Read the latest and greatest from Annapolis Roads…
In this update:
* Halloween Events, Saturday, October 29th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at The Overlook
* Overlook Amenity Improvement Event, Saturday November 5th at 9:30am at The Overlook
* Anne Arundel County Transit Development Plan Community Survey
* Watershed Stewards Academy Survey Request & How to Become a Watershed Steward
* Anne Arundel County Community Summit Information

To volunteer email info@annapolisroads.net (mailto:info@annapolisroads.net) – we can’t do it without YOU!

If you have questions contact:
Carol Tabak at carol.tabak@arpoabd.com (mailto:carol.tabak@arpoabd.com) or Suzy Lutz at lutz1007@comcast.net (mailto:lutz1007@comcast.net)

Thank you!
Your Annapolis Roads Social Committee

Overlook Amenity Improvement Event

Mark Your Calendar for November 5^th – Volunteers Needed

A cleanup effort is being planned for the Overlook to clear and establish two small side by side campsite pads as well as a small trail to the adjacent field, where a bench will be installed.

The proposed date is Saturday, November 5th beginning at 9:30am. Rain date TBD.

Several Annapolis Roads families have camped on the Overlook over the years and others have expressed a desire to have an identified site. The 2 small adjoining campsite pads will provide a recognized space and further increase the opportunity for residents to enjoy our community owned properties. The ARPOA Board approved establishing the campsite pads several years ago, but delayed the work due to COVID restrictions at the time.

More information to follow including a diagram of the area and sites.

Thanks in advance if you are available.

Nick Kiley, ARPOA Vice President and Land Use Committee Liaison – nwkiley@gmail.com (mailto:nwkiley@gmail.com)
Anne Arundel County Transit Development Plan Community Survey

Anne Arundel County is currently conducting a transit plan to assess current services and identify opportunities to improve mobility in the future. This is your opportunity to provide your thoughts on the future of community transportation in our county.
Click here to get started (https://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001goG0WhzHcndzDq5c1u1KidgRLtEqlppcKqjafDiIhRuRLx2Eq2cNAi7jqf1O3Q1Dd5rJJrmEeu4lT2WxFokEcZ318sRkud8J9D-36ZEvvCk28Gq-U2w02pLrehhaACQ2VXi_9_XcArxDT4WLNIdo4IPZpZ1V6JByLrDnXhv7Ty6jsvxO1mG6NDxMjzVQ0mYzIw64-W-2QyQ=&c=cuFz_gRJmbw7t2T9samN1WqXvAvF4r-5rwFW51kkH41sBhE26qji6Q==&ch=_x4HM1C0vhPlDpdBqe6paYWVi2oTJljzA2phLQlxkP7aeOCFYN-CNg==) .
Watershed Stewards Academy Requests Completion of Community Survey

The Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy (WSA), a nonprofit that trains and mobilizes community leaders, called Watershed Stewards, to take action for clean water is asking for Annapolis Roads residents to participate in a short community survey.

Our community is one in which we have at least one Watershed Steward. WSA is currently doing research to understand the impact Stewards and organization have in their communities and Anne Arundel County. We’ve designed a survey to help them understand the visibility of WSA and our Stewards.

Hello Annapolis Roads Residents,
Please take a few minutes to fill out a survey which is being conducted by the Anne Arundel County Watershed Steward Academy (WSA), a community-based organization working to improve the livability of Anne Arundel County. The survey is intended to capture information that is representative of Anne Arundel County Residents. The survey results will be anonymous and not connected back to you personally. As a thank you for filling out the survey, you will be able to enter to win a $100 Visa gift card. The survey will be open until October 20th.

Please click here to take the survey: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/7038255/wsa-aa-link (https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsurvey.alchemer.com%2Fs3%2F7038255%2Fwsa-aa-link&data=05%7C01%7Cfking%40AACPS.org%7Cd04ff894986e4a35914908da9d91be15%7Cb7d27e93356b4ad88a7089c35df207c0%7C0%7C0%7C637995546530980764%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=QwPjl9Txeo7Duh%2FKDSoDdoDdIrCBGkHvIdfleaqymq8%3D&reserved=0)
To learn more about WSA, you can view this short video (https://youtu.be/msNOVb_1_4k) .

Note: Annapolis Roads Residents who have completed the AA County Watershed Academy include: Carroll McGillin, Monica Maynard, Maryanne Mento, and Bonnie Persinger.

Speaking of Watershed Steward Academy – How to Become a Watershed Steward
Annapolis Roads Residents – Summit Opportunity
To RSVP for the summit go to:
Region 7 Community Summit (google.com) (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdkWjA1jM1odhp9R5TYKbBUAxjSuMK2Z1I9_-3_2zKPvcsp9w/viewform)
The most recent update from the County Executive’s Office can be found at:
An Update from the County Executive’s Office (constantcontact.com) (https://myemail.constantcontact.com/An-Update-from-the-County-Executive-s-Office.html?soid=1132482420566&aid=Q7EygKxh7YE)
Please, take care. Be safe.
Best wishes on behalf of the Annapolis Roads Board of Directors,

Linda Dodge
President, Annapolis Roads Property Owners Assoc. (ARPOA)
303-880-4618 cell/text

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