News & Newsletters
Calvert School Construction Begins
Construction work on the two Calvert School additions will begin on Monday, June 11th. The addition to the Lower School will take place on Canterbury Road, on the lot where the fraternity house used to stand. The Middle School addition will be constructed opposite the Head Master’s home. The Middle School project is scheduled to be completed in mid-March, 2013, and the Lower School mid-August, 2013. For more information, click here. To download the 2001 Restrictive Covenants between Calvert School and the TCNA click here. To download the 2008 Amendment to the 2001 Restrictive Covenants , click here.
Area 21 Residential Parking Renewal via the Internet
The Tuscany-Canterbury Neighborhood Association (TCNA) is pleased to announce the opening of the 2012-2013 On-line Residential Parking Program Application Season. Apply on-line starting May 20, 2012, and ending on June 22, 2012. Receive your stickers in the neighborhood on Tuesday, June 26, 20012 between 6:30-8:30 PM, prior to the TCNA meeting at Calvert Middle School. Questions? Call Meg Hyman, Area 21 Residential Parking Permit Representative, at 410-467-9986. For detailed Information, click here: area 21 flyer 2012.pdf
The latest Newsletter:
TCNA publishes three newsletters a year. Printed copies are distributed around the neighborhood by volunteers. Archived issues are available below. Adobe Reader is required for viewing.
Submissions to the newsletter are welcome.
News from Johns Hopkins
Neighborhood Matters is a newsletter that connects you to the Homewood campus of The Johns Hopkins University.
The Future of the Rotunda
For the latest update, click here: Rotunda Update.
Our Dear Friend
On October 18, 2011, our long-time friend, neighbor and TCNA Board member, Bill Eberhart, died after a long struggle with cancer. He and his wife Linda were once Co-Presidents of TCNA and at his death Bill was a valued TCNA Board member and Chair of the Traffic and Parking Committee. He had a long standing interest in urban parks and streams and he was a key member of the small group that recently launched the Friends of Stony Run Walking Path.