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Councilman Marks: Ramps for disabled to be built at Carlisle Avenue

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Friday afternoon that new ramps for the disabled will be built at the northeastern and northwestern corners of Carlisle Avenue and Ebenezer Road in Perry Hall/Nottingham (21236).

The request was made by a representative of the Silver Ridge Condominium Association, which includes many seniors.

Construction on the ramps is expected to take place this summer.

“I would like to thank the Baltimore County Department of Public Works for approving this request,” said Councilman Marks. “This is one of several improvements to improve the Ebenezer Road corridor. Pedestrian crosswalks were built in 2016 at Perry Hall Middle and Perry Hall High Schools.”

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