Today is the second Thursday of the month and thus the days when the North College Park Community Association will have their monthly meeting. Here is a list of topics they will discuss:
Ass usual, the meeting will start at 7:30 pm at Davis Hall.
Times and topics of this agenda are subject to change. Draft minutes of the January 11, 2018 NCPCA meeting are at www.myncpca.org .
7:30 Call to Order and urgent announcements related to conduct of the meeting; followed by amendments to this draft agenda; and then a motion to approve the agenda for the meeting tonight.
7:35 Update – Reconstruction of Hollywood Park. Work began in January. This update will provide an overview of current status and recap NCPCA recommendations to M-NCPPC in Fall, 2016.
7:40 Presentation – Income Tax Update. Larry Bleau will present information about recent changes to income tax law that may impact current and future income tax returns, followed by member questions.
7:55 Update – New Dog Park. The current status will be presented. Last month, City Manager Scott Sommers presented alternative concepts, and NCPCA approved the resolution shown in the minutes.
8:00 Update – New Amendments to City Charter. Items to be discussed and possibly introduced by the Council on Feb. 6 will be reviewed. Possible NCPCA resolution in ‘New Business’.
8:15 Update – City Budget. An opportunity to ask questions and make suggestions. Bring your ideas and concerns!
8:25 Break & Refreshments. Members are invited to bring something to share as we pause for 10 minutes.
8:35 Discussion – US 1 & Edgewood Road Gridlock. Member discussion of afternoon traffic and ideas for intersection of US 1 & Edgewood Road. Possible NCPCA resolution in ‘New Business’.
8:50 Discussion – Rhode Island Avenue Traffic. Member discussion of traffic problems and ideas for Rhode Island Avenue in North College Park. Possible NCPCA resolution in ‘New Business’.
9:05 Report – New Community Center in North College Park. The current status and recent efforts of the committee established at the December 2017 NCPCA meeting will be presented.