Landlords (and tenants) take note
It's the end of an era -- no longer can Baltimore City landlords toss tenants' possessions onto the street after an eviction. Not legally, at least.
John Fritze reports in an online version of a story to run in tomorrow's paper:
Under the new law, ... landlords are required to give a tenant two weeks' notice before the eviction. If the tenant's belongings are in the unit at the time of eviction, the landlord may take them to a landfill or donate them, but they may not be left on the streets. Landlords who violate the law would face a $1,000 fine.