|Standing Committee Chairs and Descriptions|
Formulates the Society’s budget for the upcoming year—based on the previous year’s budget and actual expenditures, requests of committee chairs, and estimates of anticipated income.Supports office systems, including IT.
Planning: Monte Edwards
Develops and implements plans for Capitol Hill which retain and enhance its unique character as a historic urban community.
Plans and conducts community outreach activities to introduce CHRS and its programs to the broad Capitol Hill community, such as participation in Market Day, Barracks Row Day, the Ward 6 Picnic, Walk-To-School Day and other events.
Provides a Society focus and support for Capitol Hill community and local economic development issues and for rational commercial development on the Hill; offers resources, continuity, and expertise to development- and business-related issues.
Addresses environmental issues affecting the Historic District, from trees to traffic, trash to buses, parking to sidewalks.
Evaluates and makes recommendations on annual grants that CHRS makes the worthwhile community projects.
Advises the Historic Preservation and Review Board on new construction and changes to the exteriors of buildings in the Historic District; educates residents of Capitol Hill about the Historic District; gives advice to residents and businesses requesting it prior to permit applications.
Committee Members:Georgina Ardalan, Judith Capen, James Dean, Donna Hanousek, Laura Jeffords, Marisa Lewis, Stephen Morris, Michael Singer and Drury Tallant
|House and Garden Tour: Janet Quigley and Michelle CarrollSelects houses, plans, promotes, and manages the annual Mother’s Day Capitol Hill House and Garden Tour.|
|Membership: Michelle Carroll Increases participation in CHRS through membership drives and promoting CHRS at community events.|
Plan, write and edit the monthly News.
Maintain website: WWW.CHRS.ORG
Evaluates and makes recommendations on the impact of city and federal transportation proposals and initiatives on the residential character of Capitol Hill.
|Zoning: Gary Peterson
Preserves the residential character of Capitol Hill and sees that the DC Zoning RegulatioWns are properly applied.
Bill Crews, Mark Eckenwiler, Dave Powell, Pat Quinn, John Smeltzer, James Taylor
Database of Historic Building Permits in Capitol Hill
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