Roughly Speaking podcast: Nick Mosby on Baltimore's property tax; Henry Hong's backyard chickens (episode 63)

In this podcast:

  • 2:00: This old house: Baltimore mayoral candidate Nick Mosby talks about the old rowhouse he and his wife, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, renovated in Reservoir Hill and relates it to his proposals for lowering the city's property tax rate by 15 percent and for dealing with thousands of vacant properties.  (Note: Nick Mosby dropped out of the race on April 13.)

  • 26:28: Urban egg man: Henry Hong, self-described food nerd and manager of the Thames Street Oyster House in Fells Point, talks about the very productive Golden Comet hens he keeps in his Baltimore backyard.


 

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