UPPER CARDOZO-COLUMBIA HTS.

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1A will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lincoln Junior High School, 16th and Irving streets NW. There will be a forum for D.C. school board candidates from Ward 1.

There also will be presentations by representatives for and against a citizens' proposal to place an initiative on the November ballot requiring a 5-cent deposit on soda and beer bottles and cans sold in the District.

ANC 1A will hold two meetings a month -- on the first Tuesday and third Thursday of each month. In the past, the ANC has met once a month. For meeting information. call 232-0175.

ADAMS MORGAN

ANC 1C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Barney Senior Citizen Center, 1737 Columbia Rd. NW.

At the Sept. 23 meeting of the ANC 1C human services committee, the ANC voted to ask residents of Adams Morgan to provide information to the ANC on homeless families or individuals so the ANC can help to provide shelter. The ANC also asks that residents with suggestions on how to help the homeless in Adams Morgan call the ANC office at 332-2630.

SHERIDAN-KALORAMA

ANC 1D is scheduled to meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Call the ANC office at 332-2394 to confirm the meeting and get location and agenda information.

MOUNT PLEASANT

The executive committee of ANC 1E will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the ANC office, Suite 2, 3219 Mount Pleasant St. NW.

NEAR NE/NW-SHAW-DOWNTOWN

ANC 2C will meet at 7 p.m. Oct. 7 in Room 114 of the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics ruled Sept. 16 that ANC 2C commissioner Jack Evans is a resident of single member district (SMD) 6. The ANC had challenged his residency this summer. ANC commissioners are required by law to live in the SMD they represent. In August, ANC 1C incorrectly announced that the Board of Elections and Ethics had concurred with the ANC's ruling that Evans did not live in SMD 6. The board never concurred with that decision.

NEAR SOUTHWEST-SOUTHEAST

ANC 2D will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the ANC office, in Westminster Presbyterian Church, 400 I St. SW.

GEORGETOWN

ANC 2E will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at St. John's Episcopal Church Parish House, 3240 O St. NW. There will be presentations by representatives for and against a citizens' proposal to place an initiative on the November ballot requiring a 5-cent deposit on soda and beer bottles and cans sold in the District.

The commissioners also will consider an application to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment by John Dashtara to continue operating an amusement arcade at 3255 M St. NW.

There also will be a discussion on plans by Georgetown University to construct two town houses to be used as residences at 3610-3616 P St. NW.

A.U. PARK-FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS

ANC 3E will not meet at its regularly scheduled time Oct. 8. The meeting has been rescheduled for 8 p.m. Oct. 15. A location will be announced later. For information, call the ANC office at 244-0800.

CHEVY CHASE

ANC 3G commissioners unanimously voted Sept. 14 to oppose plans by First American Bank to pave a driveway at its branch at 20 Chevy Chase Cir. NW. The commissioners opposed the access driveway because it would exit onto Chevy Chase Circle, where traffic volume is high. The commissioners said they will ask bank officials to place the driveway exit on Oliver Street or on property adjacent to the bank.

The commissioners also decided to send a letter to D.C. Mayor Marion Barry Jr. and to the director of the D.C. Department of Transportation requesting that the proposed driveway at the bank be prohibited from exiting onto the circle.

Also at the Sept. 14 meeting, Kent Worthington, vice president of Wynmark Development Corp., which owns the Chevy Chase Arcade at 5520-5522 Connecticut Ave. NW, asked the commission not to submit an application to the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board to have the arcade declared an historic landmark. The commissioners voted Aug. 24 to submit an historic landmark application for the arcade.

Worthington said the arcade owners would prefer to enter into an agreement with the ANC as to how the building will be restored rather than having it declared an historic landmark by the city.

The commissioners voted to delay reconsidering the ANC's plans to apply for historic status for the arcade, but to proceed with the application process.

The commissioners also voted to support plans by the D.C. Department of Public Works to double the time traffic lights remain red and green at certain intersections. The commissioners also voted to ask the Department of Public Works to comply with ANC 3G's April request that a traffic light be installed at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Livingston Street NW.

In addition, the comissioners voted to reiterate their support for a citizens' proposal to place an initiative on the November ballot requiring a 5-cent deposit on soda and beer bottles and cans sold in the District.

They also unanimously voted to send a letter to D.C. City Council members recommending that the D.C. Auditor's office be strengthened so that more time can be spent investigating possible corruption and fraud in the District government. The commissioners propose that the city auditor be allowed to subpoena people and that tougher laws be written to protect city government employes who report corruption by having an independent prosecutor appointed in those cases.

The commissioners also voted to send a letter to members of the D.C. City Council in support of a proposed law that would transfer land adjacent to the northern end of Glover-Archibold Park, between Upton and Van Ness streets NW, to the National Park Service to be used as an entrance to the park.

They also voted to send a letter to the D.C. Department of Public Works asking that the city repaint the pedestrian crosswalk strips in the upper Connecticut Avenue NW business district.

PORTAL-SHEP. PARK-BRIGHTWOOD

ANC 4A will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 in the ground-floor roll call room at the Fourth District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW.

PETWORTH

ANC 4C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Petworth Library, Georgia Avenue and Upshur Street NW. The ANC has scheduled a forum for D.C. school board candidates from Ward 4.

IVY CITY-TRINIDAD-BROOKLAND

ANC 5B will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the ANC office, in the rear of Webb Elementary School, 1375 Mount Olivet Rd. NE. There will be presentations by representatives for and against a citizens' proposal to place an initiative on the November ballot requiring a 5-cent deposit on soda and beer bottles and cans sold in the District.

ANC 5B will sponsor a community forum at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 for Ward 5 and at-large D.C. school board candidates. A location will be announced later.

CAPITOL HILL-NORTHEAST

ANC 6A will meet at 7 p.m. today in the first floor executive board room of Capitol Hill Hospital, 700 Constitution Ave. NE. Two applications to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment will be discussed: by Evans and Patrica Sealander to construct an addition to the rear of a single-family house at 214 11th St. NE. by Moon Hee Park to open a carryout restaurant in a building zoned for residential use at 728 F St. NE.

At its Sept. 3 meeting, ANC 6A awarded the following grants to community organizations: $1,000 to the Stanton Park Partnership to pay for maintenance of the Stanton Park playground; $100 to the Duke Ellington School for the Arts for the arts summer camp for children ages 3 to 12; $1,000 to the Katherine Fuller Community Church Consortium for community projects; $700 to Maury Elementary School for the gifted and talented education program; $700 to the Metropolitan Police Department Boys and Girls club to send four children to summer camp from the ANC 6A area; $1,900 to Elliott Junior High School for after school programs; $500 to Miner Elementary School for after school programs, and $500 to the Library Theater for reading-oriented theater productions in libraries in the ANC 6A area.

ANACOSTIA

ANC 6C will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the community room of the Professional Building, 2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE. The ANC has scheduled a forum for D.C. school board candidates from Ward 6. Student representatives from the public schools in the ANC 6C area also will participate in the panel discussion.

FAR NORTHEAST

ANC 7A will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at Thomas Elementary School, 650 Anacostia Ave. NE. Representatives of the Sixth District Police will report on crime in the ANC 7A area, and on how to set up a neighborhood watch crime prevention program.

A representative of the Clean Capital City Committee will discuss a citizens' proposal to place an initiative on the November ballot requiring a 5-cent deposit on soda and beer bottles and cans sold in the District. Also at the meeting, a representative from the D.C. Office of Consumer Services will discuss public utilities and answer questions.

NAYLOR-DUPONT

ANC 7B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, 3200 S St. SE.

DEANWOOD-BURRVILLE

ANC 7C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at the ANC office, Suite 2, 4651 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. NE.

CONGRESS HEIGHTS

ANC 8C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the ANC office, 3125 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE.

BELLVIEW-CON. HTS.-WASH. HLND.

ANC 8E commissioners voted Sept. 9 to support an alcohol and drug treatment program run by the Searls Group, a nonprofit organization. The ANC is helping the organization look for a location in the ANC 8E area to open an alcohol and drug treatment clinic. Suggestions may be made by calling the ANC office at 562-7951.