ANC3C Public Meeting – March 18, 2024

Date/Time: March 18, 2024 7:00 pm

Location: Zoom Meeting, Online, Washington, DC 20008

ANC3C March 2024 NOTICE & DRAFT Agenda *UPDATED 3/16/2024*

Date/Time: March 18, 2024 7:00 pm 

Location: Zoom Meeting, Online, Washington, DC 20008

Registration Link:

The ANC meets every month (with the exception of August). An agenda and draft materials for the upcoming meeting is available at


As a neighbor, there are several opportunities to participate in an ANC meeting: You can make an Announcement, or speak during the Community Forum, or you can ask to be recognized by the Chair to speak during the Commission Business.

If you have any questions or comments about the upcoming meeting, draft resolutions or letters, or have interest in formally joining a standing committee, email the Commissioners at

I. Establishment of Quorum

II. Verification of Notice (Listservs: CP, WP, MAHCA, CAH, OG, QH Manager, Broadmoor Manager, Woodland Normandstone Liaison, NWC, KWTA, CP Main Streets, WP Main Street, CPCA, WPCA, ANC3C Notice List, Twitter and the ANC3C Website)

III. Approval of Agenda & Consent Calendar 

IV. Consent Calendar

  1. Approval of February 2024 Meeting Minutes
  2. Resolution Regarding Designated Open Stroller Space on WMATA Metrobuses 
  3. Letter of support for Cleveland Park Day (Sunday June 2nd) as part of the Special Events Permit Application filed by District Bridges
  4. Resolution regarding HPRB application – 3400 Lowell Street (Cleveland Park Congregational Church) HPA 24-198. ADA compliant ramps to sanctuary and hall entrances.
  5. Resolution regarding HPRB application – 3525 Ordway Street HPA 24-163. Replacement of deck and garage.

V. Announcements 

  1. Single Member District Reports (5 mins)
  2. Committee Reports (5 mins)
    1. Safe, Sustainable, and Equitable Transportation
    2. Transparency & Public Process
    3. Community Engagement & Grants
    4. Planning, Zoning, Housing, and Economic Development
    5. Residential Historic Preservation
    6. Environmental Justice
    7. Public Safety  
  3. Mayor, Council, Agency, Community Organizations (5 mins)


VI. Community Forum – (Members of the public are invited to ask questions and raise concerns about issues that are not otherwise on the agenda. Please limit time to 1 minute.)

VII. Commission Business

  1. Resolution Regarding Support for Green New Deal for Schools 
  2. Treasurer’s Report
  3. Possible expenses to support Cleveland Park Day event – June 8th (dunk tank $542.51, stage $1,072.89, and sound $1,370.73 rentals)

VIII. Adjournment