Mayor Scott's Statement on the Maryland Tough Baltimore Strong Alliance

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Brandon M. Scott
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BALTIMORE, MD (Friday, April 5, 2024) –Today, Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued the following statement on the launch of the Maryland Tough Baltimore Strong Alliance (MTBSA). 

"Since the moment this tragedy occurred, our coordination has been our strength. I'm honored to join Governor Moore, County Executives Olszewski and Pittman as partners in the Maryland Tough Baltimore Strong Alliance. Our commitment to all the families impacted by this has been clear — we will be there with you every step of the way,” said Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “Together, we will ensure a full recovery from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge by doing everything we can to support affected families, workers, and businesses and we will build back our city, our port, and our state stronger than before.”

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