Februrary 2019 Meetings of the ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its February Meeting on February 12, 2019 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE).

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on February 5, 2019 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE).

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on February 4, 2019* at 7:00 PM in the Conference Room, Ground Floor, The Yard (700 Pennsylvania Ave SE – entrance to 700 Penn is to the left of the Trader Joe’s entrance and to the right of the security desk.
*This meeting was moved to avoid conflict with the community meeting of the Eastern Market Metro Park Plaza project on  2/6/19.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on February 7, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the 3rd Floor Frager’s Conference Room at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE).

FINAL DRAFT AGENDA:

  1. Introduction
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. January Minutes
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-112356: 700 Wine, LLC. t/a The Eastern; 360 7th Street SE; New Retailer’s Class “C” Tavern License operating as a wine bar and serving a limited food menu. Sidewalk Café with 30 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 75 with seating for 55. Hours of Operation and Consumption Inside Premise and On Sidewalk Café: Sunday through Thursday 9am-2am. Friday and Saturday 9am-3am. [6B02]
    3. Planning & Zoning Committee
      1. Support of Historic Landmark Nomination: Southeast Branch Library, 403 7th Street SE; Nominated by Capitol Hill Restoration Society [6B03]
      2. HPA 19-150: 411 4th Street SE; Concept/two-story rear addition; Owners: Theodore Monoson and Anita Sharma; Applicant: Michael Fowler, [6B03]
      3. BZA #19899: 1322 D Street SE; Special exception to construct a two-story, rear addition to an existing, attached principle dwelling unit; Owners: Christopher Turner & Elizabeth Repko; Applicant: Jennifer Fowler, Hearing Date: 3/06/2019 [6B06]
  4. Presentations
    1. Charles Allen, Councilmember Ward 6 (30 minutes)
    2. DC Fire and EMS, Deputy Fire Chief John Donnelly & Chief-of-Staff Amy Mauro (10 minutes)
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    1. Letter to all ANC 6B Class “CR” Restaurant licensees
    2. ABC Report
  7. Planning & Zoning Committee
    1. Discussion of a Letter of Support for The Capitol Hill Classic 2019
    2. Testimony for February 28 Performance Oversight Hearing for Office Of Zoning regarding two items: (1) HPRB’s treatment of non-contributing buildings in the Capitol Hill Historic District and (2) Length of delays between BZA vote and full orders on cases involving parties in opposition.
    3. P&Z Report
  8. Transportation Committee
    1. TC Report
  9. Hill East Task Force
    1. January Report
  10. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force [No Meeting in January]
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
  12.  Financial
    1. Treasurers Report
    2. Revision of FY 2019 Budget & Transmission to Appropriate Agencies
  13. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
    1. Election of Standing Committee Chairs [P&Z; Transportation & ABC]
    2. Reestablishment of Task Forces (HillEast & O&CS) & Assign Charge
    3. Establishment of B.R.A.S.S. Subcommittee & Assign Charge
    4. Election of ANC 6B representative to Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee [EMCAC]
    5. Election of Resident Members
      1. Floyd Brown – TC [6B01]
      2. Norman Metzger – TC [6B03]
      3. Clare Palace – ABC [6B04]
      4. John Manley – TC [6B04]
      5. Kenan Jarboe – P&Z [6B05]
      6. Ellen Opper-Weiner – ABC [6B05]
      7. Ryan Danks – P&Z [6B06]
      8. Sharon Ryan – P&Z [6B07]
      9. Jiaming Shang – TC [6B07]
      10. Amanda Thomas – P&Z [6B08]
      11. Raman Santra – ABC [6B08]
      12. Carol Grissom – TC [6B08]
      13. Robert Chandler – HETF [ 6B08]
      14. Pat Taylor – HETF [6B09]
    6. Increase of monthly hours for Administrative Support
  14. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  15. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Committee will meet on February 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM to set the March 2019 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, the Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee

Election of our  INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE 

The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) will be having an election by its members for the seat of Independent Community Representative.  This will be done during its scheduled meeting on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7pm in the North Hall at the Eastern Market.  According to our By Laws the election was announced, but rescheduled to assure further dissemination and notice to the community. 

To qualify for election to a two year term the EMCAC Independent Community Representative is required to a resident of the local community.  Additionally, the individual so selected shall not be an officer, director or chair of any committee in any of the Capitol Hill Community Organizations represented on the Committee, or a sitting Commissioner of ANC 6B.  Election is by simple majority of the standing EMCAC members.  

We ask that if you would like to put you name in nomination it is suggested that you submit your name and short resume by February 25th to ANC 6B office at 6b@anc.dc.gov and EMCAC members at cburger@cbmove.com.  Nominations will also be accepted from the floor the day of the election.  


EMCAC is the District’s legislatively established body entrusted with advisory and oversight responsibilities for the operations, management and renovation of Eastern Market.

We cordially invite the community to all of our meetings.  They are generally held on the last Wednesday of each month in the North Hall. 

January 2019 Meetings of the ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its January meeting on 15 January 2019* at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE).

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 8 January 2019* at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 9 January 2019* at 7:00 PM  in the Conference Room, Ground Floor, The Yards (700 Pennsylvania Avenue SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee will be heard first at the meeting of that committee on 10 January 2019* at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE).
**This meeting is canceled and will hear the ABRA case listed on the agenda below at the full ANC meeting on January 15, 2019.

*Note: These meeting dates have been adjusted to avoid conflicts with holidays or religious days

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. December Minutes
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    3. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. BZA #19933: 156 Duddington Place, SE; Special exception to construct a one-story rear addition to an existing, attached principal dwelling unit; Owner/Applicant: Sarah Beth and Josh Kuyers, sarahbethsmith2@gmail.com; Hearing Date: 3/06/2019 [6B01]
    4. Transportation Committee
      1. Review of DDOT NOI 18-227-TOA on Establishment of “No Turn on Red” Restrictions at Selected Signalized Intersections
  4. Presentations
    1. Commander Morgan Kane, First District MPD
    2. Phil Mendelson, DC Council Chairman – Update on Short Term Rental Legislation
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    1. [LATE BREAKING] ABRA-096910: Danny Boy LLC., d/b/a Little Pearl; 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Request to amend Settlement Agreement to change Sunday Hours of Operation, Sales, Service and Consumption within the interior of the Premises and Summer Garden to 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Current hours are 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Request support for Stipulated License; Applicant: Donald Silverman, djsilverman4@gmail.com [6B04]
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
    1. HPA #19-079: 628 A Street, SE; Concept/two-story rear and side, one-story rooftop addition; Owner: Jason and Anne Thomas, annemay212@gmail.com; Applicant: Jennifer Fowler, 202-546-0896, Jennifer@fowler-architects.com [6B02]
    2. HPA #19-140: 302 South Carolina Ave. SE; concept/rear addition; Owner: Matthew and Claire Portolese; Applicant: Bill Putnam, Dynerman Architects, wputnam@dwarchitects.com
    3. HPA #19-078: 121 7th Street, SE; Concept/three-story rear addition, one-story rooftop addition, alter front façade; Owner: Danny Ly and Michael Silvestro, danny.o.ly@gmail.com; Applicant: Jennifer Fowler, 202-546-0896, Jennifer@fowler-architects.com [6B02]
    4. BZA #19898: 121 7th Street, SE; Special exceptions to construct a third story and rear addition to the existing, two-story, attached principal dwelling unit; Owner: Michael Silvestro; Applicant: Jennifer Fowler, 202-546-0896, Jennifer@fowler-architects.com; Hearing Date: 1/16/2019, 2/06/2019 [6B02]
    5. P&Z Monthly Report
  8. Transportation Committee
    1. TC Monthly Report
  9. Hill East Task Force
    1.  November Report
    2. December Report
  10. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
  12. Financial
    1. Treasurers Report – January
    2. FY19 Q1 Quarterly Report  
    3. FY19 Q1 Transactions
    4. 2019 Security Fund
  13. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
    1. Election of Officers [Gottlieb Simon, Executive Director for the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commission to Facilitate]
      ANC 6B officer positions are Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Parliamentarian:
  14. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  15. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on 29 January 2019, at 7:00 pm to set the February 2019 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

December 2018 Meetings of ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its December meeting on 11 December 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE)

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 4 December 2018 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 5 December 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 6 December 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

The Hill East Task Force met on 10 December 2018 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE).

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. November Minutes
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-111960: Cocineros, LLC. t/a Taco City DC; 1102 8th Street SE; Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant license; New restaurant with seating capacity of 45, Total Occupancy Load of 45. The license will include an Entertainment Endorsement. Hours of Operation and Live Entertainment: Sunday 7am-12am, Monday-Thursday 7am-2am, Friday and Saturday 7am-3am. Hours of Alcoholic Beverage Sales: Sunday 10am-12am, Monday through Thursday 10am-2am, Friday and Saturday 10am-3am. Protest Petition Deadline: 12/17/2018 [6B04]
      2. ABRA-112072: District Soul Food Restaurant & Lounge, LLC. t/a District Soul Food Restaurant & Lounge; 500 8th Street SE; New Restaurant serving soul food. Requesting an Entertainment Endorsement to provide live entertainment inside the premises only. Sidewalk Café with 40 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 199 with seating for 180; Applicant: Edward Reynolds, (202) 487-6140; Protest Petition Deadline: 12/24/2018 [6B04]
      3. ABRA-111597: Emilie’s, LLC. t/a Emilie’s; 1101 Pennsylvania Ave SE; New Class “C” Restaurant serving farm-to-table American dim sum and other Asian-inspired food. Total Occupancy Load of 150 with seating for 110 patrons inside. Summer Garden with 35 seats. Hours of Operation and Alcoholic Beverage Sales: Sunday through Thursday 8am-2am, Friday and Saturday 8am-3am. Protest Petition Deadline: 12/24/2018 [6B04]
    3. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. Letter to HSEMA regarding the 2019 Rock N’ Roll DC Marathon and Half Marathon scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 2019
      2. DDOT Public Space #319423: 500 13th Street SE; Fixture: Sign-Free Standing, Fixture: Single Head or Double Head Meter, Projections: Bay Window(s) [6B06]
      3. Letter to DCHA regarding vacant square in 6D (ZC #03-12W/03-13W Request for a minor modification to Zoning Commission Order 03-12/03-13E)
      4. [LATE BREAKING] Letter to DC Councilmembers on streamlining the alley homebuilding process
    4. Transportation Committee
      1. Letter to DDOT on Vision Zero All Way Stops
  4. Presentations
    1. Larry Handerhan, DHS, to discuss services for the homeless and homeless facilities
    2. [LATE BREAKING] Sarah Fashbaugh from ABRA to discuss upcoming 2019 liquor license renewals
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
  8. Transportation Committee
  9. Hill East Task Force
  10. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
  12. Financial
    1. Treasurers Report 
  13. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
    1. 2019 Calendar of ANC 6B Committee Meetings
  14. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  15. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on 20 December 2018, at 7:00 pm to set the January 2019 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

November 2018 Meetings of ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its November meeting on 13 November 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE)

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 5 November 2018 at 7:00 PM* at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). *This meeting was hosted on a Monday due to scheduling conflicts with Election Day. The report for this committee can be found  here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 7 November 2018 at 6:30-8:30 PM at the Southeast Library, Basement (403 7th Street SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 8 November 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE). The report for this committee can be found here.

The Hilleast Taskforce is hosting a meeting on 19 November 2018 at 7pm.  The meeting will be at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE).  Representatives from DGS, DMPED, DOEE, DDOT, and MPD have been invited to attend.

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. October Minutes
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-111567: Dae Ah LLC t/a Capitol Supreme Market, 501 4th Street, SE, Retailer’s Class B – Grocery; Updating the existing Settlement Agreement (SA) from 2014 and consider expanded hours with regards to Hours of Operation and Sales of alcohol. Requested Hours of OPERATION are: Mon-Sun 7 am – 11 pm; and the requested Hours of SALES of Alcohol are: Mon-Sun 9 am – 11 pm. Applicant: Jiyoon Kim, 202-547-1336, jyk9683@gmail.com [6B03]
    3. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. Public Space Permit #10692045: New Sidewalk Cafe Un-Enclosed at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue SE; Applicant: Nick Jesse, nick@csariegler.com [6B06]
      2. BZA #19867: 816 Potomac Avenue SE: special exception to construct a four-story addition to an existing apartment house; Owner: Thomas Jefferson Real Estate LLC, Architect: Cary Kadlecek, 202-721-1113, ckadlecek@goulstonstorrs.com; Hearing Date: 11/28/2018 [6B04]
      3. BZA #19847: 329 16th Street SE: Special exception to construct a third-story and rear addition to a principal dwelling unit and convert the dwelling into a flat; Owner: Elton Investment Group; Applicant: Dennis Hughes, 202-955-3000, Dennis.hughes@hklaw.com; Hearing Date 12/12/2018 [6B09]
      4. HPA 18-612: 710 E Street, SE: concept/three-story rear addition; Owner J.M. Casey 202-437-0962; Applicant: KC Price, 202-320-2137, kc@afa-studios.com [6B03]
      5. HPA 18-671: 423 4th Street SE: concept/rear three-story addition; Owner: Benjamin Whitcomb, 301-806-9300, benwhitcomb@live.com; Applicant: Jennifer Fowler, 202-546-0896, jennifer@fowler-architects.com [6B03]
      6. HPA 19-038: 712 5th Street SE: concept/rear and rooftop additions; Owner: Christopher Dougherty; Applicant: Eric Goetz, Blue Star 202-427-6471, eric@bluestardesignbuild.com [6B03]
      7. LATE BREAKING – HPA Review: 304 Pennsylvania Ave SE; Owner: Air Line Pilots Association International; Applicant: Jonathan Mellon, JMellon@goulstonstorrs.com [6B01]
    4. Transportation Committee
      1. Resolution on Resident Only Parking for ANC 6B04
      2. Proposed Regulations on New Permit Process for Dockless Vehicles
      3. Comments on NOI #18-191 on Short Term Calming Measures at Kentucky, Potomac, G, and 15th
  4. Presentations
    1. Sergeant Maurice MacDonald & Captain Knutsen, Metropolitan Police Department
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
  8. Transportation Committee
    1. Resolution Supporting Daytime Loading Zone on C Street SE at 11th Street SE
  9. Hill East Task Force
  10. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
  12. Financial
    1. Treasurers Report 
  13. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
  14. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  15. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on 27 November 2018, at 7:00 pm to set the December 2018 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

October 2018 Meetings of ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its October meeting on 9 October 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE)

[UPDATE: The transportation committee did not hear ‘DDOT Presentation on Short Term Options for the 15th & G SE and Potomac & Kentucky Avenue SE Intersection at the 10/3 meeting. This will tentatively be heard at 10/9 full ANC.] DDOT materials will not be ready in time for this briefing.

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee was heard first at the meeting of that committee on 2 October 2018 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee was heard first at the meeting of that committee on 3 October 2018 at 7:00 PM at American Legion Kenneth H. Nash Post 8, 224 D Street SE (please note this is a change from the regular meeting space). The report of that committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee was heard first at the meeting of that committee on 4 October 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. September Minutes
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-107079: 520 8th Street, S.E.; Senart’s, LLC – Orchid: Substantial change application to change from a Class C restaurant license to a Tavern license. Applicant: William Sport: (202) 846-7728; Protest Petition Deadline: 10/22/2018 [6B04]
    3. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. HPA 18-600: 210 9th Street, SE; concept/rear addition; Owner: Michael Kirby 202-716-3779, kirbymd@gmail.com; Applicant: Stephen Lawlor, R.A. 202-543-4446   [6B05]
      2. BZA 19856 – 210 9th Street, SE: Special exception to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing principal dwelling unit; Owner: Michael and Sara Kirby, 202-716-3779; Architect: Stephen Lawlor, steve@lawlorarchitects.com; Hearing Date: 11/07/2018  [6B05]
      3. BZA 19864 – 526-528 8th Street, SE: Special exception and variance relief to redevelop an existing surface parking lot with a three-story commercial building; Owner: MDP 526 8th Street LLC, 202-721-1132; Counsel: Lawrence Ferris, lferris@goulstonstorrs.com; Hearing Date: 11/14/2018  [6B04]
      4. BZA 19847 – 329 16th Street, SE: Special exception to construct a third-story and rear addition to a principal dwelling unit and convert the dwelling into a flat; Owner: Elton Investment Group; Applicant: Dennis Hughes, 202-955-3000, Dennis.hughes@hklaw.com; Hearing Date 11/07/2018   [6B09]
      5. HPA 18-675 – 302 South Carolina Avenue, SE: Concept/rooftop addition, rear porches; Applicant: Bill Putnam, Dynerman Architects, 202-337-1290, wputnam@dwarchitects.com  [6B03]
    4. Transportation Committee
      1. DDOT Public Space Application Tracking # 10692894 (Academy Bus)
      2. Letter to DDOT on the Timing of 8th Street SE Traffic Signals
  4. Presentations
    1. DPW invited to discuss annual leaf collection and other issues
    2. PEPCO representative to give updates on the Capitol Hill Conversion Project
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
    1. (deferred from September) HPA 18-612 – 710 E Street, SE; Concept/three-story rear addition; Owner: J.M. Casey, 202-437-0962; Architect: KC Price, 202-320-2137, kc@afa-studios.com  [6B03]
    2. HPA 18-622 – 1225-1227 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Concept/one-story roof-top addition; Owner: Ty Simpson, 202-430-8433; Applicant: Lynnette Brunson, 301-250-3727, lbrunson@citadeldbd.com [Gutowski]   [6B07]
    3. Letter to ZC regarding definition of side yards
  8. Transportation Committee
    1. DDOT Presentation on  Short Term Options for the 15th & G SE and Potomac & Kentucky Avenue SE Intersection
  9. Hill East Task Force
  10. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
  12. Financial
    1. Treasurers Monthly Report
    2. FY18 Q4 Quarterly Report
    3. FY19 ANC Budget 
    4. Discussion on the Submission of ANC Yearly Financials
  13. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
  14. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  15. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on 30 October 2018, at 7:00 pm to set the November 2018 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

Special Meeting of Transportation Committee 9/26

As noted at the September meeting of the ANC, the Transportation Committee will have a special meeting to discuss pedestrian safety and proposed improvements by DDOT at the intersection cluster at Potomac/Kentucky/15th/G St SE.

The meeting will be held at 6:30PM on 26 September in the community room of the Southeast Library.

September 2018 Meetings of ANC 6B [UPDATED]

 

ANC 6B will have its September meeting on 11 September 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE)

[UPDATE:  The transportation committee of ANC 6B will hold a special meeting at 6:30 on 26 September 2018 in the community room of the Southeast library to discuss pedestrian safety and proposed improvements to the Kentucky/Potomac/15th/G St intersection cluster]

[UPDATE: The continuation of the September meeting of ANC 6B will be at 6:00 on 26 September 2018 in the community room of the Southeast library. The agenda will resume where it ended on the regular 11 September meeting. This meeting will be before a special meeting of the ANC transportation committee at 6:30 in the same place ]
The agenda for the Transportation Committee can be found here.

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 4 September 2018 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 5 September 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center, 3rd Floor (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 6 September 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE).The report for that committee can be found here.

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. July Minutes 
    2. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-106496: 423 8th Street, S.E.; The Fried Rice Collective, LLC – Chiko; Chiko has applied to expand their hours but the SA already allows for the additional hours.  We will also be considering supporting a stipulated license. Applicant: Michael Fonseca: (202) 625-7700; Protest Petition Deadline: 10/09/2018; Roll Call Hearing Date: 10/22/2018   [6B03]
      2. ABRA-093739: 301 7th Street, S.E.;  Radici Uno (One Root), LLC – Radici; Radici has applied for a substantial change to change from a class D to a class C Restaurant license and are requesting longer hours for service of alcohol and to add spirits.  We will consider a stipulated license for this establishment as well; Applicant: Jason Facci: (202) 795-9917; Protest Petition Deadline: 10/09/2018; Roll Call Hearing Date: 10/22/2018   [6B02]
    3. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. HPA 18-511: 624 C Street, SE; concept/one-story rear addition above existing basement and first floor, alter rear façade; Owner: Arun and Susannah Gopalan 202-538-1737, Susannah.vance@gmail.com; Application: Jennifer Fowler, 202-546-0896, Jennifer@folwer-architects.com (Gutowski)   [6B02]
      2. HPA 18-601; 152 11th Street, SE; concept/rear addition; Owner/applicants jd@connellschmidt.com   [6B05]
      3. HPA 18-612: 710 E Street, SE; concept/three-story rear addition; Owner J.M. Casey 202-437-0962; Applicant: KC Price 202.320.2137, kc@afa-studios.com   [6B03]
      4. HPA 18-613: 225 Pennsylvania Avenue SE; concept/replace storefront and construct new three-story rear addition; Owner/applicant: 814-771-3391 miller.e.hopkins@gmail.com   [6B01]
      5. HPA 18-610: 221 9th Street, SE; concept/2nd story addition to 1 story garage; Owner/applicant: 301-675-2385, 301-855-9453, frinjo@comcast.net   [6B05]
      6. BZA #19817: 1515 E Street, SE; special exception to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing principal dwelling unit (Square 1076, Lot 17); Applicant: Judith LaValle; Architect: Jeff Goins, j.goins@pgnarchitects.com; Hearing Date: 09/19/2018 [6B09]
    4. Transportation Committee
      1. DDOT Public Space Application Tracking # 10684385: Applicant Mr. Michael Curreri, Academy Bus LLC, for 5 curbside spaces at 721 D Street SE for use all hours on weekdays/weekends. ANC6B comments due by September 24.
      2. DC “Draft Small Cell Design Guidelines” – ANC 6B comments due to the DDOT Public Space Committee by October 5.
  4. Presentations
    1. Gerard Brown from DC DOH to speak on DC rodent concerns
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    1. ABRA-107079: 520 8th Street, S.E.; Senart’s, LLC – Orchid: Substantial change application to change from a Class C restaurant license to a Tavern license. Applicant: William Sport: (202) 846-7728; Protest Petition Deadline: 10/01/2018; Roll Call Hearing Date: 10/15/2018   [6B04]
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
    1. BZA #19791: 433 New Jersey Ave. SE; Application of Chelsea Zitney, special exception to construct a new roof deck and access stair on an existing principal dwelling unit (Square 693, Lot 48); Applicant: Chelsea Zitney; Architect: Chris Williams, chris.williams@landisconstruction.com; Hearing Date 10/03/2018 [6B01]
    2. BZA #19824; 1347 G Street, SE; Variance to construct a third story addition and convert the existing principal dwelling unit (Square 1044, Lot 19); Applicant: 1347 G St SE, LLC; Architect: Martin Sullivan, msullivan@sullivanbarros.com; Hearing Date 10/03/2018, 10/10/2018 [6B06]
    3. HPA 16-248: 411 New Jersey Avenue, SE; concept renewal/new three-story building; Applicant : Allison Prince  with Goulston and Storrs 202-721-0011; Owner: National Democratic Club (Gutowski)   [6B01]
    4. MOVED TO OCTOBER – HPA 18-600: 210 9th Street, SE; concept/rear addition; Owner: Michael Kirby 202-716-3779, kirbymd@gmail.com; Applicant: Stephen Lawlor, R.A. 202-543-4446   [6B05]
    5. MOVED TO OCTOBER – HPA 18-619: 716-718 L Street SE; concept/demolish building except for the L Street elevation; Owner/applicant Sheila Safavi, 202-558-8385, sheilasafavi@tx.rr.com   [6B04]
  8. Transportation Committee Report
  9. Hill East Task Force
  10. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
    1. LATE BREAKING – Discussion on proposed changes of street parking on 7th Street, SE – request for ANC 6B to take position on this matter
  11. Financial
    1. Treasurer’s Report 
  12. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
    1. Resident member nomination for 6B09
    2. Discussion of requirements for ANC annual financial reporting
  13. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  14. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on 25 September 2018, at 7:00 pm to set the October 2018 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

July 2018 Meetings of ANC 6B

ANC 6B will have its July meeting on 10 July 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE)

unless noted otherwise:

Cases assigned to the Planning and Zoning Committee were first heard at the meeting of that committee on 3 July 2018 at 7:00 PM at St. Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Cases assigned to the Transportation Committee were heard first at the meeting of that committee on 2 July 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

The July meeting of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee was cancelled.

The Outreach and Constituent Services Task Force held a meeting on 25 Jun 2018 at 7:00 PM at 700 Pennsylvania Ave SE.

The Hill East Task Force held a meeting on 6 July 2018 at 7:00 PM at St Coletta of Greater Washington (1901 Independence Ave SE). The report of that committee can be found here.

Draft Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. Adoption of Agenda
    1. Consent Agenda
      1. June Minutes
      2. Planning and Zoning Committee
        1. support for HPA 18-474: 714 11th Street, SE; Concept/new basement entrance and light-well (Gutowski); Owner/Applicant: Eric Rosenthal and Jeffrey Menzer, 202-321-7563, jeffreyalanmenzer@gmail.com [6B04]
        2. support for HPA 18-499: 419 Independence Avenue, SE; Concept/two-story rear addition (Gutowski); Owner: Otey Smith 225-252-0816, Laurasbailey@gmail.com ; Applicant: Robert Bailey, 225-252-0816, Robert@rockcreekhomes.com [6B02]
        3. [Late Breaking] support for HP 18-513: 228 9th St SE
      3. Transportation Committee
        1. letter to DDOT asking for status of intersections for which community asked for additional measures
        2. letter to DDOT in support of NOI 18-96 TOA and NOI 18-97 TOA
      4. Hill East Task Force
        1. Letter to DPW Director Christopher Shorter requesting day-by-day parking enforcement statistics (see committee report for draft)
      5. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
        1. Letter of support to DC Council regarding Bill B22-0234 (leaf blower regulation amendment act)
  3. Presentations
  4. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  5. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    1. Discussion of orderly process to verify compliance with Settlement Agreements (SA)
  6. Planning and Zoning Committee
    1. Letter to relevant parties regarding Kingman Park and the historic designation process
  7. Transportation Committee
    1. Letter by Commissioner Jayaraman in opposition to NOI 18-98 TOA
  8. Hill East Task Force
  9. Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force
  10. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Report
    1. notes from June meeting
  11. Financial
    1. Treasurer’s Report
    2. Quarterly Report
  12. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
  13. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
  14. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: At regular Commission meetings, any item may be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda at the request of a single Commissioner. All ABC, BZA, Zoning, and Historic Preservation cases on the consent agenda have been fully discussed at the appropriate monthly committee meetings. Late- breaking ABC, BZA, Zoning, or Historic Preservation cases may be added to this agenda. For additional information, email 6b@anc.dc.gov, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.anc6b.org.

There is no scheduled full ANC meeting for August. The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on Tuesday, 28 August 2018, at 7:00 pm to set the September 2018 agenda. This meeting is held in the Frager’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

June Task Force Meeting: O&CS on 6/25

The Outreach and Constituent Services Task Force of ANC 6B will hold a June meeting at 7 PM on June 25.

The meeting will be held in the ground floor classroom in the 700 Penn office building at 700 Pennsylvania Ave SE. The entrance to that building is next door to the ground-level entrance to Trader Joe’s grocery store.

The agenda will include a discussion of the pedestrian and patron climate on 8th Street along Barracks Row. Representatives from MPD, 7-11, and other civic organizations will be invited to attend and share updates and strategies for addressing recent complaints of harassment and other issues along the corridor.

The task force has also invited brief presentations from Grif Johnson representing ‘Quiet Clean DC’ to talk about a leaf blower bill before the DC Council and a brief presentation from the DC ReInvest Coalition on PR-22-0188 (regarding DC’s relationship with Wells Fargo).

For more information, please contact O&CS task force chair Jennifer Samolyk, Commissioner 6B01 at 6b01@anc.dc.gov