PREVIEW: Greater Timonium Community Council September Meeting
Public safety, rezoning, legislative summer recap and Hurricane Irene are all topics to be discussed this evening at the Cockeysville Library.
The Greater Timonium Community Council will resume its monthly meetings tonight after a two-month hiatus.
Hot topics on tonight's agenda include the effects of Hurricane Irene, a recap of legislative activity over the summer, the public safety report, and a what-to-expect timeline of rezoning.
Here is the breakdown:
- Treasurer's and Membership Report
- Public Safety Report from Precinct 7. (Remember you can always check out weekly Crime Log for updates of major incidents reported from around town.)
- Comprehensive Rezoning Process: A timeline and what to expect. (We'll be sure to update our audience on this in the morning.)
- What You May Have Missed Over the Summer:
- Rule 1300- The Use of School Facilities
- Future Changes to the School Board
- Zoning Variances
- Local legislation affecting our communities
(Rule 1300 has been heavily opposed by vocal Lutherville-Timonium residents. GTCC president Eric Rockel told me that he was a little more than disappointed by the latest developments regarding changes to the Baltimore County School Board. And, as always, associate regional editor Bryan P. Sears continues to follow Baltimore County politics.)
- How Did We Fare from Hurricane Irene? (Patch Answer: Could have been better. But we'll see what the council has to say tonight and let you know in the morning.)
- New Business
The meeting will take place this evening at 7 p.m. at the Cockeysville Branch Library.