Dixon amends port proposal
Mayor Sheila Dixon's administration has amended a proposal that could affect the long-term character of the harbor, making it harder for developers to build townhomes and office towers where port-related businesses once thrived.
Responding to criticism from large industrial businesses and the Maryland Port Administration, City Hall added new criteria to a proposed zoning law that proponents said would help protect the harbor's historic industrial character.
'We have to make sure that the port of Baltimore continues to stay viable,' said Demaune Millard, who is Dixon's director of government relations.
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#1 Jun 23, 2008
Oh,is this topic why the which-hunt on Dixon is getting a second life. She should know by now, that elite power and big business is the Mayor of Baltimore City!
63 YEAR RESIDENT OF BALTIMORE CITY
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