When the Maryland Stadium Authority voted last Thursday on a nonbinding agreement between the state and the Baltimore Orioles for a future lease at Camden Yards, they did so over the phone and out of the public eye, raising questions about transparency. The public body, comprised of members appointed by Gov. Wes Moore, legislative leadership and Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott, regularly approves agreements, both legally binding and nonbinding, during monthly public meetings.
Stadium Authority chose to phone in votes on Orioles deal without a public meeting
October 9, 2023