Dallas Dance, Pam Moran, and the nature of successful school leadership
I was born in Baltimore in 1938. My greatgrandfather was a stonemason who cut the cornerstones for many of the great stone buildings that were built in the 19th century. From afar I have watched Baltimore descend into darkness and I hope before I pass I will see it arise again as a great city. I applaud your energy and vision and pray for your success.
Indeed, you have to think of being the Mayor of a city like Baltimore like being the engineer and architect of a construction site. You clear away the old, put all of your resources in place, and then you build from the ground up. Here and there, you may get creative and use some of the old to accent the new.