Special Election Information

On Thursday October 9th, Eric Costello resigned from his position as President of the FHNA so that he may concentrate on fulfilling his responsibilities as the Councilman for the 11th District. The Board of Directors met on 10/9 to review issues relevant to nominating an “acting” president and other issues of transition.

FHNA bylaws state under Article 111 Government, Section 7 Filling of Vacancies: In the case of any vacancy in the Board of Directors, including any officership, through death, resignation, disqualification, removal, or other cause, the remaining Directors, by affirmative vote of the majority thereof, shall appoint an interim successor to hold office until a replacement shall have been elected by the general membership. Said interim successor shall be referred to as an “acting” officer

By unanimous vote the Board elected Beth Whitmer as Acting President. [Read more...]

DPW’s Election Day Closures and Service Interruptions – Tuesday, November 4, 2014

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DPW’s Election Day Closures and Service Interruptions

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Makeup Trash and Recycling Day is Saturday, November 8 

BALTIMORE MD (October 27, 2014) Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., reminds residents that Election Day is a City holiday and that DPW offices will be closed Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

NO TRASH AND RECYCLING COLLECTIONS: There will be no curbside trash and recycling collections in Baltimore City. Makeup Trash and Recycling Day is Saturday, November 8 for those whose collections are on Tuesday. [Read more...]

Baltimore City DPW Leaf Collection Program

DPW Announces Start of Fall Leaf Collection Program
Residents Urged to Participate in Mayor’s Oct. 25 Fall Cleanup

 

BALTIMORE, MD (October 22, 2014— With the middle of autumn approaching, Baltimore City Department of Public Works Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., is urging Baltimore City residents to keep their curbs, alleys, and storm drains clear of leaves to prevent flooding.

“The City of Baltimore has implemented citywide street sweeping, but that is not enough to keep falling leaves from clogging the thousands of storm drain inlets throughout the City,” Director Chow said.

The Director also encouraged residents to participate in the Mayor’s annual Fall Cleanup — a citywide initiative that brings residents together to clean Baltimore’s neighborhoods. The Mayor’s Fall Cleanupwill take place on October 25. [Read more...]

NEIGHBORHOOD FALL CLEAN-UP DAY

Saturday October 25th
9AM-1PM

Dumpster Location: Corner of Warren and William

Robert Baker Park Volunteers Needed

On Saturday, October 25th the Mayor and City Council are sponsoring a clean-up day to assist us in ridding our abodes of unwanted articles and clutter, yard waste, basement collections and the like.  We will have a city dumpster at Warren and William (SE Corner) from 9am to 1pm.  Please remember, no hazardous like paint and solvents! (Hazardous items can be dropped off at Reedbird Avenue, along with old TVs, computers, etc.  We will have bags if you need them and as usual, the dumpster is FREE!

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