The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will provide the keynote presentation for the Greater Pasadena Council’s February meeting on Tuesday, February 21, at 7:00pm at the Anne Arundel County Eastern District Police Station community room, located at 204 Pasadena Road.
The meeting will also include a discussion among attendees about the issues and programs the Greater Pasadena Council will embark upon in the coming months as well as reports on highway safety and beautification, water quality, the county budget hearing, and more.
“We have many questions from residents about the progress on highway projects and how they are prioritized,” said Nancy Schrum, GPC treasurer and program chair. “Here is an opportunity for residents to find out what’s underway and what’s on the drawing boards – and to ask questions.”
The State Highway Administration representative will focus on existing projects, planned projects and prioritization processes for road and sidewalk improvements – and provide updates about Mountain Road and litter collection and other issues raised by attendees.
“The GPC is dedicated to ‘magnifying your voice,’” said John Spencer, GPC president. “By interacting with governmental leaders in a proactive manner, together we can help raise issues and spread awareness in the community, as well.”
The Greater Pasadena Council is a nonpartisan organization of community members representing the more than 100 neighborhoods of Pasadena.
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