Save Fort Howard announces Emergency Community Meeting
Posted by Buzz Beeler on 18th January 2017
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January 15, 2014 10:09 pm ET

Folks, it’s the cart before the horse on this one

Source: Save Fort Howard announces Emergency Community Meeting

Save Fort Howard has distributed the following flyer to the community regarding their emergency meeting.  All the details are contained in the flyer.

PUBLIC MEETING                                  

COMMUNITY ALERT

FORT HOWARD VA LEASE DUE FOR FINAL AUTHORIZATION

ON; OR ABOUT; JANUARY 31, 2014

The Veterans Administration (VA) plans to sign FINAL AUTHORIZATION for the Fort Howard Development; LLC.  Enhanced Use Lease (EUL).

The VA has ignored the voice of the Veterans and the People in this critical matter.

The Public at large has been excluded from any direct participation in this Fort Howard EUL Process.

Public Rights for disposal of this Publicly Owned Property have been DENIED AND VIOLATED

TAXPAYER JUST DUE PROCESS has been BYPASSED

The legal LETTER OF THE LAW has not been followed

Save Fort Howard is therefore calling an Emergency Public Information Update Meeting

We strongly urge your attendance to have a say in what action we will pursue to address this unlawful treatment of the Veterans Rights and Property at Fort Howard, Maryland VA Property.

This is a Public Meeting called by the Public; for the Public;

PLEASE ATTEND; YOUR VOICE NEEDS TO BE HEARD !

The Meeting will be conducted as follows:

PLACE: North Point Edgemere Volunteer Fire Hall

             7500 North Point Road

             Edgemere, Maryland  21219

DATE: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

TIME: 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.

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In a followup to my last blog the following e-mail was received form the VA:

Buzz,

The VA has not given the developer the approval yet to move forward with the Fort Howard project, so that is probably why the county has not yet received anything formal from the developer at this time.  After the VA gives the developer the approval to move forward with the Fort Howard project, they will have to work through the county for all zoning and other requirements just like any other development.

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