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Sitting on a giant blue ball behind her desk at Charm City Movement Art, tightwire walker Erica Saben accidentally kicks the overflowing recycling bin under the desk, sending empty plastic water bottles bouncing and rolling across the floor. “This was supposed to go out two weeks ago,” she grumbles, picking up the bin. It’s clear that Saben, director of Charm City Movement Art, a school for circus performers, has made a business out of her passion. She founded the organization less than a year ago, in November. “It’s been going great,” she says with a smile. “Once students start taking classes here, they don’t stop.” Located in a non-descript yellow building at the intersection of Fleet and S. Clinton Streets, Charm City Movement Art offers a wide variety of classes on handstands, tightwire walking, juggling, Chinese acrobatics, ballet, tap-dancing, burlesque performing, and other circus skills. Getting people in the door was hard at

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The 29 Days Later Film Project, now in its fourth year, offers filmmakers a chance to make their statements and showcase their talents, and it gives moviegoers a chance to enjoy them. The name is an homage to the cult zombie film, 28 Days Later. The project challenges artists to create a short, 4-8 minute film in 29 days. Participants make their films from July 11 to Aug. 9. at the Creative Alliance on Eastern Ave. in Highlandtown. A screening of the films, open to the public, takes place at the Patterson Theater on Aug. 21 and 22. “It’s really fun to watch the filmmakers grow,” said Dean Storm, who started the project with Dawn Campbell when the two were students at Towson University. He said that he has seen several artists mature over the years the contest has been in existence. Storm was in his later college days when he took his first film classes. Although he was majoring in English and “already on a writing track,” filmmaking captured his imagination. When equipment prices came down, he began making his own films. During the day, he maintains the Web site choosemaryland.org, and he writes and edits Web content for the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Storm said that he got the idea for the 29 Days Later Film Project after participating in a similar endeavor that gave filmmakers only 48 hours to produce a film.

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The former Highlandtown Middle School, known to some residents as Hampstead Hill, at the block bordered by S. Robinson St., E. Pratt St., E. Lombard St., and Ellwood Ave., should be fully converted to rental apartments sometime next summer, according to Shaffin Jetha, a principal at Focus Development. Focus Development is managing the project in a joint venture with Kimsley Equities, Jetha said. The plans call for 138 apartments and approximately 146 parking spaces, though the develpers are frequently “getting one and losing one,” according to Jetha. Jetha said that there will be some studio apartments, some one-bedroom units, some single-bedroom units with a den, and some two-bedroom units. About 28 units will be bi-level, built in “true loft” style, according to Jetha. Studios will be approximately 580 square feet; one-bedrooms 720 square feet, and two-bedrooms about 1400 square feet. “In general, this model is exactly the same unit you would get at Harbor East or other Workers began the process of conhigh-end places by the water, but 25-30 per- verting Highlandtown Middle School into apartments in June.

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On Friday, July 13, hear Gregg Hatza Organization Jazz, and on Saturday, July 14, hear Nadine Rae & The All-Stars Blues/ R&B. Info/inclement weather notes: www. harborplace.com. Wine & Wag Happy Hour: The Maryland SPCA is hosting its second Wine and Wag Happy Hour of the summer on Friday, July 13, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., 3300 Falls Road, Hampden. There will be beer, wine, and complimentary appetizers, as well as dog activities. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Info: www.mdspca.org, www. mdspca.kintera.org/wag, 410-235-8826 X138.

goods and other items. Family-Friendly Fun: The Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, has Family Friendly 2nd Thursdays of each month from 4-6 p.m., for tours, crafts, movies and more for ages 2 and up. Kids are $5, accompanying parents are free, general public is $10. The next one is Thursday, July 12. Info: Gena Morris 410-727-4808 ext. 132, gmorris@thebmi.org. Get Outta Town: There are gambling bus trips throughout the year to benefit the Sr. Julietta Siedlecka School for the Blind in Poland. Prices vary; call Gloria Weber, 410276-1025 for details. Thursday, July 12: Hollywood Casino, Charlestown, W.Va. Calling All Writers: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society holds its Writers Circle, in which writers can receive constructive criticism of their sci-fi or fantasy work. Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 6:30 p.m.8:30 p.m. at BSFS, 3310 E. Baltimore Street. The next will be July 12 and July 26. Info: www.bsfs.org.

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Bus Trip! United Evangelical Church of Christ, 3200 Dillon Street, has a bus trip on Saturday, July 14 to Lancaster, Pennsylvania for lunch, a show and shopping. Lunch at Bird-In-Hand Restaurant, see musical (“The Confession�) and shopping at Rockvale Square. Bus leaves from Golden Ring Co-op 9:15 a.m., returns 6:30 p.m., $80.00/person. Info/tickets: Darlene Waters 410-574-6021. Town Fair: The annual Town Fair of White Marsh and Perry Hall is Saturday, July 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event includes family-friendly activities, musicians, a Kids Adventure Zone, petting zoo, over 180 vendors, and athletic demonstration. Info: www.thetownfair.net

Friday, July 13

Cinema Al Fresco: Little Italy’s Open Air Film Fest is held each Friday in July and August at the corner of High and Stiles streets. Live music and dancing begins at 7 p.m.; movies begin at 9 p.m. BYO lawn chair. The schedule is as follows: July 13 The Godfather July 20 From Here To Eternity Free Music: Harborplace and the Gallery host free outdoor music every Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., during the summer.

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woman then knocked her to the ground and beat her until she was unconscious. McHenry St., 1700 block, July 6, 4 p.m. A man told police that he was approached by another man who said, “Did you say something to my girl?” The confrontation became physical, and the first man was cut in the side of the head.

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and attempted to leave the store. She was arrested. Harbor Island Walk, 1200, July 1, 9:30 p.m. A suspect used keys and removed a boat, which was later found in Baltimore County. W. Heath St., 100 block, July 1, 9 p.m. A suspect broke the window of a vehicle and took power tools. Port Covington Dr., 2700 block, July 2, 10:45 a.m. A suspect stole $400 from an unattended purse. FOR THE FULL LOG, PLEASE VISIT WWW.BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

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Anglesea St., 400 block, July 1, 10:50 p.m. Two roommates argued over $600 owed. According to one of the roommates, the other began hitting him in the face and then put a knife to his throat and said, “I should kill you.” Police arrested the man. North Luzerne Ave., 400 block, July 2, 5 p.m. A woman reported that an ex-roommate stopped by to see if there was any mail for her. An argument escalated, and the exroommate then raked a knife down the woman’s body and held it to her chin. The ex-roommate also took an iPod. Police arrested her. N. Curley St., unit block, July 2, 11:50 p.m. Two women fought over faithfulness in a relationship. One of the women reported that the other scratched her in the neck and face and also choked her. Hudson St., 6600 block, July 3, 1:22 a.m. A landlord reported that he and a woman argued about rent money. The woman hit him with a baseball bat. Police reported that another tenant witnessed the fight and disarmed the woman, who was arrested. Fairmount Ave., 3500 block, July 3, 11:30 a.m. A man and another man got into a fight because the first man had an affair with the second’s girlfriend. The first man allegedly bit the second man on the forearm and face.

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BIRDS HOUSE: First half of 2012 Season a success by Andy Mindzak

I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we are halfway through the 2012 baseball season and Baltimore is holding the final regular wild

card spot. The bad news is that there is still a half left to play, and with the way the O’s have been playing lately, that might not hold up, but before we turn into Negative Nancys over here, let’s celebrate a successful first half. Baltimore sits in second place with a 45-40 record, seven games behind the New York Yankees and a half game ahead of the Tampa Bay Rays for the final playoff spot. Not bad, especially when you consider they didn’t win their 45th game until August 10 last year. The O’s sent three players to the All Star

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Fire: City Council votes down Young’s budget cuts CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

vehicles at that station, but Engine 33 was slated to replace Truck 15. Truck 10, though scheduled for disbandment, will remain in service for 90 days, according to Chief Kevin Carwright, communications director for the Fire Department. Truck 10 is located at 1503 W. Lafayette Ave., at a station that also includes a squad, a medic, and a battalion chief. In addition to the permanent disbandments, several relocations were planned to occur. Truck 6 of the station at 1001 E. Fort Ave. was scheduled to be sent to the station at 15 S. Eutaw St., and Rescue 1 was scheduled to be sent from S. Eutaw St. to E. Fort Ave. Since 2009, the Fire Department had been operating on a “rotational closure” basis, closing down four to five companies per day. In 2011, Mayor Rawlings-Blake restored money to the budget, bringing down rotating closures to three. Officially, the Fire Department has stated that the permanent disbandments are a better solution than the rotational closures and should slightly bring down response times. At his annual constituent’s breakfast in June, 1st District Councilman James Kraft said that he had identified about $4 million in the budget, from unused Department of

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Public Works and Police Department funds, that could have been used to prevent two of the three disbandments. He emphasized that councilmen do not have the authority to move money in the budget; they can make reccomendations to the mayor. No money was moved in the budget to keep the fire companies in operation. Later, CIty Council Chairman Jack Young proposed $17.1 million in cuts to the city’s

$2.8 million budget. The proposed cuts would have also moved money in the budget to fund certain youth programs, keep recreation centers open, and keep the fire companies open, according to Young. The City Council rejected the cuts 5-9, with Councilors James Craft, Edward Reisinger, Brandon Scott, Pete Welch, and William Cole all voting against. Councilor Carl Stokes was absent.

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Birds’ House: Orioles looking great, touch wood CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10

O’Day have been a breath of fresh air for a team that has had their fair share of issues closing out games. So as you can see, there is plenty to be happy about as we look back, but the road will only get tougher as the season wears on. Nick Markakis was activated from the DL on Monday which is a great start. If this offense can get going, they will be downright scary for opposing pitchers. On a final note, it will certainly be interesting to see how Duquette handles the trade deadline this year. For as long as I can remember, the O’s have been sellers come the end of July, but this year they look to be active buyers. Zack Greinke has been mentioned, but the main question is, “what is the asking price for a pitcher of that caliber?” No matter how you slice it, things are finally interesting in Baltimore!

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Circus: Students at Charm City Movement Art shape up without trying CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

tightwire intro class. A tightwire, as the name implies, is simply a thin, tight wire on which circus performers balance and perform movements. According to Saben, students see the tightwire and say, “I’ll never be able to do this.” “And then they juggle and do the tightwire,” Saben says. “Anybody can do it if they want to do it.” CCMA typically attracts students who

They get much stronger and more confident. They lose weight, they have more body awareness, and they make friends.

are not fitness freaks, but are interested in mastering an unusual and extraordinary

activity. Tightwire is particularly attractive, Saben says, “because it’s cool. They get bragging rights with their friends.” While fitness may not be the objective, the demanding activities have lots of positive side effects for the students who stick with it, she adds. “They get much stronger and much more confident,” Saben says. “They lose weight, they have more body awareness, and they make friends.” Many circus movements require “core strength” in a big way, according to Saben. The abdominal muscles must work very hard to keep the body in balance and working together as one unit. “A lot of students say, ‘I love what this class does for my abs,’” says Saben. While working 60 hour weeks, teaching classes, organizing schedules, and cleaning the bathrooms, Saben is still motivated to teach her body to do new movements that she can’t do now. But solving a mystery ends the mystery. “The thing is,” she says, “once you get it, you don’t need it anymore.” And then you go on to something else.

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Students at Charm City Movement Art practice their tightwire skills. They are, clockwise from top right, Shannon Egan, Jerry Cook, Danielle German, and Lisa Arrasmith. Charm City Movement Art is on the web at www.charmcitymovement.com.

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THE BALTIMORE GUIDE will not knowingly accept ads that contain false or misleading information. However, since The Baltimore Guide cannot be held responsible for misrepresentations contained in advertising we strongly recommend that consumers fully investigate claims prior to purchase or contract. Some ads may require investment or request money to be sent.

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call: 443-621-7040 Licensed & Insured

MDDC Press works with fellow press associations across the country to give you the best possible buys on advertising wherever you need it. We take care of scheduling and placement at no extra cost to you, and you save time and money. Call Wanda Smith at ext. 6 today.

Press Service 2000 Capital Drive, Annapolis, MD 21401

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Call 410-732-6600 to Advertise!

SUMMER SPECIAL - Roof Top Decks! Great views – Great Parties! (Offer ends June 30, 2012)

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Fully Licensed, Insured & Bonded

Services Include: • Brick & Stone Repair • Porches • Steps • Sidewalks • Wall Repointing • Chimney/Fireplace Repair

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CUSTOM CONTRACTOR UNLIMITED

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EVERD ROOFING INC. Free Estimates/FHA Certs/Senior Discounts/ Emergency Service

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General Home Improvements Skylites/Gutters/Siding

3141 Elliott Street Baltimore, Maryland 21224

MHIC# 32741

We Now Accept

410-522-0177

Serving Canton, Fell’s Point, Federal Hill & Highlandtown for over 30 years www.handsonpainters.com 410-242-1737 PA I N T I N G S E R V I C E THE BEST QUALITY PAINTING Interior/Exterior Starting at: Rooms - $175 • Windows - $35 Work Done by Owners Licensed in MD for 30 years

Chris & Mike Levero Bonded & Insured

Free Estimates FIVE STAR HOME SERVICE

410-661-4050 www.fivestarmaryland.com

MHIC# 10138

D&R

Painting

• Painting (Interior & Exterior) FREE Estimates • Sheet Rock Reasonable • Light Carpentry Rates Senior • Pressure Wash & Coat Decks Discount

150

Rooms $ Painted for

Rooms up to 9’x10’ Materials not included per room Minimum 2 rooms

Licensed

443-831-7340 (cell) 410-477-5079 (office)

EASTWOOD ROOFERS All Types of Rubber Roofs New Hot Asphalt Roofs Hot Tar Coatings ALL TYPES OF ROOFING GUTTERS, SKYLIGHTS & ROOF CERTS. ALUMINUM COATINGS & MORE

FREE ESTIMATES In Business 42 years Senior Discount • Emer. Repairs

BOB’S GUTTER SERVICE! Expert cleaning & repairs! Guards installed, handyman. AVERSA BROTHERS inc. Same day. All areas! Low Driveways, sidewalks, patios, all types of concrete construcRates. 410-750-1605 tion. MHIC#50286. Call now: 410-933-9633/ 868-9643 1AAA ABC Attics, Bsmt, Garage, Yards. 20 yrs of honest hauling. Same Day. Call Mike: 410-446-1163 ABM’S HAULING Clean Houses Basements, Yards & Attics Haul free unwanted cars Match Any Price!!!! 443250-6703 HAUL AWAY We Haul Any Type Of Junk Bonded & Insured 410-526-6000 www. haulawaymd.com

More FREE Classifieds at www.baltimoreguide.com 410-633-4552 License #1595 Eastwood Stop-Leak

COMPLETE LANDSCAPING Bushes, Hedges trimmed. Jungles cleared, etc. Joe 443904-5162, 410-485-9568

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Marketplace

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SERVICES

CONCRETE & MASONRY SPECIALISTS Luciano Cristofaro Contractors, Inc. (Since 1976)

� Driveways

� Masonry Work

� Patio � Porches � Sidewalks

� Design/Build Free Estimates - MHIC #7875

410-276-3287

We do not subcontract. We do our own work!

A-1 Roof and Gutter

35 years Experience Free Estimates Licensed and Insured

� Additions

� Stucco

Free Estimates

GUTTERS-ROOFING SIDING-WINDOWS DECKING-SUNROOMS

� Basement � Footings

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Gutter Repairs, Guards & Cleaning One call does it ALL!! 30 years exp. Same day service Emergency Service

Green Thumb

1 Cut FREE - Will Beat any Price! Mowing, Mulching, Patios!!!

For every 6 yards of mulch receive one for FREE. 443-895-1176 Mhic#64323

410-442-4443

EMPLOYMENT

MANAGEMENT INTERVIEWS Royal Farms is now accepting applications for our

Store Leadership Training Program (Must possess 3 years of management experience)

Please join us for our open house on July 24, 2012 • 10:00am - 2:00pm At the Royal Farms on 1440 Key Hwy. Baltimore, Md. 21230 Apply online via our website www.RoyalFarms.com M/F/M EOE

Careers that make a difference. erence.

JOB FAIR Monday, July 16, 2012, 1:00-3:00pm Oak Crest HR Lobby 8820 Walther Blvd. • Parkville, MD 21234 Current Openings: • Home Support Aides/CNA (Flex) Qualifications: Must have a CNA or CNA/GNA Certification in Maryland; at least one year of work-related experience; CPR is required.

For more information, visit EricksonLiving.com/careers Job Line: 1-855-ELM/JOBS EOE

BEFORE/AFTER School staff Sparks/Hereford/Phoenix. PT. M-F, 7-9a /2-6p, beg 8/12. 410-296-4880, x107. www. playcenters.org/nepp CUSTOMER SERVICE Fortune 500 Looking to add 12 Customer Relations Reps Immediate StartPaid Weekly plus Bonus Opportunities Avg $975/wkNo Experience NecessaryCall Today 866-301-2585 CUSTOMER SERVICE SALES ASSISTANT/ Personal Assistant. English Speaking employee with strong communication skills. $750 weekly. Email resume to hillary.mayell121@ gmail.com

DRIVERS CDL A ROUTE DELIVERY DRIVERS-ABERDEEN $3,000 SIGN ON BONUS (limited time) 1-2 day routes, 4-5 day work week Delivering Products to Restaurants $55K AVG 1st yr - $60K AVG 2nd yr 1 yr TT exp - Wkly home time On site HIRING EVENT: JULY 1113 9am-2pm; 1100 Hardees Dr

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ADVERTISE YOUR NEXT AUCTION in 106 Maryland, Delaware and DC newspapers for one low cost of $495. Your 25 word classified ad reaches over 4.2 million regional and local readers. For more information call Wanda at 1-855-721-6332 x6 with the Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association

Be Wise, Advertise. 410-732-6600


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SERVICE DIRECTORY

Quality, Local Businesses dedicated to improving our community AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR

EXTERMINATOR

CONCRETE

Bob McNeill

SERVICING THE CANTON AREA FOR OVER 20 YEARS

NICHOLAS

FLEET STREET SHELL

601 S. Luzerne Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

410-675-4338 5.00 off

• MD State Inspections $ • MD Emissions Test Repairs • Factory Scheduled Maintenance Premium 3000 Mile Maintenance • Foreign and Domestic Vehicles Service • Computer Diagnostic Specialist with this coupon • Road Service & Towing Available

CONCRETE SpECIALIST

410 - 327- 9190

sidewalks • driveways • patios

RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL

www.concretemanofmd.com concretemanofmd@aol.com

Licensed & Insured Since 1973

Termite & Pest Control

BED BUGS

MDA#26036

(Las Chinches)

Serving Baltimore City & County

& TERMITES are back!

Bed Bug Control

410-558-0315 www.allpest.com

HOME IMPROVEMENT

HOUSE CLEANING

G.C. Home

Improvements,Inc.

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR

Residential & Commercial Cleaning

Additions • Bathrooms • Painting • Basements • Siding • Doors • Windows FOR ALL IMPROVEMENTS

Insured & Bonded

Established since 1995

FREE Estimates

(410)315-8590 (410) 292-3565

$20 off Second Cleaning

410-522-4928 Raylene or 410-916-2971 Dot

MHIC#45097 • Insured Affordable Prices • Free Estimate

PLUMBING

ROOFING $$$$$$$$$$$$$ Senior Discount

Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc

Quality at a Fair Price

410-327-8670 Boiler Specialist

• Repair/replace sewer water lines • County sewer hookup • Water Heaters • Sump Pumps • Toilet, sink disposal repair All Plumbing Repairs • Large or Small

Serving East Baltimore Since 1978

We provide Termite Control and Certification & Do-It-Yourself Chemicals

4009 Eastern Ave. MHIC#10318 • BLDG CONTR#4766 MDA#454

PLUMBING

Moppin Mommas Inc.

L.G.Ellinghaus Md St 2446/ B.Co. 8A

MHIC #9864

Pest Control 410-327-1386

Visa, Mastercard, and Discover accepted

Stilwell Plumbing

10% OFF with this ad

Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Specialist

Reasonable Rates Fast Service

24 Hour Emergency Service

Free Phone Estimates Residential and Commercial

410-285-5351 Master Plumber: Carl Stilwell Lic #18002

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Advertise your business in The Baltimore Guide’s

IRECTORY SERVICE D FEATURING

Baltimore’s Best Service Professionals Call today!

410-732-6600

Tom Allen Home Services efficient, reliable, honest

General Household Repairs

410-344-7762

www.tomallenhomeservices.com licensed and insured

mHIC#125297

Thank You Baltimore! For voting us your Favorite Handyman 2 years in a row

UPHOLSTERY

Jim Bush Plumbing Senior Discounts

24 Hour

Emergency Service

Plumbing • Heating Bathroom & Kitchen Remodeling • Waterproofing Drain Cleaned

410-644-1399 WATERPROOFING

Herman Rossmark

FOR THREE GENERATIONS

Lakewood

ALWAYS WATERPROOFING

Residential & Commercial

RE-UPHOLSTERY CO. 2512 Fait Ave.

1-888-339-0660

Quality Work—Compare our Prices

We Will Beat Any Professional Written Estimate!

ROOFING INC

Roofing • Spouting • Skylights • Chimneys • Siding • Painting • Glass Block Windows • Deck Tops • Railings

FREE ESTIMATES

410-675-5440 MHIC# 1448

• Work Guaranteed • Free Estimate

Foam Rubber FOAM RUBBER Cushions CUSHIONS Custom CUT TOMade SIZE

Call 410-276-6116 or 410-426-8007 George Markiewicz - Manager

Let’s build a

BRIGHTER Baltimore.

We can build a stronger local economy and create more opportunities for growth and change in our community by supporting our local Home Improvement Businesses and Services. When you patronize a local business, you are investing in a brighter environment and future for the community you live in, and that’s something we all can believe in!

Sump Pumps • Drainage Lines Water Removal Window Well Drains Structural Repairs Downspout Lead Offs Rubber Membrane Walls

Concrete/ Crawlspace Basement Digouts Mold Remediation

FREE ESTIMATE


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The Baltimore Guide - July 11, 2012  
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