City Council is responding to the call of thousands of city residents declaring that $2 million in the Affordable Housing Trust Fund is not enough- we need community-driven development in our neighborhoods to deconstruct vacants, provide jobs, and create more affordable housing!
Next Monday, together with co-sponsors Jack Young, Ryan Dorsey, and Brandon Scott, Councilman John Bullock will introduce legislation to #FundTheTrust! The Fund The Trust Act will raise $20 million dollars annually to develop, maintain, and provide services for deeply affordable housing in Baltimore. The Fund will be governed by community residents- responsive to the people and our neighborhoods' needs.
Community residents will share the work that is happening on the ground, right now, to reclaim and rebuild our communities.
Join us for a press conference and legislative announcement for the Fund The Trust Act Monday at 4 PM at City Hall (100 Holliday Street, 4th Floor).
100 Holliday St
Baltimore, MD 21202
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