The Baltimore office of the inspector general found no evidence of wrongdoing by former Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young in his decision to terminate an agreement in November with a city-based nonprofit and food distribution service occupying a vacant West Baltimore schoolhouse. In the inspector general’s report, released Wednesday, Isabel Mercedes Cumming said Young acted “within [his] rights” to terminate the right-of-entry agreement with U Empower of Maryland, which runs The Food Project out of the Samuel F.B. Morse Elementary/Middle School building in Carrollton Ridge.
Baltimore’s inspector general says former Mayor Young within rights in West Baltimore nonprofit dispute
April 15, 2021