The Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 2C committee on ANC operations will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 115 of the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

The ANC 2C committee on housing and economic development will meet at 6:45 p.m. Nov. 18 in the second floor board room of the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development, 1133 North Capitol St. NE. Representatives of the Oliver Carr Co. will present a proposal to build an office building and a small hotel on the block bordered by Sixth, Seventh, F and G streets NW, which is near the Gallery Place Metro station.


Tamiko Brim is the new ANC 2D commissioner for single member district (SMD)3. She succeeds Rita Spivey, who resigned in the spring because her job prevented her from attending ANC meetings.

Brim will represent the area bordered by the Southwest-Southeast Freeway, Fourth, I, Third, M and South Capitol streets SW. Her father, Wilbert Brim, was the ANC commissioner for roughly the same area in 1980.


ANC 3B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Gordon School, 35th and T streets NW. Scheduled are: a discussion on the Federal Aviation Administration's proposal to reduce airport noise throughout the nation by requiring the gradual introduction of quieter aircraft.a presentation on the Georgetown and Foggy Bottom Trolley Inc., a nonprofit organization that advocates establishing a trolley railroad system to link the Metro subway system with the Georgetown and Foggy Bottom neighborhoods. The group is conducting a ridership survey in those areas to determine the need for a trolley update on the U.S. Naval Observatory's request to the National Capital Planning Commission to allow no buildings higher than 40 feet in the 2300 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW. There is currently a proposal before the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment to build a nine-story building at 2323 Wisconsin Ave. NW. The Naval Observatory is at 34th Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW.

The request says that light and heat from large buildings in the 2300 block of Wisconsin Avenue distort the readings of telescopes at the observatory. It also says that a higher building could pose a security risk to the vice president's residence, which is on the Naval Observatory grounds, because it would allow people to directly view the residence. All the buildings now in the block are two to three stories update on what is being done by school officials about residents' complaints of noise and traffic problems resulting from evening and weekend use of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, at 35th and K streets NW, by groups not affiliated with the school.


ANC 3D will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at Ernst Auditorium on the Sibley Memorial Hospital grounds, 5255 Loughboro Rd. NW. The commissioners will consider an application to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment by Gladys Antezana to build an addition to the side of a single-family house at 2830 Arizona Ave. NW.


ANC 3E will meet 8 p.m. Nov. 12 at Elbrooke Methodist Church, 4100 River Rd. NW. The Rev. William Tully, rector of St. Columba's Episcopal Church, at 4210 Albemarle St. NW, will discuss plans to construct a building on the church property.


At the Oct. 26 meeting of ANC 3F, commissioner Eben Fodor reported that the Donohoe Construction Cos. plan to build a four-story, 169,546-square-foot office building at 4100 Wisconsin Ave. NW.

Following the meeting, the ANC sent a letter to Fred Greene, director of the D.C. Office of Planning, expressing residents' concerns that the building would generate additional traffic onto Wisconsin Avenue NW; that satellite dishes and a weather radar device planned atop the building would be unattractive; that microwave transmissions from the building top could pose a health hazard; and that the building would be too large for the lot.

At the Sept. 28 meeting of ANC 3F, Fodor was sworn in by City Councilman Jim Nathanson (D-Ward 3) as the new commissioner representing single member district (SMD) 6, which is bordered by Upton and Tilden streets, Connecticut Avenue, Yuma, 36th and Albemarle streets and Massachusetts Avenue NW. Fodor succeeds Christine Viezens, who resigned in February.


At the Oct. 26 meeting of ANC 3G, representatives of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, at 5241 Broad Branch Rd. NW, discussed plans to build a new three-story, 73,000-square-foot office building and to renovate and build additions to two existing buildings, all located on the Northwest campus. Construction is to begin next summer and be completed in two to three years. On-campus parking is to be provided by the Carnegie Institution for the additional 40 employes who will work at the site following the construction.

Also at the meeting, the commissioners decided to meet with officials of Magruder's grocery store, at 5626 Connecticut Ave. NW, to discuss citizen complaints about all-night store deliveries, delivery trucks parking on sidewalks, untrimmed shrubbery, andunshoveled in the winter on the store grounds.

ANC 3G officials say they have a signed agreement with the owners of Magruder's that says deliveries will take place only between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m., and that the grounds will be maintained.

In other business, the ANC sent a letter Oct. 27 to City Council member Charlene Drew Jarvis (D-Ward 4) opposing the proposed D.C. Housing Production Trust Fund Act of 1987, introduced by Jarvis June 17th. The bill, designed to alleviate the shortage of low and moderate income housing in the District, would establish a fund and encourage developers to build housing units or deposit money into the fund in exchange for getting special permission from the city's Zoning Commission for several types of building variances, including more floor area ratio than allowed for a site. The ANC is opposed to the bill unless it is amended to make any construction of housing or commerical buildings in the ANC area contingent on ANC approval.


ANC 4D will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Fourth District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW.

Guest speakers include James Holloway, of the D.C. Department of Community Services and Lt. Christopher Denisio, of the D.C. Police Department's vice squad. Frankie Cox, of the D.C. Department of Public Works, will discuss the Litter Control Administration Act, which allows the Department of Public Works to fine residents who are chronic offenders of the city's sanitation laws, including those who consistantly leave trash in open spaces or do not maintain their property.

A representative of the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs will discuss unauthorized automobile repairs in the District. There will also be a presentation on cable television in the District.


ANC 7B will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, Branch Avenue and S Street SE. William Rumsey, of the D.C. Water, Sewer Utility Administration, will discuss the city's plan to install a two-million-gallon water tank in the Aanacostia area. Frankie Cox, of the D.C. Department of Public Works, will discuss the Litter Control Administration Act, which allows the Department of Public Works to fine residents who are chronic offenders of the city's sanitation laws, including those who consistently leave trash in open spaces and who do not maintain their property.


ANC 7C will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the ANC office, Suite 2, 4651 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. NE. The commissioners will consider a liquor license application to the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board by O'Neal Enterprises Inc. for Skip's Liquor, Beer and Wine Shop at 405 61st St. NE.


ANC 7F will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Benning Stoddert Recreation Center, East Capitol Street and Stoddert Place SE.


ANC 8D will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. Call the ANC office at 562-0191 for the meeting location and agenda information.