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Wayne R. Frazier, Sr.: Reject Port Covington PLA (access required)

It has come to our attention the Baltimore City Council, in addition to debating the full provisions of Tax Incremental Financing, or TIF, for Sagamore Development Co.’s Port Covington development, may also debate and decide the full merits of local ...

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Stokes: Port Covington TIF to pass in way that ‘works for the whole city’ (access required)

Councilman Carl Stokes made it clear he plans to take his time reviewing a legislative package creating $535 million in public financing for the proposed redevelopment of Port Covington. During a hearing of the Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee ...

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Community activists continue Port Covington pushback (access required)

Community activist organizations continue to battle a plan to provide the Port Covington development project with $535 million in public financing, with the latest salvos coming roughly a week before a City Council committee holds crucial hearings on the proposal. BUILD, Baltimore United ...

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Sagamore, neighborhood groups unveil nearly $40M community benefits agreement (access required)

Leaders of community groups in six south Baltimore neighborhoods and the developer of the $5.5 billion Port Covington project have agreed to a partnership that will pour tens of millions of dollars into those communities over the next decades, officials announced ...

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Analysis: Were two Baltimore funding requests one too many? (access required)

Maryland’s decision to seek roughly 28 percent of the funds available this year from federal FASTLANE grants for two Baltimore projects, may have contributed to both applications being rejected. The state requested about $231 million of an available $800 million from ...

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