The Reisterstown Improvement Association’s wheels continue to turn as it works to beautify Main Street and expand the uses of historic buildings.
The group met on Tuesday, Sept. 20, and discussed several developments:
- More “Welcome to Main Street” banners are on the way.
- RIA President Glenn Barnes is actively pursing getting public parking on Main Street. He most recently wrote a letter to Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Joe Hairston about parcels near the Chatsworth School and Franklin Elementary School.
- Barnes and other representatives of the RIA will meet with Baltimore County officials to discuss a pilot program that would cover properties from Glyndon Drive to Cockeys Mill Road. The program would try to expand uses of historic buildings along Main Street.
- The RIA is officially a 501(c)3.
The Reisterstown Improvement Association meets again on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Long & Foster office at 321 Main Street.