No more Failed Development, We demand Fair Development
Meet in the parking lot behind
1405 Russell St
Baltimore, MD 21230
NO More FAILED DEVELOPMENT
We need Fair Development that produces…
-Good union jobs for Baltimore residents
-Well-funded schools for our children
-Strong communities for everyone
Maryland voters were told that legalizing gaming would bring good jobs to our communities, but Caesar’s Casino has yet to make good on this promise.
Time and again developers have benefited from public funds, subsidies, and tax incentives. But developers keep breaking the promise of building a better Baltimore.
The Hyatt Regency was constructed with public subsidies on city-owned land. Developer David Cordish pays virtually no rent on his Inner Harbor Power Plant development. Yet both of these developers offer only low-paying temporary and unstable jobs that keep workers in poverty.
Let’s hold Caesar’s accountable!
Join the Campaign for Fair Development and put an end to failed development!
Demonstration, Saturday April 20, 2013
Like the new campaign facebook page: www.facebook.com/FairDevelopment
Hosted by Communities and Churches United, UNITE HERE Local 7, United Workers, Teamsters, Operating Engineers, Interfaith Worker Justice, and more.