Gary Lenz, president of the Glyndon Community Associatiion, invites everyone to join the Glyndon Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration on Sunday, December 5, at 6:30 p.m.
- Meet at the Glyndon Firehall (see the train garden)
- Decorate two trees, sing carols, turn on lights
- Santa arrives to visit with children
- Refreshments, songs & games at Thomas’ Salon
Donations Appreciated Now
Bring your nonreturnable, unbreakable tree ornaments to Thomas’ Salon now, for the community’s trees. Two or more cans of nonperishable food for the food pantry, per family, is the optional admission fee!
WEAR warm clothing!
GLYNDON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
President, Gary William Lenz
Committee Chairpersons: Vernene Rodgers Lenz & Sharon Gardner
Committee & Helpers: Gale De Haven, Per Karlsen, Karen Cervino, Sue Benson, Jennifer Fletcher, Daryan Lenz, , Lauren De Haven, Alan Wroe, Bob Grover, David Hughes, Karen Wreizen, Dana Long, Kim Karlsen, Bill Zeise, Nan Kaestner, & Friends
Below you will find an update from our Water Project Chair, Kate Bullock on the current and future state of the project.
Before you read the update, be reminded:
Wednesday, November 10 7PM GCA Quarterly Meeting at Forbush School
Sunday, December 5 Annual GCA Sponsored Christmas Tree Lighting 6:30PM at Glyndon Fire Hall
Butler Road – Section I
New water lines are currently being tested for pressure and bacteria. As soon as testing is complete, lines will be tied-in to main valves at Glen Morris and Railroad. Tie-in work at these two locations will occur from 10 PM – 6 AM. Fewer properties than anticipated will be affected – only those on Butler Road, from 3rd Avenue to Central Avenue. All property owners will receive 48 hours written notice prior to the water shut off. The Contractor will leave the notice at your door. Once that work is complete, each Butler Road property will be connected to the new line. That will require a 15-20 minute water shut off. Property owners will be notified by a knock at the door.
It is highly recommended that each time your water is turned on/off, you flush your line. The best way to do this is to open an outside hose bib, or to run the water in your lowest or first to enter the house indoor faucet, until it runs clear.
Once the above is complete, Butler Road properties will be served by new water lines, and will not see construction again until next spring or summer when the road is repaved and the old fire hydrants removed.
Railroad/Albright – Section II
Work is in progress. Watch for road closures and detours.
Central Avenue and Three Side Streets – Section III
Stay tuned for information regarding construction dates, road closures, and traffic issues.
Questions or Concerns:
As previously advised, our Quarterly GCA Meeting will be held at Forbush School this Wednesday, November 10. beginning at 7PM. Below you will find a “revised” notice of the meeting with agenda and directions.. Please read the highlighted information below before going to the notice.
Our newly elected County Councilman Todd Huff will be joining us. Meet him NOW! We will need his help and support!
In addition, we will have an update on Forbush School. Then George Boden and Joe Culotta from Public Works will be with us to update the progress of the Water Project and give us information on the future of the project. I highly recommend that you come to the meeting to get the latest information on the Water Project and how these proceedings will affect you, as well as the entire neighborhood.
Of course, their will be other business of the Association that must be dealt with including our Budget approval for 2011.
Thank you to Forbush Schhol for the use of the facility and for providing refreshments.
GCA Quarterly Meeting
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010
TIME: 7 P.M.
LOCATION: FORBUSH SCHOOL
704 CENTRAL AVENUE
Directions: From Central Avenue, Turn LEFT onto Insulin Lane. At the top of
the drive, one will see the Dining Hall clearly marked straight ahead. Park in the parking lot.
Forbush School Update
Water Pipe Project Update – George Boden/ Joe Culotta Baltimore County Public Works
Glyndon Traffic Enforcement – Baltimore County Police Dept (Tentative)
Meet the new County Councilman Elect, Todd Huff ,
Holiday Tree Lighting, Sunday December 5, 6:30
GLYNDON IS OUR COMMUNITY AND WE NEED YOU!