As the 2nd hearing related to the death of Freddie Gray is tomorrow, on Thursday, September 10, and is quickly approaching, I am sending this communication out with important information regarding tomorrow, including the following topics: Read more
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When Councilman Costello discovered that the City’s only real estate lien certificate printer had broken down n early-July, disrupting and delaying more than 1,000 real estate transactions in Baltimore City, he wrote a letter to Henry Raymond, Director of the Department of Finance, expressing his concerns and requesting an immediate response, including a contingency plan. On September 3, Councilman Costello received the response (attached below). Read more
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Baltimore City’s lien certificate printer recently broke down resulting in a back log of over 1,000 lien certificates necessary to complete real estate transactions, bringing our real estate market to a screeching halt. Councilman Costello sent a letter to the Department of Finance seeking more information and pushing for the immediate development of a back-up plan, in an effort to ensure future continuity of our real estate market. The full letter is linked below and was recently covered in the Baltimore Sun.