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Flea Market: The annual Flea Market and Craft Fair will be held Saturday, May 11, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the northwest corner of Patterson Park, near the Pagoda. Food and drink will be available. Info: www.butchershill.org. Pagoda Clean-Up: The Friends of Patterson Park are looking for volunteers to give the Pagoda a spring cleaning on Sunday, May 12, 10 a.m.-noon. Info: 410276-3676 or volunteer@pattersonpark. com.

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42nd Annual Historic Harbor House Tour: Tour about a dozen historic homes in Fell’s Point. Sunday, May 12, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance; $25 on the day of the event. They may be purchased at the Fell's Point Visitor Center, 410-675-6750 x16, or at preservationsociety.com. See our complete Community Calendar on pages 6 & 7.

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Southeast to pioneer new stormwater systems BY ERIK ZYGMONT EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

“Blue Alleys” should begin appearing in the Butchers Hill and Patterson Park neighborhoods this summer. “As we define it, a Blue Alley is a traditional alley that has been converted into a pervious alley,” said Ashley Traut of Blue Water Baltimore, an organization dedicated to restoring the area’s rivers, streams and harbor. In a pervious alley, some rainwater is absorbed into the ground rather than joining the rush through the stormdrain system and out to the bay. Traut said that in big storms, an under-drain would funnel storm-

water to the traditional draining system, “but we won’t the huge peak discharges that are the problem.” One Blue Alley is planned for Butchers Hill, on the alley that connects S. Duncan St. with S. Collington Ave., just north of the unit block. Patterson Park has Blue Alleys slated for alleyways connecting N. Rose St. and N. Luzerne Ave., as well as N. Glover St. and N. Lakewood Ave. In addition to the Blue Alleys, Blue Water Baltimore is planning four green curb bump-outs to the two neighborhoods—at the northwest corner of Lombard and Chester streets; the northwest corner of Fairmount Ave. and Chester St.; the northeast corner of Baltimore St. CONTINUED ON PAGE 15


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Harbor Point developers address Fell's Point's environmental concerns BY ERIK ZYGMONT EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Developers of Harbor Point, a 27-plus acre mixed development on the waterfront site of the old Allied Signal Chromium Plant, stopped by the Fell’s Point Residents Association meeting last week to update residents on the environmental aspects of the project. Last month, the Baltimore City Planning Commission approved the Beatty Development Group’s plans for Harbor Point. The proposal is now before the City Council, with a hearing scheduled for next month, according to Marco Greenburg of Beatty Development. The development includes, on the north end, a 24-story building to house Excelon Energy. While the current elevation of the site is about 13 feet, Greenburg said, the 350foot building will be built on ground 28 feet above sea level. The project includes 9.5 acres of open space, with about 5 acres of that devoted to an open-to-the-public “central plaza.” Last week, crews were scheduled to begin driving “test piles.” Jonathan Flesher of Beatty Development explained that test piles are simply various types of piles—

prefabricated foundation components—that are driven into the earth to determine which type is most suitable for constructing the building foundation. Generally speaking, the environmental concerns stem from the chromiumcontaminated soil under the site. Roughly the western 2/3 of the site is “capped,” or sealed to prevent the spread of contaminants. When the Allied plant was demolished, according to Flesher, “they left the building foundations, and they left a lot of the soil, and rather than cart it somewhere else and pollute that, they created a landfill.” He noted that the site had been remediated with $110 million of “completely private money.” Flesher said that all work on the site will be closely monitored by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Maryland Department of the Environment. “There will never ever ever be a situation where, ‘Oh, there’s a little spill over there, and it’s blowing around,’” Flesher said. “That will never happen.” Flesher said that the tentative completion date for the Excelon building is the summer of 2015.

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Greenburg gave the Fell’s Point Residents Association an update on the Recreation Pier, perhaps most famous as the filming site of “Homicide: Life on the Streets.” “Our commitment to the city is to be under construction on the pier portion of the building by Jan. 1, 2014,” Greenburg said.

As before, the plans remain for a “125room boutique hotel with a restaurant,” according to Greenburg. Beatty Development will be leaving the ballroom on the third floor in its historic character, he added. “The envelope of the building will remain exactly the same as it is today,” said Greenburg, though he added that some pop-

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Pressed for financial details on the project, Greenburg said, “We are very close to finalizing a deal with a very substantial financial partner. We’re not looking for bank financing; we’re bringing someone with us.”

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Park to see more traffic enforcement BY ERIK ZYGMONT EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

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No longer in a ood zone? Hang on to your insurance, says city BY DANIELLE SWEENEY DSWEENEY@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

FEMA’s proposed floodplain maps for Baltimore City indicate reduced flood risk for some areas of Fell’s Point, but Baltimore’s floodplain manager is wary, and encourages home and business owners to keep their flood insurance anyway. The city’s new flood hazard map—also called Flood Insurance Rate Maps or FIRMS—was created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Army Corps of Engineers and the city, and was released about a week ago at the city’s Floodplain and Hazard Open House.

The term “100-year� can be misleading. The proposed floodplain map will be online for public view and comparison to the current floodplain map within about a week, said Ken Hranicky, a city planner and the city’s floodplain manager. A floodplain is a part of the land where water collects, pools, and flows during the course of natural events. Such areas are classified as Special Flood Hazard Areas and are located in 100-year flood zones. The term “100-year� can be misleading. It does not mean a flood could happen there every 100 years. It is the flood elevation that has a one percent chance of being equaled or exceeded each year. Persons who own property in high risk areas of the floodplain are required by law to buy flood insurance if they have a mortgage with a federally insured lender, and buying flood insurance through FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program is often a good deal, said Hranicky. NFIP offers flood insurance, which can be purchased through property and casualty insurance agents. Congress created NFIP in1968. At that time, most homeowners policies did not cover floods, and property owners who experienced floods were often financially devastated and unable to rebuild. Persons who own property in low-tomoderate risk areas are not required by federal law—but are eligible and encouraged—to buy flood insurance through NFIP anyway. According to FEMA, about 20 percent of all flood insurance claims come from those in lowto-moderate risk areas.

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“The last time the city redid its floodplain maps was 1977. Computer power back then was fantastic,� joked Hranicky, The proposed flood maps for the city show significant changes in some areas, although only about 2,000 properties citywide will be mapped at either a higher or lower risk. “For Fell’s Point, the floodline in some areas has actually receded,� said Hranicky, speaking at the city’s flood map open house last week. He acknowledges that with the effects of global warming and sea level rise, the receding surprises him. When contacted with questions regarding the floodplain receding, FEMA referred the Guide to their public relations office, which did not return emails or phone calls in time for deadline. “Sea level rise and floodplain receding don’t go hand in hand,� he said. “The flooding from Hurricane Isabel in 2003,� Hranicky said, “lined up pretty closely with the current flood map—not the proposed one.� Because of this, Hranicky is recommending that property owners who were labeled high-risk on the current, circa1977 map keep their current insurance-regardless of what the proposed map indicates. “Also, anyone not in the high-risk zone, but who was affected by Hurricane Isabel, should purchase flood insurance. That’s my recommendation,� Hranicky said. Hranicky noted that proposed maps are based on current conditions at the time they were made and can’t speak to the future. “We’re dealing with changing weather events, and these kinds of storms are becoming more common and more expensive. Hurricane Sandy was a $70 billion dollar storm. Seventy billion, and they haven’t stopped counting,� he noted. The proposed floodplain maps for the city will be available online within the next week at http://bmorecity.wix.com/ baltcityfloodplain and in person at the Department of Planning. Online, homeowners can type in their address and view their current floodplain map alongside the proposed one. If residents or business owners feel that they have been inaccurately labeled high-risk, and they have better information to prove otherwise, they may submit technical or scientific data to support their claim, Hranicky said. “The 90-day public comment period began April 23,� he said.

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Maryland Film Festival: The festival is an annual five-day event that screens approximately 50 feature films and 75 short films of all varietys. The festival will be held from Wednesday, May 8, through Sunday, May 12, at the Charles Theatreb(1711 N. Charles St.), MICA Brown Center (1301 West Mt. Royal Ave.), and the Wind-Up Space, 12 W. North Ave. Info: www.mdfilmfest.com. Beer Discussion and Tasting: Wednesday, May 8, 7-9 p.m., at the Village Learning Place Community Garden, 2521 St. Paul St. Eli Breitburg-Smith, brewer at the Peabody Heights Brewery will provide an overview and lead a tasting. Info: 410235-2210. Mother Goose Baby Steps: Wednesdays,11:30 a.m. Interactive nursery rhyming with music and movement. Patterson Park Branch, Pratt Library, 158 N. Linwood Ave. Info: 410-396-0983. Bilingual Community Yoga: Wednesdays, 7:30-9 p.m. at the Virginia Baker Rec Center, Patterson Park. Info: 410396-9156. Preschool Leaps: Wednesdays,11 a.m. Stories, songs, and fun for preschoolers. Southeast Anchor Library, 3601 Eastern Ave. Info: 410-396-1580.

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Hampstead Hill Association Meeting. The Hampstead Hill (Eastern to Fait Ave. and Ellwood to Lakewood Ave.) Association will meet on Thursday, May 9, 6 p.m., at Hampstead Hill Academy, 500 S. Linwood Ave. on the third floor. Invited guests are Creative Alliance, Audubon Society, Zip Cars, Office of City Council President, and others. Info: Jean at 410-370-2644. *A drawing for (1) iPad will be held each Monday for 5 weeks beginning May 6, 2013. Limit 1 entry per person. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Odds of winning will be determined by the number of entries. No purchase or payment necessary to win. Employees and immediate family members of Bay Bank and its subsidiaries are not eligible. Maximum value of each iPad = $600. Prizes areAnnual non-transferable.Hampstead Winner will be Ninth Hill Nights: notified by email and/or certified mail. A total of (1) iPad will be awarded to (1) winner each week for 5 weeks. A list of winners may be obtained after June 10, 2013 from Bay Bank Corporate Office at 2328 West Free outdoor concerts at Hampstead Hill Joppa Road, Lutherville, MD 21093. Bay Bank is not affiliated with Apple, Inc. iPad is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. Academy, located at 500 S. Linwood Ave. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. rain or shine. Concert begins at 6 p.m.,Thursday, May 9, features Sons of Pirates, a Jimmy Buffet Bay Bank and Carrollton Bank are now one. Specialty Band. Donations are welcome. No alcoholic beverages or pets of any kind are permitted due to Baltimore City Police pol12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS | 410-312-5400 or (1) iPad will be held each Monday for 5 weeks beginning May 6, 2013. Limit 1 entry per person. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Odds of winning will be determined by the number of entries. No www.baybankmd.com icy. Children must be accompanied by a payment necessary to win. Employees and immediate family members of Bay Bank and its subsidiaries are not eligible. Maximum value of each iPad = $600. Prizes are non-transferable. Winner will be mail and/or certified mail. A total of (1) iPad will be awarded to (1) winner each week for 5 weeks. A list of winners may be obtained after June 10, 2013 from Bay Bank Corporate Office atresponsible 2328 West adult. Hot dogs, pizza, soda, , Lutherville, MD 21093. Bay Bank is not affiliated with Apple, Inc. iPad is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. snacks, and novelty items will be for sale. *A drawing for (1) iPad will be held each Monday for 5 weeks beginning May 6, 2013. Limit 1 entry per person. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Odds of winning will be determined by the number of entries. No Info:410-396-9146. purchase or payment necessary to win. Employees and immediate family members of Bay Bank and its subsidiaries are not eligible. Maximum value of each iPad = $600. Prizes are non-transferable. Winner will be notified by email and/or certified mail. A total of (1) iPad will be awarded to (1) winner each week for 5 weeks. A list of winners may be obtained after June 10, 2013 from Bay Bank Corporate Office at 2328 West Buena Casa, Buena Brasa: The popuJoppa Road, Lutherville, MD 21093. Bay Bank is not affiliated with Apple, Inc. iPad is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. lar Mother Goose Baby Steps program in y Bank and Carrollton Bank are now one. Spanish. Canciones, rimas, cuentos, y juegos, para los ninos (0-3 anos) y los padres o Bay Bank and Carrollton Bank are now one. cuidadores. Thursday, 11 a.m. Southeast ONVENIENT LOCATIONS | 410-312-5400 .baybankmd.com Anchor Library, 3601 Eastern Ave. Info: 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS | 410-312-5400 410-396-1580. www.baybankmd.com

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Boys Basketball 8-12: Mondays and Fridays, 6-8:30 p.m., Virginia Baker Rec Center, Patterson Park. Info: 410-396-9156. Bird Watching Walk: Audubon experts from the Chesapeake Audubon Society will lead bird watchers in search of migrants and other feathered friends, Friday, May 10, 8 9:30 a.m. If you would like to borrow binoculars, drop Audubon an email. Meet at the fountain. Info: Patterson Park Audubon Center 410.558.2473 or ppaudubon@gmail. com. Art Reception: FLUTTER and Our Journey: Survivor Empowerment Project. Join Pinebox Art Center, 101 S. Haven St., on May 10 for a reception of recent works and custom installations by School 33 resident artist, Jowita Wyszomirska, in Pinebox’s main gallery from 7-9 p.m. Its classroom space will have a special installation of a collaborative project created by refugee survivors of torture. Info: pineboxartcenter@ gmail.com.

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Fell’s Point Farmers’ Market: The market runs from 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m on Broadway Square. Dundalk Art Show and Sale: Saturday, May 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Veteran’s Park in the Dundalk Shopping Center, 4 Center Pl., across from the post office. Info: 410-2842331. Mommy and Me Tea and Dollmaking: An all ages event, 3-5:30 p.m. Make a doll with your mom or mommy figure and enjoy tea and pastries. A pair of tickets costs $25. Baltimore Threadquarters. 518 S Conkling St. 443-759-9627. Spring Sidewalk Sale-a-Thon: Saturday, May 11, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. United Evangelical Church, 3200 Dillon St. Clean out your garage, basement, and attic. Table fee is $10 before May 3, $15 after May 3. To reserve a table, call Rose Chaney at 410-2821342 or email Cissy Funk (jakco22@hotmail.com), Barb Matthew (barbmatthew@ verizon.net) or Pam Sartori (satch86@verizon.net). Free Youth Lacrosse Clinic: Patterson Park Youth and Education Center at Utz Field will offer clinics starting May 11. Clinic runs five consecutive Saturdays for boys and girls ages 10-14. Register online at www.goo.gl/TwDno or visit the new center and pick up a registration form. Info: 410878-0563. Butchers Hill Flea Market: The Flea Market and Craft Fair will be held Saturday, May 11, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the northwest corner of Patterson Park, near the pagoda


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Weekly Farmers’ Market: Sunday, May 12, 7 a.m.-noon, underneath the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday and Saratoga streets. 42nd Annual Historic Harbor House Tour: Tour about a dozen historic homes in Fell's Point. Sunday, May 12, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance; $25 on the day of the event. They may be purchased at the Fell’s Point Visitor Center, 410-675-6750 x16, or at preservationsociety.com. St. Leo’s Procession: The Sodality of Our Lady at St. Leo’s (227 S. Exeter St.) will have a procession with the statue of Our Lady through the streets of Little Italy following the 9:30 a.m. Mass on May 12. Refreshments will be served in the church hall. Info: (410) 675-7275. Little Italy Bake Sale: The Little Italy Property Owners Association is hosting as Mother’s Day Bake Sale Sat/Sun, May 11-12 in the church hall after all weekend St. Leo’s (227 S. Exeter St.) Masses. Pagoda Clean-up: The Friends of Patterson Park are looking for volunteers to give the Pagoda a spring cleaning on Sunday, May 12, 10 a.m.-noon. Info: 410-276-3676 or volunteer@pattersonpark.com.

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Zumba: Mondays, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Virginia Baker Rec Center, Patterson Park. Seven dollars per class; all levels and drop-ins welcome. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Info: 410-276-3676. Boys Basketball 8-12: Mondays and Fridays, 6-8:30 p.m., Virginia Baker Rec Center, Patterson Park. Info: 410-396-9156. Living Rosary: Our Lady of Fatima Parish will hold a Lighted Living Rosary and potluck dinner on Monday, May 13, beginning at 7 p.m. Bring a covered food item to share; council will provide paper goods and dinner ware. The event will be held at the parish’s Brother Desales Church Hall, 6420 Pratt St. Info: Jim Bocklage, 410285-8126.

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Though he’s a Hollywood guy now, actor and producer Vincent De Paul is still a Highlandtown guy. “Every holiday I am here,” says De Paul, a graduate of Our Lady of Pompeii High School and one of eight children in the Zannino family, which owns the eponymous funeral home on S. Conkling St. “My parents are very much about community and the core family get together,” adds De Paul. Most recently, De Paul attended the Highlandtown Wine Festival, “a very joyous festival.” As a founding member of Ragazzi D’Italia, an Italian dance troupe active in the 1990s, De Paul put his dancing shoes back on for the Wine Fest. “For the first time, a lot of the former members performed together,” he says. De Paul notes that the festival was enjoyed by many ethnic groups, not just Italians. “That’s really what makes our Highlandtown community special,” he

says, “diversity.” An Baltimore actor who, fittingly, got his start with a small role in John Waters’ 1988 camp comedy, “Hairspray,” De Paul has now found a niche in producing and acting in independent films and series. Most recently, De Paul has won acclaim for his role as actor/layabout Doug Damien in “The Silver Case.” De Paul was named Best Actor at the Los Angeles Film Festival for the role. “The Silver Case” is now available On Demand on Xfinity. “It’s great that I’m getting Facebook messages and emails from Baltimore, saying ‘I just saw you,’” says De Paul. “The Silver Case,” he says, is an “Italian film-noir that satirizes Hollywood.” De Paul’s character’s home in the film is actually the former estate of Paris Hilton. “It’s fun to look at it and say, ‘this is how Paris Hilton lived,’” comments De Paul, “way different from Eastern Ave. and Dean St.” Another recent project of De Paul’s is “Charm City,” a Baltimore-based Web series created by Tyler Agastin

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and Kevin Davis which he is co-producing. “I want to give back to my community and produce artists locally,” says De Paul. He says that the Web and “new media” have been good to him. He recently starred as Father Leone in “The Bay,” an Emmy-nominated soap opera. “What I’m finding is that so many of my nieces and nephews are downloading shows,” says De Paul. As a producer of independent films, De Paul notes that product placement is an important revenue and equity source. “It offsets the budget in Indie films,” he says. “They give product equity or money, and they get a constant commercial.” De Paul says that Utz Snacks, Sloop Betty Vodka, and Hoehn’s Bakery have contributed to his filming efforts. When in the neighborhood, he adds, he loves to stop by G & A Restaurant Actor Vincent De Paul dances at the Highlandtown Wine for a hotdog, Canton Dockside for Festival. De Paul lives in Hollywood now, but he grew up lunch, and Merritt Athletic Club for a in Highlandtown and maintains close ties with Charm City. | Photo by Rebecca Rothey workout.


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Entertained by the monkeys of Eastpoint Growing up in Canton by ROLAND MOSKAL Special to the Baltimore Guide

what the cost for upkeep of the display and care of the animals was at that time, and I can’t remember if there was any accounts in the media—pro or con—of the display during it’s lifetime at Hochschilds. Amazing. Now onto Putt Putt miniature golf. Way off in the far corner of the parking lot was Putt Putt. I believe it was 50 cents a game, and there were two courses side by side. One thing that always stood out in my mind (which may be odd) was the manager who would announce over the PA, in a slow Southern accent, �Anyone at this time who gets a hole in one with a red or yellow ball wins a free pass to any Putt Putt golf course.� Go ahead—say it out loud in your best Southern accent. We would imitate the man the whole time we played. It makes no sense at all, but it was fun. If it was a cold or rainy day, duck-pin bowling would be part of the trip. Coming from Canton, we were good at duck pins; we had two lanes real close by–one on Fleet St. and the other on Eaton St. between Eastern and Bank. All in all it was amazing how a 25-cent bus ride would provide so much fun and memories. No cell phones, iPods, or texting. Our social media meant we got together and went somewhere and did something. Not this generations’ blank stare at a 3-inch by 5-inch electronic screen as they walk along, oblivious to what is going on around them.

As I have written in earlier installments, growing up in Canton often meant venturing out to discover other things—so to speak. One journey of note was the trip on the #23 bus to Eastpoint. Notice I did not say “mall,� because it wasn’t one for many years. We would walk down to the backside of Goldenbergs, on the Avenue, and off we went. Eastpoint had many stores that we no longer hear about, such as Hutzlers, Hochschild Kohn, Hamburgers, Silbers Bakery, Kresges, Reads Drugs, and Arundel Ice Cream and Food Fair, just to name a few. Hess Shoes was one attraction in particular that we would center on as part of our trip. Why? Well they had a large glassed in “cage� of live monkeys. It was an inside/ outside style display; whether or not the store was open, you could stop by, day or night, and be entertained by the monkeys. I don’t recall ever reading about what happened when the store got rid of the display. Another highlight of our visit to Eastpoint was the live penguins at Hochschild Kohn’s. As I recall it was a glass-enclosed bit of Roland would love to hear from anyone else with Antarctica with a large swimming pool memories of the old neighborhoods. He can be surrounded with ledges. I can only imagine reached at rmoskal1@verizon.net.

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“You know how bees get together in a hive and it gets warmer? It’s the same idea with flowers,” explains sixth-grader Jaylen Felder, pointing out the thriving container garden on the front steps of Friendship Academy of Science and Technology, 801 S. Highland Ave. Felder notes that the fragile flowers must be planted close together, but not so close that the roots cross. FAST students will be learning much

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containers rather than the ground—was only the beginning for the “Green Cheetahs,” an extracurricular group at FAST focusing on horticulture and the environment. The Green Cheetahs were started with a grant from the Baltimore Office of Sustainability. A $30,000 grant from the Chesapeake Bay trust will fund the asphalt removal and first plantings of the larger garden, and Blue Water Baltimore has also donated and is managing the garden’s launch. Watson said that students’ enthusiasm toward the container garden paved the way for the bigger garden. “We’ve learned that, yes, we have a lot of kids very excited to be planting,” she says. “I like gardening because it helps the earth and it gives us air to breathe, too,” says Destiny Davis, also a sixth-grader. Her favorite plant is the sunflower, “because it smells so delightful.” Davis and Felder are two of the most committed Green Cheetahs. “I think it’s important because people need to know what we’re doing for the earth,” says Felder, who is known to author a comic strip with the main character “Ecoman.”

Students submitted their own plans for the garden, and Blue Water Baltimore then boiled them down to a “professionally designed landscape mark-up of the garden,” says Watson. “It was really a big school-and-community process,” she adds. Prior to finalizing plans, the school sought buy in from the Canton Community Association and the Southeast CDC, both of whom reacted very favorably to the idea, she adds. “We’ve gotten really good feedback,” says Watson. “People actually want to be community gardeners and help the kids.” While Watson shows the large expanse of asphalt that will become dirt and plants, Felder and Davis run around and pick up spare pieces of trash. Both say that they want to raise public enthusiasm and knowledge of gardening and creating green space. “I think it’s important because people need to know what we’re doing for the earth,” says Felder. “Stop always polluting the earth; save it because we live on it.” “I think everybody should know they can get involved to help the earth,” said Davis, “not just for us, but for everybody.”

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If Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place, 2 S. Decker Ave., didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t exist, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Wireâ&#x20AC;? creator David Simon would have had to invent it. Linda Kuzmiw, who co-owns the restaurant with her husband Roman, says Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is definitely a throwback to â&#x20AC;&#x153;back in the day.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are only the barâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second owners. The first owned the place for 50 years,â&#x20AC;? she says. The 27-year-old Highlandtown rowhouse bar/restaurant is about as far away from Cantonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gentrification as you can get. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s typical Baltimore, but without the Honfest stereotypes. It should come as no surprise that a newspaper writersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and photographersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; group holds court in the tavern once a week. Kuzmiw characterizes Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s menu as â&#x20AC;&#x153;old tavern fare,â&#x20AC;? and her description is apt. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nothing gourmet here. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strictly a hot platter (roast turkey, pork chops, roast beef) kind of place, where sauerkraut and lima beans are on the menu every day. You could call it unreconstructed American comfort food. Imagine eating at your grandmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, but with a bar and six TVs. A lot of Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s food is made from scratch by Roman, and all of the homemade items are worth trying.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;We roast three or four whole turkeys a week for our turkey club sandwiches. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;lunchmeatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; turkey here. And I cut all of the rounds for our roast beef. We are fortunate in that we are small enough so that everything can be homemade. I like it that way,â&#x20AC;?  Kuzmiw explains. The turkey clubs ($7.75) and 1/2 chicken dinners ($9.95) are neighborhood mainstays, and local favorites like soft crabs ($14.95)

and crab cakes ($14.95) are on the menu all year long. Ribs, which take a half hour to prepare, were recently added to the menu. Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is, fundamentally, a localsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bar and restaurant. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have a group of customers who have been coming here since before we took over. We call them â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the faithful.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Until she passed away recently, we had a customer whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d been coming here to eat since the 1940sâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;60 years,â&#x20AC;? Kuzmiw explains. Despite the retro feel, Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is very much a part of contemporary East Baltimore. It has been sponsoring a monthly art installation, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Art on the Walls,â&#x20AC;? for six years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A lot of the barâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and our neighbors are artists. They suggested we have monthly art shows at Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s,â&#x20AC;? says Kuzmiw. Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bar includes liquor, draftsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Fat Tire, Yuengling, Sierra Nevada, etc., $3.50$4.50â&#x20AC;&#x201D;plenty of canned and bottled beer, and a few wines. Surprisingly, for a home-style restaurant, Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s does not serve dessert. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My dad doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make cakes and pies,â&#x20AC;? says daughter and bartender Andrea Butler, â&#x20AC;&#x153;and our portions are so large, people donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t usually ask for dessert.â&#x20AC;? Kuzmiw chimes in: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Every once in a while though, a regular will bring in a homemade cake or cobbler to share with everyone in the restaurant. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kind of nice. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a neighborhood thing.â&#x20AC;? Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is open seven days a week. The kitchen is closed on Tuesdays. This monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Art on the Wallsâ&#x20AC;? features Kini Collins, whose work will be on display until June. 4.

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Blue Alleys: Project at least five years in the making CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

and Collington Ave.; and the southwest corner of Fairmount and Luzerne avenues. Traut said that a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, as well as a “substantial match” from the Baltimore City Department of Transportation and the Department of Public Works, have made the $1.2 million project possible. Traut added that the Harris Creek Small Watershed Action Plan—which calls for, among other things, neighborhood greening projects—made the Southeast a fitting location for the Blue Alleys project. The Harris Creek Watershed covers about two square miles and empties into Baltimore Harbor in Canton. Specifically, a Butchers Hill Greening Feasibility study made that neighborhood specifically a strong choice for the project, Traut said. Former Butchers Hill Association president Barry Glassman noted that the Blue Alleys and curb bump-outs can be traced back to a neighborhood master plan released in November 2008. The plan, which included guidelines for preserving Butchers Hill’s neighborhood character, also suggested “stormwater filter bumpouts” at the dead

curb spaces resulting from reverse-angle parking. After the master plan’s release, Glassman recalled, the Butchers Hill Association’s Executive Committee met with a Department of Public Works official who was “very very enthused” by the of catching stormwater. Two DPW interns with special interests in environmental matters then put together the Greening Feasibility study. Glassman said that he is looking forward to the long-in-the-making implementation of the Blue Alleys and curb bump-outs. “This is something we need, it’s valuable, and we really need a pilot project, because at some point we’re going to be required to do this,” he said. Sandy Sales of S. Collington Ave. said that Butchers Hill will be excited to get the environmental improvements. “Overall, the association is excited about it,” she said, “and we do have a couple of people who have concerns about the fact that the community is taking on the responsibility of keeping these bump-outs clean.” Sales noted that Butchers Hill is contractually obligated to keep the bumpouts free from debris.

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Woman robbed of car and belongings on East Fayette Street Wednesday Robbery

Eastern Ave., 6300 block, April 28, 1:20 a.m. An officer responded to a holdup alarm, and upon arrival, spoke to the victim. The victim said that the suspect entered the store wearing a mask and holding a gun, which he pointed at the victim. The suspect stated, “Give me the money.” The victim placed the register drawers on the counter, and the suspect took the money. He fled when he saw another employee in the back of the store. Foster Ave., 2800 block, April 28, 2:23 a.m. A man told police that he was approached by two male suspects. One of them displayed a knife and demanded money. The victim refused and turned to walk away, but one of the suspects punched him in the back of his head. They took his money and fled. S. Oldham St., 600 block, April 30, 12:50 a.m. A woman said that she had just parked her car and was crossing the street when she saw a tan vehicle slow down and heard a voice say, “Right here.” The victim kept walking, and a suspect came up from behind her and grabbed her bag from her

shoulder. He snatched it away, and she ran toward the vehicle in an attempt to get it back, but the suspect pointed a gun at her. One of three suspects was arrested by police. E. Lombard St., 3200 block, April 30, 1:18 p.m. A man told police that he was walking home from work when the suspects approached. He said that he was talking on his cell phone when one of the suspects pointed a gun at his head. The victim tried to move away, but another suspect grabbed him. During the struggle, the suspects took his property and fled west. One of the suspects, the same from the above entry, was arrested. Orleans St., 2900 block, April 30, 8:30 p.m. A woman reported that she was on the block when a man approached and asked her what time it was. He grabbed her purse, pushed her to the ground and fled. E. Fayette St., 2600 block, May 1, 2 a.m. A woman told police that she had just parked her car when two suspects, a man and woman, approached. The man pointed a gun at her and told her not to talk; the woman groped her. The suspects then fled in the victim’s car and took her property. Aliceanna St., 1600 block, May 2, 6 p.m. A woman told police that she was running when the suspect, a young teen, tried to grab her phone from her waist area. He then grabbed her arm by force, took her cell phone and fled.

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N. Janney St.., 100 block, May 2, 9:35 p.m. A woman told police that she was sitting on her porch when her ex-boyfriend approached, grabbed her phone, and walked toward the woods. She followed him, but he allegedly shoved her to the ground. He then threw her phone back at her while she was on the ground and fled. A warrant was obtained. S. Linwood Ave., 400 block, May 3, 3:04 a.m. A man told police that he got out of his car when another man grabbed his shirt and told him, “Give it up!” The victim started yelling and pulled away, ripping his shirt. He then punched the suspect in the face. Then, a female suspect approached with a knife. The victim ran away and called the police; the suspects fled.

Burglary

Fell St., 1000 block, April 28, 4:30 p.m. A woman said that when she got home, she found that her property was missing. Her front lock was pushed in. E. Baltimore St., 2400 block, April 28, 5:30 p.m. Someone gained entry to the house by standing on a deck chair and cutting the screen to the rear window. Nothing was reported missing at the time of the report. N. Luzerne Ave., 400 block, April 29, 1 p.m. An unknown suspect broke into the church and the adjacent residence and stole electronics. At the residence, a computer, camera, and Wii was reported stolen. The homeowner reported that she forgot to set the burglar alarm. The point of entry was likely the rear, second-floor window. Nothing was reported missing from the church. Foster Ave., 3400 block, April 29, 3 p.m. An unknown suspect broke the rear door frame to gain entry. The reporting person had been in the process of moving

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out. There was evidence of ransacking and signs that the suspect had been squatting on the property after breaking in. Nothing was reported missing. Fait Ave., 3300 block, April 30, 5:30 p.m. An officer responded and found the front door ajar and damaged. The dwelling was cleared, and contact was made with the owner, who was in Las Vegas. A friend reported that no property was taken; the front door was sealed. E. Fairmount Ave., 3300 block, April 30, 6 p.m. An unknown suspect broke into the garage and stole a large number of tools. Video footage showed a white, late-model Dodge truck back up to the garage, and three unknown suspects taking property from it. S. Ellwood Ave., 900 block, May 1, 2:45 p.m. A man reported that someone forced open the side door to the location and took his Dell laptop. S. Haven St., 300 block, May 1, 3:50 a.m. A call was dispatched for a suspicious van in the area. Upon arrival, police detained a man who had been peering through a hole in the fence. He was mirandized, and then admitted cutting the hole in the fence earlier and returning later. He had pulled cast iron pipes toward the hole, where his van was parked. He was arrested at the scene. N. Lakewood Ave., 100 block, May 1, 8 a.m. An officer responded to an alarm, and found the front window open about one inch. The owner was notified; no entry had been made. E. Baltimore St., 2900 block, May 1, 8:30 a.m. A woman reported that she was woken by a suspect trying to get into her basement window. When she turned on the light, the suspect fled. N. Kresson St., 100 block, May 1, 8:45 a.m. An unknown suspect climbed onto the porch roof and raised the screen and the window to the second-floor bedroom. Stolen were two TVs, plus jewelry. Baylis St., 1000 block, May 1, 9:40 a.m. An officer responded to an alarm call and found that a suspect had attempted to kick in the rear door, causing major property damage. No entry was made. N. Curley St., 200 block, May 2, 12 p.m. A woman reported that someone forced the rear window, took property, and left. Foster Ave., 2600 block, May 2, 10:45 p.m. A man said that someone forced open the rear door, took his chihuahua, and left through the front door. Baylis St., 900 block, May 3, 7 a.m. A woman came home to find her front door open and her rear door forced open. Property was missing.


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E. Fairmount Ave., 2300 block, May 3, 8:15 a.m. A man stated that someone removed the AC unit, got inside, and took the computer. N. Lakewood Ave., 200 block, May 3, 1:10 p.m. A man said that he was upstairs when he heard voices. He went downstairs and saw someone trying to force open the kitchen window with a pry tool. The suspect fled when he saw the victim. Steelton Ave., 100 block, May 3, 4:30 p.m. An officer responded to the location and saw the suspect trying to pry open the rear door. The officer approached and asked him if he was trying to get in. The suspect said that it was a friend’s house, and he had forgotten the key. The owner came out and said that he didn’t know the suspect, who was arrested. O’Donnell St., 3800 block, May 3, 5 p.m. The victim reported that someone smashed out the rear window to the trailer and took tools. Silver Ct., 200 block, May 4, 6 p.m. The Housing Authority of Baltimore City maintenance reported that someone cut the lock to the crawl space, crawled inside, took copper pipes and fled.

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Obituary

HAROLD (ZANE) WILLIAMS 6/25/1951- 4/27/2013

Born in Sewickley Valley, PA. Occupation: glazier for 41 years. Survived by one son, Adam Keith Williams, and four grandsons, Adam James, Kevin Chris, Julian Tyler and Toby Keith of Grafton, WV.; one granddaughter Melissa Ann Williams of Baltimore, MD.; one great grandson Zane Michael Williams of Maxton NC. Two sisters, Virginia (Judy) Selleck of Kimbolton, OH., and Mary Boothe of Essex, MD; and one brother, Michael Patrick Boothe of Baltimore, MD. Also, Stephen Keesler friend that was like a brother, numerous nieces and nephews, and ex-wife/friend Wanda Jones. Proceeded in death by his mother Doris D Williams, two sons, Harold Zane Williams Jr. and Kevin Christopher Williams; one daughter, Christel Rene´ Williams, and one brother, Sam Ray Boothe.

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Marie J. Feige, 95, a 15-year resident of Annapolis and previously of Baltimore, died April 27, at Spa Creek Center. She was born November 26 in Baltimore where she graduated from high school. Marie enjoyed being a housewife, sewing, and spending time with her family. Married in 1937, she was preceded in death by her husband, Louis C. Feige, on October 3, 2000. She was also predeceased by her brothers, William and Leo Huber; and sister, Wilma Johnson.

Marie is survived by her son, Robert Feige of Annapolis; brother, Neil Huber of Florida; sister, Freda Hewes of Florida; granddaughter, Susan Halvorson of Irving, TX; greatgranddaughter, Sadie Halvorson of Irving, TX; daughter-in-law, Naomi Feige of Annapolis; step-grandchild, Beth Drury of Ramsey, IN; and stepgreat-grandchild, Sean Drury of Ramsey, IN. A visitation is planned from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 3, at Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis, where a Funeral Service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. Burial following service at Gardens of Faith, 5598 Trumps Mill Rd., Baltimore.

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BIRDS HOUSE: NATE MCLOUTH, EARNING HIS KEEP BY ANDY MINDZAK

A very wise person once stated, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Never bet on the three-legged horse in the Kentucky Derby.â&#x20AC;? Another wise person said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;One manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trash is another manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s treasure.â&#x20AC;? While the first quote isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t exactly a life changer (unless you have a gambling problem) the second quote applies heavily to the Baltimore Orioles, specifically to Nate McLouth. Currently, McLouth is having himself a great year, but before we get to what he is doing now, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s look at where he came from. McLouth came up with the Pittsburgh Pirates and made his Major Leauge debut

in 2005. He started to catch fire in 2008, which earned him his first, and so far only, All Star nod. He would go on to finish the year hitting .276 (a career high) with 165 hits, 26 home runs, 94 runs batted in, 23 stolen bases, 113 runs, and a leagueleading 46 doubles, all of which are career bests. He also won his only Gold Glove that year. The following season saw him again play well, hitting .256 with 20 home runs and 70 runs batted in, not quite as strong as his 2008 numbers. That year he was traded to the Atlanta Braves to help spark their outfield, which he did. Unfortunately for him, his next two seasons left a lot to be desiredâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;he batted .190 in 2010 and .228 in 2011. After that season, he was granted free agency before he signed back on with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He lasted through spring training up until the end of May; then the Pirates released him for hitting .140 in 57 at-bats. Baltimore, needing extra outfield help with Nolan Reimold out with a back injury, made a move to sign McLouth. The move has certainly paid off. McLouth would finish 2012 batting .268

with the Orioles in 55 games, a huge factor stolen bases with 9, second to Jacoby in Baltimore making their playoff run. Ellsburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 12. If that wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t enough, McLouth also batted .318 against the New McLouth has scored 25 runs in 27 games, third in the AL to Austin Jackson and Miguel Cabrera. As excited as I was to see what Nolan the move Reimold could do with a full season, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s has certainly good to see McLouth find his stride again paid off and show Baltimore fans what he can do. Hopefully he can keep that pace up all York Yankees in the ALDS with a home season and help get the Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s back into the run and three runs batted in during their playoffs. five game-series. Over the winter, the Orioles had a decision to make: Re-sign him, or let him go? Dan Duquette decided to bring him back at $2 million for the year, proving to Largest Sports Memorabilia Store in be yet another smart and savvy move by Baltimore. HUGE SELECTION!! the Baltimore exec who probably follows â&#x20AC;˘ Sports Trading Cards the advice of â&#x20AC;&#x153;A penny saved is a penny â&#x20AC;˘ Jersey Framing from $99 earned.â&#x20AC;? Ok, so maybe that is Peter Angelos â&#x20AC;˘ Custom Framing pulling those strings, but Duquette makes it â&#x20AC;˘ Autographs work. â&#x20AC;˘ Collectibles So far this season, McLouth has delivered â&#x20AC;˘ Supplies all around. McLouth is currently 12th in the American League in hitting, batting Always Buying Pre-1975 Collections .313 with three home runs and 10 runs %ASTERN!VENUEs"ALTIMORE batted in. He also is second in the AL in WWWBBCOUTLETCOMs  

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PHIL TIRABASSI

Real Estate Transfers

Source: Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation

February 28, 2013

3308 E. Lombard St.; $66,000; Summerfield Investment Group to Dinicola Drywall LLC 3420 Dillon St.; $319,000; Clearwater Properties LLC to Andrew Fickinger

2618 E. Fairmount Ave.; $236,000; WRH Properties LLC to Rose Galinski 707 S. Ann St.; $244,500; Wade Turner to Debra Walter 110 S. Ann St.; $299,900; Bowman Real Estate to Yuk-Chow Ng

March 4, 2013

314 S. Regester St.; $152,500; Capital T Partners Broofield LLC to Payam Golriz

March 5, 2013

442 N. Bouldin St.; $27,500; Tisa Corp to Rufe Enterprises Inc

3825 Fait Ave.; $271,000; Steven McMahon to Keith Konecke

March 7, 2013

3238 E. Lombard St.; $75,716; Sarah Bowes to Sarah Frush 217 S. Clinton St.; $162,376; Richard Crawley to Bank of America 223 S. Clinton St.; $85,000; Richard Shepherd to Building Character LLC 115 S. Bouldin St.; $175,669; Vittoria Mellott to CitiMortgage Inc 3324 Foster Ave.; $130,000; Running With Scissors LLC to Charleene Doverspike 731 S. Macon St.; $273,599; NVR Inc to Jonathan Lacroix 807 Ponca St.; $75,000; Joseph Owczarek to 807 Ponca St LLC 2720 Jefferson St.; $12,000; Florina Raphael to Aldo Seren-Rosso Jr. 230 N. Madeira St.; $11,000; Anthony Burgess to Hermosa Casa LLC 250 S. Washington St.; $184,572; Clayton Runk III to Federal National Mortgage

2914 McElderry St.; $23,000; Margene Romiti to TBJ Acquisitions Limited 133 S. Broadway; $215,000; Nicholas Angelozzi to Broadway Realty LLC

214 S. East Ave.; $69,500; Henry Loehr to James Heise 3014 Elliott St.; $225,000; Martin Gunning III to Shawn Gallo 1203 Dockside Cir.; $438,600; Hamid Sadeghi to Francis McHenry

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4 BR, 3 updated BA, huge lot. 3 car garage, shed, out building that can be finished for office/studio. Walkin closets, wood floors, sun/Florida room. Updated kitchen with granite countertops. Built-in pool, large pool house with bar & 1/2 BA. BC7992547 BALTIMORE Beautiful Cape Cod bungalow style home with 3 BR and 3 FULL BS, finished LL, deck, spacious kitchen, mud room. Being sold strictly as-is, seller will make no repairs but shows very well. Sold subject to existing lease, exp. 9/30.

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BALTIMORE BA7995790 Buyer must pay cash and have background check done and be approved by Armistead Board of Directiors. Operating charge is $445. per month.

BALTIMORE CITY BA7996582 Huge single 5 BR Cape Cod on large corner lot in old town hamilton. Hardwood floors, charming, above ground pool, pool bar, deck. Sold strictly as is, sellers will make no repairs.Close to schools, restaurants and shopping. Priced to sell.

Cinnamon Woods modular 55 + Community. 2 BR, 2 BA w/den or 3rd BR. Vaulted ceilings, gas FP, sidewalk, shed. Breakfast nook & buffet, ww carpet. Master BR w/walk in closet, huge BA w/double sinks, dressing table & built ins.

BALTIMORE BC8012612 3 BR, 3 BA Cape Cod with nice lot. Currently tenant occupied. Subject to third party approval. Sold as is. Buyer reponsible for verifying ground rent. If ground rent exists, seller will not redeem. Sold subject to existing lease.

BALTIMORE BA8028789 3 BR, 2.5 BA, Lrg kitchen, new ss appliances, granite ctop, 42” maple cabinets. Freshly painted, new WW carpet, twin heat pumps, windows, roof, interior doors. 12X12 deck. Whirlpool tub, large yard.

MIDDLE RIVER BC8036611 End of group TSH, private setting. Awesome water views from LR, BR and patio. Updated kitchen, newer carpet, new a/c unit. Community pier with 30’ premium boat slip that conveys. Converted to 2 BR but can easily be put back to 3.

BALTIMORE CITY BA8047310 Huge house with 5 BR and 2 Full BA. Sold as-is. Third party approval required. Sold subject to existing lease. Buyer responsible for verifying ground rent. If ground rent exists, seller will not redeem.

924 S. Decker Ave. Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 bath townhome with side patio & exposed brick just steps from Canton Square!

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PARKVILLE BC7701062 5 bedroom home has all of the space you could want with finished walk out lower level. His and hers bath on main level. This home is just waiting for your finishing touches.

1470 Medfield Ave. Lovely 2 BR, 1 bath townhome with PARKING!! Gleaming hardwoods, new HVAC, covered front porch amd more.

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BALTIMORE BA8054179 INVESTORS DREAM. This charming 2 bedroom home in desirable Fells Point is waiting for your personal touches.

BAYVIEW BA8054276 4 BR, 3 BA, approx. 2,800 sq. ft., including master suite w/balcony, multi decks, spiral staircases, garage & driveway. Large main level FR. Master BA has whirlpool tub & separate shower.

BALTIMORE BA8055271 3 BR/1.5 BA, quiet cul de sac. Hwd flrs, covered porches & carport. Finished LL wbar & 1/2 bath. Central air. Upgraded kitchen & BA, ceiling fans. CDA/FHLB grants may be available.

BALTIMORE BC8062477 End of group townhome in Baltimore County conveniently located to shopping and just minutes away from 695. Fresh paint and newer havac and roof. Nice yard and plenty of parking!! Make your appointment today!

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