Your Voice Is Needed! Tell City Council To Fully Fund BCFD!
Make Sure Your Voice is Heard! No Cuts to BCFD!
From City Council President Jack Young: On Wednesday, October 10, 2012, the Baltimore City Council’s Judiciary and Legislative Investigations Committee will hold two very important hearings related to fire protection and prevention. The hearings are a result of legislation I introduced that would require a public hearing be held prior to the Fire Department consolidating, […]
Make Sure Your Voice Is Heard June 7 2012! No Cuts to BCFD!
Baltimore City residents, business owners, and property owners — contact Mayor Rawlings-Blake and let her know how you feel about cuts to our fire department! 410-396-3835 or [email protected] — do it TODAY! Also, contact your City Council representative, and make sure they’re voting in favor of City Council President Jack Young’s amended budget — CCP […]
It’s Only Bal-ti-more Wasteland…
If you’re at all interested in protecting your family and home, you’ll want to make sure to attend tomorrow’s City Council budget hearing. City Council President Jack Young will be presenting his budget plan for 2013 — a budget plan that will prevent the unnecessary and irresponsible fire company closures, proposed by Mayor Rawlings-Blake. […]
Bill 10-0516 Non-Owner-Occupied Dwellings and Vacant Structures Bill Passes City Council
My apologies to the Who. Made a quick trip on the “other side” of North Avenue to see what was back there, more importantly how many abandoned homes there were, and who owns them. There are literally hundreds — I didn’t have time to document even a third of them, and I was very disappointed […]
A Victory for the Citizens of Baltimore
As we posted earlier, City Council President Jack Young introduced the Non-Owner-Occupied Dwellings and Vacant Structures Bill to the City Council, and it officially passed on the 14th. Many thanks to Council President Young for this measure, and thanks also to sponsors Robert W. Curran, William H. Cole, IV, Sharon Green Middleton, Bill Henry, James […]
1015 E. Biddle Street
Yes, it’s a small one, but it’s definitely an important step towards the goal of ridding our city of blighted vacant homes. City Council President Jack Young introduced an ordinance (10-0516) that would require the owners of vacant structures (including commercial buildings, multi-unit dwellings, and rooming houses) to register the properties with the City, and […]
1025 E. Biddle Street
Property address: 1015 E. Biddle Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Property owner: Robert H. Dennis, c/o Ronald Alert, 9420 Annapolis Road, Suite 204, Lanham, MD 20706 City Council District and Contact: District 12, Jack Young Robert Dennis is your run-of-the mill Baltimore slumlord. Multiple foreclosures, housing violations, etc. Hopefully he’ll get out of the real estate […]
713 E. Biddle Street
Property address: 1025 E. Biddle Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Property owner: International Loan Network, Inc. 1025 E. Biddle Street, Suite 201, Baltimore, MD 21201 Registered Agent for International Loan Network, Inc.: No registered agent found, corporate charter forfeited, address: 918 F Street, NW, Suite 412, Washington, DC 20004 City Council District and Contact: District 12, […]
418 Federal Street
Property Address: 713 E. Biddle Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 Property Owner: Mayor and City Council, 417 E. Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 City Council District and Contact: 12th District, Jack Young
Property address: 418 Federal Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 Property owner: Vernon Alt, 159 Clyde Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21227 City Council District and contact: 12th District, Jack Young Interesting to note, this property was part of a ground rent lawsuit brought against Mr. Alt by Fred Nochumowitz, one of the people featured in the Baltimore Sun’s […]