ATA November 11th, 2021 Meeting Minutes


On Thursday, November 11th, 2021 ATA’s monthly meeting was held hybridly at The Historic Stone House at Parks & People and via Zoom video conference call. Graham Coreil-Allen, NATA’s President, introduced himself and opened the meeting. NATA’s Neighborhood Coordinating Officer Morales led the residents in a prayer. The minutes from the October 14th meeting were read by Anne Goncalves, recording secretary, and approved as read. President Graham Coreil Allen welcomed members and began the meeting.


  • Neighborhood Coordination P/O Morales, Baltimore City Police Western District Police Department updated ATA members on increased efforts in the Mondawmin Mall/ Robert Coleman/ Parkview/Woodbrook area including MME units, rat units (asset recovery) extra patrols and round the clock units. Officer Morales made his contact information available to residents.
  • Reginald Williams ATA’s community liaison from the States Attorneys office gave residents a report on crime and crime enforcement in our area. All victim related crimes are being prosecuted. All drug trafficking crimes are being prosecuted. Open/closed case info was made available and is also available through Court Watch.
  • 7th District Councilman James Torrence made residents aware of rental assistance programs available via As always please reach out to There will be a community walk Wednesday 11/17 from 430-6 PM, meeting at 3200 Auchentoroly Terrace; everyone is welcome to join for free and open conversation about the tactical issues in our neighborhood and have face time with the councilman.
  • Maria Goodson THREAD is a non profit in Baltimore City which operates out of the Mondawmin Mall Touchpoint Storefront. It is a huge
    community of people from all walks of life that come together to make
    sure that everyone in the community has what they need to be
    successful. Volunteers from various walks of life come together to rally
    their support around student applicants form the bottom 25% of classes
    in 6 Baltimore City high schools. Individuals are encouraged to join if
    they are interested in getting to know a young person that could use support but also adults from various parts of the city. If you would like to sign up for an info session please visit
  • Maria Smalldone, from the Neighborhood Housing Services shared information about foreclosure counseling programs to prevent foreclosure for homeowners. If you or a neighbor are having trouble making mortgage payments, are behind on escrow, or are coming to the end of a forbearance agreement please contact the NHS foreclosure manager Jessica Stein who would be happy to get you on a list when the program rolls out.
  • Ms Crystal Parker, a Baltimore City COVID Ambassador, shared official updates and resources with residents regarding COVID. Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been approved for ages 5-11. Booster versus third dosage: if you are immunocompromised you are suggested to take a third dose at least 28 days after your second dose and a booster shot 6 months after your second dose. If you are not immunocompromised your doctor may recommend a booster shot 6 months after your second dosage. Mixed dosages have been approved- you can have a booster of a different brand than your original vaccine. Ms Parker can be reached at 410-429-0727. The website to look up your personal vaccination record/information is
  • Alphonso Pearson is the community manager of the new Chase Bank being built in

Mondawmin. Chase wants to make this a community banking center which serves as a resource center and a bank. Mr Pearson acts as a community ambassador who helps understand the needs of the community and relay to the bank ways to build intergenerational wealth in our community. The new branch will be located on Liberty Avenue and is scheduled to open in October 2022.

Save the Date & Good News Gallery:

  • Annual dues for 2022 are due! Dues are $10 per person via cash, check, or online payment via our website.
  • This Saturday November 13th from 9-11 am will be ATA’s official cleanup. Please meet at the 2200 block of Whittier Ave green space. There will be a roll off dumpster.
  • Many thanks to John Kwamya for managing our Care A Lot Grant to tidy the vacant lots in our neighborhood all season long.
  • Trash pickup is Friday. Recycling is Tuesday. Please use municipal trash cans! DO NOT put trash bags/bulk items on corners or in alleys.
  • ATA’s next meeting will be at the Big House at Parks and People and virtually via Zoom video conference on Thursday, December 9th 2021. Please look out in your email for a link to participate. If you need assistance getting set up please respond to the email.
  • President Hutchinson asked for continued support of broadband meetings via Comcast.
  • Towson Hall Senior Citizen Speak Out meeting will be Tuesday November 30, 2021

Special Note: It is important to continue calling 911 and 311 for issues in our neighborhood. We are STILL in the fight against Covid-19 together! Please get vaccinated, wash hands often, wear masks, and practice safe distance procedures! Take care of yourself and check on your neighbors!

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