I became the editor of the Bolton Hill Bulletin in January 2015 when we were still first-class mailing printed newsletters to subscribers in the neighborhood. That summer Jean Lee Cole and I hatched the idea of moving the Bulletin online and did so in January 2016.
Bolton Hill Community Association recently put together a group of residents to update the neighborhood’s Strategic Plan. We began this effort in the 1980s and periodically over the years have updated the plan.
Maryland’s General assembly is midway through its 438th session in Annapolis, with big issues like funding school construction, the Kirwan Commission school reform legislation, the future of the Pimlico race track, a death with dignity bill and support for fighting crime in Baltimore on an expanding agenda.
Despite its prominent location at the north end of the neighborhood, the corner of Park Avenue and North Avenue is a neglected piece of Bolton Hill. It’s mostly covered in sterile concrete. The facing row house wall is bleached and speckled with grime.
It’s time to renew your residential parking permit for 2020. If you have one now, it can be done online here. New residents and those applying for the first time have to do so in person at the Parking Authority office at 200 W. Lombard Street.