Please help us improve our ANC meetings

The ANC is trying to improve the experience of residents, presenters, and other stakeholders at our meetings.  On our ANC 2B news/blog site, we have posted a link to two short “SurveyMonkey” surveys — one for meeting attendees and one for presenters.  We would appreciate any feedback you may have.  Please take a couple minutes … Continue reading

Our comprehensive neighborhood parking survey

Cross-posted at In a dense, mixed-use, urban neighborhood such as Dupont Circle, parking is an issue that is guaranteed to generate controversy — because it touches upon so many competing policies, interests, and judgments about value and fairness: the use of public space, local business development, environmental sustainability, multi-modal transportation options, smart growth, aging-in-place, and employment, … Continue reading

Bar Charley public meeting 1/15/14

Commissioner Mike Feldstein and I, along with community members involved, have organized an open community meeting to discuss the Bar Charley application for extended hours.  The idea is to have a more full discussion than is possible at an ANC meeting, where — because of so many regulatory applications to review — there is often … Continue reading

Bar Charley comments received by email

Stakeholders have asked about the comments I received regarding Bar Charley’s request for extended hours.  To help synthesize and order them, I put together a short document with excerpts from each comment I received and where the resident lives in proximity to Bar Charley.  I split the comments out by pro/con (or compromise), as well … Continue reading