Friday, Sept. 24 at 6:30 pm, is the last in the popular summer Arts in the Parks series of free concerts. They were hosted in neighborhood outdoor settings by BHCA and adjacent Marble Hill and Madison Park community associations.
Since the members of Mt. Royal Improvement Association voted to change the name and disassociate from MRIA’s segregationist roots in 2018, BHCA has continued in operation under the old association’s bylaws.
BHCA’s board has approved a policy developed by the BHCA Safety and Security Committee to make it easier for neighbors who are victims of a crime to access camera footage taken by residents through their security systems.
Maryland Institute College of Art is hoping for “close to normal operations” through the fall semester, the school has announced. That status extends to educational, residential, and supporting college functions. But neighbors are discouraged from visiting the campus.
BHCA in partnership with the Madison Park Improvement Association has received a $15,000 grant for a Green Streets Concept Plan from the Chesapeake Bay Trust to identify opportunities in three adjoining spaces; 1420 Eutaw Park, 1400-1500 Eutaw Place Median Park, and Mosher Plaza Park.