WPM Real Estate Management Accepts Mayor’s Challenge to Get Involved

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WPM Real Estate Management joined the Dundalk Renaissance Corp. and the St. Helena Community Association on Saturday, September 7th, to accept Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s challenge to get involved and get Baltimore growing through the Clean Community Competition.

WPM Real Estate Management joined the Dundalk Renaissance Corp. and the St. Helena Community Association on Saturday, September 7th, to accept Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s challenge to get involved and get Baltimore growing through the Clean Community Competition. The competition judges community clean-up efforts on such categories as recycling, vacant lot cleaning, beautification, tree and flower planting, and storm drain cleaning, just to name a few.

“Volunteering matters,” said Susan Clancy, WPM’s Volunteer Committee Co-Chair. “We believe it is important to enhance the well-being of our communities - both as individuals and as an organization - by actively donating our time and experience.” The WPM team spent their time cleaning alleys, streets, storm drains, and planting shrubs throughout the community.

WPM Real Estate Management provides property management services for over 17,000 homes and 30,000 people in Maryland and Pennsylvania with a concentration in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. Several of the company’s properties are in the Dundalk area.

The Mayor’s Clean Community Competition offers $24,000 in prizes to be awarded to the top 8 community clean-up efforts. The 8 winning communities will receive either a $5,000 first-place prize or a $1,000 second-place prize to benefit their community association and activities. Winners will be announced on October 16, 2013.

For more information on WPM Real Estate Management, visit http://www.wpmllc.com.

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