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Q&A: Joseph T. ‘Jody’ Landers III

1. The Daily Record has published a number of articles this year about the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East by East Baltimore Development Inc. How would you rate the EBDI development so far in terms of public accountability, financial ...

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Mayoral hopefuls lay out positions on Baltimore business issues

With Baltimore’s primary election day one week away, The Daily Record asked the five major Democratic candidates five questions about business and economic development issues that the next mayor must confront. Baltimore Circuit Court Clerk Frank M. Conaway Sr. did ...

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The property tax shuffle

One of the top questions in this year’s mayoral race is how to lower the city’s residential property tax rate, the highest in Maryland at $2.268 per $100 of assessed value. All of the candidates have a plan. And those ...

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Pugh, Stokes file for Democratic mayoral primary

State Sen. Catherine Pugh and Councilman Carl Stokes are filing as candidates in the Baltimore Democratic mayoral primary. Pugh is inviting supporters to walk with her from campaign headquarters to the Board of Elections around 9:45 a.m. Tuesday. Stokes says ...

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Rawlings-Blake to announce Baltimore mayoral bid

Top Maryland Democrats are helping Stephanie Rawlings-Blake launch her bid to stay in office. The Baltimore mayor is announcing her campaign outside her childhood home on Monday afternoon. She’ll be joined by Gov. Martin O’Malley, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Sens. ...

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State Sen. Pugh to announce decision on Baltimore mayor’s race

State Sen. Catherine Pugh is ready to announce her decision on whether to run for mayor. Pugh, who currently represents parts of west Baltimore in Annapolis, will make the announcement at Leonard E. Hicks Multipurpose Community Center on North Avenue ...

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Melody Simmons’ real estate notebook, 6/3/11

Grim news on the residential home sales front released Tuesday by Standard & Poor’s show a first quarter decline by 4.2 percent in the U.S. National Home Price Index. That means housing values continue to turn downward. The report highlighted ...

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