The Marc Steiner Show

Archive for Harbor Point

City Council Votes On Harbor Point Development Subsidies

Developer Michael Beatty, Harbor Point DevelopmentAugust 13, 2013 – Segment 1

We discuss the outcome of a City Council vote on the public subsidies to the $1.8 billion Harbor Point development project.

Our guests are: Baltimore City Councilman Carl Stokes, chair of the Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee, and Brenda McKenzie, President and CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation.

Harbor Point Development Update

August 8, 2013-Segment 2

Harbor Point UpdateWe get an update from Wednesday night’s Baltimore City Council hearing on the Harbor Point development and Baltimore’s inclusionary housing provision. Our guests include Jerry Singer, founder and former executive director of Health Care for the Homesless and Betty Robinson, longtime Baltimore resident and community organizer.


Harbor Point Development

August 5, 2013-Segment 1

Harbor PointWe look at the controversy surrounding development in Harbor Point. Our round table of panelists will include Baltimore City council members Carl Stokes and Rikki Spector, political activist and public health consultant Lawrence BrownLouis Miserendino, director of the McMullen of the Scholars Program at Calvert Hall College High School, and Anirban Basu, chairman & CEO of Sage Policy Group, Inc.






Local News Roundtable–Perkins Homes, Harbor Point, And Fair Development

perkinsJuly 19, 2013 – Segment 1

Actor and social commentator Keith Snipes sits in for Marc to host a roundtable on local news, including the Harbor Point development. Our guests are:

  • John Bullock, Professor of Political Science at Towson University, and
  • Lawrence Brown, political activist and public health consultant and Assistant Professor of Public Health at Morgan State University.

Then we’ll hear interviews that Marc Steiner conducted Wednesday outside Baltimore’s City Hall, where some 100 people gathered to protest city subsidies for the $1 Billion Harbor Point waterfront development. We hear from both supporters and opponents of the development. Those interviewees include Stelios Spiliadis, Anirban Basu, Leo Burroughs, Jonathan Melnick, and Sharone Henderson.