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No violation of Maryland’s transparency law by special panel evaluating inspector general, Baltimore County says

November 29, 2022
A wooden gavel on a white marble backdrop.

The commission tasked with evaluating Baltimore County’s top watchdog pushed back on Monday against a county resident’s accusation that it had violated state transparency laws by conducting the bulk of its business in closed-door meetings. Baltimore County Attorney James Benjamin, on behalf of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Ethics and Accountability, issued a response to David Plymyer’s Oct. 27 complaint to the Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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