The Baltimore City Council gave final approval to a proposal to cut the number of years required for its members and other city officials to earn a pension Monday, faulting a charter amendment establishing term limits that was overwhelmingly approved by voters this month. The pension legislation, introduced by Council President Nick Mosby, calls for Baltimore to offer pensions to city officials after eight years of service. Currently, the requirement is 12.
Baltimore City Council approves bill making current elected officials pension-eligible after 8 years instead of 12. Proposal now heads to mayor.
November 22, 2022