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Tuesday, March 1st, DPW announced that the Residential Mechanical Street Sweeping Season to
resume. The parking enforcement of street sweeping violations will begin March 8th October 31st. The
fine for violating this restriction is $45. For more information on street sweeping, go to www.dpw.dc.gov.
Thursday, March 3rd, Notice of Public Hearing ZC Case #04-33G - Inclusionary Zoning

(Amendments to Chapter 26) Scheduled at 6:30PM at 441 4 St NW Suite 220, South.


Monday, March 7th, Stronghold Civic Association (SCA) meets at the Inspired Teaching Charter School
(200 Douglas St NE) from 7PM 9PM. SCA meets every 1st Monday of each month.
Thursday, March 10th, Notice of Public Hearing - Z.C. Case #13-14B - Parcel 4, Jair Lynch

Development Partners - Modifications to a Previously Approved Consolidated Planned Unit


(PUD) Development, Square 3128, Lot 800, of Parcel 4 Building for the Harry Teeters grocery
with an ANC5E vote of 6 in favor, 0 opposed and 2 abstained in support of the modifications to
accommodate the grocerys request. Scheduled for 6:30PM at 441 4 St NW Suite 220.
Thursday, March 10th, McMillan Advisory Group (MAG) will meet at the Inspired Teaching Charter
School (200 Douglas St NE) from 7PM 9PM. MAG meets every 2nd Thursday of each month.
Saturday, March 12th, Rock n Roll DC Marathon & Half Marathon: Road closures and times [7AM 1PM] are subject to change. The course and timelines are the same as last years. Ms. Thomas stated that
immediately affected neighbors will be notified by door knockers. If you have a need to contact Ms.
Tuesday, March 15, ANC5E Public Meeting new location is The Friendship Armstrong Public Charter
School from 7PM 9PM. Location: 1400 First Street NW (corner of 1st and P St NW). ANC5E Web
Site: www.anc5e.org twitter @anc5e.

ANC5E Resolution for G2 Bus Zone Restoration at the corner of 2nd and Bryant Street NW
on Agenda for a vote. Continue to negotiate with DDOT on Restoration of Bus Stop.
ABRA Case 091021 Capitol Markets Substantial Class Change on Agenda for a vote.

Monday, March 21th, Bloomingdale Civic Association (BCA) meets at St Georges Episcopal Church
(2nd and U Streets NW) from 7PM 9PM. BCA meets every 3rd Monday of the month but if a holiday
falls on the 3rd Monday, it meets on the 4th Monday. .
Monday, March 21th is ABRA Case 091021 new Petition Date; Hearing Date: April 4th. Ref Notice

of Public Hearing to Capitol Markets request for a Substantial Class Change from Retailer B
Grocery to Retailer A Liquor Store, 2501 North Capitol St NE. Note: Stronghold constituents are
protesting this request.
Thursday, March 24th, 5D CAC Meeting meets at 5th District, 1805 Bladensburg Road NE from 7PM
8:30PM. Agenda: Nominations and Election of 5D CAC Officers.
Thursday, March 24th, Public Hearing Glenwood Cemeterys Historic Landmark Application #15-24,
the Board will consider the listing of the property in the DC Inventory of Historic sites and its nomination
to the National Register of Historic Places - scheduled at 9am at 441 4 St NW Suite 220, South.

5E09@anc.dc.gov Commissioner Dianne Barnes (202-409-7155)

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Wednesday, April 20th, DDOTs Crosstown Study Public Workshop #2 from 6-8pm at the Chavez Prep
Middle School Gymnasium on 770 Kenyon Street NW.
As part of A FitDCs effort to encourage residents to stay fit, Mayor Bowser has directed DPR to waive
resident fees at the Fitness Centers starting on January 1. Previously, the fitness centers required a paid
membership for access, but for 2016, those resident fees will be waived. DPR Fitness Centers offer a
variety of exercise equipment, including elliptical, stationary bikes, treadmills, free weights, universal
weight machines and more! Visit DPRs website to find a fitness center near you.
On February 17th - Mayor Bowser Launches the Private Security Camera Program as Part of Safer,
Stronger DC Initiative - Contact: Jordan Bennett (EOM) 202-727-5011 Jordan.bennett@dc.gov or
Christopher Dyer (OVSJG) 202-727-6331 christoper.dyer@dc.gov
Mayor Bowser, along with the Director of the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants Michelle M
Garcia, officially launched the Private Security Camera Incentive Program. The program will provide
rebates for the purchase, installation, and registration of a security camera system on the exterior of a
building owned or leased by a resident, business, nonprofit, or religious institution.
Potential applicants can visit www.ovsjg.dc.gov or contact the Office of Victim Services and Justice
Grants at security.cameras@dc.gov or 202-727-5124 for more information.
The installation of private security cameras in the city is another step to deter crime and assist police
during investigations, said Mayor Bowser. This innovative rebate program helps equip residents, small
businesses, nonprofits and religious institutions with the tools they need to help prevent crime and
identify suspects.
Once the cameras are installed and registered with the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), officers
will be able to request the video footage from their owners while investigating criminal activity that may
have occurred in the vicinity of the camera. In addition, the cameras will help serve as a deterrent to
anyone considering a crime against a property like burglaries and package thefts. MPD will not have
live video access to the cameras.
Security cameras purchased and installed after September 22, 2015 are eligible for the program. For the
first several months, only addresses within priority MPD police service areas (PSAs) can submit rebate
applications. After August 1, addresses anywhere in the District can apply. There is at least one priority
PSA in each Ward and they were selected based on crime levels and public safety indicators. All of MPD
5th District PSAs are priority. The program has a budget of $500,000. Rebates will be issued so long as
funding is available. Visit http://geospatial.dcgis.dc.gov/PSAFinder to identify the PSA of a property
address.
Hands on Hearts CPR Training: Currently, FEMS is offering training every other Thursday from
6:30pm to 7pm of each month at the 5th District MPD Headquarters. The link to register for those
sessions can be found on http://fems.dc.gov/page/hands-heart-cpr-program. Walk-ins are welcomed as
well. If you are interested in setting up a session outside of that, please provide possible dates and time.
Sarah M. Roque, MPH, RN, Sup Public Health Analyst, DC Fire and EMS, 2000 14th St NW, 5th Floor,
20009, 202-673-3322 (Office); 202-409-9601 (Mobile); www.fems.dc.gov.

5E09@anc.dc.gov Commissioner Dianne Barnes (202-409-7155)

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AVOID A SANITATION TICKET:
Regular Trash Collection: Place trash and recycle containers out for collection no earlier than 6:30 PM
the night before - no later than 6 AM the morning of collection day. Residents are required to remove
trash and recycle containers from public space (the alley) by 8 PM on your collection day.
Bulk Trash Collection: Call 311 to set up an appointment before placing bulk trash out (7 items) for
collection. Place bulk trash out no earlier than 6:30PM the day before and no later than 6 AM on
collection day. Place them where the trash and recycle are collected.
Without appointment: Take bulk items to the Fort Totten Transfer Station, 4900 John F. McCormack
Drive NE.
Other City Services listed below may be reported by calling 311: The rep will provide a tracking # of
your request and the agency responsible for the task.

Abandoned Autos; Alley Cleaning; Illegal Dumping; Parking Enforcement; Potholes; Tree
Services; Street Light Repair

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5E09@anc.dc.gov Commissioner Dianne Barnes (202-409-7155)

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