Baltimore delegate seeks prevailing wage requirement for TIF projects

A Baltimore state delegate’s bill seeks to force developers receiving certain public financing for projects to pay laborers a jurisdiction’s prevailing wage. Del. Cory McCray, D-District 45, introduced House Bill 466 that requires developers receiving a minimum of $500,000 in tax increment financing to pay the prevailing wage. The legislation is needed because projects where private developers ...

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