A regular meeting of the Wilde Lake Village Board was called to order by Kevin McAliley, Chair,on November 5, 2018 at 7:35pm at Slayton House, Columbia, Maryland. Members present were Kevin McAliley, Chair; Laura Torres, Vice Chair; Mary Calder; Bess Caplan Stephen Mowatt; Kristin Shulder, Village Manager; and Carole Black, Board Secretary. Nancy McCord, Columbia Council Rep was absent. Also present were Carl McKinney, Covenant Advisor; Steven Campbell; Linda Lo Cascio and Antony Justin, Howard Hughes Corporation; Patrick Croushler, Aiesha Stover, Kori Jones, BWES PTA; Toyette Sullivan, WLMS Performing Arts Boosters.
Mr. McAliley received a note from a resident from Cross Fox Condos regarding parking problems along Cross Fox Lane during tennis season. Ms. Shulder will contact HC Traffic Engineering to see what the options are to help ease this problem.
There was a brief post discussion of the community meeting on the proposed multi-use path on Twin Rivers Road.
Request for 15-Day Notice and ARC Resolution: 10538 Jason Lane
Request for Donation: BWES PTA
Representatives from the BWES PTA requested funds for provide dinners for the school’ staff during parent-teacher conferences.
Request for Donation: WLMS Performing Arts Boosters
Toyette Sullivan, representing the Boosters, requested funds for a special musical performance for the students.
New Benefits for Part-time Employees
2019 Holiday Schedule
Discussion: Sponsorship Requests
Discussion: Gender Neutral Sign for Family/Handicapped Bathroom
Education: Ms. Calder proposed a donation for the Blessings in a Backpack program at Running Brook Elementary.
Health and Wellness: Ms. Torres thanked everyone for their attendance at the Opioid Forum.
Wilde Lake CARES: Ms. Caplan reported on the community cleanup in September.
Neighborhood Reps: Mr. Mowatt discussed problems with getting reps. He will look into a posting on Next Door. He has also been in contact with the HOAs, some who have a position on their board for a neighborhood rep.
Manager: Ms. Shulder will invite PFC Borowski to the next Board meeting to discuss the recent car break ins.