Please join us for our 4th Annual Holiday Cookie Contest, sponsored by Domino Sugar Baltimore, during our final neighborhood meeting of the year on Monday, December 12th at 6:30pm at Salem Lutheran Church.
How It Works:
On Monday, December 12th, bring no less than 3 dozen cookies to the church at 6:30pm, along with a $5 entry fee and the cookie recipe (must include a Domino Sugar product). Cookies may be presented in any type of container, not to exceed the size of a standard baking sheet. At 6:45pm, a handful of special guest judges will begin to taste cookies and will then choose 3 winners by the conclusion of the meeting. Winners will receive prize baskets provided by Domino Sugars. Winners and winning recipe will be featured in the January newsletter.
Not a baker? COME EAT COOKIES! Goodie bags will be available for leftover cookies to be taken home by fellow neighbors.
Rules & Guidelines:
Contest open to Riverside residents only. Only one registrant per household. By entering, all registrants give RNA permission to include their names, photos, and recipes in future publications. HAVE FUN!
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SELL: You can rent tables for $10 each. Scroll down to register and pay online or send your name, email address, phone number, and payment to Riverside Neighborhood Association, 200 E. Wells St., Baltimore, MD 21230 by October 1. Limited tables may be available the day of for $15 per table—but don’t wait if you need a table, they usually sell out!
BUY: Swing by the park and score some new-to- you goods.
DONATE: Want to get rid of things without the hassle of selling? Drop them off to the RNA table by 9:30 a.m. that morning. Proceeds from your donations will benefit RNA.
VOLUNTEER: Want to help? You can volunteer to help with set up or breakdown the day of the event. If you are interested, send an email to RNABaltimore@gmail.com.
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Riverside Pool Activities are in full swing beginning Thursday, June 23!
More fun activities to come at our wonderful neighborhood pool! Stay tuned to Facebook for the latest!
SOUTH BALTIMORE PHASE 2
WILLBROS T &D SERVICES
WEEK OF 05/30/2016 – 06/03/2016
100 Block of East Randall Street , 1700 Block of Jackson Street
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE NO PARKING SIGNS, DAYS AND DATES. If a vehicle is parked in a “NO PARKING” Area an impedes project work, a member of the project team will attempt to locate the vehicle owner. However if the vehicle owner cannot be located, Baltimore City Traffic Enforcement will be called. Willbros will not be responsible for any action taken by Baltimore City Traffic Enforcement.
You will be contacted by Door Hangers or by phone when to schedule your service renewal.
If you any questions now or during the remaining time that Willbros will be working in your area please contact them first via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
May’s newsletter will hit doorsteps the week of May 16 and will include pertinent information about the upcoming BGE gas line replacement. The area highlighted in green in the map above shows the Phase 2 boundaries with the streets to be worked on highlighted in blue. Following is an update from the contractor, Willbros, and impacts residents within the green shaded area on Randall, Marshall, Covington, and Webster Streets.
“We will be starting our service renewals in the near future and in order for us to be most efficient at scheduling, we are trying to collect homeowners’ contact information and addresses. This information will not be shared with anyone, it is just to make sure that we can easily get in contact with you when it comes to do your pre-inspection and service renewal. This will be very appreciated and make this process go more smoothly. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Starting on Monday, May 16, we will be working on Randall Street, Marshall Street, Covington Street, and Webster Street to install the gas main. Service renewals will start on or around July 12 on E. Randall Street at Marshall Street. You will be contacted by door hangers. To schedule the exact date, please respond to the number left on the hanger.
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE NO PARKING SIGNS, DAYS AND DATES. BALTIMORE CITY IS NOW TOWING CARS INSTEAD OF RELOCATING THEM.
“If any vehicles are left in violation of the NO PARKING signs , BALTIMORE CITY will be enforcing and towing.”
If you have any questions now or during the remaining time that Willbros will be working in your area please do not hesitate to contact us via email at email@example.com, or call Jimmy McCune 443-463-0630 or Clara Crockett 443-477-0481.
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It’s happening!! Are you ready to clean house? Scroll down below the flyer to reserve your space and pay today!
*Our tables have sold out, so the only remaining option is to bring your own table(s). You must still pay to sell as this is a fundraising event for our neighborhood. Thanks for your interest, and we hope to see you Saturday, April 23!
There will be a public meeting for residents of the East Sector of the proposed South Baltimore Gateway Community Benefits District (Federal Hill, Otterbein, Port Covington, Riverside, Sharp-Leadenhall, South Baltimore, Spring Garden Industrial Area)
The purpose is for residents, businesses and institutions to provide input and feedback on plans for creating the district:
Monday, April 11, 2016
6:00 – 8:30 PM
6:00 – 6:30 Registration, Refreshments
6:30 – 8:15 Program
8:15 – 8:30 Wrap-up
Location: Digital Harbor High School
1100 Covington St, Baltimore, MD 21230
All residents, businesses & institutions are encouraged to attend the meeting for your sector and set the vision and work plan for a South Baltimore Gateway Community Benefits District!
Please register/RSVP to Ethan Cohen at 410-545-3107 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mayor’s Office of Economic & Neighborhood Development is working with the Baltimore Local Development Council (LDC), various City agencies and our State Representatives to create a South Baltimore Gateway Community Benefits District (CBD), which will oversee enhanced services to neighborhoods within South Baltimore’s “Casino Impact Area” (CIA).
Funding for the district will come from “Local Impact Grant” (LIG) funds – a portion of casino revenues that the State of Maryland directs to improve communities in the CIA, also known as the “South Baltimore Gateway.”
In order to gather input on priorities, the City and LDC will hold three meetings for community residents in April 2016, to engage residents from each of three “sectors” below”:
East – Federal Hill, Otterbein, Port Covington, Riverside, Sharp-Leadenhall, South Baltimore, Spring Garden Industrial Area (April 11, 2016, 6-8:30 PM Digital Harbor HS)
West – Barre Circle, Carroll-Camden Industrial Area, Carroll Park, Casino Area, Ridgely’s Delight, Pigtown, Stadium Area (April 18, 2016, 6-8:30 PM Southwest Baltimore Charter School)
South – Cherry Hill, Lakeland, Mount Winans, Saint Paul, Westport (April 9, 2016, 9:30AM-12:00PM, Arundel Elementary & Middle School)
Consultants Joe Cronyn and Davin Hong, who are tasked with advising on the CBD’s key goals and operations will run the meetings and cover the following topics:
For more information and to register/RSVP, contact Ethan Cohen at 410-545-3107 or email@example.com admin