1C ADAMS MORGAN
At its Sept. 5 meeting, ANC 1C did the following:
Agreed to testify at a D.C. Zoning Commission hearing today on zoning proposals in the Reed Cooke neighborhood.
Discussed liquor license renewal requests by Kilimanjaro Restaurant-Nightclub, 1724 California St. NW; Cafe Atlantico, 1819 Columbia Rd. NW; and Perry's, 1811 Columbia Rd. NW. Residents have complained that the three businesses created additional parking, noise and trash problems in their neighborhoods. The ANC currently is working on agreements with the business owners to decrease the problems.
Dominique Cardella told commissioners that he has applied for a liquor license for a new jazz club at 2439 18th St. NW.Seated J. Patrick Crane as the commissioner for ANC 1C's single member district 3. The seat had been vacant since July when commissioner Karen Stokes resigned and moved out of the area.
Discussed plans by the I Matti restaurant, 2436 18th St. NW, to build a 78-seat rooftop cafe.
Asked the ANC housing committee to look into complaints by apartment residents who said their rights are being violated by condominium conversions at 1807 California St. NW, 1801 and 1811 Wyoming Ave. NW and 1826 Vernon St. NW.
Issued a commemorative resolution on behalf of the late Jean Hall, a leader in a successful attempt by tenants of Hilltop House, 1475 Euclid St. NW, to obtain ownership of the apartment building.
Commissioner William Arrington, who represents southeast Adams Morgan, announced that residents are forming a local crime patrol in his neighborhood. For more information, contact Arrington at 387-7012.
Commissioner Ruth Long, who represents southwest Adams Morgan, announced a neighborhood appreciation ceremony, held last Monday evening, for Grant Aikins, a Northwest resident and serviceman stationed in Saudia Arabia.
Commissioner Barbara Helmick, who represents northwest Adams Morgan, announced that she will hold a community meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 2 in the ANC office at 2407 18th St. NW.
Commissioner Peter Schott, who represents northern Adams Morgan, announced a community meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at the ANC office.
Commissioner Edward G. Jackson, who represents the 18th Street NW commercial area, announced a community meeting at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 in the ANC office. 2B DUPONT CIRCLE
At a meeting Sept. 5, ANC 2B took the following actions:
Supported an application before the Historic Preservation Eeview Board to build a residential garage at 20th and S streets NW. Commissioners said their support depends upon the removal of a telephone pole on the property where men have been urinating.
Opposed a liquor license application by the planned R Street Grill restaurant at 1635 R St. NW. Commissioners said they voted against the application because a liquor license moratorium proposal in the 17th Street NW area is pending before the D.C. Council. The ANC has asked the city Alcoholic Beverage Control board to approve the moratorium because of concerns about noise, parking, trash and public drunkeness in the area. 2E GEORGETOWN
At a meeting Sept. 4, ANC 2E took the following actions:
Opposed a D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) application for a rear addition to a residence at 1515 29th St. NW.
Opposed a BZA application for a rear addition and other changes to a building at 3130 M St. NW for a new restaurant.
Approved a $500 grant for the Georgetown Senior Center to help purchase a van. The van will cost $25,000; the center has already raised $16,000.
Approved a $100 grant for Library Theater to help pay for the Summer Storybuilders program for children at the Georgetown Public Library. 3D SPRING VALLEY-A.U.-WESLEY HGTS.-PALISADES
ANC 3D will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Bently Lounge in Gray Hall at American University for the following:
Vote on whether or not to support a proposal to build an addition at a house at 2832 Chain Bridge Rd. NW. Hear requests by individuals and groups for ANC grants.
Present an update on Georgetown University's 20-year master plan for campus development, which includes proposals to build new dorms and a cogeneration power plant on the campus.
Present an update on a proposal to install a cellular telephone antenna on property near St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, 4700 Whitehaven Pkwy. NW.
The ANC also announced that individuals and groups who want to apply for an ANC grant should write a letter to the ANC detailing the request by Sept. 17. Letters should be mailed to: P.O Box 40846, Palisade Station, Washington, D.C. 20016. For more information, call the ANC at 363-4130. 3E A.U. PARK-FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS
ANC 3E meets at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at Georgetown Day School, 4200 Brandywine St. NW. The agenda will be listed in next week's column. The ANC normally meets on the third Thursday of the month, but the meeting date was changed this month because of the Rosh Hashanah holiday. 5C BLOOMINGDALE-EDGEWOOD-SHAW
ANC 5C will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the James Memorial Baptist Church, 1723 Third St. NE. Call the ANC office at 832-1965 for more information. 7B NAYLOR-DUPONT
ANC 7B will meet at 7 p.m. tonight at the Naylor Gardens Community Center, 3036 Naylor Rd. SE. Contact the ANC office at 584-3400 for agenda information. 7F FORT CHAPLIN-BENNING HEIGHTS
ANC 7F will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Benning Stoddert Recreation Center, 3900 East Capitol St. SE. For more information, call the ANC office at 584-4979. 8A ANACOSTIA
A community festival sponsored by ANC 8A's single member district 6 will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 6 in the 2400 block of Elvans Road SE. There will be food, music, health screenings, pony rides, games and gifts. All members of the community are invited to attend. For more information, call the ANC office at 563-5500. 8D FAR SOUTHWEST-SOUTHEAST
ANC 8D will meet at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at the ANC office, 153 Galveston Place SW. For more information, call the ANC office at 562-0191.