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Mayor Pugh Announces Choice for Next Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced her selection of Joel Fitzgerald, Sr. to become the next Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department. Commissioner-Designate Fitzgerald is currently the Police Chief of the Fort Worth Police Department, one of the largest in the Nation and in the 12th largest U.S. city. 

Mayor Pugh Makes Baltimore Largest City in the Nation to Recognize LGBTQ Suppliers

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh has signed an Executive Order recognizing LGBTQ-owned business enterprises (LGBTBEs), in addition to minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBEs).

Mayor Catherine Pugh Announces that Baltimore City is Prepared for Winter Weather

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh was joined by Baltimore City Department of Transportation Director Michelle Pourciau along with officials from the Baltimore City Departments of Public Works, Recreation and Parks, Fire, Health, Baltimore Housing and the Office of Emergency Management to announce that the City of Baltimore is fully prepared for the upcoming 2018-2019 snow season. 

Mayor Pugh Proclaims October 15, 2018 as "Fanny Jackson Coppin Day" in Baltimore 

In recognition of the indelible contributions of Fanny Jackson Coppin to advancing education for African Americans, and the legacy of Coppin State University as an anchor institution of higher learning in the City of Baltimore during its 118-year history, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh will proclaim Monday, October 15, 2018 as “Fanny Jackson Coppin Day” in Baltimore. 

Mayor Pugh Honored with the 2018 Marcia Lamb Inner City Innovation Award

The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced today that Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is this year’s recipient of the Marcia Lamb Inner City Innovation Award, which recognizes visionaries who are leading change in urban development. 

Two DPW Workers Lauded for Heroism

Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) employees Tony Carl Clark and Martine Smith are being lauded for saving a life while on the job performing their daily graffiti removal duties.

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