District 11 City Council Candidate Eric Costello on Housing

Eric Costello was appointed to the City Council after Bill Cole left to head BDC, and is now the incumbent. He was the first to respond to the housing questionnaire, and his responses appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your Read more about District 11 City Council Candidate Eric Costello on Housing[…]

District 10 City Council Candidates on Housing

Two candidates responded to the questionnaire, their responses are linked below: Ed Reisinger (incumbent) Christine Digman The following candidates did not respond:  Michael Nolet, Wanda Grimes, Charlie Metz, Erica White, and Amanda Maminski

District 10 City Council Candidate Christine Digman on Housing

Christine Digman was the second of two District 10 candidates to respond to the questionnaire. Her answers are below, with no edits. 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to Read more about District 10 City Council Candidate Christine Digman on Housing[…]

District 10 City Council Candidate Ed Reisinger on Housing

Ed Reisinger, the incumbent City Councilman, was the first of two candidates to respond to the questionnaire. His answers are below, with no edits. 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you Read more about District 10 City Council Candidate Ed Reisinger on Housing[…]

Radio Silence from District 9 City Council Candidates

No City Council candidates for District 9 responded to the housing questionnaire. The candidates are as follows: Kenneth Ebron, Octavia Njuhigu, Nathaniel Anderson, John Bullock, JB Kenney, Shawn Key, Pete Welch (the incumbent), Jamie Frierson, and Travis Robertson.

District 8 City Council Candidate David Smallwood on Housing

David Smallwood was the third District 8 candidate to respond to the housing questionnaire. His responses are below, with no edits. 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay Read more about District 8 City Council Candidate David Smallwood on Housing[…]

District 8 City Council Candidate Kristerfer Burnett on Housing

The second candidate from District 8 to respond to the questionnaire was Kristerfer Burnett. His responses appear below, with no edits. 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay Read more about District 8 City Council Candidate Kristerfer Burnett on Housing[…]

DIstrict 7 City Council Candidate Antonio Asa on Housing

Antonio Asa was the only candidate from District 7 to respond to the housing questionnaire, and his responses appear below, with no edits. The following candidates did not respond: Tamara Purnell, Marshall Bell, Kenneth Paul Church, Kerry Davidson, Jamar Day, David McMillan, Leon Pinkett, Ahmed Royalty, Shawn Tarrant, Westley West, Nnamdi Scott. 1. Baltimore City Read more about DIstrict 7 City Council Candidate Antonio Asa on Housing[…]

The Housing Questionnaire: Candidate Responses

Questionnaires were sent to all mayoral candidates, city council candidates, and city council president candidates about housing issues in Baltimore City. Each group was sent the same questions, and were given a strict deadline. Each group’s responses are linked below: Mayoral Candidates City Council President Candidates City Council Candidates, By District: District 1 District 2 Read more about The Housing Questionnaire: Candidate Responses[…]

District 6 City Council Candidate Sharon Green-Middleton on Housing

Since the incumbent, Councilwoman Sharon Green-Middleton, is the only District 6 candidate who responded to the questionnaire, there’s no need for a separate page with links to candidate responses. The candidates who did not respond are as follows:  Mark Hughes, Timothy Mercer, Richard Thomas White, Jr. Councilwoman Green-Middleton’s responses are below, with no edits: 1. Read more about District 6 City Council Candidate Sharon Green-Middleton on Housing[…]

District 5 City Council Candidates MIA?

This is a first — not one candidate running for City Council in District 5 responded to the housing questionnaire. The candidates are as follows: Christopher Ervin, Betsy Gardner, Derrick Lennon, Elizabeth Martinez, Isaac Shieifer, Kinji Scott, and Sharif Small.

District 4 City Council Candidates on Housing

Four candidates responded to the questionnaire, making District 4 the most prolific thus far. However, one candidate, Rodney Burris, sent his responses 4 hours after the deadline. In an effort to be fair to all of the candidates, since the beginning (starting with the mayoral candidate questionnaires) any candidate whose responses were received after the Read more about District 4 City Council Candidates on Housing[…]

District 4 City Council Candidate Francesco Legaluppi on Housing

Francesco Legaluppi was the third candidate to respond to the questionnaire. His responses appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay for your plan? Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Francesco Legaluppi on Housing[…]

District 4 City Council Candidate Bill Henry on Housing

Bill Henry, the incumbent Councilman for District 4, was the second to respond to our questionnaire. His answers appear below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Bill Henry on Housing[…]

District 4 City Council Candidate Brian Hammock on Housing

Brian Hammock was the first District 4 candidate to respond to the housing questionnaire. His responses are below, with no edits: 1. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. How do you intend to clean up blight in your district that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay Read more about District 4 City Council Candidate Brian Hammock on Housing[…]

District 3 Candidate Ryan Dorsey on Housing

Of all the candidates running for City Council in District 3, Ryan Dorsey is the only one to respond to the housing questionnaire, therefore there will not be a separate candidate link page. The following candidates did not respond: Beatrice Brown, Marques Dent, Jermaine Jones, Alicia Joynes, Steven Mitchell, George VanHook Sr., Andreas Spilliadis. Ryan Read more about District 3 Candidate Ryan Dorsey on Housing[…]

City Council President Candidate Susan Gaztañaga on Housing

Susan Gaztañaga was the fourth candidate to respond to the housing questionnaire, and her responses appear below, with no edits: Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. Do you have a plan to direct the City Council for cleaning up the blight that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose Read more about City Council President Candidate Susan Gaztañaga on Housing[…]

City Council President Candidates on Housing in Baltimore

Four candidates managed to get their responses back in a relatively timely fashion — each candidate, as with the mayoral candidates, will receive their own page, with their response listed in its entirety with no edits. It should be noted that the following City Council President candidates did not respond to the questionnaire:  David Anthony Read more about City Council President Candidates on Housing in Baltimore[…]

City Council President Candidate Kim Trueheart on Housing

Kim Trueheart’s responses appear below, with no edits. She was the third candidate to respond to the questionnaire. Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. Do you have a plan to direct the City Council for cleaning up the blight that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous plans? And how do you propose to pay Read more about City Council President Candidate Kim Trueheart on Housing[…]

City Council President Candidate Jack Young on Housing

Jack Young is currently the City Council President, and is running to keep his seat. His answers to the housing questionnaire appear below, with no edits: Baltimore City has 30,000+ vacant homes. Do you have a plan to direct the City Council for cleaning up the blight that isn’t a rehash or continuation of previous Read more about City Council President Candidate Jack Young on Housing[…]