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Rawlings-Blake signs off on Port Covington public financing

Rawlings-Blake signs off on Port Covington public financing

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake committed the city Wednesday to $660 million in public financing for roads, utilities and other infrastructure at Port Covington, site of Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's $5.5 billion waterfront development — a step she called "one of the most significant milestones of Baltimore's modern history."

Flanked by City Council members, Plank's deputies and community activists, Rawlings-Blake signed legislation that authorizes the city to issue taxpayer-backed bonds to help pay for improvements around the sprawling project that supporters say will transform a largely industrial South Baltimore peninsula with offices, shops, homes,...

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