The ANC 6D held its monthly meeting on Monday, April 13 at 1100 4th St. SW. There was a short agenda with a few notable items. Walter Adams gave a presentation on behalf of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Karl A. Racine. Adams emphasized the importance the office places on community outreach, consumer protection, and affordable housing.
An update was also given on a number of Waterfront Station activities, including a scavenger hunt held on April 25 called “Hunt DC.” Food trucks are in the area the first Wednesday of every month and the farmer’s market is relocating to the vacant lot adjacent to the Waterfront metro station. Jazz on the Waterfront will begin on June 4 and will be held every Thursday from June to September. An officer from the First District MPD also appeared and discussed a shooting and 2nd & I streets, as well as two recent robberies of the CVS on 4th St. SW.
Shawn Seaman provided the quarterly update on the Wharf, with the first phase of the project to be completed in late 2017. Road work is expected to continue for another month and seven cranes will be added to the site in late April. The developers are working with DOES to add construction workers. Interested applicants should visit the trailer on the Wharf site on Wednesdays from 8-10 a.m. The ANC also issued a resolution in response to clean-up efforts at Buzzard Point and to allow bus parking on 2nd St. for Nationals games.