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Maryland governor targets blight in Baltimore with plan to raze vacant buildings

Mr Hogan seeks US$75m over the next 4 years to demolish vacant buildings and replace them with green spaces.


MARYLAND Governor Larry Hogan has unveiled plans to knock down thousands of vacant buildings in Baltimore, replace them with parks and green space, and offer incentives to developers who want to bring new projects there.

Mr Hogan announced last week the joint effort by

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