CPCA Election Results

At CPCA’s Annual meeting held on Tuesday evening, May 22nd, the Officers were elected by unanimous vote and the At-Large candidates elected by ballots cast.

The officers are:

President, Ruth Caplan
1st Vice President, Jennifer Ward
2nd Vice President, Alice Kelley
Corresponding Secretary, Ann Hamilton
Recording Secretary, Margaret Lenzner
Treasurer, Barr Weiner

The At-Large candidates are:

Phillip Eagleburger
Elizabeth Ferenzci
John Korbel
Hans Miller
Mark Rosenman

In addition, the Resolution on the Comprehensive Plan which stated in part

Therefore, be it Resolved that CPCA has grave concerns regarding the proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and opposes the changes that would render Comprehensive Plan definitions meaningless by removing and obscuring limitations, or simply saying the terms do not need to be honored;
Therefore, be it further resolved that CPCA urges the Council to reject the proposed legislation and to instead ensure that the standards for land use decisions will be clear, predictable, and legally enforceable.

was narrowly defeated.

CPCA ANNUAL MEETING MAY 22


ELECTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS

6:00 PM Doors Open/Members register to vote

6:30 PM – 7:00 PM Board Elections

* Election of Officers (uncontested)

* Election of At-Large Candidates (by paper ballot)

7:00 PM Community Forum (see below)

8:15 PM Members vote on Comprehensive Plan Resolution

Nominating Committee candidates:  Phil Eagleburger, Elizabeth Ferenczi, John Korbel,  Mark Rosenman,  Hans Miller
Petition Candidates: Ellen Herr, Susan Ratigan, Nina Shiffrin
Statements by At-large Candidates

CPCA ANNUAL MEETING

Tuesday, May 22nd
Cleveland Park Congregational Church

6:30 PM Business Meeting
Election of Board/Annual Report/Resolutions

7:00 PM Community Forum
Affordable Housing and the Comprehensive Plan
Panelists:
Earl Williams, President, Federation of Citizen Associations
Nancy MacWood, Chair ANC3C
Cheryl Cort, Policy Director, Coalition for Smarter Growth
Parisa Narouzi, Executive Director, Empower DC

CPCA’s Spring Meeting

2 PM Sunday, April 15th

WHAT ARE CLEVELAND PARK NEIGHBORS
DOING IN THEIR GARDENS?

Rain Gardens….Bay Scaping….Rain Barrels

and why is the city helping with the cost?

LEARN ABOUT DOEE’S RIVER SMART HOMES

in the front yard of Shari Wilson and Hans Miller

3547 Quebec St NW

Followed by self-guided garden tour

A rain barrel will be raffled off at the end of the DOEE presentation

Children welcome!!!

Rain date: April 22