City’s Strategy Group Recommendations Letter

Andrew Frank - Deputy Mayor, Neighborhood and Economic Development

Andrew Frank - Deputy Mayor, Neighborhood and Economic Development

Those interested can now read the Senator Theatre Strategy Group’s letter to Deputy Mayor Andrew Frank for themselves.

The unedited letter details their findings and suggested options regarding the future of the historic movie palace.

I’m sure these will be further discussed with Mayor Dixon.

However, if the city is to go forward with the group’s primary option (foreclosing before 1st Mariner, then paying off 1st Mariner to become the owner, then either reselling or committing a qualified operator to a long-term lease), they’ll have to act quickly… The 1st Mariner auction is scheduled to take place in only 16 days.

At that point, the future of our nationally recognized, historic theatre lies with the highest bidder.

Related articles:

Baltimore Sun
City to the rescue – Our View: Its control of The Senator Theatre would ensure viability as movie house” – April 3, 2009

A tearful atmosphere at Senator Theatre memorabilia sale” – April 3, 2009

WJZ-TV
Senator Theatre Memorabilia Up for Sale

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