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Battle brews over EBDI board appointment

A Baltimore City Council member continues to insist that he is appointing a community activist to the East Baltimore Development Inc. board of directors even though the nonprofit’s CEO says there are no openings on the board. “My recommendation stands,” ...

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Marchers demand jobs at EBDI

Chanting “We want jobs” and “If we don’t work, nobody works,” about 200 city residents marched on East Baltimore Development Inc. headquarters Tuesday, demanding more employment opportunities at the 88-acre redevelopment site. The protest was organized by Baltimore Community Churches ...

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Top 5: ‘It is attacking sham litigation’

The Bozzuto Group is moving forward with its plan for luxury apartments at Fells Point, and downtown property owners are both alleging that each other’s lawsuit over the State Center is a “sham.” Those stories and more in this week’s ...

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Week in review: 12/16/11

More apartments for Fells Point Ground was formally broken Tuesday on Union Wharf, a 281-unit luxury apartment mixed-use complex in Fells Point in Baltimore. The property had been sold by developer Larry Silverstein to the Bozzuto Group this fall for $9.5 ...

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East Baltimore group demands hires come from community

Saying it has organized 900 residents, Baltimore Churches & Community United vowed Thursday to protest at East Baltimore Development Inc. if half of the workforce for upcoming construction projects does not live in the community. During an angry two-hour meeting ...

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From India, O’Malley touts mission’s success

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley, talking to reporters via Skype from India’s financial capital of Mumbai, on Tuesday strongly defended his six-day trade mission to the subcontinent. “It would be economically irresponsible for us not to be engaged with India,” ...

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Life sciences buildings scaled back at EBDI

Any future life science buildings at the East Baltimore Development Inc. site in Middle East will be smaller with cheaper leasing options, the master developer of the $1.8 billion project told a city design panel Thursday. Planners also outlined a ...

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