Category Archives: All Politics is Local

Tenleytown ANC Gets Down to Business at Start of Term

The inaugural meeting of the 2015-2016 Tenleytown Advisory Neighborhood Commission proceeded at a fair clip, clocking in at right around two and a half hours, despite a rather lengthy agenda. The majority of the January 8 ANC 3E meeting was dedicated to presentations by PEPCO, Exelon, and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service regarding the proposed acquisition of PEPCO by Exelon.

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Tenley View Project, PEPCO Merger on Tonight’s ANC Agenda

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E rings in the new year with its first meeting of 2015 tonight at 7:30 p.m. The meeting also marks the start of a new two-year term, with incumbents Jonathan Bender and Tom Quinn returning to the commission and newly elected representatives Anne Wallace, Amy Hall, and Jonathan McHugh taking their seats for the first time. Commission officers

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Grant Requests, Liquor Licenses Dominate Tonight’s ANC-3E Agenda

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E will consider grant requests from four community groups and liquor license renewals for World Market and Whole Foods at its November meeting. In addition, the commission will receive an update from the Second District police and hear from an architect for a property at 4715 Massachusetts Avenue regarding a potential exception to use the single family home as an

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Advisory Neighborhood Commission Gets New Faces

The Advisory Neighborhood Commission for AU Park, Friendship Heights, and Tenleytown will have a few new faces after the start of the new year. Incumbents Jonathan Bender and Tom Quinn, who won reelection on Tuesday, will be joined by newly elected commissioners Anne Wallace, Amy Hall, and Jonathan McHugh. Unlike many ANCs across the District, there was significant competition to fill

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