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Updates:

BQCA General Meeting – Tuesday, October 23, at St. Matthew Lutheran Church with a PotLuck Dinner beginning at 6:30PM
Guest Speakers are Officer Joe Seckens representing the Baltimore County Police Department, and Al Redmer, the Republican candidate for Baltimore County Executive

Community Cleanup – Saturday, October 27, at Long Beach Oyster Bar parking lot beginning at 8AM

BQCA Board Meeting – Monday, November 5, at 7PM (tentative)


The annual BQCA Crab Feast is scheduled for Saturday, October 6, at 1615 Holly Tree Road. The menu includes steamed crabs, crab soup, steamed shrimp, corn, salad, desserts, coffee, water and sodas. Beer will be available for cash donations. The feast begins at 5:30PM and continues to 9:30PM. Tickets are available from Board Members for a $45 donation. Please plan to support our last fundraiser of the year. If you are unable to attend, please consider a donation of any size.

E-Mail rsvp@bqca.org for more information and tickets.

    

ABOUT US: 

Bowleys Quarters is a unique waterfront and residential community in eastern Baltimore County offering diverse home designs, endless recreational opportunities and outstanding natural resources.  We are THE representative community association - open to diverse viewpoints, transparent organizational participation, unparalleled representation, and a proactive commitment to protecting eastern Baltimore County's natural, agricultural and scenic resources.  The Association has a strong commitment to keeping residents informed on issues that affect the overall community, including presenting a comprehensive overview of all perspectives and impact statements relative to the greater Bowleys Quarters community's quality of life.


TARGETED ISSUES:

  • Classic smart growth issues - sound approaches to land use; creative housing opportunities and choices; reduction in resource consumption; and preservation open space, farmland, natural beauty and critical environmental areas
  • Monitor and shape local policies, zoning and regulations
  • Act as the eyes and ears of Bowleys Quarters to watch over development proposals and public agency actions which directly affect the quality of life in our community.


FUTURE ISSUES:

  • Rural roads in community study - standards, compliance with new guidelines
  • Membership and fundraising drive
  • Traffic study at intersections
  • Partnerships with agricultural members, large industry, religious institutions, etc.
  • Community Master Plan Updates
  • Landscaping at entrances to the community

BQCA
PO BOX 484
Chase, MD 21027

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