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The Colgate Improvement Association is not under the leadership of any Organization, Corporation, or Political Affiliation. All issues relating to it's Agenda, Application for Grants, or Community Activities are first approved by it's Board of Directors, Officers in Leadership, and it's active Membership Body.
We will not be distributing flyers this year. Please let your neighbors know!
WHAT WOULD YOU DO??????
The North Point Outreach Team will be presenting a program entitled "Civilian Response to an Active Shooter". The program will feature the latest known tactics for dealing with an active shooter.
We are planning to have this on Wednesday October 21st at 6:30 PM.
We need to know how many people will be attending before we reserve a location that will be suitable for the size of the audience.
This is not just for community association presidents. If you are familiar with people within your neighborhood who are interested please pass the information along, however we do need a head count to plan for attendance.
Colgate Improvement Association Mission
"Our vision is to unite the neighborhood by working together for an improved quality of life and the beautification of our community for the enjoyment of all its residents."
On Wednesday, August 26th, at 7 pm at the North Point Police station there will be a meeting to give information about COP. If anyone is interested in learning about Citizens on Patrol or helping the community establish one, please attend.
We have added a Local Business Directory to the site! Please look on the left side of the page for the link to resident who operating or own businesses and live right here in Colgate!! If you want to be included in the directory, please email us at email@example.com!
We want to thank the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation for assisting in bringing in the kids from New Horizons II! These teens went through Colgate helping to clean up the neighborhood, picking up trash and paint notices at storm drains to help prevent runoff in the Bay!
HAVE YOU SEEN A RAT?
Rats reproduce every three weeks, yielding 5-6 in each litter. So if you see a rat, there’s likely at least 6 in your area.
In 3 weeks there will be 36
In 6 weeks there will be 216
In 9 weeks there will be 1,296
In 12 weeks there will be 7, 776
Still think it shouldn’t be reported if someone isn’t properly disposing their garbage?
Without food, rats die in four months. With eradication and proactive residents, we can eliminate a lot of the rat population. They will simply go to an area where they can get food.
Rat complaints can be sent via the County website or through the Colgate Improvement Association. In both cases, you can remain anonymous.
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If you haven't yet, check out our newest addition to the site, a tour through some of our community's best looking houses and yards. Just click the link on the left side!
The No Soliciting signs are made and ready to go! These are posted at Eastern & 54th, Eastern & Rolling Mill, Baltimore and & Rolling Mill, and at the Welcome to Colgate sign at Colgate Park. If you see any solicitors please call Baltimore County Police to have them removed from the neighborhood.
If you need to reach us, please either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail us at PO Box 25776, Baltimore, MD 21224. You can also voice your concerns at our monthly meetings held at St. Peter's Church the first Saturday of the month at 2 PM. Our next meeting will be Saturday, September 5, 2015 as we do not have summer meetings.
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