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FPRA March Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Cliff Ransom
49:56
May I ask a question?
Neil Tabor
52:35
Bond Street is zoned B1
Cliff Ransom
54:25
David Martz: unless our litigation is successful in another case, you may find that CHAP feels no obligation to inform the neighborhood of meetings. It holds secret meetings with developers
Courtney Capute
54:35
can FPRA post the plans for further review
Jonathon Rowland
55:42
Hi Courtney. We will request them and share
Khashy Varzandeh
56:12
How can Bond Street homeowners share their contact info with the developers?
Kate Simms
56:37
I can pass along the contact to both groups.
Maggie Master
57:43
I believe it’s anything over four units, Ginny
Maggie Master
58:00
So this should still qualify
Khashy Varzandeh
58:46
Thanks, Kate.
ginny lawhorn
58:46
Thank you, Maggie!
Matt Achhammer
01:03:21
Good Evening! Matt Achhammer Community Liaison for the Liquor Board matt.achhammer@baltimorecity.gov Cell: 410-241-6525 (Call or Text) --- Licensed liquor establishment complaints – Use 311 (online/app recommended).February Community Connection Newsletter: https://bit.ly/3GUHcul
Kuo Pao Lian
01:03:31
Thank you so much for the comments! Signing off!
Matthew Akman
01:04:20
Hey guys I have to run to a meeting, but anyone who wants to chat further about this feel free to email me anytime at makman@akmanlegal.com - look forward to discussing, thanks
Josh Adlin
01:21:17
where does the increased parking revenue go — is it directed to the impacted neighborhood?
Courtney Capute
01:27:45
It would be helpful to see those plans. Thank you.
Kate Simms
01:31:23
Courtney, which plans?
Courtney Capute
01:33:00
Scarlett Seed (as well as S. Bond St). Thank you.
Khashy Varzandeh
01:37:23
move on!
Cliff Ransom
01:38:56
Cliff@ransomresearch.com or 410-522-0061