Days before the new plan set to ban squeegee workers from some of Baltimore’s most prominent intersections, a hiring event is scheduled tonight for the city’s youth.
Mayor Brandon Scott’s Squeegee Collaborative will be holding a resource and hiring event Friday, Jan. 6 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the UA House at Fayette.
Teens and young adults between the ages of 14 and 24 will be able to access a career zone, featuring interviews, information about higher education, mental health resources, and even free grooming services, the mayor’s office announced.
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The enforcement of the squeegee collaborative plan will ban squeegeeing at some of the city’s more prominent and busy intersections, which will go into effect on Tuesday, Jan 10.
The intersections include:
- President Street and Jones Falls Expressway/Interstate 83
- Conway and Light streets
- Mount Royal Avenue and North Avenue/Interstate 83
- Martin Luther King Jr. and Interstate 395
- Wabash Avenue and Northern Parkway
- Sinclair Lane and Moravia Road
Anyone squeegeeing in these areas would first receive a warning from police. If caught a second time, the person would receive another warning and referral for service. Strike three, the person would receive a citation.
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