City, Dundalk groups get grants

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded more than $2.4 million in grants to four nonprofit community development organizations through the Baltimore Regional Neighborhoods Initiative. The awards are designed to attract investment to targeted areas in Baltimore and Dundalk through revitalization plans. The Central Baltimore Partnership is receiving $775,000, Southeast Community Development Corp. $750,000, Dundalk Renaissance Corp. $535,000 and Healthy Neighborhoods Inc. (Reservoir Hill) $370,000. BRNI, in its second year, seeks to increase the ability of older neighborhoods to attract new homeowners and businesses.

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