(entrance on 18th St. to the right and down the stairs from the school entrance) 

Agenda for the October 30 meeting:

-Education Forum with special guests: Emily Gasoi, Ward 1 State Board of Education Representative, Raquel Ortiz, DCPS Community Team Ward 1 Representative, Becky Reina, Ward 1 Education Council Representative, and Katie Lundgren, Marie Reed Principal. 

-Draft resolution in support of education.

-Consider a resolution supporting nighttime DPW inspections of commercial establishments.

-TBC Update ANC 1C grant guidelines.

-TBC Discuss plans for erosion at Kalorama Park with Brent Sisco, Capital Projects and Design, DC Department of Parks and Recreation.


Actions taken at the September 25 meeting:

-Recommend that the full ANC support an amendment to ANC 1Cs meeting calendar, which would reschedule the next PSE committee meeting from October 24 to October 30 (2-0-0).

-Recommend that the full ANC support a grant application from Platform of Hope (2-0-0).

-Recommend that the full ANC support a resolution in support for B23-266 and B23-309, known respectively as the “Prohibition of Marijuana Testing Act of 2019” and “Medical Marijuana Program Patient Employment Protection Amendment Act of 2019” (2-0-0).

The meeting also featured presentations on:

-Trash Talk with the Mayor’s Office of Clean City and SWEEP. Do you need a new trash bin? Contact SWEEP at justin.ingea@dc.gov. Learn how you can prevent rodents and how to Adopt-A-Block.

-The Birth to Three for All DC Act. Commissioner Pooley will be introducing a resolution in support of full funding in the 2021 Budget, which will be presented at the next PSE Committee meeting. Please reach out to Commissioner Pooley if you have questions, comments, or concerns.






Envision Adams Morgan came about in the spring of 2012 in response to the rapid changes in development in the Adams Morgan. A committed group began meeting regularly with the Public Services and Environment Committee of the ANC1C to develop an overall vision of Adams Morgan that would serve as a both a reference and a guide for understanding Adams Morgan’s present and its future.  A baseline report was created by volunteer residents in 2013 with the support of an urban planning team from Catholic University.