On The Agenda November 2022 by President, Karen M. Coakley
Updated: 2 days ago
Auto thefts are on the rise, please remove valuables from your car and lock it. Also, park in a well-lighted area. As I drive around Beltsville at night, I am amazed at the number of homes that do not have any outside lights on. Lights are a deterrent. There are a variety of flood lights, dusk to dawn or motion sensitive. Battery operated and solar lights are easy to install if you cannot afford to pay an electrician.
Just a reminder that it is the time of year to check your smoke alarms and carbon Monoxide detectors. You should update to the newer 10-year combination alarms because they have a 10-year sealed battery.
If possible, avoid Powder Mill Road and use Ammendale and Cherry Hill Roads to and from Route 1. Milling and paving began October 3rd. The first phase of paving occured between Pine Street and Garrett Avenue, the second phase will be between Route 1 and Rhode Island Avenue, and the third phase will be between Rhode Island and Garrett Avenue. Paving will take place between 11:00 am and 10:00 pm. In addition to the paving, there are still ongoing drainage improvements and sidewalks are being installed between Garrett and Rhode Island Avenue daily between 8 am and 4 pm.
Our next Virtual meeting will be Wednesday, November 16th at 7:00 pm. Look for details on the Beltsville News Facebook page and Nextdoor.com.
If you have a community concern, I can be reached at 301-741-7672 or email@example.com