PIMLICO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

Chair: D. Christopher (Chris) Ryer, Director, Baltimore City Department of Planning

Senators representing Legislative Election Districts 40 & 41: Jill P. Carter; Antonio L. Hayes.

Delegates representing Legislative Election Districts 40 & 41, appointed by House Speaker: Tony Bridges; one vacancy.

Appointed by Mayor of Baltimore City after consultation with Baltimore City Delegation members representing Legislative Election Districts 40 & 41 to 3-year terms: Gloria Cinquegrani, 2015; Ramsey Harris, 2016; Mereida D. Goodman, 2017; Marc Broady, Esq., 2020; Nechama J. Cox, 2020; Eric Lee, 2020; Leslie McCuaig, 2020; R. Anthony Mills, 2021; Zanes E. Cypress III, 2023; Willie Flowers, 2023.

Staff: vacancy


[photo, Charles L. Benton, Jr., Building, 417 East Fayette St., Baltimore, Maryland] c/o Baltimore City Department of Planning
Charles L. Benton, Jr., Building, 8th floor
417 East Fayette St., Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 396-7526
e-mail: laurie.feinberg@baltimorecity.gov
web: https://planning.baltimorecity.gov/about-pimlico-community-development-authority

Charles L. Benton, Jr., Building, 417 East Fayette St., Baltimore, Maryland, June 2006. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.


In October 2005, the Pimlico Community Development Authority was established by the General Assembly (Chapter 603, Acts of 2005). In November 2008, it was restructured (Chapter 4, Acts of 2007 Special Session).

To pay for facilities and services in communities within a two-mile radius of Pimlico Race Course, the Authority twice yearly receives funds from a horse-racing special fund. Further, for local impact grants from video-lottery terminal receipts beginning in Fiscal Year 2012, the Authority serves as the local [video lottery] development council for the Pimlico neighborhood in Baltimore City (Code State Government Article, sec. 9-1A-31).

The Authority consists of fifteen members. They include the Baltimore City Director of Planning, who serves as chair; the two State senators representing Legislative Election Districts 40 and 41; two delegates (one each from Legislative Election Districts 40 & 41) appointed by the House Speaker; and ten members (five of whom reside or own businesses in the area) appointed by the Baltimore City Mayor after consultation with the legislative delegation representing Districts 40 and 41 (Code Business Regulation Article, secs. 11-1201 through 11-1205).

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