Tag Archives: Audits

Baltimore’s corrupt and parasitic bureaucracy needs to be cleaned out by a fiscally responsible leader

Baltimore needs to cut salaries, stop hooking up friends, and fire useless workers now. The culture of corruption permeates every level of Baltimore’s bureaucracy and a true leader needs to come around and call the city out and end this … Continue reading

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Incompetent Baltimore Comptroller Joan Pratt is as bad as the Conaways

Past Chris Delaporte stories here.

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City audit related hearing at City Hall on Thursday

In 2012 “The Park Advocate” Chris Delaporte tried to get the city of Baltimore to audit its departments. It was a logical and simple idea that could have easily been implemented. Since it made sense and this is Baltimore it … Continue reading

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Councilman Nick Mosby’s auditing email to constituents

Councilman Nick Mosby sent out the following email with his opinions on the auditing of Baltimore. It is refreshing to have a councilman who takes the time to send a detailed email to his constituents about an important subject. You … Continue reading

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Some Baltimore City Council members skip important votes

Baltimore’s city council is scheduled to meet twenty-six times in 2012 The total includes twelve “luncheons” where I assume no voting takes place (you better believe they show up for the taxpayer funded food). Members of the council only have … Continue reading

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The people should audit Baltimore

Or at least we should ask questions. Here is my question of the day. On Saturday night when I was in Bolton Hill I noticed that the air conditioner was on at Mount Royal Elementary. Why in the middle of … Continue reading

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Day of the Baltimore audit?

The Baltimore City Council will vote on the “audit bill” (Bill 12-053) tonight. Over the last few weeks I have received numerous emails encouraging me to support audits of the Baltimore budget. For me this is just common sense. If … Continue reading

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