At a meeting Oct. 24, ANC 1A did the following:

Voted to give a $1,000 grant to the TNTNeighborhood Association for meritorious service awards for students at Bruce Monroe and Harriet Tubman elementary schools.

Agreed to contribute $800 and co-sponsor with the Columbia Heights Neighborhood Improvement Committee a 4th District Police Department Appreciation Day on Saturday at 12th Street and Otis Place NW from 10 a.m to 2 p.m.. Selected officers will receive plaques and certificates, and there will be food and refreshments.

Agreed to ask for neighborhood input proposals to convert a former hardware store at 14th Street and Park Road NW into a print shop, to open a Chinese food carryout and a Sunny Surplus store in the former Safeway building at 14th Street and Park Road NW, and on a proposal to limit the terms of School Board members.

ANC 1A is seeking volunteers to participate in a fix-up day Nov. 10 at Raymond Elementary School, 10th Street and Spring Road NW. Anyone with plumbing, electrical or carpentry skills or willing to bring refreshments would be appreciated. 2A FOGGY BOTTOM

ANC 2A commissioners announced that a hearing is set for 12:30 p.m. today at the National Capital Planning Commission on the Kennedy Center's plan to provide electric cart transportation from a Columbia Plaza parking lot to the center. The NCPC is located at 1325 G St. NW.

Some Foggy Bottom residents are opposed to the plan because it will require the center to build a seven-foot-wide, asphalt pathway through the parkland between the center and Virginia Avenue NW. To speak at the hearing, call NCPC at 724-0206. 2C NEAR NW-SHAW-DOWNTOWN

ANC 2C will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in room 503 of the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, to vote on the following:

An application before the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment by Jerry Sills, of the Real Estate General Association Inc., to operate a commercial parking lot at 414 I St. NW.

A BZA application by Lewis R. Murray to establish professional offices in a vacant 10-unit apartment building at 1208 M St. NW.

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

An application before the Historic Preservation and Review Board by the D.C. Preservation League to designate some old houses at 742-748 Third St. NW and a store at 300-302 H St. NW as historic landmarks. 2E GEORGETOWN

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

Agreed to send a letter to the D.C. Council asking for legislation to curb the manufacture and use of false identification cards by minors for the purpose of purchasing alcoholic beverages.

Opposed a BZA application for a two-story rear addition to a comercial building at 2820 Pennsylvania Ave. NW because of concerns about infilling of green space.

Received a status report on preparations by the District government on reducing the size of the Halloween gathering in Georgetown.

Heard about a design proposal before the Commission of Fine Arts for the construction of a clock tower and alterations to the facade of a building at 3411 K St. NW. ANC 3E AMER. UNIV. PARK-FRIENDSHIP HGTS.

At its Oct. 18 meeting, ANC 3E did the following:

Voted 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.

Voted to oppose 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.

Agreed to continue discussions about 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.

Announced that at the beginning of future meetings, 15 minutes will be allotted to general open community discussions.

For information, call the ANC office at 244-0800 or ANC Chairman Stephen J. Raiche, 363-2414. 3F N. CLEVELAND PK. -- FOREST HILLS

At its Oct. 22 meeting, ANC 3F did the following:

Agreed to ask the Bureau of Traffic Services convert the middle lane of Reno Road NW between Van Ness Street and Nebraska Avenue NW to a "left turn only" lane for both northbound and southbound traffic. Also agreed to ask that the bureau determine appropriate sites for stop signs on this section of Reno Road in order to allow pedestrian and vehicular traffic to enter or cross Reno Road safely.

Voted to send a letter to 2nd District Police reqesting that police enforce speed limits on Reno Road NW.

Voted to support a request by Hillwood Museum, 4155 Linnean Ave. NW, to the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for a new liquor license.

Voted to send a letter to Metro requesting that the new bus stop on the east side of Connecticut Avenue NW, which was relocated from the "kiss and ride" area on the west side of the street near the University of District Columbia Campus, be moved north about 50 feet because the sidewalk at the present site is too narrow and vending machines and a mailbox at the current site hinder access to the shelter.

Voted to send a letter of recognition to former ANC 3F chairman Eben Fodor for his service to the community, and to Beauty Bazaar, 4447 Connecticut Ave. NW, for planting a floral display along the sidewalk.

The next ANC meeting date has been changed from Nov. 26 to Nov. 19. For more information, call the ANC office at 362-6120. 3G CHEVY CHASE

At its Oct. 22 meeting, ANC 3G devoted its entire meeting to discussing a proposal to reroute the crosstown E2 bus.

Some residents want the E2 buses to travel down Military Road NW rather than McKinley Street NW, and some residents also want to eliminate five E2 buses after midnight. The bus route terminates at the Friendship Heights Metro station. Several McKinley Street residents spoke in favor of the proposal, saying the buses create too much noise. Some Military Road residents spoke against it, saying their street already has more than twice as much traffic as McKinley Street.

In recent months, the buses had been going down Military Road because of the reconstruction of McKinley Street. The reconstruction is now completed.

The ANC plans to invite a representative from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to its Nov. 12 meeting and discuss the results of area ridership studies.

For information, call the ANC office at 363-5803. 4A SHEP. PK.-BRIGHTWOOD-COLONIAL VILLAGE

ANC 4A will meet 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the 4th District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW, to vote on a request to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment for a variance to build an addition to group home at 5405 16th St. For more information, call the ANC office at 291-9341. 4C PETWORTH-BRIGHTWOOD

ANC 4C will hold a forum for ANC 4C candidates at 6 p.m. today 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.

For information, call the ANC office 723-6670. 5B IVY CITY-TRINIDAD-BROOKLAND-ARBORETUM

At a meeting Oct. 4, ANC 5B voted to support a plan by Gallaudet University to build a third floor on its Hall Memorial classroom and office building located in the center of its main campus.

ANC 5B will meet 7 p.m. tonight to hear a presentation by Richard Tynes, president of Eagle Maintenance Inc. Eagle wants to lease a building in the industrial park east of the main post office building on Brentwood Road NE. 8C CONGRESS HEIGHTS

ANC 8C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the ANC office, 3125 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE. The ANC usually meets on the first Wednesday of the month, but the Nov. 7 meeting was postponed because of election day.