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Next Meeting: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 
MHNA usually meets on the third Tuesday of each month.
2019 Monthly Meetings: 
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Tuesday, July 16 , 2019
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Black Family Reunion Mural, 14th Street & Florida Avenue NW, by Byron Peck. Click on image for street view.

On which days do I set out my recycling and trash for collection?

Photos of the April Spring Beautification Day 



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Thursday
Sep082016

Sept. 20 Monthly Meeting

7pm, downstairs at the Gingras Ecumenical Center (1419 V Street, NW)
Agenda Includes:
 - Upcoming volunteer events.
 - Proposed new Tavern "Franklin Hall" at 1346 Florida Avenue (Manhattan Laundry building); ABRA-103899; possible vote.
 - Bylaws issues.
 - Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) cases: 913 U Street Request for Variance from Arts Overlay 50% Cap; and Republic Gardens (1355-1357 U Street) request for variances from open space, rear yard, open court, and parking requirements.

Friday
Jun172016

CM Nadeau, MPD, at July 19 Monthly Meeting 

Please join us at the MHNA July Monthly Meeting, to be held Tuesday July 19, 2016, 7:00 pm at the Gingras Ecumenical Center (1419 V Street, NW).
Councilmember Brianne Nadeau will join us, and we also will discuss public safety issues, future volunteer events, and other issues of interest to the neighborhood. 
Monthly Meeting Agenda
Tuesday July 19, 2016, 7:00 pm
Gingras Ecumenical Center, 1419 V Street, NW
(1) Introductions / Dues
  - You must be a current dues-paying member to vote in MHNA matters, including officer elections. 
  - You may pay your 2016 dues by credit card via the Paypal link at http://www.meridianhilldc.org/join/, or by cash or check.
(2) Lieutenant Chris Moore, Metropolitan Police Department, Third District—PSA305
(3) Councilmember Brianne Nadeau, Ward 1
(4) Association Business
  - Short- to Medium-Term Goals and Priorities
  - Revisit draft statement of priorities
  - Fundraising
(5) ABRA License Renewals / Updates
  - Mulebone Petition to Terminate SA: update forthcoming
  - New business on Florida Avenue?
(6) New Business / Announcements
  - ABRA training for residents and community organizations, Thursday, July 28; sign-up is open
  - Potential volunteer events: Martha’s Table? Meridian Hill Park?
Thursday
May192016

Special Meeting Called May 26

The Board has called a special meeting May 26, at 7pm, to discuss Mulebone's application to renew its Class C liquor license, to be held in the Union Row condominium building.

Friday
May062016

May 17 Monthly Meeting at Gingras Ecumenical Center 

MHNA May Monthly Meeting
Tuesday May 17, 2016, 7:00 pm
Gingras Ecumenical Center (1419 V Street, NW)

(1) Introductions / Dues
-  You must be a current dues-paying member to vote in MHNA matters, including officer elections.
-  Pay your 2016 dues via Paypal at http://www.meridianhilldc.org/join/, or by cash or check.

(2) Beautification Day Follow-Up

(3) Mission Statement and Goals
-   Short- to Medium-Term Goals and Priorities
-   Revisit draft statement of priorities
-   Fundraising

(4) Mulebone Petition to Terminate SA
 -  License No.: ABRA-078882  (Eatonville)
 -  (Possible Vote)

(5) ABRA License Renewals / Updates
-  Pizzeria Vetri (2221 14th Street, NW); Negotiated Settlement Agreement
-  WeWork (Manhattan Laundry Blg); letter re necessity of license? (Possible Vote)
-  Identify problem establishments

(6) New Business / Announcements
 -  Bus 92 Turn-Around Re-Route Proposal (Florida Ave.)
 -  ABRA training for residents and community organizations, evening of Thursday, July 28

Saturday
Apr232016

MHNA receives award from DPW Director/Beautification Day, April 23, 2016

Today, in a ceremony held at Harrison Park, on the 1300 block of V Street, NW at 10:00am, the Meridian Hill Neighborhood Association received a Helping Hands award from District of Columbia Department of Public Works Director Christopher Shorter.  Then twenty residents braved a steady rain while they gathered trash from sidewalks, streets and yards, spread mulch, and weeded.  Thank you to everyone who joined us this morning.  

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