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Baltimore’s inspector general says former Mayor Young within rights in West Baltimore nonprofit dispute

April 15, 2021

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.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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