Upper Fells Point
Summary: Audio of the Upper Fells Point Improvement Association monthly meetings.
We hear from the parking authority about residential parking permits, and get committee reports.
September 2018 Meeting
We hear from the Corner Theater, Joe is elected parlimentarian, and we hear committee reports.
The Water Taxi came to talk about their open house rides that they are doing this Thursday. More information https://m.facebook.com/events/1694580670610626?__referral_info_referrer_type=page&__referral_info_mechanism=unknown Brooke Lierman came to talk about the session from earlier this year and took some questions. Lisa from beautification talked about the dumpster day, and the trees that are going into the neighborhood. Jan talked about the results of the rooftop ramble, the bee night coming up, and the night out to the Fells Point Corner Theater. Jeff from land use talked about Water For Chocolate's request to expand. Janelle talked about the upcoming national night out. Also, we are collecting pictures of illegal truck traffic. I talked about the effort to get participatory budgeting on the ballot this November. Dahlak (former Arcos) are opening on June 29. Beer and crab garden and movies on Mondays. 129 s Broadway. Gabriel gave updates from Shannon Snead's office. The author of the I Love Humans podcast came to talk about his podcast. It is a hyper local podcast about southeast Baltimore. https://pca.st/i9h2 Larry Nunley, community liaison from the Department of Public Works came by to talk to us. He asks that if you contact him, please call 311 first to get a confirmation number first. He said he will help get things done that might not be happening fast enough, or emergencies. email@example.com. 443.534.0574 Call, text, email
Suzy Kramer from the Audubon comes to talk about the work they are doing in the area Nate Preddle (Planning Consultant) and Dan Haigen (Owner) talk about the work that is being done at 1924-28 E Pratt St Dan Johnson is elected treasurer I stammer through an explaination of the effort underway to get street sweeping on select blocks in the area. Lisa from Beautification talks about the Regester beautification project Janelle from saftey talks about her effort to combat illegal truck traffic. She also talked about the first meeting of the safety committee. Jeff May, land use, introduced the new catering/carry out at 219 Broadway Jan talked about the Garden Ramble that is next month (get your tickets now!) Finally, Thiru Vignarajah - State's Attorney's Office candidate - came to introduce himself.
Parts of the meeting did not record properly. We are still working this out.
Voting on the insurance provision in the bylaws, updating the voting rules, and getting updates from each of the committees.
Each of the committees talk about what their plans for the year, and the amount of money they will ask for in March. The Mayor's office also has a representative come to answer questions.