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Archive - May 2015


May 30th

EMCAC Report – May 2015

Marketing and Promotions 

The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee will hold its next meeting on May 27 at 7 p.m. in the Market's North Hall. For more information, visit

ANC 6E Report – May 2015

BicycleSPACE Coming To Mt. Vernon Triangle

ANC 6E will meet again at 6:30 p.m. on June 2 at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library located at 1630 Seventh St. NW. Visit to view the ANC 6E newsletter. Follow on Twitter, @ANC6E and on Facebook by searching ANC6E 

ANC 6D Report - May 2015

Welcome to Night Market

ANC 6C Report - May 2015

Union Kitchen Grocery

The next ANC 6C meeting will be on June 10, 2015 at 7:00 pm at the Heritage Foundation, which is located at 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE Washington, DC.

ANC 6B Report - May 2015

Owners of Rose’s Luxury to open a second restaurant on Barrack’s Row

ANC 6B reached a settlement agreement with Aaron Silverman, the owner of Rose’s Luxury (717 8th Street SE), that defines terms for his opening of Elaine’s, a 65-seat fine dining restaurant with a sidewalk cafe at 715 8th Street. 

ANC 6A Report - May 2015

Follow-Up from Mayor Bowser's Office 

Frank Maduro and Seth Shapiro, the Ward 6 Representatives from the Mayor's Office of Community Relations and Service, returned to the Commission to follow up on Mayor Muriel Bowser's visit in April. 

The next ANC 6A meeting is on June 11, 2015 at 7:00 pm at Miner Elementary School, 601 15th Street, NE Washington, DC. 

Crossing Maryland Avenue

Pedestrian Safety Project will not start anytime soon

“I'm a neighbor of yours. I live on 12th and D,” said District Department of Transportation (DDOT) Director Leif Dormsjo to a group of residents at Northeast Library on May 12. “I've crossed Maryland Avenue virtually every morning that I go on a run, which is virtually every morning.” Hosted by Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen, Dormsjo and his staff gave an update on a pedestrian safety project many residents believe is long overdue.

C Street NE Traffic Mitigation Moves Closer

Balancing rights of residents and commuters

On April 30, representatives from the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) presented the results from the C Street Multimodal Corridor Study. Since February, the agency collected data from the corridor between 16th and 21st Streets and surrounding streets and build on results of two past studies to understand how C Street is used and how it can be improved in the future. This was the first of two meetings in which residents and stakeholders meet DDOT representatives and Kittelson and Associates, Inc.

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