by Marlene Berlin
Well, I should not have worried about having enough contributions for the second issue, and I hate to admit, I have already started worrying about the third. Being such a neophyte, I am beginning to get an inkling that this just goes with the territory. I must also confess that I am having a lot of fun.
So what’s in store for you this issue? Lindsay Damon, who did such a great job on the farmer’s market, has done another piece about a very prominent member of community biking to work. Adam Tope, one of our ANC commissioners, writes about the ANC’s role in establishments getting liquor licenses and permission to provide music. Marge Rachlin, our nature buff and zoning watch dog, dives head first into the rewrite of the zoning regulations that impact neighborhoods such as ours. Ken Terzian, our environmental activist, gives us the scoop on the WASA meeting about water projects in Ward 3 — some really interesting stuff there. Susan Crudgington writes the inaugural “What I Do” feature for those who want to talk about their passion, whether it be work, a hobby, or an activity with your children. It’s all fair game.
And there is much more. Check out our website’s new feature: The gray bar at the top of the each page has a new section — Latest Stories. Just place your mouse cursor over the words and a menu will appear with all the stories we’ve posted in the past month.
And last but not least, please sign up to become a member of the Forest Hills listserv. For issues like the zoning regulations and WASA, we want to be able to let you know when community meetings are scheduled. There may be other issues that crop up and need to get in touch with you promptly.
Have fun reading, and we look forward to getting your comments.