Councilman Marks, local community groups announce series of litter clean-ups

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Councilman David Marks and several local community groups have announced a series of litter clean-up events throughout northeastern Baltimore County in the coming weeks. Students seeking service hours or those looking to make a difference in the community are encouraged to attend. Friday, March 29, 2024 10 a.m. 4300 Fitch Avenue (21236) MD Waterways Foundation Saturday, April 20, 2024 […]

Councilman Marks, local volunteers clean up trash around Nottingham area

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Over the holiday weekend, Councilman David Marks and several volunteers cleaned up the Nottingham area. Councilman Marks and volunteers from the Rock City Church Compassion Commission and the Maryland Waterways Foundation removed trash from several different locations. First, the volunteers cleared out vines and other undergrowth that impeded walkers and bikers at the Northeast Trail Bridge near Perry Hall […]

Elected officials, volunteers clean up trash in Perry Hall

PERRY HALL, MD—Local elected officials and volunteers cleaned trash in portions of Perry Hall over the weekend. On Saturday morning, volunteers with the Maryland Waterways Foundation and Rock City Church joined Boy Scouts, Councilman David Marks, Delegate Carl Jackson, and State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger in cleaning up debris throughout western Perry Hall. The crew cleaned up tires, plastic bags, bottles, […]

Volunteers clean up 40 bags of trash in Seven Courts community

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A team of volunteers cleaned up more trash in the Nottingham area on Saturday morning. Citizens collected garbage from Perry Hall’s Seven Courts neighborhood, the second of several cleanups organized by Councilman David Marks’ office. Among those who participated on Saturday were the Seven Courts Citizens on Patrol, the Maryland Waterways Foundation, and the Tropical Smoothie Cafe. In all, […]