Baltimore City is providing grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) Monday-Friday, March 23-27. The city is also distributing meals for families at select Housing Authority of Baltimore City sites for those communities’ residents only. Sites are listed below with meal type and time.

Notice regarding 32nd Street Open Space

As we all know, the Abell Open Space is a community treasure and can serve as a great outlet for stir crazy kids and adults at this time. The Open Space is also a Baltimore City Park. Therefore, we must observe any directives from Baltimore City Recreation & Parks regarding City parks. The latest directive from BCRP states: To prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Baltimore City Recreation and Parks has closed all high congestion, traffic and use areas such as courts (tennis, bocce, basketball, etc.), pavilions and playgrounds until further notice. At this time, local parks, trails and open space remain accessible while practicing social distancing - at least 6 feet apart at all time

Neighborhood walks postponed

Regretfully, the Abell Walk scheduled to restart on Tuesday, March 17, will not take place and future dates are in limbo. Pending future developments, we will post updates regarding resumption of the walks. #neighborhoodwalk #safety

Kitty's Lounge - protest renewal of liquor license?

Dear neighbors, Neighborhood residents have brought to my attention that there is some support to protest the renewal of the liquor license for the business known as Kitty's Lounge, a bar and package store located at 3208 Greenmount Avenue. Kitty's Lounge is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. The executive committee of Abell Improvement Association will discuss protesting the license renewal at the next meeting, Saturday, March 14, 9:30, at 3212 Abell Ave. Do you have an opinion? We must file a protest by March 31st if we want the license to expire on April 30th. I am gathering information regarding past complaints. According to the Baltimore City Liquor License Board website (htt

Executive Committee Meeting - March 14, 2020

Dear neighbors, The executive committee of the Abell Improvement Association meets monthly. The next meeting is Saturday, March 14, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. at 3212 Abell Avenue. This is a public meeting. Tentative Agenda 1. Surveillance cameras -- installation stopped at 3 locations in Abell 2. Kitty's Lounge, 3208 Greenmount -- oppose renewal of liquor license? 3. Report from treasurer 4. Spruce up grant, open space plans, memorial plaque 5. Movies in open space -- schedule and equipment needs -- Phil Davis 6. Emergency preparedness -- block captains? (Membership) 7. Welcome packets for new neighbors? (Membership) 8. Report from subcommittees Maureen Daly If you have a question about this meetin

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