1A COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 1A has voted to support a request by Domenico's Pizza, 3335 11th St. NW, to operate a sidewalk cafe.
City workers will remove bulk trash, including appliances, furniture and other large items, from the area this week. Call the ANC at 232-0175 for time and place of pickup.
The ANC will hold a joint forum tonight with ANC 1E presenting the candidates running for the Ward 1 and at-large D.C. Council seats. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 16th Street and Park Road NW. The meeting is open to all District residents.
1C ADAMS MORGAN
ANC 1C is seeking comments from area residents on a proposal to operate a private shuttle bus connecting Mount Pleasant, Woodley Park, Cleveland Park and Adams Morgan.
It also wants residents to comment on a proposal to ask the city's Alcohol Beverage Control Board to limit the number of licensed restaurants in the Adams-Morgan neighborhood, allowing them only in commercial corridors and limited to restaurants of a certain size.
For copies of the proposals, call the ANC office at 332-2630.
1E MOUNT PLEASANT
ANC 1E is sponsoring a joint forum tonight with ANC 1A to present candidates for the Ward 1 and at-large D.C. Council seats. The forum is at 7 p.m. at Sacred Hearth Church, 16th St. and Park Rd. NW.
The ANC has rescheduled its regular business meeting from July 3 to July 30 because of the Fourth of July holiday.
The ANC is asking for comments on applications to the Board of Zoning Adjustment to increase the number of residents at a residential facility at 1715-17 Kilbourne St. NW, and also to increase the capacity of the GAP Inc. day-care center at 30660 16th St. NW to allow up to 83 children instead of the current maximum of 25.
2A FOGGY BOTTOM-WEST END
ANC 2A has cancelled its regular June 12 meeting because there is no current business to discuss.
3C CLEVELAND PARK-WOODLEY PARK
At its May 21 meeting, ANC 3C did the following:
Voted to spend $1,000 to buy playground equipment for the Woodley Park playground on Cortland Place NW.
Voted to support are request by the Zebra Room restaurant, 3238 Wisconsin Ave. NW, to create a sidewalk cafe, with the conditon that the restaurant agree to remove any physical structures for the cafe from the sidewalk during months when the restaurant is closed.
Voted to oppose a request to the Board of Zoning Adjustment to allow the construction of a rear deck and an addition to a house at 2906 Cortland Place NW.
4A SHEP. PK.-BRIGHTWOOD-COLONIAL VILLAGE
ANC 4A will not meet during July and August.
4B BIGHTWOOD-MANOR PARK-RIGGS PARK
ANC 4B will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at 4th District Police headquarters, 6001 Georgia Avenue NW, to hear the following presentation:
Assistant Chief of Police Melvin C. High will speak about the drug problem in the ANC area.
Desmond Green, president of the Positive Self-Esteem Development Institute, a nonprofit organization, will speak about how low-esteem makes teenagers vulnerable to drug abuse.
5A BROOKLAND-WOODBRIDGE-RIGGS-MICH. PK.
ANC 5A will hold a forum at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Bertie Backus Elementyary School, South Dakota Avenue and Hamilton St. NE, to hear statements by candidates for mayor and the at-large D.C. Council seats.
Adesimbo Myers has been hired as the new ANC administrative assistant. Her office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. 5B IVY CITY-TRINIDAD-BROOKLAND-ARBORETUM
Single-Member District 1, 2 and 3 will not hold any more meetings until September. Residents who need information or assistance should call the ANC office at 576-8765.
6A CAPITOL HILL NORTHEAST
At a meeting June 7, ANC 6A voted 5 to support a request before the Board of Zoning Adjustment by Sen. Larry Pressler (R-South Dakota) to open commercial offices in a residence at 527 Second St. NE.
6B CAPITOL HILL-SOUTHEAST
At a town meeting June 12, ANC 6B heard from representatives of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department about a new effort to improve neighborhood policing.
The ANC also heard a presentation by the Ellen Wilson Coalition, wose members include architects, developers, bankers and community groups, to redevelop the Ellen Wilson Dwelligs, a public housing project on Virginia Avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets SE.
7A FAR NORTHEAST
ANC 7A will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the ANC conference room at 650 Anacostia Ave. NE to discuss a liquor license request by Parkside Associates Ltd.for a convenience store at 740 Kenilworth Ave. NE.
7F FORT CHAPLIN-BENNING HEIGHTS
At its June 19 meeting, ANC 7F did the following:
Heard Mac Vaugh of Shanno & Luchs Real Estate explain that the owners of the 22-acre Woodlawn Cemetery are negotiating to sell the entire cemetery -- not just a portion of it, as the neighborhood had heard -- to Amercican Memorial Planning Services, based in Chicago.
Voted against a proposal by Metro Health Associates, which wants to establish an 11-unit shelter at 4000 D St. SE to provide low-cost temporary housing for homeless people. Counselors would help those selected for the program find work and permanent housing. The ANC supported residents who said they want to maintain the character of the block as a place for permanent, not temporary, housing.
Announced that it is appealing a decision by the Board of Zoning Adjustment to allow the construction of a three-unit apartment building at Burbank and S street SE. The BZA has approved the development, but the ANC opposes it, in part because the plans do not include a sidewalk.
Voted to award a $300 ANC grant to Teen Life Choices, a nonprofit group that works ith teenagers to prevent pregnancy.
Voted to award a $400 grant to the C Street Crime Watchers to help fund a bet to Know Your Neigbors Day in August.