Story by Bryen Glass
Applications are now being accepted for board member positions on the new Greater Randallstown Community Development Organization. The organization will receive about $600,000 of federal COVID-related funds to launch the community group with the purpose of revitalizing the Liberty Road corridor in Randallstown. Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski stated:
“We believe the Liberty Road commercial corridor is a prime candidate for revitalization, and we are proud to be working closely with residents as we create an even more vibrant and dynamic Randallstown. We look forward to working with the Nelson Ideation Group and our incredible community leaders to advance revitalization efforts in Randallstown, ensuring the Liberty Road corridor remains a thriving destination for residents for generations to come.”
Interested applicant may access the official documents for the CDO Board application, criteria for board members and the roles and responsibilities of board members below.
Each person who desires to be selected for the board will need to access the application link or QR code on Survey Monkey. Each question must be addressed to be able to submit the application and each candidate must upload a resume.
The application period opens on April 17, 2023 and will close on April 30, 2023. Please note that during the application and selection period, TNIG will not entertain discussion about any particular candidate or the process. If you have any general questions, contact:
Dorothy C. Jackson
(667) 755-3229 - Mobile
Please share with family, friends, and neighbors. Don't forget to subscribe to www.4410online.com for more news, information and resources.