Monday, December 9, 2013

Lyndhurst Elem/Middle Renovation Visioning Meeting

Greetings All!

We wanted to inform you that the next Lyndhurst Elem/Middle Reconstruction Visioning meeting is this Wednesday, 12/11 at 5pm.

Location: 621 Wildwood Pkwy


Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Reminder: Community Association Meeting Today 12/3

Greetings All!

Just wanted to remind you that our December association meeting is 6pm tonight at Christ Deliverance Church on 711 Walnut Avenue (parking in the rear)!

See you there!

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Reminder: EVCA Meeting Tonight at 6pm

Greetings! Our monthly general body meeting is tonight at 6pm! We're meeting at 711 Walnut Avenue (Christ Deliverance Church). See you there!

Monday, October 28, 2013

Youth Halloween Party!!


The Hunting Ridge Presbyterian Church will be hosting a Halloween party on Thursday, October 31 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. for children ages 4 - 10 and their families. This is a free event for the community with a maze, games, candy, fun, and more. 

For more information please contact:

Katie Weimer
Office Manager
Hunting Ridge Presbyterian Church

Thursday, October 17, 2013

21st Century Schools Design EXPO


Baltimore Financial Empowerment Day 2013





For more information and to attend checkout the event website at:www.financialempowermentday.org or 1.877.455.9944. Also, follow our social media pages for updated information at: www.facebook.com/baltimorefinancialempowermentday and twitter: @BaltFinEmpowDay Stay as little or as long as you’d like, but definitely come early. Also, it’s all free so bring a friend and become financially empowered!

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

October EVCA Meeting Recap

It was truly inspiring to see so many engaged and concerned residents 
from the Edmondson Village community


Here is a recap of what was covered at last night's meeting:

Crime & Public Safety Report: Officer Perry & Sergeant Duncan
  • Encouraged residents to pay close attention to their surroundings when walking at night. 
  • Residents should also be mindful when using ATM machines that are not inclosed by security doors. 
  • Many automobiles are stolen as a result of owners leaving their cars running while in the house or entering a business. Doing this can also result in a fine. 
  • In the last 30 days Edmondson Village has had: 0 Shootings, 0 Rapes,  8 Robberies, 9 Aggravated Assaults,  2 Breaking & Entering, and 2 Stolen Autos
Legislative Report: State Delegate Nathaniel Oaks, State Delegate Sandy Rosenberg 
  • Discussed the 10-yr School Reconstruction Plan and the impact on the surrounding neighborhoods.
  • Stated that a job fair will be taking place in November for workers interested in working on local projects such as the construction of the Red Line and Uplands homes. 
  • Led discussion on the importance of including an emphasis on hiring local workers in legislation funding development projects. 
Guest Presenter: Kristerfer Burnett, Community Organizer & EVCA Board Member
  • Gave recap on Lyndhurst Elem/Middle reconstruction "Visioning" meeting. 
  • Stressed the importance of resident participation in the reconstruction process of all of the schools in the surrounding community. 
  • Reviewed timeline and possibilities for input into use of  the 3,000sq/ft allocated at each school for "community use".   
Guest Presenter: Officer Waddell, Progressive Security, Contractor for Edmondson Village Shopping Center
  • Discussed challenges curbing theft, drug distribution, and loitering at shopping center. 
  • Seeking expanded hours and manpower from owner Ira Miller. 
  • Encouraged residents to report any and all safety concerns to local police, as BCPD has not placed much emphasis is placed on patrolling the shopping center consistently. 
  • Lead discussion and took feedback to share with ownership. 
Other items for Discussion:
  • Association President Monique Washington shared concerns about the issues plaguing the shopping center and the shopping center owner's reluctance to discuss and rectify these issues.
    • Encouraged residents to call (410) 955-4100 to thank the local Giant Supermarket for providing better security. 
    • Discussed resent efforts to halt the rampant vehicle repair working being done in the AutoZone parking lot. 
  • Association Vice-President Laurel Mendes discussed efforts to raise the minimum-wage for workers in Maryland. In November, a meeting with be held by B.U.I.L.D. to organizing communities in advocating for an increase. 
  •  Dr. Larry Nunley, Baltimore Citywide Senior Liason shared information on a few upcoming events:



Sunday, September 8, 2013

Lyndhurst Elementary School – Visioning Meeting for the Community

Lyndhurst Elementary School – Visioning Meeting for the Community

621 Wildwood Parkway

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

5:00PM

All are invited to this meeting to learn about and participate in the process of renovating or replacing Lyndhurst Elementary School. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to help Lyndhurst be the best it can be for the students and community of Edmondson Village. Please get the word out to as many people as possible