T.S. CONSERVATION TEAMS INC.

Our Board Members

  

GLORIA NELSON--PRESIDENT 

 CCBC BOARD OF TRUSTEE / MPA HARBOR TEAM / DREDGED MATERIAL MANAGMENT PROGRAM (DMMP) CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE /

JHU BAYVIEW / BEAUTIFICATION / HOUSING / CHROMIUM REMEDIATION / DIESEL ROUNDTABLE / THE BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS (P.C.R.C.) PRECINT 12 REP. / TRADE POINT ATLANTIC REP. / MD FOOD BANK/ DUNBAR BROOKS FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBER / COMMUNITY RELATIONS

 

EDYTH BROOKS--VICE PRESIDENT 

 (BEAUTIFICATION / HISTORY / HOUSING / CHROMIUM REMEDIATION / DUNBAR BROOKS 

FOUNDATION / COMMUNITY RELATIONS )


MURISHA GRAVES WHITE---SECRETARY 

 (TS REC. & PARKS / HISTORY / BEAUTIFICATION) 


JOYCE CURBEAN--TREASURER 

(CODE ENFORCEMENT / BEAUTIFICATION/HISTORY /  HOUSING / FLEMING SENIORS)


MICHAEL THOMPSON--COMMUNITY RELATIONS 

(JHU BAYVIEW,TS REP / HOUSING)


SOLOMON EGBE---PORTS 

(COMMUNITY RELATIONS / LEGAL ADVISOR)


STEPHANIE BANNERMAN--COMMUNITY RELATIONS

(CHROMIUM REMEDIATION) 


MARY BRANCH---BEAUTIFICATION

(TS SCOUTS / HOUSING / HISTORY) 


CYNTTHIA MINGO--FLEMING SENIORS 

(BEAUTIFICATION / HISTORY) 


SALLY NELSON--BEAUTIFICATION

(HOUSING /  HISTORY / T.S. REC & PARKS)


LARRY BANNERMAN---INFRASTRUCTURE

(CHROMIUM REMEDIATION / INNOVATIVE REUSE  / ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION / RENEWABLE ENERGY / DIESEL ROUNDTABLE) 


TSCT Purpose & Teams

          Purpose


The Turner Station Conservation Teams was organized to change the community of Turner Station Maryland from one that has suffered from neglect to a vibrant, caring and attractive area by effectively addressing the recommendations contained in the Turner Station Conservation Plan, including;   Formulating and administering plans and programs to address the improvement, growth, and development of the Community;
  Educating the community residents about its history and culture to ensure a more informed public; Simulating lasting public interest in the improvement of the Community’; Educating residents of the public amenities located in the community in order to improve and increase the use of government, private agency, and community resources; and Mobilizing the organization and residents to assist with efforts to accomplish the recommendations set forth in Turner Station Community Conservation Plan to address related issues.  
 
 TEAMS
 Community Services and Recreation
 Community Appearance/Beautification
 Housing and Community Development
  Infrastructure
 Natural Environment   
 Public Safety and Code Enforcement
 Revitalization and Heritage Preservation
 
 SEVEN PRINCIPLES


 UNITY: To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community and race.


 SELF-DETERMINATION:  To define ourselves, name ourselves, create: for ourselves and speak for ourselves. 


COLLECTIVE WORK AND RESPONSIBITY:  To build and maintain our community together and make our community’s problems our problems and to solve them together. 


COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS: To build and maintain our own stores, shops and other businesses and to profit from them together.

 

PURPOSE: To make our collective work the building and developing of our community to restore our people to their traditional greatness. 


CREATIVITY: To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it. 

FAITH: To believe with all our heart in our people: our children, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.
 
 

Mission Statement

The Turner Station Conservation Teams continues to develop a safe, and healthy historic community through connecting people, resources and ideas.