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The Baltimore Police Department is in the process of developing a strategic plan. To be effective, this plan must be based on the needs and concerns of the Baltimore Community. Please take a few minutes to share your perspectives including your perceptions of safety, the importance and your satisfaction with current police services, and your perceptions of the Police Department.
The FHNA Board of Directors is calling a “special meeting” of FHNA neighbors, per Article V Section 7 of the FHNA Bylaws. The Board is giving ten days notice that the special meeting will be on Thursday, December 12th, at 7pm, at Christ Lutheran Church, in Room 216 (go up the stairs, and head to the right at the top of the stairs).
Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) will be holding an open house on Wed, Dec 04th, from 6pm – 8pm, at the Maryland Science Center, on the 1st floor. Neighbors are invited to check out the revised plans and ask DOT Officials questions. The revised plans should be a marked improvement, including a new traffic light at William Street and Key Highway, safer pedestrian access at the intersection of Key Highway and Light Street, and the modification from a proposed circle to a more efficient intersection.