Uncle Ted named pres. of Brookside Community, Inc

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Grissinger Named President Of Brookside Community Theodore U. Grissinger has been named president of The Brookside Community, Inc. (BCD. He succeeds Eugene G. Zaborowski. Grissinger has been a member of the BCI executive board for a year and previously served as ail ai'ta. represents tive. A graduate of the University of ,Pennsylvina, he is employed by the engineering department of the Du Pont Co. The new vice president of BCI is Ralph E. Gallo. Gallo is first vice president of the Brookside PTA. Mrs. Albert McKennon was re-elected to a second term as secretary. The new treasurer is Mrs. Erwin J. Wegert. THREE MEMBERSat large elected to the executive board are: Richard L. Davis (serving a second term). Miles H. Bart and Robert F. Sauscerman. ! The organization is a non-: profit corporation, chartered, under Delaware law, of which, all homeowners in Brookside are members. It is primarily concerned with the development and maintenance of park( and recreation facilities ratner than social affairs. Coordination and planning of social and Jf4 '' k " Theodore Grissinger 'recreational events is handled ; by an Activities Council. i THE ANNUAL budget of 'BCI, set by referendum vote on an annual dues rate, is about 515,000. Over nine years, BCI has graded, seeded and landscaped about 35 acres of park-Jland. These areas include two ;baseball diamonds, five hard- surface basketball courts, an all-weather tennis court, a picnic grove with cooking facilities! and play areas. Funds for ex-pansion of the parks are provided in the current budget, j BCI operates and maintains a' Community House for local Tnpetinj and parties and a swimming pool complex consist- ing of an adult pool, a children's pool, and a toddlers' wading pool. Construction on a second adult pool with special diving facilities is scheduled for next spring. THE CORPORATION, whose officers and board serve without pay, also gives some of the services of e small town govern-1 ment. It provides police protection by subsidizing regular patrols of the community by Brookside residents who, through the efforts of BCI, have been appointed as state constables. BCI purchases and maintains street signs. It has spearheaded a successful drive to obtain street lights through i petition. BCI has also worked with the state Highway Department on street repair, drainage afld similar matters. In emergencies. BCI handles snow re-moval from Brookside streets. S

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  1. The News Journal,
  2. 17 Nov 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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