Come to the April Reservoir Hill Community Meeting

April 2015 Reservoir Hill Community Meeting 

Tuesday, 7 April 2015, 6:30 pm

John Eager Howard Recreation Center, 2100 Brookfield Avenue

Free dinner provided by John Eager Howard Recreation Center

 

UPDATE ON BGE PIPELINE PROJECT

Kim Forsyth and Cal Buikema will facilitate a status review of the BGE pipeline project, including an expected timeline for repaving.

Items to be discussed include:

  • responsibilities of owners & residents to prepare home interior for new meter installation
  • remaining street lines to be replaced / parking to be disrupted
  • individual meter installation at each property on the line
  • re-paving: temporary and permanent phases
  • generous offer for limited overflow parking availability if residents provide car/contact info.

 

VISIONS FOR THE NORTH AVENUE BRIDGE

A group of Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) students have produced some visual examples of ways to make the bridge connecting Station North and Reservoir Hill more interesting and attractive. This creative effort by the MICA students is part of the West North Avenue Streetscape project, and the chosen design may be implemented in the years to come.  At our April Community Meeting, we will be displaying a few examples of their work.  We hope you are able to attend, take a look, and let us know what you think.

 

 CRUDE OIL TRAINS MOVING THROUGH BALTIMORE?

Targa Terminals is seeking approval to construct a crude oil export facility In the community of Curtis Bay.  Trains carrying crude oil would travel through areas of Baltimore on their way to the company’s proposed Curtis Bay oil storage facility. Chesapeake Climate Action Network advocates will brief us on potential hazards to Baltimore neighborhoods. There is also a state level discussion of crude oil shipments through Maryland.  For more on this issue Click Here.