Third Inspector General Advisory Board Meeting Rescheduled at Request of Mayor

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Brandon M. Scott
Baltimore City
250 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
(410) 396-3835 - Fax: (410) 576-9425


Sydney Burns
(443) 610-5862

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BALTIMORE, MD (Wednesday, October 6, 2021) - At the request of Mayor Brandon M. Scott, the Inspector General Advisory Board is postponing its upcoming meeting, and re-scheduling for Thursday, October 28th at 9am. The meeting will begin on CharmTV before immediately going into closed session pursuant to Article 3-305(b)(1) of the Open Meetings Act, which allows for closed meetings when discussing personnel matters related to individuals within the Advisory Board’s jurisdiction. 

“I support a strong and independent Inspector General,” said Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “I have asked the Law Department to reschedule the Advisory Board meeting for a later date as a gesture of good faith towards the Inspector General Isabel Cumming. It is in our shared interest to eliminate corruption, improve local government practices, and restore public faith in City Hall.” 

The Advisory Board is responsible for appointing the Inspector General, conducting an annual performance review for the Inspector General, and for reviewing, revising, and approving the Office of the Inspector General’s budget. Meeting details are always available on the Baltimore City Boards and Commissions website

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