Page 12 The Dundalk Eagle July 16, 2020 Over $1.4 million grant announced to help support green infrastructure The Chesapeake Bay Trust, manager of the funds from the “Protect the Chesapeake” license plate program, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announce $1,429,161 in funding for the Chesapeake Bay Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant Program (G3). These awards help communities develop and implement plans that reduce stormwater runoff, increase the amount of green spaces in urban areas, improve the health of local rivers, streams, and the Chesapeake Bay, create “green jobs,” and enhance livability in cities and communities. This announcement highlights awards made to 25 innovative green infrastructure projects that span Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia with almost half of the recipients being new applicants to the program. The work of the G3 program is intended to facilitate and encourage community integration of green techniques into traditional “gray” infrastructure projects. As communities have to, for example, repave roads, reconfigure intersections, or implement other gray infrastructure projects, the G3 program encourages them to add green elements at little additional up-front cost for cost effective savings on stormwater treatment, flooding abatement, and other community benefits. “The EPA congratulates all of our grantees for putting forth Green Infrastructure projects that will support clean water and strong neighborhoods,” said EPA Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Cosmo Servidio. “We are proud to assist communities in their efforts to reduce pollution to local waters and the Chesapeake Bay while improving their economy and quality of life.” The awardees announced today will not only implement projects that include enhanced community safety and quality of life, the removal of impervious surfaces, expansion of urban tree canopies, inclusion of bioretention and other stormwater treatment practices, vacant lot retrofitting, and other green infrastructure practices throughout the region’s watershed, but also share their plans and projects to ensure that others in the greater Chesapeake Bay watershed community can benefit from their lead. “The communities and organizations receiving awards today serve as models for the entire Chesapeake watershed and beyond,” Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio said. “By supporting these green infrastructure initiatives, we will continue to foster innovation and acknowledge the multiple benefits of meeting our water quality goals.” Eligibility for application extends to communities within Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia thanks to the collaboration of funding partners within Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region. “This year, perhaps more than ever, communities are seeing the importance of providing green spaces and green features that encourage their residents to walk, recreate, and just ‘be’ outdoors,” stated Dr. Jana Davis, executive director of the Chesapeake Bay Trust. “During these times of the pandemic, so many more residents are realizing the aesthetic, health-related, and even economic power of being outdoors, and grants like these will enhance their ability to do so.” CHURCH DIRECTORY ASSEMBLY OF GOD UNITED METHODIST Sept 1- May 31 8:30am Sun Sch. 9:45am Worship June 1-August 31 Pastor M. Jamal Foster, M.Div. firstname.lastname@example.org New Light Lutheran Church 2120 Dundalk Ave., 410-284-6840 Amazing Praise Rock 9am Amazing Grace Service 11am Pastor Kristi King www.newlightdundalk.com Inverness Presbyterian Church 7909 Wise Ave. • 410-282-3143 Worship Service 10:55 am, 6:30 pm Sunday School (all ages) 9:30 am Bethel Assembly of God 7360 Waldman Avenue Edgemere, Maryland 21219 410-477-0425 James Caris, Pastor Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Patapsco United Methodist 7800 Wise Avenue • 410-288-5488 Worship 8:08 am & 11 am, Youth 11 am Adult Sunday School 9 am www.facebook.com/plfcp Pastor Katie Grover ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF GOD Our Lady of Hope Church 1727 Lynch Road 410-284-6600 Rev. Ross Conklin Jr. Sat. Confession 3-3:45 pm, Mass 4 pm Sun. Mass 8:30 am & 11:30 am First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Gray Manor - NALC 212 Oakwood Rd, 21222 410-284-6657 Interim Pastor Craig Moorman Sunday Worship 8:15, 11am Sunday School 9:45am (all ages) Church of God at Dundalk 6 Yorkway Dundalk, MD 21222 410-284-0722 Sunday Worship 11:00am Pastor Jeff Tomlinson Eastern Assembly of God 7923 Wise Avenue 410-285-6010 Sunday Worship 8:30 am, 11 am easternassembly.org Edward Michael, Pastor Graceland United Methodist Church 6714 Youngstown Ave. 410-633-8799 Sunday Worship Service 11:00 am Sunday School 9:30 am Rev. Daniel T. Kutrick Website: gracelandumc.com St. Luke - Edgemere 7517 North Point Rd. • 410-477-5200 email@example.com Rev. Ross Conklin Jr. Masses Sat. 5:30pm • Sun. 10:00am Rel. Ed. Office 410-477-5201 East Balto. Church of God 800 S. Oldham St., 21224 410-327-0177 Sunday Services 11 am & 6 pm Robert E. Dodson, Pastor eastbaltimorechurchofgod.com NONDENOMINATIONAL BAPTIST Edgemere Bible Church 3011 Ross Ave., 410-477-4149 edgemerebiblechurch.org Gary L. Holbrook, Pastor Sunday School 10 am • Worship 11 am Wednesday meeting 6:15 pm Lodge Forest United Methodist 2715 Lodge Forest Drive, 21219 410-477-0976, Daycare: 410-477-5216 Worship & Sunday School 9:30 am www.facebook.com/plfcp Pastor Katie Grover Calvary Baptist Church 7321 Manchester Rd. • 21222 410-285-4129 www.cbcdundalk.org Stacey Shifflett, Pastor Saint Rita Catholic Church 3 Dunmanway, Ph: 410-284-0388 Pastor: Rev. Mariano Varela Sunday Masses: 9AM & 11:15AM** **(Children’s Liturgy of the Word) Weekday Mass: 12 Noon Mon, Thurs, Confessions: Sundays 10:30-11:00 AM EPISCOPAL Crossroads Baptist Church 3201 Lynch Rd. & Martha Ave. Edgemere, MD 21219 410-388-0255 Walter Eugene Gunter, Pastor St. George’s & St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church 2900 Dunleer Road • 21222 410-284-6242 •www.stgandstm.org Service Every Sunday 9 AM North Point Church of God 7501 Old Battle Grove Rd., 21222 Sunday Services 10:30 am & 7 pm Sunday School 9:30 am Wed. Service 7 pm • 410-477-1279 Pastor Clyde Whitener Watersedge Baptist Church 3483 Liberty Parkway • 21222 Wheelchair Accessible Church - 410-282-1974 Child Care - 410-282-1994 Pastor Ken Ledwell effective July 12, 2020 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST United Evangelical Church 3200 Dillon St., Canton, MD 21224, 410-276-0393 Worship Services: Sun. 10:00 am Sunday School: 9:00 am Rev. Cathy Oatman INDEPENDENT Sonshine Fellowship Church 7201 Sollers Pt. Rd., 410-285-0080 9:45am, Sun. Sch., 11am Worship sonshinefellowshipchurch.org Pastor Terry Turbin PRESBYTERIAN Hughes Mem. Presbyterian 3008-3010 Sparrows Pt. Rd. Edgemere, 21219 • 410-477-3711 Worship Service Sun. 10:30 am Sunday School 9:45am - 10:15am Rev. Dr. Leonard Hornick, Pastor North Point Baptist Church 4201 North Point Boulevard 410-477-4530 SS 9:45 am Worship: 11 am/6 pm Wed. Bible Study: 7 pm LUTHERAN St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church-ELCA 1803 Dundalk Ave., 21222 410-633-5374 Pastor A.J. Houseman Sunday School 9:00 am, Sunday Service 10 am Church on the Point 7306 North Point Road Edgemere, MD 21219 Phone# 410-709-8066 Service time 10 AM Pastor Jon Brewin TO ADVERTISE ON THIS PAGE PLEASE CALL CINDY AT 410-770-4177 OR EMAIL CSEBLY@CHESPUB.COM St. John’s Evan. Lutheran Church 7801 North Point Rd., 21219 Sun. Worship Facebook at 10:00 am Pastor Moses Gobah 410-477-4409 Greater St. John Baptist Church 209 Walnut Ave., 21222 9:30am Sun Sch. 10:45am Worship
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