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Randy Howell

Reservoir Hill Improvement Council

HQ Phone:  (410) 225-7547

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Reservoir Hill Improvement Council

2001 Park Ave.

Baltimore, Maryland,21217

United States

Company Description

Reservoir Hill Improvement Council (RHIC) is an umbrella association whose roots date from the late 1970's. We partner with government agencies, commercial enterprises, non-profit organizations, and public institutions to develop and implement programs and pub...more

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Randy Howell
"This neighborhood is a place where you can make the change within your self, in your neighborhood, by rolling up your sleeves." Randy Howell Randy Howell, 51, lives on Reservoir Street in Reservoir Hill, Baltimore. He purchased his home in 2000, but, as he'll tell you, he was not a newcomer to the neighborhood. Randy is the unofficial neighborhood handyman, always showing up with some extra tools or just a truck bed to haul materials. Most recently, Randy has joined other residents who have been teaching themselves to run a Bobcat excavator as part of a Reservoir Hill Improvement Council Green Team initiative to convert the vacant block across from Whitelock Community Farm into a community park. After watching the video, the full text of the interview can be viewed on the MIT CoLab site that contracted for the interviews under Randy Howell.


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