We’re not sure about each and every one of the 26 policy proposals City Council President Brandon Scott rolled out Wednesday morning in his sweeping plan for tackling Baltimore’s crime, corruption, troubled schools and disaffected youth. Some need a lot more fleshing out. Some may be difficult if not impossible to achieve anytime soon. Some describe things that are already happening to one degree or another. But collectively, they represent the most cogently presented, comprehensive agenda for moving the city forward that we’ve seen from a Baltimore elected official in quite some time. When voters swept out the old City Council and replaced its members with a young, ambitious set of leaders, this is what they expected. It’s a shame it’s taken us three years to get here.