Sneed thanked Young for expanding the current assistance program to customers who can prove unemployment eligibility, but during a virtual press conference today, she joined other council members and advocates in calling for more to be done, especially since customers will get larger than usual bills in May because of the Department of Public Works […]
After analyzing our most insistent concerns from constituents which included but not limited to– vacant/nuisance houses, overweight trucks, water bill assistance, and public safety– we wanted to take a different approach and focus primarily on legislation and policy, but without disregarding the daily quality of life concerns. We invited DHCD to speak about the community […]
First stop, the Ellwood Park neighborhood for the #KeepitCleanDistrict13 initiative!
Join Councilwoman Shannon Sneed and Kneel2Stand Baltimore for a community clean up along Monument Street! Please bring a canned good or non-perishable item to donate to Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School. Clean up supplies will be available! Join us November 19th from 10am-2pm beginning at Northeast Market… see you there!
Let it be Green! Join Councilwoman Shannon Sneed and Councilman Zeke Cohen for a beautification project to help clean District 13 and District 1. Hope to see you there this Sunday, July 9th from 9am-2pm beginning at Library Square, 158 N. Linwood Ave. For more information please visit: http://www.cphabaltimore.org/2017/06/clean-up-the-1st-and-13th-districts/
It is no secret that we have frequent problems related to dumping, trash accumulation, vacant properties, and rats. Driving home, if I see 311 violations that are tearing down our community, I am constantly submitting 311 requests and encourage everyone to do so as well. Ask yourself, are you doing everything you can do to […]
Every week, I go out into different communities in District 13 that are frequent target areas for illegal dumping. Too often, they are messy situations, to say the least. This is OUR community. We need to respect and protect our neighborhoods. Oftentimes, we do not hold each other accountable. If you see something — say […]