Wanted: A new top developer for Baltimore

Baltimore's quasi-city agency that oversees development has posted a detailed job description for its soon-to-be-vacant head job following the retirement of M.J. “Jay” Brodie last month. The Baltimore Development Corp. is seeking a “well-qualified economic development official” as president and CEO, a post that also holds a seat in the cabinet of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the ...

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  1. High taxes, burdensome regulations, crony capitalism, illegal procurement quotas, and unpunished crime, is in part, contributing factors to the cities continued decline. Residents, businesses, and well intending people are leaving the city because of this mentality. Dissolve the BDC and let businesses and developers compete with the rules already in place. Government (public servants) have no right in picking the winners and losers. Let the people conduct the business and let the government insure a level playing field for all. We need a separation between business and state (city).

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