BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Metropolis Board of Estimates on Wednesday voted 4-0 to advance Mayor Brandon Scott’s $4.3 billion proposed funds for fiscal 12 months 2022, to the complete council for consideration.
It is anticipated to be launched on the Might 17 assembly as three items of laws; the Ordinance of Estimates, the property tax ordinance, and the funds for the Board of Faculty Commissioners.
That shall be adopted by Taxpayers’ Evening on Might 27 at 5 p.m., the place residents can testify earlier than the town council.
To submit written testimony, the general public can ship an e mail to Testimony@BaltimoreCity.gov.
The town Constitution requires the council move a funds by June 25. The 2022 fiscal 12 months begins July 1.
Below the present Metropolis Constitution, the Council can reduce spending within the mayor’s preliminary funds however can not redirect funding to companies or applications.
A new constitution modification giving the council energy to direct spending goes into impact subsequent 12 months.