NOTICE: all trash will be PICKED UP today January 15.
BALTIMORE (Jan. 9, 2019) – BGE reminds customers of important energy assistance available to help meet their energy needs. With many Marylanders impacted by the ongoing federal government shutdown, BGE is taking steps to expand awareness of the programs in place to help customers through temporary or extended financial hardship. “We know this may be a challenging time for some of our customers, especially those affected by the federal government shutdown, and we are committed to helping them address their energy needs,” said Rodney Oddoye, BGE’s chief customer officer. “We have many programs available to help customers and can also connect those who need extra assistance to community and government partners who also offer support. It is our goal to assist every customer who contacts us and requests assistance.” To view the entire press release, click here .
NOTICE: Christmas Trees will be picked up on Wednesday’s during January 2019. Please contact Town Hall if your tree will be somewhere besides at the front curb of your home, such as in an alley.
Comprehensive Plan Community Engagement – Please visit www.planchesapeakebeachmd.gov for up to date information from the Planning and Zoning Commission, complete a survey to provide your feedback and follow the Comprehensive planning progress.
Army Corps of Engineers Increases funding for Fishing Creek Dredging Projects by $1.26M – “The Town of Chesapeake Beach is honored to receive increased funding for Fishing Creek providing its continued use as a vital channel within the Town, the State and the Nation. This allocation of funding would not be possible without the support of Congressman Steny Hoyer, Senator Chris Van Hollen and Senator Ben Cardin, who have worked to keep Chesapeake Beach on the list of priorities to support maintenance, and related activities, at the Nation’s most heavily used coastal ports and inland waterways,” Chesapeake Beach Mayor Patrick J. “Irish” Mahoney stated in appreciation. For more information, click here .
NOTICE: The Planning & Zoning Commission will NOT meet during January.
The Chesapeake Beach Water Park is now taking sign-ups for Orientations for all Positions for the 2019 Summer Season. All interviews for all positions will be conducted at these Job Specific Orientations on the dates listed on our website. We hire starting at age 14 for Customer Service Specialists (CSSs), and Runners in the Food and Beverage Department. Grillers working in our Beachcomber Grille must be 15 years old. To sign up as a lifeguard you must be 15 year of age by May 25, 2019. Cashier’s must be 17 years of age. To sign up for the Orientation for the position of your choice visit our website . Working at the Chesapeake Beach Water park is a wonderful way to spend your summer!
B Street Update – “ As a further way to mitigate storm water runoff and lessen the burden on the slope, the Town purchased 7429 B street. The Town is currently working with the Maryland Land and BGEPR010919 Water Conservation Fund for possible funding contributions towards the acquisition. The acquisition of this property will provide the opportunity to access the slope, the public boardwalk and continue to make improvements to the stormwater infrastructure in the area.”
January 15, 6:00 pm — Twin Beach Opioid Abuse Awareness Committee Meeting at Chesapeake Beach Town Hall — Public business meeting of the TBOAA Committee. The public is encouraged to participate. For more information about the committee and our past activities see www.chesapeakebeachmd.gov/OAAC.htm and www.twinbeachoaa.org/ .
January 17th at 7:00 pm – Town Council meeting in Town Hall chambers. For a printable copy of the meeting agenda, click here .
January 24th at 7:oo pm – Green Team meeting in Town Hall Conference Room.
January 28 at 7:00pm – The next meeting of our Economic Development Committee will be held in Chesapeake Beach Town Hall. There has been a lot going on since our last meeting and even more planned for 2019 so PLEASE plan to attend.