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Mar. 28, 2014 9:15 am

Downtown Partnership wants to divide downtown into 9 neighborhoods [Links]

"Some of the neighborhoods on Downtown Partnership’s new map, such as Seton Hill and Mount Vernon, have long had their own clearly defined boundaries. But others, such as the area surrounding the Baltimore Basilica and now dubbed Cathedral Hill, seemed like it was part of another neighborhood but was in fact considered downtown."

Downtown Partnership wants to divide ‘downtown Baltimore’ into 9 distinct neighborhoods [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Some of the neighborhoods on Downtown Partnership’s new map, such as Seton Hill and Mount Vernon, have long had their own clearly defined boundaries. But others, such as the area surrounding the Baltimore Basilica and now dubbed Cathedral Hill, seemed like it was part of another neighborhood but was in fact considered downtown.”

Md. lawmakers OK ban on ticket-scalping software [The Daily Record]: “Software used by ticket scalpers to buy up the best seats at concerts and sporting events would be banned in Maryland under a measure that has cleared the Maryland General Assembly.”

New security cameras unveiled at county schools [Baltimore Brew]: “A beefed-up network of security cameras have been placed in all 107 Baltimore County elementary schools, allowing police to immediately connect with the network offsite.”

 

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