Flag Me Campaign
In preparation for the bicentennial celebration this September, SBNA is launching our Flag Me Campaign. Residents in South Baltimore will have an opportunity to purchase an American Flag and have the flag bracket installed. This is a great way to showcase our neighborhood and support the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
Take advantage of this opportunity! Anyone interested needs to purchase your Flag Kit from Ace Hardware ($11.99). Installation costs are covered by donations from Domino Sugar and will be completed by a local contractor, Building Character by MK.
For questions or comments, please contact Amy Mutch at firstname.lastname@example.org We will be passing around flyers that will have directions for submitting a form to have this flag installed as well. The form is below:
Flag Me Campaign
Directions once you receive the form:
1. Purchase the Flag Kit ($11.99) from Ace Hardware
2. Drop off completed form and bracket to: 114 W. Ostend St.
3. Mark/Tape desired location for install (1st FLOOR ONLY)
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Riverside Park Summer Music Series
Second Sundays, 5-8pm
June 8th Sac Au Lait
July 13th Bumper Jacksons
August 10th Naked Blue
September 14th Speakers of the House
Join us at the gazebo to enjoy some sweet music in the park, sponsored by Domino Sugar.
New this year, a food truck and beer sales at every concert!
Casino meeting on Thursday (06/05) at 6pm at Montgomery Park.
From Dep’t of Planning: “As you know, the public will be weighing in on Thursday on short-term items for the master plan for casino area neighborhoods. This weighting of preferences is only one factor in priorities for the master plan, but it is very important to hear from the residents and small businesses about their priorities.
I hope you will encourage other members of your organization to attend the meeting at Montgomery Park at 6:00 p.m. I know there are a lot of meetings for everyone, but this one will be the last related to the master plan for a few months (though the LDC will be meeting in July). Please do your best to provide a robust turnout on Thursday. Thanks.”
Bull and Shrimp Roast
When: June 6th
Where: The Locust Point Knights of Columbus 1338 Hull Street
Tickets are $40 – contact EMM112977@aol.com
Bull Roast flyer COMMUNITY(1)
The proposed MOU covers the following changes to the existing Liv2Eat liquor license.
1. Re-authorizes the use of the rear outdoor patio space
a. This was a preexisting use and was not properly documented in the original transfer so it is being corrected at this time.
2. Removes 1 of 3 names currently listed on the license.
a. At the time of purchase the two owner /operators were not Baltimore City residents as required by law. They are now Baltimore City residents so the third name is being removed.
3. Addition of live entertainment.
a. The licensee has requested authorization for live entrainment inside and on the outside patio on Thursday 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Friday 5 PM – 11 PM, Saturday 5 PM – 11 PM
Please see the MOU below for additional details.
SBNA is in the middle of applying for the PNC Transformative Art Prize 2014, which is a grant that helps create destination art and welcomes people to our community. Since a median will be constructed at Wells and Hanover, we believe that this would be a great opportunity for us to welcome guests coming down Hanover and let them know they are entering our community. Please take a moment to provide your feedback at the following link…
Social Pub and Pie MOU:
UPDATED MOU (below)
RE: Social Pie and Pub, BLLC License Transfer
Date: Thursday, April 10, 2014 (pending approved MOU)
Action: MOU Complete (pending general membership approval)
Summary: The SBNA Liquor Advisory Committee has completed negations for a MOU with Social Pie and Pub’s new ownership. The MOU will be presented for approval during the April general member meeting.
(A vote may come up @ 3/11 General Membership Meeting. This is a liquor license transfer and the addition of outdoor seating.)
Please find the MOU below on which we will be voting at the February general membership meeting. It is identical to the proposal from the January general membership meeting, but with the addition of the following clause, based member feedback:
Security staff shall be provided Thursday through Saturday evenings and during all major events. Staff shall monitor capacity with the assistance of a “clicker” to count patrons’ ingress and egress from the business. Staff shall be required to present the “clicker” to a properly identified Baltimore City Police Officer upon request.