A regular meeting of the Wilde Lake Village Board was called to order by Laura Torres, Vice-Chair, on March 4, 2019 at 6:35pm at Slayton House, Columbia, Maryland. Members present were Kevin McAliley, Chair (arrived at 6:50pm); Laura Torres, Vice Chair; Mary Calder; Bess Caplan; Stephen Mowatt; Nancy McCord, Columbia Council Rep; Kristin Shulder, Village Manager; and Carole Black, Board Secretary. Also present were Milton Matthews, President/CEO, Columbia Association, Ned Howe, David Stembel, Enterprise Homes, Inc, Genie Wessel, WL Representative to CA Senior Advisory Committee, Carl McKinney, Covenant Advisor; residents Joel Hurwitz, Mel Marcus, Ginger and Tom Scott, Julian Levy, Liz Bobo, Lloyd Knowles, MaatenRe Ramin; Steve Ingby, Harper’s Choice Village Manager, Brent Smith, owner of Feet First, and Ginnie Gick, Howard County Council District 4 Aide; and Carl McKinney, Covenant Advisor.
Mr. Mowatt made a motion, seconded by Ms. Calder, to approve the agenda for March 4, 2019. All in favor.
Ms. Caplan made a motion, seconded by Ms. Calder, to approve the minutes of February 4, 2019. All in favor.
Mr. Matthews provided a presentation about the proposal to change the designation of Columbia Association to a Community Benefit Association. After the presentation, the Board and residents asked questions about the process.
Mr. Howe presented a new proposal for the redevelopment of Roslyn Rise. The new proposal would extend out to CA open space towards the tunnel. In order to do this, CA would have to give them authorization to extend out to this area. Mr. Howe was asking the Board for support to do this.
Ms. Wessel provided updates on the Committee’s activities and meeting schedule.
She encouraged everyone to nominate someone for the 40 Fabulous Residents in honor of the 40th anniversary of Wintergrowth.
Request for Letter of Support: Enterprise Homes
Discussion: Neighbor Notification for Application for Exterior Alteration
FY 2018 Third Quarter Financial Report
Donations to Wilde Lake Schools
Discussion- Proposed Legislation: Community Benefit Association
Plastic Bag Legislation
Columbia Council Rep: no report..
AC Liaison: Ms. Calder reported that there were 2 applications, one was approved and one disapproved.
Education: no report
Health and Wellness: Ms. Torres urged support for the Feet First Fun Run.
Wilde Lake CARES: Ms. Caplan reported that there will be a cleanup on March 30. They will meet at the bottom of the dam at the bridge.
Neighborhood Reps: No report.
Manager: Ms. Shulder reminded the Board that the nomination period ends on March 13.
Chair: Mr. McAliley presented the list of village priorities at the Howard County budget hearing.