The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) will hold a virtual meeting at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28.
On the agenda is a discussion of COVID restrictions at the Market, including a possible return to normal operating hours. The meeting will also discuss the status of the conflict resolution proposal in regard to South Hall Merchant leases, as well as plans for the Holiday Market.
The EMCAC Nominations and Credentials Committee will also give a report as EMCAC elects officers. Election is by simple majority of the standing EMCAC members. Nominations were received prior to Oct. 20.
EMCAC is the District’s legislatively established body entrusted with advisory and oversight responsibilities for the operations, management and renovation of Eastern Market. Current members include representatives from ANC6B, Capitol Hill Restoration Society, Capitol Hill Association of Merchants, Eastern Market Preservation and Development Corporation, Stanton Park Neighborhood Association, a community representative, Ward 6 Council Office, the Mayor and representatives from the South Hall, Farmer’s Line and non-food merchants at the Market.
The community is welcome at all EMCAC meetings, which are usually held on the last Wednesday of each month in the North Hall at Eastern Market at Seventh Street at North Carolina Avenue SE. Due to COVID 19 they are being held virtually until further notice.