Baltimore City Council moves to continue work with nonprofit involved in 'Healthy Holly' deals

The Baltimore City Council moved Thursday to extend a contract with Associated Black Charities to manage public money for youth programs, despite an ongoing city audit of the nonprofit. Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young called in April for the audit of the nonprofit’s administration of a $12 million Children & Youth Fund after revelations that the group was involved in the “Healthy Holly” scandal that led to the resignation of Mayor Catherine Pugh. (Balt. Sun)

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