An interesting exchange is taking place.
Meanwhile, the city is arranging $35 million in tax increment financing for the expansion of the Under Armour campus at
I'm all for more recreational facilities, and there may be much good to be said for both of these efforts. But somehow I get the eerie feeling that as "one hand washes the other," it's the taxpayers of Baltimore who are getting cleaned out. Perhaps, if there were more transparency in city government and more openness about who benefits from tax incentives, we could celebrate Under Armour's corporate successes with a whole heart.