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Bi-Monthly Newsletter | May 2017
2017 Midtown Baltimore Spring Town Hall Meeting Recap
Midtown Baltimore's 2017 Spring Town Hall Meeting was a huge success! Thank you to all those who came out. A special thank you to Mayor Catherine Pugh for coming by and speaking to the attendees!
 
During the event, attendees were able to get an up-close look at Midtown's new capital purchases including the rear end loader trash truck and our enclosed club cars. These purchases have positively changed the way Midtown operates, leading to increased productivity, efficiency and visibility! 
 
The proposed 2018 FY budget was also presented at the meeting. You can view it here.
 
See photos from the event below and check out more on our Facebook page:






Bolton Hill Tree Pruning Event Recap
On March 18th, Midtown Baltimore came out to lend a helping hand during the Bolton Hill tree pruning.
 
Thank you to David Nyweide for helping to organize the event! See a few pictures below then head over to our  Facebook page for more:




2017 Spring/Summer Greening Schedule

The 2017 Spring/Summer greening schedule has been release! View and download the weekly watering and cleaning schedules by using the links above and below!

Weed Warriors Training
Back in March, members of the Midtown Baltimore and  Blue Water Baltimore   crews came together for a  Tree Baltimore Weed Warriors training session. The teams learned about identifying invasive plants and proper removal.

Midtown Baltimore provides its clean and green team members with additional training and certifications so that they can use their newly acquired skills to help keep Midtown clean, green & safe!



Upcoming Events
  • May 13th - MRIA Stoop Party with a Purpose [MORE INFO]
  • May 16th - 100th Anniversary of Lafayette Statue Event [MORE INFO]
  • May 20th - Bolton Hill Tree Planting [MORE INFO]
  • June 3rd - Boltonstock 2017 [MORE INFO]
  • July 21st-23rd - Artscape [MORE INFO]
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The Midtown Community Benefits District is a citizen-run neighborhood advocacy and improvement group authorized by law in 1996 to provide security and sanitation services along with promotional activities for four communities: Bolton Hill, Charles North, Madison Park and Mount Vernon/Belvedere. Its efforts are funded by a taxpayer-approved property tax surcharge. Midtown was created by voter referendum in an effort to make our neighborhoods stronger, better places to live and work

 

Michelle Wirzberger, Esq. , Executive Director
Midtown Community Benefits District 
410 528-1512
410 468-0129 Fax