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Tag Archives: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Deputy Mayor Christopher Thomaskutty joining Mercy

Christopher Thomaskutty, Baltimore’s deputy mayor of public safety and operations, resigned Friday to become an executive at Mercy Health Services. Thomaskutty will serve as vice president for corporate affairs and chief of staff at the downtown medical center. His resignation ...

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Baltimore Deputy Mayor Thomaskutty stepping down

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says one of her deputy mayors is stepping down to take a position with Mercy Health Services. Rawlings-Blake announced Friday that Deputy Mayor of Public Safety and Operations Christopher Thomaskutty will be leaving April 2. The ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 3/2/12: Riderwood residents help Habitat for Humanity

Grants awarded to two area housing assistance programs Two Baltimore-area housing assistance programs received grants last week from NeighborWorks America. Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore received a $252,200 grant, while St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center was granted $150,500. Both organizations are ...

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Baltimore bars police from immigration enforcement

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is issuing an executive order prohibiting police officers from asking about a person’s citizenship status. Rawlings-Blake issued the order Friday to all city agencies barring discrimination against immigrants. It bars use of city funds to investigate ...

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Editorial: A distinguished career for BDC’s ‘Jay’ Brodie

The retirement of M.J. “Jay” Brodie as president of the Baltimore Development Corp. marks the end of an era. Mr. Brodie, 75, is stepping down after 16 years as head of Baltimore’s quasi-public economic development agency. His previous service for ...

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Strata Group merging with Pennsylvania real estate firm

Yerman Witman Gaines and Conklin, a.k.a. the Strata Group, has recently downsized by shuttering several satellite offices in Bel Air, Fort Meade, Locust Point at McHenry Row and Severn Square. This week, the realty firm announced another change: a merger ...

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Baltimore Development Corp. President Brodie retiring

The next head of the Baltimore Development Corp. will have to move the city’s economic base forward amid challenges that include fiscal, social and image problems that have plagued Baltimore for decades. In the wake of Friday’s announcement that he ...

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