UPDATE: The plans for 3535 Clipper Rd will not be reviewed at the September 8 hearing as previously announced. The developer is reviewing CHAP input for height and mass and will reschedule at a later date.
Original post- The development team for Kathy Jenning will present their concept for the 3rd lot on Clipper Road. This is the metal building lot. “The hearing will chiefly be about height, massing, and scale, which is how CHAP handles large new construction. The finer design details and materials are reviewed at subsequent hearings”. Below are links to the presentation and instructions on how to log into the hearing.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation will present their concept and take your questions and comments for traffic calming along Druid Park Drive at the Parkdale and 41st intersections. Your voice is important. Please join us for this important update. Click here to see the full version of the plans.
Baltimore City DOT/WCA Virtual Meeting using Webex Wednesday, September 16th 7 pm
At this point in the WCA timeline for filling positions on the Board, we must first address the vacancies at the top: the positions of Officers of the Board. These are President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Our State charter requires the minimum of President, Secretary and Treasurer or the organization is forfeited.
Therefore, prior to soliciting candidates to supplement community work, enhance opportunities for volunteers and support the overall workload of the Officers of the Board, we must first determine who will lead the organization.
The $5,000 Hampden Woodberry Medfield Livable Neighborhoods Grant is now open for applications. Past grant awards within Woodberry were awarded for repair of the Welcome to Woodberry sign, a RotoTiller for the Rockrose City Garden and landscaping at the Zen Garden. Applications are due on August 31, 2020. Projects must be located within Woodberry, Hampden, or Medfield and address a community enhancement project. See the guidelines here or at the link below for more details.
The Woodberry Community Association hosts its July meeting on Thursday the 16th, 7pm online via Zoom (from computer or call-in).
Register here to receive the link to Thursday’s meeting.
When you register, you will be able to join from a computer or by dialing in to the meeting. For any questions about joining the meeting, or becoming a WCA member, email WCA Secretary Tracey Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update on the proposed development of the Schenuit property
In preparation for the April WCA Annual Meeting, we seek applications for Officer and Director positions for the WCA Board. Please consider taking an active role in community affairs and use your interests and expertise for the betterment of Woodberry.
Applications can be submitted through Sunday, Feb. 16. and will be published to the community prior to our March 11th meeting. At the March meeting applicants will have an opportunity to address the community and take questions.