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Jun 9, 2016 - Career Technical Education (CTE) Incentive Grant Memorandum of Understanding d. Update â 16-17 Joint Powers Authority Agreements between ASCIP and each charter e. One-time buy back of Sick Time Balances affecting all staff f. Interim
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Nov 13, 2017 - DELRAN, NJ. CALL TO ORDER. SALUTE TO THE FLAG. Sunshine Statement: Be advised that proper notice has been given by the Township. Council in accordance with the sunshine law in the following manner. Notice advertised in the Burlington C
Oct 27, 2015 - Operations a. Policy review o Board meeting visitor policy. 1. Change text about order of sessions. 2. Add text that visitors can be added to the meeting per discretion of secretary and president o Charity and support policy. 1. Good.
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Sep 2, 2014 - million at the end of last year. Mr. Barker stated that since March 11th and June 30th the Mayor received $4,400 for working at a volunteer call center for a PAC. He is taking money from an organization that has contributed to his campa
Apr 9, 2015 - ALICE K. HOPPES AFRICAN AMERICAN PAVILION ... Staff present: Dan Mourning, General Manager. Erin Thompson, Media Director. Bill Nordin, Chief Financial Officer. Ken Salazar, Operations Manager ... Thompson responded that yes there is an
Apr 21, 2016 - David Crippens states that the memo answers questions clarifies that the money spent is not the foundation's money. â¢. Chini Johnson-Taylor states that it answers questions and asks if the SLATE-Z employee answers to .... Darlene Kub
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Nov 14, 2017 - the OB newsletter educating residents on this topic. ... Tim â 3 great programs in Howard County: 1) Howard County legacy leadership for the.
Dec 7, 2016 - Reports from Sister City Committees. Cergy-Pontoise (CP) - Laura Smit. â CP program coordinator sent an email asking about an adult exchange program, possibly ... Language concerns were discussed when hosting people from Cap-Haitien.
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Administrator to finalize a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the potential sale of three (3) city owned properties as ... necessary changes and proceed to advertise for the position. She said if there are any ... Motion Carried Unanimously. There bein
Abby Arnold states that students remain anonymous to the volunteer essay scorers,. (board members, faculty receiving flex credit, and donors) as they score in batches of. 10. â¢. Darlene Kuba asks what happens if a person does not have good writing
Dec 9, 2015 - New Business- improvements at. Dannon ... Request the Howard County DPW to include a number of the watershed remediation projects on ...
Feb 12, 2015 - (e) Carol Weil, Long Reach, spoke about Dannon Garth Pond. (f) Geof Harston, Long Reach, ... signatures in favor of keeping the pond as it is. (o) Ty Lucas, Long Reach, .... Ms. McCord explained that the Columbia Downtown Housing Corpo
Nov 16, 2015 - the Kentuck Art Center Renovations Project ($100,000 in the 2016 budget and $100,000 in the 2017 budget), ... awarding Bid File 15-17, Miscellaneous Automotive Parts to Northport Auto. Supply, the bidder meeting ... Travel/Training, 4
Oct 3, 2017 - on the MCPS website. b. The Beall PTA did not support any of the boundary options presented as they were not in the best interest of Beall. Approximately 1/3 of Beall students would be affected. c. All boundary options did not include t
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Mar 4, 2014 - MUNICIPAL BUILDING. DELRAN, NJ. CALL TO ORDER. SALUTE TO THE FLAG. Sunshine Statement: Be advised that proper notice has been given by the ... ROLL CALL: Ms. Pangia, Mrs. Kolodi, Mr. Morrow and Mr. Catrambone were present. ..... job mak
CA Senior Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes Thursday, June 16, 2016 2:30 pm, Wilde Lake Tennis Club 10400 Cross Fox Lane, Columbia, MD 21044 The meeting was called to order at 2:30 pm. Members/Liaisons Present Michelle Miller, Sharonlee Vogel, Courtney Barkley, Bernice Kish, Jean Salkeld, Arleen Tate, Mary McGraw, Roger Chang, John Eberhard, Patty Dugan and Dale Virginia Wasmus taking notes. Excused/Absent George Laniano, Rusty Toler and Paul Verchinski Guests Members of Howard County Pickleball League Approval of Agenda Agenda approved as submitted. Approval of Minutes The May meeting minutes were approved as amended to include John Eberhard’s edits. New Business Pickleball Demonstration: members participated in pickleball demonstration led by various members of the Howard County Pickleball League. Chair’s Report: Chair asked for consensus in skipping August meeting as the SAC usually does not meet in August. Group approved. Liaison Reports Courtney Barkley – Office on Aging: The Loan Closet of Howard County reopened on June 15th. It is now located at Long Reach Village Center, 8775 Cloudleap Court, Suite 11, Columbia, MD 21045. The hours of operation are Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 9 am until 4 pm, or by appointment. Senior Day at the Howard County Fair will be on Tuesday; 8/9/16 from 10 am to 3 pm. Courtney will have fliers available at the next SAC meeting. Howard County Department of Citizen Services Changes effective July 1, 2016, has multiple name changes. CHANGING NAMES • Department of Citizen Services becomes Department of Community Resources and Services • Office on Aging becomes Office on Aging and Independence • Office of Consumer Affairs becomes Office of Consumer Protection • Office of Children’s Services becomes Office of Children and Families ADDING NEW OFFICES • Office of Veterans and Military Families • Office of Community Partnerships • Office of Local Children’s Board • Office of ADA Coordination Michelle Miller – Columbia Association:
Festival of the Arts, free Weekend in the Woods, is taking place this weekend in Symphony Woods. The complete schedule is online at Columbiiafestival.org. Columbia Association is hosting an Open House on June 25 that will have an open houses at all the facilities and free demo classes. CA’s Lakefront Summer Festival started on Monday, 6/13/16 CA Summer Camps will start on Monday, 6/20/16. Patricia Dugan – Columbia Association: The Horizon Foundation invited the Columbia Association to participate as a community partner in a countywide collaborative program. This program is focused on ensuring end-of-life care wishes are known and honored for all who work and live in Howard County. It is a year-long process where collaborative participating organizations will develop and implement a plan to improve end-of-life care. Patricia Dugan will attend a kickoff event for the end-of-life collaborative to learn more about the process and how CA can contribute. Patricia attended the annual conference of the Maryland Gerontological Association. The focus for the conference was “Healthy Aging in a New Age.” The keynote speaker was Judah Ronch, PhD, professor at the Erickson School at UMBC. His speech, titled “How Words Make Worlds,” focused on the topics several topics such as: words used define one’s reality; the entrenched model of aging; and the necessity for culture change in attitudes about aging. Other presentations addressed issues that illuminated trends and programs for healthy aging: the positive impact of technology, arts intervention strategies for healthcare providers, and the benefits of motion for the elderly. Mary McGraw – The Village in Howard: Approximately 50 people attended the annual picnic held at East Cedar Lane Park. This coming Saturday, June 18, 2016, The Appraisal Road Show will take place at Oliver Carriage House in Columbia. The Village in Howard has been housed for the last two years at Winter Growth. They will be looking for new office space. There are currently 110 members. Sharonlee Vogel – MD Commission on Aging/Howard County Commission on Aging: Attended Howard County retreat regarding budget and impact on various services. The County does not apply for a lot of grants. Sharonlee previously sent out a survey from the state. The state is finishing its review of the survey and when the results are available she’ll send the results. Member Sharing: Bernice Kishm Wilde Lake: Sent her report about what was going on with the SAC to Wilde Lake, and it was included in the newsletter. John Eberhard, At Large: repositioning cruises.
Next Thursday John will be presenting a talk for the Village in Howard on
Meeting Schedule: The next SAC meeting will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2016, 2:30 pm at CA Headquarters. Adjournment: The meeting was adjourned at 4:00 pm.