Jack Wachtman, RAC liaison to the General Services department, discusses the latest information provided by GS.
Bette Martin, former Chair of the Resident Advisory Council, discusses what the RAC accomplished during 2018.
The Resident Advisory Council will be holding listening sessions throughout the month of June to address resident concerns and comments.
Carmen Maymi, Finance Liaison for the Resident Advisory Council, provides updates about the finance department at Riderwood.
By Bette Martin Secretary, Resident Advisory Council In politics, a frequent meme is “It’s the economy, stupid!” At Riderwood, what we often hear is “More communication, PLEASE!” or “Why weren’t we told….?” Frankly, it’s true! Getting information to all residents in a community as large as Riderwood is a never-ending challenge. Even with the Reporter…
The RAC 2019 Election results are in!
The RAC Health Services Committee previews upcoming listening sessions about home support services.
Tom Kelley reveals important dates related to the RAC elections in February.
By Bette Martin Member, Diversity and Inclusion Committee How do I encourage people to come to the panel discussion that will close our month of Stand Up – Stand With – Stand Together activities on intentional inclusion when I can’t yet tell them who the panelists will be? You’re reading this in the first days…
By Carolyn Compton and Suzan Wynne Co-Chairs, Health Services Committee How is Riderwood doing with respect to making our community more friendly to people with mobility, vision and hearing challenges? In July and August, the Health Services Committee (HSC) of the Resident Advisory Council (RAC) held neighborhood-based listening sessions to gather input about this issue….
RAC, D&I, and CommUNITY Living will be sponsoring events in November and December to shed light on supporting inclusivity in our community
RAC member Dick Dowd reveals how you can make sure your voice is heard by the RAC.