Clipper Mill residents request historic protection for Tractor Building

An attorney representing homeowners in Baltimore's Clipper Mill neighborhood has requested the city's historic preservation panel add a prominent building tabbed for redevelopment to a protected list. Attorney John C. Murphy sent a letter on behalf of his clients on Thursday to Eric Holcomb, executive director of the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, asking the ...

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