Resolution adopted advising PSC to reject Pepco-Exelon acquisition

ANC3B voted 5-0 to adopt a resolution advising the DC Public Service Commission (PSC) to reject the proposed purchase of Pepco by Exelon Corporation, on the basis that the proposal would not benefit Pepco ratepayers and would not be in the public interest. Please click Read more to find the final resolution and other actions Read More»

Request for comments on draft resolution to oppose Pepco-Exelon

At the regular monthly public meeting on February 12, 2015, ANC3B plans to consider a resolution to advise the DC Public Service Commission to reject the proposal for Exelon Corporation to purchase Pepco, the local electricity distribution company for Washington, DC.  Please share comments at the meeting or by email before the meeting. For draft Read More»

ANC 3B Supports Stand-Alone Education Committee in DC Council

On December 10, 2014, amid reports that the DC Council was considering abolishing the Council’s stand-alone Education Committee, ANC 3B voted 4-0 to send a letter to Council Chair Phil Mendelson urging him to retain the Education Committee to deal with schools and other education issues facing the city. To see the signed letter, click Read More»

ANC 3B Discusses Proposed Pepco-Exelon Merger

The primary topic of discussion at the November meeting was the proposed acquisition of Pepco by Exelon, the Chicago-based energy conglomerate. ANC 3B hosted representatives from Pepco and from the Office of People’s Counsel (OPC) to discuss the potential impacts of this acquisition. In their presentation, posted here, OPC described their opposition to the merger Read More»

New Commissioners Elected for the 2015-2016 ANC Term

The District of Columbia held citywide elections on November 4, 2014, including elections for ANC positions. The elected 2015-2016 ANC commissioners will be Jackie Blumenthal (E. Glover Park), Mary Young (Cathedral Heights), Brian Turmail (S. Glover Park), Abigail Zenner (W. Glover Park), and Ann Mladinov (N. Glover Park/S. Cathedral Heights).   These individuals will officially take Read More»

ANC 3B October 2014 Meeting Summary

Retaining our Neighborhood Character Amid Rapid Development: Glover Park is no U Street, but it’s still impossible to miss the changes in our little neighborhood – the new developments on Wisconsin Ave., and the teardowns and renovations of older apartments west of the Avenue. These changes can improve our neighborhood, but they can also bring Read More»

Guy Mason Playground Renovation Update

The DPR October update on the status of the Guy Mason Playground can be found here.  Work is scheduled to be substantially complete by December 19, 2014.

ANC 3B September Meeting Summary

ANC 3B had an action-packed September meeting. We heard from Jarrett Ferrier, who will soon – once the new sidewalks are installed and the stairs are repaired – be able to begin his mural depicting the life of our neighborhood namesake. Charles Carroll Glover, at the bottom of the stairs connecting 37th St. to W Read More»

Guy Mason Playground Renovation to Begin in August 2014

Community outreach for the Guy Mason Playground Renovation wrapped up in early August 2014 with the “Pre-Construction Meeting” held at the recreation center.  Kadcon, the General Contractor, reviewed the logistical plan for keeping the playground area cordoned off for public safety and answered questions about material deliveries, construction timelines, etc.  Bradley Site Design, the Architectural Firm, reviewed Read More»

ANC 3B April 2014 Meeting Summary

The ANC took up several items at its April 10 meeting that show the diverse range of issues and interests in the neighborhood, from schools and trails to sushi and seniors.  The police reported no significant crimes in Glover Park in March, but reminded residents not to leave visible items in their cars and to Read More»