City bond issuesQuestion A$8 million Community Development...

November 08, 1995

City bond issues

Question A

$8 million Community Development Loan. Continuing development of housing and renewal programs. Includes renovation of parks and playgrounds, market improvements, housing rehabilitiation, residential and commercial loans to promote home ownership and property improvements.

*Yes .. 35,034 .. .. 80.1%

*No .. .8,705 .. .. .19.9%

Question B

$2.5 million Residential and Commercial Financing Loan. Financing for housing development and restoration of vacant properties.

*Yes .. ..32,943 .. ..78.0%

*No .. .. 9,303 .. .. 22.0%

Question C

$6.5 million Economic Development Loan. Funding for job-creating projects. Includes industrial development in Fairfield and East Baltimore, biotechnology projects, Howard Street revitalization, Children's Museum.

*Yes .. .. 31,650 .. ..77.1%

*No .. ... 9,388 .. .. 22.9%

Question D

$1 Sinai Hospital Loan. Will help finance a $12 million emergency room expansion.

*Yes .. ..29,983 .. ..72.3%

*No .. ...11,493 ... .27.7%

Question E

$1 Asbestos Management Program Loan. Will fund ongoing

asbestos removal in city buildings.

*Yes .. ..32,898 .. ..79.5%

*No .. .. 8,465 .. .. 20.5%

Question F

$500,000 Recreation and Parks Loan. Improvements to the

Cherry Hill Park Swimming Pool and Bath House.

Yes .. .. 37,068 .. ..84.5%

*No .. ... 6,825 .. .. 15.5%

Question G

$2.225 million Baltimore Zoo Loan. For construction of an Earth Conservation Center.

*Yes .. .. 31,811 .. ..78.1%

*No .. ... 8,943 .. .. 21.9%

Question H$10 million School Loan. For repairs and renovations at several Baltimore City schools.

*Yes .. ..39,520 .. ..85.9%

*No .. ...6,464 .. ...14.1%

All precincts reporting.

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