The Real Estate Watch column in the Real Estate section of...

Real Estate Watch

June 16, 1996

The Real Estate Watch column in the Real Estate section of yesterday's editions gave an incorrect date for a meeting of the Baltimore Campaign, an initiative to promote the city that is coordinated by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

The meeting is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m. July 18 at the Baltimore Urban League.

The Sun regrets the error.

'Campaign' aims to rebuild city's ebbing population

The "Baltimore Campaign" -- an initiative designed to promote the city -- will meet from 8 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m. Tuesday at the Baltimore Urban League.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

The organization had its first strategic planning session last month at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. Committees were formed and are scheduled to meet throughout this month to come up with an implementation plan. The groups include Residential Incentives, Public Safety, Education, Fun/Diversity, Urban Development and Marketing & Promoting Baltimore. The campaign is being coordinated by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

The campaign is a response to the declining city population. Baltimore has lost some 200,000 residents in the past quarter-century, and the Baltimore Campaign is seeking ways to attract people to live in the city. For information, call Pamela King at 539-1369.

Realtors' conference set for Atlantic City

"Hit The Jackpot" is the theme of the 44th annual conference of the Maryland Association of Realtors, Sept. 16-18 at Bally's Park Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. It will include a hands-on technology room featuring the latest computer products aimed at the real estate professional. A limited amount of exhibition space is still available, according to Vivian Feen, conference chairman.

For additional information, call the Maryland Association of Realtors at (410) 841-6080 or (800) 638-6425.

Pub Date: 6/16/96

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