Hotel foes rally against subsidy plan

Bolstered by the news that a developer wants to build a downtown hotel without public money, dozens of people urged the Baltimore City Council yesterday to vote against the mayor's plan to give $25 million in tax breaks to developers of another proposed downtown hotel.


It was a last-ditch, pull-out-the-stops effort from opponents of the Wyndham Inner Harbor East hotel, who for months have used any argument available to try to thwart the city's plan to build the 750-room project.

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