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The Baltimore Zoning Code: What’s Going On?

The City Council Land Use and Transportation Committee is currently voting on more than 1000 Amendments to the Transform Baltimore Zoning Code.  Many of these amendments are detrimental to the creation of walkable, people-friendly, livable communities in our city. With […]

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74th Annual Meeting

Events this past spring brought deep racial and economic divisions within our City to national and international attention. Join University of Baltimore Provost Dr. Joseph Wood and students from the Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here, Where Do We […]

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CPHA Testimony on Transparency in Transportation Funding

After over a decade of planning and more than $200 million spent, Governor Hogan announced in June that the Red Line would not be built. As our Public Information Act request showed, the public has been left in the dark […]

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Multifamily Conversions

This Thursday, the City Council Land Use and Transportation Committee will hold another voting session on amendments to the new zoning code. Among the topics to be voted on will be the process for how to perform multifamily conversions. There […]

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Transform Baltimore 101

Transform Baltimore is the name of Baltimore City’s comprehensive zoning rewrite.  Baltimore last rewrote its zoning code in 1971 and a lot has changed since then.  Much of the media coverage has focused on the closures of non-conforming liquor stores, […]

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