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Mittal to spare Sparrows Point and sell Weirton to Esmark (access required)

Arcelor Mittal, the world's largest steel company, agreed to sell its Weirton tinplate plant to Esmark Inc. to satisfy U.S. antitrust rules after an earlier plan to sell the Dofasco unit to ThyssenKrupp AG was blocked.

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Redevelopment fund established for Pikesville (access required)

The Baltimore County Department of Economic Development is offering up to $1 million to developers who can find new and creative uses for vacant or stagnant properties along a nearly three-mile stretch of Reisterstown Road in Pikesville.

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City readies $1.3M loan for Savannah (access required)

Baltimore City is poised to loan $1.32 million to the developer who failed to provide affordable housing in a building she bought with city money and later sold for $1 million more than she first paid. <p> Developer BettyJean Murphy would use the loan to pay for upgrades to the Alcott Place Apartments, a senior-housing complex in Northwest Baltimore that her company, Savannah Development Corp. helped create in 1990.

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