At the Council meeting on July 22, Council President Scott and Councilwoman Sneed introduced an ordinance entitled “Transparency and Oversight in Claims and Litigation.” The bill would prohibit the use of non-disclosure provisions in settlement agreements for police misconduct and unlawful discrimination claims filed against Baltimore City. It would also require the City’s Law Department […]
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 […]
I have listened to constituent concerns and we want businesses to be good neighbors in our community! December 11th was my offices’ second time appearing before the Board of Municipal Zoning and Appeals (BMZA) to oppose the expansion of Turning Point Medical Center. While we want to help tackle drug addiction, the existing conditions surrounding the current facility is alarming for residents who […]
It saddens me about the violence that is taking place within our community. WE have to do better as a people! The violence that is taking place is not normal and our babies should not grow up thinking it is. I always encourage residents to attend the Community Relations Council meetings that are held every […]
Residents of District 13, check out our new resource cards! This guide is intended to connect residents with resources from different departments and organizations, working to help Baltimore City residents!
Join Councilwoman Sneed for the 2018 District 13 town hall meeting, June 13th beginning at 6:30 pm at Henderson-Hopkins Elementary/Middle School. There will be a discussion about housing, public safety and sanitation. Please bring youth from the community! See you there!
I cannot support the Council bill 17-111 (Weapons – Prohibiting Handguns Near Places of Public Assembly) that is being introduced on Monday that would implement a mandatory minimum for the possession of an illegal handgun. This bill does not and will not combat crime in Baltimore City. We know the best ways to fight crime: […]