Report of the Meeting
Community Council of the Sandy Spring Neighborhood
Held Jan. 31, 1941
The President called the meeting to order and the Secretary read the minutes of the December Meeting.
He then read the correspondence. The resignation of Mr. MacReynolds being tabled.
It was moved, seconded and carried that the Secretary write each delinquent member reminding them of their failure to attend and if possible find out the reasons for this failure.
The Utilities Committee was asked to study the rates of the two companies supplying this neighborhood with electricity and also to investigate the telephone rates to see if there is a chance of their being lowered.
The Legislative Committee was asked to study the proposed anti-fireworks bill now before the legislature.
It was reported that Dr. Ellicotts nursing program is expanding and the Committee on Health and Village Improvement was asked to bring in a report on this work at the February meeting.
The School Building program is apparently not yet definitely decided but our School Committee is watching developments.
The Committee on Zoning distributed copies of the Zoning regulations for this area. Copies of these regulations are being sent members under separate cover. This Committee also reported that the amp for this area is as yet not finished but that the commercial areas will be one of the least possible size and that all of the rest of the area will be zoned Residential "A".
The meeting adjourned,
John T. Bancroft,
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