Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1B will meet at 7:30 p.m. March 9 at the Reeves Municipal Center, 14th and U streets NW.


At the Feb. 24 meeting of ANC 1C, a panel consisting of D.C. Council Chairman David Clarke, council members John Wilson (D-Ward 2) and Frank Smith (D-Ward 1), and a representative of the mayor's office discussed the need for new crime prevention techniques in the District; citizen concerns about the city's new emergency communications system; citizen complaints of inequities towards businesses in the city's property tax assessments, and a bill being considered by the Council to require developers in the District to provide funding for low-income housing.

At the Feb. 23 ANC 1C executive committee meeting, the commissioners voted to establish a reward for information leading to an arrest in the murder of Adams Morgan resident Fred Parrish. A teacher, Parrish was shot three weeks ago as he was leaving his home on Argonne Place NW.

Also at the meeting, the commissioners decided to hold a city-wide meeting and workshop on crime prevention Oct. 16, at the Marie Reed Learning Center.


ANC 2A will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Court apartments, 725 24th St. NW. There will be a discussion of proposed modifications of the Watergate Mall, located next to the Kennedy Center.

The following officers were elected for 1988 at the ANC 2A January meeting: Charles Clapp, chairman; Ralph Rosenbaum, first vice chairman; Richard Striner, second vice chairman; Maria Tyler, secretary; and Sue Schumacher, treasurer.


ANC 2B will meet at 7:30 p.m. March 9 at St. Thomas Church, 1772 Church St. NW.


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


ANC 3E will meet at 8 p.m. March 10. Call the ANC office at 244-0800 for meeting location and agenda information.

At the Feb. 18 meeting of ANC 3E, the commissioners voted unanimously to support an application to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment by Paul Brothers Oldsmobile to construct an automobile storage garage at the dealership at 5220 Wisconsin Ave. NW.

Also at the meeting, residents of Friendship Heights expressed concern about proposed legislation to issue guest parking permits to people who have residential parking permits. Some residents said people might sell the guest parking permits, which would bring more traffic into a neighborhood where parking is already tight.

Also, the commissioners said they plan to ask the D.C. Department of Recreation, which is proposing to build an outdoor hockey rink at the Friendship Recreation Center, at 45th and Van Ness streets NW, to instead open the rink in the Fort Reno Park area. The commissioners said they want the rink in Fort Reno Park since it is not as close to residences as Friendship Recreation Center. Traffic and noise problems would be less likely to bother neighbors there, they said. The commissioners will vote on their official position on the matter at the March 17 meeting.


At the Feb. 22 meeting of ANC 3G, the commissioners unanimously voted to support an application to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment to demolish the former Legation Annex apartment building and to construct an 88-foot-high building at the site, next to Chevy Chase House located at 5420 Connecticut Ave. NW. The new building would be used as a 28-unit addition to Chevy Chase House, a residence for senior citizens.

Two special exceptions are sought in the application: to build an annex for more than 25 people, rather than a maximum of 25 people as allowed, and to open a community-based residential faciltiy there. The law does not permit such a facility within 500 feet of an existing community-based residential facility. The BZA is scheduled to hold a public hearing on the application March 28, in room 9 of the District Building.

Also, the commissioners voted unanimously to support a special exception application to the BZA by Riggs National Bank to continue operating a parking lot at a branch bank at 3808-3816 Morrison St. NW. However, the commissioners want the special exception for the parking lot to be renewed for 3 1/2 years, rather than for five years as requested by the bank.

Also at the meeting, the commissioners heard from citizens who live near 20 Chevy Chase Circle and are opposed to signs hung on all four sides of a First American bank there. They say the signs are too large and too brightly lighted. The commissioners voted unanimously to work with them and bank representatives to resolve the matter.

Also at the meeting, architect Thomas Shiner presented proposals to improve traffic congestion on upper Connecticut Avenue NW. Shiner asked for ANC support in obtaining federal and local grants to study ways to improve transportation, traffic, buildings and public lands along the upper Connecticut Avenue corridor.


ANC 4D will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Fourth District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW. A representative of the D.C. Department of Public Works' water and sewage division will discuss recent increases in water bills and why sewage costs are higher than water charges. Another representative of the Department of Public Works will discuss the city's annual spring cleanup campaign. In addition, a representative of the Capital Home Care Center, a pharmacy at 200 Michigan Ave. NE, will discuss "Taking Medications Wisely."


ANC 5B will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Washington Center for Aging Service, 2601 18th St. NE. John Kelly, president of the National Bankers Association, a trade association of minority- and women-owned banks, will discuss banking services.

In addition, representatives of Redstone Development Co. will discuss proposed Metro bus accessiblity for the Rhode Island Avenue Shopping Center.


ANC 5C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Metropolitan Wesley AME Zion Church, 1712 North Capitol St. NW.


ANC 6A will meet at 7 p.m. tonight in the B level auditorium in Capitol Hill Hospital, 700 Constitution Ave. NE.


ANC 6B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the ANC office, 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE.


ANC 6C will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the community room of the Professional Building, 2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE.

A representative of the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs will give a report on landfills located in the ANC 6C and 8A areas; a representative of the city's Board of Equalization and Review will discuss property tax assessments; and Christopher Herman of the Congressional Cemetery Association will discuss the Barney Circle Freeway improvement projects.


ANC 7B will meet at 7:30 p.m. March 10 at Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, 3200 S St. SE.


ANC 7C will meet at 7:30 p.m. March 10 at the ANC office, Suite 2, 4651 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. NE.


ANC 7D will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sixth District Police Headquarters, 42nd Street and Benning Road NE.


ANC 7E will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Jones Memorial Methodist Church, 4625 G St. SE. There will be a disucssion on the lack of recreational facilities on East Capitol Street SE.

Also, Rafael Cortada, president of the University of the District of Columbia, will discuss programs available through the university.


The executive committee of ANC 8B will meet at 6 p.m. March 9 at the ANC office, Suite 1, 2629 Jasper St. SE.


ANC 8E will meet at 7 p.m. March 9 at Washington Highland Elementary School, Eighth and Yuma streets SE.