ANC 6A Meeting 1/10
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Joseph Fengler said...
Anyone interested in ANC 6A, please visit our website at anc6a.org. We have a handful of very active volunteer committees – dealing with issues ranging from zoning, to liquor licenses, to transportation - and we welcome anyone’s participation.
At our next ANC 6A meeting on January 10, 2008, we will be providing a "snap shot" update on H Street. Our meeting starts at 7:00pm and is held at Miner Elementary School – the 600 block of 15 Street, NE. The following people have confirmed their participation:
Director Moneme and Ms. Karina Ricks from DDOT, will discuss the H Street NE Streetscape project to include status of the contract, tentative construction plans (where will construction start) and the status of ordering the street cars funded in the FY 2008 budget. Time 10 - 12 minute presentation with 5 - 10 minutes of questions and answers.
Mr. Woody, from the Mayor’s office of Economic Development, will provide a short update on the following: (1) Great Streets Neighborhood Retail Priority Area, (2) Target Building Improvements - Corridor Wide and (3) Mixed Use Development Partner to Build a Bigger and Better R. L. Christian Library in a Mixed Use Building. Time 10 - 12 minute presentation with 5 - 10 minutes of questions and answers.
Mr. Saleem, the Director of HSMS, will provide an update on the clean and safe program for H Street and the on-going efforts for the facade improvement program. Time 5 minute presentation with 5 - 7 minutes of questions and answers.
Councilmember Wells and Brown will be on hand to participate as well.
We have also invited the following:
Mr. Barrow, from [the] H Street [Community Development Corporation] has declined to participate, but will be in attendance at the meeting.
Mr. Rappaport, who owns the H Street Connection located at 8th and H Street, NE, has been invited to participate and we are still waiting to see if he will attend the meeting.
For all residents, this will be a good opportunity to meet your Councilmember, the key players on H Street as well as your local ANC representatives.
Joseph Fengler, Commission 6A02
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