The speed limit on Nebraska Avenue and a proposal to rename a street for an imprisoned Chinese dissident are on the agenda at ANC 3F’s September meeting. This particular section of street runs by the Chinese embassy, naturally.
The ANC will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 16th, at Forest Hills of DC (4901 Connecticut). The address should sound familiar even if the name doesn’t. The Methodist Home changed its name over the summer.
The meeting will be livestreamed and saved for playback at livestream.anc3f.us.
Commissioner Announcements (5 minutes)
Police Report (10 minutes) (MPD Invited)
Announcements/Open Forum – Opportunity for members of the community to raise issues of concern or importance to the 3F neighborhood.
Commissioner Updates (5 minutes)
Presentation by Office of People’s Counsel on utilities in DC.
Resolution calling for DDOT to examine speed limits on Nebraska Avenue for possible reductions.
Resolution supporting new stop sign configuration at the corner of Fessenden St. NW and 36th St NW.
Motion to modify the due date for the Van Ness Vision committee report to the December 2014 meeting of ANC 3F.
Resolution regarding a >proposal to change the address of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to No. 1 Liu Xiaobo Plaza.
Miscellaneous (10 minutes)
– Approval of Minutes from August 2014 Meeting
– Approval of FY 2015 Budget
– Financial Update