Our Committees

Committee membership is open and encouraged!! Please contact the ARPOA Board or the Committee Chair for more information.
Communications

The communications committee is responsible for assisting the ARPOA Secretary in all outgoing communications to the community regarding ARPOA events, meetings and important community-related information, helping ensure that communications are accurate, timely and relevant.

The committee has editorial and operational management responsibilities for the Bay Breeze, which is published on a quarterly basis. The committee has responsibility for maintaining the ARPOA website and continually updating and improving it so that it is the central information portal for residents of Annapolis Roads.

The communications committee is always looking for enthusiastic community members to help with mailings!


Current Members:

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Kathy Chrien

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Home 2654 Carrollton Rd. Home Phone: 410-216-7034

Lisa Anne Gebbia

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Kenefick CommunicationsHome 2803 Lakeview Dr. Annapolis MD 21403 United States of AmericaHome Phone: 443-321-4789

Jill Mandel

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Home 2655 Ogleton Road Home Phone: 4102635517

Carroll McGillin-Greve

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Home 1028 Harbor Dr. Cell Phone: 443-255-6642

Geri Nicholson

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Home 2820 Carrollton Rd Annapolis MD 21403 Home Phone: 410-268-0511
Dock

The community dock is a resource that has long needed revitalization to better serve the needs of the community and support the community?s ?water privileged? status. As such, in January of 2014 the Board established a Dock Committee to assist the Dock Master, Tyler Bennett. The objective was to return the boating complex into a fully functional and safe boating resource, and to reestablish a nominal user fee to deter residents from abandoning derelict boats in limited rack space.

Since its inception, the committee has cleaned-up and restored the existing boat storage racks, had boat owners claim their boats, and established a boat registration sticker system. A retaining wall was constructed and gravel spread to stabilize the shore line. Filter cloth and gravel were added to the boat rack area. ARPOA installed a floating slot dock, cleaned and painted the storage shed for boat rack users, and added a porta-potty. In 2014 ARPOA was able to return the dock complex into a community asset that is now highlighted by real estate agents!

For the 2015 boating season, the committee will continue with boat registrations (currently 31 registered), and investigate additional capital improvement projects including repairing the driveway from Paca Lane to the concrete boat ramp. The committee will develop options and procedures to establish a ?Beach Boating Area? on ARPOA beach property. Newly appointed Dock Master Harry Tabak will work on improving signage, improving the gate lock process to ensure that all users lock the chain when not using the launch area, and creating two parking spots for vehicles and two for boat trailer users.


Current Members:

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Richard Bradbury Houghton

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DockmasterHome 1011 Paca Ln. Home Phone: 410-571-5567Cell Phone: 410 991-9030

Jere Glover

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Home 1005 York Ln. Home Phone: 410-268-2872

Paul Reid

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ASSISTANT DOCKMASTERHome Phone: 202-299-7771
Landscaping and Overlook

The Landscape/Overlook Committee advises the Board of Directors on matters concerning the community-owned greenspaces. The Committee works in conjunction with the Public Works Director to coordinate the necessary maintenance and improvement activities of the ARPOA-owned greenspaces.

Greenspaces under this committee’s jurisdiction include the Overlook and Beach, Community entrances at Bay Ridge Road and Carrollton Road, Old Bay Ridge Road and Carrollton Road, and the County-mandated stabilization project at St. Francis/ Dead Man’s curve.

The committee works in conjunction with the Forest Steward to assist with forest management projects as they arise, and with the Watershed Steward Committee as necessary and/or appropriate. The Landscape/Overlook Committee meets approximately 10 times during the year, and coordinates numerous activities for community involvement.


Current Members:

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Larry Brantley

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Joanna Hopkinson

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Home 2837 Carrollton Rd. Home Phone: 410-268-2267

Jill Mandel

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Home 2655 Ogleton Road Home Phone: 4102635517

Monica Maynard

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Home 2843 Carrollton Rd. Home Phone: 410-263-2384

Nancy Moitrier

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Home 1001 Old Bay Ridge Rd. Home Phone: 626-1467

Bonnie Persinger

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Home 2554 Carrollton Rd. Home Phone: (410) 263-1102

Suzanne Weber

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Social

Based on feedback from listening sessions of the Long Range Planning Committee, whose lively discussions represented as many viewpoints as there were attendees, one consistent theme was the desire for more social activities to bring residents together for socializing, playing sports or engaging in group activities, or learning more about topics of interest through educational events. To implement this recommendation, the Board has recruited volunteers who will create the committee charter and begin the process of planning and executing a more robust social calendar. Always looking for volunteers.


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Watershed

The ARPOA Watershed Steward Committee is charged with reducing stormwater running off of hard surfaces into the Chesapeake Bay. The Committee educates neighbors to change their behaviors for immediate results in pollution reduction. Collectively, these small actions improve the health of local streams, ponds, rivers, and the bay. The Committee helps both the community and individual residents to reduce household pollution, capture stormwater, clean up local streams, and find and administer grant funding.

The motto of the committee is to ?spread it [rainwater] out, slow it down and soak it in? using what watershed stewards consider BMP (Best Management Practices.) The committee works closely with the Forest Steward, the Landscape Committee and the Public Works Director.


Current Members:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y Z

Bonnie Persinger

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Home 2554 Carrollton Rd. Home Phone: (410) 263-1102

Suzanne Weber

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Welcome

The Welcoming Committee is charged with welcoming, face to face, all new residents of Annapolis Roads. The new residents will be given a welcome package to include a copy of the ARPOA Directory, information regarding Annapolis Roads and contacts for the various committees and clubs in the neighborhood, plus coupons and information on services in the area.


Current Members:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y Z

Lisa Lunt

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Home 1015 Old Bay Ridge Rd. Home Phone: 443-321-4606
Liaisons

Security

The Security Liaison is charged with coordinating with our off-duty police officer security force; implementing the community security plan developed in conjunction with our off-duty police officer security force and community law enforcement professionals; reviewing patrol reports; addressing community security concerns with our security force; and updating the community on security issues in a timely manner.

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Annapolis Neck Peninsula Federation

The Annapolis Neck Peninsula Federation was established in 1971 to represent the interests of member organizations regarding the responsible development of the Peninsula, and to work to insure that any change which takes place on the Peninsula will enhance as much as possible the general quality of life and the aesthetic nature of the area. The Federation supports efforts to protect the fragile environment of the area, with particular concern for threats to the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries and to the ground water supply of the Peninsula.

Membership in the Federation is open to any community or other organization representing residents of the Annapolis Neck Peninsula along the boundaries of the South and Severn Rivers and Route 50 Corridor that spans the two rivers and to similar organizations outside but contiguous to those boundaries.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y Z

Anastasia Hopkinson

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Home 1036 Harbor Dr. ANNAPOLIS MD 21403 United StatesHome Phone: 410-268-7838

Public Safety

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Pam Buckenmaier

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Home 1004 York Ln. Home Phone: 410-268-7250

Gretchen Dolan

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Home 1002 York Ln. Home Phone: 410-263-5548