2A FOGGY BOTTOM-WEST END
At a meeting Oct. 9, ANC 2A took the following actions:
Approved a $500 grant for Iona House to complete a senior citizens resource handbook.
Voted to support a plan by C'est La Vie, at Lafayette Center, to build a glass enclosure around some courtyard tables.
Agreed to ask that the Red Cross building, at 2025 E St. NW, be declared a historic landmark.
Heard from representatives for the Kennedy Center on plans to renovate and enlarge its underground parking facilities and the impact of the changes on the neighborhood. They also outlined a proposal for a new shuttle service between the center and Columbia Plaza that would feature electric cars similar to the ones operated on golf courses and at airports.
Agreed to send a letter to city officials complaining that the ANC had not been notified about the Kennedy Center's plans to enlarge its underground parking facilities and install a new shuttle system, and asked that the center's use permit be rescinded. 1E MOUNT PLEASANT
ANC 1E will hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. today at Sacred Heart Church, 16th Street and Park Road NW. Candidates for commissioner in ANC 1E and at-large D.C. Council candidates will participate in a forum.
ANC 1E's regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 6 has been moved to Nov. 7 because of the election. 2E GEORGETOWN
ANC 2E will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Church Parish Hall, 3240 O St. NW. For more information, contact the ANC office at 337-4753. ANC 4B BRTWD. -- MANOR PK. -- RIGGS PK.
ANC 4B will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the 4th District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW, for a discussion on city services available for pregnant women who are substance abusers.
For more information, call the ANC office at 726-7292. 4C PETWORTH-BRIGHTWOOD
ANC 4C will hold a forum for ANC 4C candidates at 6 p.m. Nov.1 in the community room of the Metro car barn, 14th and Decatur streets NW. There are 16 candidates for eight ANC seats. District Council member Charlene Drew Jarvis (D-Ward 4) will monitor the forum. 5A BRKLND.-WDRDGE.-LAMOND RIGGS-MICH. PK.
At an Oct. 4 Committee of the Whole meeting, ANC 5A took the following actions:
Approved a $150 grant for the Brookland Citizens Patrol for a rechargeable hand radio and batteries.
Appointed a committee to study whether an outdoor gazebo on the grounds of the Hospital for Sick Children should be moved to a neighborhood park. After hospital officials said they planned to tear down the gazebo as part of the hospital's expansion, some residents asked that it be moved to Turkey Thicket playground on Michigan Avenue NE or the triangular park across the street from the hospital.
Voted to support the following changes in Metro bus service to the Fort Lincoln area:
To reroute the H-2 and H-4 lines to a new terminal at 33rd Place and South Dakota Avenue NE and discontinue service to Goodwill Industries property directly across the street.
To extend service on the Fort Lincoln shuttle bus to include service to the Overlook apartment complex on Commodor Joshua Barney Drive NW.
To temporarily extend Metro's B-9 bus line to shopping facilities in Colmar Manor until a grocery store is opened in Fort Lincoln. 6A CAPITOL HILL-NORTHEAST
ANC 6A will meet 7 p.m. next Thursday at the Capitol Hill Hospital, B-level auditorium, 700 Constitution Ave. NE. Contact the ANC at 544-3637 for more information. 6B CAPITOL HILL-SOUTHEAST
ANC 6B, in conjunction with the Capitol Hill unit of the League of Women Voters, will hold a forum for delegate, at-large council, council chairman and mayoral candidates at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Hine Junior High School, Eighth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue SE. Among the panelists will be members of the Southeast Neighborhood Associates, the local Neighborhood Planning Council, the Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals and the Capitol Hill Restoration Society.
ANC 6B and the Center for Youth Services will hold a free Halloween party from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the ANC office, 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. For more information, call 543-5707 or 543-3344. 7F FORT CHAPLIN-BENNING HEIGHTS
The ANC is looking for vendors, artists, bands and others interested in participating in the 11th annual Community Awareness Day Saturday at Fort Chaplin Park, Texas Avenue and C Street SE.
For more information, call the ANC office at 584-4979.