The group will hear from Rob Yatsuk, the head of safety for county schools, at its May meeting Tuesday.
Greater Crofton Council
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013
Council chairman Jerry Walker (R-7th District) is scheduled to appear Tuesday. Chris Trumbauer (D-6th District) may also speak on the issue of redistricting.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The new county executive touched on issues ranging from ethics to the county property tax cap, attendees said.
New Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman met with members of the Crofton community on Tuesday night, taking questions for more than an hour on issues including ethics, property taxes and business policies, according to those in attendance. Members of the Greater Crofton Council told Patch that Neuman spoke for more than an hour—double her allotted time—and said the county must modernize and find ways to compete with other counties. According to a report on the Greater Crofton Council website, Neuman said the county government "was stuck in the 1980s" and would benefit from improved systems at the Office of Planning and Zoning and in areas of inspections and permitting. "Neuman said that most job growth is from small businesses and…
Monday, March 11, 2013
Laura Neuman will be the guest speaker at Tuesday's meeting of the Greater Crofton Council.
New Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman will make her first public appearance in Crofton on Tuesday. Neuman will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Greater Crofton Council, to be held at the community center at the Village at Waugh Chapel. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and Neuman is scheduled to speak for 30 minutes. The Anne Arundel County Council appointed Neuman on Feb. 22. She filled the vacancy left by John R. Leopold, who resigned following his conviction on misconduct charges.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The Greater Crofton Council hosted a forum on the new "Michigan U" system.
Residents along the Maryland Route 3 corridor urged state highway engineers to consider tweaks to the new “Michigan U” traffic pattern, citing continued congestion and motorists running red lights and making illegal turns. Members of the Crofton and Gambrills communities on Tuesday said the new pattern, which seeks to address the influx of traffic coming from the new Target, Wegman’s and other stores, has befuddled some drivers while adding time to some trips. “The Michigan U’s are supposed to work in areas where traffic isn’t this bad,” said Bob Brennan, chairman of the Greater Crofton Council (GCC). “This traffic is horrendous.” The GCC hosted a meeting with about 25 residents and two traffic engineers, Kim Tran and Lee Starkloff of the …
Monday, November 7, 2011
Crofton leaders came together Friday night to honor those who go above and beyond to improve the community.
The Greater Crofton Community Awards honored eight leaders, volunteers and public servants Friday night. The residents were recognized during the annual Greater Crofton Community Awards Banquet, hosted by the Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce Friday night at the Crofton Country Club. Crofton Civic Association Citizen of the Year Arundel Volunteer Fire Department President’s Appreciation Award Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce Business Leader of the Year Crofton Rotary Club Rotarian of the Year Kiwanis Club of Crofton Teacher of the Year Greater Crofton Council Citizen of the Year Crofton Regional Community Center, Inc. Person of the Year Crofton Athletic Association Cardinal of the Year Eight community…