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CPHA Forum Reports

Beginning in June of 2015, CPHA held seven forums discussing issues of importance to the Baltimore region. After each forum we compiled a report about what we discussed and recommendations on what should be done next. Each of these reports can […]

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CPHA to Hold Forums on Improving CitiStat and BaltimoreLink

The last two of CPHA's 75th Anniversary Forums have been announced. Both foruns will be held at: The John and Frances Angelos Law Center located at the University of Baltimore School

CPHA to Host Forum on Strategies for Revitalizing Baltimore’s Most Distressed Communities

Vacants to Value, Project CORE, and the Green Network Plan are programs designed to attract investment to some of Baltimore's most dis-invested neighborhoods. Join CPHA and concerned citizens from

CPHA Inclusionary Housing Forum Report Released

Friday, July 22nd CPHA held the second of our 75th Anniversary forums. This forum was on improving Baltimore City's Inclusionary Housing Law and was held at the University

Attend CPHA’s Forum on Inclusionary Housing July 22

In 2007, CPHA and a coalition of like-minded organizations successfully advocated for passage of an inclusionary housing ordinance. Inclusionary housing is the practice of mandating or providing incentives

CPHA Holds Forum on Economic Development

On Tuesday, April 19 CPHA held a forum on Tax Increment Financing (TIFs). Our diverse panel of community, business, and nonprofit leaders explained to the audience, what a

Attend Rally for Source of Income Anti-Discrimination Law in Baltimore County

The Housing Choice Voucher program is designed to give low income individuals a chance to live in an economically integrated community with good schools and low crime.  But

CPHA Economic Development Forum to be held Tuesday April 19th

Join active citizens from throughout Baltimore as we discuss the ways the City incentivizes economic development such as Tax Increment Financing (TIFs) and who benefits from it. This

CPHA Mayoral Forum to be held April 2

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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