YOU'LL REMEMBER THE BALTIMORE BREW'S ARTICLE THAT SHOWED UTTER FRUSTRATION AND CONTEMPT FOR THE OPEN MEETING LAW THAT BASICALLY IS WINDOW-DRESSING. I WROTE TWO REQUESTS TO THIS OPEN MEETING DEPARTMENT DEMANDING THAT THEY PROVIDE PEOPLE WITH A SINGLE-SOURCE LISTING OF ALL PUBLIC MEETINGS WELL IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING. THE POLITICIANS KNOW THAT PEOPLE CANNOT PERUSE EVERY AGENCY WEBSITE TO KNOW WHEN MEETINGS OCCUR. IT IS VERY EASY TO DO.....SIMPLY PROVIDE A ENTRY SCREEN TO EACH AGENCY AND REQUIRE ENTRY OF NEXT MEETING DATE AND AGENDA IMMEDIATELY INTO THAT SCREEN OR AS SOON AS THAT INFO IS AVAILABLE. THAT SCREEN WOULD THEN BECOME A LIST BY MEETING DATE OF ALL PUBLIC MEETINGS AND WOULD ALSO PROVIDE A PUBLIC FEEDBACK LOOP. THIS LIST COULD BE LINKED TO WEBSITES LIKE MINE FOR EASY ACCESS.
THIS IS NOT HARD AND IT MUST BE DONE!!!
AGAIN, THIS IS GOVERNOR O'MALLEY'S BOARD
AND ATTORNEY GENERAL GANSLER'S OVERSIGHT THAT IS FAILING.
Open Meetings Compliance Board Complaint Procedures
If you believe that a public body has violated the Act, you may file a complaint with the Open Meetings Compliance Board.
The Board encourages members of the public who have questions about a public body's compliance with the Act to pose their questions first to a member of the public body or its staff or counsel.
1. How to file a Complaint
Send a complaint letter by mail or e-mail to the Open Meetings Compliance Board at this address: Open Meetings Compliance Board, c/o Attorney General's Office, 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202, or OpenGov@oag.state.md.us. You must sign your complaint and include a return address. The Board accepts scanned signatures.
YOU WILL NOTE THAT EVEN THE LINK TO THE AGENCY ABOVE DOESN'T WORK......GO TO THE WEBSITE TO MAKE THE COMPLAINT. THESE POLITICIANS ARE ANIMALS!!!
VOTE YOUR INCUMBENT OUT OF OFFICE!!!
Rally at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore: End 3/5 in Baltimore!Public Event · By Unite Here Local 7
- Wednesday, October 10, 2012
- 4:30pm until 6:00pm in EDT
McKeldin Square (Pratt and Light Streets, Baltimore MD)
There are hotel workers in Baltimore who make only 3/5 of what union hotel workers make in Los Angeles, Oakland, Seattle, Philadelphia, San Francisco Airport and Chicago Airport markets. In these same markets, the room rates that customers pay are comparable to those in Baltimore.
Workers at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore have come forward to fight for a fair and democratic process to decide on union representation. Baltimore hotel workers should not be making 3/5ths of what union hotel workers are making in cities where the rooms cost the same!
UNITE HERE Local 7 (443) 438-5607 www.facebook.com/UNITEHERELocal7
PLEASE ATTEND THESE MEETINGS AND THANK THESE GROUPS FOR THEIR ADVOCACY AND TELL THEM YOUR REAL LIFE EXPERIENCES! IT IS CRITICAL TO SPEAK OUT AS CONDITIONS ARE ABOUT TO BECOME WORSE!!!!!!
It’s time to engage, get energized, and connect with friends who share your vision for a world without homelessness. Click here to RSVP for the Annual Community Meeting.
The Annual Community Meeting
October 9, 2012
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Health Care for the Homeless
421 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202
RSVP at meeting.hchmd.org or call 443-703-1336
Let’s celebrate the lives you’ve changed and build the future for those who still need us. Together we make a powerful community. Let’s reaffirm that we will never give up.
For more information about our work, visit hchmd.org.
DO NOT ALLOW THESE CANNED CAMPAIGN ISSUES ON TAXES FRAME THE DEBATE. WE KNOW WE NEED THIS BANK TRANSACTION TAX AND WE KNOW WE NEED THE TOP TAX RATE AT 70%, NOT THE SAME AS YOU AND I IF WE ARE TO REVERSE INCOME INEQUITY. WE HEAR NOTHING OF THIS IN THE MEDIA AS THEY ONLY REPEAT THE CORPORATE POLITICIANS STANCES.
CALL AND WRITE YOUR INCUMBENTS AND MEDIA TO DEMAND THIS ISSUE BE IN THE DEBATES.
September 18, 2012
CONTACT: Nikolina Lazic at email@example.com
TELL CONGRESS IT'S TIME FOR A ROBIN HOOD TAX! Wall Street gambling and greed collapsed the global economy and we are still reeling.
Politicians claim America is “broke” to justify layoffs and draconian cuts in critical services.
We have a better idea.
Yesterday, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), co-chair of the Progressive Caucus, introduced a bill to place a tiny tax on the sale of stocks, bonds, and derivatives. This bill has the potential to raise billions in desperately needed revenue while clamping down the Wall Street casino that continues to threaten our financial stability.
Join PRwatch.org and RootsAction.org and hundreds of other organizations in calling for a Robin Hood Tax.
It's not a tax on the people, its a tax for the people!
Please forward this email widely to like-minded friends.
-- The PRWatch.org team
GET TO THESE MEETINGS EARLY IF YOUR WANT TO SPEAK.....SIGN IN IS EARLY AND LIMITED IN NUMBER.
OCTOBER 9, 2012
School Board Meeting Calendar by Date
The public session begins at 6:00 p.m.and may last 3 to 4 hours. For additional information about Board meetings, call the School Board Office at 410-396-8709
at 200 E. North Avenue,