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Mayor Jack Young discusses ways to make Baltimore better

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It is no secret that we have our fair share of current issues, problems and needs here in Baltimore. Our mission at Baltimore Positive has been to openly discuss all of the civic concerns of our citizens with key figures in the hopes of driving change and improvement for our community.

For Episode 22, we took some time from our very busy Baltimore mayor Jack Young at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market to discuss many topics, issues and potential solutions. This is the first of three parts of a nearly hour-long dialogue about how to make our city better every day.

We will be working overtime this week with the upcoming holiday.

On Thursday, June 27 we’ll be back in Catonsville at Jennings Cafe with legendary educator Nancy Grasmick for an 11 a.m. Baltimore Positive chat.

Next week, it’s a morning doubleheader with Matthew Gallagher and Ron Shapiro joining us for patriotic crab cakes at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market from 9 am til noon on Tuesday, July 2nd.

We appreciate all of the incredible feedback we’ve gotten on our first two months of chatting with the movers, shakers and thought leaders around our Baltimore Positive mission.

 

 

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