Saturday, March 06, 2021

St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church: Sunday masses -- Sunday, 03-07-2021

We have three ways to get your Sunday mass from Bloomingdale’s St. Martin’s Catholic Church:

 

1) Video mass:

 

To view this weeks Sunday mass from St Martin's Catholic Church click on the link below:

 

https://youtu.be/KFH9XvAaNs8

 

2) Sunday Noon Mass in person:

 

This coming Sunday at noon we will have a live mass at St. Martin’s Church.  The mass is open for all to attend in person at the Church however if you are sick please stay at home and do not attend.  If you are over 60 and those with serious health issues we strongly encourage you to please stay home.  

 

3) Sunday Noon Mass Live Streaming:

 

The Sunday noon mass will be live-streamed on zoom.  To view the noon mass as live-streaming event click on this link (we ask you to please turn off your video to not distract from the mass):

            

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84801466509?pwd=Q1FaYU9kS3dJUEx5alNkQnhEZmhHdz09

                

Or if you would like to call in and listen dial:

301-715-8592

Meeting ID: 848 0146 6509#

Meeting password: 123456#

 

We wish you all a blessed week and you should know that we at St Martins are praying to help us all get through these challenging times.

 

Peace,

 

Fr. Mike.





Open Houses in and around Bloomingdale for Sat 3-6 and Sun 3-7-2021

 

110 Seaton Pl NW is offered at $1,299,000.
 

The featured listing is an end unit Victorian house in historic Bloomingdale. The agent representing the seller is Clark Smith with Re/Max Realty Centre, Inc.

In person open houses are currently permitted in the District of Columbia. Masks, sign in, and social distancing are required.

Scheduled Open Houses in Bloomingdale and surrounding neighborhoods

Note that the open house time will not appear if the open house has passed, so if you open the link on Sunday and an open happened only on Saturday, there may be no time listed.

*Agents, to have your listing featured in this weekly post, please e-mail suzanne at compass dot com by 10am on Friday.

applications now being accepted for the 2021 Bloomingdale Civic Association Scholarship Award program

Please share this information with your neighbors!

See these three pages of the 2021 Bloomingdale Civic Association Scholarship Award program.

Note the deadline for submission ins Friday, 05-07-2021.


2021 Bloomingdale Civic Association Scholarship Flyer_final by Scott Roberts on Scribd

Friday, March 05, 2021

March HPRB 2021: 6 Adams Street NW "concept/third story roof addition and three-story rear addition"

From: DC Office of Planning <Planning@subscriptions.dc.gov>
Sent: Friday, March 5, 2021 10:02 AM
Subject: HPO Monthly Public Notice - March 2021

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This document and others related to this meeting will be accessible on the HPO Website .

 

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MONTHLY PUBLIC NOTICE

March 2021

Issued by email on March 5, 2021

PURPOSE OF THIS NOTICE 

This notice is the official monthly announcement by the District of Columbia’s Historic Preservation Office (HPO) of pending matters of public interest.  It includes items related to preservation planning, designation of historic landmarks and historic districts, and project reviews before the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) and U.S. Commission of Fine Arts (CFA). 

Please note that this notice contains changes in procedures, noted in bold, for the Historic Preservation Review Board’s public meetings due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

 

NOTICE TO ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSIONS 

HPO and HPRB welcome and encourage Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) participation in the historic preservation review process.  HPRB gives great weight to duly adopted written ANC views on matters of significance to neighborhood planning and development. 

 

How Affected ANCs Should Use this Notice 

This is an initial notice to ANCs of construction projects recently filed for HPRB review.  Projects are identified by address and ANC area where the address is located.  Upcoming historic designation hearings are also listed, supplementing the separate notice letters mailed to ANCs. 

HPRB regulations are designed to allow ANCs to identify projects they believe are significant to neighborhood planning and development.  ANCs can request project submissions and applicant contact information from the assigned HPO staff person listed on this notice. 

The historic preservation regulations encourage, but do not require, applicants to contact the affected ANC to present their projects and to resolve any public concerns before HPRB review.  If an ANC is interested in a project listed on this notice, but has not yet been contacted by the applicant, the ANC is encouraged to arrange for an ANC review directly with the applicant. 

 

Longer Notice Period for Cases Undergoing ANC Review 

HPO gives notice according to rules designed to balance the interests of project applicants and ANCs.  If HPO is already aware of ANC interest in a project, the case is listed on two successive monthly notices in order to ensure a minimum notice to the affected ANC of 45 days (or 30 working days, whichever is longer).  This means that when these cases first appear on this notice, they are scheduled for the HPRB meeting at the end of the following month. 

HPO asks affected ANCs for help in identifying any other projects on this notice that they want to review at a public meeting.  Upon notification, HPO will ensure that the affected ANC receives a minimum 45-day notice of those cases.  ANCs may identify an interest in reviewing any or all cases that affect their area. 

For those cases that affected ANCs do not need to consider at a public meeting, HPO will proceed with review for possible consideration at this month’s HPRB meeting.  The shorter notice allows the application to proceed without unnecessary delay to the applicant or burden to the ANC.

 

How to Ensure Consideration of ANC Views 

ANCs should first identify those cases on this notice they want to review.  ANCs should feel free to contact the assigned HPO staff person for information about any case.  ANCs should also contact HPO in writing to request an extended notice for those cases the ANC wants to review at a public meeting.  Requests are granted automatically and may be made by email to the assigned staff person or to historic.preservation@dc.gov .  Requests should be made as soon as possible, but no later than two days before the upcoming HPRB meeting.  ANCs do not need to contact HPO about projects that are already scheduled to allow a 45-day review period, or that they have already reviewed. 

 

How to Submit ANC Comments 

For ANC comments to receive great weight, they must be adopted by ANC vote at a duly noticed public meeting.  ANC comments may be in resolution or letter format and should be submitted within the 45-day review period.  Comments should relate to HPRB’s area of jurisdiction, state the vote taken, and articulate the basis for the ANC recommendations. 

Any ANC commissioner is welcome to participate in HPRB meetings as an individual, but only the duly adopted official comments of the ANC receive great weight.

 

GENERAL AVAILABILITY OF PUBLIC INFORMATION 

The applications listed on this notice and their associated materials are a matter of public record.  

Case files, including all correspondence received, may be accessed on the Office of Planning website.  Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, case files are not currently accessible in person. 

 

HOW TO ACCESS THE HPRB MEETING 

Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the HPRB meeting may be accessed live via WebEx.  Use the links below to access to the meetings: 

March 25 Meeting link: https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php?MTID=e13791c6c450b2d90262e63bf8a84561d  

Call-in number:  1-650-479-3208

Access Code: 160 705 1601 

April 1 Meeting link: https://dcnet.webex.com/dcnet/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef8a42584de1691a3c022f69068bae576  

Call-in number:  1-650-479-3208

Access Code: 160 641 4955 

The link and further instructions to those meetings will be posted on the Office of Planning website: https://planning.dc.gov/page/historic-preservation-review-board .

 The meeting will be recorded and posted to the Office of Planning website approximately 5 days following the meeting.

 

COMMENT SUBMISSION DEADLINES 

Public comments are welcome on HPRB cases.  Written public comments must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting.  

To testify before the HPRB via WebEx, you must also register 24 hours in advance.  Please submit your name and the case you wish to testify on by emailing historic.preservation@dc.gov .  Instructions for testifying will be emailed to you in advance of the meeting. 

Any comments received after the final deadline will held for the record but not distributed to the HPRB members. 

The 66-day/51-working-day ANC notice period for new cases on this notice expires on: May 12, 2021.

 

NOTICE OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW BOARD MEETINGS

               March 25, 2021

               April 1, 2021

 

The Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) will meet via WebEx to consider concept and permit applications for work affecting historic properties. Applications for historic landmark or historic district designation may also be considered. 

The agenda for these meetings will be drawn from the list of filed cases below, but not all cases on the list will be included.  The agenda will be released on the Friday before each meeting and will be emailed to all recipients of this public notice.  The agenda and HPO reports for the scheduled cases will be posted on the HPO website at www.preservation.dc.gov  by the end of the day on Friday, March 19, 2021.  

 

NOTICE OF CASES FILED FOR REVIEW 

The following cases have been filed by this month’s application deadline for submission to HPRB. The agenda of cases for the upcoming HPRB meetings will be drawn from this list. 

Listing on this notice does not guarantee a hearing this month.  Some cases are already scheduled for the following month.  Other cases may be deferred at the request of the affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC), for insufficient information, or at the discretion of HPO or HPRB. 

For inquiries about or to provide comments on a specific case, please contact the assigned staff person listed below.  Written comments should be received at HPO by the comment deadlines noted above. Submission of written comments by email is preferred. 

 

INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION

Review of recent change in zoning regulations regarding alley building heights 

Proposed design for new prototype school signage. Electronic messaging component included for all schools except those in National Historic Landmark Historic Districts (to be heard in April; Lewis)

 

HISTORIC LANDMARK AND HISTORIC DISTRICT DESIGNATION HEARINGS 

ANC

6B          Southeast Branch Library, 403 7th Street SE, Case 19-03

6D          Capitol Power Plant Pumphouse, 1520 1st Street SE, Case 21-05 (to be heard April 22)

 

PERMIT APPLICATIONS AND CONCEPTUAL REVIEWS

 

Historic Landmarks

1D          Kenesaw Apartments, 3060 16th Street NW:  see Mount Pleasant Historic District

2A          Mullett Rowhouses, 2519-2523 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, HPA 21-222, concept/construct four-story rear building (Dennee)

 

Anacostia Historic District

8A          1335 Maple View Place SE, HPA 21-049, revised concept/ add additional story to existing house; add rear addition with balcony at rear (not being scheduled for March; Price)

8A          1323 W Street SE, HPA 21-217, concept/two-story rear addition (Price)

 

Bloomingdale Historic District

5E     6 Adams Street NW, HPA 21-215, concept/third story roof addition and three-story rear addition (Meyer)

 

Capitol Hill Historic District

6A          135 13th Street NE, HPA 21-212, concept/replace one-story garage with two-story garage (Nadal)

6A          410 East Capitol Street NE, HPA 21-214, concept/replace one-story rear addition with two-story addition (Nadal)

6B          15 8th Street SE, HPA 21-218, concept/two-story rear addition (Nadal)

 

Mount Pleasant Historic District

1D          3320 19th Street NW, HPA 21-216, permit/three-story rear addition, roof deck, two-story rear garage (Dennee)

1D          3060 16th Street NW (Kenesaw Apartments), HPA 21-219, concept/remove 25 balconies (Dennee)

 

Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District

6E           923-925 5th Street NW, HPA 21-056, concept/ new construction of 11-story retail and residential building (Elliott)

 

Shaw/Blagden Alley Historic District

2F           1000 N Street NW, HPA 21-054, permit/install driveway with entrance on 10th Street to rear yard (Meyer)

2F           1400 9th Street NW, HPA 21-142, concept/demolition of existing building and new construction of three-story mixed-use building (continuation of March 4th hearing; Meyer)

2F           1301 11th Street/1300 10th Street NW, HPA 21-221, concept/new construction of four-story plus penthouse residential building, subdivision (Meyer)

 

Takoma Park Historic District

4B          519 Fern Place NW, HPA 21-213, permit/curb cut and driveway (Callcott) 

 

Walter Reed Historic District

4B          6900 Georgia Avenue NW, HPA 21-220, concept/new construction of 50 townhouses on parcel WXY (Dennee)

4A          6900 Georgia Avenue NW, HPA 21-131, revised concept/new construction of five-story mixed use building (Dennee) 

 

 

HPO CONTACT INFORMATION 

HPO STAFF REVIEWERS 

Anne Brockett

anne.brockett@dc.gov

(202) 442-8842

 

Steve Callcott

steve.callcott@dc.gov

(202) 741-5247

 

Tim Dennee

timothy.dennee@dc.gov

(202) 442-8847

 

Kim Elliott

kim.elliott@dc.gov

(202) 442-8838

 

Andrew Lewis

andrew.lewis@dc.gov

(202) 442-8841

 

David Maloney

david.maloney@dc.gov

(202) 442-8850

 

Brendan Meyer

brendan.meyer@dc.gov

(202) 741-5248

 

Moira Nadal

moira.nadal@dc.gov

(202) 442-7703

 

Imania Price

imania.price@dc.gov

(202) 442-8827

 

Kim Williams

kim.williams@dc.gov

(202) 442-8840 

 

To be included on the email distribution list for this monthly public notice, please visit the Office of Planning website and sign up at http://planning.dc.gov/node/568242 . 

HPO AND HPRB WEBSITE

For additional information, see the HPO and HPRB website at www.preservation.dc.gov . 

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES: Persons needing accessibility accommodations including foreign language and sign language interpretation for preservation services and programs may contact Steve Callcott at the Office of Planning at (202) 442-7600 to request assistance. Please provide two weeks advance notice for HPRB meetings 

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Bruce Yarnall • Historic Preservation Operations Manager

DC Office of Planning

1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024

202.442.8835

bruce.yarnall@dc.gov

planning.dc.gov


DC Water NEBT: Rhode Island Ave NW instrument installation

From: Holliday, Bertha G. (SMD 5E07) <5E07@anc.dc.gov>
Sent: Thursday, March 4, 2021 10:37 PM
Subject: Fw: NEBT: Rhode Island Ave. NW - Instrument Installation 

Scott -- Could you place the following NEBT Notice on the listserv/blog?  Thanks much!! 

Bertha Holliday
Commissioner, ANC 5E07
"Serving Bloomingdale -- Building community"

               


From: Andy Galli <news@dcwater.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 4, 2021 3:27 PM
To: Holliday, Bertha G. (SMD 5E07) <5E07@anc.dc.gov>
Subject: NEBT: Rhode Island Ave. NW - Instrument Installation

 


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Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project
Rhode Island Avenue NW 
Instrument Installation 

March 4, 2021
 

Greetings Neighbors.

DC Water’s contractor continues to install extensometers along Rhode Island Avenue NW from North Capitol Street NW to R Street NW in preparation for the arrival of the tunnel boring machine. Extensometers are deep borehole monitors installed to measure any soil displacement during the construction of the tunnel.
 
The contractor is currently installing extensometers along Rhode Island Ave. NW between 3rd Street and Florida Avenue NW. It takes approximately 3 to 4 days for each instrument to be installed. A geotechnical drill rig (pictured) is being used for the installation process and is occupying one lane of Rhode Island Avenue NW causing traffic to go around the construction. Residents will experience parking restrictions and lane changes during work hours. Parking restrictions will be removed each day at 3:30 pm.
 
Work is taking place between 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM, weather permitting and is anticipated to be completed in mid-April.

 


Image: A geotechnical drill rig

 

Traffic & Parking Restrictions

  • Commuters and pedestrians will notice road signs and/or flagging personnel directing them safely around the work site.
  • Parking restrictions will be in place. Please do not park in the temporary No Parking areas. When the work is complete, the signs will be removed.
  • Before the team demobilizes from the site, the work area will be cleaned, all drilling equipment and debris will be removed.

 

Project Details
The Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) is the largest component of the Clean Rivers Project. It begins south of RFK Stadium and will extend north to Rhode Island Avenue NE and west to 6th Street NW. Once the NEBT is connected to the other Clean Rivers tunnels, combined sewer overflows to the Anacostia River will be reduced by 98 percent. The NEBT will also reduce the chance of flooding in the areas it serves from approximately 50 to 7 percent in any given year.

View photos of the construction in progress
https://www.dcwater.com/northeast-boundary-tunnel-project-photo-gallery

 

For More Information
24/7 Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project Hotline: (800) 988-6151
Public Outreach Coordinator: Hadiah Jordan, dccleanrivers@dcwater.com
Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project: dcwater.com/NEBT
DC Clean Rivers Project: dcwater.com/clean-rivers-project

 



 


 


 


 

 

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Thursday, March 04, 2021

Third Sunday in Lent at St. George's Episcopal Church -- Sunday, 03-07-2021

From: Saint Georges DC <revjenkins@stgeorgesdc.org

Sent: Thursday, March 4, 2021 5:01 PM
Subject:  The Dragon

News You Can Use

 

 

The Dragon e-Newsletter Weekly

 


St. George's Episcopal Church

 

Third Sunday in Lent ~ March 7, 2021

 


160 U Street Washington DC 20001

 

This Parish of the Episcopal / Anglican Church was founded in 1930 as an Episcopal Church for African Americans. St. George's witnesses to the Gospel of Jesus Christ as expressed through the Anglican Tradition. We serve as a guiding light for our parishioners as well as the larger community.  We bid you welcome in the name of the Lord! 

 

Priest-in-Charge: The Rev Marilyn Jenkins

Associate Priest: The Rev Yolanda Rolle

 


West Wall in St. George's Nave

 

St. George's Stations of the Cross

Fridays at Noon

 

Please join us in praying

The Way of the Cross

Fridays in Lent at 12:00p.m. via Zoom.

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87399918823?pwd=MTBnVFI5RDM2TXRwcEI5OFZvYTNSQT09

 

Meeting ID: 873 9991 8823

Passcode: 732302

 

Dial by your location

    +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)

 

Click Here for the Program

   If you cannot join us at noon on Fridays, please click the picture above or here for a pre-recorded Way of the Cross.

 

The Rev. Dr. Yolanda Rolle &

Howard University Chapel

Present

 

Can We Talk?

 

Lent - Are you ready to go DEEPER? The liturgical season of Lent is a time when many prepare for Easter with a 40-day observance of fasting, repentance, moderation and spiritual discipline.

 

The chapel celebrates the rich diversity of religious traditions at Howard University. Here Rev. Rolle shares a reflection on service practices during Lent.

 

Click Here for Video

Sunday Schedule

The Next Sunday Service in Church will be determined by Public Health Indicators and implemented in a phased approach

7:30 a.m.      

Holy Eucharist RITE I with Sermon -- The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

 

8:30 a.m.

Hospitality Hour

 

9:00 a.m.      

Parish Choir Rehearsal        

       

9:00 a.m. - Conf. Room     

Bible Study with The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

 

10:00 a.m.  

Choral Holy Eucharist RITE II with Sermon -- The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

             

11:00 a.m.

Hospitality Hour 

 

This Week

 

Mar 7 - 9:00 a.m. Bible Study

 

Mar7 - 9:45 a.m.

Zoom Worship

https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

 

Mar 10- 7:00 p.m. Lenten bible Study

 

Mar 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Kwanzaa Kitchen

  

Donate Today

 


 


 


 

This Sunday's Worship

St. George's ~ St. Luke's ~ Calvary

 

This Sunday, February 21, 2021 we will again worship via zoom joining St. Luke's and Calvary live. Please join us on Zoom if you can. Or you may join us on St. George's Facebook page as we will stream the Zoom worship live onto Facebook and on St. George's YouTube Channel.

 

Sunday Worship:

Date: March 7, 2021

Time: 9:45 a.m.

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

Meeting ID number: 362-627-1076. If asked for password -- 001891

 

If you are calling in by cellphone, we ask you to use this number: 301-715-8592, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. 

 

If you must use landline to call in, use 1-877 -853-5247, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. Password is 001891 (this is toll-free, but it costs us)

 

St. George's Facebook Page Livestream Here

 

St. George's YouTube Channel Livestream Here



 

 

Outreach: Serving the Community

 

 

Kwanzaa Kitchen: Janis has been able to come up with a unique way in which we will continue to feed the hungry in this important ministry. It involves fewer than 6 people and we will pack the food to go and place it outside on tables for people to take their breakfast with them. We will continue this way until we are able to gather groups together again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saint George's Episcopal Church | stgeorgesdc.org

 

St.Georges DC | 160 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

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