Join Waverly Improvement Association on Tuesday, June 6th from 6:30-8:30 pm for our next General Meeting. The meeting location Waverly Elementary Middle School (3400 Ellerslie Road). All are invited, including owners, renters, prospective residents, and kids under adult supervision. Hear updates on
There has been a change in Waverly Improvement Association’s contact email. Going forward, please send all email correspondence for Co-Presidents Natalya Brusilovsky and T.C. Greene to president @ waverlyimprovement.org.
Note: If reading from the home page, click “Read More” to be able to click on the link. Below is the link to download the PDF of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between Domingo Kim, the owner of the Stadium
Note: If reading from the home page, click “Read More” to be able to click on the link. Below is the link to download a PDF copy of the WIA’s official position letter regarding the MTA’s BaltimoreLink system. Waverly Improvement Association
Join the Waverly community for a trash cleanup and pizza lunch discussion about the future of the neighborhood! Meet at the Waverly Elementary/Middle School (3400 Ellerslie Ave, Baltimore, MD 21218) at 11 am. The clean-up will last until 2 pm.
MTA’s finalized BaltimoreLink plan has been released and education events have been announced. One is scheduled for May 1, 2017 at the Waverly Library from 5 PM until 7 PM: http://baltimorelink.com/get-info “BaltimoreLink Travel Training is Coming to a Community Near You!
Neighbors in Baltimore can join a co-op with the help of MD SUN to make it easer to save money on the purchase or lease of solar panels. Join MD Sun for an information session at 2640 Space to learn
The Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition is currently working on designs for a community trail along E. 33rd Street to connect Lake Montebello, Charles Village and the neighborhoods in between. A public meeting will be held on April 25, 2017 at
Update on the Maryland Transit Administration’s BaltimoreLink Plan: The BaltimoreLink plan is to be fully implemented on Sunday, June 18, 2017 according to a countdown timer found on the MTA website: https://mta.maryland.gov/ A Final Draft of the BaltimoreLink Plan is expected
A group called the Rails to Trails Conservancy has proposed a major change to East 33rd Street between Lake Montebello to Charles Street. There are two alternatives being proposed where only one will be ultimately chosen. Alternative One: A mixed-use