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Baltimore County inspector general reports the county improperly paid $70K for a commercial alley to be repaved

November 18, 2022

In a report issued Thursday, Baltimore County’s inspector general determined the county improperly paid nearly $70,000 for a deteriorating alley in downtown Towson, almost entirely surrounded by businesses, to be repaved. The alley didn’t meet the requirements for the county’s alley paving program, which is usually reserved for residential areas, according to the inspector general’s report. But the county paid to repave the alley anyway, after the property owner brought the issue to County Council Chairman Julian Jones.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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