Please join Councilman Leon Pinkett and the Woodberry Community Association for a presentation by the Development Team of Valstone Properties, owners of the commercial properties at Clipper Mill. At this meeting we will learn the plan/concept for the development of additional commercial properties at Clipper Mill
Shiloh United Church will host our community meeting and has offered the use of the sanctuary. We ask that you refrain from bringing water and/or beverages.
Regards, The Woodberry Community Association
Meet in Woodberry Park (the amphitheater) at 9am to tackle some beautification projects or to receive supplies to collect litter. WCA representatives will be in the park until 1pm. “Problem Spots” that would benefit from a dedicated volunteer effort: The Woodberry Sign, Rockrose Park, Rockrose Ave at the cable anchor, and the trees and vines on the north side of Girard.
Students, earn your community service hours here! We can also help you apply for water bill credits that the city provides to Clean-Up Volunteers.
To register for Clean-up activities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenspring Realty Partners has recently purchased the two large warehouses in the Union Ave complex. Currently those properties are designated I-2, which could accommodate industries using heavily pollutants. GreenspringRP is requesting that we support a change to I-MU (Industrial Mixed Use) which better supports the mix of tenants currently leased and several that are looking to lease, but also offer retail.
Unfortunately the Schenuit Rubber Tire warehouse remains unsold.
Please join us for this important Q & A session.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017.
7:00 PM WJZ Conference Room
Guest presentation will be Union Brewing who will be sharing their expansion news.
Tri-Community Pepsi meeting
Monday, October 17, 7pm
Roosevelt Rec Center, 1221 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
This is an important meeting to share your thoughts with Councilman Mosby about the future zoning use for the Pepsi property – Industrial or one of the TransForm Baltimore zoning codes.
Previous meetings and emails indicate that our neighborhood does not want an Industrial designation for that location. We have input that information to the Land & Use Committee. Hampden and Medfield continue to explore options and the fate of the property’s use remains undecided and may by default remain Industrial.
The meeting will not cover design plans or traffic studies specific to the location. Without a designation, design & studies would be premature. Rather a presentation is anticipated on Transform designations that would fit the location and preliminary traffic impact for each category, per City standards. The joint Boards of Hampden, Medfield and Woodberry have asked for a Power Point presentation and one that would also include key points of consideration previously requested of the Owner/Developer, Himmelrich Associates.
If you want a voice in what is happening in Woodberry, this would be an important meeting to attend.