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History of the Overlea Neighborhood Virtual Presentation – January 11th, 7pm – View Details

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Many Thanks to Councilwoman Bevins

Thank you Councilwoman Bevins for your unending dedicated commitment to our neighborhood. It is with sincere thanks and gratitude that we acknowledge your hard work with local funding initiatives that will continue to put Overlea on the map.

The funding from Baltimore County for the Belair Road revitalization project, once completed, will attract new businesses and residents to the Overlea corridor. The funding for Holt Park will establish a unique Art park in Baltimore County. The funding for the Natural History Society of Maryland brings it closer to becoming The Natural History Museum of Maryland, a state-wide attraction. All three measures are critically important to the investment and growth of Overlea.

Over the years, Councilwoman Bevins has advocated for new sidewalks; raised school crosswalks; upgraded street lighting; the butterfly mural fence; renovation of the NHSM parking lot; establishment of the Overlea Commercial Revitalization District; stream restoration between E. Elm and Madeline Avenues; zoning of Kamenetz properties and green spaces; the GRAG grant; the Farmers Market; and so much more. We appreciate all she has done for Overlea during her tenure and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.

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