The following final actions were taken by the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustments at its Jan. 4 public meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for Feb. 4.
Granted (subject to submission and approval of a storm water detention system and parking lot plan for 136 spaces) the application of Edward B. Harry, Lawrence W. Harry and Franklin L. Derrick, trustees of the estate of John B. Harry, a special exception to establish a parking lot for a Safeway Store at 4840 42nd St. NW.
Granted for two years the application of Emmanuel Baptist Church for a special exception to permit an accessory parking lot for the church at 2408-2412 Ainger PL SE.
Denied the application of Stephen L. Mowbray for a variance from the lot area, lot occupancy, rear yard, off-street parking and front yard requirements to permit the conversion of an accessory building to a dwelling, creating two principal building on one lot at 1340 Corcoran St. NW.
Approved a sign to be located on private space, free standing, and not affixed to the building, for a restaurant at 1750 New York Ave. NW.
Granted (with a maximum of 125 seats, and midnight closing time) the application of Church Street Associates for a special exception to permit a school for Theater Arts at 1742 Church St. NW.
Deferred the application of Albery Himmelfarb, Ada Naiman and Frances Wolf, trustees, for a special exception to change a non-conforming use from a gasoline service station to a restaurant and carry-out at 400 Massachusetts Ave. NW.
Granted the application of Claudia Moore for a variance from the minimum lot area requirements to allow a four-unit apartment house at 122 6th St. NE.
Granted the application of Peter A. and Patricia F. Harkness for variances from the lot area and width, lot occupancy, open court, rear yard, and offstreet parking requirements to permit a subdivision of three lots and the creation of a new row dwelling at 210, 212 and 214 13th St. SE.
Granted the application of United Unions Inc. to relocate a branch bank to the New York Avenue lobby floor at 1750 New York Ave, subject to the same restrictions on operation as in prior order.
Granted for one year the application of Capitol Hill Assoicates, Inc. for a special exception to continue the use of a parking lot at 310 First St. SE.
Granted for three years with conditions the application of Wallace F. Holladay, et al., for a special exception to allow accessory parking for the building at 1720 Wisconsin Ave. and the rear of 1722-1726 34th St. NW.
Granted for two years the application of National Broadcasting Company, Inc. for an amendment to the board's order and variance from the use provisions to permit the continued use for two years of a temporrary building housing part of the staff of NBC at 4001 Nebraska Ave. NW.
Denied the application of Thelma W. Rector for a variance from the use provision to permit an architect's office on the first floor at 5071 MacArthur Blvd. NW.
Granted the application of Grace Episcopal Church for a special exception to modify and existing non-conforming pre-primary school by extending the hours of operation to include 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the ages of the children to include 2 1/2 to 6 at 1041 Wisconsin Ave. NW.
Granted for one year the application of Oliver A. Cowan Jr. for a special exception to continue the use of a parking lot at 3418 Brown St. NW.
Deferred the application of John R. Garrison for variances from the prohibition against making an addition to a non-conforming use, from the open-court requirements, and from the lot occupancy requirements, to permit addition to a non-conforming structure housing a non-conforming use at 3801 New Hampshire Ave. NW.
Granted (subject to Department of Transportation approval of acces) the application of Charles W. Bowles for a special exception to permit a new residential development and subdivision and for variances from the floor area ratio, lot occupancy, rear yard, and width of open court requirements, to permit dwellings at 3801 First Street and 22, 24 and 26 Halley Place SE.
Granted (subject to removal of fourth floor windows) the application of Robin D. Frosh for a special exception to allow a new residential development and subdivision and for a variance from the floor area ration requirements to permit the construction of three dwellings at 4447, 4447 1/2 and 4449 MacArthur Blvd. NW.
Granted the application of R. Bruce and Judith A. Harvey for a variance from the rear yard requirements to permit an open deck as a rear addition at 2435 39th Pl. NW.
Granted (for a maximum of 510 students) the application of the president and directors of Georgetown University for a special exception to permit the construction of a Student Village complex under the campus plan for Georgetown University at 3700 O St. NW.
Granted the application of MacArthur and V Street Associates for a special exception to change a non-conforming use from 14 apartment units to 12 single family units or in the alternative for variances from the requirements relating to the location ofmore than one principal building on a lot to permit the creation of eight theoretical lots not meeting the lot area, lot width, lot occupancy, rear year, side yard and front yard requirements at 5000, 5008, 5011 and 5015 V St. NW.
Granted (including a relocation plan for tenants) the application of H.C. Construction Ltd. for a variance from the prohibition against creating a lot that does not conform to the zoning regulations to convert five apartment houses withfour units each into 10 dwellings not meeting the lot area, lot width, lot occupany, open court and rear yard requirements at 1119-1135 West Virginia Ave. and 1105-1107 Monroe St. NE.
Denied the application of Thomas and Helene Vossil for variances from the lot area and rear requirements to permit the subdivision of three lots and the construction of three row dwellings at 1021 and 1025 North Carolina Ave. SE and 103 11th St. SE.
The board also took the following actions on post hearing matters
Denied the appellant's motion for reconsideration in the appeal of the Citizens Association of Georgetown from the decision of zoning administrator that the rebuilding of a non-conforming use and non-conforming structure does not exceed 75 per cent of the orginal cost, with the affected premises at 2803 Olive St. NW.
Denied the applicant's motion for reconsideration and rehearing of the application of the American Trucking Association, Inc. for a special exception to establish a private parking lot for five years at 1615-1617 O St. NW.