Charity Begins at Home: The 2013 Edition
From all of us here at Baltimore Slumlord Watch, we wish you and yours a very happy holiday season. And to further the holiday cheer, we offer this little ditty — to be sung to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. Many thanks to reader LR for the idea. Because really, what’s a […]
It’s that time of year again — the recommended charities post. Listen — I understand housing isn’t on the top of everyone’s list, and I totally respect that. If you’d like to donate to Housing Policy Watch, great. If housing just isn’t your thing — here’s a list of charities we know and love. There’s […]
Legislative Action: Your Help is Needed!
In case you haven’t heard — our “business side” of things, Housing Policy Watch, is participating in this year’s #GivingTuesday campaign, run by the awesome folks at GiveCorps. Please help to reach the goal of $5000 by donating tomorrow! Your generous support will go a long way towards making Baltimore a safe and healthy city […]
Four Years and Counting
There are several bills before the Maryland Legislature that would substantially weaken protection for children who have been exposed to lead paint, and offer loopholes for negligent property owners who ignore the law — please lend your voice to the many who oppose these bills! Every year in Maryland there are 3200 children poisoned by […]
Today is the four-year anniversary of this project — I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for FOUR years. That seems crazy to me, especially when you consider I never thought I’d have more than a handful of readers, Twitter followers, or Facebook friends. However, with each year that goes by, it’s become apparent that […]