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FPRA September Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Capute, Courtney G.
36:26
what is the live entertainment component?
Barbara DiPietro
40:05
Can you repeat the date of the event?
Kate Simms
40:13
9/15
Barbara DiPietro
40:58
Thanks!
Rick Ancil
47:49
turn down your volume
Kate Simms
51:52
Jenn, can you put your question in chat.
Kimber Goodwin
51:57
I'm leaving - thank you everyone! :)
Kate Simms
53:12
Thank you Kimber
Nicole V
55:21
Steve/Grishelle: What do we do if we have received parking tickets even though we have a displayed sticker? We have received 2.
Liam Davis
56:21
Liam Davis from DOT as well.
Kim Stanbro
01:00:09
Aren’t the parklets that are taking the public spots also there because of the State of Emergency? If RPP goes back to pre-Covid signage, the residents also need parking assistance similarly.
Kim Stanbro
01:00:44
Businesses are back to 100% capacity indoor, right?
Capute, Courtney G.
01:00:56
Are the parklets here pursuant to action of the City Council or are they there because of a State of Emergency action. If pursuant to a state of emergency action, why is continuation of the parking treated differently than continuation of the parklets?
ginny lawhorn
01:02:21
I would like to speak on the Parklet program please.
Nicole V
01:07:17
Where can we see this proposal?
Kate Simms
01:07:50
The proposal was what we voted on several months ago.
Nicole V
01:08:02
I’ve emailed Steve twice and gotten no response.
Steve Robinson
01:08:36
443-573-2800
Steve Robinson
01:08:39
pabc
Anne Gummerson
01:12:05
Hi Kate, can you let us know the actual address to bring backpacks and supplies for refugees? thanks.
Capute, Courtney G.
01:16:31
I am assuming there a written statement from Mayor Young authorizing the parklets? if so, how do we get a copy?
Anne Gummerson
01:17:12
Its understood that the legal side of this will take time, etc. I just want to state that since the parklets make it very difficult for residents to park, the signs are/were one way to make it possible for us to park in the evening. It seems only fair to allow us to have this help in parking to make our lives as residents more reasonable.
david martz
01:17:25
Is that a possibility prior to the Permit expiring ?
Kim Stanbro
01:18:03
Hopefully parklets won’t need to be reimplemented in the spring if businesses remain at 100% capacity, correct? Because over 100% (indoor plus parklets) takes away even more parking with guests coming in. They are an emergency order but that’s passed.
LiamFD
01:18:33
Here's a link on the outdoor dining program:
LiamFD
01:18:36
https://transportation.baltimorecity.gov/Temporary-Outdoor-Dining-Program
david martz
01:21:26
I would like to address granting permits to street areas and taking up area 16 permit spaces. Does DOT legally have the right to take away those away from area 16 permit holders ?
Daniel Miller
01:22:55
I very much hope the parklets are not reauthorized and are removed asap. The businesses are unfairly benefitting at the residents expense.
ginny lawhorn
01:25:02
Duda’s also?
Daniel Miller
01:25:02
Bond St is another example
Nicole V
01:25:58
Black olive
Nicole V
01:26:57
Berthas
Kate Simms
01:27:20
Max;s
Nicole V
01:27:33
Yup
Daniel Miller
01:28:23
Thank you, Steve!
Capute, Courtney G.
01:28:50
Not sure I understand why DOT is being so by the letter on RPP--why not extend and wait for a challenge, given the burdens put on residents to support the parklets/
Rick Ancil
01:29:31
How many spaces are we talking about again?
Kim Stanbro
01:30:12
A prior meeting said over 350 spaces taken by parklets
david martz
01:30:47
Excellent Point !
Rick Ancil
01:32:06
So we're talking about 350 area 16 spaces or does this include city parking/ unregulated spaces?
Kim Stanbro
01:33:19
I believe it counts city spaces- but when there’s a parklet in that space, the restaurant goer parks in the RPP spaces
Brina
01:33:28
Just to clarify for our business in the notes: I do not believe Max’s spaces were EVER residential parking. The spaces on Broadway were metered spaces and those on Lancaster were never parking spaces prior to covid.But we’re happily working with Ginny & FPMS and support their decisions regarding. Just wanted to throw this out for the record. Thank you.
David Berman
01:35:39
It is not "everyone" that feels the parklets are a bad idea. I am happy to sacrifice some parking to maintain the terrific ambience that the parklets create and help our struggling businesses. Without them our neighborhood isn't what we all love.
Kim Stanbro
01:36:39
No one said they were a bad idea. Just looking for equality and consistency.
Matt Achhammer - BLLC
01:37:09
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).Recent BLLC Guidance on indoor mask mandate: https://bit.ly/37v4Ka5August Community Connection Newsletter: https://bit.ly/3gRWQfS
Jonathon Rowland
01:37:24
https://forms.gle/dH6o7SFAtCDcD3fJ8
Liam Davis
01:38:16
Thank you everyone. My email address is liamf.davis@baltimorecity.gov
Joshua Thomson (Councilmember Zeke Cohen's Office)
01:38:40
Thank you, everyone.Joshua ThomsonOffice of Councilmember CohenJoshua.thomson@baltimorecity.gov