A&I Inc cleaned these properties and public areas (entire property or publicly accessible areas):
Hooper Ave in front of Itineris and Scribbles to Druid Park Dr. (repeat)
Druid Park Dr by 2136, 2140, 2144
Malden Ave by 3629, 3651
Woodbury Park alley (repeat)
Parkdale Ave by 3617
Girard Ave (repeat)
Keystone Ave by 3636, 3620, 3600
Clipper Rd by 3711, 3652, 3640, 3605, 3501, 3540
Rockrose Ave sidewalks and gutters by 2072
Cleaned gutters and sidewalks on all 4 corners of Keystone at 3600, 3620, 3635
Residences, Commercial and Public Properties:
Itineris and Scribbles parking lot and playground (daily)
Community Park & Playground: re-cleaned grassy areas (daily)
Island by the Woodbury sign by Hooper Ave
3600 Hooper Ave on the side of the house (repeat)
2166 Druid Park Dr sidewalk and gutter
Loyola practice field and gravel lots (repeat)
Advanced Air Analysis Inc inspections: (entire property or publicly accessible areas):
Druid Park Dr and North side alley behind the church up to 41st St
Attached is the cleanup summary map for 10/31 to 11/4/2022. No new residents requested cleanup of their property for this period. In addition to the usual places that are checked and cleaned on a daily basis (the parks, playgrounds, daycares, community garden, etc.) All of the streets and alleys in the impacted neighborhood were surveyed and inspected for paint chips by Advanced Air Analysis Inc and A&I inc. Any chips found by them, along with any reported by a resident, were cleaned by A&I’s technicians.
Here is this week’s TTI cleanup summary map. FYI, no new residents requested cleanup this week. Only one resident who had previously had their property cleaned reported seeing new chips on their property. TTI had their property re-inspected and cleaned the following morning. Any chip sightings or photos of chips sent to TTI by members of the community are immediately forwarded to our contractors, and are usually addressed the next business day. As always, when no specific cleanup requests come from the residents, A&I Inc and Advanced Air Analysis Inc’s personnel walk the neighborhood to inspect and clean the streets, alleys, parks, playgrounds, the community garden and other common areas in an effort to continue the remediation process.
No new residents requested cleanup this week at their properties. One of the residents emailed TTI and reported seeing some new chips at several locations in the neighborhood. Their emails and pictures were forwarded to A&I management and were assigned to the crews for cleanup. As always, when no specific cleanup requests come from the residents, A&I’s personnel walk the neighborhood to inspect the streets, alleys, the park, the playground, the community garden and other common areas in an effort to continue the remediation process.
Please see the message shared below from Murphy Falcon Murphy
Murphy Falcon Murphy Meeting Presentation
Baltimore-based law firm Murphy Falcon & Murphy retained Jenkins Environmental, Inc., a certified and well-respected environmental consulting firm, to conduct a detailed and thorough examination of the Woodberry community to determine the extent of any lead contamination resulting from the power washing of the TV tower in June, 2022.
This examination will involve the collection of soil, water and dust samples from private and public property in the community. There will be no need to enter the homes of any resident. All that will be required is permission to access the area around their homes for a brief period of time so that the appropriate samples can be collected. The collection period is expected to last 2-3 months.
The results of the examination will be posted on the Woodberry Community Association’s website.
Murphy Falcon Murphy ask for everyone’s cooperation and assistance to ensure that the examination can be as thorough as possible. Please contact Denise Greeley at email@example.com or 410.951.8756 to coordinate permission.
Should there be any other questions, please feel free to contact the Murphy Falcon & Murphy firm @ (410) 951-8744.
Thanks so much for your assistance in this matter!
Weather was not on our side this week, which suspended cleanup activities on Monday and Thursday. Other than the continuing daily checks and cleanup at the Rockrose Park and Playground, Itineris and Scribbles daycares, the community garden and the surrounding streets and alleys in the neighborhood, no new residents requested cleanup of their properties this week. Christine Sajecki emailed us several times about chips she spotted either on her property or in the neighborhood, and all of those were all addressed by our cleanup contractor, A&I Inc.
New TTI cleanup maps will not be available until Kerry Plackmeyer returns on October 5th. FYI, there have been no new resident cleanup requests this week and only one last week. As a result, A&I Inc workers focused on the park, the neighborhood streets and alleys, the day care properties, etc.