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Affordable Housing Program

This is Subtitle 2A of the Baltimore City Code, titled “Affordable Housing Program.” It is part of Article 13, titled “Housing and Urban Renewal.” It contains 53 laws.

Editor's Note: Ordinance 10-383, which enacted this subtitle, becomes effective May 26, 2011.
§ 2A-1
Definitions.
§ 2B-1
Definitions – General.
§ 2A-2
Findings.
§ 2B-2
Definitions – Mandatory, prohibitory, and permissive terms.
§ 2A-3
Program established.
§ 2B-3
Definitions – Affordability standards.
§ 2A-4
Rules and regulations.
§ 2B-4
Findings and policy.
§ 2A-5
Program capitalization.
§ 2B-5
Rules of construction.
§ 2B-6
Scope and applicability.
§ 2B-7
Rules and regulations.
§ 2B-8 to 2B-10
{Reserved}
§ 2B-11
Board Established.
§ 2B-12
Composition.
§ 2B-13
Board officers; expenses.
§ 2B-14
Meetings; quorum; voting.
§ 2B-15
Staff.
§ 2B-16
Annual Report.
§ 2B-17
Duties.
§ 2B-18 to 2B-20
{Reserved}
§ 2B-21
Project receiving major public subsidy.
§ 2B-22
Project benefitting from significant land use authorization or rezoning.
§ 2B-23
Other projects – 30 or more units.
§ 2B-24
Other projects – Less than 30 units.
§ 2B-25 to 2B-30
{Reserved}
§ 2B-31
Comparable design.
§ 2B-32
Placement.
§ 2B-33
Simultaneous offering.
§ 2B-34
Right of first refusal.
§ 2B-35
Eligibility to purchase or rent.
§ 2B-36
Owner-occupancy of ownership units.
§ 2B-37
Management of rental units.
§ 2B-38 to 2B-40
{Reserved}
§ 2B-41
“Off-site” defined.
§ 2B-42
In general.
§ 2B-43
Application.
§ 2B-44
Minimum criteria.
§ 2B-45
Review.
§ 2B to 2B-50
2B to {Reserved}
§ 2B-51
Rental units.
§ 2B-52
Ownership units.
§ 2B-53 to 2B-60
{Reserved}
§ 2B-61
Fund established.
§ 2B-62
Revenue sources.
§ 2B-63
Use of Fund – General.
§ 2B-64
Use of Fund – Administration.
§ 2B-65
Use of Fund – Public assistance.
§ 2B-66
Administration.
§ 2B-67
Reporting to Board.
§ 2B-68 to 2B-70
{Reserved}
§ 2B-71
Administrative appeals.
§ 2B-72
Judicial and appellate review.