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VNCA Dumpster day (1)
VNCA Dumpster day (1)

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VNCA Yard (11 x 8.5 ) (1)

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VNCA Dumpster day (1)
VNCA Dumpster day (1)

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We are all responsible for consistently maintaining a high standard of living within our community. Our residents’ satisfaction is a priority of the Villa Nova Community Association. We work to resolve problems and plan community events. Being a member of the Villa Nova Community Association means you are helping to improve and keep Villa Nova a great place to live.

Help us continue the great work of this association by paying your dues. Dues paying members may vote and receive a free table at the flea market. The accomplishments of the VNCA over the past years include: Buckingham RD Bridge repaired and reopened; installation of flag pole and war memorial; speed humps on Buckingham RD; 4-way STOP sign at Buckingham and Rockridge RDs; tree planting along stream banks to prevent erosion and protect stream environment; installation of wood duck houses to encourage repopulation;  USPS change to Pikesville, Maryland; repair of war memorial monument; new Villa Nova Welcome sign at the Buckingham RD Bridge; fought zoning on an oversigned sign at an assisted living facility in Villa Nova; prevent the Planned Unit Development (P.U.D.) at the former Pahl's Farm on Bedford RD and work with Augsburg Lutheran Village to tailor their P.U.D. to meet the needs of the Villa Nova community.

Thank you Villa Nova! All accomplished because of you, the volunteer!

NEW SITE: Former Sears Automotive Center at White Marsh Mall (Lower Level) (8200 Perry Hall Blvd, White Marsh, 21236) 
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Liberty Family Resource Center (3525 Resource Drive, Randallstown, 21133) 
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Drumcastle Government Center (6401 York Road, Towson, 21212)
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Dundalk Health Center (7700 Dunmanway, Dundalk, 21222) 
Wednesdays: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Baltimore County Moving to Appointment-based Testing
To improve the patient experience, Baltimore County will be moving to appointment only testing at County testing clinics beginning Monday, January 10. You must have an appointment to receive a COVID-19 test.

TOWSON, MD — The Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation today announced several changes to the Bureau of Solid Waste Management’s regulations, including:

  • Beginning April 1, 2022, the County will require all separate yard material collection to be placed in paper bags and will no longer accept plastic bags for yard waste. This new rule will allow the County to turn more of the yard waste collected into compost, and will allow for a higher quality of compost material, which is available for free to County residents to use in their landscaping or gardens. This update fulfils a recommendation of the County’s Solid Waste Work Group. To assist with this transition, the County will provide residents with paper yard material bags at no cost. Paper bags will be available for pick-up at all County trash and recycling drop-off centers, all Baltimore County Public Library branches and all County senior centers. Paper bags will be limited to five per person and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • The County will accept larger weight and capacity limits for trash and recycling containers (up to 45 pounds and 45 gallon cans) as well as the ability to use containers compatible with mechanical cart tippers. 

  • The County will introduce a new “sliding” schedule for collection holidays. Starting January 1, 2022, scheduled collection days which falls on or after a holiday will generally “slide” to one day later that week. This “slide” will apply to all types of collections (trash, recycling and yard material), meaning that residents will no longer have to hold recyclables for an extra week after a holiday.

  • The County will introduce a bulk collection program starting in early 2022. More details will be released in the coming months. 

  • The County will update language to better reflect current programing at the County’s three drop-off centers, including accepted recyclables and the location of the household hazardous waste collection area at the Central Acceptance Facility.

Dear Friends and Neighbors, 

This week I introduced the attached Resolution objecting to the United States Postal Service’s mail delivery slowdowns and postal rate hikes and calling for an immediate halt to both actions pending further investigation by Congress. 

With another holiday season quickly approaching, it is imperative that the United States Postal Service provide efficient and reliable mail delivery service to all of us. Yet on October 1, 2021, the United States Postal Service set in motion a planned mail delivery slowdown that will delay First-Class mail by as many as two additional days, expanding the average national delivery wait time from 1-3 days to 3-5 days. The plan implemented on October 1st also raised rates for First-Class mail by 6.8% and increased the price of stamps to $0.58.¹ This is unacceptable to me.  

As a U.S. Representative for Baltimore County, Howard County, and Baltimore City residents, I understand that my constituents continue to be significantly impacted by mail delivery delays and many already struggle to pay for postal services. The people of Maryland, particularly older people and people with disabilities, rely on the Postal Service for their health and financial wellness. They deserve reliable, affordable, and efficient mail delivery services, and will be disproportionately affected by the Postal Service’s operational changes.

Please review the Resolution I introduced by clicking the link here.

I would like to thank Representatives Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC), David Cicilline (RI), and Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL) for being original cosponsors of this important legislative effort. I look forward to working with my colleagues in Congress to pass this concurrent resolution and to ensure you get a government that is responsive and accountable.

Yours in service,

Kweisi Mfume
Member of Congress





POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL Meetings 4th Tuesday of the Month at 7pm at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation at the corner of Park Heights And Slade Avenues. Parking in the rear. All are welcome!


Meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm at the Randallstown Community Center on Resource Drive. All are welcome!

The CAMPFIELD JUDY CENTER needs volunteers. Contact Maureen Creitz, 410.887.1266, 6834 Alter Street.

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Please continue to register for the COVID-19 Vaccine by clicking on the link below: