Samuel B. Little, a University of Maryland School of Social Work professor and former city Housing Authority associate deputy director, said the city needs to focus on creating a pathway for owners out of such entanglements, before properties begin to decay.
“We have to recalibrate how we think about it, instead of just punitive actions,” Little said. “Sixteen-thousand vacant homes is unheard of. That’s a crisis.
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