Sale of Port Covington properties to Sagamore allows Aquarium to pay off $5M loan

A subsidiary of the National Aquarium sold its Port Covington properties — obtained from Baltimore about a decade ago — to a developer, and collected $2.97 million more than it paid, according to state property records. Previously, the organization and former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s administration told news media that purchase agreements prevented the Center for Aquatic ...
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