Clean Safe & Green Committee
The Clean, Safe and Green Committee works to maintain a safe and environmentally friendly historic community. This committee directs attention to physical elements: rivers, streams, planted areas and public spaces. They also provide educational information to the community through workshops & seminars. This is a very active committee, and even members who can’t make all the meetings are super volunteers – working the 5K, cleanups, invasive plant removal, gardening, holiday décor and other projects in the great outdoors.
This committee meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 4 PM at the various locations. Please contact 410-579-2594 or firstname.lastname@example.org to determine location.
Current committee members include Bill Withers (Chair), Ed Lilley, Lori Lilly, Don Reuwer, Beth Burgess, Bill Mahoney, Dianne Paulus and Hank Stanton.
The Design Committee reviews and provides comments to the Partnership Board on design projects and improvements to the Main Street Historic District.
This committee meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 4 pm at Brennan + Company Architects, 8333 Main Street, 2nd level.
Current committee members – Rob Brennan, Chair, Grace Kubofcik, Andy Hall, Daryl Paunil, Linda Dombrowski, Alan Shad, Beth Burgess, Hilary Brich and Dave Meyers
The Organization Committee handles the business of the Ellicott City Partnership. Its areas of responsibility include strategic fiscal management, fundraising, and program promotion. The committee’s work encompasses varied projects such as: developing ECP’s annual budget and fundraising plan; overseeing major initiatives like the re-launch of ECP’s website; and, in concert with ECP’s director of marketing, overseeing ECP’s overall communications strategy. We welcome committee members with strengths in any of these areas (or complementary ones) to join us!
This committee meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 9 AM at the ECP office in the Millworks, 8098 Main Street, 21043.
Current members are: Lexi Milani (chair), Tom Coale, Matt Fleming, Dave Myers and Kelly Zimmerman
Meeting Date/1st Thursday 6pm
Works to create a positive image for the community and tells Ellicott City’s story (unique characteristics, cultural traditions, architecture, history and other activities) to shoppers, investors, potential business and property owners, and visitors in the surrounding region.
- Manage calendar of events
- Develop special events/coordinate retail-tie in to events
Strengthens the community’s existing economic assets while diversifying its economic base.
- Evaluate how to retain and expand successful businesses to provide a balanced commercial mix, sharpening the competitiveness and merchandising skills of business owners, and attracting new businesses that the market can support.