Steuart Pittman to Speak at February GSPC Meeting

 County Executive Steuart Pittman will be speaking at the GSPC February 12th meeting after a scheduling conflict that prevented him from speaking at last month’s meeting.

Steuart Pittman never intended to run for office. As a community organizer and businessman, he learned to develop others as leaders. But he also learned to listen, and to act when called upon.

Anne Arundel County is at a critical moment. It can continue to pursue the incumbent executive’s fiscally irresponsible “growth by leaps and bounds”, or it can address the needs of its communities and people. Steuart looked hard for a leader to take on Steve Schuh in 2018 and none stepped forward. After nudging from family, friends, and likeminded community leaders Steuart discovered that he was in fact the person for the job.

 – taken from https://www.pittmanforpeople.com/aboutsteuart.html

State of The Magothy

Saving nine acres of wetlands along Cattail Creek from a 32 townhouse project, seeing increased SAV on the north shore, establishing a new partnership with Towson University, renewing friendships with the County and Anne Arundel Community College gives us hope that we can restore and preserve the Magothy for generations to enjoy. See you at the State of the Magothy

Paul Spadaro
MRA president

November 2017 Speaker

ChrisPhipps_3_pyramidThe speaker for the November 14th meeting is Chris Phipps, Director of AA County Public Works Department.  The Department of Public Works’ mission is to provide safe drinking water, process public wastewater, manage the collection and recycling of solid waste, design and construct public works, and restore County waterways.

June 2017 Speaker

arloGeorge Arlotto, Ed.D., Superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools will be speaking at the GSPC meeting on 6/13/2017.  We hope to see you there. 


December Meeting Speaker

jim-fredericksLt. Jim Fredericks, Commander, Homeland Security, Anne Arundel County Police Department.  He will address Homeland Security concerns.  Photo courtesy of capitalgazette.com

March Meeting

We plan to have a discussion with some of our state legislature representatives and get an update on the current legislative session.