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ANC1C Meeting

The next meeting of ANC1C is:

Wed, February 1, 2017 @ 7:00PM
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 January 4, 2017.

Bukom Cafe. The Commission expects to consider approval of negotiated amendment to settlement agreement with Bukom Cafe.

Rock & Roll Marathon. The Commission expects to deliberate and vote on a resolution in support of the Rock & Roll Marathon to be held March 11.

DC Water. Representatives from DC Water will give a presentation on a water meter rehabilitation project.

Other Agenda Items. It is generally anticipated that any matters voted out of Committee in January will be scheduled for deliberation and voting by the full Commission on Wednesday, February 1.

 

Matters addressed at the January 4 meeting:

2017 Organizational Matters. The Commission elected its officers for 2017, established its Committee assignments for 2017, and established its meeting dates for 2017.

Minutes. The Commission voted 7-0 to adopt the minutes of its regular monthly meeting that took place on December 7, 2016.

2017 Treasury Matters. The Commission designated its agents for the Commission’s bank account for 2017, voted to participate in the ANC Security Fund for 2017, and authorized rental of meeting space for 2017.

Barada Cuban Restaurant. The Commission voted 6-0, with 1 Commissioner abstaining, to protest the new restaurant license application for 2309 18th Street NW with the objective of achieving a settlement agreement with the applicant.

The Bottle Shop. The Commission voted 7-0 to protest the application to change from a B alcohol license (off-premise sales of wine and beer only) to an A alcohol license (off-premise sales of wine, beer, and liquor) for 2216 18th Street NW pending assessment of legal restrictions that may apply to the application, and then with the objective of achieving a settlement agreement with the applicant.

Heaven & Hell Summer Garden. The Commission voted 7-0 to protest an application for an exterior summer garden at the rear of this tavern-licensed establishment.

Line DC Hotel Request for Later Construction Hours Inside Church Building. The Commission voted 7-0 to support (subject to a number of conditions) a request from the Line DC hotel for an extension of interior working hours to 11 pm to facilitate removal of lead paint from inside the church portion of the property.

1800 Columbia Road NW (the SunTrust Property). The Commission voted 5-2 to send a letter to the Historic Preservation Review Board restating the Commission’s opposition to this project.