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Baltimore City Council passes budget with $10M in amendments to buy firetrucks and surveillance cameras, $1.7M cut to BOPA

June 15, 2023

The Baltimore City Council approved Mayor Brandon Scott’s proposed $4.4 billion budget Wednesday with $12 million in amendments that would buy new firetrucks, purchase new city surveillance cameras and fund a vocational training program. Money to cover the council’s proposed expenditures would come from the elimination of positions that Scott’s budget proposed creating in the Department of General Services, the Law Department and the Mayor’s Office of Infrastructure Development among others.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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