Declaring that he wants to help make Baltimore a more livable city, Gov. Larry Hogan is promising a plan to "knock down blocks of derelict buildings" and to fix the city's "broken" transit system.
In an opinion piece in The Baltimore Sun, the Republican governor reaffirmed his commitment to the Democratic-dominated city, which he called "bustling, amazing, beautiful."
City Hall welcomed Hogan's show of support, which came after the governor met Thursday night with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
"The mayor is pleased to see the governor continue to talk about his commitment to wanting to assist Baltimore," said Howard Libit, a...