ANC Meeting Moved to March 4: Duke Ellington School, Exorcist Steps Condos Are Top...

Because of the snow storm, the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission (2E) has moved its monthly meeting to Tuesday; it usually meets on Monday. Top attention-getters for the meeting are the proposed designs for the renovation of Duke Ellington School for the Arts on 35th Street and the proposed condominiums at 36th Street and M Street (Canal Road), next to the Exorcist Steps and the Car Barn. The condos by EastBanc will occupy the property where the Key Bridge Exxon now stands; the gas station will be closed. Here is Tuesday evening's agenda, as provided by ANC 2E: We will be meeting this month at the Georgetown Visitation School, 35th and Volta Place, Little Odeon Room, first building on left by gatehouse, 3rd floor. Councilmember Jack Evans has kindly accepted our invitation to join us at this meeting and speak with the community -- and will join us during a break in the regular meeting agenda. Approval of the Agenda •Approval of March 3, 2014, ANC 2E Public Meeting Agenda Administrative •Approval of February 3, 2014, Meeting Minutes •Public Safety and Police Report •Financial Report •Transportation Report •DPW Report Community Comment New Business •DC Water Green Infrastructure Project Plan – Georgetown Waterfront implications •Marine Corps Marathon – October 2014 •American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure – September 27, 2014 •West Side Club Volta Park Picnics – Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day DDOT Public Space •3206 N Street, NW, Neyla Mediterranean Grill, DDOT Tracking No. 10126007, Application to occupy public space for the purpose of Valet Staging Area ABC License renewal: •1063 31st Street, NW, Il Canale, ABRA License No. ABRA-83707, Requesting to expand to 1065 31st Street, NW/1st and 2nd floors/ Sidewalk Café increase to 30 seats/Summer Garden to 150 seats/Increase Seating Occupancy Load to 442 (Petition March 17, Hearing March 31, 2014) The following establishment is not anticipated to be reviewed by ANC 2E for license renewal. Please contact ANC 2E by Friday, February 28, if you have an issue. •1025 31st Street, NW, Zenobia Lounge, (Petition March 17, Hearing March 31, 2014) Zoning 2803 Dumbarton Street, NW, BZA Application No. 18739, Application for special exception for a two story rear addition to a one-family row dwelling not meeting the court requirements (Hearing April 15, 2014) CFA/HPRB SMD 01, 1680 35th Street, NW, Duke Ellington School of the Arts remodeling – DGS design revisions to earlier proposal Old Georgetown Board MAJOR PROJECTS: SMD 05, 3601-3607 M Street, NW, OG 14-113 (HPA 14-220) Residential, New building, Concept PRIVATE PROJECTS: 1. SMD 06, 1337 27th Street, NW, OG 14-108 (HPA 14-213) Residence, Alterations to brick wall, Concept 2. SMD 06, 1339 27th Street, NW, OG 14-107 (HPA 14-212) Residence, Alterations to brick wall, Concept 3. SMD 06, 1341 27th Street, NW, OG 14-105 (HPA 14-210) Residence, Alterations to brick wall, Concept 4. SMD 06, 1343 27th Street, NW, OG 14-106 (HPA 14-211) Residence, Alterations to brick wall, Concept 5. SMD 02, 1675 35th Street, NW, OG 14-114 (HPA 14-223) Residence, Pergola, Permit 6. SMD 03, 3238 P Street, NW, OG 14-103 (HPA 14-206) Residence, Three- story rear addition, Concept 7. SMD 03, 1357 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 14-14-084 (HPA 14-158) Commercial, Three-story rear addition, Revised Concept 8. SMD 04, 3700 O Street, NW, OG 14-110 (HPA 14-216) Georgetown University – Shaw Field, Accessory building, press box, alterations, Concept 9. SMD 05, 3034 M Street, NW, OG 14-097 (HPA 14-193) Commercial, Kate Spade, Awnings and sign for “Kate Spade - New York,” Permit 10. SMD 05, 3314 M Street, NW, OG 14-111 (HPA 14-217) Commercial, Alterations to Cady’s Alley: green screens, lighting, bumps, Permit No Review At This Time by ANC 2E: The following additional projects, which are on the upcoming March 6, 2014, agenda of the Old Georgetown Board, have not been added to the ANC meeting agenda for OGB-related design review, and we do not propose to adopt a resolution on them at this time. If there are concerns about any of these projects, please contact the ANC office by Friday, Feb. 28. 1. SMD 02, 1660 34th Street, NW, OG 14-062 (HPA 14-104) Residence, Rear additions, reconstruction of front façade, Concept – revised design 2. SMD 02, 3306 R Street, NW, OG 14-077 (HPA 14-123) Residence, Addition at roof level, Concept 3. SMD 02, 3210 Scott Place, NW, OG 14-109 (HPA 14-215) Residence, Retaining wall at rear, Permit 4. SMD 03, 1511 33rd Street, NW, OG 14-036 (HPA 14-058) Residence, Replacement windows at rear – existing, Permit 5. SMD 03, 3240 P Street, NW, OG 14-053 (HPA 14-077) Commercial, 2-story rear addition plus basement, Concept – revised design 6. SMD 03, 3107 Dumbarton Street, NW, OG 14-058 (HPA 14-100) Residence, 2-story rear addition to replace 2-story porch, Concept 7. SMD 03, 3261 Prospect Street, NW, OG 14-101 (HPA 14-204) Commercial, Alterations, blade sign for “Lady Camellia,” Permit 8. SMD 03, 1351 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 14-007 (HPA 14-011) Commercial, Demolition, roof top addition, alterations to garage and new loggia, Concept – revised design 9. SMD 05, 1115 30th Street, NW, OG 14-112 (HPA 14-219) Commercial, Replacement windows, Permit 10. SMD 05, 3334 Cady’s Alley, NW, OG 14-098 (HPA 14-194) Commercial, Lighting and signs for “Donghia,” Permit 11. SMD 05, 1241 Potomac Street, NW, OG 14-95 (HPA 14-179) Residence, Rear fence replacement, Permit 12. SMD 06, 2725 N Street, NW, OG 14-094 (HPA 14-172) Residence, Alterations to dormer at rear, Permit 13. SMD 06, 2531 P Street, NW, OG 14-031 (HPA 14-036) Commercial, Awnings – existing, Permit 14. SMD 06, 2531 P Street, NW, OG 14-033 (HPA 14-046) Commercial, Signs for “TTR / Sotheby’s International Realty,” Permit 15. SMD 06, 3030 P Street, NW, OG 14-117 (HPA 14-227) Residence, Partial demolition, 2-story rear addition, alterations, Permit 16. SMD 06, 3036 P Street, NW, OG 14-096 (HPA 14-192) Residence, Replacement windows at rear, Permit 17. SMD 07, 1644 31st Street, NW, OG 14-115 (HPA 14-225) Tudor Place, Alterations to west entrance, fence and sliding gate, Permit 18. SMD 07, 1644 31st Street, NW, OG 14-104 (HPA 14-207) Tudor Place, Repairs to slate roof on Administration Building, Permit 19. SMD 08, 3700 O Street, NW, OG 14-055 (HPA 14-080) Georgetown University, New construction - residence hall, Revised concept Sent out 4 p.m., Feb. 27: GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E -- 3265 S St., NW -- 202-724-7098 -- anc2e@dc.gov -- www.anc2e.com.

Georgetown ANC Scolds DC Water for Sloppy Street Work; P Street Gets Paved

At the Nov. 30 meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission, representatives of DC Water, also known as the D.C. Water and Sewer Authority, stood in front of a table of commissioners and were scolded like schoolboys. What was the problem? If you live or drive along P Street on the east side of Georgetown, you have no doubt experienced the slow progress of the water work, digging and repaving. P Street resident and commissioner Monica Roache criticized DC Water representatives, who said they were also frustrated and wanted the pace of work quickened — and put the blame on their contractors. Roache and her neighbors got the noise and parking restrictions reduced. After months of disruption, streets around 27th and P were fully paved and smooth this week.

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Theater Here and Now

The Georgetowner just previewed what the Washington theater scene is bringing us in its upcoming spring season, but here are a few plays and shows running in the here and now that are worth a look: Red If you have a passion for art and the mind of the artist, this is the play for you. “Red,” at Arena Stage through March 11, stars Edward Gero, a local star who seems to be just hitting his peak, as the troubled, intense abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko as he struggles with a series of murals while taking on a new assistant. Smart and powerful, the play, written by John Logan and directed by Robert Falls of Chicago’s Goodman Theater, is a must-see. ArenaStage.org Peter Pan, the Boy Who Whated Mothers Just by the title alone, you know you’re not quite in Disney’s Never Never Land. Adapted and directed by Michael Lluberes from J. M. Barrie’s original play, it is being called “a dark re-telling,” another edgy piece from the No Rules Theater Company now at H Street Playhouse at 1365 H Street NE through March 3. HStreetPlayhouse.com The Gaming Table Written by Susanna Centivre with additional material by David Grimm, this Folger Theater offering centers around elegant long-ago English ladies at the gambling and card tables. It also features an all female design team and is directed by Elizabeth Holdridge in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theatre through March 4. Folger.edu The Water Engine Spooky Action Theatre is bringing us David Mamet’s play about an inventor who created an engine that runs exclusively on water. The play is set during Chicago’s 1933 – 1934 World’s Fair and Century of Progress Exhibition, with veteran character actor Ian LeValley playing inventor Charles Lang. The play is being performed through March 11 at the Universalist National Memorial Church 1810 16th St NW. SpookyActionTheatre.org Civilization (All You Can Eat) Woolly Mammoth Theatre is continuing its apocalyptic season with this new play by Jason Grote, which follows the trail of six ambitious and very hungry city dwellers. With a play described as a vaudevillian romp of corruption, consumption and enterprise at the dawn of the Obama age, and featuring Sarah Marshall (as a character named Big Hog), as well as Danny Escobar and Naomi Jacobson, you know you’re in Woolly territory. Through March 11. WoollyMammoth.net Astro Boy and the God of Comics Good words have gotten out about this new show, created and directed by Natsu Onoda Power, receiving its intergalactic premiere at the Studio Theater, now through March 11, kicking off Studio’s 2nd Stage Season. The show is based on the 1960s animation series “Astros Boy” and the life of its creator Osamu Tezuka. Director Power also helmed last season’s haunting “Songs of The Dragons Flying to Heaven.” StudioTheatre.org

Armed Robbery on 31st St.; Robbery on Wisconsin Ave.

At about 2:30 a.m., Nov. 1, on the 1200 block of 31st Street, a woman sitting outside was approached by a robber with a rifle who took her purse and cell phone and then fled, according to police reports. Meanwhile, there stabbing at 23rd and P Streets, NW, just before 3 a.m.. Nov. 2, according to another report from the Metropolitan Police Department. The suspect is in custody. Another robbery occurred just after 4 a.m., Nov. 2, on the 1300 block of Wisconsin Avenue. Police described an "Arab male with beard," wearing a dark blazer and flannel shirt.

Police to Test Body Cameras, Oct. 1; Ferguson Protest to Hit Georgetown, Oct. 4

On Oct. 1, the Metropolitan Police Department will start a pilot program to test mounting body cameras on officers. The six-month, $1-million program, will monitor 165 police officers as they make their rounds. Officers will be required to begin recording as soon as they receive a call for service until they finish the call. After 90 days, the video will be deleted unless it is being used in an investigation. The program hopes to increase department transparency and lower the number of complaints with the police department. The pilot program will use five different models of cameras, costing between $400 and $700, mounted on their head, shoulders or shirt. If the pilot goes well, all 4,000 MPD officers may be wearing cameras within the next few years. Getting police officers to wear body cameras has gained national momentum since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., on Aug. 9. Mayor Vince Gray said that this has been in the planning since before the events in Ferguson. DCFerguson will be holding a march and rally on Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. in Georgetown for police and criminal justice reform. The march and rally are demanding the arrest of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, the demilitarization of the police and the institutionalization of civilian review boards of the police with the right to hire and fire. The march will be starting at the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro stop and head to Georgetown. A press conference will be held on Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. by #DCFerguson that will feature representatives from the #DCFerguson leadership team giving details of the march. They will also be responding to the police departments decision to use body cameras. The press conference will be taking place at the L Street Bridge at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Georgetown ANC Tonight: Hyde-Addison School 2016 Budget; Address by Jack Evans

Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E will hold its monthly meeting, 6:30 p.m., May 4, at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, 35th Street and Volta Place, NW, Heritage Room, main building, second floor. This following is tonight's meeting agenda, as provided by ANC 2E. Councilmember Jack Evans has kindly accepted our invitation to join us at this meeting and speak with the community. Councilmember Evans will join us during a break in the regular meeting agenda. Approval of the Agenda • Approval of May 4, 2015, ANC 2E Public Meeting Agenda Administrative • Approval of March 30, 2015 Meeting Minutes • Public Safety and Police Report • Financial Report • Transportation Report • DPW Report Community Comment New Business • FY 2016 DC Budget funding for Hyde-Addison School addition and renovation • Enlargement of existing curb cut for 3000 M St., NW ABC No Review At This Time by ANC 2E: The following applications for alcoholic beverage license renewals, which will be reviewed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, have not been added to the ANC 2E May 4 agenda and we do not propose to adopt a resolution on them at this time. If there are concerns about any of these applications for renewal, please contact the ANC 2E office by Friday, May 1, 2015. Zoning. • Bacchus Wine Cellar, 1635 Wisconsin Ave., NW. ABRA-060414-Class A License renewal application • Dixie Liquors, 3249 M St., NW ABRA – 077295. Class A license renewal application. • Center for Hellenic Studies, 3100 Whitehaven St., NW. Campus Plan. Case No. 15-06 • 2907 P St., NW. BZA Application No. 19008 Old Georgetown Board ?Private Projects ? ? 1. SMD 03 OG 15-180 ?(HPA 15-339) 3116 O Street, NW Christ Church Rectory Rear addition Permit 2. SMD 03 OG 15-188 ?(HPA 15-347) 3300 O Street, NW Residence Partial demolition, additions Concept 3. SMD 03 OG 15-187 ?(HPA 15-346) 3106 Q Street, NW Residence Alterations to rear Permit 4. SMD 03 OG 15-154 3107 Dumbarton Street, NW ?(HPA 15-276) Residence Raise roof, rear addition, replacement windows, front door and window alterations, remove balustrade, site paving, elastomeric coating -- Existing alterations without review Concept 5. SMD 03 OG 15-120 ?(HPA 15-223) 3255-3259 Prospect Street, NW Mixed use New construction Concept - revised 6. SMD 03 OG 15-175 1351 Wisconsin Avenue, NW ?(HPA 15-334) Commercial Replacement doors and windows, alterations to canopy Permit - revised design 7. SMD 03 OG 15-167 ?(HPA 15-324) 1529 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Commercial Outdoor seating terrace Permit 8. SMD 05 OG 15-176 ?(HPA 15-335) 2900 M Street, NW Commercial Flag pole and signs - Ike Behar Permit 9. SMD 05 OG 15-177 ?(HPA 15-336) 2900 M Street, NW Commercial Awnings and signs - Ike Behar Permit 10. SMD 05 OG 15-184 ?(HPA 15-343) 3295 M Street, NW Commercial Alterations to storefront, signs - Club Monaco Permit 11. SMD 06 OG 15-189 ?(HPA 15-348) 2907 P Street, NW Residence Two-story rear additions, alterations to front Permit 12. SMD 07 OG 15-101 ?(HPA 15-189) 1609 31st Street, NW Residence Demolition, new residence Concept - revised ?No Review At This Time by ANC 2E: The following additional projects, which are on the upcoming May 7, 2015, agenda of the Old Georgetown Board, have not been added to the ANC meeting agenda for OGB-related design review and we do not propose to adopt a resolution on them at this time. If there are concerns about any of these projects, please contact the ANC office by Friday, May 1, 2015. ? 1. Government of the District of Columbia Department of General Services 3050 R Street, NW Jackson Art Center Demolish and reconstruct site walls Permit ?2. SMD 02 OG 15-171 1618 34th Street, NW Residence Replacement windows and door at rear Permit ?3. SMD 02 OG 15-163 1660 34th Street, NW Residence Alterations to rear Permit ?4. SMD 02 OG 15-159 1671 35th Street, NW Residence Replacement metal fence Permit ? ? 5. SMD 02 OG 15-173 3203 R Street, NW Residence Alterations Permit 6. SMD 02 OG 15-166 3205 R Street, NW Residence Alterations to pool house - alternate roofing material Permit ? 7. SMD 02 OG 15-139 ? 1576 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Commercial Signs - Georgetown Shell - Existing alterations without review; monument sign Permit ? ?8. SMD 03 OG 15-181 1411 33rd Street, NW Residence Replacement windows Permit ? 9. SMD 03 OG 15-182 1405 34th Street, NW Residence Alterations Concept ? 10. SMD 03 OG 15-153 1513 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Mixed-use Rooftop and rear additions, trellis Concept - design development Awnings and signs - Pizzeria Napolitana, light fixtures, sidewalk cafe 11. SMD 05 ?OG 15-145 1065 31st Street, NW Commercial Permit - revised ? 12. SMD 05 OG 15-164 3030 K Street, NW #105 Residence Replacement windows and doors Permit ? 13. SMD 05 OG 15-117 3000 M Street, NW Mixed-use Partial demolition, addition, alterations Concept - design development ? ? 14. SMD 05 OG 15-183 3104 M Street, NW Commercial Alterations Permit ? 15. SMD 05 OG 15-178 3107 M Street, NW Commercial Replacement window sashes ?Permit ?16. SMD 05 OG 15-092 3150 M Street, NW Commercial Alterations Concept - revised ?17. SMD 05 OG 15-186 3222 M Street, NW Commercial Exterior duct work and rooftop vent Concept ? 18. SMD 05 OG 15-165 3271-3273 M Street, NW Commercial Replacement window sashes Permit ? 19. SMD 05 OG 15-179 3286 M Street, NW Commercial Signs, alterations to parking lot Concept ? 20. SMD 05 OG 15-132 3347 M Street, NW Commercial Signs - Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop Permit - revised ? 21. SMD 05 OG 15-192 3330 Cady’s Alley, NW Commercial Alterations Permit 22. SMD 05 OG 15-058 3069 Canal Street, NW Residence Rear addition, replacement doors, trellis Permit ? ?23. SMD 05 OG 15-169 1058 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW Commercial Replacement standing seam metal roof, skylights Permit - revised ? 24. SMD 06 OG 15-135 1212 28th Street, NW Residence Two-story with basement rear addition Concept ?25. SMD 06 OG 15-168 1324 30th Street, NW Residence Rooftop solar panels Permit ? ?26. SMD 06 OG 15-071 2707 N Street, NW Residence 2-story plus basement rear addition Concept - revised 27. SMD 06 OG 15-162 2708 P Street, NW Residence Replacement French doors at rear Permit ? 28. SMD 07 OG 15-122 1624 29th Street, NW Residence Rear yard excavation, new garage with roof terrace Concept - revised ? 29. SMD 07 OG 15-185 2807 Q Street, NW Residence Alterations to front porch Permit ? 30. SMD 07 OG 15-161 3024 1?2 R Street, NW Residence Replacement windows Permit ? 31. SMD 07 OG 15-170 2522 Q Street, NW Residence Alterations to rear Permit ? 31. SMD 07 OG 15-174 1650 Avon Place, NW Residence Fenestration alterations, rooftop HVAC ? ? Government of the District of Columbia: Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E 3265 S St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20007 202-724-7098 anc2e@dc.gov www.anc2e.com

Weekend Roundup July 27, 2012

L2 Lounge: Let the Games Begin July 27 at 9 p.m. | events@l2lounge.com | Tel: 202-965-2001 In celebration of the London Olympics Opening Ceremony, L2 invites you to its opening ceremony party, "Let the Games Begin," on Friday, July 27 at 9 p.m. Address L2 Lounge, 3315 Cady's Alley, NW Drink the District: Beer Edition July 28 at noon | $30 | ilovebeer@drinkthedistrict.com |Event Website An outdoor craft-beer event with unlimited tastings of more than 40 craft beers. Featuring ten of DC's best food trucks and live entertainment all day. Tickets are available for one of two four-hour tasting sessions (noon to 4 p.m. or 5 to 9 p.m.); tickets are limited. Address 500 New York Ave., NW CAPCS Online Summer Concert Series July 30 at noon | free | Tel: (866) 339-9912 | Event Website Online students don’t just hang out with their computers. They enjoy summer fun with their classmates, too. Students, families and staff from Community Academy Public Charter School Online (CAPCS Online) will be grooving to everything from funk rock to New Orleans jazz this summer during a series concerts throughout the summer. Interested families are also invited to see how the CAPCS Online community likes to have a good time and to get their questions answered by knowledgeable staff members. Address Woodrow Wilson Plaza, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Urban Chic: An Afternoon Tea with Author Emily Giffin July 30 at noon | katherine@urbanchiconline.com Join Urban Chic for an afternoon of tea and book signing celebrating the release of favorite author Emily Giffin's latest novel, "Where We Belong." Guests who purchase the book at the event can also take 20 percent off all Urban Chic merchandise. The first ten guests to make a $100 purchase during the event will receive a print of Inslee by Design's custom Emily Giffin/Urban Chic illustration. Address Urban Chic, 1626 Wisconsin Avenue, NW The Bitter July 31 at 07:15 p.m. | $37 | Info@LibationsBarSchool.com | Tel: 2026421256 | Event Website Libations Bar School owner Jesse Dean teaches participants to blend their own cocktail bitters from various spices, herbs, barks, and roots available at The Spice & Tea Exchange, where classes are held. After tasting their concoctions, participants leave with their own recipe book so that they can make their own digestifs at home. Address 1069 Wisconsin Ave., NW Blues Alley: Freddy Cole August 2 at 8 p.m. | Tel: 202.337.4141 This week at Blues Alley (1073 Wisconsin Ave., NW), from Thursday, Aug. 2, through Saturday, Aug. 4, jazz and music lovers alike are in for a treat with performances by Freddy Cole. Address Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Old Fashion, New Look August 8 at 6 p.m. | rsvp@streetsclotheir.com Streets Of Georgetown cordially invite you to "Old Fashion, New Look" on Wednesday, August 8. Join us for a distinguished evening of bourbon, antiques, and shopping -- along with a fine tailoring, timeless style, and the finer things in life. RSVP to rsvp@streetsclothier.com Cocktails and hor d' oeures will be served. 30-percent Discount on Made to Measure Tailored Clothing; Additional 10-percent Discount on Sale Merchandise. Address 1254 Wisconsin Ave, NW Georgetown

Busy ANC Meeting: Ellington, Halcyon, Heating Plant

Tonight, 6:30 p.m., the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E will meet at Georgetown Visitation Prep on 35th Street. Top items to be discussed include the renovation of Ellington High School (and its temporary closing), an ABC agreement for the new El Centro restaurant (the former Third Edition), visitor parking passes, S&R Foundation use of Halcyon House and an update on the reconstruction of the West Heating Plant next to the C&O Canal and the Four Seasons Hotel. The following is the agenda for tonight's meeting, as released by ANC2E: We will be meeting this month at the Georgetown Visitation School, 35th and Volta Place, Heritage Room, first building on left by gatehouse, 2nd floor Approval of the Agenda Approval of September 3, 2013, ANC 2E Public Meeting Agenda Administrative Approval of July 1, 2013, Meeting Minutes Public Safety and Police Report Financial Report Transportation Report DPW Report Community Comment Update on the West Heating Plant Duke Ellington School renovation/addition Georgetown Community Partnership Cookout – September 14 New Business DDOT proposed regulations for visitor parking 1900 37th Street, NW, DDOT Tracking No. 84460, Glover Park Citizens Association application to occupy public space for the purpose of paving sidewalks and install benches DDOT/UFA Female Ginko Removal Policy ABC El Centro (formerly Third Edition), 1216 Wisconsin Avenue, ABRA -__, proposed Settlement Agreement Zoning Halcyon Georgetown LLC, 3400 – 3410 Prospect Street, NW, BZA No. 18604, Application for a special exception to establish a non-profit, Hearing September 10, 2013 Back Alley LLC and Ellsworth T. Simpson Trust, 1063 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, BZA Appeal No. 18610, Appeal for a variance from the nonresidential floor area ratio restrictions to subdivide and use all of the existing buildings on the property for nonresidential uses, Hearing September 17, 2013 3128 P Street, NW, BZA No. 18645, Application for special exception relief to construct an addition to the building which will extend the currently nonconforming lot occupancy, Hearing September 24, 2013 Old Georgetown Board PRIVATE PROJECTS: 1. SMD 07, 1644 31st Street, NW, OG 13-295 (HPA 13-517) Tudor Place, Alterations to west entrance, fence and sliding gate, Concept 2. SMD 07, 2823 Q Street, NW, OG 13-282 (HPA 13-501) Residence, Replace wood garden gate with steel gate, Permit 3. SMD 02, 1632 32nd Street, NW, OG 13-315 (HPA 13-538) Residence, Alterations to rear, Concept For review by Historic Preservation Review Board 4. SMD 02, 1516 33rd Street, NW, OG 13-269 (HPA 13-488) Residence, Re-grading of rear yard, retaining walls, terrace, Permit For review by Historic Preservation Review Board 5. SMD 02, 1634 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-304 (HPA 13-526) Commercial, Signs and awning for “Sleepy’s,” Permit 6. SMD 03, 3400 O Street, NW, OG 13-297 (HPA 13-519) Residence, Replace / repair box gutter, Permit 7. SMD 03, 3132 P Street, NW, OG 13-302 (HPA 13-524) Residence, Brick wall, gates and re-grading of side yards, Permit / Concept 8. SMD 03, 1305 and 1313 Potomac Street, NW, OG 13-265 (HPA 13-477) Residence, Fence screens off alley – existing, Permit 9. SMD 03, 3338 Volta Place, NW, OG 13-293 (HPA 13-515) Residence, Extension of front wing, Concept 10. SMD 03, 1328-1330 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-288 (HPA 13-510) Commercial, One-story rear addition with basement, Permit/concept For review by Historic Preservation Review Board 11. SMD 03, 1332-1336 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-289 (HPA 13-511) Commercial, One-story rear addition with basement, Permit/concept For review by Historic Preservation Review Board 12. SMD 05, 1025-27 31st Street, NW, OG 13-317 (HPA 13-540) Commercial, Alterations to rear, outdoor seating terrace, Concept 13. SMD 05, 3211 M Street, NW, OG 13-226 (HPA 13-382) Commercial, Sign for “Billy Reid” – existing, blade sign, light fixtures, Permit 14. SMD 05, 3213 M Street, NW, OG 13-301 (HPA 13-523) Commercial, Alterations to storefront, awnings, signs for “Pandora,” Concept 15. SMD 05, 3206 Grace Street, NW, OG 13-318 (HPA 13-541) Commercial, Roof top addition, alterations, replacement windows, awnings, blade sign, flagpole, Concept 16. SMD 05, 3255 Grace Street, NW, OG 13-291 (HPA 13-513) Commercial, Sign for “The Power House,” Permit 17. SMD 05, 1200 Potomac Street, NW, OG 13-285 (HPA 13-505) Residence, Stockade fence and timber retaining wall – existing, Permit 18. SMD 05, 3302 Prospect Street, NW, OG 13-272 (HPA 13-491) Residence, Demolition of brick garden wall (completed), metal gate and repaving of rear yard, Permit 19. SMD 05, 3104 M Street, NW, OG 13-306 (HPA 13-528) Commercial, Rear addition, Concept 20. SMD 06, 3009 M Street, NW, OG 13-305 (HPA 13-527) Mixed use, Rear addition, Concept 21. SMD 06, 1306 27th Street, NW, OG 13-268 (HPA 13-487) Residence, Replacement windows and doors, Permit 22. SMD 06, 3030 P Street, NW, OG 13-256 (HPA 13-446) Residence, Partial demolition of rear ell, 1-story rear addition plus basement, Concept 23. SMD 06, 3062 Q Street, NW, OG 13-284 (HPA 13-504) Residence, Alterations to openings on rear façade, Concept For review by Historic Preservation Review Board No Review At This Time by ANC 2E: The following additional projects, which are on the upcoming September 4, 2013, agenda of the Old Georgetown Board, have not been added to the ANC meeting agenda for OGB-related design review and we do not propose to adopt a resolution on them at this time. If there are concerns about any of these projects, please contact the ANC office by Friday, August 30, 2013. 1. SMD 01, 3800 Reservoir Road, NW, O.G. 13-309 (HPA 13-531) Institution (MedStar Georgetown University Hospital – Pasquerilla Center), Communications antennas on penthouse for Verizon, Concept 2. SMD 02, 1511 33rd Street, NW OG 13-152 (HPA 13-251) Residence, Replacement windows at rear – existing, replacement front windows, Permit 3. SMD 02, 1566 33rd Street, NW, OG 13-308 (HPA 13-530) Residence, Replace vinyl windows, Permit 4. SMD 02, 1638 33rd Street, NW, OG 13-173 (HPA 13-296) Residence, Replacement windows and alterations to rear, Permit 5. SMD 02, 1622 34th Street, NW, OG 13-292 (HPA 13-514) Residence, One-story rear addition to replace one-story covered porch, Permit 6. SMD 02, 1661 35th Street, NW, OG 13-150 (HPA 13-249) Residence, Three-story rear addition, in-fill areaway, one-story side addition, alterations, Concept – revised design 7. SMD 02, 3247 Q Street, NW, OG 13-278 (HPA 13-497) Office, Replacement windows, Permit – revised design 8. SMD 02, 3247 R Street, NW, OG 13-286 (HPA 13-506) Pool House, Raze existing structure at rear, new building at rear, Permit – revision to permit 9. SMD 02, 1611 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-190 (HPA 13-332) Commercial, Replace rooftop antennas with stealth canisters for Sprint, Permit 10. SMD 02, 1621 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-298 (HPA 13-520) Commercial, Replacement windows at rear, Permit 11. SMD 03, 1417 31st Street, NW, OG 13-232 (HPA 13-411) Residence, Replacement windows, Permit 12. SMD 03, 3301 N Street, NW, OG 13-290 (HPA 13-512) Residence, Additions and alterations, Permit 13. SMD 03, 3210 O Street, NW, OG 13-283 (HPA 13-503) Commercial, Blade sign for “Bloomers”, window graphics – existing, Permit 14. SMD 03, 3210 O Street, NW, OG 13-263 (HPA 13-458) Commercial, Blade sign for “Bloomers”, window graphics – existing, Permit 15. SMD 03, 3615 O Street, NW, OG 13-312 (HPA 13-535) Residence, Replacement fence at rear, Permit 16. SMD 03, 3129 P Street, NW, OG 13-287 (HPA 13-507) Residence, Alterations to garage opening in front of house, Concept 17. SMD 03, 1365 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-203 (HPA 13-359) Bank, Light fixtures for ATM at BB&T Bank, Permit 18. SMD 04, 3700 O Street, NW, OG 13-307 (HPA 13-529) Georgetown University – Athletic Training Facility, New construction, Concept –design development 19. SMD 04, 3700 O Street, NW, O.G. 13-310 (HPA 13-532) Georgetown University – Leavey Center, Communications antennas and equipment penthouse for Verizon, Concept 20. SMD 05, 2934 M Street, NW, OG 13-279 (HPA 12-498) Commercial, Awning and sign for “Pier 2934 Cajun Seafood,” Permit – revised design 21. SMD 05, 3125 M Street, NW, OG 13-300 (HPA 13-522) Commercial, Signs, light fixtures, replacement door, screen for rooftop equipment, Permit 22. SMD 05, 3222 M Street, NW, OG 13-294 (HPA 13-516) Commercial, Alterations to east and south elevations, sign for “Pinstripes,” Permit 23. SMD 05, 3222 M Street, NW, OG 13-296 (HPA 13-518) Georgetown Park, Alterations to storefront in-fill, Permit – additional information 24. SMD 05, 3320 M Street, NW, OG 13-299 (HPA 13-521) Commercial, Banner for “Maxalto” at third floor facing alley, Permit 25. SMD 05, 3508 Prospect Street, NW, OG 13-274 (HPA 13-493) Residence, Replacement slate, membrane and copper roofs, Permit 26. SMD 05, 1251 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-280 (HPA 13-499) Commercial, Sign for “Reebok,” Permit 27. SMD 05, 1211 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-270 (HPA 13-489) Commercial, Storefront alterations, sign for “Tory Burch,” Permit 28. SMD 05, 1218 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, OG 13-199 (HPA 13-355) Commercial Sign for “El Centro D.F.” Permit 29. SMD 06, 1354 27th Street, NW, OG 13-192 (HPA 13-344) Residence, Rear addition at fourth floor, Concept - revised design 30. SMD 06, 1354 27th Street, NW, OG 13-273 (HPA 13-492) Residence, Rear addition at fourth floor, Permit 31. SMD 06, 1600-1602 28th Street, NW, OG 13-277 (HPA 13-496) Residence, Alterations to planter curb – in progress, Permit 32. SMD 06, 1215 31st Street, NW, OG 13-271 (HPA 13-490) Georgetown Post Office, Rear addition at basement level, Permit 33. SMD 06, 1215 31st Street, NW, OG 13-267 (HPA N/A) Georgetown Post Office, Excavation, sheeting and shoring, underpinning, Permit 34. SMD 06, 3001-3007 M Street, NW, OG 13-276 (HPA 13-495) Mixed-use: retail / residential, Exterior exhaust duct, Permit 35. SMD 06, 2725 N Street, NW, OG 13-319 (HPA 13-545) Residence, Alterations to dormer at rear (change original gable dormer to wider shed dormer), Concept 36. SMD 06, 2912 N Street, NW, OG 13-313 (HPA 13-536) Residence, Rooftop mechanical equipment – existing, screening, Permit 37. SMD 06, 3040 O Street, NW, OG 13-183 (HPA 13-306) Residence, Enclose rear porch and alterations – existing, Permit – revised design 38. SMD 06, 3044 O Street, NW, OG 13-275 (HPA 13-494) Residence, Alterations, addition, shutters, replacement windows, swimming pool, construction entrance on stone wall, Permit 39. SMD 06, 2803 Dumbarton Street, NW, OG 13-314 (HPA 13-537) Residence, Two- story rear addition, Permit 40. SMD 06, 2718 Poplar Street, NW, OG 13-167 (HPA 13-290) Residence, Replace windows – existing, Permit 41. SMD 07, 1699 31st Street, NW, OG 13-311 (HPA 13-534) Residence, Relocate driveway, relocate curb-cuts on public space, Permit/concept 42. SMD 07, 3053 Q Street, NW, OG 13-316 (HPA 13-539) Residence, Rear addition at fourth floor, alterations, Permit 43. SMD 07, 3001 R Street, NW, OG 13-269 (HPA 13-488) Cemetery, Chapel Roofing Permit 44. SMD 07, 3245 S Street, NW, OG 13-281 (HPA 13-500) Institution, Handicapped access ramp at Guest House, Permit 45. SMD 07, 2516 East Place, NW, OG 13-303 (HPA 13-525) Residence, Alterations to rear, Permit 46. SMD 08, 3700 O Street, NW, OG 13-249 (HPA 13-439) Georgetown University, New construction - residence hall, Concept – additional information on site selection {posted August 26, 2013, 5 p.m.}

7-Eleven on Wisconsin Avenue Closer to Completion

While objected to by some neighbors, the convenience store 7-Eleven at Wisconsin Avenue and O Street erected its low-key signage and moved closer to completion. It is expected to open in March. It will be Georgetown's second 7-Eleven and will be located in the historically significant building, which housed clothing or antique stores in recent years. The 1344 Wisconsin Ave., NW, location is best known as the place owned by Harry "Doc" Dalinsky who ran the Georgetown Pharmacy. After more than century in operation, the pharmacy closed in 1988. Dalinsky died in 1992. The Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commission sought to keep store designs low-key and appropriate to the neighborhood, and the Old Georgetown Board agreed. Nearby architect Robert Bell -- who purchased the Georgetown Theater property across the street -- found the original designs for the store "degrading to the historic character of the building." The other Georgetown shop is at 2617 P St., NW.