The Two Faces of Vacant Housing

We’re big fans of Alan Mallach, a senior fellow at the Center for Community Progress and the National Housing Institute. Not only has he done some great work around community development, some of it directly concerning Baltimore, he’s also spoken […]

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Provide Feedback on Scooters and Dockless Bikeshare

Scooters and dockless bikeshare have arrived in Baltimore. These new forms of transportation help to increase mobility and have changed the landscape of our streets. Fill out this survey to let the Baltimore City Department of Transportation know that you […]

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Support Anti-Source of Income Discrimination Legislation in Baltimore City

CPHA has long advocated for legislation to end housing discrimination based on source of income (which includes housing vouchers). In particular, we’ve been outspoken supporters for it in Baltimore County and at the state level.   Recently, Councilman Ryan Dorsey introduced […]

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City Council Passes Complete Streets and Affordable Housing Legislation

We applaud the City Council for passing two important bills that will make our City more livable and affordable. The first bill is comprehensive complete streets legislation. The idea behind complete streets is that planners should design roadways for everyone […]

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Attend Forum on Johns Hopkins and Development

Antero Pietilla’s “Not in My Neighborhood” laid out Baltimore’s long history of segregation for all to understand. His new book, “The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: The Life and Legacy that Shaped an American City”  discusses the life and legacy of John […]

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We're big fans of Alan Mallach, a senior fellow

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