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February 2012
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Choice Neighborhoods
Please join us for the first of three public workshops to gain community input on the core themes of the Choice Neighborhoods planning initiative: People, Housing and Neighborhoods.
This is a major professional planning effort to shape the future of Midtown's west side being conducted by Midtown Development Corporation via Jubilee Baltimore.
SAVE THE DATE:

SPRING TOWN HALL MEETING 
Midtown Community Benefits District 
Wednesday March 28, 2012 - 7:00pm
UB's Business Center Auditorium 11
11 W. Mt Royal Ave.

 

JOIN THE BALTIMORE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR

OUR COMMUNITY . . . YOUR HEALTH:

A NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING

Tuesday, March 6th, 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Enoch Pratt Central Library-Wheeler Auditorium

1000 Cathedral Street

Special Guest: City Councilman William Cole

A community meeting with Commissioner of Health

Dr. Oxiris Barbot and senior staff.

At this meeting we will:

  • Present your 2011 Neighborhood Health profile data
  • Listen to your concerns and ideas for change
  • Discuss opportunities for working together to improve health
  • Share health education materials.

Our New Website:

MidtownBaltimore.org

  •  Discover 4 Great Baltimore Neighborhoods
    • BOLTON HILL-CHARLES NORTH-MADISON PARK-MOUNT VERNON
  • Directory of Midtown's terrific merchants, restaurants, theaters, clubs and cultural Institutions
  • Local Hot Deals, Coupons, Special Discounts, Gift Certificates
  • Midtown Community Benefits District info 
Historic Tax Credit Workshop
Tuesday, February 21, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Baltimore Heritage, 11 1/2 West Chase Street
 
Thinking about a home renovation project? If you're working on your historic house, you may be eligible for the Maryland Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit program, which offers incentives for home-owners in designated historic districts across the city. Join Baltimore Heritage for this historic tax credit workshop and get an introduction to the State and City tax credit. For more information, contact Eli Pousson at pousson@baltimoreheritage.org or 301-204-3337. RSVP today!
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Washignton Monument

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Service@midtowncommunity.org

 

Spot some trash ograffiti?

Snap a photo on your smartphone and email it to us. Just add the location address!

 

 

 

 

Are Your Street Trees 
Decorated with Plastic 
Bags?  
Call us at 410 528-1512 
or email: 
 

 

Presidents Day  Monday February 20 
  • There will be NO BULK TRASH collection scheduled.
  • All Citizen Convenience Centers WILL BE CLOSED including Quarantine Road Landfill.
  • All City buildings WILL BE CLOSED with the exception of Police Headquarters.
  • Citizens will be unable to access city offices for bill payments or permits. Some bills can be paid online. Please visit www.baltimorecity.gov.
  • Parking meters WILL be in effect. 
 

 

Clean Community Competition

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Department of Public Works challenge Baltimore City communities to get back to basics and join in tackling sanitation challenges block by block. All official community associations are invited to participate in this friendly competition.
 
Communities will be judged on a variety of categories. Keep a scrap book for the judges, documenting your hard work and showing off your great results! Winning communities will receive cash prizes to benefit their community association and activities.
 
The competition kicks off April 21 and runs through October 19. Winning communities will be announced at the Mayor's Fall Clean Up on Saturday, October 27. Registration is required and ends April 9. Call 311 for more information or to register.
Peter Merles, Executive Director
Midtown Community Benefits District
Phone: 410 528-1512  Fax:410 468-0129
www. MidtownBaltimore.org
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