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Mayor Brandon Scott plans to ”move Baltimore towards a better, brighter future” with second round of American Rescue Plan Act funding

Mayor Brandon Scott has announced the non-profit recipients who will receive the second round of American Rescue Plan Act grant awards from the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs. In response to COVID-19 and its negative economic impacts, these grants will continue to support Baltimore’s “nonprofit organizations serving families, youth...
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Mayor Brandon Scott: Baltimore's NNO, public safety, ARPA funds

Welcome to another edition of Midday with the Mayor, host Tom Hall's monthly conversations with Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott about key issues facing the citizens of Baltimore. Today, Tom asks the mayor about the annual Public Safety Report summarizing progress on the mayor's Multi-Year Violence Prevention Plan; an update...
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Yes, even Mayor Brandon Scott has jury duty

BALTIMORE -- Mayor Brandon Scott of Baltimore fulfilled his civic duty Thursday by reporting for jury duty. The mayor tweeted a selfie early Wednesday morning from the Circuit Court downtown, saying "guess who has jury duty today!"Some on Twitter speculated the mayor would likely be excused, however, high-profile mayors have reported for duty before. Take for example New York City mayors Rudy Guiliani and Bill de Blasio, who served in 1999 and 2018, respectively.   It's unclear whether Scott was picked to serve on a jury, and whether he'll be skipping work. Regardless, the mayor will be paid $15 by the city for each day served.  Scott was missing from his usual seat next to Council President Nick Mosby at the city's spending board meeting Wednesday morning. It wasn't clear that he didn't attend, but it's likely. 
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Baltimore state’s attorney nominee Ivan Bates has a plan for squeegee workers. Will Mayor Brandon Scott go along with it?

Thursday’s sit-down at The Capital Grille on East Pratt Street between Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and State’s Attorney-to-be Ivan Bates was your standard political power lunch. Bates with salmon and the mayor with a salad, the two men held the first of many conversations about how to address public safety in Baltimore and the importance of collaboration. Both want to figure out how to get ...
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Jayne Miller goes 1-on-1 for last time with Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott offered some perspective during a conversation about the city's future. Baltimore has seen much change, but also a stubborn inability to solve some big problems. My conversation with the ninth mayor I have covered started with a question sure to provoke strong opinions in the public:...
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Mayor Brandon Scott Announces $3.4 Million In Relief For Nonprofits

Big news for Baltimore’s nonprofit organizations! Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday $3.4 million in COVID-19 relief for more than 100 nonprofit organizations in Baltimore city. Grants will be up to $50,000 and sent to 120 Baltimore nonprofits. Per the mayor’s office said the grants were prioritized for small organizations, organizations that provide critical services to city residents, and organizations serving neighborhoods most profoundly impacted by the pandemic.
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Mayor Brandon Scott on crime, Public Safety Report, job fairs

We begin today with another edition of Midday with the Mayor, our monthly series of live conversations with Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott, in which he addresses Tom's questions about important issues facing the city. Last week, the Mayor released what he called a one-year progress report on his violence...
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Mayor Brandon Scott Provides YouthWorks Update

(Baltimore, MD) -- Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott says the city's summer job program has helped 67-hundred teens and young adults find work. He says it's the second year in a row YouthWorks has helped find jobs for every candidate who applied. The program places 14-to-21-year-olds with one of 400 employers...
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Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott: crime, budgets, ARPA funds

We begin today with another edition of Midday with the Mayor, our monthly series of live conversations with Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott, in which he addresses Tom's questions about important issues facing the city. Among the topics we discuss today are the city's ongoing strategies for fighting crime, City...
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Brandon Scott

Brandon Scott joined the Kansas baseball staff in June 2022. Scott came to Kansas after spending the previous six seasons at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville as the Recruiting Coordinator/Pitching Coach. His pitching staff lowered its team ERA in each of his first four full seasons with the Cougars. Since SIUE moved to the Division I level in 2009, Scott’s group set a new season team record for opponent strikeouts in both 2018 and 2019. Prior to the cancelation of the 2020 season, SIUE ranked sixth in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings pitched.
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Mayor Brandon Scott Touts Success Of 2022 AFRAM Festival

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Mayor Brandon Scott said that this year’s large and successful AFRAM Festival coupled with the other events surrounding Juneteenth shows “the promise” of Baltimore. The crowd of people that showed up to Druid Hill Park to celebrate Juneteenth or spend time with their family for Father’s Day is an indicator of “the bright future that we have ahead,” he told WJZ’s Tim Williams and Sina Gebre-Ab. WJZ is the official TV partner of AFRAM, so Williams and Gebre-Ab talked to Scott about the work he put into bringing back the festival following the coronavirus pandemic.  “Listen, there is no world...
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Mayor Brandon Scott questioned on confidence in Baltimore police commissioner

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — During an unrelated press conference, FOX45 asked Mayor Brandon Scott whether he still has confidence in Baltimore City Police Department Commissioner Michael Harrison, given the violence that has unfolded across the city. "Commissioner Harrison is our police commissioner, Alexa," answered Mayor Brandon Scott. Point. Blank. Period....
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