A group of several squeegee workers were gathered in the median of President Street in downtown Baltimore during rush hour Tuesday, a familiar sight in a city where young people offering to wash motorists’ windows for cash have been a fixture for decades. Except they weren’t supposed to be there. As of Tuesday morning, the city’s squeegeeing ban along six major corridors took effect, with Baltimore Police able to deliver warnings to squeegee workers. And in one month, a third warning will carry the penalty of a citation and potential fine for workers ages 18 and above.
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January 12, 2023