Attention all voters! It's that time of the year again. Don't miss out on the chance to get answers to all your burning questions at the highly anticipated GNIA Candidate Forum! With the elections just around the corner, this is your opportunity to engage with candidates and make an informed decision. So mark your calendars, clear your schedule, and join us at the GNIA Candidate Forum for a night of lively discussion and informed debate. Your vote matters, so be sure to attend!!

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Graham Projects is collaborating with the Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association on designing neighborhood street banners and creating crosswalk murals to beautify and improve pedestrian safety at the intersection of Park Heights Avenue and Strathmore Avenue. Select your favorite banner and crosswalk art design at http://bit.ly/glenbannersandart

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Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association

We’re responsible for consistently maintaining a high standard of living within our community. Our residents’ satisfaction is our top priority, and we plan events and provide amenities for exactly that purpose. You can count on us for anything related to common area maintenance and community services.
We’re the Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association, always there for you.

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Here are highlights from GNIA's recent in person meeting on Public Safety!
HISTORY

The Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association (GNIA) was formed in the late 1960s. Howard Moore and Jackie Miller were two of the early presidents. Min Hoffspiegel, Delores Brown, Iris Smith, and Derrick Lennon have also served as presidents.

The GNIA has developed relationships with community groups such as CHAI, the Northwest Citizen’s on Patrol, the Northwestern Police District, Baltimore City officials, State officials and the presidents of community associations form Falstaff, Cheswolde, Cross Country, and Mount Washington. Glen worked with the neighborhoods mentioned on the Strategic Neighborhood Action Plan (SNAP).




BeMore Beautiful Program

A BeMore Baltimore grant is providing street cleaning to Glen and income to our youth!

 


Board Members:

President: Betty Cherniak
Vice President: Judith Krumbein
Treasurer: Arlene Block
Co-Treasurer: Joyce Sanders
Director of Grants: Jonathan Raun

BOARD MEMBERS:

Betty Cherniak, Arlene Block, Monica Dove, Mark Hart, Judith Krumbein, Robert McCallum, Jonathan Raun, Joyce Sanders, Maxine Webb

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MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS

Our first meeting will be Wednesday, 9/23, 7:00. Due to Covid precautions, we will meet via conference call until further notice. The number to call is: 848-220-3300, ID 641-9914#. Please announce yourself (unless our guest speaker is speaking), then mute yourself until the question & answer time.

The agenda for the 9/23 meeting will be: update on GNIA business conducted over the summer, committee reports, open forum, and our guest speaker. Please bring any community business to the attention of the group during open forum, anything you’d like to ask our committee chair people or general business you’d like to bring to our attention.

Our guest speaker for the meeting will be City Council President (and presumptive Mayor) Brandon Scott. Mr. Scott will take pre-submitted questions. If you have a question for him, please email it to me by next Monday (9/21) at: cherniakb@gmail.com. All questions are welcome and encouraged.

Our monthly meeting schedule for 2020/21 is:

Sept. 23

Oct. 28

Nov. 18

Dec. 16

Jan. 27

Feb. 24

March 17

April 28

May 26

June 23

All meetings will be at 7:00 and via the conference call information given above, until further notice.

If you haven’t yet paid your GNIA dues, please do so as soon as possible. Dues are only $20 per household or $50 per business. Our website, myglen.org, now accepts Paypal, so it’s easy to pay your dues on-line. If you prefer to pay by check, please mail your payment to our treasurer, Joyce Sanders: 3006 Glen Ave., Baltimore, MD 21215 (please make sure your name and address are included). You will receive a receipt and membership card in return.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back to GNIA! We have a productive and enjoyable year of events planned and encourage your involvement in your community association.

WHO WE ARE

Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association is responsible for consistently maintaining a high standard of living within our community. Our residents’ satisfaction is our top priority, and we plan events and provide amenities for exactly that purpose. You can count on us for anything related to common area maintenance and community services. We’re the Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association, always there for you.

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HISTORY

The Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association (GNIA) was formed in the late 1960s. Howard Moore and Jackie Miller were two of the early presidents. Min Hoffspiegel, Delores Brown, Iris Smith, and Derrick Lennon have also served as presidents.

The GNIA has developed relationships with community groups such as CHAI, the Northwest Citizen’s on Patrol, the Northwestern Police District, Baltimore City officials, State officials and the presidents of community associations form Falstaff, Cheswolde, Cross Country, and Mount Washington. Glen worked with the neighborhoods mentioned on the Strategic Neighborhood Action Plan (SNAP).



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LEADERSHIP

President: Betty Cherniak
Vice President: Chaim Rubenstein
Treasurer: Arlene Block & Joyce Sanders
Corresponding Secretary: Paul Block
Recording Secretary: Allan Johnson

Board Members: Betty Cherniak, Paul Block, Arlene Block, Iris Smith, Maxine Webb, Joyce Sanders
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Education

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HOUSING AND ZONING



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MEMBERSHIP



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TRAFFIC AND SANITATION



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HOSPITALITY



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GREENING AND ECOLOGY



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REISTERSTOWN MERCHANTS\’ ASSOCIATION



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CRIME AND SAFETY



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PIMLICO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY



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Monthly Membership Meeting

Wednesday, September 23, 7:00.

Due to Covid precautions, we will meet via conference call until further notice. The number to call is: 848-220-3300, ID 641-9914#. Please announce yourself (unless our guest speaker is speaking), then mute yourself until the question & answer time.
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JOBS

Check back soon to check our listing
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GNIA Minutes



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Good Neighbor Pledge



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ByLaws



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STAY IN TOUCH


Please don\’t hesitate to reach out to Glen Neighborhood Improvement Association [GNIA] we are here to server. Like you, we want to preserve what\’s so nice about Glen and improve whatever we can. We need you to make both those things possible.
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