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From the President
As president of this association, one of my duties is to address crime.
I would first like to say that over the years, Iíve seen our neighborhood become a safer place in which to live.
Why is it that way? Because a number of residents began calling 911 and 311 whenever they saw suspicious activity. And guess what? The crime began to dissipate.
We have a wonderful working relationship with the officers in our district and we can help them help us by increasing our presence in the park and on our streets. (Yes, folks, the benches are there for us to sit and read. If we donít use them, the drug dealers will.) We can also help by staying on the lookout and filling our anonymous crime action sheets with license numbers and personal descriptions anytime we see a person we think is buying or selling drugs. (If you donít have an action sheet, see me at the meeting.) Remember, problems get worse by the minute. Letís take back our streets before they get out of control.
Until next time, Karen Fretz, President
Union Square Association Partners with Sowebo Arts for Cookie Tour
In the spirit of the holidays, Union Square and Sowebo Arts have come together to make this yearís Cookie Tour the biggest event ever.
On the day of the Cookie Tour (which is Sunday, December 14th, by the way), Sowebo Arts will be selling limited edition Christmas cards made by local artists. All proceeds will go to Union Square Association.
Bill Adler has kindly agreed to host an art show on the same day at 100 S. Stricker St. Please contact him if youíd like to exhibit your work at the show.
The Black Cherry Puppet Theatre is hosting a special homemade Christmas Decoration Party. This party will be held prior to the Cookie Tour (date to be announced). Itís a chance for artists and non-artists, adults and children from the neighborhood to come together to make ornaments and enjoy the wonderful resource we have in this theatre. The ornaments made at this event will then be displayed on a Christmas Tree on the day of the Cookie Tour.
For information, or to volunteer for the Cookie Tour, see your block captain or email us at email@example.com.
Volunteers Needed for Cookie Tour
To help decorate, bake cookies, sell tickets or provide general support, please contact Karen Fretz or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We canít do this without you!
Wed., 11/5, 7 pm
1401 Hollins St.
Join us for an exciting general meeting to discuss these topics:
Holiday Cookie Tour
Recovery Network - Guest Presentation
Real Estate - Guest Speaker, Realtor Dan Motz
Homes For Sale
$178,900 1607 W. Lombard
$165,000 35 S. Carlton
$160,000 1321 W. Lombard
$150,000 1322 Hollins
$149,900 1407 Hollins
$145,000 1324 Hollins
$134,900 1704 W. Lombard
$105,000 1310 Hollins
$†97,000 1709 W. Lombard
$†90,000 1044 W. Lombard
$†85,000 14 S. Gilmor
$†82,900 1227 Hollins
$†80,000 7 S. Stricker
$†70,000 1301 W. Lombard
$†65,000 1128 W. Pratt
$†59,900 200 S. Stricker
$†49,900 1226 Hollins
$†25,000 1220 W. Pratt
$†15,000 1228 W. Pratt
Important Numbers at the Southern District Police Department
Community Relations Unit †410 354-5169
Distressed Neighborhood Unit †410 396-2499
Domestic Violence Unit
Drug Enforcement Unit
Major Crimes Unit
Turn Over a New Leaf
The weatherís turning cold and itís time to get out the rakes and gather up the leaves.
The City is once again collecting bagged leaves on the second trash collection day of each week. These collections will continue through Jan. 31.
Dumpsters for bagged leaves will be available Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm at the following Solid Waste Yards:
6101 Bowleys Lane
701 Reedbird Avenue
2840 Sisson Street
5030 Reisterstown Rd.
Please help keep our neighborhood clean.
Operation Crime Watch: November 15th
Join Mayor Martin OíMalley and Police Commissioner Kevin Clark at the first citywide conference of Operation Crime Watch on Saturday, November 15, 2003 from 9 am to 3 pm at Frederick Douglass High School, 2301 Gwynns Falls Pkwy.
The conference will include free admission and lunch, as well as:
Block Watch Training
Crime Prevention Workshops
Merchant Safety Discussions
Please register by November 10th by calling Min Kim, Assistant Coordinator for Operation Crime Watch, Mayorís Office of Neighborhoods at 443 984-2371, TTY 410 396-4930 or email email@example.com
Volunteer of the Month: Loretta Townsend
Loretta has been working tirelessly to increase the value of our properties and improve the quality of our lifestyles. She has been investigating halfway houses in our neighborhood. In addition, Loretta and her husband recently purchased a property on Baltimore Street, which they plan to turn into an art gallery Ė another boost for the neighborhood. For being such a wonderful neighbor, Loretta wins a $20 gift certificate to Ban Thai Restaurant.
anyone using drugs or alcohol in our park or on our streets to the police. This neighborhood is for our children. Letís keep it safe.