SENATOR Theatre RFP: Public Meeting on Jan 5

UPDATED: December 14, 2009 (E-mail text from Kristen Mitchell of the BDC – below)

We’ve had word from the BDC and Tom Kiefaber (who has continued to present programming at The Senator, at the request of city government while the RFP process plays out) that a public meeting to present and discuss the four SENATOR proposals, will be held the evening of January 5, 2010.

The time has not yet been nailed down, so we’ll update everyone when we know for sure.

We expect there will be representatives of each proposal on hand and hope folks will have an opportunity to present questions.

We encourage everyone concerned to mark your calendars now and clear that evening!


In the meantime,
don’t forget to spread the word about the
holiday events taking place this weekend
and next – including the 19th Annual Food Drive

===   12-14-2009 UPDATE   ===

Senator Theatre

Public Meeting

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

6:30 p.m.

Senator Theatre

5904 York Road

Baltimore, MD 21212

The purpose of this meeting is to give the public the opportunity to hear from the groups which responded to the Senator Theatre Request for Proposals (RFP).   If you have any questions regarding this meeting, contact Kristen Mitchell at the Baltimore Development Corporation at 410-779-3837 or

Kristen Mitchell

Senior Economic Development Officer

Commercial Revitalization

Baltimore Development Corporation

36 S. Charles Street, Suite 1600

Baltimore, MD 21201-3015

Phone: 410-837-9305

Direct: 410-779-3837

Fax: 410-837-6363


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