From Fallston Residents Unite:
We hope everyone is doing well. We also hope that everyone had a safe and wonderful 4th of July. It has been awhile since we last posted an email. With regards to the property located 200 Mountain Road in Fallston (behind Aumar Village), rest assured, we have been keeping our eyes and ears open!
We are asking all concerned and curious residents to please come join Mike Euler and the Fallston Group on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 for a Community Impact Meeting regarding the future development plans in Fallston’s Aumar Village (corner of Routes 1 and 152 in Fallston, Maryland).
The purpose for the meeting is to openly discuss the concept of a proposed country club with an indoor sports field house component. A few concerns have been brought to our attention. It is our goal to get these concerns addressed at the meeting. This will be a great, first hand opportunity to learn about the development plans and to share your opinions about the proposed project.
The meeting will begin promptly at 7:00 pm at the Fallston Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Company’s multipurpose room (2201 Carrs Mill Road; Fallston, Maryland 21047). Refreshments will be served.
For specific questions about the meeting, please contact Kristi Frisch at the Fallston Group. For more background information regarding the history of this topic, please contact FALLSTON RESIDENTS UNITE at FallstonResidentsUnite@gmail.com.
We hope the residents of Fallston, along with other interested parties, will be able to attend the Community Impact Meeting. Please help us spread the word. Please invite any one that would be interested in learning more about a local athletic center of excellence in Fallston.
Rob Weinhold from the Fallston Group will be joining Mike Euler at the meeting. I have complete confidence in Rob. He is a man of vision and integrity. Furthermore, he believes in full transparency and he is a man that can be trusted. Please come listen to what he has to say. He welcomes your comments, questions and concerns. I am sure it will be a productive meeting.
This meeting is very important to the residents of Fallston and to Harford County. If it is at all possible, please attend this meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please send R.S.V.P. to: FallstonResidentsUnite@gmail.com
FALLSTON RESIDENTS UNITE
Pictures are very nice. However, the picture can change tomorrow and it probably won’t be so nice. Imagine a stainless steel building providing the same function for a lot less cost to the developer, which is much more likely!!!!
People get really pretty buildings when people are paying. I haven’tput any money in the cash bucket…have you?
The Money Tree says
Personally trying to make it look like a great big barn with the phoney silo, et al, only makes it silly and even uglier. Look Fallston people it’s a pretend farm but really it’s a great, big sports arena….you’d have never known if I hadn’t told ya….yuck, yuck. I mean it’s everyday that you have a great big barn with no pasture and right next to a bank and a CVS store. Rolleyes.
That is ridiculous.
Stainless steel is much too expensive for exterior surfaces. More likely it will be enameled steel., which you can get in just about any color you want.
j johnson says
Developers like Euler are a blight on the community. Let him do this in Edgewood then.
The Money Tree says
Not sure I agree that all crappy things belong in Edgewood but that shopping center is a blight – it’s got a side entrance onto 152 that’s bound to cause accidents and we certainly don’t need increased cross traffic. Euler bought the property assuming he could do any crappy thing he wanted and now that he’s not able to sell it to a grocery store he’s reaching for straws. Give them an inch and they take a mile…far as I’m concerned he made assumptions that haven’t worked out for him and I could frankly care less what happens to his “investment”.
Wow, that is a very telling comment. What are you really trying to say?
Bill H says
This would be a great location for the Coleman trash transfer station to be moved to, or how about a new detention center since the old one is going to be outgrown in a few years?
Try to stay current Billy, the trash plan was cancelled. This developer owns the land and it looks like a decent usage. You people b*tch too much. If you want a meadow there, buy the land and plant one.
The Money Tree says
You don’t get it – it’s zoned agriculture…they had to have all kinds of waivers to do what they did to that lot, plus it’s outside the developement envelope, has direct access to 152 which is going to cause accidents, it’s in a residential area. Simply put a strip mall didn’t belong there in the first place.
It would keep the Fallston kids closer to home for sports training. That means less miles for mom & dad, ie more time @ home. Access to 152 and 147 does not mean more accidents. Only idiots behind the wheel mean more accidents.
He needs to get zoning approval, I like it!