Baltimore passed a law requiring vacant properties to post QR code signs

QR code signs - rundown building with graffiti

The quick response codes direct a scanner to an info portal about ownership and plans for a building. The city of Baltimore has passed a law requiring QR code signs to be posted on vacant properties. The city currently has around 15,600 vacant properties and a decreasing population. This trend is quite different from other cities on the East Coast. Across the last decade, the population of Baltimore has reduced, making it even more challenging to fill vacancies. As these properties become and remain quite visible, the city has made…

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