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Sagamore Development Co. has been urging the Baltimore City Council to take up its request for a $535 million tax increment financing package to provide public infrastructure for its sprawling Port Covington project before the end of the year. (File photo)
Sagamore Development Co. has been urging the Baltimore City Council to take up its request for a $535 million tax increment financing package to provide public infrastructure for its sprawling Port Covington project before the end of the year. (File photo)

Some on city council pushing for swift action on Port Covington

Key members of Baltimore’s City Council want the current council to consider legislation to authorize $535 million, over 25 years, in financing for public infrastructure improvements for the proposed Port Covington redevelopment despite the council facing heavy turnover this election year. That is good news for Sagamore Development Co., which argues it needs a bill approving ...

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Adam Bednar covers real estate and development for The Daily Record.