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ANC 7F Monthly Meeting - September 20 via Zoom

Next Date: 
Repeats every month on January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, December on the third Tuesday 48 times except Tue Jun 21 2022. Also includes Tue Jul 27 2021, Tue Jun 28 2022.
Tuesday, October 18, 2022 - 6:30pm

100 Stoddert Place, SE
Benning Stoddert Recreation Center


7F Virtual Public Meeting via Zoom
September 20, 2022 at 6:30 pm
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Meeting ID: 860 8001 1146
Passcode: 342575

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The meeting will be streamed via YouTube on 7F’s YouTube channel:

The agenda will be available during the meeting via presentation.

The Commission has invited the following guests:

Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee, Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools
Michelle J. Walker-Davis, Executive Director, DC Public Charter School Board
Anthony Hales, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bayne, LLC
Tanya Powell, Program Analyst - Community Engagement Division, Ward 7, District Department of Transportation
Tony Dugger, Adjudication Ombudsman, DC Department of Motor Vehicles 
Pete Kalamoutsos, Marcus Allen, Shawn Townsend, Matthew Cronin - Broccoli City Fest & Glow Fest 


The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANC) consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods, including traffic, parking, recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, economic development, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, and the District's annual budget. In each of these areas, the intent of the ANC legislation is to ensure input from an advisory board that is made up of the residents of the neighborhoods who are directly affected by government action. The ANCs are the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood. The ANCs present their positions and recommendations on issues to various District government agencies, the Executive Branch and the DC Council. They also present testimony to independent agencies, boards and commissions, usually under rules of procedure specific to those entities. By law, the ANCs may also present their positions to federal agencies.

Tyrell M. Holcomb