Bryn Mawr and Gilman have each agreed to pay $350,000 to Baltimore to pay for improvements along Northern Parkway and Roland Avenue, which intersect near the two Roland Park schools.
According to the Baltimore Sun, the schools will “maintain the improvements that fall in the public right-of-ways on Northern Parkway between Roland Avenue and Boxhill Lane, and on Roland Avenue between Northern Parkway and Cold Spring Lane.”
This is not the first time the schools have helped pay for improvements along the streets bordering the schools. In early the 2000s, BMS and Gilman joined forces to pay for the bridge across Northern Parkway after a BMS student was struck by a driver while she was running across Northern Parkway. The bridge opened in 2002.
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