April Update

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Ward 6 April Update

Hello Ward 6!  We have some fun news today in our newsletter.  First up, residents along Joslyn please note that a few new homes may be coming to the remaining wooded area.  I will provide more updates as I get them.

Boom! Update 4/26 6:30pm @Town Hall

The University of Maryland's (UMD) Geology Department has completed it's research regarding the Cheverly Booms.  On April 26th 6:30PM the UMD team will present their information in a meeting at Town Hall.  

We hope that many Cheverly residents will attend this meeting to support the work that the University of Maryland has performed.  At this meeting we also hope to have local business owner Joseph Smith in attendance to provide an update to the community on changes he is making to his operations.  

We are asking all residents to please report any boom that they may hear between now and April 26th using the form provided by the University of Maryland: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvvDHDnyN_i6GgXnngSifqkHhSNL_kKeOhUvVgXEWt5nEstA/viewform?c=0&w=1 

This information will be very useful to have at the meeting.  

Team Cheverly

Team Cheverly is replacing C-PACT as Cheverly’s Neighborhood Watch Organization and policing platform from 2018 into the future. C-PACT has done a wonderful job for the Cheverly community and many of its successful programs will continue. However, Team Cheverly more aptly describes the partnership that the Cheverly Police would like to maintain with our residents. As you already know, cheverlypolice.org will be the main portal by which the police can share information, provide lookouts and update crime issues, and share our services with the community. How you reach the portal is decided by which political ward you reside in.Ward 6 is Team6@cheve
;  To join, simply send an email with the words “I would like to join” to the team6@cheverlypolice.org and we will add you to the mailing list.
Services that available through the portal include:
* Latest crime statistics.
* Lookouts tailored to each Ward.
* General news and announcements.
* Request for home security surveys.
* Requests for House Checks (at least two days in advance or call the office).
* General crime prevention and deterrence ideas.
* Notifications of street lights out.
* Notifications of abandoned or unlicensed vehicles.
* Questions about general community problems answered.
* Confidential information will be handled appropriately.

Thanks to everyone who has signed up for the curbside composting pilot program.  We are close to launching!  Stay tuned!
Do you have feral cats on your street?  We are in the process of identifying the locations of feral cats in town so please email me at bethpmackenzie@gmail.com with the location of the cats near you.  Thanks!
Spring is right around the corner which means we will be launching our first ever storywalk! The first storywalk will be in Boyd Park and would like to highlight the history of Old Fourth Ward.  Do you have a story about someone/something you would like to be included?  If so, please send to me at bethpmackenzie@gmail.com 
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