Thursday, February 4, 2016.
Metropolitan Police Department, 4th District Station, 6001 Georgia Ave., NW
Call To Order
Consideration of the Agenda
Election of Officers
Election of Walter Reed Citizens Advisory Committee Representative
This is the time for questions or statements about the issues on the agenda or other issues of concern. Please limit your statement or question to three minutes.
Vote: Resolution 4B-16-0101 Approving ANC 4B 2016 Meeting Dates
Vote: Resolution 4B-16-0102 Authorizing Participation In 2016 ANC Security Fund
Design Review Committee Report and Recommendation – Engine 22 Design
Design Review Committee Report and Recommendations -- Takoma Theatre
Vote: Resolution 4B-16-0103 - Recommendations to City Council regarding Vision Zero: Revisions in Traffic Laws and Increased Traffic Fines
Vote: Resolution 4B-16-0104 Recommendations to BZA re application for special exception to allow fast food establishments– Ft Totten Square
Vote: Resolution 4B-16-0105 -- ABRA 101229, Taco-Ma, 353 Cedar St NW – Application for Retailers Class C liquor license
Minutes – November 23, 2015 regular meeting, December 10, 2015 special meeting
For More Information, Including Documents, Community Links and Office Hours,
Go To ANC4B.info
ANC 4B OFFICE – 6856 Eastern Avenue N.W. #314
Monday-Friday 9 AM-12 noon
Jim Irwin, Office Manager
202-291-6282 – email@example.com
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Contact your Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner:
ANC 4B01 Andre Carley (882-2352, firstname.lastname@example.org) ANC 4B02 Frank Jones III (369-5644, email@example.com): ANC 4B03 Scot Knickerbocker (202-854-9191, 4B03@anc.dc.gov); ANC 4B04 Brenda Parks (291-2557, firstname.lastname@example.org); ANC 4B05 Brenda Speaks (506-5632); ANC 4B06 Ron Austin (369-0331, email@example.com); ANC 4B07 Judi Jones (291-6282, firstname.lastname@example.org): ANC 4B08 (Barbara Rogers 904-1027 email@example.com); ANC 4B09 Douglass Sloan (291-6282, 4B09@anc.dc.gov)
The Meeting Agenda will be made public one week prior to the meeting.
All cell phones & pagers must be switched to "silent" during the meeting.
Only elected Commissioners are permitted to sit at the Commissioners’ meeting table. Members of the public may not approach the Commissioners’ meeting table or engage Commissioners while sitting at the table in individual conversations while the meeting is in session.
Commissioners and the public attending the meeting are obliged and expected to maintain order, and to speak and behave in a civil and respectful manner. The Chair will recognize and call on constituents and Commissioners who raise their hands to speak. The Chair will use her discretion to maintain order and enforce the meeting rules.
Constituents will be called on in random order, to allow as many to speak at least once as time permits. Due to time constraints, a second opportunity to speak may not be available.
Questions and comments regarding agenda items must be relevant to the subject under discussion. Comments or questions not relevant to the agenda item under consideration shall be ruled out of order by the Chair.
The public attending may ask one question and one follow-up question during the Q&A period.
During the time allotted for Community Concerns, the public attending may address any issue of concern of which the Commission should be aware. Any member of the public making a comment or expressing a concern shall be limited to three minutes. Disorderly persons who do not cooperate with the rulings of the Chair shall be asked to leave the meeting. The Chair, or her/his designee, may call for police assistance to maintain and enforce order.
We will set time limits for each speaker and each agenda item.
Following presentations, Commissioners will ask questions, followed by questions from the public attending.
The Sergeant at Arms will monitor time limits and push the agenda.
Get more information, including community and government links, at www.anc4b.org