Flu shots in time for flu season. Uniforms for new police officers. A monitoring system to get in step with federal oversight of the Police Department. Funds to prevent the collapse of a West Baltimore building. Each of these were among the more than $9 million in spending items that were either rushed before Baltimore’s spending board Wednesday, or which received retroactive approval because agencies had to act swiftly to resolve urgent matters without approval from the five-member board.
Comptroller questions transparency of Baltimore’s emergency spending
September 7, 2023