Has the fact that the Redline Project in Baltimore has been taken off the table affected anyone besides me and the investments I've been putting in the 21223. Four single family homes that were rehabbed and rented with the intentions of maybe selling once the Redline Project got into full swing. Now it seems that I'll have to deal with section8 and MBQ for even more years than anticipated to get my money back.
Wow, I'm sorry to hear that.
In fact, this is the first of me hearing about the Redline Project being taken off the table. When was this announced?
Governor Hogan pulled it but allowed for the purple line around
WashingtonDC to proceed
I live near and have been making investment plans around the Purple Line. I know that I was sweating hard over Gov. Hogan's decision, and the hurdles that we have left still leave me mildly concerned despite the "green light". While relieved for my community, I feel terrible for Baltimore, who really needs better transit. I'm sure that there are many others in your situation, Steve, who got hosed by the project's cancellation. It's astounding to see the long-term ramifications that from that one election last November.
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