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Session Laws, 1958
Volume 619, Page 357   View pdf image (33K)
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THEODORE R. MCKELDIN, GOVERNOR                    357

politan Area Council of Juvenile Court Judges for joint and co-
operative action toward a broad cooperative approach to juvenile
problems throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area; and be it

Resolved, That the Secretary of the State be directed to send,
under the Great Seal of the State of Maryland, a copy of this Reso-
lution to the Washington Metropolitan Area Council of. Juvenile
Court Judges, the County Council of Montgomery County, The
County Commissioners of Prince George's County and the Commis-
sioners of the District of Columbia.

Approved April 4, 1958.

No. 20
(House Joint Resolution 21)

House Joint Resolution concerning the routing of the proposed East-
West Radial Expressway in the 900 block of Tyson Street in Bal-
timore and expressing opposition to the extinction of said block.

WHEREAS, it has come to our attention that the Baltimore City
Planning Commission proposes to route the East-West Radial
Expressway through the 900 block of Tyson Street; and

WHEREAS, Tyson Street is a unique and nationally known ex-
ample of private urban renewal that is not only a source of pride
to the citizens of Baltimore, but also an inspiration to the City's
greatly expanded urban renewal program; and

WHEREAS, the privately sponsored rehabilitation of Tyson Street
has more than trebled the assessed value of street property in the
last decade and has thereby brought substantially increased revenue
to the City of Baltimore; and

WHEREAS, the citizens of Baltimore are so interested in Tyson
Street that the Tyson Street Association has been able to contribute
thousands of dollars to local charities in the past 6 years through
the medium of holding an annual Open House Day and turning
all proceeds over to a different charity each year; and

WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the State of Maryland has
previously indicated its concern for the preservation of Tyson Street,
by providing in Chapter 521 of the Acts of 1957 that none of the
funds appropriated thereby may be used to condemn property in the
900 block of Tyson Street, or its immediate vicinity; and

WHEREAS, it is the intent of the General Assembly of Maryland to
preserve all rehabilitated property in the vicinity of the new State

EXPLANATION: Italics indicate new matter added to existing law.

[Brackets] indicate matter stricken from existing law.
CAPITALS indicate amendments to bill.
Strike out indicates matter stricken out of bill.


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