ANC 3G will hold a public meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Chevy Chase Community Center, 5601 Connecticut Ave. NW.

At the meeting there will be an discussion of whether the 3700 block of Northampton Street NW, between Connecticut Avenue and Chevy Chase Parkway NW, should remain a two-way street, or whether it should be made one-way heading west. Northampton Street residents proposed making the street one-way last summer. The proposal was later endorsed by ANC 3G. Residents said they want a one-way street to reduce the traffic flow.

The commission has approved a $1,000 grant to the Woodrow Wilson High School Music Fund, which will send the 50-member high school choir to Vienna to participate in the 14th International Youth and Music Festival this summer. School officials estimate it will cost member, and a total of $87,000 to send the group to Vienna.

A study has been scheduled by the traffic division of the D.C. Department of Public Works to determine the feasibility of installing stop signs at the intersections of Utah Avenue and Rittenhouse Street NW, Utah Avenue and Tennyson Street NW, and 32nd and Beech streets NW. The study was requested by ANC 3G last month in response to requests from residents complaining about accidents caused by cars exceeding the speed limit, and concern for the safety of schoolchildren crossing Utah Avenue.

The new officers for ANC 3G are Lee Schoenecker, chairman; Robert Remes, vice-chairman; Edward Rich, secretary, and Jeffrey Norman, treasuer.