Category Archives: Meetings
Here is a great opportunity for community members to voice their opinions on a major District development project on West Virginia Ave just north of Mt. Olivet Road. Here is the message from the District Office of Planning.
Commissioner Yvonne Buggs is holding another meeting with representatives from Pierce Investments in regard to their development project at 1124 – 1126 Florida Ave NE. The developers have made changes to previously presented plans for the large condo complex planned for the former Avilla auto repair shop. The meeting is Friday June 26th at 7pm at New Samaritan Baptist Church, 1100 Florida Ave NE.
Read related posts about this project noted below.
At the end of May TNA members took a guided pontoon boat ride on the Anacostia River. We learned some history of the river and the role it played in settlement of the area, including factors that have now led to its pollution. Both the Anacostia and the Potomac Rivers are vital to the health of our environment as well as providing recreational opportunities so close to our urban homes.
District Department of the Environment to Host Public Meetings on Reclaiming Our Rivers
DDOE has several projects and programs dedicated to improving water quality in the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. Come to one of our public meetings and find out what actions we are taking to reclaim our rivers and how you can be a part of it.
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D Monthly Meeting Tuesday June 9th 7-8:30 pm Fifth District; 1805 Bladensburg Rd
- Greetings………Commissioner Kathy Henderson
- Roll Call……….Commissioner Yvonne Buggs
- Public Safety Report………Commander Dierdre Porter, Commander William Fitzgerald
- Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs…….Tommie Jones, Malik Williams
- Sandra Mattavous Frye……….Peoples Counsel, Office of People’s Counsel
- Pearson Developers: 1124-1126 Florida Ave…..Eric M. Daniel, Associate Attorney/Team
- Ward 5 Councilmember…….Laisha Dougherty
- Administrative Matters
- Treasurer’s Report………Commissioner Keisha Shropshire
- Approval of Minutes……….Commissioner Yvonne Buggs
- Citizen’s Concerns
- Announcements……..Legislation, Zoning Rewrite Update
PetaGay Lewis, 5D01
Keisha Shropshire, 5D02……………..Treasurer
Adam Roberts, 5D03
Bernice Blacknell, 5D0………….Parliamentarian
Kathy Henderson, 5D05…………Chairperson
Yvonne Buggs, 5D06…………..Secretary
Clarence Lee, 5D07…………….Vice Chairperson
Listen to audio recordings of past ANC 5D meetings at Ward 5 Audio Archive The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods, including traffic, parking, recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, economic development, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, and the District’s annual budget. Learn more at anc.dc.gov.
The Office of the Attorney General is hosting a forum to educate homeowners and homebuyers on scams and pitfalls on Thursday June 11th from 6:30 -8:30pm at the Shaw/Watha T. Daniel Neighborhood Library, 1630 7th Street NW, adjacent to the Shaw/Howard University Metro Station (R Street Exit).
Attorney General Karl A. Racine, other Office of the Attorney General (OAG) staff, and representatives from the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will educate homeowners and those looking to purchase a home about potential consumer pitfalls associated with homeownership – including construction violations, fraudulent contractors and house-flippers, foreclosure scams, mortgage regulations and other issues. The experts will also answer consumers’ questions.
Earlier this month, OAG filed suit against a Virginia couple who, the suit alleges, have violated District law by selling improperly and unlawfully renovated homes. As part of OAG’s consumer-education efforts, the agency is partnering with other District and federal government agencies to reach out to homeowners and potential homeowners to educate them on how to protect themselves and their investments against such bad actors. For more on OAG’s house-flipper lawsuit and tips for those purchasing and renovating homes, see: http://oag.dc.gov/release/attorney-general-sues-house-flippers-serial-shoddy-and-unlawful-work-shares-tips-home-buyers.
ASL/English interpreting is available at Trinidad Nieghborhood Association monthly community meetings as well as many TNA hosted events. Thank you to Access Interpreting, Inc for providing this service for the community.
If you utilize the service and don’t see it posted on a meeting or event notice, please contact TNA to learn if an interpreter is available. We do our best to provide access to all residents and are thankful for the generosity of Access.
The DC Office of Planning has invited the Trinidad Community to learn more about the future of the fleet management facility located at 1825 West Virginia Ave NE. The meeting is on Thursday June 4th at 6:30pm at the Trinity Baptist Church, 1814 Central Ave NE, in Ivy City.
Advisory Neighborhood Commission
Single Member District 5D02
Community Meeting with Commissioner Keisha L Shropshire
Saturday, May 23, 2015, 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Trinidad Recreation Center
1310 Childress Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
- Welcome & Introductions
- PSA506 Public Safety Update & Community Concerns – DC Metropolitan Police Department
- Kovak’s Liquor License Renewal
Community constituents will share their perspectives regarding Kovak’s Liquor, current community challenges, and discuss strategies for improving the community. Please come prepared to share your ideas and recommendations.
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