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Secretary Shaun Donovan in Baltimore, Maryland [for tour of] Cherry Hill [Homes and press conference highlighting energy efficient updates implemented as part of the Obama Administration's Better Buildings Challenge. Joining Secretary Donovan were Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland Secretary of Housing and Community Development Raymond Skinner, and Housing Authority of Baltimore City Deputy Executive Director Anthony Scott, among others.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Baltimore, Maryland [for tour of] Cherry Hill [Homes and press conference highlighting energy efficient updates implemented as part of the Obama Administration's Better Buildings Challenge. Joining Secretary Donovan were Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland Secretary of Housing and Community Development Raymond Skinner, and Housing Authority of Baltimore City Deputy Executive Director Anthony Scott, among others.]

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Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD

Photo Creation Date: 1/31/2014
Secretary Shaun Donovan in Baltimore, Maryland [for tour of] Cherry Hill [Homes and press conference highlighting energy efficient updates implemented as part of the Obama Administration's Better Buildings Challenge. Joining Secretary Donovan were Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland Secretary of Housing and Community Development Raymond Skinner, and Housing Authority of Baltimore City Deputy Executive Director Anthony Scott, among others.]

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