Chapter News

Baltimore Heritage is Hiring

Baltimore Heritage is hiring a Community Engagement & Communications Manager. This staff position will work to preserve and promote Baltimore’s historic places. Click here for more details.

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “Recovery in Puerto Rico”

As we have seen so often in recent times, communities must be resilient in the face of a whole range of natural and man-made disasters. Whether it is wildfires in the West, flooding along the Mississippi River and its tributaries in the Midwest, or the towns torn

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “Designing with nature”

As an alum of PennDesign, I have been receiving reminders that this year is the 50th anniversary of the publication of a major work, “Design with Nature,” by Ian McHarg. A Scotsman born near Glasgow, McHarg, after spending seven years in the British military during and following

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March 20, 2019 Central Maryland Transportation Alliance with Brian O’Malley Scribe Report

Click here to read Michael Cordes’ Scribe Report from the LAI Baltimore 3/20/19 lunch with Brian O’Malley: Central Maryland Transportation Alliance.

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February 27, 2019 Commercial Real Estate Update for the Baltimore Market with Michael Lester and Ed Steere Scribe Report

Click here to read Michael Cordes’ Scribe Report from the LAI Baltimore 2/27/19 lunch with Michael Lester and Ed Steere: Commercial Real Estate Update for the Baltimore Market.

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “This is no little plan”

“Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work …” Those are the words of Daniel Burnham, the architect and city planner best known for planning the World’s

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “A Baltimore optimist” – a tribute to former LAI Member, Martin L. Millspaugh, Jr.

With the approach of a new year, there is much unease about the state of the city. Crime, including homicides, remains at unacceptably high levels and places a cloud over efforts to invest in the city and its neighborhoods. Reports, both anecdotal and based on hard realities,

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Baltimore taps Highlandtown Community Development Veteran to Lead Planning Department, from the 1/15/19 Baltimore Business Journal

Mayor Catherine Pugh on Tuesday named Chris Ryer, the longtime head of the Southeast Community Development Corp., to lead the city’s planning department. Ryer will officially join the city on Feb. 11. He succeeds Tom Stosur, who retired on Oct. 1. Stosur served in the role for

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25 Simple Resolutions You Can Make to Improve Your City in 2019

With a little effort, your city can be better this year. Here are some effective ways to do it. Click here to read the Fast Company article.

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LAI Baltimore Members Ernst Valery and Al Ingraham Appointed to Commission to Oversee Affordable Housing

“An 11-member commission was appointed to oversee the effort by Mayor Catherine Pugh, who established a $20 million affordable housing trust fund Wednesday by signing a law passed recently by the City Council… The commission includes private developer Ernst Valery, Enterprise Community Partners executive David Bowers and

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