The Candler Park Neighborhood Organization monthly meeting is this Monday, August 15. We'll start with socializing (wine, beer, and snacks) at 6:30 pm and move on to general business at 7 pm.
Reminder, we have child care available!
Plus, THE PORTER BEER BAR will be providing snacks at the meeting. Thanks so much to The Porter for supporting CPNO!
On The Agenda
- Candler Park has been selected by for a park visioning program -- we'll talk about how to participate
- An update on Fall Fest
- Park Pride will come give us an update on their organization
First Existentialist Congregation (470 Candler Park Drive) -- Across from the golf course
August 15th at 6:30 pm (this Monday)
We will vote on one zoning matter: a variance to reduce the setback at 553 Candler Street.
We will also vote on a bylaw change. Article VII, Section 1(c) will be replaced with the following text:
Zoning Committee. There shall be a zoning committee which shall be responsible for reviewing and making recommendations to the neighborhood organization on land use and zoning issues.
All applications for zoning variances, special exceptions, rezonings, liquor license applications or any other zoning matter related to properties within the neighborhood shall be automatically referred to the zoning committee, which shall have the authority to act on behalf of the neighborhood organization with regard to such matters without notice as otherwise required.
The zoning committee shall have no fewer than three members and no more than seven members. The zoning officer shall chair the zoning committee, and the board of directors shall appoint the other committee members. All meetings of the zoning committee shall be open to any member and to nonmembers at the discretion of the chair.
The zoning committee will meet regularly and prior to the monthly CPNO executive meeting, unless the committee chair determines that there are no issues to be addressed at the normally scheduled meeting time. A majority of zoning committee members shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the zoning committee. Any action required or permitted to be taken at a zoning committee meeting may be taken without a physical meeting if the action is taken based on an e-mail vote by at least two thirds of the zoning committee members then in office.