Monthly Archives: January 2015

February 2015 Agenda

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6B

REGULAR MEETING 

Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital

921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE

February 10, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

AGENDA

1. Adoption of Agenda

2. Community Speakout

3. Community & Commission Announcements

4. Consent Agenda

5. Presentations

  • Charles Allen, Ward 6 Councilmember
  • Hine School Redevelopment Project Update: Matt Harris, Stanton-EastBanc

6. Election of Committee Chairs

7. Appointment/Renewal of Committee Resident Members

8. Establishment/Renewal of Task Forces

  • Hill East Task Force
  • Outreach & Constituent Services Task Force

9. Proposed Amendments to Bylaws & Standing Rules to Permit Resident Members to Serve as Chairs of Task Forces

10. Alcohol Beverage Control Committee

(These items will be considered by the ABC Committee on Thursday, February 5, 2015, 7:00 p.m., in the Frager’s Hardware Conference Room, Room 314, Third Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.)

  • ABRA-026006, Banana Café & Piano Bar, 500 8th Street SE, modification of Settlement Agreement to permit extended hours on special occasions & New Year’s Eve
  • ABRA-071793, The Ugly Mug Dining Saloon, 723 8th Street SE, substantial change request for expansion of second floor & addition of 144 seats, changing total capacity to 242, ABC Board protest hearing – Wednesday, February 25, 2015

11. Planning & Zoning Committee

(These items will be considered by the P & Z Committee on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the cafeteria at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue SE.)

  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon & Half Marathon, Saturday, March 14, 2015, 7:30 PM: Diane Romo Thomas
  • HPA #14-183, 639 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, storefront alterations: Jim Pandula
  • HPA #14-720, 1013 E Street SE, concept/rear addition & new basement with front basement entrance: Congressional 1013 E St SE, LLC, James Phillips, Desiree Hollar, & Brian Athey
  • HPA #14-721, 1015 E Street SE, concept/rear addition & new basement with front basement entrance: Congressional 1013 E St SE, LLC, James Phillips, Desiree Hollar, & Brian Athey
  • BZA #18937, 1401 South Carolina Avenue SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3103.2, variance from lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2 to allow conversion of church into flat in R-4 District, BZA hearing – March 3, 2015: Seven Brick Road, LLC, & David McCurdy
  • BZA #18935, 515 7th Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3103.2, for variances from lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2 & maximum height & number of stories of accessory structures requirements under § 2500.4 to allow construction of two-story garage in R-4 District, BZA hearing – March 10, 2015: Frederik Holl & Sonja Sweek
  • BZA #18948, 1023 East Capitol Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR §§ 3100 & 3101, appeal from October 29, 2014, decision by Zoning Administrator, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, to issue Certificate of Occupancy #CO1500286 to allow first-floor retail establishment in R-4 District, BZA hearing – March 17, 2015: Marie E. Birnbaum, John Kuykendall, & Charles Hudman
  • Rose’s Luxury, 717 8th Street SE, informational presentation regarding proposed retractable roof for existing roof patio: Aaron Silverman
  • National Park Service Francis Marion Memorial Project National Environmental Policy Act Environmental Assessment

12. Transportation Committee

(These items will be considered by the Transportation Committee on Wednesday, February 4, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the Frager’s Hardware Conference Room, Room 314, Third Floor, Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.)

  • Petition on widening Water Street SE from 18 feet to 24 feet between 11th & M Streets SE
  • Virginia Avenue Tunnel Project Draft Construction Protection Plan
  • Fiscal Year 2015 sidewalk repairs list
  • Discussion of priority issues for 2015

13. Eastern Market Report

14. Authorization of & Reports on DC Council Oversight Hearing Testimony

15. Resolution Regarding Pet Waste Removal Sign

16. Proposed April Commission Meeting Date Change from Tuesday, April 14, 2015, to Monday, April 20, 2015

17. Financial Matters

  • Quarterly Report

18. Approval of Commission Minutes (January)

19. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: Some items on this agenda will be considered on the consent agenda. An updated full agenda with items assigned to the consent agenda and regular agenda will be posted on Friday, February 6, 2015. 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 will be 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, call 202-543-3344, e-mail office@anc6b.org, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.ancb6.org. Next regular meeting: Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Proposed Bylaws Amendments to be Considered Feb. 10, 2015

NOTICE:  Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6B will consider the amendments to its bylaws at the Commission’s meeting on Tuesday, February 10, 2015. The proposed amendments to the ANC 6B’s bylaws and standing rules are posted below. The meeting, which begins at 7:00 PM, will be held at the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE. View ANC 6B’s current bylaws and standing rules. 

Updated January 2015 Agenda

ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 6B

REGULAR MEETING

Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital

921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE

January 13, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

AGENDA

1. Adoption of Agenda (5 minutes)

2. Election of Officers (15 minutes)

3. Adoption of Standing Rules (10 minutes)
(Proposed Standing Rules with tracked changes (pdf))

4. Community Speakout (15 minutes)

5. Community & Commission Announcements  (5 minutes)

6. Consent Agenda (5 minutes)

Minutes

  • December

Planning & Zoning Committee

  • HPA #15-052, 213 11th Street SE, concept/addition to garage & trellis: David & Martha Dantzic & Garrett Pressick
  • HPA #15-095, 510 Independence Avenue SE, rear & roof addition: Kami Quinn & Maurion Knight
  • BZA #18872, 510 Independence Avenue SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3103.2, variances from requirements regarding nonconforming structures (§ 2001.3), lot occupancy (§ 403), & rear yard (§ 404) to allow construction of rear addition to one-family row dwelling in CAP/R-4 District, BZA hearing – Tuesday, January 27, 2015: Kami Quinn, Maurion Knight, Meredith Moldenhauer, & Eric Daniel
  • BZA #18908, 1401 A Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3103.2, for variances from lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2, rear yard requirements under § 404.1, & non-conforming structure requirements under § 2001.3 to allow construction of two-story addition to existing single-family dwelling in R-4 District, BZA hearing – February 3, 2015: Donald Hurlbert, Barbara Watanabe & Paul Wilson
  • BZA #18918, 940 14th Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3104.1 for special exception under § 223, not meeting lot area requirements under § 401, lot occupancy requirements under § 403, open court requirements under § 406, & nonconforming structure requirements under § 2001.3, to allow construction of three-story rear addition to existing single-family dwelling in R-4 District, BZA hearing – February 10, 2015: Edward Hertwig, Cindy Cota, & Gregoire Holeyman
  • BZA #18920, 750 9th Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3104.1, for special exceptions from lot occupancy requirements under § 403, accessory buildings requirements under § 2500, &/or the rear yard requirements under § 404 to construct a new two-story garage & artist studio in the R-4 District, BZA hearing – February 10, 2015: Richard Parnell & Christopher Hutson

7. Planning & Zoning Committee

  • HPA #15-127, 146 13th Street SE, concept/rooftop addition: Hubert & Jennifer Schoemaker & Ali Honarkar (10 minutes)
  • BZA #18915, 1330-1336 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3103.2, for variances from floor area requirements under § 771.2, lot occupancy requirements under § 772.1, & off-street parking requirements under § 2101.1 to allow construction of mixed-use residential structure with ground floor retail in C-2-A District, BZA hearing – February 10, 2015: Aminta, LLC & Meridith Moldenhauer (20 minutes)
  • PS #101402, The Ugly Mug Dining Saloon, 723 8th Street SE, add fixture, PSC hearing – Thursday, January 22, 2015: Catherine Held & Gaynor Jablonski  (20 minutes)

Postponed by Applicant

  • BZA #18938, 325 5th Street SE, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3104.1 for special exception under § 223, not meeting lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2, open court requirements under § 406.1, & non-conforming structure under § 2001.3, to allow construction of two-story rear addition to existing single-family dwelling in CAP/R-4 District, BZA expedited review – February 3, 2015: Gina Eppolito & Jennifer Fowler

8. Transportation Committee

  • Letter regarding changes to Pennsylvania & Potomac Avenues SE Intersection Pedestrian Improvement Project (10 minutes)

9. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Requested Modifications to Settlement Agreements

  • ABRA-093687, Radici, 301-303 7th Street SE (5 minutes)
  • ABRA-076414, Congress Market, 421 East Capitol Street SE  (5 minutes)

10. Selection of 6B’s Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee Representative & Alternate (5 minutes)

11. Financial Matters

  • ANC Security Fund  (5 minutes)

12. Adoption of 2015 Meeting Schedule  (5 minutes)

13. Adjournment

PLEASE NOTE: Some items on this agenda will be considered on the consent agenda. An updated full agenda with items assigned to the consent agenda and regular agenda will be posted on Friday, January 9, 2015. 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 will be 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, call 202-543-3344, e-mail office@anc6b.org, or visit ANC 6B’s website: www.ancb6.org. Next regular meeting: Tuesday, February 10, 2015.