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Mayor Scott Partners with Baltimore's HBCUs to Launch ARPA-Funded Fellowship Program

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced a partnership with Baltimore Corp and Baltimore's two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Coppin State University and Morgan State University, to launch the Mayor's HBCU Fellowship Initiative.

 

City of Baltimore Joins Settlement in Walmart Opioid Suits

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that the City of Baltimore has signed onto a statewide settlement with Walmart to resolve claims regarding its role in the opioid crisis.

 

City of Baltimore Reaches Settlement in Polymer80

Secures Strictest Injunctive Terms of Any Jurisdiction In Comparable Suits Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that Baltimore City has reached a settlement in its lawsuit against Polymer80, the leading manufacturer of ghost gun kits in the United States.

 

City of Baltimore Reaches Deal to Acquire Two Hotels in Response to Housing Crisis

The Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS) announced a deal to acquire two hotel properties with funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) as part of the City's response to the nationwide housing crisis and the subsequent rise in homelessness.

 

Baltimore City Outlines Next Steps for Group Violence Reduction Strategy (GVRS) Expansion

Mayor Brandon M. Scott was joined by MONSE Director Stefanie Mavronis, Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley, Deputy State's Attorney Thomas M. Donnelly, Dr. Aaron Chalfin, Associate Professor of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania, representatives from YAP and Roca, Inc., and community leaders to highlight the role of the City's Group Violence Reduction Strategy, including the recent expansion into the Central District.

 

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Mayor Brandon M. Scott

Brandon M. Scott is the 52nd Mayor of Baltimore City, and the youngest person elected to the position in over a century. Mayor Scott is committed to ending gun violence, restoring public trust in local government, and building a more equitable Baltimore for families to thrive.

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