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Maryland Code, Housing and Community Development § 15-101

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(a) In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.

(b) “Baltimore Authority” means the Housing Authority of Baltimore City.

(c)(1) “Housing project” means a work or undertaking that is planned, acquired, owned, used, developed, constructed, reconstructed, rehabilitated, or improved to provide:

(i) housing, of which a substantial part shall be for persons of eligible income;  and

(ii) streets, roads, sewers, water service, and other supporting public or private commercial, educational, cultural, recreational, community, or civic facilities that are needed for sound community development.

(2) “Housing project” includes lands, buildings, improvements, and other real or personal property.

(d) “Person of eligible income” means an individual or a family that lacks sufficient income or assets without financial assistance to live in decent, safe, and sanitary housing without overcrowding.

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