basement of Whitneyville United Church of Christ
1253 Whitney Ave
- Special election of officers
- Whitneyville round-table
- followed by speaker: Leslie Creane, Hamden Town Planner
Ms. Craene will discuss the Plan of Conservation & Development (POCD). What positive changes would you like to see in Hamden?
Elections – slate
President: Michael Ross (2015)
Vice-President: Liz Hellwig (2016)
Secretary: Scott Matheson (Corresponding 2015/Recording 2016)
Treasurer: Janet Kazienko (2015)
Garden Club: Patrick Volk (2016)
Moved by Tom Platt, Passed by acclamation.
Leslie Creane, town planner, presented on Plan of Conservation and Development
POCD is the big picture plan / vision
State requires it be updated every 10 years
5 things you like / don’t like exercise – lively discussion
Other ideas, please email email@example.com
Reports and Roundtable
Traffic Bell (Whitney/Putnam)
The bell will return with some flexible yellow bollards around it. The town is reimbursed by the people who hit it (if they are caught).
Parking Lot (Whitney/Ralston)
Two hour parking sign refers to the spaces marked “2 hour” only, the rest of the lot is still available for commuter parking. Question on how to have it changed/balance adjusted.
How to coordinate more community stuff/cooperation, e.g., library garden, tool ending library.
Zipcar type space – perhaps at the church or in the municipal lot.
Sidewalk on Putnam – when can it be completed? When there is money in the town budget (or substantial change in property- otherwise town can’t force landowner).