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District 4 City Council Candidate Francesco Legaluppi on Housing

Francesco Legaluppi was the third candidate to respond to the questionnaire. His responses appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay for your plan? Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Francesco Legaluppi on Housing[…]

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District 4 City Council Candidate Bill Henry on Housing

Bill Henry, the incumbent Councilman for District 4, was the second to respond to our questionnaire. His answers appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Bill Henry on Housing[…]

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District 4 City Council Candidate Brian Hammock on Housing

Brian Hammock was the first District 4 candidate to respond to the housing questionnaire. His responses are below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Brian Hammock on Housing[…]

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District 3 Candidate Ryan Dorsey on Housing

Of all the candidates running for City Council in District 3, Ryan Dorsey is the only one to respond to the housing questionnaire, therefore there will not be a separate candidate link page. The following candidates did not respond: Beatrice Brown, Marques Dent, Jermaine Jones, Alicia Joynes, Steven Mitchell, George VanHook Sr., Andreas Spilliadis. Ryan Read more about District 3 Candidate Ryan Dorsey on Housing[…]

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District 2 Candidate Brandon Scott on Housing

Since the incumbent, Councilman Brandon Scott, is the only District 2 candidate who responded to the questionnaire, there’s no need for a separate page with links to candidate responses. The candidates who did not respond are as follows:  Gregory Yarberough, Melissa Bagley, and Tony Christian. Councilman Scott’s answers appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore Read more about District 2 Candidate Brandon Scott on Housing[…]

When Properties Go Into Foreclosure, Who Pays?

Using Q3 2014 foreclosure data reported by the state DHCD, Maryland has held steady as the number-two state for foreclosure filings in 2014, just behind Florida. In fact, foreclosure filings in Maryland have increased since Q2 2014. To put this into context, foreclosure activity has declined nationwide by 15.9% since 2013, yet in Maryland, it Read more about When Properties Go Into Foreclosure, Who Pays?[…]

Early Voting Begins Today!

Remember — voting is one of the easiest and best ways to make sure your voice is heard when it comes to the issues you care about.  There are no perfect candidates — nobody is going to fix everything immediately, but this is an opportunity to make sure you have a choice in who represents Read more about Early Voting Begins Today![…]