People who do not live in Baltimore have always engaged in cross-border opinionizing by freely offering comments about the city and how its government ought to be run. County residents like to get into city business, and it’s good they care. I get mail all the time from readers who have much to say about the city where they work, once lived and sometimes visit. I welcome and consider their opinions, as long as they emanate from sincere desire to see Baltimore improve and not from some sick glee at the city’s struggles. The latter gets the delete key.
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