We cannot support the proposed TIF for Harbor Point.

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Lisa Colletti
6 years ago
TOO MUCH SPRAWL AND CRAWL too much cement and destruction of scenic vistas and PUBLIC open space.

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Lucas Coirolo
6 years ago
Because rich people have a disease called greed

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Alex Csicsek
7 years ago
I support downtown development but once again we have got the balance wrong. Beatty isn't building just to improve the city's image, he's building to make money - so the city shouldn't just let this go through to improve its image, but to make a bit of money itself. Money to be reinvested into the real Baltimore that spreads for so many miles beyond the Gold Coast.

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Ryan Donnelly
7 years ago
We need to realign our priorities: focus on infrastructure, schools, transportation, combating sprawl and job loss -- tax relief (corporate welfare) for the wealthy only deepens the economic and social divides in our city and will do nothing to make Baltimore a more peaceful, livable city.

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Kristin Walsh
7 years ago
I don't want the traffic, it's not going to bring in jobs and I'm worried about the enviornment

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Jared Morgan
7 years ago
Messed up

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Kelly Connelly
7 years ago
The developers already stand to make an enormous profit from this project. The city cannot afford to give such generous tax credits and benefits.

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Nelson Vasconcelos
7 years ago
We need to invest in Baltimore NEIGHBORHOODS.

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Janette Wheeler
7 years ago
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Karen Kearney
7 years ago
Though my taxes are consistently raised, which I am generally okay with, the school in my area still doesn't have air conditioning. Money is important for the city's education system, yet none seems to be getting there no matter how many proposals I vote for of which profits are supposed to go to the schools. A tax cut for the wealthiest does not help our budget problems.