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Chesapeake City Announcements

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North Dock OPEN!

The North Dock is ready for use and now open. There is still some work that needs to be completed, but the dock can be used while the work and cleaning is finished up.

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7th Annual Chesapeake City Canal 5K Run/Walk Results

Saturday, June 27, 2015 8am
North Chesapeake City, MD
Race Director: Frank Vari

Download the results in a PDF

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Sidewalks Projects Public Meeting

There will be a Public Meeting about sidewalk projects along Bohemia, George, First & Second Streets that is scheduled for:

Tuesday, Aug. 4that 6:30pm at Town Hall


SUMMER MUSIC SCHEDULE

for CHESAPEAKE CITY’S PELL GARDENS

Chesapeake City’s Summer Sundays in the Park have been a tradition for over a decade. Come out to Pell Gardens, bring a chair or a blanket and enjoy warm summer evenings of music for free. The music is sponsored by local businesses and residents plus the generous donations of concert-goers when the “hat” is passed around at concert end. From 6 to 8 pm.

PHOTO: Kevin Quinlan Photography

PHOTO: Kevin Quinlan Photography

Pell Gardens Summer Music Schedule:

Tuesday, June 2:  7pm. Special Jazz Concert by the Bohemia Manor High School Band. Rain date: Tuesday, June 9

Summer Sundays in the Park:

July 5: Cecil County Community Band – Celebrating Independence Day

July 12 - 21 Horses – Country Music

July 19: Acoustic Turnpike – Sounds of Bluegrass

July 26: Serenaders - 50's Rock and Roll duo

August 2: Salamanders - Classic rock, Original songs – a fun-loving trio.

August 9: Charlie Hitman - Classic Rock- easy listening one man band

August 16: Daytripper - Rock & Roll

August 23: Summit Hill Bluegrass – The sounds of Bluegrass

August 30: Summer Larry Tucker Band – Everyone’s favorite! R&B, oldies, Motown

For more information: 410-885-5298
QUESTIONS/PHOTO REQUESTS: Carla Miners 302-528-5956


C&D Canal Waterfront Museum Now Open on Weekends!

outsdie museumChesapeake City: Several years ago, the Army Corps of Engineers created a stunning historical tribute to the infamous C&D Canal. Starting from its origins as a canal dug by the hands and engineering ingenuity of over 1500 men, the museum bears witness to the millions of east-west passages that have gone through the historic canal and the stories they tell. Housed in its original early 1800s canal structures, this gem of a museum with moving exhibits and video offers a amazing look at the history, beauty and wildlife on what is still the third most active canal on the planet.

The museum has been continually open to the public on weekdays but not on Saturdays and Sundays for quite some time due to weekend scheduling conflicts at the government property. The town of Chesapeake City stepped up to fill the need in order to add to tourists’ enjoyment of the area when they visit the charming historic town. Working with the cooperation of the Chesapeake Inn, the Bayard House and Schaefers Canal House restaurants for personnel, Chesapeake City’s Tourism department is coordinating the staffing of the museum on Saturdays and Sundays from the hours of 11 am until 4 pm.

Don’t miss it. Bring the kids. Bring the grandparents. Children love the beautiful models of ships, canal lock animation, videos, and the ancient fossils on display found at the first canal dig; Seniors get excited over the engineering, the ingenuity of the tools and design, and the nostalgia of it all. It’s a terrific family destination.

Weekend visitors are asked to enter the museum by using the marked Pedestrian Gate below the museum on the Army Corps grounds – at the intersection of Second Street and Bethel Road just west of the Chesapeake Inn. Parking areas marked with Canal Museum signage are located just outside the gate. Admission to the museum is free. ADA Accessible.

MORE INFO: 410-885-5298
815 Bethel Rd, Chesapeake City, MD 21915
website: ChesapeakeCity.com

 


Mosquito Control Program

We will be participating in the Mosquito Control Program this year and will be starting soon.  Should anyone have any questions pertaining to spraying can be directed to Mosquito12322@yahoo.com or mosquito2@zoominternet.net

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Town Hall & Contact Information

The Town of Chesapeake City 108 Bohemia Avenue Chesapeake City, MD 21915

Phone: 410-885-5298 Fax: 410-885-2515

Mon. – Thurs. 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Friday 9:00 am to NOON


City Government Contacts


MAYOR
Dean Geracimos d.geracimos@chesapeakecity-md.gov

TOWN COUNCIL (listed alphabetically by last name)

Bill Miners Vice-Mayor, Special Assignments, Finance, Dock, Trail chespawn@gmail.com

Tom Morris Public Safety, Noise Compliance t.morris@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Rick Post Parks & Recreation, Code Enforcement, Charter/Ethics r.post@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Harry Sampson Water & Sewer, Public Works (Roads) Historic h.sampson@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Frank Vari 5K Races, Planning & Zoning, Recycling f.vari@chesapeakecity-md.gov

TOWN HALL STAFF

Sandra Edwards Town Manager / Public Information Act Request Contact / Grant Writer s.edwards@chesapeakecity-md.gov | 410-885-5298

Valerie Walls Treasurer v.walls@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Mary Elizabeth Cooper Water & Sewer Billing Clerk m.cooper@chesapeakecity-md.gov

David Pardee Maintenance Engineer d.pardee@chesapeakecity-md.gov

CONSULTANTS / CONTRACTORS

Carla Miners Economic Development & Tourism Director c.miners@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Robert Bernstine Project Manager r.bernstine@chesapeakecity-md.gov