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Pioneer Enterprises, LLC
For over a decade Pioneer Enterprises LLC has offered it's Property Management Services in Maryland. Our key Services include complete turnkey rental turnovers, Residential Leasing, Rent Court, Rental Repairs, Rent Collection, Inspections and many other Rental Management activities.
We have leased 500+ Homes
Rehabbed 200+ Homes
Rental Turnovers 500+ Homes
A solid track history of a decade in Property Management Services. We boast our delinquency rate to be below industry average in MD.
Here are just a few benefits of using us: Faster Occupancies Handle Property Inquiries Pre-qualify and Screen Applicants Full Advertising of Rentals Underwriting Applicants Move-In Inspections Manage Repairs Rent Collections Aggressive Rent Collections on delinquent Accounts Monthly Rent Statements Handle HOA and Condo issues
Pioneer Enterprises, LLC is a privately-owned company dedicated to building value and substance through the management and leasing of real assets. Pioneer Enterprises manages close to 200 residential properties in the Baltimore metropolitan area
We developed and manage a customized program that focuses on landlord satisfaction, cost-efficient operations and tenant retention. Our wholly integrated package of property management services is designed to reflect client goals and market dynamics, and adds to bottom-line performance. We staff the very best Maryland leasing professionals who are trained to think like an owner and who take pride in resident gratification. We strive to significantly raise the standards of residential property management, one interaction at a time.
Pioneer Enterprises KNOWS Maryland! Our deep, local market property management knowledge is vital to landlord contentment and community success. You’ll find our properties are not only maintained to the highest quality, but are also in many and varied Maryland locales.
We invite you to explore our selection of rental properties across the state of Maryland. Our convenient online rental property search provides information on Pioneer Enterprises’ homes for rent statewide, including properties specializing in specific requests such as utilities-included, housing supplements and pet-friendly rentals.
Our greater Baltimore metro and Maryland property management services feature landlord and tenant services that add convenience to our customers’ busy lifestyles, including online document signing delivered via email, ACH/wire transfer payments made directly in landlord bank accounts, online tenant applications, credit card-accepted rent payments and prompt maintenance response.
Pioneer Enterprises has the Maryland resources to offer each property owner the uppermost quality in marketing, property conservation, high tenancy rate, financial reporting and support to assure the best possible management of your investment.
Pioneer Enterprises believes in community investment for the state of Maryland. No property is too big or too small for us – even with challenging properties. We endeavor to screen and place the best residents in each rental property. We believe that the right occupant makes a good neighbor. In turn, a good neighbor helps transform a troubled region into a desirable community. As we demonstrate respect for our residents and provide helpful and appropriate locations, we decrease vacancy loss, property damage, lower maintenance costs and increase collections.
HINDU SPIRITUAL PRACTICE ON THE SACRED FEMININE | 2018 Festival of Faiths
A guided meditation on the “Light of Loving Consciousness.” Rooted in the Vedanta Hindu tradition, this meditation is on the Divine Feminine in Her impersonal aspect chit, the light of consciousness, which is the same as ananda, loving consciousness.
A meditation aimed at centering ourselves more deeply in a particular mood of the Divine Feminine, by either choosing a symbol (such as Kali, Durga, Laksmi, Radha, Sita, or Mother Mary); an attribute (such as compassion, forbearance, or unconditional love); shakti, (Primal Energy, the power of Brahman, God); or her Divine Presence.
Pravrajika Brahmaprana joined the Saranda Convent at the Vedanta Society of Southern California in 1973 and has been an ordained sannyasini since 1984. She is the resident minister of the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of North Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. She is the author of books and articles on the philosophy and practice of Vedanta for journals and anthologies in America and abroad.
THE 23RD ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS, 'Sacred Insight - Feminine Wisdom' is a five-day nationally acclaimed multi-faith celebration of music, poetry, art, film, and dialogue with spiritual leaders, practitioners, and teachers. 24 - 28 April, 2018 | Louisville, KY More Information:
The 2018 Festival explores practices, teachings, and insight rooted in Feminine wisdom. Speakers and artists from diverse backgrounds and faith traditions examine the Feminine aspects of God, non-dual thinking, the wisdom of the natural world, suffering, healing, emotional intelligence, and creativity. The Festival seeks to offer deeper insight into the Sacred Feminine in all of us.
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One of America's Top 8 Spiritual Travel Destinations. - Huffington Post
UMUC Commencement: Saturday Morning Ceremony - May 12, 2018
UMUC Class of 2018 stateside graduates received associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees in College Park, MD on Saturday morning, May 12, 2018.
Lipitz Lecture: Dan Bailey - Seeing the Unseen Landscape
Lipitz Lecture: Seeing the Unseen Landscape
Dan Bailey, Professor of Visual Arts, UMBC
In this talk, Dan Bailey considers human scale, perception, and natural landscape, which are central to his current work on long-duration photography of landscapes and a reconstruction of Baltimore’s geographic past. Seemingly disparate, his two projects, Slow Exposure and Early Baltimore, encourage us to examine the meanings of viewpoint – focused versus fuzzy – and how the “long view” can be used to augment “thinly-sliced” data. In Slow Exposure, Bailey attempts to slow down the process of landscape photography with one goal being to simulate shutter speeds measured in centuries, not seconds. In Early Baltimore, he re-creates the 3D landscape of Baltimore, circa 1820, for use in public history programs and as a tool for scholars.
Bio: Dan Bailey is a Professor of Visual Arts at UMBC and the 2018-19 Lipitz Professor. His teaching and research encompass the fields of animation, interactive media, and time-based media. Bailey’s films and animations have received numerous national and international awards and have been included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, France. During a Windgrove residency in Tasmania, Australia in 2017, he initiated research on long-duration photography of landscapes, which is part of his ongoing project, Slow Exposure. While director of the UMBC Imaging Research Center for 17 years, Bailey developed a fully digital model of Baltimore City in the early nineteenth century. Early Baltimore uses contemporary GIS techniques to re-create lost terrains and landscapes. Both projects are part of his Lipitz award work.
Sponsored by the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; the Dresher Center for the Humanities; and the Visual Arts Department
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 · 4 PM - 5:30 PM
Performing Arts & Humanities Building : 132
Beyond the A+ | Grace Nordmeyer | TEDxYouth@Wilmington
The academic system views students through the lens of performance rather than personhood.
Grace shares how she identified this issue and its ramifications. And how she redefined how she viewed herself and her life.
Colleges need to focus on other aspects “beyond the A+”. But until they do, use Grace’s philosophy to stay happier and healthier in your life.
Grace Nordmeyer is a sophomore at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, Delaware, where she has lived her entire life. She has grown up with a strong faith that has led her to volunteering at local organizations including the Ronald McDonald House and her church. Grace also is in the school’s club, Project Unify, where she volunteers at Special Olympics events. Starting at a young age, Grace found her love for sports. She grew up playing volleyball, basketball, and softball but recently changed to playing volleyball, track and field, and golf. Grace plans to attend college and has a goal of being a Physical Therapist, while continuing to explore new life experiences.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Abandoned Old Car Dealership Full Of Classics!
So many classic cars just sitting there waiting for the roof to collapse!
The numbers are blurred because the video went viral and they where being called non stop. You can hear me say them because YouTube has no way to bleep out that little bit of audio...
Continuing Health Care Reinsurance Program
The Senate Human Services Committee reviews a proposal sponsored by Senator Gary Dahms, R-Redwood Falls, that would maintain the health care reinsurance program to lower premiums in the individual health care market. The committee also considers a measure to set guidelines for EMT patient assistance in prescription medication administration, and it reviews another bill creating a registry for health care interpreters.
LCCMR bill debated on House Floor
SF550 (Heintzeman) Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund appropriation and receipt of fund money requirements modification.
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Surveillance Video, Forensic Expert Raise New Questions about Anton Black's Death in Police Custody
The video, along with a independent analysis of the autopsy report by an outside forensic pathologist, reveal a different depiction of events that lead to the death of 19-year-old Anton Black in police custody
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Senate Okays Plan to Curb State Agency Funding
The Minnesota Senate approved a bill Wednesday, March 29, that would fund several state agencies by $802 million dollars, which reflects a $30 million dollar reduction over current spending levels. The reduction would result in agency budget cuts of about 5 to 7 percent.
According to the bill author, Senator Mary Kiffmeyer, R-Big Lake, that despite the reduction, the bill affords agencies greater flexibility in managing their budgets. The bill also allocates additional funds for the state's AMBER Alert systems, cyber security efforts, and election equipment upgrades.
Key provisions in the bill include the creation of a Legislative Budget Office, which would assist lawmakers in identifying the costs of proposals, which currently is handled by Governor Mark Dayton's administration.
Senate DFL members failed to reallocate funds slated in the bill for the Minnesota House of Representatives to support improvements in Minnesota's veterans homes.
Differences between the Senate and House agency appropriations bill will be worked out in conference committee.