Next Meeting: Monday, May 4th, 2015
ANCs are advisory boards providing official citizen representation to other governmental bodies. The commissioners consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods. Read more about ANC2E here.
Monday, May 4th at 6:30pm:
ANC2E's Agenda for this meeting
*** Residential Zoning Regulations ***
Proposed Georgetown comments on residential zoning regulations (January 19, 2013 draft)
*** ANC2E and the Georgetown University Campus Plan ***
-- Georgetown University 2000-2010 Campus Plan case - Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law filed January 13, 2012 by ANC 2E, the Citizens Association of Georgetown, and the Burleith Citizens Association.
-- ANC 2E supplemental filing with the D.C. Zoning Commission in case no. ZC-10-32, the Georgetown University 2010-2020 Campus Plan
*** ANC 2E redistricting material ***
-- Recommendations of Tom Birch, Chair, Ward 2 Redistricting Advisory Groups, for ANC 2E Redistricting
*** Click Here to Download this Redistricting Material and recommendations to the Zoning Commission regarding the Georgetown University proposed 2010-2020 campus plan (approved by ANC 2E at a public meeting on February 28, 2011) ***
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Although the ANC reviews many projects before the Old Georgetown Board, ANC does not review ALL the projects on the monthly Old Georgetown Board agenda. Check out their agenda monthly so that you know what is being reviewed by them: Old Georgetown Board Next Meeting Agenda.
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The APPLICATION AND REFERRAL TO THE US COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS FOR OLD GEORGETOWN REVIEW is now available online. Anyone whose project is on the Old Georgetown Board agenda for review or before a DC agency such as the Historic Preservation Board, the Board of Zoning Adjustment and the Zoning Commission is required by ANC2E to fill out this application and submit it to the commission. Generally speaking, these are projects that occur within Historic Georgetown. For more information on the project approval process, read about the Old Georgetown Act.