PPSIA has been involved in recent community improvements:
Installation of traffic calming humps (Furnace Drive and Marley Avenue) to promote safety.
Upgrades of BGE electrical supply that have very much improved reliability during storms.
Repaving of 7th Street and Curtis Avenue.
Upgrade of our local elementary school.
Getting the county and state government to perform detailed analysis of the source of creek pollutants.
Upgrades to sewage handing facilities in the area to prevent future spills.
Getting state laws passed to invoke stiffer penalties for sewage spills.
Ridding abandoned boats on our creeks.
Communicating the community’s concerns to local bar owners.
Trash pickup along Point Pleasant Road.
Seeing to enforcement of blatant zoning and noise ordinance violations.
Blocking use of the old GSA Defense Logistics site across Furnace Branch Creek from being used as a disposal site for dredged material from Baltimore Harbor.
Blocking use of the old GSA Defense Logistics site from use as a shipping transfer point.
PPSIA offers two scholarships to community residents each year.
Recent guest speakers:
Jessica Haire for County Executive
County Council District 2 Allison Pickard
State Delegate Nic Kipke
State Senator Bryan Simonaire
County Executive Stewart Pittman
State Department of Agriculture, Mosquito Control
Maryland Port Administration
Anne Arundel County Recycle
Anne Arundel County Police
Steven M. Heinl, Maryland Estate Planning and Probate Attorney
Please consider joining PPSIA! Annual
is $10 per household.
The map below reflects the area's in which PPSIA services. Point Pleasant in Green and
Shoreland in Orange.
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