Baltimore City Council introduced five bills Monday aimed at combating the city’s problem with vacant properties. The legislation, which includes three bills sponsored by City Council President Nick Mosby and two from Odette Ramos, calls for increasing several fees associated with owning a vacant property in Baltimore. Another bill would streamline the city’s newly approved in rem foreclosure process to make sure it’s aligned with state law.
Baltimore City Council introduces legislation to combat vacant properties
March 22, 2022