Possible Neighborhood Conservation county-wide changes

June 1, 2016 |

At the May AHCA membership meeting, a representative of the Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Commission (NCAC) presented changes under consideration for the street improvement project approval process. At the risk of oversimplifying, the primary changes are twofold:

  1. Requiring Civic Associations to have a broadly public process and vote (all renters and property owners would be eligible to vote vice just CA members) to select first priority projects for the neighborhood to propose to the NCAC and
  2. Eliminating the current petition process requiring 60% approval of a project by immediately affected neighbors.

The NCAC is seeking feedback from the Civic Associations. No vote on these changes is imminent. Attached are various documents describing these possible changes.

Please note these are overall changes being discussed county-wide. AHCA has independently been considering revising and better documenting the process for nominating possible projects within the neighborhood. We will be posting a revised version of that proposal in the near future.

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