Success!! Thanks to all of you!

We had an amazing night!  Full of good drinks, wonderful atmosphere, and most importantly, great company!

Thank you everyone who came out in support of State Center redevelopment!   The State Center Neighborhood Alliance, along with Mount Royal Community Development Corporation hosted a great event!

We were honored to have so many local leaders in attendance, to include Council President Jack Young, Councilman Eric Costello, Councilman Carl Stokes, as well as representatives from the Mayor Stefanie Rawlings-Blake’s Office and the Baltimore Development Corporation. Former Mayor Sheila Dixon and former Delegate Shawn Tarrant also attended the event to express their support of a new State Center!

Community leaders from Druid Heights Community Development Corporation, Heritage Crossing Residents Association, McCulloh Homes Residents Association, Madison Park Improvement Association, Marble Hill Association, Midtown Development Corporation, Mt. Royal Improvement Association, Mt. Vernon Belvedere Association, Pennsylvania Ave Redevelopment Collaborative, Seton Hill Association, United Baptist Missionary Convention & Auxiliaries of Maryland and Upton Planning Committee were in attendance. Also showing support were the Maryland State Medical Society CEO Gene Ransom III and UMd Student Bar Assn President Ben Smith.  What a list!

Stay tuned – we still have a lot more work to do, and we’ll be calling on you to keep up the pressure.  Let’s get this done!

SCNA president John Kyle signing a petition in support of State Center Redevelopment

 

11th District Councilman Eric Costello signing his name in support of State Center Redevelopment

Former Mayor Shelia Dixon speaking with some party attendees

Council President’s Neighborhood liaison Liam Davis with Wanda Best, SCNA Board Member and Executive Director of Upton Planning Committee

Locust Point Civic Association president Greg Sileo chatting about the benefits of State Center redevelopment to attendees

Seton Hill Association board member Aaron Greenlun signing his name in support of State Center redevelopment

Ryleigh’s, packed with supporters for the redevelopment of State Center

Red Line Lobby Day

Seton Hill – Red Line Now, an advocacy group for the Red Line, is organizing a lobby day to join the Purple Line advocates. The meeting on 9 March (this Monday) is from 5-8pm. Come join us!

Location: Lowe House Building, Room 142
6 Bladen St., Annapolis, MD
Legislator Meetings: 5:00-7:00 

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February General Meeting

On 10 February we had our Seton Hill Association General meeting from 7- 8 p.m. at the Visitor Center at St. Mary’s Spiritual Center & Historic Site. We had a great turnout!

Main agenda items were:

– State Center progress update
– Police update
– Draft 2015 Bicycle Master Plan
– Paca St parking lot overnight parking
– Healthy Neighborhood grant applications

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Please let us know if you have any questions or comments by emailing us at president@setonhill.org.