Update: The meeting was well attended — details of the proposed rezoning can be found here.
Next Wednesday, there will be a very important meeting regarding the rezoning of Woodhaven and Richmond Hill. The decisions made regarding rezoning will greatly impact our community — and could have an impact on the value of your home.
This meeting will take place on December 1st at 7:30 PM at Emanuel Church of Christ (91st Avenue and Woodhaven Boulevard). If you cannot make the December 1st meeting, there will be a second meeting on December 15th at the Royal Indian Palace (118-06 Atlantic Avenue, Richmond Hill).
Above is one of the maps that have been distributed — this is by no means final — and it is very important that you are aware of what is being planned. Once this rezoning goes through, if you aren’t happy with the results — good luck getting them overturned! This rezoning will determine what kind of properties can be built — and where. Now is your chance to have your say.
From what we’ve seen and heard thus far, the rezoning proposals seem fairly reasonable. But don’t take our word on it — come to this very important meeting and find out how it will impact your surroundings.
Note: This is not the WRBA’s regular monthly Town Hall meeting — that is scheduled for Saturday, December 11th at 1 PM (Ambulance Corps). The December 1st meeting is a special meeting, covering only the topic of rezoning.
From Community Board Number 9:
Queens Community Board No. 9, In Concert With The Woodhaven Residents Block Association, & The Greater Woodhaven Development Corp.
Invite you to attend our Town Hall Meeting – Informational Session Regarding the Woodhaven & Richmond Hill Rezoning Presentation by the NYC Department of City Planning
Location: Emanuel Church of Christ
93-12 91st Ave.Woodhaven, NY 11421
(Corner of Woodhaven Blvd & 91st Avenue)
Date & Time: December 1, 2010 at 7:30 PM
Please join us to review and discuss the Proposed/Draft Balanced Rezoning of Woodhaven, Richmond Hill, and portions of Ozone Park. The purpose of the rezoning is to both protect the architectural character and density of our communities while allowing for sustainable development. Your feedback at this preliminary discussion is welcome and encouraged.
For questions about the event please contact:
Queens Community Board No.9