The city’s police union tweeted Monday the “unforseen (sic) circumstance” that postponed their scheduled news conference.
Ryan was expected to respond to comments made by Mayor Catherine Pugh and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh divulged Wednesday more details on her interaction with President-elect Donald Trump at the Army-Navy football game over the weekend.
Well, she did so after giving all of the reporters and news photographers a Baltimore pin.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is certainly making it known that she thinks state Senator Catherine Pugh will be the next mayor.
Rawlings-Blake told reporters that she thinks the “better than even money” is on Pugh being elected in the general election. She also reminded the every one of the Democratic Party’s dominance of Baltimore before make the prognostication.
The mayor said she promised Pugh the best transition that the city has even seen.
There are a couple of reports that suggest Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis fired six people in light of the findings in the Justice Department “pattern or practice” investigation into the police department. This is not the case.
Note: Link to audio is below the fold.
As my colleague Yvonne Wenger from The Sun noted, Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke began to lobby her colleague Carl Stokes immediately after a preliminary vote
on Monday raising the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
While the bill passed the first hurdle with seven votes, eight is needed for the bill to go to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake when the final vote happens next Monday.