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Inclusionary housing advances at the City Council, with Mayor Scott’s objections turning to praise

November 21, 2023

Acting 17 months after Baltimore’s inclusionary housing law expired, the City Council tonight passed a successor bill designed to provide 10% affordable housing in new, rehabbed or converted apartment buildings that receive public subsidies. The legislation, spearheaded by Councilwoman Odette Ramos, is envisioned to create about 150 affordable units a year and would fulfill the city’s commitment to a fair housing plan, whose non-compliance at present threatens the flow of future federal housing dollars.

Article Source: Baltimore Brew

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