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Baltimore Inspector General announces reconfigured advisory board

04 Apr 2023 10:46 PM | Anonymous

In November, about 86% of Baltimore City voters cast their ballot in favor of amending the City Charter’s requirements for serving on the Advisory Board that appoints, advises, and evaluates the Inspector General for Baltimore City. As a result of that Charter Amendment the Advisory Board now consists of nine city residents recommended by council members. Board members are not elected officials, city employees, candidates for office, or lobbyists --"thus making the Board independent of possible conflicts of interest that may arise among those who are subject to the IG’s investigative jurisdiction." according to a press release from the office of Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming.

Two members are city residents chosen from professional groups: Certified Public Accountants and Certified Fraud Examiners...The new Board Members’ first meeting will include a training session scheduled for April 18 at 5:00 P.M. The session will be open to the public virtually. Source: Baltimore Brew and Baltimore City Office of the Inspector General

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