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About KSweeley

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    25 years old, live in the Waverly community of Baltimore City
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  1. Maybe this Tweet from Trump was supposed to be a distraction from this scientific report being released: 6038923264
  2. This lack of transparency for a bid paid for by public money NEEDS to change, ANYTHING paid for using public money MUST be made publicly available so citizens of Baltimore City can know what exactly their money is going towards. Boston, Massachusetts has the correct idea about transparency since their entire 200+ page bid is uploaded and available for public viewing here (click on "Download our Proposal): https://amazon.boston.gov/
  3. WaPo just reported that the Trump Administration has actually released a scientific report regarding climate change and it recognizes human involvement: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/11/03/trump-administration-releases-report-finds-no-convincing-alternative-explanation-for-climate-change/?utm_term=.8aa5a03429f0&wpisrc=al_news__alert-hse--alert-national&wpmk=1 Link to Trump Administration report: https://science2017.globalchange.gov/
  4. Here's something that the Baltimore Sun has discovered, the Baltimore Amazon HQ2 bid was funded using public money but it can not be publicly released because the bid is in private hands, Baltimore Sun discovered that one other East Coast city, Boston, Massachusetts, set up a website for their Amazon HQ2 bid that has for public access, their full bid: https://amazon.boston.gov/ Headline of this article: Baltimore bid to woo Amazon was produced on the public dime, but city lawyers say it's in the hands of a private firm Link to Baltimore Sun article: http://www.baltimoresun.com/g00/news/maryland/investigations/bs-md-ci-sun-investigates-amazon-submission-20171102-story.html
  5. The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Netflix's House of Cards is ending and that it's unrelated to the recent allegations made against Spacey, the Baltimore Sun also reports that Netflix sent executives to Baltimore: http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/baltimore-insider-blog/bs-fe-netflix-announces-last-season-house-of-cards-amid-kevin-spacey-allegations-20171030-story.html
  6. Well this is very interesting, the Old Goucher Community Association has submitted a bid for Amazon's HQ2 campus identifying 200 acres of land and 15 million square feet of real estate that's within a 1 and 1/2 mile radius of Charles Street and North Avenue, the Old Goucher Community Association also reveals that Baltimore City Schools is considering vacating its headquarters on North Avenue: https://baltimorebrew.com/2017/10/20/community-group-pitches-amazon-on-a-different-site-center-baltimore/
  7. The Baltimore Sun is reporting that an annual MICA event that was supposed to open on October 19th won't be happening due to fire code violations that was just discovered: http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/baltimore-insider-blog/bs-fe-mica-haunted-house-canceled-20171019-story.html
  8. The Baltimore Sun just reported today that the Amazon HQ2 bid from Baltimore City has been submitted however the bid is being kept secret from the public and the state is refusing to provide details on the "incentive package" being offered to Amazon: http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bs-bz-amazon-ceremony-20171018-story.html
  9. I've personally noticed that the Red Line that replaced the 8 and 48 has been consistently late/no-show.
  10. Baltimore Sun article about Shorty's grill being found: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-shorty-grill-recovered-20171007-story.html
  11. Have you seen any improvements to Baltimore's public transit under Hogan's BaltimoreLink plan that he implemented in June?
  12. UPDATE: Duane "Shorty" Davis has found his grill: https://www.facebook.com/shortman9/videos/10210762929288591/ Here's some very angering and depressing news, Duane "Shorty" Davis, a Randallstown man known for going around Baltimore City feeding the homeless had his $5,000 grill that he hauled up from Antioch, Georgia stolen from him: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/breaking/bs-md-ci-shorty-grill-stolen-20171006-story.html
  13. Baltimore's resource for free books, The Book Thing, is reopening on October 14th according to the Baltimore Sun, it was closed since March 2016 due to a fire that essentially destroyed The Book Thing: http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/baltimore-insider-blog/bs-fe-book-thing-reopening-20171004-story.html
  14. Howard County somehow got all-electric buses but the Baltimore region hasn't gotten electric buses yet: