Village Board of Directors
Eric M. Greenberg
My wife and I moved into the neighborhood of Pointers Run three years ago. We have enjoyed the wonderful sense of the community that is instilled in the neighborhood and village. As a father of a toddler, I know how important the open space, tot lots, and pool are to River Hill. I am running to join the village board of directors with the goal of preserving and enhancing our village amenities so that they will be enjoyed for many years to come.
Matthew R. Levine
Matt Levine has lived in Pointers Run for about 14 years with his wife and two children. He has served as a River Hill Board member since December 2018. Matt is passionate about creating a strong sense of community. For many years, Matt has hosted village block parties complete with moon bounces and water slides and has organized a popular Food Truck event on Fridays during our current COVID crisis. By day, Mr. Levine owns and operates a software development company. He also has significant experience as a staffing director and manager for a large regional pool company. Mr. Levine’s professional background in both finance and operations has been indispensable in managing the issues confronting our Village during COVID, both as an individual village HOA as well as part of CA.
I believe that each one of us has a role to play in protecting and growing the strength and vibrancy of our neighborhoods. As your representative on the Columbia Council, I will be a thoughtful and passionate advocate on behalf of our communities, while promoting more fiscally sustainable and inclusive solutions that better address the needs of River Hill residents.
Born and raised in Columbia, I’ve lived in River Hill for the last 18 years and have worked for the last 25 years as a realtor with Cummings & Co, serving the Howard County area. Always eager to serve our community, I have participated in various boards and committees including as Chair and Vice Chair of the River Hill Village Board and CA Aquatics, founder and Chair of the River Hill Watershed Committee and Member of the River Hill Architectural Committee.
Columbia Council Representative
Renée Freal DuBois
It has been my pleasure to serve both on the Village of River Hill and Columbia Association Board of Directors over the past years. As a retired Certified Public Accountant with a Masters Degree in Finance, I have been influential during the last two years on the Columbia Association Board of Directors, advocating for the following amenities in River Hill:
• Reopen the River Hill Swimming Pool for leisure, lap swimming, and CNSL teams
• Renovation of the Meeting Room & Claret Hall
• Renovation of a playground on Indian Summer Drive
• Return of the Sister Cities Program
However, budgets are not about numbers, they are about values and there is much to do. Columbia must align its values to those of the community; opening all pools to residents at no cost, renovating neglected tot lots or playgrounds, and protection of its 56 acres in downtown Columbia from developers.