Mayor Catherine Pugh recently released her preliminary budget for the 2018 Fiscal year. It includes increased funding for both schools and police, a small property tax cut, and reinstatement of the city’s red light camera program.
At the Board of Estimates City Taxpayers Night, participants can visit booths set up by various city agencies to see how your money is being spent. Citizens will also get the chance to speak before the Board of Estimates on issues of concern to them.
The Board of Estimates consists of the Council President, Mayor, Comptroller, Director of Public Works, and the City Solicitor. Later this year there will be a City Taxpayers Night hosted by the City Council.
City Taxpayers Night will be:
Wednesday, April 12
6pm to 8pm
War Memorial Building
101 N Gay St
Baltimore, MD 21202
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