Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C
Washington, DC 20018
Minutes for September 19, 2018
Meeting Called to Order – 7:14 pm
Moment of Silence – Commissioner Manning, Chair
Determination of Quorum and Introductions– Commissioner Brevard
Chairperson Jacque Manning – Present
Vice Chairperson/Treasurer –Unoccupied
Secretary Gail Brevard- Present
Parliamentarian Robert Looper III-Absent
Commissioners: Kevin Mullone – Present
LaMonica Jeffery– Present
Yolanda Odunsi- Present
Motion to Approve the Meeting Agenda-Motion was made by Commissioner Mullone to accept the meeting agenda. Motion passed collectively by the Commission.
Reading of Previous Month’s Minutes- The reading was waived and a motion was made by Commissioner Brevard to accept the report. Motion passed collectively by the Commission.
Reading of Treasury Report – Reading of the Treasury Report was waived due to the resignation of the Treasurer
Fifth District PSA Report: Lt. Franklin Porter presented crime statistics. There were no homicides in the past 30 days. Crime was down 30 % compared to 2017 stats.
ANC 5C Grant Application-Community Services Foundation. This organization provides job training to residents of Brookland Manor. Motion was made by Commissioner Mullone to approve the application for $3,000. Motion passed collectively by the Commission.
Blue Sky Development Request for a Variance (property line setback) at 3724 30th Place N.E. Blue Sky wants to sub-divide the Lot and place a second house on the property. Based on support from the community, except one, motion was made by Commissioner Brevard to support the request. Motion passed collectively by the Commission
Soul Kitchen presented plans to re-develop their property at 1803 Rhode Island Avenue, NE. The new structure will be all commercial (mostly eateries) and will compliment the Woodridge Library design. Motion was entered by Commissioner Odunsi to support the plans. Motion was passed collectively by the Commission
Board of Zoning (BZA) Case # 19696: Bogdan Builders presented their updated plans for re-development of 1001-1003 Rhode Island Avenue, NE (same side of the street as the Bank of America and the Metro). No vote was taken in the matter. It was determined that a Single Member District Meeting had to occur with the affected residents before the Commission could entertain a vote to support the project.
Meeting Adjourned 9:42 pm