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Oak Crest Village celebrates new fitness and aquatic center

Oak Crest Community Ribbon Cutting 20180319On Monday, March 19, residents of Oak Crest Village in Parkville celebrated the opening of a new fitness and aquatic center at the retirement community.

The improvements were part of a $15 million renovation project at Oak Crest Village.

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks commented on the importance of the project at Oak Crest Village, home to more than 2,000 residents.

“Oak Crest Village is now more than two decades old, and like any home or neighborhood, it needs to be refreshed and updated,” said Councilman Marks. “I was honored to support the bond that helped provide funding for this project—money that will repaid.”

Chris Montcalmo, founder at and president-elect of the Parkville Carney Business Association, also attended the ceremony. Oak Crest Village Executive Director Mark Roussey spoke, as did several residents.

Oak Crest Village is a not-for-profit community managed by Erickson Living.

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