"Making A Difference In The Lives Of People With Disabilities"
At the 2015 Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities Accomplishment meeting at the Hilton Baltimore on July 22, 2015,
Mayor’s Stephanie Rawlings Blake received her award from Lou Ann Blake, Esq., Chair; Councilman Robert Curran;
National Federation of the Blind President Riccobono, and members of the Commission
The award is for her “Leadership in Striving to Ensure Equal Opportunities for All”
The Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities meets the 4th Wednesday of the Month at 1:00 p.m. at the League for People with Disabilities, 1111 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21239.
2014 Baltimore Recfest Video – October 4, 2014
A Day of Recreation, Fun, and Education for Families with Abilities
Mayor's Public Forum - "Lobbying For Disability Rights"
ProjectSPACE is an initiative co-sponsored by the Parking Authority of Baltimore City and the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities, with support from the Baltimore City Department of Transportation, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and other key stakeholders that seeks to increase the availability of on-street parking in Baltimore City.
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If you wish to suggest a street corner location, where there is a curb cut at the end of the street and where people with disabilities would frequently use, please send your name, phone number, address of location (i.e. corner of what street and what street), to [email protected]
July 22, 2015 Mayor's Accomplishment Meeting.
National Federation of the Blind President Mark A. Riccobono receives Award from the Mayor
National Federation of the Blind President Mark A. Riccobono receives Leadership Award from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake for his Leadership on the Use of Technology to Advance Opportunities for People with Disabilities
Jack M. Elam and Victor Tervala, Esq. receive Award from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake and Dr. Nollie Wood, Jr. for their Leadership on Legislative Issues and Advocacy for People with Disabilities