ANC 1E will hold a task force meeting at 7 p.m. today at the Mount Pleasant Library, 16th and Lamont streets NW, to discuss neighborhood policing efforts following the reassignment of D.C. police officer Bonnie O'Neal. O'Neal was reassigned out of the Mount Pleasant Community Policing Program two weeks ago because of her superiors' concerns over her increasing amount of overtime work hours.

During her one year in Mount Pleasant, this 20-year police force veteran was credited with affecting a dramatic drop in neighborhood crime.


At its meeting Aug 14, ANC 2A did the following:

Heard from representatves of the World Bank about plans to build a new bank building at its 18th and H streets NW location. The facade of the old bank will be preserved, except for the H street side.

Voted to support a request for historic landmark status for the Luzon building and the Mullet town houses, both in the 2500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue NW. In addition, the ANC voted to support a request to give landmark status to most of the buildings in the square bounded by Pennsylvania Avnue and M, 25th, and 26th streets NW. Only the Westbridge condominium and office buildings would not be included.


ANC 2C's committee on housing, economic development and environmental affairs will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday in the second floor board room of the Department of Public and Assisted Housing at 1133 North Capitol St. NE, to discuss the following:

An application before the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) by Manna Inc. to create a three-unit condominium at 615 S St. NW.

A BZA application to continue to allow permit and all-day commuter parking at 1307 14th St. NW.

A request before the D.C. Zoning Commission by the 10 Thomas Circle Limited Partnership to rezone the property at 10 Thomas Circle to build an office, residential and retail project and to allow the project to be of a greater height and density than zoning restrictions allow.

A BZA application by Mount Clare Properties to allow fewer than the number of parking spaces required at Station Place, 600 and 700 Second St. NE.

A rezoning application by the National Administration of Homebuilders to rezone property at 1412 Massachusetts Ave. NW from special purpose to commercial.

A request for landmark status before the Historic Preservation and Review Board by the President Monroe Apartment Building, 423-425 Mass. Ave. NW.

A request before the historic review board by the Square 405 Quadrangle Development Corp. to build a mixed-use office and retail project between Eighth, G and Ninth streets NW.

The full ANC commission will vote on the items at its regular meeting scheduled for Sept. 5.


ANC 3C will meet Monday 8 p.m. at 2nd District police headquarters, Idaho Avenue and Newark Street NW.

For more information call the ANC office at 232-2232.


The ANC will hold a forum for candidates running for the D.C. Council at-large seat at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Capital Memorial Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3150 Chesapeake St. NW.

Candidates who had agreed to appear by press time include Democratic nominees Johnny Barnes, Linda Cropp and Terry Lynch, as well as W. Cardell Shelton, a Republican, and Council member Hilda Mason (Statethood-At Large).


At its meeting Aug 14, ANC 4D did the following:

Voted to support a plan by Catholic University to build a small hotel and a training center on a city-owned parking lot at Fourth Street and Michigan Avenue NE.

Discussed a request by several teachers and residents for the ANC to write a letter to the D.C. Board of Education requesting that the school board not transfer Edward Norris, principal of Barnard Elementary School, to another school. Commissioners said they needed more information before they would write the letter. A school official said the the school board has yet to decide to move Norris to another school.

Heard from representatives of the Peoples Congregational Church, 13th and Decatur streets NW., who told the ANC that it is looking for children to participate in a new education program this September. Every Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m., church volunteers will be taking children on field trips and teaching enrichment courses. The three hour program includes lunch.


ANC 6B will meet 7:30 p.m. tonight in the ANC meeting room at 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE to vote on the following:

The ANC's third quarter financial report.

A request by S&J Liquors, 1500 Massachusetts Ave. SE, to renew its liquor license. The 15th Street Neighborhood Association has asked the ANC not to support a renewal because of problems of loitering, trash and public drunkeness in the area.

A BZA application by the Folger Shakespearan Library for a two-story rear addition on a residence at 305 East Capitol St. SE.

A BZA application by Jack and Renee Carlson to convert a former dry cleaning store at 1307 East Capitol St. SE into offices.

A BZA application by Mark and Sandra Anderson to convert a first-floor rear porch into a breakfast room, remodel a second-floor rear porch and build a garage beside an alley at 1332 Massachusetts Ave. SE.