At a meeting Nov. 7, ANC 1E voted to support a plan to open a video store at the Woodner apartment building, 3636 16th St. NW.

ANC 1E has rescheduled its Nov. 29 town hall meeting to Dec. 4. Police Chief Isaac Fulwood Jr. will discuss community police service. Because of the schedule change, the business meeting scheduled for Dec. 4 will be held the following day.

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At a meeting Nov. 19, the ANC did the following:

Agreed to give $500 to Stevens Elementary School, 21st and K streets NW, for a Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program which distributes books to children to encourage reading.

Heard a presentation by ANC 2A Commissioner Beverly Sklover on the Kennedy Center's plans to use two golf cart-style trams to transport patrons between a Columbia Plaza parking lot and the performing arts hall.

Heard about a proposal to build a residential/office complex at 2501 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.


ANC 2C will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 27 in the Department of Public and Assisted Housing building, 1133 North Capitol St. NW, to review the following:

An application before the Historic Preservation Reveiw Board to designate the Victor building at 724-26 Ninth St. NW as a historic landmark.

An application before the Historic Preservation Review Board by the D.C. Preservation League to designate the Mercantile Savings Bank building at 719-21 10th St. NW as a historic landmark.

A D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) application by Magued A. Kandil to conduct a construction business at 1534 New Jersey Ave. NW.

A BZA application by Waintown Limited Partnership to operate a child development center at 1250 H St. NW.


ANC 2E will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Episcopal Church, 3240 O St. NW. For agenda information, call the ANC office at 337-4753.


At its Nov. 14 meeting, ANC 3B heard a presentation by the American Red Cross about its urgent need for more volunteers for its blood donor program.

The ANC also has announced that Charles Holzwarth is the commission's new treasurer, a post previously held by Frederick Flemming.

For more information, call the ANC office at 338-2969.


ANC 3C will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the 2nd District Police headquarters, Idaho Avenue and Newark Street NW, for the following:

Discuss a proposal by the D.C. Department of Human Services to place six mobile homes on a wooded lot in the 2800 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW to serve as overnight shelters for 108 homeless adults. The area is zoned for single-family houses.

Discuss proposed legislation, bill no. 8-701, which would eliminate the veto power residents have over new liquor license applications in their neighborhoods. The bill was introduced recently by Council Chairman David Clarke.

Vote on whether to support a proposal before the D.C. Zoning Commission to restrict development on lots adjacent to Rock Creek Park that have large trees and steep slopes.

The ANC has announced that its planned dicussion about a proposal to install a baseball diamond at Hearst Field, 37th and Quebec streets NW, has been postponed until its Dec. 17 meeting.

For more information, call the ANC office at 232-2232.


ANC 3D will hold a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 27 to dicuss the ongoing construction of a pool house at 4524 Garfield St. NW. A neighbor has alleged that the structure exceeds the city's 15-foot height limit for accessory buildings. The ANC has yet to choose a location for the meeting.

At its Nov 14 meeting, the ANC did the following:

Voted to oppose a request to the D.C. Public Space and Permits Commission by Michael Deland, of 4901 Loughboro Rd. NW, to install a fence in his front yard 12 feet from the road.

Voted to support a certificate of need request by St. John's Development Center, 4880 MacArthur Blvd. NW., to provide services to mentally retarded childen in their own homes. The children are now bused to the center for treatment.

Voted to support a request to the D.C. Department of Public Works by W.C. & A.N. Miller Co. to install a traffic light at 50th Street and Massachusetts Avenue NW.

For more information, call the ANC office at 363-4130.


The ANC will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Chevy Chase Community Center, Connecticut Avenue and McKinley Street NW, to do the following:

Hear a representative from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority on ridership studies for the E2, E4 E6 and E7 bus lines.

Discuss a request by the Margaret Weaver Trust to continue operating a parking lot at 3820-3826 McKinley Street NW, behind People's drugstore.

Consider supporting or opposing a citizen's request to the Department of Public Works to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Military Road and 39th Street NW.

Consider supporting or opposing a residents' request to First American Bank, 20 Chevy Chase Circle, that it move its automatic teller machine from the rear of the bank to the front of the bank. Residents are concerned that the machine's present location is not safe and want it moved to a more public area.

At its Nov. 13 meeting, the ANC did the following:

Heard representatives of the Regency House Seniors Action Group discuss alleged longtime maintenance problems at Regency House, a city-owned apartment building for senior citizens at 5201 Connecticut Ave. NW. The ANC voted to send a letter to Mayor-elect Sharon Pratt Dixon asking that she consider the residents' concerns.

Agreed to ask the D.C. Department of Recreation to keep lights on all night at Lafayette School Park, Broad Branch Road and North Hampton Street NW. The city now shuts off the lights at 10 p.m. The lights have been broken by vandals, and recreation officials have told the ANC that the lights will be replaced soon.

Voted to write a letter to 2nd District Police asking that they set speed traps at Nebraska and Oregon avenues, at Nebraska Avenue and McKinley Street NW and on Military Road at 27th and 30th Streets NW.

For more information, call the ANC office at 363-5803.