Tuesday, August 22, 2017

HPO: Mayor`s Agent continuation hearing on McMillan -- Monday, 09-11-2017, and Monday, 09-18-2017




From: HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com [mailto:HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 8:43 AM
To: HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HistoricWashington] Mayor`s Agent Continuation Hearing - September 11 and September 18

MAYOR’S AGENT FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

In the Matter of:
HPA Nos. 14-393 and 15-133

Applications of Vision McMillan Partners LLC, and the District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“the Applicants”)      

2501 (2507) First Street NW
McMillan Park Reservoir
Square 3128, Lot 800
Affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission: 5E

The public hearing upon remand in this matter will be continued at 9 am, on Monday, September 11, 2017 at 441 4th Street NW, Room 220-South. If needed, the hearing will be further continued at 9 am, on Monday, September 18, 2017 at 441 4th Street NW, Room 220-South.  


Bruce Yarnall • Historic Preservation Operations Manager
DC Office of Planning
1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024
202.442.8835
planning.dc.gov

car explosion this past Sunday morning, 08-20-2017, in the alley behind 3rd / 4th Street NW in LeDroit Park

See this 08-22-2017 message:

We haven't heard anything about the car explosion that took place in the alley behind 3-4th Street & U on Sunday night at 4am (technically Monday morning). The police evacuated half the block and the fire department put out the fire.  Any news on that?



Wednesday at Tyber Creek: Happy Hour to benefit Federation's Jewish Food Experience and Young Leadership

See this Facebook event announcement from Tyber Creek:



who will win the 4th Annual Battle of the Barrel Age Beers ultimate title at Boundary Stone tonight ?

See this tweet:




Monday, August 21, 2017

from Bacio Pizzeria: customer request tweet; please pick up after your dogs on Seaton Place NW

See this tweet:




here is some info about the AFS-USA sudents who volunteered at this past Saturday's Bloomingdale block party: some of them are seeking a host family -- can you be a host family ?

See this message from Bloomingdale resident Craig Bowman:



Bloomingdale resident and musician Raul De Moral

From the Facebook page of Bloomingdale resident Raul Del Moral:


at Truxton Inn: Maui Pineapple Rum, Rhum Agricole, Passionfruit, Lime, House Made Mulled Simple Syrup!

From our pals at the Truxton Inn:



Bloomingdale-based JSquared Candle Co.: total eclipse of the heart

See this tweet:




Boundary Stone on DC Beer Week: 3 Stars Brewing Company, Atlas Brew Works, DC Brau Brewing Company, Port City Brewing Company and Right Proper

See this tweet:



pics from this past Saturday's well-attended Bloomingdale Block Party held on the 100 block of U Street NW

Thanks to Craig Bowman for posting this set of pics from this past Saturday's Bloomingdale block party on the 100 block of U Street NW:








tune in to @fox5dc #GoodDayDC this morning for a blind sneak sip of the barrel-aged beers going into battle on Tuesday @BoundaryStoneDC

See this tweet from yesterday:



Sunday, August 20, 2017

Bloomingdale.Fun.Fit report from this afternoon's POOL PARTY at Harry Thomas Rec Center

See these Instagram messages from Bloomingdale.Fun.Fit from this afternoon's BFF Pool Party at Harry Thomas Rec Center from 12 noon to 3 pm.










stop by and grab a bagel this morning at Sylvan Cafe and Bakery

See this Sylvan Cafe and Bakery tweet from this morning:




Randy Talley: Bloomingdale block party thanks message

See this NextDoor post from Bloomingdale resident Randy Talley:

Bloomingdale Block Party Thanks
The grill is out, the balloons and tents are down. But I suspect the friendships created yesterday are just beginning.

After months of meetings and planning with my "crew", our hearts soared as we watched neighbors, old and new, make their way to the party. Food, ice, water and smiles were happily contributed.

A SPECIAL thank you to those ASF exchange students who literally appeared out of no where, and with their organizer, worked lock-step with us to set up, serving food and manning the popular shaved ice table. Bless you all. I don't know if we could have done it without you!!! Our hope is that you were able to walk away with a sense of the love in this American neighborhood.

Residence of the 100 Block of U Street: Thank you all for allowing us to take over your Block. Hopefully you enjoyed spending the afternoon with us.

Finally, the crew: Simone, Dawn, Lena Beth, Chris , Matthew, Dwayne and Craig. What can I say? I heart you all and we have much to be proud of. Also thank so their spouses and children who pitched in!!

Let's keep that neighborhood spirit, kindness and openness alive as we move through our daily lives. Take the time to speak to your fellow pedestrians. Check on the elderly and let them know they're still important to the community. We are lucky to have such a variety of neighbors, of whom we can all learn something from I have no doubt.

I'll see you around our Bloomingdale...

Warmly Randy



Granny and the Boys at Showtime Lounge tonight

See the Showtime Lounge Facebook post:





from MPD: stabbing alert on the 100 block of Florida Avenue NW at 01:38 hours

From: AlertDC [mailto:noreply@everbridge.net]
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2017 2:38 AM
Subject: Crime Alert 5th District (PSA 501-508)

This is an important message from the District of Columbia AlertDC system.

Alert: Stabbing at 0138 hrs in the in the100 block of Florida Ave NW. No Lookout

DO NOT TAKE ACTION CALL 911 W/ EVENT # I20170496363
Sent to 5th District (PSA 501-508) Alert DC
Sent by MPD CAD # 11205




Saturday, August 19, 2017

Truxton Inn: a fave place in Bloomingdale

From a happy Truxton Inn patron:



at Showtime Lounge tonight: ace disk jockey Baby Alcatraz

See this tweet from Showtime Lounge:




Open Houses in and around Bloomingdale scheduled for 8/20/2017

70 Rhode Island Ave NW #204 is priced at $574,900. & will be open Sun 1-4pm
The featured listing is a 2 bedroom 2 bath duplex condo. It will be open Sunday from 1:00pm-4:00pm. The listing is represented by Michael Makris with McEnearney Associates, Inc. You can find more information in the links below.

The list of open houses scheduled for Sunday in and around Bloomingdale can be seen here. The same info can be seen in a map format here

*Agents, to have your open houses included in this weekly post, please have them tagged in MRIS by 10am on Friday. If you don't see your open house in the links, feel free to add in the comments. Also, if you would like your open to be featured with a picture for this post, please e-mail suzanne at compass dot com by 10am on Friday before the open.

free improv workshop at The Unified Scene Theater Sunday afternoon

See this tweet from The Unified Scene Theater:




new additions at Meats and Foods

From our friends at Meats and Foods:



Friday, August 18, 2017

DC HPO: raze application filed at DCRA for 150 S Street NW (brick church with education annex)


From: HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com [mailto:HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2017 8:06 AM
To: HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HistoricWashington] Raze Applications Filed at DCRA: July 28 - August 17, 2017

Greetings: This report is also posted on our website at http://tinyurl.com/h9nn5nf . See Raze Permit Report – August 18, 2017.
_______

The following raze applications were filed at the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) between July 28 – August 17, 2017:
ANC          Address   
                                                                                                                                              
1A             435 Park Road NW (brick single family dwelling) 

2F             1421 Corcoran Street NW ( three story rowhouse in Fourteenth Street Historic District – HPA 15-139)  

3D             4834 W Street NW (brick dwelling and detached garage) 

4A             1434 Longfellow Street NW ( detached garage) 

4B             5600 2nd Street NE ( two story brick/block commercial building) 

4B             5422 1st Place NW ( two story brick commercial building) 

5B             1544 Rhode Island Avenue NE (one story brick commercial restaurant) 

5B             1522 Rhode Island Avenue NE (one story brick commercial building) 

5E    150 S Street NW (brick church with education annex) 

6C             1200 3rd Street NE (steel frame warehouse structure) 
________ 

Historic Preservation Clearance of Raze Permit Applications
All raze permit applications in the District of Columbia are submitted to the Historic Preservation Office (HPO) for clearance. The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) gives applicants a blank clearance letter to submit to HPO for this purpose.

Why does HPO review all raze permit applications?
HPO clearance of raze applications safeguards against demolition of historic properties by accident or without proper public notice. HPO also ensures that raze applications subject to review under the DC historic preservation law are processed appropriately.

Why is public notice of raze applications important?
District law requires public notice of raze permit applications for both historic and non-historic property. This is because building demolition is often a matter of interest to affected residents and communities. In addition, the DC historic preservation law allows community groups to seek temporary and permanent protection for any property that may meet the criteria for historic landmark designation.

What is the public notice requirement?
Two types of public notice are required for raze applications before a permit is issued:
•             The DC Building Code requires the permit applicant to post and maintain a notice of the application on the property for 30 days (12A DCMR § 105.7.1).
•             The Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) Act requires DCRA to give ANCs a notice of 30 working days, which is usually about 45 days (D.C. Official Code § 1-309.10(c)). DCRA sends this notice by email.
The public notice of raze permit applications establishes a review period during which communities may seek information and consider historic preservation concerns about a property proposed for demolition.

How can I determine when the public review period ends?
HPO posts copies of pending raze permit applications on the Office of Planning website . This posting includes a copy of the DCRA notice to ANCs. The public review period expires 30 working days after the date of the DCRA notice.

How long does the HPO review take?
HPO reviews raze applications promptly and in accordance with public notice requirements. The procedures and timing are different for historic and non-historic property.

For non-historic property, HPO typically holds applications for the length of the required ANC notice period. HPO may also request photographs to confirm posting of the notice placard on the property. If an application clearly raises no historic preservation concerns, HPO may use its discretion to sign off on the application before the notice period expires.

For historic property, HPO reviews the application according to the procedures required in the DC historic preservation law. The law discourages demolition of historic landmarks and properties contributing to the character of historic districts. Typically, an application to raze a historic property must be referred to the Historic Preservation Review Board for a recommendation, and to the Mayor’s Agent for a public hearing.

What if applications to raze and designate a property as historic are on file at the same time?
The DC historic preservation law allows ANCs and community groups with a demonstrated interest in historic preservation to file applications for historic designation at any time. Once an application to designate a historic landmark is filed with HPO, the property is protected by law for 90 days to allow HPRB time to determine whether the property meets historic landmark designation criteria. This protection does not apply to properties covered by historic district applications.

During this 90-day temporary protection period, the District may not issue the raze permit for the property. If HPRB determines after a public hearing that the property meets the designation criteria, it becomes a historic landmark and receives permanent protection under the preservation law. If HPRB determines that the property does not meet the criteria, HPO completes the preservation review by clearing the raze application.

How does HPO clear raze applications?
HPO clears the raze application by signing the DCRA clearance letter attached to the application. The clearance means either the property is not subject to the preservation law, or the demolition has been authorized under the preservation law.

HPO notifies the raze permit applicant once the HPO clearance letter is signed. Cleared applications are available for pick-up at the front reception desk in the Office of Planning during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm).

For More Information
Contact HPO by telephone at (202) 442-7600, or by email at historic.preservation@dc.gov    



Bruce Yarnall • Historic Preservation Operations Manager
DC Office of Planning
1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024
202.442.8835
planning.dc.gov


tonight's #BloomieNights at Crispus Attucks Park cancelled

See this hot-off-the-presses message regarding tonight's #BloomieNights.

Mother Nature strikes again! CADC is sad to announce we will postpone our screening of "Midnight in Paris" scheduled for tonight. There's too much uncertainty in the weather forecast and we don't want to put anyone in danger.
We will keep our screening of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" scheduled for next Friday, August 25th and shift "Midnight in Paris" to Friday, Sept. 1st.
Thanks for your patience with all these changes, folks. We wish we could control the weather!
Thanks,
CADC


this Sunday afternoon: Bloomingdale.Fun.Fit POOL PARTY at Harry Thomas Rec Center -- come cool off!

Planning to attend this Sunday's Bloomingdale.Fun.Fit pool party at Harry Thomas Rec?






St. George's Episcopal Church's Free To Be Me summer camp wrap-up -- JOIN US -- today, Friday, 08-18-2017

From: Rev Kent Marcoux [mailto:kmarcoux=stgeorgesdc.org@mail95.wdc01.mcdlv.net] On Behalf Of Rev Kent Marcoux
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2017 4:12 PM
Subject: St George's Free To Be Me - JOIN US! Today @ 6:00 PM


Free To Be Me - our evening summer camp for neighborhood kids - wraps up today! A joyful, Spirit-filled celebration of our young people and of building community one laugh, one song, one relationship at a time.

JOIN US! TONIGHT @ 6:00 PM -- An invite to our neighbors in Bloomingdale and LeDroit Park - and to all our friends and family in the DMV! Join us tonight at 6:00 PM for our Free To Be Me closing celebration and community BBQ! All welcome! Blessed be!


For more info, please contact the Rev Kent Marcoux at kmarcoux@stgeorgesdc.org or 443-315-8124 (cell).



We hope you'll join us this Sunday for a joyful, Spirit-filled celebration! 

2017 Men's Day & Father's Day Rally Against Prostate Cancer
St George's - June 18 at 9:00 AM


Our worship service begins at 9:00 AM - and includes our guest speaker and presentation of the 2017 Man of the Year Award. Reception will follow.  

For more info, please contact the Rev Kent Marcoux at kmarcoux@stgeorgesdc.org or 443-315-8124 (cell).

 







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