Bob Izzo, Hamden Hall, will discuss expansion plans
Discussion of plans for this year and WCA committees
Roundtable to raise new issues
All Whitneyville residents are members of the WCA, but voting members keep the association vibrant – and we need your participation. Voting memberships renew annually and are $10. Business voting memberships are $20 a year. You can sign up at https://whitneyville.org/join/
Volunteers needed for Music Series:
Looking for a fun and meaningful opportunity to help build community and bring people together? Do you love music? Then join the committee to plan and run the sixth annual Whitneyville Music Series in DeNicola Park to be held in 2020. Without new volunteers, the series cannot continue and these special events will not return next summer.
You can email Deirdre Dolan directly at email@example.com to volunteer or just to learn more about this rewarding and fun opportunity.
Please join us on Thursday, March 21 at 7:00 pm at the Hamden Board of Education, 60 Putnam Avenue, for our next Whitneyville Civic Association meeting. In honor of spring, we will discuss trees — including Bob Pattison (Spring Glen Civic Association) sharing a tree planting proposal and Susan Sternberg discussing Hamden Tree Commission plans for the year. Justin Farmer, our representative on Hamden’s Legislative Council, will also provide an update on the budget process.
Please join us on Thursday, January 17 at 7:00 pm at the Hamden Board of Education, 60 Putnam Avenue, for our next Whitneyville Civic Association meeting. Our local state representative, Mike D’Agostino will discuss the upcoming legislative session and answer your questions.
The Whitneyville Civic Association Annual Meeting is on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Hamden Board of Education, 60 Putnam Avenue. (Parking is available in the lot behind the building.)
The meeting will feature:
Julie Smith, Hamden Arts Commission, Summer Events in Hamden
Mark Austin, Town Engineer, Plan for the Mather & Waite Street Bridges