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Chesapeake City Announcements

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Town Hall Closed Monday, January 16, 2017

The Town Hall will be CLOSED on Monday, January 16, 2017 in observance of Martin Luther King Day.


Public Notice

Chesapeake City Town Council to hold a special session to appoint various board/ commission vacancies.

Vacancies: Historic Commission, Board of Appeals, and Election Board

Date: January 23, 2017

Time: 6:30 p.m.

Location: Town Hall


Help Removing Holiday Lights

WE NEED YOUR HELP!! Sadly it is time to take down the holiday lights. The plan is to meet at Town Hall on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 8:00 am and get as much done as possible. Many hands makes light work, so any amount of time that you can give will be greatly appreciated!! If you are able to help please contact Tonya Lockwood at 410-885-5298 or t.lockwood@chesapeakecity-md.gov.


Important Ferry Update

Mayor & Council are pleased to announce an agreement has been reached between the Town and DJ Fasick to provide for ferry and tour boat services from the Town's dock. DJ will launch his ferry service in mid April 2017.

Click here for a great article in the Cecil Whig.


2016 Holiday Decorating Contest Winners

The 2016 Holiday Decorating Contest Winners are:

North Side: Jamie Falkner & Julie Sprout at 300 Lock Street.

South Side: George & Haley Watson at 209 Charles Street.

People's Choice: Bob & Debbie Miller at 324 Lindsey Avenue.

Business Winner: Blue Max Inn at 300 Bohemia Avenue.

Honorable Mentions: 544 Biddle Street & 217 George Street.

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to ALL of the participants! The Holiday Spirit is alive and well in Chesapeake City.


New Chesapeake City Town Hall Employee Hired

A message from Tonya Lockwood:

tonyalockwoodHello! My name is Tonya Lockwood and starting Tuesday, October 11th I will be replacing Mary Elizabeth Cooper as the Receptionist/Water & Sewer Billing Clerk at the Town Hall of Chesapeake City. I am a lifelong resident of Chesapeake City and I am excited to begin my new journey right here in my hometown. I've been married to my husband, Chuck, for 18 years, and he has coached numerous youth sports teams for our community. We both graduated from Bohemia Manor High School and began to create our life together in Chesapeake City. We have 2 children - an 18 year old son, Zack, and a 17 year old daughter, Zoë. Zack is a freshman at Towson University studying Music Education and plans to teach in Cecil County after graduation. Zoë is a senior at Bohemia Manor and plans to play softball and study Business with a focus in Accounting at Goldey Beacom College next year. My family takes great pride in calling Chesapeake City our home. We love attending all of the High School sporting events during the school year, and eating dinner at the Chesapeake City Little League Field during the ball season. The closeness of this community is something you don't get everywhere. Our hometown is by far the best! I can't wait to meet everyone! See you at Town Hall!

 


Cecil Commuters Can Keep an Eye on Traffic at Chesapeake City Bridge

Public Can Access Live MD 213 Traffic Conditions on Web and Mobile Devices

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) has installed two temporary traffic cameras along MD 213 (Augustine Herman Highway) near the Chesapeake City Bridge over the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in Cecil County.  The temporary cameras provide 24/7 live stream of traffic conditions and can help commuters and emergency responders plan their routes during the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ bridge painting project.


Maryland Municipal League Convention

Our very own Valerie Walls, CC Town Treasurer, represented Chesapeake City at the Maryland Municipal League Convention held in Ocean City in June 2016. Here she is carrying the flag at the Opening Ceremonies.

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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

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City Government Contacts


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

TOWN COUNCIL (listed alphabetically by last name)

Trudy Carter
Parks & Recreation, Charter/Ethics, Signage
t.carter@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Bill Miners
Tourism & Economic Development, Finance, Docks, Newsletter
b.miners@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Tom Morris
Public Safety, Code Enforcement
t.morris@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Harry Sampson
Water & Sewer, Planning & Zoning, Utilities
h.sampson@chesapeakecity-md.gov

Frank Vari
Historic Commission, Public Works (Roads & Sidewalks), Recycling, Racing Program, Noise Compliance
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

Tonya Lockwood
Water & Sewer Billing Clerk
t.lockwood@chesapeakecity-md.gov

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

CONSULTANTS / CONTRACTORS

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