Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke
From the Desk of Councilwoman Clarke:
Maryland Homeowners have long received the State’s HOMESTEAD TAX CREDIT. In Baltimore City, that credit limits annual property tax increases to 4 percent.
Other subdivisions have different “caps” up to 10 percent.
Now, for the first and only time, homeowners must apply for this credit, and the application deadline is December 31, 2012.
Use it or lose it for 2013!
To receive the Homestead application, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Baltimore, call 410-767-2165.
State toll free number is 1-866-650-8783.
Applications will be sent by U. S. mail in all cases.
Once received, please return applications immediately.
If mailing, must be postmarked by or before New Year’s Eve.
Deltas' Centennial Torch Celebration 2013 in Baltimore Amidst National Convention in DC
Reminiscent of the Olympic Torch Relay that takes place during the Olympic Games, the Centennial Torch which has traveled to twenty-one cities across the world commemorating the historic journey of our twenty-two beloved founders, will make its last stop before traveling to Washington D.C. for the National Convention on Friday, July 5th in the City of Baltimore, the home of our 16th National President, Dr. Thelma Thomas Daley.
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Black Wall Street COLUMBIA, 6.26.13; Joe Mann Black Capital Award Honorees include Susan Featherstone-Schemm, Sales Specialist KI Mid-Atlantic
: KI manufactures innovative furniture and movable wall system solutions for education, healthcare, government and corporate markets. The employee-owned global company is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. To provide additional benefits to its global customers, KI also has sales offices and licensed manufacturing facilities throughout the world, including in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, India, China and other Asian countries. KI tailors products and service solutions to the specific needs of each customer through its unique design and manufacturing philosophy.
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Black Wall Street COLUMBIA, 6.26.13; Joe Mann Black Capital Award Honorees include Andra Cain of Cain Contracting
Founded in April 2000 by Andra Cain
, the guiding principles of integrity, safety, value, and responsiveness have led the Company to secure a valuable position in the industry. Cain has grown to perform over $12 million in construction projects each year, and maintains a stellar EMR safety rating of (.88). Cain Contracting is a Small Business Administration 8(a) Certified and Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned firm, and a Maryland certified minority-owned business.
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Black Wall Street COLUMBIA, 6.26.13; Joe Mann Black Capital Award Honorees include Entrepreneur Beverly Claiborne
Beverly Claiborne —Wife, Mother, Entrepreneur, Author of “Abiding In God’s Word” and the founder of Abide Family Blessings, LLC (AFB).
AFB was founded by Beverly Claiborne to launch the ABIDE lifestyle product brand. Her company's mission is to lead people to Christ. Her method is producing products to increase scriptures memory and knowledge. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: Black Wall Street COLUMBIA: Wed., June 26, 2013 :: 6 to 8 pm :: Eggspectations :: 6010 University Boulevard, Ellicott City, MD 21043
The Joe Mann Black Capitol Awards Honorees on June 26th include:
*Morgan Rollins, MR Rollins Photography
*Andra Cain, Cain Contracting
*Tammy Moore, Rollins & Associates
*Tony Hill, Edwards & Hill
*Susan Featherstone-Schemm, KI Corporate
*Tabitha Rector, Premier Homes
*Author Beverly Claiborne &
*Longtime ally Dino Rodwell.
They will all receive the Joe Mann Black Capitol Award by Bmorenews.com and Sisters4Sisters Network, Inc.
The keynote for the evening is Tony Hill, a Maryland entrepreneurial success story that you’ve just got to hear. And – he’s a helluva nice guy!
To boot, KI Corporate will be doing a furniture giveaway. And that’s going to be a really nice addition for some attendee’s office.
See you then! Again, RSVP at www.blackwallstreetcolumbia.eventbrite.com. The Black Wall Street Series produced throughout 2013 by Bmorenews.com and its partners is meant to serve as a reminder of the incomparable business accomplishments of the original Black Wall Street in Tulsa that produced dozens of black millionaires until it was bombed in 1921. Read in Full >>