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Nov. 25, 2015  

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Cheese it, the Cops!

No, that's not a signal to run away, but rather a plea for your input!

As part of our ongoing efforts to make AOTB the
safest and most secure place it can be, and at the direct invitation of our ally in crime fighting and former denizen of AOTB, Chief Tim Altomare, a small subset of your officers and Board members are meeting with officers of our AACo Police Department.

We'll be at their Southern District Headquarters (35 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD) on Thursday, December 17, from about 6:30 p.m. onwards, or at least 'till they kick us out.

Southern District Commander, CAPT Joe Jordan, and his exec ,LT Steve Burrell, will take time out of their busy schedules to chat with us about our safety and security issues. While we don't exactly suffer from the same problems as
our Naptown or Charm City, we've been pretty conscientious about nipping stuff in the bud before it reaches problem stages.

With that in mind, we're asking all of you to be a virtual presence by sending me your concerns. I'm trotting out our three old war horses -- speeding, parking, and questionable goings on of the small plastic bag variety -- and I'd like to get additional input, so please contact me by phone (443-534-7229) or email,, and we'll do our best to represent your concerns as well.

--Dave Delia, president, POA-AOTB
Annual AOTB Holiday Beach Pary 
Sunday, Dec. 13  
4 p.m. 
Magnolia Avenue Beach
The Annapolis Santa Run fire truck -- with Santa aboard, of course -- will arrive between 4:45 and 5 p.m. to pick up your unwrapped gift for underprivileged children.

Hot chocolate and a heated tent will be provided by the community.

Please bring a $10 donation per family and a holiday food item to share.