The nonprofit Baltimore Development Corporation has released an online survey for residents and businesses.
Find the survey here. Responses are due Dec. 20.
Answers gathered via the survey will be used “to create a strategic plan for economic development that will outline key steps for enhancing the economic and business climate in Baltimore,” according to the survey’s website.
Baltimore 2020 is the name for this survey. It shouldn’t be a surprise that 2020 is the tail end for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake‘s “10,000 families” plan, an effort she introduced to entice 10,000 new families — about 22,000 people — to move to Baltimore in the next decade.-30-
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