July 25, 2022 Public Meeting

Zoom Meeting 7:00-9:00 PM

Register for the Video Meeting here. You will be sent Zoom meeting credentials after.

Agenda

Agenda 7-25-2022_draft 7-18-2022

BZA case #20796 for 6801 32nd Street, NW can be found here.

Minutes

None

Resolutions

ANC 3/4G Resolution Regarding National Park Service’s Beach Drive Environmental Assessment

ANC 3/4G Resolution Concerning Pedestrian Crosswalks at Chevy Chase Circle

Videos

Video Recording of ANC 3/4G July 25, 2022 Public Meeting

Testimonies

None

Presentations

None

Other

–> National Park Service/Upper Beach Drive. The National Park Service (NPS) announced a proposed resolution to the issue of future motorized traffic on Upper Beach Drive. NPS suggests that during the summer months (Memorial  Day through August 31) the route be closed to motorists. Otherwise it would remain open to motorized traffic. NPS conducted a public hearing on July 18, and will accept comments through August 11, 2022 (comments can be provided via this link).

NPS has issued an Environmental Assessment (EA) related to the proposal. Full details are available through this link.

Note that there is a June 2022 DDOT Study, “Upper Beach Drive Management Plan–Traffic Study,” that updates and supersedes the Traffic Study in Appendix B of NPS’ Environmental Assessment which can be found here.

See Resolution above.

–> Chevy Chase Main Street. Brianne Dornbush, Executive Director, District Bridges which oversees Chevy Chase Main Street as well as other Main Streets provided to the Commission the following two documents via email dated July 7, 2022 (i) “a comprehensive report on the purpose, activities, challenges and plans of District Bridges’ Chevy Chase Main Street Program” as well as (ii) an overview of the roles and responsibilities of District Bridges’ Neighborhood Strategy Council.

See Video Recording above, starting at 1 hour and 3 mins for exchange with Brianne Dornbush.

Q&As and Chat

Q&As and Chat Log of ANC 3/4G July 25, 2022 Public Meeting