Advisory Neighborhood Commission 7D 5/9/2017 Meeting

I. The meeting was called to order at 6:50PM by Chairperson Muhammad

II. ROLL CALL

Commissioner Siraaj Hasan, 7D02
Commissioner Dorothy Douglas 7D03
Commissioner Janis Hazel 7D05
Commissioner Sherice Muhammad 7D06

A Quorum was established

III. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

Commissioner Muhammad moved to add Deputy Mayor Courtney Snowden to the agenda after ABRA. Commissioner Hasan Seconded.
The Motion Passed 4-0-0

IV. COMMUNITY AND GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Latisha Atkins presented on behalf of Ward 7 Councilmember Vincent Gray.
b. Elliot Brown, spoke on behalf of DPR in his capacity as the manager of the new Kenilworth Rec Center
c. Emily Close spoke on behalf of Arcadia Mobile Market.
d. Dina Rasheed, announced a 2
nd Annual Ward 7 Peace Rally.
e. Winnell Montegue and Cathy Jenkins spoke on behalf of the DC Public Library System.
Commissioner Bob Coomber arrived.

V. SARAH FASHBAGH, ALCOHOLIC AND BEVERAGE REGULATION ADMINISTRATION.

a. Sarah Fasbagh presented on behalf of ABRA to discuss the community training she was holding on May 18th at 6:30pm. She announced that all liquor retailers are going up for license renewal and are currently under review. Gave the complaint hotline number 202-329-6347.

VI. DEPUTY MAYOR FOR GREATER ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY.
a. Deputy Mayor Courtney Snowden presented on how the DC budget funds programs under her purview.

 

VII. REPORTS

a. OFFICERS' REPORTS

1. Commissioner Muhammad presented the minutes from the General Meeting of April 11th and Special Meeting of April 19th.

2. Commissioner Muhammad moved to approve Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday April 11 minutes. Commissioner Hazel seconded.
The Motion passed 5-0-0

3. Commissioner Muhammad presented the Treasurers' reports from Quarter 2 FY 2017. The commission currently has $95,180.84 in its account. One check was written to Staples for $50.75. Two checks written in Quarter 1 cleared in Quarter 2, $20.00 to Commissioner Hazel, $68.43 to Xerox for the quarterly bill.

4. Commissioner Muhammad moved to approve ANC 7D Quarterly report from January 1, 2017 to March 30, 2017 (Quarter 2 FY 2017). Commissioner Coomber seconded.
The Motion passed 5-0-0.

5. Commissioner Muhammad moved to pay $25.00 for the ANC Security Fund and $187.45 for our Xerox Quarterly bill, totaling $212.45. Commissioner Hasan seconded.
The Motion passed 5-0-0.

b. STANDING COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTUCTURE REPORT

1. Greg Rhett presented the Committee's Report and the proposed resolution opposing WMATA Safetrack 15.

2. Kimberly Manning gave a brief update on Minnesota Avenue construction. She indicated that Phase II construction will begin soon. Phase II covers between Benning road and Nannie Helen Burroughs. A new communications team has been selected for this project.

3. Commissioner Muhammad presented a resolution to Amend the Comprehensive Plan.

4. Commissioner Muhammad presented a motion to host a special meeting on 5/24, 5/25 or 5/31 with a location TBA to discussion Zoning Commission Cases 05-28Q, 05-28R, 05-28S, 05-28T.

5. Commissioner Muhammad moved to approve the Standing Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure report for May 2017 and resolution. Commissioner Hazel seconded.

The motion passed 5-0-0.

6. Commissioner Muhammad moved to adopt the amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. Commissioned Douglas Seconded
The motion passed 5-0-0.

7. Commissioner Muhammad moved to host a special meeting on 5/24, 5/25 or 5/31 with a location TBA to discussion Zoning Commission Cases 05-28Q, 05-28R, 05- 28S, 05-28T. Commissioner Coomber Seconded.
The motion passed 5-0-0.

8. Commissioner Hazel motioned to authorize purchase of copier paper and other office supplies by May 19 with a suggested vendor of Staples; for an anticipated total of $179.97 for the purchase of three cases. Commissioner Douglas seconded. The Motion passed 5-0-0.

VIII. The meeting was adjourned at 8:45pm.