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Article, provided such additional power or

authority is not inconsistent with the terms

and provisions of this Article or with any

other provision or provisions of the Constitu-

tion of Maryland. The General Assembly

may place such other and further restric-

tions or limitations on the exercise of any

of the powers which it may grant to the

Mayor and City Council of Baltimore under

the provisions of this Article as it may

deem proper and expedient.

Sec. 3. The Baltimore Redevelopment

Commission may continue in existence and

shall have and may continue to exercise any

of the power and authority which is now or

hereafter may be vested in the Commission

by Law, until such time as such power and

authority of the Commission is validly

repealed by an Act of the General Assembly

of Maryland or by an ordinance or resolution

of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

and a new agency of the Mayor and City

Council of Baltimore is created to carry out

the objects and purposes for which the

Baltimore Redevelopment Commission was

originally created; and nothing contained

in this Article shall be taken or construed

to the contrary.


Section 1. The General Assembly of

Maryland, by public local law, may authorize

the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore:

(a) Within the City of Baltimore to

acquire land and property of every kind,

and any right, interest, franchise, easement

or privilege therein, by purchase, lease,

gift, condemnation or any other legal means,

for storing, parking and servicing self-

propelled vehicles, provided, that no petro-

leum products shall be sold or offered for

sale at any entrance to or exit from, any

land so acquired or at any entrance to, or

exit from, any structure erected thereon,

when any entrance to, or exit from, any

such land or structure faces on a street or

highway which is more than 25 feet wide

from curb to curb; and

(b) To sell, lease, convey, transfer or

otherwise dispose of any of said land or

property, regardless of whether or not it

has been developed, redeveloped, altered,

or improved and irrespective of the manner

or means in or by which it may have been

acquired, to any private, public or quasi

public corporation, partnership, association,

person or other legal entity.



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