Comprehensive zoning issues and the proposal to build a school at Mays Chapel Park will lead the topics for discussion tonight at the Greater Timonium Community Council's March meeting. (See the full agenda below.)
The council is composed of community leaders across the Lutherville-Timonium and Cockeysville area. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the Baltimore County Public Library - Cockeysville Branch.
Michael's Café, Sterling Chemical and Ocean Pride Seafood have been added to the list of recent zoning issues, according to tonight's agenda. In new business, the council will discuss the issue of deer hunting on public land, which has been a point of contention in recent months for area residents.
Tonight's featured guest is Sheriff R. Jay Fisher
Patch will be covering the meeting and providing updates on pertinent issues in the coming days.
Agenday for tonight's meeting, from the GTCCinc.org website:
|2. Membership and Treasury Update|
|3. Featured Guest: Sheriff R. Jay Fisher|
|4. Recap of Planning Board Hearing on Comprehensive Rezoning Issues|
|5. May Chapel School Site|
|6. Recent Zoning Issues:|
|a. Michaels Cafe|
|b. Sterling Chemical|
|c. Ocean Pride Restaurant|
|7. New Business|
|a. Deer Hunting on Public Land|
|b. Mercantile Exposition Overlay District|