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Make your voice heard for the Senator Theatre!

There is still time to make your voice heard when the City of Baltimore Commission for Historic and Architectural Preservation meets on Tuesday to discuss proposed architectural changes to the Senator Theater.   The Commission meets on TUESDAY AUGUST 10.

Pertinent comments can be fax’d to 410-396-5662 Attn: City of Baltimore – CHAP

Baltimore, TUE AUG 10 – Meeting to review renovation concepts for SENATOR THEATER

August 8, 2010 · Leave a Comment

A hearing has been announced for Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 3pm to review renovation concepts planned by the new lessee of the historic Senator Theatre in Baltimore, MD.

The hearing is open attendance and Friends of The Senator encourage anyone concerned with the future of this landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to attend. We ask that those willing offer their expertise and experience to ensure that judicious, character-appropriate plans are adopted for the 71 year old art deco structure to help ensure its future viability.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Tom Harris, President
Friends of The SENATOR
friendsofthesenator@live.com
410-984-9759

http://friendsofthesenatortheatre.org
http://facebook.com/FoTStheatre
http://twitter.com/FoTStheatre

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  1. Thanks for posting this. The proposed plan has changed somewhat from what was originally submitted, so commenters should not assume that what they may have read or seen previously is still the proposed floor plan. (The new one alleviates at least a few of our preservation concerns, and it looks like the Ladies’ lounge and outer lobby walls will be saved!)

    Friends of The Senator will be taking the position that a thorough, objective inspection of the theatre by experts needs to occur, so that we can establish a baseline regarding the building’s condition and any potential problems, before any modifications are made to the historic structure. We will likely be publishing a more detailed position paper shortly, but I just wanted people to know that this is our general approach.

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Make your voice heard for the Senator Theatre!

There is still time to make your voice heard when the City of Baltimore Commission for Historic and Architectural Preservation meets on Tuesday to discuss proposed architectural changes to the Senator Theater.   The Commission meets on TUESDAY AUGUST 10.

Pertinent comments can be fax’d to 410-396-5662 Attn: City of Baltimore – CHAP

Baltimore, TUE AUG 10 – Meeting to review renovation concepts for SENATOR THEATER

August 8, 2010 · Leave a Comment

A hearing has been announced for Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 3pm to review renovation concepts planned by the new lessee of the historic Senator Theatre in Baltimore, MD.

The hearing is open attendance and Friends of The Senator encourage anyone concerned with the future of this landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to attend. We ask that those willing offer their expertise and experience to ensure that judicious, character-appropriate plans are adopted for the 71 year old art deco structure to help ensure its future viability.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Tom Harris, President
Friends of The SENATOR
friendsofthesenator@live.com
410-984-9759

http://friendsofthesenatortheatre.org
http://facebook.com/FoTStheatre
http://twitter.com/FoTStheatre

No Comments

  1. Thanks for posting this. The proposed plan has changed somewhat from what was originally submitted, so commenters should not assume that what they may have read or seen previously is still the proposed floor plan. (The new one alleviates at least a few of our preservation concerns, and it looks like the Ladies’ lounge and outer lobby walls will be saved!)

    Friends of The Senator will be taking the position that a thorough, objective inspection of the theatre by experts needs to occur, so that we can establish a baseline regarding the building’s condition and any potential problems, before any modifications are made to the historic structure. We will likely be publishing a more detailed position paper shortly, but I just wanted people to know that this is our general approach.

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