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Update from Amber Gove, ANC6A04
Hope you are staying warm. As we wind down 2018, here are a few ways to stay engaged with our community. As always, please share with neighbors and let me know if you want to be added/dropped from my list.
Interested in getting more involved? Our committees are looking for more members (and attendees!). Committees dive deep into their respective issues of interest and make recommendations to the full ANC for review and voting. Check out what goes on at the committee level at one of the upcoming meetings. Agendas are posted on the website a week in advance of the meeting. More details here: http://anc6a.org/committees/
Transportation and Public Space. 3rd Mondays, 7 PM @ Capitol Hill Towers. This month’s meeting on Dec 17th will include a deep dive into DDOT’s process for requesting traffic calming with our Ward 6 liaison, Naomi Klein.
Alcohol Beverage Licensing: 3rd Tuesdays, 7 PM @ Capitol Hill Towers. Reviews new and renewed applications including settlement agreements. No business on the agenda yet for this month, but a chance to talk to current chairs about the business of the committee and how you can contribute.
Economic Development and Zoning: 3rd Wednesdays, 7 PM @ Sherwood Rec Center. Reviews and makes recommendations regarding new construction and renovations.
Community Outreach Committee: 4th Mondays, 7 PM @ Eastern High School. Reviews grant proposals and serves as a forum for engagement with the community.
Looking for other ways to get involved? You can adopt your block, join our monthly community litter clean-up, or become a snow volunteer and sign up to shovel the sidewalk for seniors and those with mobility issues.