Tag Archives: Reservoir Hill

The new Baltimore trash cans- AKA This is why we can’t have nice things

From the Reservoir Hill email list: “Apparently, a neighbor has already had their new City garbage can disappear because it was left out back a few days beyond collection and I know the cans have disappeared in Bolton Hill. It … Continue reading

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What I witnessed at the Nick Mosby for Mayor of Baltimore announcement

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Heather Mizeur is the Ron Paul of the 2014 Maryland gubernatorial election

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Doug Gansler’s free ice cream

On Sunday I noticed a flyer that was left on my front door. It was a Doug Gansler political announcement. Doug Gansler is kicking off the Baltimore leg of his campaign for governor in Reservoir Hill on Tuesday evening. His … Continue reading

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Section 8 nightmare

The following did not take place in Baltimore, but anyone who has lived near a Section 8 tenant is familiar with such behavior. Not only are the tenants usually disasters, but the bureaucracy involved can be not worth it on … Continue reading

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Thoughts on gentrification from the New York Times

Sometimes the comment sections of articles can be better than the articles. I found the following comments left below this New York Times article.  May it happen soon in Reservoir Hill! “You know a neighborhood’s done a 180-turn when the … Continue reading

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The Sunday trashing of Whitelock street: Stop treating Reservoir Hill like a ghetto!

Whitelock street runs through the center of the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. It used to be the “main street” of the area. The shops are long gone, but recently some hard working residents have been involved in rehabbing the … Continue reading

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