#ANC7C: Monthly Meeting – Guest @WarrentonGroup | September 11, 2014 @ 7PM @EOMONE1 @CMYMA @DeanwoodDCA

All,

Here is the Meeting Agenda for the ANC7C Monthly Meeting:

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 7C
4651 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. NE, Suite 2
Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-5100, FAX (202) 398-5440
office@anc7c.org

Monthly Meeting
Sargent Memorial Presbyterian Church
5109 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave NE
Thursday September 11, 2014
7-9:00 PM

Agenda

Greetings

7:00 PM Roll Call of ANC Commissioners

7:05 PM ANC Administrative business
* Approval of Past Minutes – June 12, 2014 Meeting
* Vote to reimburse Commissioner Stewart for Domain name renewal

7:10 PM – Community Concerns

7:20 PM – 305/307 55th Street NE Letter of Support Presentation/request from Darryl Clark

7:30 PM – 5201 Hayes Street NE project update – Warrenton Group

8:30 PM – Executive Office of the Mayor Report

8:35 PM – Updates Office of the Ward 7 Council Member

8:40 PM – Community Announcements

9:00 PM – Adjournment

*Next meeting October 9, 2014*

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DDOT: South Capitol Street Corridor Project Informational Update Meeting Scheduled Tonight!

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will hold an informational meeting on Tuesday night, July 30 to update the public about the design, phasing and schedule of the largest project in its history – the South Capitol Street Corridor Project – which includes replacing the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and transforming the city’s southernmost entrance into a grand urban boulevard.

To manage the $908 million cost and minimize construction impacts, DDOT divided the project into five segments to be constructed in two phases. In June 2013, the agency issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to contractors for design-build construction of Phase 1, which is estimated to cost a total of $600 million and includes:

  • Segment 1:  Replacing the Douglass Bridge and constructing traffic ovals on either end and
  • Segment 2:  Reconstructing the Suitland Parkway/Interstate-295 Interchange.

 

Phase 2, anticipated to cost an additional total of $300 million and be advanced in future years, includes:

  • Segment 3: Constructing a new Suitland Parkway/Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE Interchange,
  • Segment 4: Reconstructing South Capitol Street into a grand urban boulevard south of Independence Avenue SE/SW with a new at-grade intersection at M Street SE, and
  • Segment 5: Improving the New Jersey Avenue SE streetscape.

 

What:                   South Capitol Street Corridor Project Information Update Meeting

 

When:                  Tuesday, July 30, 2013

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 

Where:                Capitol Skyline Hotel

10 “I” Street, SW

 

Metro:                 Green Line (Navy Yard-Ballpark)

 

The South Capitol Street Corridor is one in a series of transportation, environmental, economic, community and recreation projects included in the District’s larger Anacostia Waterfront Initiative (AWI). From the Tidal Basin to the city’s northeast border with Maryland, the 30-year, $10 billion AWI is transforming the shores of the Anacostia River into a world-class waterfront. For more information about the project and to follow its progress, please visit www.anacostiawaterfront.org/SouthCapitolStreetCorridor.

 

To join the project’s community contact list or ask questions, please email ddot.awi@dc.gov or call 202-741-8528. To view the RFQ, please visit http://ddot.dc.gov/procurement. All technical questions or requests for clarification regarding the RFQ must be submitted to the attention of SCS Technical Questions at: DDOT-SCSTQ@DC.GOV.

Ward 7 Economic Development Summit

Ward 7 Economic Development Summit

Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the decision making process. Participate in the Ward 7 Economic Development Summit and take advantage of the opportunity to:

1. Learn about key projects that are being considered, developed, and planned in Ward 7

2. Give policy guidance to Mayor Gray and other city officials through table discussions, entering ideas on computers and voting with electronic keypads

3. Learn about ways to get involved and take action in the future

Space is limited! Register online at www.americaspeaks.org/ward7economicdevelopmentsummit/

Height Master Plan, Initial Phase – Final Public Meetings

This week NCPC and the District Office of Planning host the last two public meetings as part of the initial phase of the Height Master Plan for Washington, DC. At the meetings, you will hear about the core principles shaping the plan and case studies from peer cities. You can share your ideas about how the Height of Buildings Act affects federal and local interests. Each meeting follows the same format and agenda. #HeightDC
MEETING #4: Thursday, June 6, 2013 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Savoy Elementary School
2400 Shannon Place, SE
Metro: Green Line, Anacostia