31 May 2016

Local Politics:

ANC6C03 Updates

Refreshed Union Station

Photo by Mark Andre on flickr

by Scott Price, Commissioner ANC6C03, 202-577-6261 Scott.Price@anc.dc.gov

1. Dialysis center relocating: new owner of 300 8th St to build condos. The building containing the dialysis center at 300 8th St NE has been sold.  The dialysis center will move to Bladensburg Road where there is more space and better facilities to transport patients.  The new owner of the property plans to tear down the existing building and build a 4 story, residential condo with 42 units and 20 parking spaces.  The owner believes this is a “matter of right” development, meaning no zoning variances will be required.  The owner is preparing an application to the DC Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB), which will likely be reviewed by the ANC6C land-use committee (Planning, Zoning and Environment), and then the full Commission before being reviewed by HPRB.  The owner is interested to meet with community residents in the large meeting room of the NE Library from 7:00-8:30 pm on Tuesday May 31.  I created a separate distribution list for this project, so please send me email if you want more information.

2. More dates to drop-off hazardous materials.  DC’s Department of Public Works is adding 1-5pm on Thursday (weather permitting) before the 1st Saturday of each month for hazardous materials and e-cycling materials at the Fort Totten transfer station. On the first Saturdays, people can also bring up to 5 boxes of personal documents for shredding. For a list of all household hazardous waste accepted by DPW, please see http://dpw.dc.gov/node/466802and navigate to Acceptable/Prohibited Household Hazardous Waste Items. For e-cyclables, please see http://dpw.dc.gov/service/what-e-cycle to navigate to What to E-Cycle.

3. Capitol Hill Village Town Hall from 3-5pm on June 1 at St. Peter’s  Church (313 2nd St, SE).  More information is at http://www.capitolhillvillage.org/

4.  Applications for tuition assistance due June 30. Congress funds a financial aid grant program — DCTAG — that offers tuition support to eligible DC Residents. Some families may be eligible for the maximum amount of $10,000 a year.  More information is available at https://dconeapp.dc.gov/

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