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ment to the qualified voters of the State of Maryland for
adoption or rejection.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted ~by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, (three-fifths of all the members of each of the two
Houses concurring), That the following Article to follow im-
mediately after Article XIC, and to be known as Article XID,
be and the same is hereby proposed as an amendment to the
Constitution of Maryland, which Article, if adopted by the
qualified voters of the State of Maryland, as herein provided,
shall thereby, by such adoption, be and become a part of the
Constitution of Maryland:
ARTICLE XID
PORT DEVELOPMENT
1. The General Assembly of Maryland, by public local law,
may authorize the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore:
(a) To acquire land and property of every kind, and any
right, interest, franchise, easement or privilege therein, in,
adjoining or in the vicinity of the Patapsco River or its tribu-
taries, by purchase, lease, gift, condemnation or any other
legal means, for or in connection with extending, developing
or improving the harbor or port of Baltimore and its facilities
and the highways and approaches thereto; and
(b) To sell, lease, convey, transfer or otherwise dispose of
any of said land or property, regardless of whether or not it is
undeveloped or has been developed, redeveloped, altered, or im-
proved and irrespective of the manner or means in or by which
it may have been acquired, to any private, public or quasi
public corporation, partnership, association, person or other
legal entity.
No land or property taken by the Mayor and City Council
of Baltimore for any of the aforementioned purposes or in
connection with the exercise of any of the powers which may
be granted to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore pur-
suant to this Article by exercising the power of eminent
domain, shall be taken without just compensation, as agreed
upon between the parties, or awarded by a jury, being first
paid or tendered to the party entitled to such compensation.
All land or property needed, or taken by the exercise of the
power of eminent domain, by the Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore for any of the aforementioned purposes or in con-
nection with the exercise of any of the powers which may be
granted to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore pursuant


 
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