Baltimore's plan to demolish derelict houses will speed revitalization

08/27/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

The Baltimore Sun writes in this editorial that Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's plan to speed demolition of Baltimore's vacant homes is essential to reclaiming the city's vibrancy. The plan directs $22 million to tearing down 1,500 abandoned houses over 2½ years, then turning the properties into parks or gardens in the short term and allowing developers to purchase them in the long term.

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