Because of its August recess, the Board of Zoning Adjustment will hold public hearings on Wednesday, July 29, and Thursday, July 30. Decisions will be announced at the Sept. 2 public meeting. Board hearings and meetings begin at 9 a.m. in Room 9 of the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. For more information, call 727-6311.

NORTHWEST On July 29:

ADAMS MILL RD., 2630 -- A special exception requested by Robert R. DeLuca to operate a child development center for 40 children, ages two through eight, in a residential zone.

K ST., 2521-2523 -- Variances requested by Donnelly Associates to construct an addition to a building in a residential zone.

GALLATIN ST., 1221 -- A special exception requested by Ellis Ratner to continue to operate a community-based residential facility in a residential zone.

GEORGIA AVE., 3646 -- A special exception requested by So Kwang Park to add a food store to a gasoline station in a commercial zone.

HURST TER., 2828 -- A special exception requested by B.A. and Barbara Schriever Allan to continue to operate a child development center for 20 children in a residential zone.

21ST ST., 1712 -- Variances requested by Armand Dumas to build an addition to a row house in a residential zone.

NORTHEAST On July 30:

OTIS ST., 2800 -- Special afternoon meeting to discuss the concerns of the Ward 5 Coalition about Mother Teresa's Convent. Last year, the city approved the Archdiocese of Washington's decision to convert the property from a community center to a hospice for AIDS patients. Neighbors in the residential community have requested reconsideration of this permission before the Board of Zoning Adjustment.

NORTHWEST

T ST., 1347 -- A variance requested by Skyline Real Estate, Inc., to convert a two-family house to a four-unit apartment building in a residential zone.

LIVINGSTON ST., 3501-3503 -- Appeal by ANC 3-G of the zoning administrator's decision that a vacant lot has sufficient size and street frontage to allow construction of a house.

WATER ST., 3530 -- A variance requested by the Potomac Boat Club to expand a building in the waterfront zone.

SIXTH ST., 1313 -- Variances requested by John E. Robinson Sr. and Mollie C. Robinson to enlarge a building used as a funeral home in a residential zone.

41ST ST., 5208 -- Variances requested by Robert Lehman to allow construction of a two-story accessory building for residential use next to a house in a residential zone.