Once more, with less feeling. Baltimore’s mayor-controlled spending board on Wednesday again considered the $139 million deal with Baltimore Gas & Electric pushed by Mayor Brandon Scott for maintenance to the city’s underground network for infrastructure. This time all five members of the board were in the room. But — unlike the rancorous first vote nearly two months ago — there was no discussion, and no vote was taken.
Dispute over Mayor Scott’s conduit deal with BGE withers at spending board
April 6, 2023