Agenda (draft) for October 22, 2018 meeting

Link to pdf of agenda:

Agenda-10-22-18 draft 10-19-18

 

Agenda

ANC 3/4G Public Meeting

October 22, 2018

Chevy Chase Community Center, 7:00-9:00 pm

5601 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20015

 

7:00                  Adoption of Agenda

 

7:05                  Commissioner Announcements

 

7:15                  Community Announcements

 

7:20                  Presentation by Wayne Wilson on the DDOT Oregon Avenue Reconstruction Project (Commissioners Clayman and Tuck-Garfield)

 

7:40                  Presentations and possible vote on grant applications from Friends of Chevy Chase Circle, Northwest Neighbors Village, Wilson High School Crew Booster Group, and Ch/Art (Commissioner Speck)

 

8:05                  Presentation by Julie Pike on DDOT’s planned Oregon Avenue Watershed Green Streets Project (Commissioners Clayman and Tuck-Garfield)

 

8:30                  Presentation by Celeste Duffie on the Department of Public Works’ plans for leaf collection (Commissioner Speck)

 

8:45                  Discussion and possible vote on whether to request that DDOT conduct a study on the impact of eliminating reversible lanes on Connecticut Avenue, including the impact on surrounding streets and the timing of the lights at Nebraska Avenue and Military Road (Commissioner Fromboluti)

 

8:55                  Commission Business:

 

  1. Minutes: September 24, 2018
  2. Checks:
  3. Discussion and possible vote on FY 2019 ANC Budget
  4. Discussion and possible vote on ANC’s fourth quarter report for FY 2018
  5. Items for November 26, 2018 meeting may include: discussion on pedestrian safety at the Connecticut Avenue/Northampton Street intersection and the effectiveness of the HAWK Light; discussion of concerns about 5333 Connecticut Avenue, including residents’ unauthorized use of the alley behind the building for access to Chevy Chase Parkway, residents’ illegal left turns from and into the alley behind the building, the improper issuance of residential parking permits to residents, and the status the street trees adjacent to the circular driveway; discussion with DDOT Director Jeffrey Marootian of steps to address increased neighborhood traffic caused by Broad Branch and Oregon Avenue closures;

If you aren’t able to attend the ANC’s public meeting, you may submit your written comments via ANC 3/4G’s website (http://www.anc3g.org/contact-us/). Video of the ANC’s meetings are available on YouTube channel ANC3G.

Note:  Police representatives of PSA 201 may attend and are invited to speak.