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created Jul 10 2014

updated Feb 2 2017

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The Baltimore City Department of General Services (DGS) administers the Minor Privilege Program, which provides guidelines on what can and cannot be placed outdoors within the public right-of-way.The privilege can be of a temporary or minor nature, posing little long term impact on the public right-of-way and which can be removed with relative ease if desired. Some examples include awnings, overhead signs, outdoor seating, sidewalk displays, barber poles, permanent dumpsters, etc. A number of minor privileges can be more of a permanent nature that may have a long term impact and may not easily be removed such as cornices, steps, bay windows, storefronts and vaults.

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