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Please note that the 2018 Howard County Recycling List has been added to the WWW website on the Bulletins/Newsletters/Minutes page for your information.
The September/October Waverly Woods West Newsletter has been uploaded to the website.
Join friends and neighbors as we SAY GOODBYE TO SUMMER .
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
This event is being partially underwritten by a generous donation from FREM.
Howard County Fire & Rescue will be giving a free class on how to recognize and treat an Opioid Overdose.
Wednesday, Sept 26, 6:00 – 6:30 PM at the WWW Clubhouse.
Attendance of a minimum of, but not limited to, 15 is needed for the class to be held. To sign up, please contact Maureen Chapnik at email firstname.lastname@example.org by July 23.
Please see the flyer by clicking below
The WWW website has had several updates recently including the July/August newsletter, latest pool/clubhouse rules and recent amendments to the By-Laws among others. Please send all comments/suggestions to Agnes O’Connell at email@example.com.
As a reminder, the new Garbage/Recycle Vendor begins on June 4th (today) and the change of recycle/garbage days are: –
Monday is Recycle Collection Day
Wednesday is Garbage Collection Day
Dear Community Members:
Re: MD 99 Corridor Investigation
This letter is to inform and update community members that starting the week of May14th, personnel from the Office of Transportation, State Highway Administration and consulting engineers, Sabra Wang & Associates, as part of the MD 99 Investigation, will be conducting field observations and traffic counts on roads and intersections in the MD 99 corridor from Marriottsville Road to Rogers Avenue. The observations will also be conducted in the Valley Mede neighborhood and at Mt. Hebron High School, Patapsco Middle School, Hollifield Station and Waverly Elementary Schools.
These investigations are a follow up a community meeting held on February 6, 2018. The MD 99 Investigation is being led by the Howard County Office of Transportation, in coordination with the Maryland State Highway Administration, and is investigating safety and congestion issues in the Maryland 99 (Old Frederick Road) corridor. The investigation is focused on gathering data, identifying solutions and information to help guide future county and state actions
These observations will include:
These observations are expected to continue throughout the summer and all personnel associated with this project will carry identification.
To learn more about the project, including background, review material from previous public meetings, and the schedule: