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Often we are looking for volunteers to hand out flyers or attend council meetings or write emails. Look here to find volunteer opportunities. Our elected officials are elected by YOU. If you have a concern, then let them know. See the flyer below for ways of contacting our local and state elected officials.

Anne Arundel County Councilpersons: 410-222-1401 and ask for the councilperson you want

District 1 - Sarah Lacey                            slacey@aacounty.org

District 2 - Allison Pickard                       allison.pickard@aacounty.org

District 3 - Nathan Volke                         nathan.volke@aacounty.org

District 4 - Andrew Pruski                        andrew.pruski@aacounty.org

District 5 - Amanda Fiedler                      amanda.fiedler@aacounty.org

District 6 - LIsa Brannigan Rodvien         lisa.rodvien@aacounty.org

District 7 - Jessica Haire                           jessica.haire@aacounty.org  (Councilman for Mayo)

County Executive: 410-222-1821

Steuart Pittman                                        expitt99@aacounty.org

Mayo's liaison in executive office: 410-222-1785

James Kitchin                                          james.kitchin@aacounty.org

Maryland Government

State Senate - Sarah Elfreth                   sarah.elfreth@senate.state.md.us        410-841-3439

House of Delegates - Seth Howard      seth.howard@house.state.md.us     410-841-3578

Anne Arundel County Contacts

Recs/Parks - Rick Anthony                     rpanth49@aacounty.org                    410-222-7300

Acting Health Officer - Billie Penley      www.aahealth.org/contact-us           410-222-7095

Planning & Zoning Officer - Phil Hager pzhage56@aacounty.org                  410-222-7450

Board of Education

Superintendent of Schools - Dr. George Alotto  garlotto@aacounty.org     410-222-5135

Board of Ed Member Dist 7 - Michelle Corkadel mcorkadel@aacps.org     410-5079204

Route 214 Traffic Study

May 05, 2019

The Route 214 Corridor study has been completed and the study has been published. There will be a meeting on 14 May 2019 to showcase the possible county provided options to relieve Rt 214 of congestion due to future residential and park development. The link to the study is provided below along with meeting information. Public comment on the road study will be taken until 31 May 2019.

Meeting:

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Selby Clubhouse

3715 1st Ave

7:00pm

County link:

https://www.aacounty.org/departments/public-works/engineering/Capital_Projects/tfp---md-214-corridor-planning-study

Beverly-Triton Nature Park - Comments Due 9 May 2019

May 05, 2019

Anne Arundel County has appropriated funds for development of the Beverly-Triton Nature Park in this year's budget. Plans have been designed and the county is asking for folks to comment on the plans. 

Please take time and go through all the material and fill out the comment form before 9 May 2019. 

Here is the link to the county website and information on Mayo park development:

https://www.aacounty.org/departments/recreation-parks/parks/mayo-peninsula-parks/index.html

Gelbe Heights Development

July 16, 2018

The Glebe Heights development at the corner of Loch Haven and Glebe Heights Roads is a big concern. While county reviewers have made notable efforts to minimize the irreparable environmental damage, the 74 acres of this development is rich with environmental features - including land in the Critical Area, important wildlife habitat, specimen trees and wetlands. We believe development of this large forest tract should not be allowed and are mobilizing a campaign to influence the approval process. If you have any time at all to give to this effort, then please contact us.

The Things That Catch Your Eye

July 16, 2018

New development continues at locations across the Peninsula. We want to make sure that development occurs with the proper permits and with the legally required steps to protect water quality. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about things you observe. You can also contact the county planning and zoning office, which has been helpful in answering our questions.

ACTION - DUE: 14 JUNE 2018 - Public Hearing Comment on Sand Nourishment

June 02, 2018

Application Number: 17-WL-1184

Tracking No.: 201762146

MDE Project Manager: Melissa McCanna

Public Informational Hearing Date: Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Comment Deadline Date (Postmarked By): Thursday, 14 June 2018

The Maryland Department of the Environment is asking for public comments regarding application for tidal wetlands license for Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works beach nourishment at Beverly-Trition Park. AACo would like to lay sand dredged from Broadneck Creek onto Beverly-Triton Beach to slow erosion and replenish the beach. The sand is clean, beach sand and comes at little to no cost as it is part of the county's dredging program to recycle dredged sand. You can click on the button below to review the PowerPoint presentation that was presented by the county during an informational meeting that was held Monday, 7 May 2018 at Mayo Elementary School. Please keep comments to sand nourishment project only.

Considerations:

  • Environmental impacts

  • Horseshoe crab habitat disruption

  • County using beach for a swim beach?

  • Road/traffic disruption from trucking in sand

Send your comments to:

Maryland State Department of the Environment

Water and Science Adminstration

Wetlands and Waterways Program

1800 Washington Blvd

Baltimore, MD 21230

OR 

Email: melissa.mccanna@maryland.gov

COMMENTS MUST BE POSTMARKED OR EMAILED BY: THURSDAY, 14 JUNE 2018

ACTION - DUE: 15 JUNE - MD214 Corridor Public Input

June 01, 2018

Anne Arundel County is looking for residents who are directly impacted by traffic along MD 214 from Muddy Creek Road (MD 468) to the Peninsula's eastern terminus, immediately east of Oakford Avenue. Due to an increase in future traffic, the county would like to improve traffic for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists as well as change lane use at several intersections. 

There is not an online form. The county is asking for emails and letters. Click on the Traffic Study button and you will find information that the county has provided. Please follow all of the links and read through the information. Using your own personal experience, please write an email or a letter on your opinion of what you just read. 

Here are a few items to think about:

  • Emergency response vehicles

  • Bicyclists and pedestrians

  • Loch Haven intersection

  • Difficulty turning left onto 214 from communities 

  • Drainage

  • The botched Muddy Creek Rd intersection

Responses are due by: Friday, 15 June 2018

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