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March 23, 2010; Baltimore Sun | The 230-page report of incoming Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake doesn’t simply take aim at city agencies, as the headline “Report Swipes at City Agencies” from the Baltimore Sun would lead one to believe.

Amid dozens of recommendations to help the nonprofit sector form better-working partnerships with the city is a very clear statement on page