The Alcoholic Beverages Committee shall review and recommend action to the Commission on all issues affecting liquor, restaurant, retail and entertainment licenses. Among other things, applications for new liquor licenses, renewal of liquor licenses or substantial changes to liquor licenses, and proposed settlement agreements shall be submitted to the committee for review, and the committee shall recommend action on each such matter to the full Commission.
The Design Review Committee shall review all applications and proposals relating to development, design, historic preservation, and zoning. Applications to D.C. Government agencies, including the Zoning Commission, the Board of Zoning Adjustment, the Historic Preservation Review Board and the Public Space Committee of the District Department of Transportation shall be submitted to and reviewed by the Committee, which shall make recommendations to the full Commission on all such matters.
The Education Committee shall make recommendations to the full Commission on all issues related to schools, and libraries.
The Public Safety Committee shall review and recommend action to the Commission on all issues affecting public safety and law enforcement in ANC 4B, and shall consult regularly with representatives of the Metropolitan Police Department and the Fire/EMS Department regarding public safety issues. The Committee shall recommend actions to the Commission as appropriate.
The Committee shall make recommendations to the Commission on all matters related to public transportation, roads, water and public utility regulation, and other public works projects
The Recreation Committee shall make recommendations to the full Commission on all issues related to public parks and recreation.
The Senior Citizens' Affairs and Welfare Committee shall make recommendations to the Commission on all matters and issues relating to services, programs and legislation affecting the welfare and quality of life of senior citizens residing in the District of Columbia and within the Commission's borders. For the purposes of this Committee, the term "senior citizen" shall be defined as anyone age 55 or older.