Learn about CHAP!

What Does It Mean to Become A Historically Designated District? What is CHAP and How Does It Impact You as a Property Owner?

FHNA will host representatives at our general meeting on February 16th to discuss the CHAP process and its implications. CHAP is the key item on the agenda, and we will allow as much time as we need to get all your questions answered.

For those members who can’t make the 3rd Tuesday meeting, we are hosting the same group of experts at our February 10th board meeting. CHAP will again be the key topic, and we will devote all the time we need to ensure accurate information is disseminated. If you can’t make the meeting on the 16th, please join us for the board meeting. All Federal Hill Residents are invited!

General Meeting                                                               Board Meeting

Date: 2/16/16                                                                     Date: 2/10/16

Time: 7 PM                                                                        Time: 7:15 PM

Location: Christ Lutheran Church                                Location: 1011 Light

Meet the Candidates!

On Thursday, February 11th at 7 PM,  the National Federation of the Blind, the League of Women Voters and the Baltimore Peninsula Neighborhood Associations are hosting a “Meet the District 11 Candidates” Forum at the National Federation of the Blind, 200 East Wells.


BLLC Town Hall Meeting on January 20th

Attend the BLLC First Town Hall of 2016


The Baltimore City Liquor Board is proud to announce that it will host a series of Town Hall style meetings in various parts of the City throughout 2016. The Board will hold its first town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 7:00pm – 8:00pm. This meeting will be held at the Southeast Anchor Library at 3601 Eastern Avenue. Topics of discussion will include recent revisions and issuance of new Rules and Regulations for the agency, new administrative board policies, and a questions and comment segment. January’s meeting will kick off the Board’s year-long initiative to engage citizens concerning Liquor Board issues that have a direct impact in their neighborhoods. In order to reach the greatest number of citizens, the Board and key staff will be attending Community Relations Councils, community groups and associations, and other meetings during 2016 at throughout the City. The board will hold remaining Town Hall meetings in libraries and other public facilities throughout the City of Baltimore. “As an active small businessman and resident of the Highlandtown community for my entire life, I know firsthand the importance of listening to the community,” stated Chairman Benjamin Neil, Esq. Neil also stated that, “Since our hearings are held during the day at City Hall most City residents don’t get an opportunity to engage the Board. Through this initiative citizens have the opportunity to ask us questions and provide us their input on important liquor related issues that affect their communities.” BENJAMIN NEIL, Esq. Chairman Commissioners Elizabeth Hafey, Esq. DOUGLAS TROTTER Alternate Harvey Jones Michelle Bailey-Hedgepeth Executive Secretary Thomas R. Akras, Esq. Deputy Executive Secretary State of Maryland Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City 231 E. Baltimore Street, 6th Floor Baltimore, Maryland, 21202-3258 Phone: (410) 396-4377 Fax: (410) 396-4382 Commissioner Douglas Trotter added that, “the Board would like to govern this agency in an open and transparent manner to ensure compliance with the law and accountability to the public.” All events attended by the Board or BLLC staff members will be posted on the BLLC’s website in advance of each event. “These meetings will provide us opportunities to engage, listen for concerns, and inform residents of the changes being made at the agency,” stated Commissioner Elizabeth Hafey, Esq. The Board is encouraging community leaders to contact staff with meeting dates and events so that agency can send a representative out and interested parties who seek more information on this process can contact Thomas R. Akras, Deputy Executive Secretary at (410) 396-4385.

Attend the first town Hall of the year!

Important Meeting on the Future of Rash Field, Jan. 6 at 6 pm

The Waterfront Partnership is holding an important meeting about Rash Field and seeks community input. Here’s the message from them:
We are seeking community input that will inform and guide the redesign of Rash Field. Our broad-based community engagement efforts will include a survey, public meetings, a series of focus group workshops, and social media. Get involved and let your voice be heard – join us for our first public meeting on January 6th at 6pm at the Maryland Science Center!

For more information: http://baltimorewaterfront.com/?s=rash+field

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