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ANC1C Meeting

The next meeting of ANC1C is:

Wed July 6 @ 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Mary's Center
2355 Ontario Road NW
Washington, DC

The agenda is:

Minutes. The Commission expects to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on June 1, 2016.

Potomac Electric Power Company Substation No. 25. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendation that the Commission support the landmark application that has been filed by the DC Preservation League for the Potomac Electric Power Company Substation No. 25, located at 2119 Champlain Street NW.

2341 Ashmead Place NW. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendation that the Commission oppose the revised plans for this development in the Kalorama Triangle Historic District as being inconsistent with the Historic Preservation Guidelines and inconsistent with the Commission’s previous resolution concerning this development.

Marie Reed Modernization Process. The Commission may deliberate and vote concerning the Marie Reed modernization process.

Adams Morgan Day. The Commission may deliberate and vote concerning the plans that are underway for Adams Morgan Day 2016.

Cucina Al Volo Settlement Agreement. The Commission may deliberate and vote on a draft settlement agreement with Cucina Al Volo (Pasta Mia's license).

 

Matters addressed at the June 1 meeting:

Minutes.  The Commission voted 4-0, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on May 4, 2016.

El Nuevo Migueleno Alcohol License Renewal.  The Commission voted 5-0 to protest the renewal of the El Nuevo Migueleno restaurant alcohol license.

DCRA’s Online Permit Tracking Database.  The Commission voted 5-0 to send a letter calling on DCRA to immediately restore public access to their online permit tracking database.

2005 Kalorama Road NW.  The Commission voted 5-0 to not oppose the proposed renovation to this property in the Kalorama Triangle Historic District.

2412 18th Street NW.  The Commission voted 5-0 to not oppose this proposed development in the Washington Heights Historic District, and to specifically support the use of matching brick for the rear extension.