Two grants toward administrative costs promoting Maglev, a magnetic levitation high-speed train that, when fully operational, will reduce travel time between Baltimore and Washington to 16 minutes.
To provide operating support for six nonprofit organizations participating in the Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative in targeted Baltimore neighborhoods. The purpose of the initiative is to increase homeownership, to stabilize as well as increase market values of homes, and to enhance the ambiance of the neighborhoods.
Four-year funding for leasehold improvements to the historic Hippodrome Theatre, a venue to house Baltimore's premier Broadway road shows in the heart of the West Side redevelopment area.
Two grants for staffing and expansion of ceramic art after-school programs for the 2000-2001 school year in 18 Baltimore City public middle schools.
For general support to promote the cultural arts in Baltimore City and throughout Maryland.
Toward relocation costs of their headquarters to 34 Market Place. The new location affords a highly visible venue for contemporary art works and will become an expanded resource center for artists living in Maryland.
In support of an after-school outreach theater program for Baltimore City middle-school and high-school students.
For interim operating expenses to support the expanded membership and marketing campaign of the Carroll Mansion in southwest Baltimore.
For support of the 2001 CityARTS Grant Program. The funds are earmarked to benefit emerging and small arts organizations committed to serving youth and disadvantaged neighborhoods.