Baltimore City Council
Many folks were skeptical before the city even installed speed cameras. Now that there are reports of problems, some lawmakers want to guarantee the cameras are fair and accurate for everyone.
Baltimore City Council’s Nominations Committee is meeting right now to decide if the city’s new police commissioner should be confirmed by the full council.
The Baltimore City Council will vote Monday on the mayor’s multi-million dollar budget.
The Baltimore City Council has passed the mayor’s $2.3 billion budget plan, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts that it had endorsed earlier in the week.
The Baltimore City Council votes on a plan to restore some of the funding cuts proposed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
A five-cent tax on every bottle of soda will soon be the law of the land in Baltimore. The so-called bottle tax bill is on its way to the mayor for her signature.
The Baltimore City Council is considering a bill that would create new rules for valet companies and make them accountable to the Baltimore City Parking Authority.
Baltimore City police officers say training programs have helped hone their skills and build camaraderie.
A plan to privatize some Baltimore rec centers is under fire. Wednesday night, a full house showed up to a meeting with city leaders.
The Baltimore City Council is considering something you don’t often hear about these days– repealing a tax. The 2-cent beverage tax imposed 14 months ago is under review.
The Baltimore City Council wants to have a say in the selection of school board members.
A councilman who appeared to be running for Baltimore mayor has instead filed to keep his Council seat.