To create a land use and redevelopment plan for the Middle East neighborhood north of Johns Hopkins Hospital. The plan will include a feasibility study for a biomedical research facility and a market analysis exploring other possible economic, retail, and residential uses.
Three grants in support of the development of a CitiStat system. The program will enable Baltimore City's municipal administration departments to analyze data to track progress, manage staff, deploy resources more effectively, and create cost savings.
For the development of a business plan for the Mount Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting.
In support of maintenance for the city park at Mount Vernon Place.
Two-year funding for travel expenses to bring filmmakers to Baltimore during the annual festival as a marketing tool to encourage film production in Baltimore and Maryland.
Toward the cost of a marketing and fiscal feasibility plan for the proposed expansion of the Senator Theatre.
For continued support of the Live Near Your Work program, in partnership with Citizens Planning and Housing Association. The purpose of the program is to provide financial incentives for employees who purchase homes in neighborhoods near their workplace.
For marketing activities, including website development and development of employee recruitment packets, to promote living in Baltimore City.
For a four-month study of the feasibility of establishing a Medical Technology Park within the Empowerment Zone at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Seed funding, including salaries, benefits and travel costs, earmarked for the development of housing units in northern Anne Arundel County, specifically for families being relocated from Baltimore City public housing.