Tagged: Maggie McIntosh

2124 Greenmount Avenue

Property Address: 2124 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218

Property Owner:  Gregory Melton and Glenford Foy, same address

City Council District and Contact:  District 12, Carl Stokes

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

This home was purchased from One House At A Time, the city’s receiver for vacant properties, for $10,000 in 2008. This home is once again a vacant eyesore.

2124 Greenmount Avenue

2124 Greenmount Avenue

 

2714 Mathews Street

Property Address: 2714 Mathews Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Property Owner: Freddukes Orwenyo, 10307 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20903

City Council District and Contact:  District 14, Mary Pat Clarke

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

There are no permits on file for this address.

2714 Mathews Street

2714 Mathews Street

City Owned Blight: 2717 Greenmount Avenue

Property Address: 2717 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218

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

City Council District and Contact:  District 14, Mary Pat Clarke

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

2717 Greenmount Avenue

2717 Greenmount Avenue

Many thanks again to Reader MS for the photo!

2711 Greenmount Avenue

Property Address: 2711 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218

Property Owner: John and Thelma Connor, 1100 E 20th Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

City Council District and Contact:  District 14, Mary Pat Clarke

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

2711 Greenmount Avenue

2711 Greenmount Avenue

Many thanks to Reader MS for the photo!

Something’s Fishy on Greenmount Avenue

Property Address: 2707 and 2709 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218

Property Owner (2707): Lee E. McDowell, 540 Aldino Stepney Road, Aberdeen, MD 21001

Property Owner (2709): Leroy and Michelle Hendricks, 4027 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218 (This property is currently in receivership, as of August 2014)

City Council District and Contact:  District 14, Mary Pat Clarke

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

2709 and 2707 Greenmount Avenue

2709 and 2707 Greenmount Avenue

Many thanks to Reader MS for the photo!

 

 

2854 Harford Road

Property Address:  2854 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21218

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

City Council District and Contact:  District 14, Mary Pat Clarke

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis Anderson, Mary Washington, Maggie McIntosh

Lead paint causes permanent neurological impairments in children who are exposed to it, leading to failing in school and also a much higher chance of moving into criminal behavior.  (Association of Prenatal and Childhood Blood Lead Concentrations with Criminal Arrests in Early Adulthood: John Paul Wright, Kim N Dietrich, M. Douglas Ris, Richard W Hornung, Stephanie D Wessel, Bruce P Lanphear, Mona Ho, Mary N Rae)

I think this beautifully illustrates that point…don’t you?

2854 Harford Road, Sorta

2854 Harford Road, Sorta

Closeup of Sorta's wheatpaste piece.

Closeup of Sorta’s wheatpaste piece.

 

4727 Old York Road

Property Address:  4727 Old York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212

Property Owner:  NB2 Business Trust, 5616 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215 (A Stanley Rochkind controlled entity)

Resident Agent for NB2 Business Trust:  Jack Novograd, same address.

City Council District and Contact:  District 4, Bill Henry

State Senator:  Joan Carter Conway

State Delegates:  Curtis AndersonMary WashingtonMaggie McIntosh

4727 Old York Road

4727 Old York Road

One of Baltimore’s most notorious slumlords and lead-paint violators, we’ve written about Stanley Rochkind and his many shell LLCs, business trusts, and corporations many times.  It’s a little unsettling to think he’s allowed to continue to do business in Baltimore City.