From Jim Berry-
Neighbors, Below please find information about a couple of meetings that will be taking place over the next five days that are of significant interest to residents of our community. Best, Jim BerryBates Area Civic Association, Inc. Meeting 1: The Neighborhoods of EYA and Jair Lynch Development Partners.
WARD 5 COUNCILMEMBER HARRY “TOMMY” THOMAS, JR.,
THE DEPUTY MAYOR FOR PLANNING & ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT, THE MCMILLAN ADVISORY GROUP, &
VISION MCMILLAN PARTNERS
Invite You To A
Community Presentation on
the Development of the McMillan Sand Filtration Site
Saturday, February 7, 2009
10:00am to 12:00pm
Trinity University Social Hall
125 Michigan Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20017
Vision McMillan Partners, the development team for the site, includes:
• Jair Lynch Development Partners
• The Alexander Company
• Smoot & Urban Service Systems Corporation
A TOWN HALL MEETING TO PRESENT CONCEPT PLANS FOR THE SITE, BASED ON PRIOR COMMUNITY AND DISTRICT FEEDBACK AND FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMUNITY MEETING ON DECEMBER 13TH.
WE ENCOURAGE STRONG ATTENDANCE AND WANT TO SEE YOU THERE!
Discussion Topics will include:
• Presentation of Revised Concept Plans Based on Feedback from the December 13th Community Meeting at Trinity – Will include Open Space, Historic Preservation, Mixed-Income & Multi-Generational Housing, Community Serving Retail and Restaurants, Job Creating Office Space, Hospitality, and Community, Education, and Cultural Space
• Key Community Issues – Context and Density, Traffic/Smart Growth, Infrastructure, Community Benefits, LSDBE Participation, Job Creation, Sustainable/Green Development, and Other Community Issues
Light Food and Parking Provided
For More Information, Contact:
Vicky Chambers, Office of CM Thomas, at 202- 727- 8204
John Basile, EYA, at 301- 634- 8600
North Capitol Street Cloverleaf Study Stakeholder Meeting — Monday, 2/9/2009
North Capitol Street Cloverleaf StudyFebruary Stakeholder Meeting
Monday, February 9, 2009
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Pryzbyla Great Room A Catholic University Student Center
Purpose of the Study
1. Explore alternative intersection configurations for the cloverleaf at Irving and North Capitol Streets.
2. Develop strategies to improve the gateway qualities of North Capitol Street by including civic spaces, memorials, and enhancing the public streetscapes.
3. Develop recommendations for improving safety, connectivity and transportation operations.
DC Office of Planning National Capital Planning CommissionDistrict Department of Transportation Stakeholder GroupThe purpose of the stakeholder group is to work with residents, institutions, businesses to help formulate strategies for the cloverleaf. For information on the North Capitol Street Cloverleaf Study and learn about upcoming meetings, visit www.planning.dc.gov or contact Howard Ways, DC Office of Planning, at (202) 741-5219, or howard.ways @ dc.gov . For information on transportation studies, contact Gabriela Vega, DC Department of Transportation at (202) 478- 1458 or gabriela.vega @ dc.gov.