1A COLUMBIA HEIGHTS

At a meeting Oct. 10, ANC 1A did the following:

Agreed to give a grant of $480 to the Columbia Heights Neighborhood Improvement Association for four walkie talkies to assist neighborhood drug patrols.

Agreed to support a request to the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) from Samuel Reynolds to build an extension on the second floor of the office of a real estate agency he owns at 3105 Georgia Ave. NW.

Voted to oppose a proposal by Dr. James H. Nickens to establish a substance abuse treatment program for five pregnant women at 3561 16th St. NW because of the number of residential treatment facilities already in the neighborhood.

Voted to opposed a proposal by the Coalition for the Homeless to open a community-based residential facility at 1435 Spring Rd. NW, where ANC commissioners had been told the building would be used for apartments.

Voted to oppose any additional group homes in Columbia Heights, which commissioners contend holds more than two thirds of the number contained in all of Ward 1.

ANC 1A will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the ANC office, 3511 14th St. NW. For agenda information, call 232-0175. 1E MOUNT PLEASANT

ANC 1E will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at Sacred Heart Church's basement meeting room, 16th Street and Park Road NW. Candidates for commissioners in ANC 7E will speak, followed by the at-large D.C. Council candidates. 2B DUPONT CIRCLE

At a meeting Oct. 10, ANC 2B did the following:

Agreed to oppose revised plans for a mixed-use complex at 22nd and N streets NW that doesn't conform to current zoning restrictions.

Agreed to oppose a plan to build a mixed-use building at 18th and R streets NW. Among the comissioners concerns about the project was that it did not fit in with the neighborhood and was too large.

ANC 2B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at at St. Thomas Parish, 1772 Church St. NW, for a candidate forum, where mayoral candidates, Ward 2 School Board candidates and ANC 2B candidates have been invited to speak.

Also at the meeting, ABC board chairwoman Marlene Johnson will discuss the status of a moratorium on new liquor licenses on 17th Street NW. 2C NEAR NE/NW-SHAW-DOWNTOWN

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

A BZA application by Jerry Sills, of the Real Estate General Association Inc., to put a commercial parking lot at 414 Eye St. NW.

A BZA application by Ocean Reef No. 1 Limited Partnership for an antenna at 810 First St. NE.

A BZA application by Lewis R. Murray to put a professional office at 1208 M St. NW.

A petition to the Historic Preservation Review Board by the Art Deco Society of Washington to designate 717 Sixth St. NW as a historic landmark.

A petition to the Historic Preservation Review Board by the D.C. Preservation League to designate 742-48 Third St. NW and 300-302 H St. NW as a historic landmark.

A request by Square 317 Associates Limited Partnership to close an alley behind 317 I St. NW. 3C CLEVELAND PK.-WOODLEY PARK

ANC 3C will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Second District Police headquarters, Idaho Avenue and Newark Street NW, to discuss a proposal by a board member of Maret School to install a baseball diamond on Hearst Field, 37th and Quebec streets NW.

At its Sept. 24 meeting, the ANC did the following:

Voted to support the decision of the zoning adminstrator to revoke an occupancy permit for Fars Oriental Rugs Inc., 2815 Ordway St. NW, where the lot was rezoned last year. The zoning administrator said the permit was granted by mistake. The store's owners are appealing the decision to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment.

Voted to support a proposal by the Woodley Park Towers Condominium to put a real estate office in the building, 2737 Devonshire Place NW.

Agreed to ask the city for more stop signs in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights Avenue neighborhood, citing complaints by residents that it is difficult for pedestrians to cross the street in the area.

Voted to support the tax reform proposals pending in the District Council that would allow homeowners to defer property tax payments that are more than 10 percent of last year's tax, require assessors to presume that a recent sale price is the correct assessment, make more senior citizens eligble for tax relief programs and offer a modest discount for homeowners who pay their taxes before they are due.

Voted to ask the D.C. Public Space Committee, which approves sidewalk cafe permits and alley closings, among other things, to give the ANC written copies of decisions it makes. 3D SPR. VAL.-A.U. WES. HTS.-PALISADES

ANC 3D will hold a forum at 8 p.m. Wednesday for D.C. Council candidates for Ward 3 at the Metropolitian Memorial United Methodist Church, 3401 Nebraska Avenue NW., across the street from American Univeristy. The ANC has changed the time and location from what was listed in this column last week. For more information, call 363-4130. 3F N. CLEVELAND PK. -- FOREST HILLS

ANC 3F will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Capitol Memorial Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3150 Chesapeake St. NW, to do the following:

Discuss speeding and traffic congestion problems on Reno Road NW with Gary Wendt from the Bureau of Traffic Services.

Vote on a liquor license request by Hillwood Museum, 4155 Linnean Ave. NW.

Discuss proposals to renovate Howard Law School, 2941 Upton St. NW. 3G CHEVY CHASE

ANC 3G will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Chevy Chase Community Center, 5601 Connecticut Ave. NW, to discuss a citizen proposal to reroute either the crosstown E4 or the E2 bus.

Some residents want one of the buses to travel down Military Road NW rather than McKinley Street NW, and some residents also want to eliminate five E2 buses after midnight. Both buses terminate at the Friendship Heights Metro station. Some residents say they are disturbed by the noise of the buses.

At its Oct. 9 meeting, the ANC agreed to donate $500 to the Lafayette Home and School Association to purchase dirt and grass seed to complete a project to upgrade the lower field on the Lafayette School playground.

The ANC announced that it has received a letter from the Department of Public Works saying that traffic islands at Nebraska and McKinley avenues will be reduced in size to allow buses and cars to cross the intersection more safely.

For more information, call the ANC office at 363-5803. 4B BRIGHTWOOD-MANOR PARK-RIGGS PARK

At its Oct. 6 meeting, ANC 4D did the following:

Voted to support a request by Children's Hospital for a MRI electronic diagnostic machine. Currently, they are sharing a machine with Washington Hospital Center, but Childen's officials say the need their own machine because they are treating an increasing number of patients.

Voted to buy leaf bags for the fall clean-up. 5A BRKLND.-WDRDGE.-LAMOND RIGGS-MI. PK.

ANC 5A will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony's Church hall, at 12th and Monroe streets NE, for a candidates forum to include candidates for the local school board representative, at-large school board representative and ANC 5A. Contact the ANC at 635-6563. 6B CAPITOL HILL-SOUTHEAST

ANC 6B will hold a forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday for the 19 candidates who are running for the ANC 6B seats. The forum will be held at Watkins School, 12th and E streets SE. For more information, call the ANC office at 543-3344. 7D MINNESOTA-BENNING

At its Oct. 9 meeting, ANC 7D did the following:

Voted not to support a certificate of need request by Metropolitan Health Associates Inc. to purchase Hadley Memorial Hospital. The ANC said the group did not have enough capital and did not have a good track record.

Discussed a request to make Woodlawn Cemetery, at Benning Road and C Street SE, an historic landmark. 7F FORT CHAPLIN-BENNING HEIGHTS

ANC 7F 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 584-4979. 8A ANACOSTIA

At its Oct 8 meeting, ANC 8A did the following:

Granted $500 to the People's Coopertive Assocaition to set up a community festival.

Announced that all grant requests and requests for support of zoning applications must be presented to the commission in writing at least 30 days in advance of the next ANC meeting for consideration. Such requests should include supporting documentation to explain the request.

Announced that a community awards banquet will be held in early December. People who want to help should call the ANC office at 563-5500.

Announced that the ANC will be moving to a new office in Nichols Avenue School at Howard Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE. The ANC will move there within a month. 8D FAR SOUTHWEST-SOUTHEAST

ANC 8D will meet at 7 p.m. today at 153 Galveston Place SW. For more information, call the ANC office at 562-0191.