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ANC1C Meeting

The next meeting of ANC1C is:

Wed May 4 @ 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Mary's Center
2355 Ontario Road NW
Washington, DC

The agenda is:

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

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

Quarterly Report for Q2 of FY2016. The Commission expects to adopt its quarterly financial report for Q2 of FY2016.

Alcohol License Application for Line DC Hotel. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on a settlement agreement for the Line DC Hotel alcohol license.

Proposed Amendment to La Fourchette Settlement Agreement. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the ABC & Public Safety Committee’s recommendation that the Commission approve a proposed amendment to the La Fourchette alcohol license settlement agreement.

Proposed Amendment to Lapis Settlement Agreement. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the ABC & Public Safety Committee’s recommendation that the Commission protest a proposed amendment to the Lapis alcohol license settlement agreement.

Proposed Amendment to Local 16 Settlement Agreement. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the ABC & Public Safety Committee’s recommendation that the Commission protest a proposed amendment to the Local 16 alcohol license settlement agreement.

Spaghetti Garden 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 Spaghetti Garden restaurant alcohol license.

My Canton Alcohol License Renewal and Sidewalk Cafe Application. The Commission may deliberate and voted concerning My Canton’s alcohol license renewal and application for alcohol sales on a sidewalk cafe.

PN Hoffman’s Proposed Development of 1800 Columbia Road NW (Currently the SunTrust Property).The Commission expects to deliberate and vote concerning the Planning, Zoning, and Transportation Committee’s recommendations that the Commission (i) find the proposed building to be inconsistent with the recommendation of the Adams Morgan Vision Framework document concerning preserving community use of a plaza at the site, (ii) oppose the proposed height and setback of the building as being inconsistent with the Historic Preservation Guidelines, (iii) oppose any building permit for the project based on the claim that the property fronts on three streets, rather than on two streets, and carefully scrutinize compliance with the other zoning requirements that apply to the property, and (iv) carefully scrutinize the proposed garage entrance on 18th Street NW with respect to potential risks to pedestrian safety, and carefully scrutinize the proposed construction of underground parking spaces beyond the property’s building restriction line on Columbia Road NW with respect to concerns about potential adverse impacts on future transit planning.

2434 16th Street NW. The Commission may deliberate and vote on an application for configuration of walkways in the public space in front of 2434 16th Street NW.

Use of Walter Pierce Park for "Say Their Names" Event. The Commission may deliberate and vote on the use of Walter Pierce Park for the annual “Say Their Names” event memorializing those who were buried in the cemeteries located in what is now Walter Pierce Park.

 

 

Matters addressed at the April 6 meeting:

Minutes. The Commission voted 8-0 to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on March 2, 2016.

$200 for Spanish Translation. The Commission voted 8-0 to allocate $200 to translate materials into Spanish.  

Alcohol License Application for Villa Tuscana. The Commission voted 8-0 to approve a settlement agreement for the Villa Tuscana alcohol license.
 
Alcohol License Application for the Line DC Hotel. The Commission received community comments concerning the draft settlement agreement for the Line DC Hotel alcohol license. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on a final version of the settlement agreement at its meeting on Wednesday, May 4th.
 
WMATA Shutdown on March 16, 2016.  This matter was withdrawn from the agenda.
 
Proposal to Request a DDOT Traffic Study of the 2100-2300 block of Ontario Road NW.   The Commission voted 7-0 to request that DDOT conduct a traffic study on trucks and other large vehicles on the 2100-2300 block of Ontario Road NW.
 
Summer Concert Series.  The Commission voted 7-0 to send a letter of support for the Adams Morgan Partnership Business Improvement District’s application to use public space at the corner of Columbia Road and Adams Mill Road for the annual Summer Concert Series that they organize for the community.
 
Proposed Development at Scottish Rite Parking Lot. With respect to this project in the Meridian Hill Historic District that is before the Historic Preservation Review Board, the Commission voted 6-0 to call for reduction in height of a story, 4-2 to call for alternative approaches to massing, 5-1 to call for revisions in the exterior design, and 6-0 to call for improvement in the relationship to Columbia Road.
 
Champlain Street during Marie Reed Construction. The Commission voted 4-2 to support closing the portion of Champlain Street between Kalorama Road and Old Morgan School Place during Marie Reed construction, to call for further information concerning construction truck routes, to call for use of flag crews during construction, to call for security personnel to be posted on site during non-work hours, and to call for keeping the 18th Street sidewalk open on evenings and weekends.
 
2434 16th Street NW. The Commission voted 6-0 to request an extension of time for consideration of this matter relating to configuration of walkways in the public space in front of 2434 16th Street NW.
 
1835 Ontario Place NW. This matter was withdrawn from the agenda.