December 15, 2017

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John Marshall | Md. Legal Aid

John Marshall joined Maryland Legal Aid as the new chief attorney of Maryland Legal Aid’s Montgomery County office. His previous experience includes practicing as a private attorney in mostly civil litigation as a partner at both Moldawer and Marshall, P.C. (1986 to 2005) and Mulhern, Patterson, & Marshall LLP (2005 to November 2017). John earned …

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Erin Robertson | TKF Foundation

The TKF Foundation, which supports and advocates for the creation of meaningful urban greenspaces, has appointed Erin Robertson as its new executive director, effective Jan.  1, 2018. Robertson most recently served as TKF’s director of enrichment grants; prior to this, she was with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s development department. She also previously spent time working …

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Amazon delivers gifts to Baltimore for Toys for Tots

Amazon backed up its 53-foot Holiday Giving Truck to the front door of Baltimore’s City Hall on Thursday and unloaded $15,000 worth of toys for Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s holiday reception, which benefits the U.S. Marines’ Toys for Tots program. Amazon is making a six-state donation tour to benefit organizations in need …

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Amtrak choses developer for Penn Station overhaul

Amtrak has chosen a team of developers, including Beatty Development and Cross Street Partners, to transform Penn Station and surrounding properties owned by the organization. Amtrak announced plans Thursday to negotiate a master development deal with Penn Station Partners, which also includes Armada Hoffler Properties, Gensler, WSP USA, Network Rail Consulting and Mace Group. “Baltimore …

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Owner of Pratt Street building seeks plaza upgrades to improve public safety

Corporate Office Property Trust wants to upgrade the plaza around 250 W. Pratt St. to improve public safety in the area. A proposal to modify the public area along Pratt Street was proposed to Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel on Thursday. The property is public but COPT would essentially be donating the improvements …

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