1C ADAMS MORGAN
At a meeting Oct. 3, ANC 1C did the following:
Discussed an upcoming neighborhood transportation study by the Office of Business and Economic Development and decided to ask the agency to include pedestrian transit and safety issues in its research.
Agreed to hire a second part-time staff person to assist the current ANC director.
Discussed a petition to the Alcohol Beverage Control Board from a resident of Adams Morgan opposing the addition of a 78-seat rooftop addition for I Matti's restaurant, 2436 18th St. NW.
Heard from a representative of the ABC board on the limitations of the board to implement the tougher restrictions on liquor licenses in the area that the ANC has requested in order to limit the size of local restaurants. 3D SPR. VALLEY-A.U. WESLEY HGTS.-PALISADES
ANC 3D will hold a forum at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 24. for D.C. Council candidates for Ward 3 at St. John's Development Center, 5005 MacArthur Blvd. NW. For more information, call the ANC office at 363-4130. ANC 3E AMER. UNIV. PARK-FRIENDSHIP HGTS.
ANC 3E will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, at Georgetown Day School, 4200 Davenport St. NW, to do the following:
Consider whether to support a citizens' petition to the D.C. Department of Public Works to install morning rush-hour "Do Not Enter" signs on Brandywine, Chesapeake and Davenport streets NW directed at traffic traveling from Western Avenue NW.
Consider whether to support a citizens' petition to the D.C. Department of Public Works to insall a stop sign at 43rd Street and 43rd Place NW, remove parking restrictions on the north side of Fessenden Street NW between River Road and 43rd Place NW, and install a morning rush-hour "Do Not Enter" sign on Fessenden Street for traffic entering from River Road NW.
Consider whether to support a proposal by Iona Huuse before the D.C. Office on Aging House to use the former police station at 42nd and Albermarle streets for development.
Consider whether to support a request to the city by the W.C. & A.N. Miller Co. to install a traffic light on Massachusetts Avenue at Yuma and 50th streets NW.
Continue discussions on what to do about the homeless people who gather at the entrance to the Sears building near the Metro escalators. Some residents have complained that the homeless are harassing them.
At its Sept. 25 meeting, ANC 3E did the following:
Voted to support a request by the Tenleytown Historical Society to the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board to designate a Victorian-era house at 4622-24 Wisconsin Ave. NW a historic landmark. The house is one of the few remaining 19th-century buildings in the Tenleytown community.
Voted to support an effort by Barry Williams, a District resident, who is lobbying the D.C. Department of Public Works to preserve the exisitng 1940s-era "tear-drop" street lights in Ward 3. The city has been replacing the lights with high-pressure, sodium-vapor lights, which it says are more energy efficient.
For more information, call the ANC office at 244-0800. 3F NORTH CLEVELAND PARK -- FOREST HILLS
At its Sept. 24 meeting, ANC 3F did the following:
Heard a proposal by Kazimierz Dziewanowski, Poland's ambassador, to build 18 town houses and a swimmming pool on the property of the Polish Embassy, 2800 Tilden St. NW.
Heard an announcement by the Forest Hills Playground Committee that it has received a substantial grant to landscape the playground at Brandywine and Chesapeake streets NW. 7B NAYLOR DUPONT
ANC 7B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, 3200 S St. SE, to hear Nate Bush, president of the D.C. Board of Education and representative of Ward 7, discuss the 1991 agenda for neighborhood schools. 7F FORT CHAPLIN-BENNING HEIGHTS
ANC 7F will hold a forum for D.C. Board of Education candidates and ANC 7F commissioner candidates at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Benning Stoddert Recreation Center, 3900 East Capitol St. SE.
The ANC is looking for vendors, artists, bands and others interested in participating in the 11th annual Community Awareness Day Oct. 27 at Fort Chaplin Park, Texas Avenue and C street SE.
For more information, call the ANC office at 584-4979.