March 2022 Meetings of ANC 6B

March 2022 Meetings of ANC 6B

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  1. Introduction
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. January Minutes
    2. February Minutes
    3. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
      1. ABRA-111960: Cocinero, LLC t/n: Taco City DC, 1102 8th Street SE: Substantial Change for Sidewalk Café Retailer’s Class “CT” Tavern: Applicant: Chrissie Chang: (703) 992-3994,; Petition Deadline: 04/04/22 [6B04]
    4. Planning and Zoning Committee
      1. BZA 20689: 119 6th St SE; Special Exception to construct a rear, two-story addition to an existing, detached, two-story principal dwelling unit in the RF-3 zone (Square 42, Lot 31); Owner(s): Roopa Kosuri and Kanak Patel; Applicant: Roopa Kosuri,; Hearing Date: 04/13/22 [6B02]
      2. BZA 20675: 1307 South Carolina Ave SE; Special Exception to construct a rear deck addition to an attached, three-story principal dwelling unit in the RF-1 zone (Square 1040, Lot 35); Owner(s): Krzysztof Laski; Applicant: Tracy L. Themak,;  Hearing Date: 04/13/22 [6B06]
      3. BZA 20670: 344 14th St SE; Special Exception to construct third story and rear addition to an existing, attached, two-story principal dwelling unit in the RF-1 zone (Square 1061, Lot 71); Owner(s): Katherine Steel; Applicant: Myron Ward,; Hearing Date: 04/13/22 [6B06]
    5. Transportation Committee
      1. Resolution on Reckless Driving in DC – Resident Member John Ten Hoeve
      2. Request to DDOT to Implement Resident Only Parking Near the Reopened Safeway – Commissioner Holman
      3. Resolution to Request that DDOT reconsider previously denied request to install a raised crosswalk at intersection of 17th St SE and C St SE
      4. Walk Without Worry Amendment Act (Bill 24-0566) and Safe Routes to School Expansion Amendment Act (Bill 24-0565)- Commissioner Horn
    1. Livable Community Task Force
      1. Letter to DC Department of Parks and Recreation in Support for Efforts to Increase Public Awareness of the Anacostan Tribe’s Links to the Garfield Park
  4. Presentations
    1. Matthew Graves, US Attorney for the District of Columbia
  5. Community & Commission Announcements & Speak Out
  6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee
    1. ABC Report
  7. Planning and Zoning Committee
    1. BZA 20653: 1500 D Street SE; Special Exception to construct a second story, rear addition to an existing, semi-detached, two-story principal dwelling unit in the MU-4 zone (Square 1074, Lot 40); Owner(s): Bradley R. and Margaret S. Gentile; Applicant: Myron Ward,; Hearing Date: 03/23/22 [6B09]
    2. ANC 6B Request to Mail Notice of Intent to File a Map Amendment to Rezone 1323 E Street SE from PDR-1 to RA-2.
    3. [LATE BREAKING] BZA 20604: 415 8th Street SE, Ledo’s Pizza; ANC6B Appeal from the decisions made on August 12, 2021 by the Zoning Administrator, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs to issue Building Permit No.: B2106141 in the MU-25 zone (Square 0902, Lot 0828); Hearing Date: 03/16/22 [6B03]
    4. PZ Report
  8. Transportation Committee
    1. TC Report
  9. Hill East Task Force
  10. Livable Community Task Force
    1. LCTF Report
  11. Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee
  12. Capital Hill Business Interest Working Group
  13. Financial
  14. ANC 6B Administrative Matters
    1. Amendment to January 2022 Minutes
    2. Parliamentarian Report
    3. Appointment of ANC 6B Resident Members
      1. Frank Avery – Transportation Committee [6B01] – New Nomination – Bio included below
      2. George Holman – ABC Committee [6B04] – New Nomination – Bio included below
  15. ANC 6B Input on Other Concerns
    1. Letter to DC Council Regarding Neighborhood Concerns on Increased Carjackings – introduced by Commissioner Samolyk
    2. Letter Regarding Harris Teeter Lease – introduced by Commissioner Ryder deferred until April meeting
  16. 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, or visit ANC 6B’s website:

The ANC 6B Executive Committee will meet on March 29 at 7:00 PM to set the April 2022 agenda. This meeting will be a Webex virtual meeting. Meeting link TBA.

New Resident Member Bios: Section 14.3

Frank Avery [6B01]
329 C St SE, Apt. 3
Resident of 6B01 since 2019 and Ward 6 since 2018. 

With the abundance of schools, parks, and businesses in 6B01, I’m interested in:

  • Keeping our streets safe for pedestrians and non-vehicle transportation, especially with our abundance of schools and parks in 6B01
  • Improving vehicle flow through our business district along Penn Ave to increase safe access while supporting their success and growth, and 
  • Exploring how 6B can build on its track-record of launching unique multimodal pilot programs (ex. specialized delivery zones, piloting the ParkDC system early) to get ahead of safe, equitable access to EV charging

If anyone has any questions about those areas, happy to discuss more of hear from you all on other focus areas. Of course, my first focus would be to listen and learn from you all. 

George Holman [6B04]
“By way of background, I’ve lived on Capitol Hill since 2007.  I spent 10 years at 4th and Constitution NE before moving to our neighborhood in Southeast Capitol Hill in 2017.  I’m proud to call this neighborhood home and I want to be a part of making it even better while preserving our quality of life.  I’m raising a toddler son who will start Pre-K next year and I work for a non-profit here in DC after a decade of working on Capitol Hill.  I also serve on the Community Advisory Board for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.”