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ANC1C Meeting

The next meeting of ANC1C is:

Wed June 1 @ 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 May 4, 2016.

El Nuevo Migueleno Alcohol License Renewal. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the ABC & Public Safety Committee’s recommendation that the Commission protest the renewal of the El Nuevo Migueleno restaurant alcohol license.

DCRA’s Online Permit Tracking Database. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendation that the Commission send a letter calling on the DCRA to immediately restore public access to their online permit tracking database.

2005 Kalorama Road NW. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendation that the Commission not oppose the proposed renovation to this property in the Kalorama Triangle Historic District.

2412 18th Street NW. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendation that the Commission not oppose this proposed development in the Washington Heights Historic District, and to specifically support the use of matching brick for the rear extension.

 

Matters addressed at the May 4 meeting:

DC Board of Elections. The DC Board of Elections gave a brief presentation explaining new procedures, significant upcoming dates, and demonstrating new voting machines.

Minutes. The Commission voted 5-0 to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on April 6, 2016.

Quarterly Report for Q2 of FY2016. The Commission voted 5-0 to adopt its quarterly financial report for Q2 of FY2016.

Alcohol License Application for The Line DC Hotel. The Commission voted 5-0, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to approve a settlement agreement for The Line DC Hotel alcohol license.

Proposed Amendment to La Fourchette Settlement Agreement. The Commission voted 5-0 to approve a proposed amendment to the La Fourchette restaurant alcohol license settlement agreement.

Proposed Amendment to Lapis Settlement Agreement. The Commission voted 5-0 to protest a proposed amendment to the Lapis restaurant alcohol license settlement agreement.

Proposed Amendment to Local 16 Settlement Agreement. The Commission voted 6-0 to protest a proposed amendment to the Local 16 restaurant alcohol license settlement agreement.

Spaghetti Garden Alcohol License Renewal. The Commission voted 5-0, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to protest the renewal of the Spaghetti Garden restaurant alcohol license.

My Canton Alcohol License Renewal and Sidewalk Cafe Application. The Commission voted 6-0 to include these matters on the agenda without the typical 10 days’ advance notice on the basis that not doing so would be adverse to the community. The Commission then voted 6-0 to protest the renewal of the My Canton restaurant alcohol license, and 6-0 to protest the My Canton sidewalk cafe application.

Millie & Al’s Alcohol License Renewal. The Commission voted 6-0 to include this matter on the agenda without the typical 10 days’ advance notice on the basis that not doing so would be adverse to the community. The Commission then voted 6-0 to protest the renewal of the Millie & Al’s restaurant alcohol license as the establishment is no longer in operation.

Pasta Mia Alcohol License Renewal. The Commission voted 6-0 to include this matter on the agenda without the typical 10 days’ advance notice on the basis that not doing so would be adverse to the community. The Commission then voted 6-0 to protest the renewal of the Pasta Mia restaurant alcohol license as the establishment is no longer in operation.

Proposed Development of 1800 Columbia Road NW (Currently the SunTrust Property). The Commission voted 6-0, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to oppose zoning relief for the project relating to the rear yard requirement (but impacting the height of the proposed building). The Commission voted 5-0, with 2 Commissioners abstaining, to raise issues with the project under the Historic Preservation Guidelines relating to height, scale, setback, proportion, rhythm, and massing. The Commission voted 5-1, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to oppose the project’s proposed garage entrance on 18th Street and to oppose underground parking spaces extending beyond the building restriction line on Columbia Road NW.