Well, okay, they didn’t use that famously unintentionally risque headline. But they might have! That’s what this (actually quite useful) home canning article in the current issue of Baltimore City Paper is about!
Stirring up News and Views in Baltimore Maryland
The Baltimore City Council voted down a bill tonight that would potentially give it more power to override a mayoral veto. Bill 12-0111 would allow voters to decide whether to amend the city charter to allow two-thirds of the City Council to override a mayoral veto, compared to the present requirement of a three-quarters favorable [...]
A long-delayed project to redevelop West Baltimore’s blighted Poppleton neighborhood was beset by another delay after a city panel failed to approve a recommendation for $12.25 million in TIF tax bonds to the developer. The Board of Finance was set yesterday to approve the bond legislation – the first step in a lengthy process that [...]
“Ha ha, so not a surprise.” “Shocking…not!!” We get applause but also the occasional eye-roll these days for our accountability reporting – like last week’s piece about how tax cuts promised by the mayor as a selling point for Horseshoe Baltimore probably won’t happen, thanks to the casino’s lower-than-expected revenues. We get where the [...]