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Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C

Arboretum, Brentwood, Fort Lincoln, Gateway, and Woodridge
5C01 - Antonette Russell, Vice Chair 5C02 - Karla Butler 5C03 - Bob King 5C04 - Jacqueline Manning, Chair 5C05 - Regina James 5C06 – Mercile Banks 5C07 - Nolan Treadway, Treasurer/Secretary

September 18, 2013 Fifth District Station 1805 Bladensburg Road NE Washington, DC 20002 I. Call to Order and Quorum – The meeting was called to order at 7:05pm by Chair Manning. Commissioners present: Antonette Russell, Karla Butler, Nolan Treadway, Jacqueline Manning and Mercile Banks, constituting a quorum. Approval of Agenda a. Chair Manning presented the agenda to the Commission for approval. Motion was made by Commissioner Treadway and seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously. Approval of Minutes a. Chair Manning presented the June minutes to the Commission for approval. Motion was made by Commissioner Russell and seconded by Commissioner Butler. Motion carried unanimously. b. Commissioner Treadway presented an addendum to the January meeting minutes and Commissioner Treadway presented ‘notes in lieu of minutes’ for the February 2013 ANC 5C meeting. Motion was made to accept both the January meeting minutes addendum and the February meeting notes by Commissioner Treadway, seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously. Finance Report a. Commissioner Treadway presented the Finance Report to the Commission for approval. Motion was made by Commissioner Treadway and seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously.

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V. Arboretum, Brentwood, Fort Lincoln, Gateway, and Woodridge P.O. Box Rental Expense a. An expense of $150 for the ANC 5C P.O. Box was submitted for approval. Motion was made by Commissioner Manning and seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously. Treasurer’s Report a. Commissioner Treadway presented the Treasurer’s report. ANC 5C has spent $154.00 since the previous meeting. The current balance in the account is $25,778.79 in checking and $2.03 in savings. Motion to accept the Treasurer’s report was made by Commissioner Russell and seconded by Chair Manning. Motion carried unanimously. VII. Quarterly Report a. Commissioner Treadway presented the Quarterly report for the month of April, May and June. Motion to accept the Quarterly reports was made by Commissioner Treadway and seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously. Police Report a. Ofc. Collins and Ofc. Drozdz, PSA 505, presented the police report to the Commission. Ofc. Collins stated that crime is down in the 5th District. Chair Manning inquired about an incident at Parkway Plaza Apartments. MPD will follow up with Captain Wright. Ofc Collins stated that noise ordinance in DC starts at 10pm. Announcements a. Chair Manning introduced to the Commission the newly elected ANC for 5C06, Commissioner Mercile Banks. Commissioner Banks replaced former Commissioner Marjorie Thomas-Barnes. Presentations a. Jon Mandel, Community and Business Affairs, Office of Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie – Mr. Mandel briefed the community on several upcoming meeting from the councilmember’s office. The Industrial Land Task Force will host an Open House on 30 Sept at Trinity University. The Council held its first legislative meeting, since summer, on 17 Sept. Update on Walmart project – Councilmember will continue to follow up. Mr. Mandel answered questions on concerns with Atlantic Motors parking vehicles on public space for extended periods. He also announced that Councilmember McDuffie will hold a community walkthrough in the Bates community in Oct.

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Arboretum, Brentwood, Fort Lincoln, Gateway, and Woodridge b. Toni Thompson, Chief, Department of Parks and Recreation – Ms. Thompson stated that she oversees the day to day operations and oversight of all recreations throughout the district. She announced that the new director for OSSE will start 1 Oct. Ms. Thompson also introduced directors for Langdon Park, Brentwood and Arboretum Recreation Centers: Donnell Bush, Avalon George and Gene Mason. They presented to the Commission the various adult and after school programs offered to community residents. c. Lindsey Snow, Realtor Manager, Kipp DC – Ms. Snow briefed the Commission about KIPP DC being a network of high-performing, public, college-preparatory charter schools in Washington, D.C. She announced that Kipp has 4 sites, serving over 3,600 students, and 1 site is located in Ward 5. Currently, Kipp DC has a partnership with Trinidad to rent green and yard space. One of Kipp DC College Prep schools is relocating its high school from Ward 8, due to expansion and renovation. Ms. Snow informed the Commission that the waitlist for the Webb campus is short. The application period for Pre-K to 5th grade begins in Jan and the lottery begins in Mar. XI. New Business a. Nomination of Commissioner Treadway for the vacant position for Secretary was presented to the Commission. Motion was made by Chair Manning and seconded by Commissioner Russell. Motion carried unanimously. Adjournment a. There was no further business before the Commission and Commissioner Russell adjourned the meeting at 8:27pm.

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