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  • May 03, 2019 10:02 AM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Kelly Cullum, Owner of Best Friends Fur Ever and Hunt Valley Business Forum member, was interviewed by I95 Business Magazine to discuss her "state-of-the-art dog daycare and overnight resort in both Joppa and Cockeysville." 

    Click here to read the interview!

  • April 05, 2019 2:02 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    As part of a previously announced deal, PayPal and Synchrony have agreed to transition the servicing and collections responsibilities for U.S. PayPal Credit to Synchrony. As a result, the PayPal site operations in Hunt Valley will close. If you’re looking for quality people and would like to share any opportunities with the impacted PayPal employees, please contact Barbara Pratt at bpratt@paypal.com.


  • March 26, 2019 2:24 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Commercial Lease Administrator

    Looking for an organized, multi-tasking individual to joining our Commercial Lease Administration team. Will be responsible for overseeing the tracking of all financial obligations with respect to all commercial lease properties, maintaining MRI with respect to all facilities to include rent and operating expense data, expiration dates with respect to leases, renewal options, and termination rights, etc. and other pertinent information in regards to all properties leases and subleases.

    Responsibilities:

    • Abstracting lease documents (leases, subleases, and amendments)
    • Updating and maintaining MRI database inclusive of rent, renewal of options, critical dates and other important office information
    • Collaborate wilt Commercial Account Manager to ensure timely billing of rent and other lease obligations
    • Review and calculate CAM and other escalations and real estate taxes (i.e. CPI adjustments, calculations form reimbursable operating expenses) for commercial portfolio
    • Reviews annual landlord reconciliation statements and calculations to ensure accuracy and lease compliance of operating expense reconciliation statements
    • Performs administrative duties such as preparation of monthly, quarterly and year end reports
    • Provide coaching for all real estate issues inclusive of property management issues, CAM audit and reconciliation, and all other items pertaining to lease administration
    • Audit property pass-thru billing history as deemed necessary

    Skills:

    • Through knowledge of complex lease, real estate and legal terminology
    • Ability to work interchangeably with multiple departments with limited oversight
    • High attention to detail required
    • Ability to multi-task and adjust priorities as needed
    • Good organizational skills
    • Problem/resolution abilities
    • Proactive

    Experience:

    • Minimum of 3-5 years of prior business experience, preferable in commercial real estate leasing or development
    • GAAP Knowledge
    • MRI Experience preferred
    • ReMapp Experience a plus

    Education:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Real Estate or related field

    Compensation/Benefits:

    • Competitive compensation
    • Excellent health benefits and 401k with company match

    Please submit your resume to Tiffany Hubbard at thubbard@hillmgt.com.

  • March 25, 2019 11:34 AM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    The Fire Museum of Maryland showcases 16,000 square feet of exhibitions honoring the history of firefighting in America. This impressive space is not only a museum, but a unique special event venue option in Baltimore County!

    To kick off the start of this spring season and the opening of the Fire Museum of Maryland event space, please join us for the 2019 Spring Soiree. Take in the deep history the museum has to offer, enjoy seasonal dishes and libations from several of Baltimore's exemplary caterers, including Atlantic Caterers, Eleven Courses Catering, Liberatore's, The Pantry Catering, ROUGE Fine Catering and Zeffert & Gold!

    When: 
    Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Where:
     Fire Museum of Maryland
    1301 York Rd. 
    Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093

    Click Here to Register


  • February 15, 2019 4:26 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Point Breeze Credit Union HOSTS HUNT VALLEY BUSINESS FORUM, WELCOMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    HUNT VALLEY, MD (2/7/19) – Point Breeze Credit Union welcomed Karen Cook, the new Executive Director of The Hunt Valley Business Forum, last evening, hosting the Forum’s Business Mash Up networking event at the credit union’s Hunt Valley headquarters and making a $5,000 donation toward the work being done by the Forum.

    The Hunt Valley Business Forum is the premier business association in Northern Baltimore County, empowering the development and growth of business in Maryland.

     “We were thrilled to have the opportunity to host HVBF’s new Executive Director, Karen Cook and the other business leaders of the Hunt Valley community, furthering the mission of the Hunt Valley Business Forum to connect, educate, and advocate for its members on important matters affecting the area’s business community,” says Bernard McLaughlin, President & CEO of Point Breeze.

    “The vitality of the Hunt Valley business community, and that of the entire Baltimore region, is essential not only for Point Breeze, but for all of the other companies and nonprofits in the area to compete effectively, now and into the future,” McLaughlin continues.

    McLaughlin notes that for more than 80 years, Point Breeze has made community involvement and support a key part of its mission. Point Breeze refers to this commitment to the community and its laser focus on putting members first by providing them with convenient, easy solutions that help them to save time and money as “the credit union difference.”

    Point Breeze currently provides financial and volunteer support for a wide range of organizations throughout the Baltimore area, including Arts Every Day and Bridges – two initiatives aimed at helping students in Baltimore City – and the Carroll County Hospital’s new Neonatal Couplet Care Program.  

    About Point Breeze Credit Union

    Point Breeze Credit Union is one of Maryland’s largest credit unions, with more than 57,000 members and assets exceeding $770 million. A full-service financial institution that is member-owned and not-for-profit, Point Breeze offers easy, reliable banking through offices in Hunt Valley, Rosedale, Bel Air, Westminster, and Owings Mills, as well as more than 5,600 Shared Branch locations and 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. Membership in Point Breeze is open to individuals who work, worship, or volunteer within 20 miles of a Point Breeze location. Point Breeze is federally insured by NCUA and an Equal Housing Opportunity lender. For more information, visit www.pbcu.com.

  • February 13, 2019 4:23 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Photos from the February 6th "Business Mash Up", hosted by Point Breeze Credit Union, are now online!

    VIEW GALLERY
  • February 05, 2019 9:34 AM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Are you having difficulty finding skilled, hard-working and responsible employees for your business?  The Arc Baltimore provides Supported Employment services to over 500 employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities at many businesses in the Greater Baltimore area.  Many companies take advantage of the services and reap the benefits.  Some of these benefits include, job development, job coaching, Federal and State tax credits, and turnover prevention. 

    The Arc Baltimore will work with your business to determine your personal needs and an employer and work with you to tailor their services to meet those needs.  A job coach will be provided who is well acquainted with the employee and work directly with them through orientation and provide one-on-one, on-the-job training and support until the person performs all the job tasks to the expectations of the employer.  Businesses who hire individuals with disabilities may be eligible for sizable federal and state tax credits.  Businesses that have a high turnover rate for lower level positions can prevent the hassle of constant rehiring by taking advantage of The Arc’s services and hiring employees who are eager for the chance.  Many supported employment situations last for decades in positions that otherwise experience considerable turnover. 

    The Arc Baltimore can provide your company with loyal and dependable employees whose intellectual and developmental disabilities are outweighed by their outstanding attitude.  They are skilled, reliable and motivated.  They don’t just need a job; they want a job.  This under-utilized workforce can strengthen the diversity of yours. 

    To learn how The Arc’s workforce solutions can add value to your company contact Nadeem Yousaf, 410-296-2272, nyousaf@thearcbaltimore.org


  • January 18, 2019 1:29 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Karen Cook, HVBF Executive DirectorThe Board of Directors of the Hunt Valley Business Forum is pleased to announce that Karen Cook has been named Executive Director. “Karen has a unique skill set well-suited to this position. She has a contagious enthusiasm and is full of ideas. We’re excited for the future of the HVBF under Karen’s leadership," said HVBF Board Chair Amy Smolenski.

    "I'm excited and looking forward to serving HVBF and leading the next chapter of its success," Cook added. "The Forum's presence in Baltimore County is important to our business community and our residents, and I am honored by this opportunity."

    HVBF members will have an opportunity to meet Karen at the February 6th "Business Mash Up" hosted by Point Breeze Credit Union. Admission is free for members but registration is required.

    Please join us in supporting Karen and The Hunt Valley Business Forum!


  • December 26, 2018 10:43 AM | Lauren Pierce (Administrator)

    Comptroller Peter Franchot's office is accepting nominations for a new award recognizing businesses that celebrate the guiding values of independence, innovation and investment that define Maryland's local business community.

    The "Cornerstone Award for Local Business Excellence" celebrates businesses that strengthen Maryland’s economy, generate jobs and tax revenue, develop new ideas that more effectively deliver services and products within the marketplace and are a leader in their local community.

    Nominations will be accepted through December 31. One business will be selected from each of Maryland's 23 counties and Baltimore City. Awards will be presented from January through the end of June. Businesses of any size are eligible for the award.

    Click here to view the full press release. The nomination form can be found by clicking here and also at marylandtaxes.gov

    If you have any questions, or would like additional information, please contact Alan Brody at abrody@comp.state.md.us or 410.260.6346.

  • September 11, 2018 1:43 PM | HVBF Administrator (Administrator)

    Baltimore Light Rail System will be down between Hunt Valley and the Timonium Fairgrounds from 6:00PM on September 14, 2018 to 3:00AM on October 5, 2018 for track maintenance



                          

    Please contact Stacey Hill with any questions or concerns. Her contact information can be found below.

    Stacey Hill  
    Manager, Special Events/Projects
    MDOT Maryland Transit Administration
    Transit Operations
    OCC, 301 N. Eutaw Street, 3rd Floor, Suite #305
    Baltimore, MD  21201
    Office: 410-454-7712    Fax: 410-244-5503
    shill10@mta.maryland.gov 

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