Youth Testimony Shapes City Liquor Policy

CPHA has been a  leading voice in the campaign to reduce alcohol outlet density in Baltimore.

This portion of the zoning legislation passed the City’s Planning Commission with near unanimous approval in spring 2013.  Crucial to this support was testimony from  Gerleene and Shannon as part of their work with Community Law in Action (CLIA).  A newsletter commemorating this was published here.

  • The testimony can be viewed here.
  • For a comprehensive looks at the non-conforming alcohol outlets in Baltimore, click here and here.
  • For more information on where your representatives stand on alcohol outlet density reduction, click here.
  • For a list of talking points we hope you don’t hear from the City Council click here.
  • To sign a letter informing your City Council representative of your support for this critical portion of the legislation, click here.
  • To learn more about where Councilmen Reisinger and Stokes stand on the issue of AODR, click here.
  • To learn more about alcohol outlet density in District 13, click here.
  • To learn more about alcohol outlet density in District 7, click here.
  • To learn more about the issue of food deserts in Baltimore, click here.
  • For information about joining CPHA’s AODR Task Force, click here.
  • For information about the TransForm Baltimore and the overall effort to rewrite Baltimore’s zoning code, click here.
  • To learn about our Alcohol Outlet Conversion “Roadmap” click here.

 

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