Chevy Chase Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G

Chevy Chase Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G Advisory Neighborhood Commissions consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods, including traffic, parking, recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, economic development, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, and the District's annual budget.
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The ANCs present their positions and recommendations on issues to various District government agencies, the Executive Branch, and the Council. They also present testimony to independent agencies, boards, and commissions, usually under the rules of procedure specific to those entities. By law, the ANCs may also present their positions to Federal agencies. *Unlike other ANCs, the Chevy Chase ANC is located in 2 different wards, half in Ward 3 and since 2002, half in Ward 4. To convey our cross-ward identity, we often refer to the Commission as ANC 3/4 G although technically the ANC's name is "ANC 3G.")

Mission: The intent of the ANC is to ensure input from an advisory board that is made up of the residents of the neighborhoods that are directly affected by government action. As a neighbor, there are several opportunities to participate at an ANC meeting: 1) You can request an item to be added to the ANC agenda ahead of time by contacting our office manager at [email protected] or calling 202-363-5803. 2) You can make an announcement during community announcements. 3) You can provide testimony on a particular agenda item(s) when recognized by the Chair during the community comment period.

Operating as usual

01/26/2021
anc3g.org

**TONIGHT ANC 3/4G Public Meeting**

ANC 3/4G Public Meeting
January 25, 2021
Zoom Meeting, 7:00-9:00 pm
Join Video Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81049099901
Dial-in number (301) 715-8592
Webinar ID: 810 4909 9901

Here's the agenda ...https://anc3g.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ANC-Agenda-1-25-21-draft-1-17-21-1.pdf

01/21/2021

**Seniors Aged 65 and older --> Additional Vaccine Appointments Available**

From DC Health ... additional vaccine appointments available starting at 9 am TOMORROW/THURSDAY and again at 9 am FRIDAY ...

Beginning at 9 am on Thursday, January 21, 2,235 additional vaccination appointments will be made available for District residents who are 65 years of age and older and/or health care workers and who live in priority zip codes.

The priority zip codes cover most of Wards 1, 4, 5, 7, and 8 and include: 20001, 20002, 20009, 20010, 20011, 20012, 20015, 20017, 20018, 20019, 20020, 20030, 20032, 20039, 20040, 20056, 20059, 20060, 20064, 20223, 20242, 20260, 20306, 20317, 20340, 20373, 20375, 20422, 20441, 20509, 20542, and 20593

Priority zip codes include areas of the city where residents are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, including number of cases and mortality rate.

Demand for the vaccine is high, and we anticipate the appointments to fill quickly. If you have internet access, you should register for an appointment through vaccinate.dc.gov. If you do not have internet access, call the District’s hotline at 855-363-0333 beginning at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow to register for an appointment.

On Friday, January 22, at 9:00 a.m., 740 additional appointments will become available to any DC resident who is 65 and older or any individual who works in a health care setting in DC.

If you previously attempted to get an appointment and you did not receive a notification with a confirmation code, date and location, you must re-register. We appreciate your patience as we work together to get Washingtonians across all eight wards vaccinated.

Currently demand for the vaccine in DC is much higher than the supply we are receiving from federal government. Mayor Bowser and DC Health continue to advocate for the federal government to send more vaccine so that we can meet the high demand for it and protect the lives of our residents and our workforce.

If you are not 65 and older and/or do not work in a health care setting in DC, please sign up for alerts via email or text for future announcements (https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/DCWASH/subscriber/new?topic_id=DCWASH_2000)

01/18/2021

**Vaccine Alert -- Additional 1,436 appointments for vaccines available to residents 65 years and older in all wards**

Tomorrow, Monday, January 18, starting at 9:00 a.m., an additional 1,436 appointments will become available to any DC resident who is 65 and older or any individual who works in a health care setting in DC.

--> Call 855-363-0333 or log on to "https://coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccinatedc" to make an appointment to get vaccinated.

--> Here's the site to go to for up-to-date announcements on the vaccine: https://coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccine

01/15/2021
ABC News Live

**Mayor Bowser's Situational Update on Inauguration Preparations w/Other Gov't Officials**

Watch the hourlong video recording of Mayor Bowser's situational report that was held today at noon. There was a Q&A with press starting around minute 23.

Remember to text "INAUG2021" to "888-777" to sign up for necessary alerts.

https://www.facebook.com/ABCNewsLive/videos/410454220277013

WATCH LIVE: D.C. Mayor Bowser holds news conference on inauguration preparations. https://abcn.ws/3oF4kFa

**ANC 3/4G Special Meeting  January 14th on Smart Street Lighting Project**Join Video Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us...
01/14/2021
Project Profile: D.C. Smart Street Lighting | ddot

**ANC 3/4G Special Meeting January 14th on Smart Street Lighting Project**



Join Video Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88986194156
Dial-in number (301) 715-8592
Webinar ID: 889 8619 4156

ANC 3/4G will hold a special meeting on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 7:00 pm to discuss the District Department of Transportation’s draft Request for Proposals for delivery of its “Smart Street Lighting Project.”

The Commission has long been involved in street lighting issues. See, e.g., the June 26, 2017 resolution recommending installation of 2700 Kelvin LED streetlights (https://bit.ly/395re1O) and the February 10, 2020 resolution requesting that the Office of Planning expressly address light pollution in the Comprehensive Plan Amendments (https://bit.ly/3s3J7qn).

Information about the RFP is available at https://ddot.dc.gov/streetlightp3 , and DDOT is holding a virtual public meeting on the project on January 12, 2021, at 5:30 pm You may attend that meeting at this link: https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php....

Comments on the proposed RFP must be submitted by January 15, 2021. The Commission will consider and may vote on comments at its special meeting.

The agenda and the links to the ANC’s meeting are reproduced below. Everyone interested in the LED street lighting project is urged to attend.

Randy Speck
Chair, ANC 3/4G

Agenda
ANC 3/4G Special Public Meeting
January 14, 2021
Zoom Meeting, 7:00-8:00 pm

Join Video Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88986194156
Dial-in number (301) 715-8592
Webinar ID: 889 8619 4156

7:00 Introductions, announcement of meeting procedures (described below), and adoption of agenda

7:05 Discussion and possible vote on a resolution advising the District Department of Transportation on its proposed Request for Proposals for “Delivery of Smart Street Lighting Project” (available at https://ddot.dc.gov/streetlightp3) (Commissioner Speck)
If you are not able to attend the ANC’s public meeting, you may submit your written comments to [email protected]. Videos of the ANC’s meetings are available on YouTube channel ANC3G.

Virtual Meeting Procedures: The ANC’s meetings are run with a few norms in mind, and we expect everyone to abide by these norms. They promote a civil and respectful discourse.

Residents are encouraged to send any questions or comments to the Chair at [email protected] in advance of the meeting so that they can be addressed during the meeting.

Except when they are recognized to speak, all attendees to the virtual meeting should mute their devices to avoid disruptions from background noises.

Meetings will follow the agenda and the times listed there, with any modifications determined by the Chair.

After a presenter completes his or her statement,
Commissioners ask questions, and then residents have an opportunity to ask their questions or make comments.

During meetings, residents should use the chat function to ask questions or to request to make a comment; they will then be recognized by the Chair.

Speakers must limit any statements or questions to the time allotted. The Commission also accepts emailed and written comments or questions.

Every resident will have an opportunity to be heard once on an issue before any resident is heard twice.

We understand that sometimes issues may provoke strong emotions and that these expectations may be forgotten. Part of the Chair’s job is to remind you of these norms during the meeting.

The District has more than 75,000 lights installed on our streets, alleys and other public spaces. The lights use a variety of inefficient bulb technologies, including incandescent and high-pressure sodium. The District is seeking a private partner to retrofit the lights with more energy-efficient l...

01/14/2021
Metro announces Inauguration service plans, station closures | WMATA

**Metro Announces Inauguration Service Plans, Station Closures**

Yesterday, Metro "announced service adjustments for Metrorail and Metrobus to accommodate the expanded security perimeter that will be in effect for Inauguration beginning Friday, January 15 through Thursday, January 21.

"Metro will close 13 stations inside the security perimeter, with 11 stations closing on Friday and two additional stations on Saturday and continuing through the end of service on Thursday. During this time trains will pass through the closed stations without stopping.

"Beginning on Friday and continuing for six days, trains will operate Saturday service frequencies (every 12 minutes on the Red Line/15 minutes on all other lines), bypassing all closed stations while residents are urged by local officials to stay out of the downtown area."

Learn more here about bus routes, which stations will be closed, and operating hours at this link: https://www.wmata.com/about/news/2021-Inauguration-Service-Adjustments.cfm

Metro today announced service adjustments for Metrorail and Metrobus to accommodate the expanded security perimeter that will be in effect for Inauguration beginning Friday, January 15 through Thursday, January 21.

01/13/2021
Mayor Bowser

**Parents with Kids in DCPS!**

In case you missed today's Mayor's TeleTown Hall on DCPS Term 3 Reopening Plan Updates with Chancellor Ferebee and other DCPS officials, watch the FB Live recording below!

February 1st begins Term 3.

Next TeleTown Hall will be 5 pm on Wed., January 27, 2021.

https://fb.watch/2-dguEX42A/

LIVE: Community Leader Teletown Hall

**Get important updates on the 59th Presidential Inauguration from DC Government** Text INAUG2021 to 888-777 for updates...
01/13/2021
Street Closures | inauguration

**Get important updates on the 59th Presidential Inauguration from DC Government**

Text INAUG2021 to 888-777 for updates on public safety, street closures, weather alerts, and more.

All Street Closures will be posted at: https://inauguration.dc.gov/closures

For the latest traffic and street closures, visit:

Chevy Chase Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G's cover photo
01/11/2021

Chevy Chase Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G's cover photo

01/11/2021
anc3g.org

**ANC 3/4G THIS Monday, January 11th First Public Meeting of 2021. Meet the new Commissioners and hear about DCPS' proposal to relocate Lafayette Pre-K**

^^COMMENTS SECTION HAS SURVEY RESULTS, RESOLUTION ADOPTED, AND VIDEO RECORDING^^

ANC 3/4G’s January 11, 2021 meeting will be devoted almost entirely to consideration of the DC Public School’s proposal to relocate Lafayette Elementary School’s Pre-K4 to 1375 Missouri, near Brightwood Elementary School. (see agenda below.) DCPS held community meetings on this relocation proposal on December 2nd and 9th, and the ANC heard from DCPS at its December 14th meeting.

The ANC’s upcoming meeting will be divided into three sections:

(1) reporting on the results of the ANC’s survey of future Pre-K students’ parents (survey deadline is December 9th ... https://www.questionpro.com/a/TakeSurvey?tt=Ulr7AxoNFn4%3D), hearing how the Brightwood community views this proposal, and summarizing DCPS’s responses to the ANC’s questions (which are available at https://bit.ly/3914cZR);

(2) statements by Lafayette parents about the proposed relocation followed by very brief comments from DCPS; and

(3) the Commission’s discussion and possible vote on a resolution advising DCPS about the proposal.

We encourage affected parents — those with children who will start Pre-K4 within the next three years — to attend this meeting and to provide the ANC with their views. To ensure that we hear from as many people as possible, we ask three favors:

1. To speak at the meeting, email Lisa Gore at [email protected]. There will be a chance for those who don’t sign up in advance to speak, but only after those who do.

2. Limit your remarks to three minutes.

3. Curb the impulse to ask commissioners questions to maximize your speaking time and minimize ours.

Here is the full agenda and the Zoom link to the meeting.

Randy Speck
Chair, ANC 3/4G

Agenda
ANC 3/4G Public Meeting
January 11, 2021
Zoom Meeting, 7:00-9:00 pm

Join Video Meeting at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84020338278

Dial-in number (301) 715-8592
Webinar ID: 840 2033 8278

7:00 Introductions and announcement of meeting procedures (described below)

7:10 Adoption of Agenda

7:15 Commissioner Announcements

7:20 Community Announcements

7:25 Election of new officers; adoption of amended by-laws; adoption of 2021 meeting schedule; adoption of resolution approving the ANC’s participation in the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund and authorizing the Treasurer to pay the $25 fee for the period January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021; adoption of resolution on how Commissioners’ will allocate responsibility for constituent concerns within a Single Member District (Commissioner Speck)

7:30 Discussion and possible vote on proposal to relocate Lafayette Elementary School Pre-K4 to 1375 Missouri Avenue, NW (Commissioner Speck)

8:50 Discussion of the Commission’s next steps on the reports and recommendations from the Task Force on Racism (Commissioners Gore and Chang)

8:55 Commission Business:
1. Minutes: December 14, 2020
2. Approval of FY 2021 Budget
3. Checks
4. Possible items for January 25, 2021 meeting: discussion and possible vote on public space permit application (Tracking # 365069) at 3600 Rittenhouse Street, NW for a driveway, paving, leadwalk with steps, retaining wall and landscaping; presentation and discussion of surveillance transparency and accountability; discussion with DDOT representatives about the ongoing Oregon Avenue reconstruction project and other possible concerns; discussion and possible vote on the reports and recommendations from the Task Force on Racism

If you are not able to attend the ANC’s public meeting, you may submit your written comments to [email protected]. Videos of the ANC’s meetings are available on YouTube channel ANC3G.

Virtual Meeting Procedures: The ANC’s meetings are run with a few norms in mind, and we expect everyone to abide by these norms. They promote a civil and respectful discourse.

Residents are encouraged to send any questions or comments to the Chair at [email protected] in advance of the meeting so that they can be addressed during the meeting.

Except when they are recognized to speak, all attendees to the virtual meeting should mute their devices to avoid disruptions from background noises.

Meetings will follow the agenda and the times listed there, with any modifications determined by the Chair.
After a presenter completes his or her statement,
Commissioners ask questions, and then residents have an opportunity to ask their questions or make comments.

During meetings, residents should use the chat function to ask questions or to request to make a comment; they will then be recognized by the Chair.

Speakers must limit any statements or questions to the time allotted. The Commission also accepts emailed and written comments or questions.

Every resident will have an opportunity to be heard once on an issue before any resident is heard twice.

We understand that sometimes issues may provoke strong emotions and that these expectations may be forgotten. Part of the Chair’s job is to remind you of these norms during the meeting.

**ANC 3/4G Special Meeting January 14th on Smart Street Lighting Project**ANC 3/4G will hold a special meeting on Thursd...
01/11/2021
Project Profile: D.C. Smart Street Lighting | ddot

**ANC 3/4G Special Meeting January 14th on Smart Street Lighting Project**

ANC 3/4G will hold a special meeting on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 7:00 pm to discuss the District Department of Transportation’s draft Request for Proposals for delivery of its “Smart Street Lighting Project.”

The Commission has long been involved in street lighting issues. See, e.g., the June 26, 2017 resolution recommending installation of 2700 Kelvin LED streetlights (https://bit.ly/395re1O) and the February 10, 2020 resolution requesting that the Office of Planning expressly address light pollution in the Comprehensive Plan Amendments (https://bit.ly/3s3J7qn).

Information about the RFP is available at https://ddot.dc.gov/streetlightp3 , and DDOT is holding a virtual public meeting on the project on January 12, 2021, at 5:30 pm You may attend that meeting at this link: https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php....

Comments on the proposed RFP must be submitted by January 15, 2021. The Commission will consider and may vote on comments at its special meeting.

The agenda and the links to the ANC’s meeting are reproduced below. Everyone interested in the LED street lighting project is urged to attend.

Randy Speck
Chair, ANC 3/4G

Agenda
ANC 3/4G Special Public Meeting
January 14, 2021

Zoom Meeting, 7:00-8:00 pm

Join Video Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88986194156
Dial-in number (301) 715-8592
Webinar ID: 889 8619 4156

7:00 Introductions, announcement of meeting procedures (described below), and adoption of agenda

7:05 Discussion and possible vote on a resolution advising the District Department of Transportation on its proposed Request for Proposals for “Delivery of Smart Street Lighting Project” (available at https://ddot.dc.gov/streetlightp3) (Commissioner Speck)

If you are not able to attend the ANC’s public meeting, you may submit your written comments to [email protected]. Videos of the ANC’s meetings are available on YouTube channel ANC3G.

Virtual Meeting Procedures: The ANC’s meetings are run with a few norms in mind, and we expect everyone to abide by these norms. They promote a civil and respectful discourse.

Residents are encouraged to send any questions or comments to the Chair at [email protected] in advance of the meeting so that they can be addressed during the meeting.

Except when they are recognized to speak, all attendees to the virtual meeting should mute their devices to avoid disruptions from background noises.

Meetings will follow the agenda and the times listed there, with any modifications determined by the Chair.
After a presenter completes his or her statement,

Commissioners ask questions, and then residents have an opportunity to ask their questions or make comments.

During meetings, residents should use the chat function to ask questions or to request to make a comment; they will then be recognized by the Chair.

Speakers must limit any statements or questions to the time allotted. The Commission also accepts emailed and written comments or questions.

Every resident will have an opportunity to be heard once on an issue before any resident is heard twice.

We understand that sometimes issues may provoke strong emotions and that these expectations may be forgotten. Part of the Chair’s job is to remind you of these norms during the meeting.

The District has more than 75,000 lights installed on our streets, alleys and other public spaces. The lights use a variety of inefficient bulb technologies, including incandescent and high-pressure sodium. The District is seeking a private partner to retrofit the lights with more energy-efficient l...

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The ANCs present their positions and recommendations on issues to various District government agencies, the Executive Branch, and the Council. They also present testimony to independent agencies, boards, and commissions, usually under the rules of procedure specific to those entities. By law, the ANCs may also present their positions to Federal agencies.

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Monday 09:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 12:00
Friday 09:00 - 12:00

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(202) 363-5803

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