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Mayor Young and DHCD Announce $3.3 Million in Capital Grants

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the City’s Department of Housing & Community Development named 25 grant awards today under the Community Catalyst Grants Program.  The grants, which total $3.3 million, are expected to help leverage over $52 million in development activity across Baltimore neighborhoods.

$68 Million Development Proposed for Park Heights

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development announced the winning proposal for the development of 17+ acres of city-owned vacant land in the Park Heights Major Redevelopment Area. The NHP Foundation was announced today as the selected team awarded the development rights and responsibilities for redevelopment of the area. Over the past five years, the City has assembled the land and invested more than $13 million in acquisition, relocation, and demolition costs.  

Deadline Extended for Homeowners’ Property Tax Credit Program

DHCD is encouraging Baltimore homeowners to utilize the property tax credit program for homeowners with a combined household income of less than $60,000.  Online applications for the tax credit can be submitted until October 1. The State of Maryland Homeowners’ Property Tax Credit program provides credits against the homeowner’s property tax bill if the property taxes exceed a fixed percentage of the homeowner’s gross income.

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Oct
22

Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission Meeting

Morgan State University
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