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Commission on the Future of the Pikesville Armory

In September 2017, Governor Hogan issued Executive Order 01.01.2017.20, officially establishing the Commission on the Future of the Pikesville Armory.  The Commission’s purpose  is to consult with Pikesville community members and other persons with relevant expertise on future uses for the Pikesville Armory.

Built in 1903, the Pikesville Armory was part of the National Guard’s 20th Century reorganization and expansion. It is the second oldest armory in the state of Maryland and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

Commission Members:

CHAIRS
Senator Bobby Zirkin
Councilwoman Vicki Almond

THOUSAND FRIENDS
Mel Mintz
Howard Needle

PIKESVILLE REC
Brian Friedlander
Elaine Quince

PIKESVILLE CHAMBER
Jessica Normington
Arthur Putzel

COMMUNITY GROUPS/ASSOCIATIONS
Sara Glick
Dean Rondell
Barry Blank
Barbara Sindler
Frank Rodbell

AT LARGE
Leonard Attman
Barry Williams
Bob Pollokoff

EX OFFICIO
Delegate Dan Morhaim
Delegate Dana Stein
Delegate Shelly Hettleman
Jack Greenberg
Mitch Posner, CHAI
David Ginsburg
Jeff Rosen
Ruth Goldstein
Shelly Morhaim
Ira Garonzik
Steve Ziger
David Thaler
Cheryl Pasteur
David Uhlfelder
Jonathan Ehrenfeld
Isaac Hametz
Mark Schlossberg
Marty Azola
Marc Cohen
BMW Towson
Alan Zuckerberg
Janet Penn
Anita Brownstein
Roland Campbell

Relevant Documents
April 19 Pikesville Armory Commision Meeting Agenda-2
MDE Pikesville Armory 1.18.18
MHT Pikesville Armory Presentation_1.18.18 (1)MHT Pikesville Armory Presentation_1.18.18 (2)
1.18.18 Pikesville Armory Meeting minutes

Upcoming Meetings
Thursday, April 19, 2018
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company
40 E Sudbrook Lane
Pikesville, MD 21208

 

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