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19 February 2002 | Approved: 21 March 2002

Washington Grove’s Historic Preservation Commission held its second meeting on February 19, 2002. Members present were Clare Cavicchi, Bob Booher, Larry French, David Neumann, and Chris Kirtz [designee]. A quorum — with all members present — was declared and the meeting commenced.

After approving the minutes of the previous meeting, the Commission discussed and agreed upon the importance of preserving the prior work of the Historic Preservation Study Group and the desirability of establishing a web page to so do.

Then the Commission discussed the critical importance of delineating the mechanics and timing of how its work and the time it will have to accomplish it meshes with applications flowing to and from the Town Planning Commission. John McClelland, Chair of the TWG Planning Commission, who we had invited to join us, was unable to attend due to a conflict with a meeting of the TWG Planning Commission. We have invited him to join us at our next meeting on March 21st so we can hear his views.

Then the Commission discussed the critical importance of delineating the mechanics and timing of how its work and the time it will have to accomplish it meshes with applications flowing to and from the Town Planning Commission. John McClelland, Chair of the TWG Planning Commission who we had invited to join us, was unable to attend due to a conflict with a meeting of the TWG Planning Commission. We have invited him to join us at our next meeting on March 21st so we can hear his views.

Clare Cavicchi agreed to cull through the Categories and Inventory of Grove houses that the Heritage Committee had already prepared and see what of it we could use in developing our criteria and classifications.

David Neumann volunteered to write a letter to Steven Spurlock, Chairman of Montgomery County’s HPC thanking him for his letter in support of an effective buffer zone between the Grove and the proposed Casey field development.

The HPC will meet again at the Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21st.

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