Kent Island Defense League, LLC


 
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QAC Commissioners’ Report Card as of May 20, 2004

Item 1:
Votes on Residential Projects for Kent Island only (while sitting as the Sanitary Commission)

 
Cassell
Cupani
Nemo
Koval
Ransom
PROJECT/NO. OF UNITS          
Thompson Creek (passed)         17 units
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Four Seasons (1) :                 1,350 units
Yes (1) 
Yes (1) 
Yes (1) 
NO (2)
NO
Ellendale (passed) :                 285 units
Yes 
NO
Yes 
Yes 
Yes 
Gibson’s Grant (failed) :           495 units
NO
Yes
Yes
NO
NO
Gibson’s Grant (passed ):          280 units
Yes (3)
Yes (3)
Yes (3)
NO
NO
McKee/Cloisters: 
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Total units voted FOR :
1,932
2,142
2,427
302
302
NOTES:
(1)  Although they have not yet approved Four Seasons sewer allocation, they signed (and are using our tax dollars to vigorously defend) the “Settlement Agreement”. The Settlement Agreement states the Commissioners “shall not directly or indirectly oppose or interfere with any approval for Four Seasons”.

(2) Commissioner Koval is asking the QAC Circuit Court to review the legality of the Settlement Agreement.

(3) Site Plan approval not granted by Planning Commission; Sewer was allocated outside of normal process.
 

Item 2:
Design Standards for Kent Island Developments

 
Cassell
Cupani
Nemo
Koval
Ransom
Proposed KI Design Standards
NO
NO
NO
Yes
Yes

Item 3:
KNSG Sewer Plant Expansion is progressing

 
Cassell
Cupani
Nemo
Koval
Ransom
Most recent vote re KNSG Expansion
Yes
Yes
Yes
NO
Abstained 

Item 4:
Building Permit Cap and Growth Management Ordinance
The permit cap was not renewed and is no longer in effect. A Growth Management Ordinance has NOT been submitted by this Board to date.
 

Item 5:
Impact Fees and Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance
No improvements have been made to either of these ordinances since this Board took office. Impact fees address only schools and fire services. APFO only addresses schools, roads, water and sewer. No consideration has been provided for health care, senior services, police/ambulance services, solid waste, parks, stormwater, etc. Existing ordinances allow for substantial exceptions and mitigation, making these existing statutes ineffective in many cases.
 

 
Cassell
Cupani
Nemo
Koval
Ransom
Overall Final Grade : 
FAIL
FAIL
FAIL
PASS
PASS

What you can do to help these Commissioners improve their performance and maintain their campaign promises:

  • Attend their regularly scheduled Tuesday meetings and express your opinion during public comment period – usually 6 p.m.  Their agenda can be previewed at www.qac.org.
  • Call, write and email your thoughts to the Commissioners as often as possible!  Email qacc@qac.org.  Mail: 107 N. Liberty Street, Centreville, MD  21617.
  • Write letters to the editor of your local papers (see http://www.savekentisland.org/Letters-to-the-Editor.html for addresses)
This report card was prepared as a community service by:
Kent Island Defense League , P. O. Box 692, Stevensville MD 21666

      Email:  kidl@toadmail.com



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