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Baltimore’s inclusionary housing law is expiring; let’s create a better one

June 23, 2022

Since enactment in 2007, Baltimore City’s Inclusionary Housing law has been ineffective — generating only 37 housing units in 14 years; this is unacceptable. The current law expires on June 30. Councilwoman Odette Ramos has introduced Council Bill 22-0195, which will correct shortcomings in the existing law. Inclusionary housing laws generally require developers of certain projects to set aside a percentage of new units to be more affordable and help create more socio-economically integrated communities.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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