Toward the expansion of the Communities Organized to Revitalize the Environment (CORE) Program. Funding supports after-school activities for Baltimore City public school students.
Toward salaries for caseworkers, loan processors, and rehabilitation specialists for a senior home modification program. The purpose of the effort is to integrate home health intervention, home modification, and ongoing support to promote independent living for low- to moderate-income seniors in their homes.
Two grants for capital improvements to establish a photography school, offering full-year and one-semester courses, workshops, and weekend seminars for adult, non-degree photography students.
For staffing costs of an attorney and related expenses for St. Ambrose Legal Services, in support of its program designed to address mortgage scams in Baltimore City.
Toward a study of fraudulent mortgage lending practices in Baltimore City.
Toward renovation costs of five vacant houses on Madison Avenue in the Reservoir Hill community in an effort to help stabilize the neighborhood.
For expenses related to research on tax implications of the historic rehabilitation mortgage credit certificate for prospective beneficiaries. The purpose of the program is to provide homeownership opportunities for individuals and families of modest means by enabling them to rehabilitate older housing stock, thus revitalizing deteriorating neighborhoods.
Two-year funding for positions of office manager and sales agent.
Two grants in support of the Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative, including moving expenses to accommodate staff expansion; and two-year funding of the position of Assistant Director.
Two-year funding in support of an Assistant Program Manager. Responsibilities include assisting in the oversight of acquisitions, renovations, and sale of houses in the neighborhood as part of an effort to halt deterioration and vacancies.