Meeting Minutes 3/6/18

Meeting starts at 7:01 with the Pledge of allegiance.

Officer Addair reports that there are 472 calls in area for the month of February. After report we found out that Narcan administered by the BCPD. Is not paid for by the people who OD or that need it. It is paid for by the Baltimore County Police Department budget.

There has been gang activity in Woodlawn but not locally.

Sheila our vice president reports that the sun plus paper has a number on the bottom of the paper to stop delivery. To stop delivery of this paper you can call 1-888-539-1280. Or you can email them at Sunplusservice@baltsun.com.

Barry gives his report. not much has changed but he did report one of the inspectors to the supervisor.
Officer Addair said she would help us to see if salvos would fix the lights out back.

12 crashes at Merritt Boulevard and Westfield Road since June 1st 2017. We also reported to the Department of traffic and engineering that a traffic study should be done here. As well as the light at Holabird Ave. And Searles Rd.

David Rader reports that he has gone to Towson to voice his opinion to support the Fort Howard Historical Landmark nomination.
He also has stepped aside from his presidency. He asked if a volunteer would step up in his place, but no one offered. He will stay chairman until a replacement steps up or depending on the primary.

It was said that Dunlea, and Holabird East apartments are not owned by Scarfield anymore. That Time group owns them.
Baltimore County is to replace 60 feet of the alley on Ives Lane. (@ Dunlea apartments)

Grass cutting season is upon us. blowing grass in the streets is in $1000 fine. Payee: the property owner.

April 7, 2018 is our community cleanup. @1:00pm Trash bags and gloves will be donated from the association.

John Melzer stated that the MedStar building has trash in the storm drains. going to call and see if we can get them to clean it up! Thank you John for your continued service to our community!!!

There’s a parking issue on Westfield Road People are blocking the alley and we need to figure out this issue.

Thank you all for your continued efforts to make our community a better place!

Meeting ends at 7:58 PM.

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