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The Roland Park Civic League is happy to announce Ciclovia VI on May 22 from 12-4 p.m. The Ciclovia will close down the southbound side of Roland Avenue from Deepdene Road to University Parkway, and then close southbound University Parkway down to the Tudor Arms Road, and beyond to Druid Hill Park, to allow bikers, joggers, walkers and strollers to use the street for their enjoyment without any cars. It is a wonderful time to enjoy the neighborhood and meet your neighbors. The event will kick-off in front of the library at noon. We hope you can all come!
Volunteer to keep Ciclovia safe!
Safety volunteers are deployed at barricaded intersections. They ensure that motorists do not drive from side streets onto the ciclovia course. They also report any accidents to police as needed. Choose a time and location where you wish to serve. Orange safety vests will be available at each station. Wear the vest and give it to your successor when you are done. Thanks for helping to make this a great event. Please visit the volunteer sign-up page at https://www.volunteersignup.org/JE39T to make this event possible .
Visit the Ciclovia web page for all the latest information including an event flyer, a route map, FAQ’s and a press release!
The annual meeting of the general membership of the Roland Park Civic League will take place on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School. Among our responsibilities at this meeting will be the election of officers and plat representatives for the 2016-2017 term. A slate of officers and directors proposed by our nominating committee is was distributed via mail to RPCL members and in the April 30 e-letter. Additional nominations may be made from the floor.
Our Guest Speaker this year will be City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young, who will talk about the Transform Baltimore zoning rewrite process and changes. The Board of the Civic League will report on their activities for the past year and their goals for the coming year, as will the Roland Park Community Foundation, the Architectural Review Board and the Maintenance Committee.
All Roland Park residents are invited. Those general members of the Roland Park Civic League whose dues are current are entitled to vote on Board nominations, By-Law changes and any other business addressed at our annual meeting. If you have not paid your Civic League dues you will have the opportunity to pay by cash or check at the meeting. Refreshments will be served.
Spring 2016 edition of the Roland Park News RPN_Spring_16