Meeting ID: 830-8648-4574 Password: 373462
Agenda for August 5 meeting:
-Councilmember Nadeau will give a budget update.
-Approve July meeting minutes.
-Approve Q2 FY20 QFR.
-Approve Q3 FY20 QFR
-Consider resolution regarding a transfer and substantial change to an ABC license for MAHK Meetings LLC. The licensee requests to transfer license from 1723 Columbia Road NW, to a new location at 1806 Vernon Street, NW.
-Consider resolution to oppose and appeal B2005159 for 1808 Ontario Place NW.
-Consider Resolution in Favor of 17th St NW Protected Bike Lane.
-Consider tree plan for BB&T Plaza from DDOT's Urban Forestry Division and a new proposal submitted by a member of the community.
-Consider resolution supporting the Office of the DC Auditor’s recommendations in the “Are ANCs Given Great Weight?” report.
Actions taken at the July 1 meeting:
Video recording of the July 1 meeting: https://youtu.be/A03Xl5355hM
Approved consent agenda (7-0-0)
-June meeting minutes.
-Approved internet sales application by Chufly Imports and stipulated CR license allowing operation according to the terms of the new Settlement Agreement during the remaining Protest period. (7-0-0)
-Approved resolution in support of Black Lives Matter with friendly amendments. (7-0-0)
-Approved resolution requiring a face covering while in and around streateries with friendly amendments. (7-0-0)
-Approved resolution to allow waiver of certain time limits in settlement agreements. (7-0-0)
-Considered a resolution opposing DC Zoning Commission Case No. 19-21 regarding Roof Top or Upper Floor architectural elements. (3-3-1)
-Approved a grant request from the Reed-Cooke Neighborhood Association (RCNA) for the RCNA COVID-19 neighborhood relief fund. (6-0-1)
-Approved writing a letter of support for a 2021 DCCAH Public Art Building Communities Grant application for a temporary art display. (7-0-0)
-Tabled resolution supporting the Office of the DC Auditor’s recommendations in the “Are ANCs Given Great Weight?” report.
Legal Aid DC gave a brief overview of COVID-19-related legal information in their practice areas: public benefits (including unemployment and federal stimulus payments); family law and domestic violence; housing law; consumer law (foreclosure and debt collection); immigration law. For more information, visit legalaiddc.org or call (202) 628-1161.
DDOT gave a quick presentation of the 16th Street bus lanes project.
ANC 1C also discussed the Adams Morgan Pedestrian Zone and the expanded use of public space on 18th Street.
View minutes and recordings of past meetings here.