Congratulations to David Hess and all involved! Dear David, The jurying results are in…and our esteemed jury panel has placed your work, Broad Reach, in the 2019 CODAawards Top 100! CONGRATULATIONS! With 435 projects from 27 countries submitted this
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The MVA bus will be located at East Coast Storage, 848 High Street on Monday and Tuesday April 15 and 16. Many thanks to Bob Greenwald for welcoming the bus with open arms. We will update when the MVA bus returns to it’s previous location.
Held every year in April. Visit the Chestertown RiverArts website.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING AND EXECUTIVE SESSION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 the Mayor and Council of Chestertown will convene a special meeting and then go immediately into executive session to interview appl
The Town of Chestertown is happy to offer Chestertown residents the option to pay for some services online. This service can be used to make payments for utility bills, trash, parking tickets, permit fees and Wilmer Park rental. We will also be able
Applications should be delivered to the Town Hall, 118 N. Cross Street, Chestertown, MD 21620, faxed to 410-778-4378 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org The Town of Chestertown is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Chestertown Environmental Committee engaged in a strategic planning exercise in November, 2018. Committee member Greg Farley led the exercise, using the Appreciative Inquiry method.
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PUBLIC NOTICE The Mayor and Council of Chestertown introduced the budget for fiscal year 2019 as Ordinance 02-2018 on May 21, 2018. The tax rate for the real property is to be $.42 per $100 of assessed value representing a $.05 increase over the FY2
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUDGET FOR CHESTERTOWN FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 At 7:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4, 2018, the Mayor and Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed FY2019 Town Budget. The hearing will take place at Town Hal
PUBLIC NOTICE The Mayor and Council of Chestertown introduced Ordinance No. 03-2018 Water and Sewers Ordinance Revision at their meeting of May 21, 2018. The ordinance increases the water and sewer rate by approximately 9.4%, the first rate increase
AGENDA APRIL 2, 2018 7:30 p.m. UTILITIES COMMISSION MEETING Minutes of the Utilities Commission meeting of March 5, 2018 Operating funds on hand Payment of bills Sipes report Questions or comments Adjourn MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING Minutes of t
Sealed Bids for the construction of the Chestertown Marina Stormwater Improvements will be received by the Town of Chestertown at 118 N. Cross Street, Chestertown, MD 21620 until 12:00 noon on Friday, April 27, 2018
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TOWN OF CHESTERTOWN REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CHESTERTOWN MARINA INTERPRETIVE CENTER The Town of Chestertown will receive sealed bids until 12:00 noon on Friday, July 21, 2017 for the construction of the Chestertown Marina Interpretive Center, a 5,622 sq
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UPDATE 2:26PM 071417 – This building is no longer available, someone has committed to taking it down. Thanks – Town of Chestertown. This substantial 40’ x 50’ 2000 sq. ft. metal building at the Chestertown Marina can be yours for free. Mu
AGENDA JANUARY 17, 2017 MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING Minutes of the Mayor and Council meetings of January 3, 2017 Operating funds on hand Payment of bills Amy Moredock Director Kent County Planning, Housing & Zoning re: Morgnec Solar Case Kay MacInt
PUBLIC NOTICE A public hearing for comment will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 6pm in the matter of the application of Mills Branch Solar, LLC to construct a 60 MW solar photovoltaic generating facility in Kent County. The application has been
Meeting called to order at 5:05 pm. In attendance: Mike O’Connor, Barbara Jorgenson, Bernadette Bowman, Shannon Wyble, Sam Shoge, and Kay Macintosh. Kay Macintosh went over preliminary logo designs for the Chestertown A&E District. Several
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE CHESTERTOWN COMPREHENSIVE ZONING REVIEW The Chestertown Planning Commission will hold a public meeting to solicit input from the public and property owners for the comprehensive review of the Chestertown zoning regulations and m
REPORT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 2015 The Charter of the Town of Chestertown states, “The Mayor, during the first quarter of each calendar year, shall report to the Council the condition of municipal affairs and make such recommendations as he (she) deems
LETTERS OF SUPPORT NEEDED for the REVITALIZATION OF CHESTERTOWN MARINA On December 1, 2015, the Town of Chestertown submitted a Capital Project Request in the amount of $1.5 million to Governor Larry Hogan for the repair and revitalization of Chester
November 6, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RABID RACCOON IN TOWN OF CHESTERTOWN On November 5, 2015 the Kent County Health Department responded to a complaint of a potentially rabid raccoon at 403 Cannon Street Chestertown, MD 21620. Upon entering a fen
AGENDA NOVEMBER 2, 2015 7:30 p.m. MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING Minutes of the Mayor and Council meeting of October 19, 2015 Town Manager’s Report Support letter for H. H. Garnett Elementary School Second and Fourth Ward Elections to take p
The Kent County Commission on Aging is conducting a survey of Kent County residents age 60 and over. The results will be used to identify the needs that are important to our older residents now or will be in the next five years. The responses will be
The Washington College Summer 2015 Alumni Magazine is a love letter to our town and the people and places that make Chestertown so special. Thank you to all who who contributed! Be sure to check out the Faces of Chestertown section. Click here to rea
June 1, 2015 Mayor Chris Cerino announced today that the Town of Chestertown has been designated by the State of Maryland as an Arts and Entertainment District. The 51 acre A&E District includes the waterfront from High Street to Wilmer Park and
AGENDA MARCH 16, 2015 7:00 p.m. – Public Hearing – Arts and Entertainment District Designation 7:30 p.m.: UTILITIES COMMISSION MEETING Minutes of Utilities Commission Meeting of February 17, 2015 Cash on hand and in the banks Payment of bills Sipes r