Updates (Correction: Committee Hearing on Wednesday, January 27th at 5pm)

Updates (Correction: Committee Hearing on Wednesday, January 27th at 5pm)

Dear Doc,

I hope all is well with you and your family. I want to share with you some upcoming events and existing resources to be aware of this week. 
Committee Hearing (Wednesday, January 27th at 5pm)

The Health, Environment, and Technology Committee Hearing will be held this Wednesday, January 27th at 5pm as we discuss the vaccination plan for Baltimore. This is a public hearing and you may access it here via WebEx. The passcode is Public.
Upcoming Public Strategy Meeting: Join the conversation Wednesday, January 27th at 6:30 P.M. to discuss future plans for Parkview Recreation Center (2235 N. Fulton Avenue).

Passcode: Parkview
The Baltimore Children’s Cabinet is hosting a Town Hall on Youth Homelessness Wednesday, January 27th from 6-7 P.M. You can learn more here.
Baltimore City and its partners are providing free grab-n-go meals for youth and families at 100 sites across the city. For more information regarding locations and schedules please visit https://www.bmorechildren.com/freemeals
On Saturday, January 30th at 10am, my office is partnering with the Arch Social Community Network along with Senator Antonio Hayes and Delegate Marlon Amprey for a Community Clean Up at the Arch Social Club. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distance. You may register for the cleanup online here or email Javas at [email protected] if you have any questions. We hope you can join us in this effort! 
BCCC Vaccination Site

Mayor Scott and Health Commissioner Letita Dzirasa announced plans for a new, centrally located, transit friendly vaccination site at Baltimore City Community College. The site officially opened today, January 25th. The City continues to update plans on scaling up vaccination in Baltimore City. You may read the entire press release here.  
For more information regarding update on DPW services including recycling and bulk trash you may go online here
Mayor Scott announced the City's Plan to help revamp the DPW Meter Shop. You may read the entire press release here to learn more about these initiatives to improve the efficiency and modernity of Baltimore City's Meter Shop. 
As always please do not hesitate to contact me or reach out to my office should you have any questions or concerns. 


James Torrence
Baltimore City Councilman, District 7
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