Squeegee Collaborative seeks public's help to provide services

The Mayor's Squeegee Collaborative is hosting a public hearing Tuesday night seeking the public's input on how to get squeegee workers permanently off Baltimore street corners. Squeegee worker Kahlil Nottingham, a member of the Squeegee Collaborative, told 11 News his squeegee days are numbered. He's saving much of the $300 he collects on a good day for a future off the street corners. Faith Leach, deputy mayor of equity, health and human services, oversees the Squeegee Collaborative, which is composed of a diverse group of business and community leaders and squeegee workers who have been meeting since mid-July.