Baltimore Mayor Awards $3.3 Million in Grants for Neighborhood Revitalization

Nicole Rojas
Oct 7, 2019 - 9:00
Baltimore Mayor Awards $3.3 Million in Grants for Neighborhood Revitalization

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the city’s Department of Housing and Community Development announced they were awarding $3.3 million in grants to revitalize neighborhoods around the city. Twenty-five winning recipients under the Community Catalyst Grants (CCG) Program will use the grants to complete capital projects, including those dealing with affordable housing and how to flip homes. The CCG Program previously awarded $2 million of operating funds to local organizations in March. The winning projects will focus on promoting “transformational, neighborhood led investments that significantly remove blighting influences, create a diversity of uses, and foster neighborhood-owned and led...

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