2017 Year in Review

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End of Year Update

Sorry it has taken me so long to send this update.  November and December turned out to be very busy months!  If you would like weekly updates of activities in our area please sign up for the Cheverly Parents Resources Center's weekly events newsletter.
Cheverly Sector Plan Update(from News & Alerts)
On Thursday December 21st the Planning Board decided to make the recommendation to "deny" the inclusion of the proposed Map Amendment into the Cheverly Sector Plan. Yay!! 

The Planning Board received analysis from Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission of the public testimony, verbal and written, prior to making their decision. There were over 630 statements made regarding the Map Amendment, all but one was in opposition.  That means that approximately 10% of Cheverly's total population provided comment.  

The schedule for a final decision from the District Council remains the same: 
1) Transmission of Recommendation to District Council  (12/27) 
2) Official receipt of recommendation by  District Council (1/9)
3) Earliest Possible decision by District Council (1/23) 
Climate Change Resolution(link)
The Council voted unanimously to support the Climate Change Resolution.
Traffic Study
As you may know the council approved the funding for a traffic engineer to study the flow of traffic around the two schools in Cheverly.  The engineers will be coming to the January 25th worksession.  Please come to provide input to the process!
Cheverly Trust Act(link)
The Non-Intervention Ordinance is currently before the council and has gone through two readings.  We will be voting on it at our January 11th Town Meeting.  Please come if you'd like to say something about this proposal
Feral Cats
The Cheverly animals group is moving forward and creating a map of feral cats around town.  Please email me at bethpmackenzie@gmail.com  if you'd like the cats around your home listed on the map.  Please include approx # of cats and if they are ear tipped or not.
Playground Initiatives
-The council is currently considering a proposal to update a playground to be fully accessible for people with disabilities.
-The council is also considering a proposal to make our parks and playgrounds smoke free.
Police Updates
The Cheverly PD hosted Cops, Kids and families last weekend and thanks to so many generous donations they were able to expand the number of families served.
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