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 EVENTS

February 13, 2023, 7:00 PM, First Baptist Church, Crofton

CCA Board Meeting.  This meeting will be held in person and by Zoom. If you wish to attend by Zoom, please email Town Hall with your name, address, and phone by

2:00 PM February 13th and you will be sent a meeting link.

February 23, 5:00 PM, Chesapeake Terrace Rubble Landfill Public Hearing

A Public Hearing will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel located at 210 Holiday Court, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, in the Coastal Room and Lower Lobby.

The Public Hearing will be held to provide citizens an opportunity to formally comment on MDE’s Tentative Determination to approve the proposed landfill.

MEETING DETAILS

Update 1/30/23 From Maryland Department of the Environment:

The Public Comment period will be extended until May 1, 2023. MDE's Solid Waste Program provided you with a Notice of Tentative Determination and Public Hearing for the Proposed Chesapeake Terrace Rubble Landfill on January 25, 2023. MDE has received a request to extend the public comment period by 60 days in accordance with §1-606(d)(ii) of the Environment Article. Therefore, MDE has extended the public comment period until

May 1, 2023.

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The Crofton Farmers Market returns for its Winter Season on select Saturdays from 10am–2pm at the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Crofton, MD.  

The market features dozens of local vendors and of course Food Trucks.

January 28th

February 18th

March 4th & 18th

April 1st, 15th & 29th

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December ADVOCATE 2022 is now available.  CCA residents will receive a hard copy by mail. Flipbook version here.

LATEST NEWS

January 27, 2023

Look who came to visit the Crofton Police officers.

A representative from Matthew Ministries in partnership with Duracell dropped off some batteries. Matthew Ministries is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping more than 20 million people in need each year.

Today they will be at the new Giant location in the Crofton Centre handing out important information so please stop by for a visit.

Thanks you so much for your service.

Completed plantings by the County Forestry Board

In December 2022, the County Forestry Board completed the planting of over 1,600 native trees and shrubs on approximately four acres of the area formerly known as the “Enclave” property that the community purchased in 2021, ensuring that this land will be forever protected from development.  

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Community Awards Banquet, October 19, 2022

The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce held it's annual Community Awards Benefit on October 19, 2022.  CCA Town Manager Martin H. Simon presented the Citizen of the Year Award to resident Renee Speer.  Crofton Police Chief Earl Fox presented the Officer of the Year Award to Cpl. Jason Jett, and promoted him to Sergeant. PHOTOS

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Festival on the Green, April 30, 2022

County Executive Steuart Pittman (right) presents a $310,000 grant check to Dr. Ronald Sroka of the Village Green Property Owners Association, as CCA President Martin H. Simon looks on.  See Festival photos here.

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County Executive Signs “Front Yard” Purchase Bill

 

County Executive Steuart Pittman came to Crofton June 16th to sign Bill 51-21, the legislation that authorizes the Crofton Civic Association’s purchase of the 7-acre parcel at Crofton’s main entrance on Rt. 3. In attendance for the event were all nine members of the CCA’s Board of Directors, other elected officials including State Senator Ed Reilly, Delegate Heather Bagnall, County Councilman Andrew Pruski, Town Hall staff, and a gathering of interested residents who had been supportive of the effort.

 

CCA Board President Martin Simon said in his remarks, “The legislation about to be signed here represents a major step forward in answering the 33-year-old question – ‘What will become of Crofton’s Front yard?’. Since 1988, when this 7-acre parcel was converted to C-3 zoning, our residents have been waiting…and waiting…to see what would become of this land.

For thirty plus years, that decision has been in the hands of others, but now, we as a community will be able to make that decision, together!”.

 

See video on Facebook Live:

 https://www.facebook.com/AACoExec/videos/1418615525169156

Enclave” Property VOTE status

 Additional information can be found here.

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    COUNTY NEWS

AACo Budget Town Halls 2023

County Executive Pittman will once again be holding community Budget Town Hall meetings.  Please register to join us using the link for your district's town hall.  Residents in attendance will be given two minutes each to share public testimony about what they would like funded in the county budget.

The Anne Arundel County Office of Transportation has announced a fare free shuttle service to County residents with stops at the the Westfield Mall, the Village at Waugh Chapel, Waugh Chapel Town Center, and the Crofton Country Club. This service runs Monday through Friday. 

Route and schedule information

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YOUR DISTRICT

Districts

The Crofton Special Community Benefits District (CSCBD) is divided into five districts.  Click here to find your district.

CCA Community ListServ

To be added to our ListServ, please contact us at: ccatownhall@comcast.net and include in your email:

  • Your name

  • Home address

  • Phone number

*Our ListServ is only available to residents of the Crofton Special Community Benefits District (CSCBD), as well as businesses, schools, and churches located in the CSCBD.

To ensure email delivery, please revise email inbox settings to allow messages from ccatownhall@pb03.wixshoutout.com

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CCA DONATIONS

CCA Donations

The CCA is now accepting on-line donations!  Donation dollars will support the vital services provided by the CCA that your tax dollars do not.  These services include protecting property values by enforcing covenants, proactively representing your interests in area development and zoning concerns, and administering the Tax District overall.  We have no other revenue stream than donations from our members, so your contributions are vital to the success of our community.

Please support your civic association today!!

As always, if you would prefer to donate the old fashioned way, please send a check or money order to: Crofton Civic Association, 1576 Crofton Parkway, Crofton, MD, 21114.

Thank you for your much needed support!

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