The next meeting of ANC1C is:

05Apr
Wed Apr 05 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
ANC1C
Mary's Center
2355 Ontario Road NW
Washington, DC


Minutes. The Commission will vote on adoption of the minutes from its March 1, 2017 meeting.

Phoenix Restaurant Lounge. The Commission will vote on the ABC and Public Service Committee's recommendation to protest a new restaurant license to serve wine and beer at 2434 18th St. NW, with the intent to reach a Settlement Agreement.

Eighth Annual Adams Morgan Summer Concert Series. The Commission may vote on a proposal to support the permit for the Eighth Annual Adams Morgan Summer Concert Series.

Cultural Tourism DC Inc. Grant Request. The Commission will vote on the Public Services and the Environment Committee's recommendation voted to issue a $1000 grant for the booklet "Roads to Diversity: Adams Morgan Heritage Trail."

14th Street Express Bus Service. The Commission may vote on a proposal that advises the government of the District of Columbia to fund the initial operating cost of an express bus service for the 14th Street NW bus lines.

Ben Tre Vietnamese Cuisine. The Commission will consider action on an application for a restaurant alcohol license by Ben Tre Vietnamese Cuisine. 

Other Matters. It is generally expected that any other matters voted out of Committee in March will be scheduled for deliberation and voting by the Commission at this meeting.

 

Matters addressed at the March 1 meeting:

Minutes. The Commission voted 7-0 to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on February 1.

1777 Columbia Road NW. The Commission received a presentation from representatives from Foxhall Partners about their project in the old Avignon Freres (most recently Payless Shoes) location at 1777 Columbia Rd NW.

Il Palazzo Project. The Commission received a presentation from Mill Creek about the development at the former Italian Embassy. Mill Creek discussed a job fair scheduled at the Festival Center on March 21.

Adams Morgan Youth Leadership Academy (AMYLA). The Commission received a presentation from representatives from AMYLA.

Federalist Pig. The Commission voted 8-0 to approve a settlement agreement for the Federalist Pig.

Pitango Gelato and Cafe. The Commission voted 8-0 to approve a settlement agreement for Pitango Gelato and Cafe.

Bottle Shop. The Commission voted 8-0 to approve a settlement agreement for the Bottle Shop.

2009 18th Street NW. The Commission voted 7-0, with one abstention, on the PZT Committee's recommendation to support a proposed new building at this location in the Washington Heights Historic District (currently the Lauriol Plaza surface parking lot).

Authorization of Non-Commissioner Representation. The Commission voted 8-0 on the PZT Committee's recommendation that the Commission authorize former ANC Commissioner Alan Gambrell to represent the ANC on matters related to a Board of Zoning Adjustment appeal and a proposed Office of Planning rule change affecting certain housing in Lanier Heights.

Pharmaceutical Disposal. The Commission voted 8-0 on the Public Services and Environment committee's recommendation that the Commission urge the City Council and Mayor to adopt an adequate system for proper disposal of pharmaceuticals.