The City Paper has a link to Baltimore Housing’s “Draft 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan” in a short blog post by Ed Ericson — it’s a nice bedtime read, if housing horrors are your thing.  (Link opens a PDF).

Looks like the chickens finally came home to roost for Anne Arundel County delegate Tony McConkey — his real estate license has been suspended for a year.  From WBAL:  “McConkey admitted he had a practice of contacting homeowners on the verge of losing their homes, offered to save them from foreclosure and willfully violated the Protection of Homeowners in Foreclosure Act — a law he voted for in 2005 and 2008.”

Wells Fargo is donating $5 million to nonprofit housing organizations in 34 communities, and guess which city didn’t make the cut?  Gee I wonder why…

If you’re a housing wonk, or just really interested in housing issues, you’ll want to take part in the National Dialogue on Green & Healthy Homes, starting November the 4th.