street, NW: Consideration of Grant Application [6E03]
  7. 2nd & K Streets, NW Parking Deck: Presentation on Development Proposals from Three Bidder Teams, including Two Proposing Development of Cobb Park (Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development) [6E07]
  8. Approval of Revised ANC 6E Grant Application
  9. Other New Business
  10. Old Business
  11. Approval of Minutes of 03/07/17 ANC 6E Meeting
  12. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
  13. Approval of Expenses
  14. Announcements
  15. Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 2, 2017, 6:30 PM
  16. Adjournment

March Meeting Agenda

PUBLIC MEETING

March 7, 2017, 6:30 PM

Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

1630 7th Street, NW

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Roll Call

2. Approval of Agenda

3. PSA Reports: Metropolitan Police Department, 1D, 3D and 5D

4. Cloakroom, 476 K Street, NW: Request for Support for Substantial Change (New Summer Garden) to Class C

Nightclub ABRA License [6E05]

5. 801 N Street, NW: Request for Support for Historic Preservation Approval of Concept for New Construction

(Foundry Companies/Holladay Corp.) [6E03]

6. 1544 9 th Street, NW: Request for Support for Modification of Consequence to Previously Approved Board of

Zoning Adjustment Order Permitting Operation of a Restaurant (Kelly Gorsuch)[6E01]

7. Logan-Shaw Child Care, 1700 7 th Street, NW: Notice of Intention to File an Application with the Board of Zoning

Adjustment for a Special Exception to Allow a Child Care Facility Serving 48 Children where Zoning Allows 20

Children (Capitol Hill Child Care) [6E01]

8. Capitol Vista, 888 New Jersey Avenue, NW: Notice of Intention to File an Application with the Zoning Commission

for a Planned Unit Development to Allow Construction of a New Mixed Use Building (Voltron Community

Partners) [6E07]

9. New Endeavors by Women, 611 N Street, NW: Consideration of Grant Application [6E03]

10. Presentation on RFK Stadium Campus Redevelopment Process (Events DC)

11. Other New Business

12. Old Business

13. Approval of Minutes of 02/07/17 ANC 6E Meeting

14. Approval of Treasurer’s Report

15. Approval of FY17 Q1 Quarterly Report

16. Approval of Expenses

17. Announcements

18. Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 7, 2017, 6:30 PM

19. Adjournment