March 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Decorate Your Door or More Contest
Happy Holidays in Chesapeake Station
We would like to help our residents get into the Christmas spirit this year by participating in the “Decorate your Door and More” contest. Show off your holiday spirit!
Judging and prizes will be held on Tuesday, December 22 at 7:30 pm.
From the Chesapeake Station Social Committee
Notice of Town Planning & Zoning Meeting
The Chesapeake Beach Planning & Zoning Commission will meet on December 15 @ 7:00PM to consider an application for changes to the Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa (aka Rod & Reel) expansion plan. The Commission asked that a notice of the meeting be sent to Chesapeake Station residents.
You can read the notice letter here. A paper copy is also being mailed to owners of properties adjacent to the Resort & Spa.
The meeting will be virtual via Zoom. Meetings of the Commission are open and Chesapeake Beach residents are welcome to dial in.
To join the meeting via the web click https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8697557180. To join via an audio-only phone call dial (929) 205-6099 and enter the Meeting ID: 869 755 7180.
Location TBD. Probably virtual meeting via Zoom.
Chesapeake Station residents have noticed that several sinkholes have developed on common ground in the green area between the end of Carousel Way and the Bay. The holes have been marked with flags.
We want to advise residents and guests to avoid walking themselves or their pets in this area as our Grounds Committee works to arrange a contractor to fill them in.
Let Your Voice be Heard
Did you know that Chesapeake Beach residents should be voting in TWO separate elections? There is the National Election and a separate election for Chesapeake Beach Mayor and Town Council.
Information for Maryland residents on registration and voting in the National election can be found here. If you don’t believe you’ll be able to get to a polling location on November 3, you can early vote in person starting now.
Early voting and voting on November 3 in the National election can be done at the Community Resources Building on 30 Duke St. in Prince Frederick. If you are not yet registered to vote in Maryland, you can register in person at the Community Resource Building as late as election day. Bring documentation to prove where you live.
Besides the list of candidates for office, the Maryland ballot has two Yes/No questions on expansion of gambling in the State. Don’t overlook those.
Information on voting in the Town of Chesapeake Beach election can be found here. The voting location will be Chesapeake Beach Town Hall, at the corner of Bayside Rd. and 26th St.
To vote in the Town election, you must be a resident of Chesapeake Beach and registered to vote in Maryland or be listed on the Town Supplemental Voter List. Information on registration for Town elections can be found here.
Similar to the Maryland ballot, the Town ballot has two Yes/No questions on expansion of gambling in the Town! These are particularly important since they have a potential local impact on Chesapeake Beach residents.
So get out and vote! See you at the elections.
Dear Chesapeake Station Owners and Residents
This is a friendly reminder to please remember and follow the Chesapeake Beach Town Code and CSHOA Governing Documents regarding trash and recyclables.
Town Code requires that garbage, trash or debris be placed out for collection only in proper receptacles. HOA Governing documents require that receptacles for household trash and garbage must be of durable hard rubber or plastic material and watertight with tight fitting covers to control odor and prevent animal access. Trash placed in these containers must be bagged.
Yard waste (e.g. grass clippings, twigs, leafs) may be placed out for collection in sturdy bags and recyclables should be placed in blue or yellow bins.
Owners who rent out their property in our development are responsible for ensuring that their tenants follow Town and CSHOA guidelines.
Thank you for your cooperation and for maintaining the cleanliness of our community!
From the Board of Directors