Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday rolled out a 90-day action plan to expand the city's effort to address squeegee workers.

The plan doesn't involve clearing the street corners in one fell swoop. Mostly young men, squeegee workers occupy a number of street corners in Baltimore, seeking money to clean car windshields.

For the next 90 days, the city is stepping up its ongoing effort to keep the street corners calm and safe and increase outreach to the squeegee workers.

Included in the plan are posting traffic control officers at high-traffic intersections, holding bi-weekly "corner events" with city agencies and the establishment of a new Boys and Men of Color Cabinet that will "engage academic, business and community partners to build a comprehensive strategy for connecting the city's disconnected boys and men of color to opportunity," according to a statement from the mayor's office.... Read More: WBAL