Tuesday, December 6, 2011

ANC5C Special Meeting 12/13/11

Tuesday, December 13, 2011 First New Hope Baptist Church
7:00pm -9:00pm 1822 3rd Street NE
Notice & Agenda
This is to provide notice that ANC 5C will hold a Special Meeting on Tuesday, December 13, 2011. The following items will be discussed:
Review and Consideration of on-going Compliance Issues with Grant Funding and Reporting including the status of all awarded grants and Statement of Use for Grants issued between 5/31/11 to 10/18/11:
Awarded May 31, 2011 (July 1, 2011 Statement due date)
o Cougars Competitive Cheer
o Do the Right Thing Foundation of DC
o Dunbar PSTA
o Metropolitan Basketball League
o World Mission Extension Center
Awarded 8/4/11, Special Meeting (due date 9/4/11)
o Friends of Edgewood Recreation Center
Awarded 9/20/11 (due date 10/20/11)
o Bloomingdale Civic Association
o Cougars Competitive Cheer
o Do the Right Thing Foundation of DC
Awarded 10/18/11 (due date 11/18/11)
o Living Storybook
Status Update-DC Auditor's 10/17/11 Outstanding Grants Documentation Report
Pay Bills (Meeting Room rentals Nov 2011, Dec 2011, Jan 2012)
Consideration of proposed Curb Cut in ANC 5C02
Consideration and Approval of compensation for Printing Order Request – ANC 5C05
Consideration/Followup re: Resolution regarding traffic control measures - Unit block of P Street NW

Monday, November 7, 2011

MBT Survey for CUA Masters Project

The City and Regional Planning students at the Catholic University of America are conducting a research project on the Met Branch Trail that run through our neighborhood. Working with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) they are seeking community input perceived safety on the trail and ideas for trail amenities. Please take a few moments to complete the survey below:

Thank you in advanced for your participation and cooperation. If you have any questions or would like more information please email Mary Beth Dreusike 32dresuike@cardinalmail.cua.edu.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Parker Flats FREE Halloween Haunted House

The Parker Flats Condo Association is pleased to announce that we are holding our annual Haunted House for kids of all ages on October 31 at 2035 2nd St. NW at the corner of 2nd and Elm St. The doors open and the screaming begins promptly at 6:30pm and the event will die off with the last bodies being admitted at 9:00pm sharp!!! Last year over 300 people came through and were never heard from again…this year we are hoping for even MORE bodies to feed upon. Our theme this year is pure “insanity” and you do not want to miss out! There is no cost to come and enjoy and we will have scary elevator rides, escaped mental patients, chainsaw murderers, free electroshock treatments, ghouls, apples with razor blades in them, psych ward doctors, and torture of all shapes and sizes…oh yeah we have free candy/refreshments too! Of course all are welcome regardless of where you live so please feel free to spread the word to anyone and everyone. Again this event it totally FREE for anyone who want to come and have the daylights scared out of them!!!
So spread the word and come on out to enjoy this terrific event which has now become a neighborhood tradition. We truly are dying to see you all!!!
Coldest Regards,
The Parker Flats Condo Owners
2035 2nd St. NW
For more info or to make a donation to this event please email parkerflatsliving@gmail.com
(Donations are appreciated but not necessary and can be made via cash, check, Visa, MC, Discover, and spare body parts of course!!!)

Monday, October 17, 2011

Single Member District Meeting 10/22/11

Single Member District 5C05

Saturday, October 22, 2011, 12:00pm-1:30pm

RAP Inc.
 1949 4th Street, NE
Washington, D.C 20002


Greetings and Introductions

Redistricting Update

RAP Inc. Development Update

Discussion with DDOT about R Street truck related traffic issues

5c05 Liquor License Renewals

Crime Report

Community Concerns       (Please limit all comments to 90 seconds)

Meeting Adjourned 1:30pm

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Ward 5 ANC Redistricting Plan

At the October 6th, Ward 5 ANC and Single Member District meeting, the task force was presented with three ANC options in which they where to vote on. At the September 14, task force meeting the larger group voted to allow a smaller group, comprised of some of the task force executive board members, to create options for ANC's based on the feedback given by residents in attendance that night. Most of the residents and task force members wanted to see options for smaller, more neighborhood focused commissions. The executive body took the advice, went back to the drawing board and proposed the three options below.

While two of the three options proposed, do exactly what many in the group wanted, create smaller commissions, they make very little since. Starting with the dramatic change in smd boundaries. Several smd's where altered significantly and no longer meet the 1900 resident criteria outlined in the Office of Planning redistricting guidelines. Several neighborhoods where also split between multiple ANC's, which is bound to be a hurdle when dealing with hot button issues. The biggest blunder of all is the ANC that runs West to East across the ward, from New Jersey Avenue to Eastern Avenue. This particular ANC includes parts of the Bloomingdale neighborhood, Bates and Eckington along with over 5 others.

Voting on the below plans was further complicated because there where no maps that displayed the proposed options and the text for some of the smd's had errors or just where not complete at all. Despite the lack of information and concern from the audience that the plan was hard to visualize, a vote still took place. The plan that ended up getting the majority of votes was the 6 commission option. People in support said the option got their vote because it was the only one that seemed to keep their neighborhoods together. However, it does the direct opposite for the rather close Bates, Bloomingdale, Eckington and Edgewood neighborhoods.

Hopefully the group is open to feedback and takes a second look at whats been proposed prior to our next meeting and council review. It's no reason a plan like this, that seems rushed and not well thought out should be considered final. It would be great to see a few options that make smaller commissions, with neighborhoods that are relatively close and use the smd boundaries the task force agreed on originally. 

Below are maps of what was proposed and option number 2 is what the majority of the voting members decided upon. 

Option 1 has 5 ANC's

View Ward 5 - Option 1 in a larger map

Option 2 has 6 ANC's

View Ward 5 - Option 2 in a larger map

Option 3 has 3 ANC's

View Ward 5 - Option 3 in a larger map

Maps created by Geoff Hatchard 

NoMa West Renderings

Here are a few renderings of the NoMa West development currently being built at Harry Thomas Way and Eckington Place NE.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

How Eckington Single Member Districts Change During Redistricting

At last nights Ward 5 redistricting task force meeting, residents got to see what new single member district (smd) boundaries would look like. Ward 5 as a whole will undergo a commission face lift. Many of the existing smd's that crossed neighborhood lines and major geographical boundaries have been fixed. The proposed smd's are all roughly the same size and serve smaller more defined areas. Though the number has to be recounted to ensure accuracy, it looks as if ward 5 will go from 36 smd's to 40.  The task force will now focus on creating commissions.

How Eckington changes:

Currently Eckington is broken down into 3 smd's; 5c05, 5c07, and 5c02. With the exception of SMD 5c05, the other two Eckington commissions both cross into other neighborhoods. SMD 5c02 covers both Eckington and a portion of the bates area and 5c07 crosses Rhode Island into Edgewood. The proposed new Eckington SMD's are completely contained within the neighborhoods boundaries. The plan divides Eckington into two parts, East and West, using a combination of Summit Place, 2nd Street and Eckington place as the dividing line. The eastern portion of Eckington would have 2100 residents and the western 1955. Below is a map of the proposed SMD changes.


Monday, September 19, 2011

R Street Bike Lane Meeting 9/24/11

Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners
Tim Clark, Sylvia Pinkney, Hugh Youngblood
And The District Department of Transportation

Invite you to take part in a discussion of the proposed R Street Bike lane and Sharrows

Who: Residents interested in discussing the proposed plans for the R Street bike lane and Sharrows.

When: Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 10:00 A.M.

Where: Corner of R and 1st Streets NE (This is an outdoor meeting so dress appropriately)

Resident’s will have the opportunity to see what a sharrow looks like, learn how contra flow bicycle lanes and sharrows work and how they will be implemented on R Street.

Monday, August 8, 2011

SMD Meeting 8/13/11

Single Member District 5C05

Saturday August 13, 2011 12:00pm- 1:30pm

First New Hope Baptist Church
1818 3rd Street NE
Washington, D.C 20002


Greetings and Introductions

Rap transitional housing facility 1900 block of 4th Street NE- Deborah Crain

Crime Stats and Trail Safety- MPD

Ward 5 ANC & SMD Redistricting Process

Planning for end of the summer community event

Community Concerns        (Please limit all comments to 120 seconds)

Meeting Adjourned 1:30pm

Tim Clark
Commissioner, 5C05

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Metropolitan Branch Trail Patrols


In light of the recent robberies along the trail I encourage you all to take part in the trail patrols today and tomorrow. The trail patrols are a great way to deter crime, meet other trail users and get a work out. In addition to these patrols residents should continue to use the trail in mass. Doing so sends a message to criminals that we will continue to use the trail and wont be deterred by their actions.

Patrol details:

Wednesday (July 20) and Thursday (July 21) - 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm

Pocket park on the trail at S & 4th streets NE

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=158727857530530

Most importantly...sign up at http://www.facebook.com/l/pAQBMtPdSAQBSaiGXcCzwiUY7XLsOy8Saf_bj_NYJ3QSvUg/tinyurl.com/MBTSafetyPatrol

If you are coming, please bring extra water. a whistle, plus a pad and

pen. If you have them, please bring a flashlight and a First Aid kit.

Download and print the patrol flyer -


Learn the who and how of staying safe on the trail -

Looking for a bike buddy? Find a match:

Can't make it on Wednesday or Thursday? Let us know you when you are

available by signing up at http://www.facebook.com/l/pAQBMtPdSAQBSaiGXcCzwiUY7XLsOy8Saf_bj_NYJ3QSvUg/tinyurl.com/MBTSafetyPatrol.

In addition, Guardian Angels have begun some morning patrols. If you see

a Guardian Angel on the trail, please say hello and ask how you can get

Thursday, June 30, 2011

NOMA West Retail Update

I spoke with Sam Simone from Mill Creek Residential yesterday about the possibility of adding more retail to the NOMA West Project, located at Harry Thomas Way and Eckington Place NE. The current project has approximately 13,000 sq ft less retail space then originally planned. The developers have sited market conditions as the primary reason for the decrease. For a couple of months now the community has tried to negotiate more retail space. At this time the retail space will remain at 1200 sq ft. The lender that is financing the project is unwilling to allow the development team to deviate away from the current plans. However, the developer is willing to accommodate a retail tenant that needs more space by removing additional units. The retailer requesting more space would be responsible for financing the expansion.

While this is not the desired outcome, I believe the community can still work to get a retailer of their choosing into the space. I have been talking to several residents who have already started to create list of possible retailers for the site.

I want to invite the broader community to participate in this discussion and share their ideas for possible tenants. Once we agree on a type of retailer we can work on  luring a specific one to the site.

Feel free to share your ideas here or email me directly.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

ANC5C Special Meeting Agenda 6/5/11

Special ANC5C Meeting 6/5/11 7-9pm

ANC 5C will be holding a special meeting on Tuesday, July 5, at The Summit at St. Martins, 116 T Street NE, from 7-9pm.

 The following Items will be on the agenda. I'll send out the official agenda later.

  • Updates to the PUD Extension Request of 1600 North Capitol
  • Proposed Street Closing- North Capitol Main Street Art Walk
  • Vote on Global Wine's ABRA Application for a Wholesale License


Saturday, June 25, 2011

Black Woman Bike DC Clinic and Ride on MBT Today

This morning I stopped by the Black Woman Bike DC, clinic and ride along the Metropolitan Branch Trail. It was a pleasure to see such a good turnout for the groups 2nd event. I hope many more woman in the community can make it out to their next ride. Here are a few photos from this morning.

Friday, June 3, 2011

5C05 See Click fix Map

MBT Safety Open House 6/22/11

Had enough with crime on the Met Branch Trail?
There are plenty of issues to address:
*** 911 dispatching
*** MPD response
*** Volunteer patrols
*** Lighting
*** Safe behavior to reduce risk
Join us on the evening of Wednesday, June 22 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the S Street pocket park on the trail, at 4th & S Streets NE.
We've invited representatives from MPD, DDOT, and the surrounding neighborhoods to join us - and most importantly, we're inviting you to drop in!
As we all continue to work to make the trail a safer place, let's use the opportunity to meet face-to-face on the trail, share effective strategies and make new allies.
PS: After the open house, head down to NoMa's Summer Screen showing of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, just off the MBT at L and 2nd Streets NE. More info: http://www.nomabid.org/event-info/noma-summer-screen/
PPS: Join Black Women Bike: DC for a ride of the Met Branch Trail a few days later, on Saturday, June 25! More info: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=226868380658025

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Special ANC5C Grant Meeting 5/31/11

R Street Bike Lane Meeting 5/25/11

 R Street Bike Lane Meeting 
Wednesday, June 25, 2011
Harry Thomas Community Service Center
1743 Lincoln Road, NE


This summer DDOT is planning to install bike lanes on R Street from Florida Avenue, NW to the Metropolitan Branch Trail, NE. There will be a informational meeting tomorrow night at the Harry Thomas Community Service Center to give residents the opportunity to discuss the proposal and have their questions answered. Mike Goodno, DDOT Bicycle Program Specialist will be on hand to answer the communities questions.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

4/30/11 SMD Meeting Roundup

Greetings Residents,
As promised, here is a recap of last Saturday's 5c05 single member district meeting. Sorry for the delay. Let me know if you have any questions.

 Invited Guest:

Buwa Binitie & Bo Menkiti (1831 2nd Street Development)
Ramin Bassam (329 Rhode Island Ave)
Stephen Miller ( Metropolitan Branch Trail Update)

1831 2nd Street Development Update-

  • Buwa Binitie and Bo Menkiti presented on behalf of "2nd Street Community Partners"
  • The Development team is comprised of Menkiti Group and Dantes Partners LLC. Both are Ward 5 Businesses.
  • Some of Menkiti Groups' recent projects include. The Drew 3318 Sherman Ave, NW and The Ilora 400 Evarts Street NE.
  • A recent project completed by Dantes Partners, is The Residences at Georgia Ave, 4100 Georhia Ave, NW. 
  • The group will be partnering with McKinley Tech and Sasha Bruce YouthBuild during the project.
  • All units will be for sale
  • 35 units total
  • 11 units will be designated as workforce housing, for residents making below 60% AMI. 4 efficiencies & 7 1 bedrooms
  • Affordable units will be priced around $140,000.
  • Prices for market rate units are not available yet.
  • The property has not been transferred over from DHCD yet. Development team hopes to have acquired the property by late summer and begin construction in October. With a completion date near December of 2012.
  • Residents will use current on street parking. There is no space to provide additional parking
  • Most of the outside architecture will remain the same.
  • The development team will be out to additional community meetings as the project progresses.

329 Development Update-

This update will be rescheduled for a later date.

Metropolatin Branch Trail Update-

  • Stephen Miller from Rails to Trails Conservancy gave the update.
  • The trail recently received its second installment of trees through a partnership with local non-profit Casey Trees.
  • A total of 30 trees were planted.
  • Eckington will soon be getting neighborhood specific trail signs. The signs will be posted on lamp post throughout the community and will give cyclist directions to the trail.
  • A photo of the Eckington signs are attached.
  • The MBT 5k will be held on Saturday May, 14th at 8:00am
  • Rails to Trails has partnered with Kaiser to provide a limited number of free adult registrations for Ward 5 Residents. Contact Kelly Pack for more info. kellyp@railstotrails.org or 202.974.5148.
  • Youth under 18 are free.
  • The race is open to runners and walkers of all ages and skill.
  • You can register online at gometbranch.com
Community Discussion on NoMa West Development Retail-

In the weeks leading up to this meeting I received a great deal of emails from residents who were concerned about the dramatic decrease in retail space in the project.  Most residents stated they want to see enough retail space to accommodate a restaurant or tavern. Here are a few comments and questions from the meeting.

  • The 1200 sq ft could be used for a smaller specialty store that offers something other than food.
  • This side of Eckington can sustain it's own restaurant based on the increased density created by the project and the lack of evening offerings in NoMa.
  • What happened to the additional 13,500 sq ft of retail space? How was it transferred throughout the rest of the project? Was it just reduced when the project was scaled down? (These are all questions I hope to have answers to at the next meeting)
  • The community already has enough convenient stores. Why add another one?
  • A convenient store that offered more fresh foods would be ideal.
This is a topic that I will continue to seek the communities input on. It's important that whatever goes into the space, no matter the size. That its something the community wants.

"Commissioner at Your Door" to kick off soon-

Over the next few weekends I will be out knocking on 5c05 residents doors to hear their concerns and to continue building the partnerships that will continue to make our community a safer, happier and healthier place to live. I will be posting a schedule to this list and on my blog.

Meeting was adjourned at 10:17 am.

Tim Clark
Commissioner, 5C05
Blog: http://anc5c05.blogspot.com/

Friday, April 29, 2011

11th Street Bridge Project Employment Opportunities

Department of Transportation


Please share with your constituents.

Skanska Facchina  is seeking qualified applicants to IMMEDIATELY fill openings for the following positions at 11th Street Bridge project in Washington DC.

Þ   Brick layer/Mason
Þ   AWS Certified Welder
Þ   Equipment Operators

Qualified candidates should forward your resume to Nyime Brown, at Nyime.Brown@skanska.com or deliver to Skanska/Facchina, A Joint Venture,
1301 M Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003, no later  than Wednesday, May 4,2011.

If you have additional questions, contact Nyime Brown at 202-484-2330 ext 162.

Linda A. Fennell, MPP
District Department of Transportation
Business Opportunity  and Workforce Development
2311 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE
Washington, DC  20020
Telephone: (202) 645-8620
Fax:  (202) 645-0366
Mobile:  (202)  359-3005

Thursday, April 28, 2011

SMD Meeting This Saturday

I want to remind everyone that I will be holding a single member district meeting this Saturday April, 30. We will be discussing several ongoing and upcoming developments and addressing recent crime concerns. This will be a great opportunity to meet your fellow neighbors and share your concerns with me, your commissioner.

In addition to this meeting I will be kicking off my 'Commissioner at Your Door' series. Over the next few weekends I will be out in the community knocking on every door in 5C05.  I will be discussing the issues that mean the most to you as a resident. While I value the connections I've made with many of you through list serves and social media, the best way to stay in touch with the area I serve is being out on the street. I will post a schedule with locations soon. I'm looking forward to having some great discussions with you all. By the way, I like extra cold lemonade.

This Saturday's meeting agenda is below.

ANC 5C05

Single Member District Meeting

Saturday April 30, 2011 9:00am- 10:30am

First New Hope Baptist Church
1818 3rd Street NE
Washington, D.C 20002


Greetings and Introductions

1831 2nd Street Development Update -Buwa  Binitie & Bo Menkiti

329 Rhode Island Ave Development Update - Ramin Bassam

Metropolitan Branch Trail Update- Stephen Miller

NoMa West Retail Discussion

Community Concerns        (Please limit all comments to 60 seconds)

Meeting Adjourned 10:30am

Tim Clark
Commissioner, 5C05

Monday, April 25, 2011

Single Member District Meeting Agenda 4/30/2011


Please join me for our second 5C05 SMD meeting this coming Saturday. Agenda below.


ANC 5C05

Single Member District Meeting

Saturday April 30, 2011 9:00am- 10:30am

First New Hope Baptist Church
1818 3rd Street NE
Washington, D.C 20002


Greetings and Introductions

1831 2nd Street Development Update -Buwa  Binitie & Bo Menkiti

329 Rhode Island Ave Development Update - Ramin Bassam

Metropolitan Branch Trail Update- Stephen Miller

NoMa West Retail Discussion

Community Concerns        (Please limit all comments to 60 seconds)

Meeting Adjourned 10:30am

Tim Clark
Commissioner, 5C05

Friday, April 22, 2011

NoMa West Construction Issues

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C
Single Member District 5C05

April 22, 2011
Dear Resident,

It has been brought to my attention that several homes in close proximity to the NoMa West project, located at Eckington Place and Harry Thomas Way, are being adversely affected by the large construction vehicles traveling throughout the neighborhood to access the site. This along with several complaints of early start times has prompted me to investigate the complexity and extent of construction related problems in the community so they can be immediately resolved.

During the PUD amendment process the developer and Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C agreed to a construction management plan that gives specific guidelines for work hours and construction traffic. The Developer is well aware of these guidelines and should be instructing the workers to abide by them at all times. A copy of the construction management plan is attached.

If you have concerns or questions related to the construction on this site please notify me immediately.
Tim Clark
Commissioner, 5C05

October 2,2007

NoMa West Residential I, LLC (the "Applicant") seeks to mitigate any adverse impact
on the surrounding neighborhood resulting from construction activity related to the Applicant's
plans to construct a planned unit development consisting of approximately 600 residential units
at the corner of Harry Thomas Way and Eckington Place (the "Project").
1. Communication.

a. Neighborhood Contact Person. The commissioner for Advisory Neighborhood
Commission 5C05 (the "Neighborhood Contact Person"), shall represent the surrounding
community during construction of the Project. In the event that the seat for said single member
district is vacant, the chairperson for Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C (the "ANC"),
shall serve as the Neighborhood Contact Person during the construction of the Project. The
name and telephone number of the Neighborhood Contact Person shall be conspicuously posted
on the Applicant's property, and shall be readily available to members of the community. The
Neighborhood Contact Person shall be available to receive complaints or other communications
from the community regarding the construction of the Project and disseminate information from
the Applicant and/or Applicant's Representative to the community. The Neighborhood Contact
Person shall have the pertinent contact information for the Applicant's Representative (described
below), including cell numbers and beeper numbers, as appropriate, and contact information in
case of emergency during hours in which no construction activity is occurring.
b. Applicant's Representative. The Applicant shall designate a representative
("Applicant's Representative") to be the key contact for the ANC and the Neighborhood
Contact Person during construction of the Project.
The Applicant's Representative shall have a local office and shall be accessible during
business hours via telephone (including voicemail), email, letter or facsimile to receive
complaints or other communications from the Neighborhood Contact Person or the ANC during
construction of the Project. The name and telephone number of the Applicant's Representative
shall be conspicuously posted on the Applicant's property and shall be readily available to
members of the community.

c. Duties of the Applicant's Representative. The Applicant's Representative or
his/her designee shall coordinate with the Neighborhood Contact Person to answer questions and
receive comments about the site activities, address any concerns members of the community
might have throughout the construction process, and the Applicant's Representative shall have
authority to promptly remedy violations of this Development and Construction Management
Plan and enforce its provisions. The Applicant's Representative or his/her designee shall:

(i) receive notice of violations of this Development and Construction
Management Plan from the Neighborhood Contact Person;

(ii) respond as soon as possible to the Neighborhood Contact Person regarding
any reported violations of this plan;
October 2,2007

(iii) act to remedy the violation within a reasonable time period and based on
the severity of the alleged violation; and

(iv) advise the Neighborhood Contact Person within a reasonable time period
of the remedy and time frame for curing the violation(s).

d. Resume Bank. The Applicant's Representative and/or the Neighborhood Contact
Person shall maintain a resume bank for members of the community to submit resumes for
potential employment on this Project and future projects of the Applicant in the District of
Columbia and surrounding jurisdictions. The Applicant encourages the submission of resumes
of architects, project managers, and other real estate professionals, in addition to resumes of
tradesmen and construction workers.

2. Construction. The Applicant shall require its personnel and vendors, including supply
and service vendors, comply with all applicable District of Columbia Municipal Regulations
relating to hours of work, noise, dirt, trash, and public health and safety. The following is a
discussion of construction-related issues and shall be binding on the Applicant, its subcontractors
and any successors and/or assigns of the Applicant.

a. Permits. The Applicant shall secure all permits required to complete the Project.
All plans and permits shall be on-site, as required under the District of Columbia Construction

b. Site Management.

(i) The Applicant shall erect and maintain construction fencing and
barricades in order to secure the site during construction. The Applicant
and its contractors shall work with the Department of Consumer and
Regulatory Affairs to maintain temporary storm water management
systems throughout the Project's construction, until such time as the
permanent facilities are constructed, approved and functioning such that
there are no adverse water impacts on the adjacent neighborhood.

(ii) The Applicant shall maintain a low-level of security lighting on its
Property during the construction of the Project. These lights shall be
sufficient to provide necessary security and to comply with federal and
municipal safety standards.

(iii) Subject to District of Columbia approval, the Applicant shall attempt to
locate the construction trailer(s) so as to minimize impacts on adjacent

c. Cleanliness. The Applicant shall remove rubbish and construction debris from its
property on a routine basis during the construction of the Project. In addition, the Applicant shall
monitor and police the construction site to ensure cleanliness of the site. All excavation or back
fill trucks shall be covered before proceeding from the Applicant's property onto city streets.
Portable latrines shall be located to minimize impacts upon adjacent properties.
October 2, 2007

d. Work Hours.
(i) The normal construction work week shall be Monday through Friday,
from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
and on a limited basis as required to meet development schedules on
Sunday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. All trucks for delivery of materials,
construction or otherwise, shall arrive, depart and operate on the
Applicant's property only during the foregoing hours. There shall be no
queuing of construction related vehicles or arrival of workers more than
thirty (30) minutes prior to stated work hours,

(ii) The Applicant shall make good faith efforts to limit work that is likely to
disturb the residents of the adjacent neighborhoods to weekdays, except
where limitations on work during the week require work on Saturdays and
Sundays to meet the requirements of construction teams for a 40-hour
work week or to maintain the Project's development schedule.

(iii) The Applicant shall not permit any activity on the Applicant's property
that requires the movement of heavy vehicle traffic or other significant
traffic, to or from, the Applicant's property or which generates sound
levels in excess of sixty decibels (60 db) or otherwise is likely to
significantly disturb the residents of the adjacent neighborhoods prior to
7:00 AM or after 7:00 PM on weekdays and prior to 8:00 AM or after 4:00
PM on weekends.

e. Contractors and Subcontractors. The Applicant shall require that all
contractors and subcontractors and vendors doing business on the Project be contractually
required to follow the terms of, and comply with, the policies set forth in this Development and
Construction Management Plan.

f. Traffic, Loading, and Parking.
(i) Truck queuing and routing shall be coordinated with the District
Department of Transportation and adjacent property owners.

(ii) The Applicant shall use its best efforts to ensure that construction related
traffic does not travel on R, Quincy, or Q Streets N.E. (not including the
future Q Street Extension) or impede rush hour traffic on Eckington Place
and Florida Avenue. A flagperson shall be assigned to expedite
movement of construction related traffic if any consistent traffic backups
occur on any of these streets.

(iii) No construction vehicles shall be parked on the surrounding residential

Eckington Service Request