Baltimore plans to demolish some Gilmor Homes buildings, relocate residents

Baltimore officials plan to relocate more than 120 families from West Baltimore’s troubled Gilmor Homes public housing project and demolish six buildings. Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday that the move is necessary to cut down on crime. The buildings in question are a hotbed for criminal activity, the mayor said. The roughly 132 units proposed for demolition house more than 120 families, Pugh said. She said they would be moved to better housing. (Balt. Sun)

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