Agenda – June 13, 2019

Agenda Times & Topics are subject to change. Draft minutes of the April 11 and May 9, 2019 NCPCA meetings will be distributed at the meeting and may also be posted at www.myncpca.org

NCPCA Dues. Dues of $10 must be paid to vote for NCPCA officers. We will be collecting dues today and must be paid before meeting begins to be eligible to vote!

7:30 – Call to Order and urgent announcements regarding conduct of meeting, followed by motion to approve the agenda with any changes this evening.

7:35 – Featured Business – Proteus Bicycle. Proteus has relocated to the former Mom’s location in Hollywood Shopping Center on Rhode Island Avenue. Laurie Lemieux will provide an update about new products and services at the new and much larger Proteus location.

7:50 – Beltway Widening Impact on Hollywood & Sunnyside. Representatives of MDOT SHA will present the latest information about the proposed beltway widening project. In info presented to NCPCA on May 9, and in later posts by Councilmember Fazlul Kabir at http://www.kabircares.org/?s=beltway, we learned that this project may remove or significantly impact homes and greenspace in North College Park including Odessa Road, Niagara Road, Ontario Road, and in the wooded area between 52nd Place and Al Huda School along Edgewood Road. In total, as many as 45 homes in North College Park may be at risk, and many other residents may be subject to increased noise and pollution.

8:40 – Break & Refreshments. Members are always welcome to bring something to share, while all of us enjoy a quick break.

8:50 – NCPCA Officer Elections. Members will elect NCPCA President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The nominating committee has identified candidates, and nominations for these offices will also be taken from the floor. Election results will be presented tonight.

9:00 – Approval of Minutes & Officers Reports Minutes of our April 11 and May 9 meetings will be approved, and NCPCA Officers will provide reports.

9:05 – Announcements. Elected officials, members and guests will make announcements of activities and upcoming events of interest.

9:10 – Election Results and Presentation of New NCPCA Officers. Please thank our outgoing officers and welcome our new officers for 2019 – 2020.

9:15 – Business by motion of members, followed by call for new topics for discussion tonight, or for discussion at our next meeting. This is your opportunity to bring up topics of concern and action.

9:30 – Motion to continue our meeting will be in order, otherwise we adjourn at 9:30 and exit the building by 9:45 pm

Agenda – April 11, 2019

Agenda Times & Topics are subject to change.  Draft minutes of the March 14, 2019 NCPCA meeting will be distributed at the meeting and may also be posted at www.myncpca.org

7:30 – Call to Order and urgent announcements regarding conduct of meeting, followed by motion to approve the agenda with any changes this evening.

7:35 – Legislative Wrap-up.  Sen. Jim Rosapepe and Delegates of the Maryland’s 21st Delegation will be visiting with us tonight to present news about this year’s legislative session.

8:00 – City Response to NCPCA Community Center Letter.  The NCPCA letter to Sen. Rosapepe and the City’s response to Sen. Rosapepe will be reviewed.  Questions and discussion with members of the 21st Delegation will follow.

8:30 – Break & Refreshments.  Members are always welcome to bring something to share, while all of us enjoy a quick break.

8:40 – Chick-Fil-A Development Plans.  A proposal for a large restaurant with drive-in lanes near the College Park Veterans Memorial at US 1 and MD 193 Greenbelt Road will be reviewed.  Motion for NCPCA resolution regarding this project is likely afterward questions and answers.

 9:00 – City Budget.  NCPCA priorities were sent to Mayor & Council, and discussions are now underway.  Councilmembers Kabir and Mitchell are hosting a Budget Town Hall Meeting at Davis Hall, Friday April 12, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.  Tonight would be an ideal time for recap and clarification of our concerns.

9:10 – Approval of Minutes, Officers Reports, Nomination Committee Report  Minutes of our March 14 meeting will be approved, and NCPCA Officers will provide reports.  Would you like to serve as President, Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer?  Please let Mary Cook know.  Elections are June 13.

Reminder:  NCPCA Dues of $10 must be paid by June 13 to vote for NCPCA officers.

9:15 – Announcements.  Elected officials, members and guests will make announcements of activities and upcoming events of interest.

9:20 – New Business by motion of members, followed by call for new topics for discussion tonight, or for discussion at our next meeting on May 9, as time allows.  This is your opportunity to bring up topics of concern and possible action.

9:30 – Motion to continue our meeting will be in order, otherwise we adjourn at 9:30 and exit the building by 9:45 pm.

Agenda – May 9, 2019

Agenda Times & Topics are subject to change.  Draft minutes of the April 11, 2019 NCPCA meeting will be distributed at the meeting and may also be posted at www.myncpca.org

7:30 – Call to Order and urgent announcements regarding conduct of meeting, followed by motion to approve the agenda with any changes this evening.

7:35 – Cruz Development – Apartment Building near Branchville Fire Station. Mr. Daniel Lynch will present design concepts for a new apartment building near Branchville Fire Station.  The site is between MD 193 University Boulevard and Branchville Road.  Up to 8 stories of rental apartments are possible.  In previous discussions, approximately 72 units of affordable housing / workforce housing were planned.  This project was discussed by NCPCA once or twice in the past.

8:30 – Break & Refreshments.  Members are always welcome to bring something to share, while all of us enjoy a quick break.

8:40 – Approval of Minutes, Officers Reports, Nomination Committee Report. Minutes of our April 11 meeting will be approved, and NCPCA Officers will provide reports.  The Nominating Committee will also provide an update.

Nominations. Would you like to serve as President, Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer?  Please let Mary Cook know.  NCPCA Elections are June 13. 

Dues. NCPCA Dues of $10 must be paid by June 13 to vote for NCPCA officers.  We will be collecting dues today!

8:50 – Announcements. Elected officials, members and guests will make announcements of activities and upcoming events of interest.

9:00 – New Business by motion of members, followed by call for new topics for discussion tonight, or for discussion at our next meeting on June 13, as time allows.  This is your opportunity to bring up topics of concern and possible action.

9:30 – Motion to continue our meeting will be in order, otherwise we adjourn at 9:30 and exit the building by 9:45 pm.

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Please visit our website at www.myncpca.org for previous agendas, meeting minutes, bylaws and more!   

Membership in NCPCA is open to all adult residents of North College Park, and only members may vote in decisions of the Association.  Please complete the membership form and mail it with your dues payment, or bring dues and payment to a meeting. 

NCPCA meets at Davis Hall, 9217 51st Avenue at 7:30 pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month, except July & August meetings are optional.  Please send questions about NCPCA to johnkrouse@yahoo.com

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NCPCA Agenda for June 10, 2010 meeting

Below is the agenda of the next NCPCA meeting, to be held on Thursday, June 10, 2010, at Davis Hall (see https://myncpca.org/). I am cross posting this to the north-college-park email list since it has items of interest for the general community (marked !).

· Elections of NCPCA officers

· ! Presentation: Community Police Safety Report – Ofc. Sarita

· ! Presentation: The Bamboo Eater (a new business in northern C.P.)

· Housekeeping and Reports (approve minutes, officers reports, committee reports)

· Name tags – discuss a new idea to better identify meeting attendees

· City Councilmember announcements

· ! Legislative Report – members of the 21st District Delegation will attend, speak to residents about what they accomplished in Annapolis this past legislative season

Larry Bleau
NCPCA President
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301-474-1338