FPRA April Membership Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
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The board fence looks more appropriate and inviting for the house. This is not Jean Hepner's vision or legacy. Would you show us a picture of the addition to 1732? What will remain of the garden isn't big enough to rent out.
Please do not name it FELLS MARKET That is an insult. This is Fell's Point
Why do we need this?
Agreed, not thought to the neighbors. Disappointing,
Where will the trash go?
Preliminary hours can be adjusted? Weekends open until 9:00 p.m.? How long before that is adjusted?
It is not a shared courtyard. To call it such is an insult to the memory of Jean Hepner who founded the garden, and it is unbelievable that the Preservation Society would entertain such a thought.
What is different about this place? All you need to do is walk across the street. Sad
Sharing the plans with FPRA doesn't help after the fact because the meeting minutes never get posted to the website anymore
Everything will be shared with the entire membership. Including a recording of this zoom
Will previous recordings be available as well?
Zoom recordings of past meetings will also be posted. It has just taken some time to get it set up on the website. It will all be published this week
I believe the last minutes that were posted to the website were from November of 2020, but I could be wrong.
It is a shame that businesses are allowed to creep into the residential area of Fells Point. Linda Giovanni - 1730 Lancaster St.
No tables in the Robert Long Garden EVER!
It will be trashed in one weekend
Agreed. Not ever!
There you go folks! Creeping into the garden... I'm extremely disappointed in the preservation Society.
This sounds like an excellent addition to the neighborhood.
So, guests of your larger restaurant will also be able to enter through this Ann street entrance??
Glad to see a small produce market return to the neighborhood
Where does the trash dumpster go ?
Please tell me what is different about this place?
So you drag the trash cans through the garden?
Preservation society selling out the residents of this wonderful "historical" neighborhood with the trashing of the colonial garden.
My apologies, but the fire alarm in my apartment building is going off and I have to go outside. Thank you for your time this evening.
Great to see all of you. Thank you for having me!
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Sounds like they want to pull the garbage cans through the garden via the garden’s central walkway. Have I got that right?
@Bill False either Lancaster or Thames. They haven’t decided
So anyone who lives in an apartment below or including Eastern will now be able to get a permit?
Thank you! I am a row home resident on Fell Street, have been trying to get RPP for a few years, and would be very grateful to be able to have an area 16 permit.
This is a solution in search of a problem
If they decide to drag the garbage cans to Thames street, they must drag them through the garden. Yes? And that Sally port to Thames is very narrow I might add
No drag them through 1724 Thames then to Thames St the buildings connect
Thank you David!
Jonathon, treasurers report and table update. ? quick
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Thanks Mark! Excited about your candidacy!
Thanks Mark! Looking forward to hearing more about your vision.
Can we get some design standards? Thames Street looks like an abandoned FEMA camp.
Ginny Lawhorn - 410-869-6266 GinnyLawhorn@gmail.com
Ginny, love Friends & Family!
Agreed- Friends and Family is amazing!
Information for community service committee! https://www.fellspoint.org/april-2021
800 block of South Bond...let’s clean our block Saturday!!!
I think we can have some design standard and rigid approvals in place by the end of 2021. This summer will continue (probably) until standards are in place Q1 2022.
This Saturday, April 10, from 9:00AM-12:00PM, we invite you to participate in a cross-district community cleanup in Ellwood Park (meet at 3121 McElderry St) co-hosted by Councilmember Antonio Glover (District 13) and Councilmember Zeke Cohen (District 1). The cleanup is part of an effort to unite communities across the boundaries of City Council districts.Coffee and donuts/pastries will be provided at the start of the cleanup. Gloves, bags, and other cleanup supplies will also be provided. Students who participate can earn service learning hours. Volunteers are asked to wear a mask and, when possible, maintain physical distancing of six feet or more from others during the cleanup.You can RSVP for the cleanup through the Facebook event page below or by sending an email to Claire.Shibelski@baltimorecity.gov.Cleanup Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/186090206492716
The Fell’s Point Residents Association Community Service Initiative for the month of April is throwing its First “Baby Shower” . The collection will be held to benefit ShareBaby. Look for the Red Collection Wagon at the entrance to the Farmer’s Market from 9:00 AM to !2:00 PM on April 17th & April 24th. Chekout items needed on Community Service Page for April.
You can sign the petition online here!