Glover Park Government
ANC 3B01 Lavezzo is one of a number of candidates who, in addition to living in a multi-unit building and and desiring more of them in his neighborhood, is supportive of a protected bike lane along New Mexico Avenue, from American University to Georgetown.
Chairwoman ANC 3B02 Jackie Blumenthal has served on the Commission since 2009, focusing on a wide range of issues. She served as Chairman from 2014-2017. Previously she was the President of the Glover Park Citizens’ Association for three terms. She works as a direct-mail fundraising consultant.
Secretary ANC 3B03 Melissa Lane is a staff associate for information management at the National Science Foundation. She has a degree in political science from American U. and an MA in science and tech from George Washington U.
ANC 3B06 "We need strong oversight that will hold leaders accountable for incompetence & corruption and we must match progressive rhetoric with action and get serious about affordability."
ANC 3B04 Kevin served as the Energy Branch Chief in the White House Office of Management and Budget, Director of the Sustainability Performance Office at the Department of Energy, and as Subcommittee Staff Director for the House of Representatives’ Committee on Science and Technology. He has expertise in energy technologies, science policies, as well as Federal budgeting, appropriations, credit, and regulatory processes.
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Advisory Neighborhood Commission
Glover Park's Advisory Neighborhood Commission is ANC3B, covering the neighborhoods of Glover Park and Cathedral Heights. The ANC's advise the DC government " ... on matters of public policy including decisions regarding planning, streets, recreation, social services programs, health, safety, and sanitation in that neighborhood commission area." (D.C. Code, Section 1-251(c)(1))
The ANC holds its regular public meetings each month (except August) at the Stoddert Elementary School and Glover Park Community Center at 4001 Calvert Street NW, to discuss and vote on issues affecting the citizens within their geographic area. Meetings usually take place the second Thursday of each month.
Glover Park Citizens' Association
The GPCA holds "town meetings" for the citizens of Glover Park and advises the ANC3B about matters concerning the neighborhood. Meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of each month (no meeting in June, July August or December) at 7:00 pm at Stoddert Elementary School, 4001 Calvert Street, NW.
GPCA Membership (annual):
Residents: $20 per person, or $35 per couple
Non-residents: $20 individual
Senior Citizen: $15