1A COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
At a meeting Jan. 23, ANC 1A did the following: Agreed to support residents who the bus schedule along Sherman Ave. NW to remain unchanged. Metro has proposed having buses travel that street only during rush hours after the U Street subway station opens this spring.
Residents interested in signing the ANCs petition to protest the proposal may stop by the ANC office at 3411 14th St. NW. Contact the ANC office 232-0175.Discussed the establishment of a neighborhood anti-drug patrol in the 1300 block of Oak St. NW. Those interested in joining the patrol should contact the ANC office.
1B UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS-LEDROIT PARK
At a meeting Jan. 9, ANC 1B did the following: Agreed to support a recommendation by the University of the District of Columbia to designate Miners Teachers College a historic landmark.Agreed to support the D.C. Nuclear Weapons Freeze Advisory Board's call for peace in the Middle East.Elected the following officers to one-year terms: Stanley Mayes, chairman; Phyliss Stewart-Thompson, vice chairman; W. Norman Wood, treasurer; Catherine Hammonds, secretary; Juliette Marsh, newsletter coordinator, and Theresa Brown, assistant secretary.
1E MOUNT PLEASANT
ANC 1E will hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. tonight to discuss the activities of community-based organizations, such as the Latin American Youth Center, Historic Mount Pleasant Inc., the Mount Pleasant Business Association, ANC 1E and Community Helping All Mount Pleasant Students.
The ANC will have a business meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at 1753 Lamont St. NW. Residents interested in serving as one the ANC's three representativeson the board of directors for Mainstreet Inc., a group interested in revitalizing Mount Pleasant Street NW, should attend.
3B GLOVER PK.-BURLEITH -- FOXHALL VILLAGE
ANC 3B is offering a $100 reward for the return of the Lewis and Clark plaque that was recently removed from the grounds of Duke Ellington School of the Arts, 35th and R Streets NW. The plaque was mounted on a rock in front of the school. For more information, call the ANC office at 338-2969. 3D SPR. VALLEY-A.U.-WESLEY HGTS.-PALISADES
At its Jan. 22 meeting, ANC 3D did the following: Voted to support a request to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment by Peter Whitmore to build an addition to a house at 2820 Hurst Ter. NW. Voted to support a request to the zoning board by John Keene to build a two-story addition to a house at 5224 Sherrier Place NW. Elected the following commissioners to two-year terms as officers: Joyce U. Waide, chairperson; Ann Heuer, vice chairperson; Daniel Carroll Cross, treasurer, and Marion Guggenheim, secretary.
For more information, call the ANC office at 363-4130.
3E A.U. PARK-FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS
At its Jan. 17 meeting, the ANC did the following: Heard a report by Lt. Roger Chapman of the 2nd District Police on investigations of criminal activity in the area. He said police have arrested a suspect who they believe committed six armed robberies in the area. Chapman urged residents to report crimes immediately to police. Heard a report by a representative of Iona House on the status of its proposal to convert the former Secret Service building at 4000 Albermarle St. NW into a senior citizens' community center. According to the speaker, an architectural design has yet to be commissioned. Voted to give Iona House a $1,000 grant to publish an up-to-date directory of services for senior citizens. Voted to support a plan by the D.C. League of Women Voters to establish a temporary collection station for household hazardous waste, such as paint, oil and cleaning solvents, in the Nebraska Avenue parking lot of American University. The collection dates are April 27 and 28; June 29 and 30; and Oct. 26 and 27. Heard a presentation by a representative of Alekos Restaurant, which has applied to the Alcohol Beverage Control Board for a liquor license for its planned restaurant at 4425 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 4A SHEP. PARK -- BRIGHTWOOD -- COL. VILLAGE
ANC 4A will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 4th District Police Headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW.
D.C. Council member Charlene Drew Jarvis (D Ward 4) will speak about her plans to address community concerns. In addition, a representative of the D.C. Department of Public Works will discuss the services it provides in Ward 4.
For more information, call the ANC office at 291-9341.
4B BRIGHTWOOD-MANOR PARK-RIGGS PARK
ANC 4B will meet at 7:30 today at 4th District Police headquarters, 6001 Georgia Ave. NW, to hear community concerns about the budget cuts proposed by Mayor Sharon Pratt Dixon. For more information, call the ANC at 726-7292.
5A BRKLND.-WDRDGE.-LAM. RIGGS-MICH. PK.
At a meeting Jan. 23, ANC 5A honored outgoing commissioners and elected the following officers to one-year terms: Mary Baird Currie, chairwoman; Eugene Washington, vice chairman; Joyce Saucier, treasurer; Brian Flowers, corresponding secretary; Clayton Butler, recording secretary, and Joseph Bowser, parliamentarian. 6A CAPITOL HILL-NORTHEAST
ANC 6A will meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Capitol Hill Hospital, in the B-level auditorium, 700 Constitution Ave. NE, to do the following: Hear a presentation by W.R. Montgomery, a representative of the Crime Victims Assistance Program.Review a zoning board application by D.R. Madden to establish a day-care center for 50 children and nine workers at 728 F St. NE. Appoint community residents and commissioners to various committees. Those interested in serving on a committee should call the ANC office at 544-3637.
6C CAPITOL HILL-SOUTHEAST
At a meeting Jan. 22, ANC 6C did the following: Elected the following officers to one-year terms: Evelyn Washington, vice chairman; Donna Scheeder, secretary; Dion Johnson, treasurer, and Jamie Platt, parliamentarian. Karen Walker was elected chairman at the commission's Jan. 6 meeting. Supported a request by Larry and Linda Nelson to allow an addition to a house at 440 New Jersey Ave. SE. Agreed to defer until Feb. 12 consideration of a request by Paul Sliwka to construct two dwellings facing the alley at 628 and 630 Brown's Court SE. Sliwka told commissioners he planned to revise his plans because of opposition from residents. Heard a presentation by Commissioner Karen Walker on the status of renovation plans for Eastern Market. Walker is the ANC's representative to the Eastern Market Preservation and Development Corp. Nancy Schwartz, an architectural historian, presented a talk and slide show on recent research into the history of Eastern Market. After the presentations, the ANC voted 9 to 0, with one abstension, to withdraw its support for the corporation's recommendations for renovation plans. Commissioners said they were withdrawing support pending further evaulation of public sentiment, the city's fiscal situation, the cost of the project and the ability of the corporation to manage the market.
The ANC will meet again at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in the ANC office at 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. For agenda information, contact the ANC at 543-3344.
ANC 6B is seeking applicants for neighborhood grants to libraries, schools, associations, community organizations and individuals. Interested applicants should call Caesar Marshall, ANC 6B executive secretary, at the ANC office.
ANC 6C will hold an executive meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the community room of 2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, to set the agenda for a community meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, at the same location. The public is invited to attend both meetings.
At a special meeting, ANC 6C elected the following commissioners to one-year terms: Jacqueline B. Shillings, chairman; Ernest Darling, vice chairman; Oliver Johnson, treasurer, and L. Yvonne Moore, recording secretary. 7A NAYLOR DUPONT
At a meeting Jan. 10, ANC 7B heard an address by D.C. Council chairman John Wilson, who also installed the following officers for a one-year terms: Bill O'Field, chairman; Herbert A. Boyd Jr., vice chairman; Doris V. Beagle, secretary, and Vincent M. Spaulding, treasurer.
Commissioner John E. McClain, of Single-Member District 7B01 in the Randle Circle area, will meet with constituents at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, 3200 S St. SE, to discuss key issues for the upcoming year. For further information, call the ANC office at 584-3400.