Entries by M.K. Battafarano

Agenda for Wed. December 5, 2018 Board Meeting

Members and Residents-please consider joining us this Wednesday evening December 5, 2018 from 7-9pm for the regular monthly meeting of the Roland Park Civic League Board in the basement assembly room of Roland Park Presbyterian, accessible via Upland Avenue at Roland.  Agenda_December 5, 2018

1st Annual RPCL Thanksgiving Food Drive

The Roland Park Civic League will be accepting food and monetary donations this Sunday, November 11, 2018 to help out our neighbors in Park Heights. In collaboration with our Councilwoman, Sharon Green-Middleton, we reached out to the Langston Hughes Community Resource Center about helping with their annual Thanksgiving meal which they provide on the Tuesday […]

Agenda for Wed. Sept. 5, 2018-RPCL Board Meeting

Members and Residents-please consider joining us this Wednesday evening from 7-9pm when the regular monthly meetings of the Roland Park Civic League Board return to Roland Park Presbyterian‘s basement meeting space, accessible via Upland Avenue at Roland with new ramps and an interior elevator. For details, see Agenda-September 5, 2018.

Tuesday, September 4th-Back to School Coffee

The Roland Park Civic League is hosting a Back-To-School Coffee for the community the morning of Tuesday, September 4th!  Look for tables in front of Tuxedo Pharmacy,  5115 Roland Avenue and stop by for some coffee and breakfast treats starting at 7:30 a.m.  All are welcome!

DOT Changes Underway on Eddie’s Block

Baltimore’s Department of Transportation (DOT) began work Wednesday, August 8th that will continue through August 15th on the Eddie’s Block of Roland Avenue, between Colorado Avenue and Deepdene Road. Attached is the Roadway Plan Sheet obtained this week by RPCL President, Bob Connors who continues to be involved and will provide updates posted here as developments continue. Please contact […]

Roland Avenue Update-DOT Announcement

To the Roland Park Community: I’m very pleased to announce DOT Director Michelle Pourciau has decided to delay a decision about Roland Avenue modifications until DOT can conduct further studies. It’s good news that DOT decided not to pursue its preferred Option #1 or proceed with lane reductions without a careful impact analysis. Director Pourciau […]

Results of Poll-Roland Avenue Options

At the July 11th meeting of the Roland Park Civic League Board the following presentation RPCL Poll Results-July, 2018 was shared. Please contact your Plat Rep. with any questions or concerns. Updates will continue to be posted here as further developments occur.