Sunday, June 12, 2011

June Meeting cancelled

Dear Neighbors: Due to a scheduling conflict, I am unable to hold the smd meeting tomorrow for 5A06, scheduled for 6:30 PM at Turkey Thicket Recreation Center. I will get back to you concerning a possible July meeting. - John Feeley, 202 526 8754

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

5A06 June meeting

5A06 June Meeting

Monday, June 13, 2011, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM, at Turkey Thicket Recreation Center,
John Feeley, the commissioner for the single member district 5A06, will present an update on liquor license issues, zoning variance matters and crime issues.

The meeting will also offer opportunities for residents to voice specific concerns impacting the district.

There will be no meeting in July or August. Next meeting of the single member district will be on September 12, 2011.

(District 5A06 is bounded by the railroad tracks on the west, 14th Street on the east, the south side of Taylor Street on the north, and the north side of Otis Street on the south.)
For more information, call John Feeley at 202 526 8754 or e-mail him at johnjfeeleyjr@aol.com. Also log on to the district blogspot:
http://anc5asmd06.blogspot.com

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

may meeting

5A06 May Meeting

Monday, May 16, 2011, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM, at Turkey Thicket Recreation Center,
John Feeley, the commissioner for the single member district 5A06, will present an update on liquor license issues, zoning variance matters and crime issues.

A zoning variance is proposed for a construction project on the 1200 block of Randolph.
Mr. Topjian of Brookland Homes has presented his proposal and seeks a letter of support. He will be there to answer questions on this matter. A vote will be taken on a letter of support for this variance. All concerned citizens should attend.

The meeting will also offer opportunities for residents to voice specific concerns impacting the district.

(District 5A06 is bounded by the railroad tracks on the west, 14th Street on the east, the south side of Taylor Street on the north, and the north side of Otis Street on the south.)
For more information, call John Feeley at 202 526 8754 or e-mail him at johnjfeeleyjr@aol.com. Also log on to the district blogspot:
http://anc5asmd06.blogspot.com

Monday, April 4, 2011

April SMD meeting

5A06 April Meeting

On Monday, April 11, 2011, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM, at Turkey Thicket Recreation Center, John Feeley, the commissioner for the single member district 5A06, will present an update on liquor license issues, zoning variance matters and crime issues. A zoning variance is proposed for a construction project on the 1200 block of Randolph. Mr. Topjian will present his proposal and seeks a letter of support.

The meeting will also offer opportunities for residents to voice specific concerns impacting the district.

(District 5A06 is bounded by the railroad tracks on the west, 14th Street on the east, the south side of Taylor Street on the north, and the north side of Otis Street on the south.)
For more information, call John Feeley at 202 526 8754 or e-mail him at johnjfeeleyjr@aol.com. Also log on to the district blogspot:
http://anc5asmd06.blogspot.com

Saturday, March 12, 2011

March meeting

The March meeting for single member district 5A06 will be held on March 21, the third Monday, this month. We will meet at 6:30 at the Turkey Thicket recreation Center. The agenda will include neighborhood watch/ police reports, new developments on 10th Street and Casey Trees Turkey Thicket Project.

The set down for the Col. Brooks PUD is being held on the 14th, at 6:30 PM. All Zoning Board Meetings and Hearings are held on the Second Floor in Room 220 South at
One Judiciary Square
441 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC 2001

at the Zoning Board Hearing Chambers. While there is no opportunity to testify, I want to be there to show concern in this matter and solidarity with the residents of 5A07.

- John Feeley, 5A06

Monday, January 24, 2011

historic district info

A special meeting
on Historic Districts and historic preservation
is called for the constituents of

Single Member District 5A06,
is set for
Saturday, February 5
9:30 – 12:30 PM

St. Anthony’s Cafeteria,
3400 12th Street, NE

John Feeley, the commissioner for the single member district, has invited David Maloney, the District’s Historic Preservation Officer to describe the historic designation process for historic districts.

(District 5A06 is bounded by the railroad tracks on the west, 14th Street on the east, the south side of Taylor Street on the north, and the north side of Otis Street on the south.)


Call John Feeley at 202 526 8754 or e-mail him at johnjfeeleyjr@aol.com. Also log on to the district blogspot:
http://anc5asmd06.blogspot.com

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Emergency meeting

URGENT!!! URGENT!!! URGENT!!!

NOTICE TO 5A07 AND ENTIRE BROOKLAND COMMUNITY

WERE YOU AWARE????

1) A 6-9 story, 215-230 apartment building is being proposed for the block surrounding The Col. Brooks Tavern located in 5A07**?

2) The developing team wants to build approximately 215-230 apartment units with ground floor retail and approximately 120-135 below-grade parking spaces? (It is still unknown how many occupants per unit.)

3) The apartment building will be located along Monroe Street, NE between 9th and 10th Streets; down 9th Street NE to Lawrence Street and up back alley of 10th Street, NE to Monroe, Street, NE?

4) The development group seeking approval of this project is called the “901 Monroe Street, LLC.” The 901 Monroe Street members are Jim Steigman, owner of The Colonel Brooks Tavern/Island Jim’s; Bo Menkiti, CEO/The Menkiti Group and Horning Brothers. These three joined together and formed an entity to develop this project?

5) This group intends to file their development application with the DC Zoning Commission ten (10) days from November 5, 2010?

FULL COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IS NEEDED

Our 5A07 community and all Brookland residents must meet and immediately discuss this very important development. Our entire neighborhood will be impacted. We must discuss what this project will mean to our neighborhood, our property and our quality of life.

Consider impact on: traffic, parking, construction, height of building, number of residents, litter, pollution/environment, green space, congestion, retail, crime, night life, overall character of neighborhood, etc.

PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND THIS URGENT COMMUNITY MEETING. DO NOT LET YOUR VOICE GO UNHEARD IN THIS PROCESS BRING A NEIGHBOR AND PREPARE TO GET INVOLVED!

Meeting Date: Saturday, November 20, 2010
Time: 12:30PM until FINISHED
Location: Guildfield Baptist Church, 1023 Otis Street, NE – (Basement
entrance; please enter through parking lot)