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The 2001 Park Avenue Property Opinion Survey Results & Summary

March 31, 2019

The following pages include an executive summary, explanation, and results of the 2001 PARK AVENUE PROPERTY OPINION SURVEY(“Survey”) of residents and owners of properties in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City. The Survey pertains to the prospective sale and use of 2001 Park Avenue in the Mount Royal Terrace Historic District of Reservoir Hill, also known as the Birckhead Estate, the Bond House, and the Seaman’s Home based on past owners in its 227-year history. The Survey was requested by Baltimore City Councilman Leon Pinkett after the neighborhood learned of, and responded to, the City’s intention to sell the Mansion and its ~2-acre property in its prominent location at the top of a hill on Park Avenue.

Traffic Pattern Changes Will Soon Occur Along Druid Park Lake Drive

Friday, September 18, 2020

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that traffic patterns will soon be implemented along Druid Park Lake Drive as work begins on phase three of the Department of Public Works’ (DPW) finished water tank construction at Druid Lake. The DPW thanks residents impacted by this traffic change for their patience as the Department nears completion of this water protection project.

DPW Announces Changes to the Solid Waste Continuity of Service Plan

Friday, September 11, 2020

Extended Hours and New Locations for Community Collection Recycling Centers
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Acting Director Matthew W. Garbark today announced the findings of the assessment of the Community Collection Centers for recycling locations under the Solid Waste Continuity of Service Plan.

Preserving homeownership opportunities without off-street parking requirements

Monday, August 3, 2020

This letter comes from the leaders of six Baltimore City neighborhood associations as a follow-up to the Planning Department’s Webex meeting on June 15. At that meeting, you challenged us to come up with a way of protecting homeownership in center city neighborhoods without relying on requirements for off-street parking. This letter proposes such a way.

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