Port Cov­ing­ton de­serves city’s bless­ings

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - Mary Ellen Stepowany, Bal­ti­more

Colum­nist Dan Ro­dricks (“Port Cov­ing­ton and the ‘two Bal­ti­mores,’” Sept. 11) has pro­vided con­tin­ued food for thought.

I, too, be­lieve that Kevin Plank is well­rooted in Bal­ti­more and has done ev­ery­thing to ac­com­mo­date the many fac­tions who want their voices heard in re­gard to his pro­posed Port Cov­ing­ton de­vel­op­ment. But even the most well-rooted plant can suc­cumb when too much wa­ter is ap­plied. I cer­tainly hope that won’t hap­pen with Sag­amore De­vel­op­ment as city lead­ers con­tinue to try and put road­blocks in the way of what cer­tainly is the big­gest project ever to ben­e­fit Bal­ti­more.

Sag­amore De­vel­op­ment, at the di­rec­tion of Kevin Plank, has done so much for Bal­ti­more in­clud­ing in a big way ef­forts to im­prove the qual­ity of the life of our chil­dren.

I am a native Bal­ti­morean who lives in the city and has worked more than 50 years here. Even I can rec­og­nize a vi­sion­ary and a good deal that we should be em­brac­ing with both arms.

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