Agenda – September 2019

Regular Public Meeting

Monday, September 23, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

MPD, 4th District Station, 6001 Georgia Ave., NW


  1. Call to Order & Roll Call
  2. Old Business (if applicable)
  3. Consideration and Approval of Agenda
  4. Approval of June Regular Public Meeting Minutes
  5. Treasurer’s Report and Approval of Quarterly Financial Report for the Third Quarter 2019
  6. Reports:
    1. Metropolitan Police Department, 4th District (5 minutes)
    2. At-Large Councilmember Robert C. White, Jr. (10 minutes)
    3. Office of Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon T. Todd (3 minutes)
    4. Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services (3 minutes)
    5. Ward 4 State Board of Education Representative Frazier O’Leary (3 minutes)
  7. Community Concerns: This is the time for questions or statements from members of the public about issues on the agenda or other areas of concern. Please limit your statement or question to one minute.
  8. Presentation: Representative, Metro Transit Police, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Commissioner Johnson – 5 minute presentation; 5 minute discussion)
  9. Presentation: Julie Lawson, Director, Office of the Clean City (Commissioner Yeats – 5 minute presentation; 5 minute discussion)
  10. Presentation: Sayra Molina, Program Analyst & Laura MacNeil, District Department of Transportation, Open Streets (Commissioner Parks – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)
  11. Presentation: Irene Thompson, Project Director, Children’s National Research and Innovation Campus (Commissioner Parks – 8 minute presentation; 2 minute discussion)
  12. Consent Calendar:
  • Letter of Inquiry: Requesting Administrative and Infrastructure Support for Commissions (Commissioner Parks)
  • Resolution 4B-19-0901: Requesting Advice regarding Effect of Legal Decision re Installation of 5G Technology (Commissioner Palmer)
  • Resolution 4B-19-0902: Calling for Traffic Calming Measures within Single Member District 4B08 (Commissioner Brooks)
  • Resolution 4B-19-0903: Supporting Flexibility in Proposed Sustainability Guide regarding Solar Roof Installations (Commissioner Bromaghim)
  • Resolution 4B-19-0904: Calling for Improvements Following Deadly House Fire 708 Kennedy Street, NW (Commissioner Johnson)


13. Resolution 4B-19-0905: Supporting Funding for the Old Takoma Business Association (Commissioner Yeats – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)

14. Resolution 4B-19-0906: Resolution on BZA 20111, Trinity Episcopal Church (Commissioner Yeats – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)

15. Resolution 4B-19-0907: Calling for Restart of and Community Engagement on Brightwood Park’s UFP on Lot 69 (Commissioner Redd – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)

16. Letter to Douglas Development Expressing ANC 4B’s Opposition to Facility for Detained Immigrant Children (Commissioner Bromaghim – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)

17. Resolution 4B-19-0908: Supporting Second Look Amendment Act of 2019 (Commissioner Palmer – 3 minute presentation; 3 minute discussion)


Please Note: Anyone in the audience may speak on any subject during “Community Concerns.” You may also contact members of the Commission before and after Commission meetings. Discussion on other agenda items will generally be limited to Commissioners. Finally, the meeting may not last beyond 9:00 p.m. unless extended by a two/thirds vote of the Commission.

Next Regular Public Meeting:  Monday, October 28, 2019, 7:00 p.m., MPD, 4th District Station, 6001 Georgia Ave., NW


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