A Duo of City-Owned Blight: 3624 and 3622 Lucille Avenue

Property Address:  3624 and 3622 Lucille Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215

Property Owner:  Mayor and City Council, 417 E Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

City Council District and Contact:  District 6, Sharon Green Middleton

State Senator:  Lisa Gladden

State Delegates:  Jill Carter, Nathaniel Oaks, Samuel Rosenberg

3624 and 3622 Lucille Avenue

3624 and 3622 Lucille Avenue




  1. Mc Raymond Norrington

    4600 Pimlico Rd has been abandoned & vacant for over 10 years. Owned by mayor and city council. District 6; Council person S. Green Middleton: Property is full of “RATS”. I own 3 properties in the 4500 blk.of Pimlico Rd. & have received citations for “RATS & RAT HOLES on my property. I have had 2 tenants move because “RATS have gotten into their homes or damaged their cars. Please tell me what can I do about 4600 Pimlico Rd ?

    • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

      You can file a 311 complaint with the city — or ask your city councilwoman to help. But if your properties were secure, the rats wouldn’t be able to get into the homes.

  2. Henry Nelson

    There was a time these addresses were top flight! What happened? As I look at my city I wonder what the heck has happened to my birth place? I viisted the city recently nad realized Baltimore is slowly dieing. I do not have an answer I just want my city back. herer are the jobs the politicos promise at election time. The police have their hands full now with baby sitting other peoples children and so crime goes up. I am just a little frustrated. This is someone that was born and raised in East Baltimore.
    We need help now1

    • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

      Mr. Nelson, I couldn’t agree with you more. Our city is sounding the death bells, and it’s being done at the hands of the very people we’re supposed to trust to make things better — our elected officials, some of our churches and nonprofits, and others. We must stand together against these folks and let them know we’re taking back the city, one neighborhood at a time.

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