Tom's guest is President of the Baltimore City Council, Brandon Scott. He was elected President by his colleagues on the City Council in a unanimous vote last May, despite Mayor Jack Young’s preference for the Council’s Vice President, Sharon Green Middleton to assume the position she had held in an interim capacity during the weeks former Mayor Catherine Pugh pondered her political future.
Last week, Mr. Scott weighed-in on where he sees Baltimore’s future. He unveiled a detailed list of legislative and policy proposals that would result in significant changes in the way the city operates.
City Council President Scott will be hosting town halls throughout the summer.
In addition to attending the community halls, residents are encouraged to share their ideas and reactions by emailing email@example.com and using the hashtag #BaltimoreCanBmore on social media.
Thursday, August 8: Cherry Hill Elementary801 Bridgeview Road, Baltimore, MD 21225
Tuesday, August 13: Weinberg Y in Waverly900 E 33rd St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Thursday, August 15: Baltimore City Community College2901 Liberty Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215
Tuesday, August 20: Edgewood Lyndhurst Recreation Center835 Allendale St, Baltimore, MD 21229
Thursday, August 22: Lillie May Carroll Jackson Charter School2200 Sinclair Ln, Baltimore, MD 21213
Tuesday, August 27: Enoch Pratt Free Library - Southeast Anchor Branch3601 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224(Bilingual English-Spanish town hall)
Wednesday, August 28: Online Virtual Forum (Details Forthcoming)
Thursday, August 29: Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries6000 Radecke Ave, Baltimore, MD 21206
Thursday, September 5: Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore5700 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215(ID required for entry)