Advisory: Comptroller Henry's Public Schedule May 17-21

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Bill Henry
Baltimore City
204 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
(410) 396-5410


KC Kelleher
(410) 804-4289

[email protected]


Weekly Public Schedule

Tuesday, May 18th

6:30pm: Local Progress Black Caucus

Comptroller Henry will join a meeting of the Local Progress Black Caucus.

Wednesday, May 19th

9am: Board of Estimates Meeting

Comptroller Henry will participate in a virtual meeting of the Board of Estimates. Residents and members of the press can watch live on CharmTV’s cable channel (Channel 25/1085HD) and online at

10:30 Baltimore Innovation Week Panel

Comptroller Henry will participate in a virtual panel discussing government modernization for Baltimore Innovation Week. The panel will include Delegate Stephanie Smith, Delegate Brooke Lierman, and Jess Gartner (CEO, Allovue). More info can be found at Baltimore Innovation Week's website.

12pm: Board of Estimates BID opening

Comptroller Henry will participate in the BOE's afternoon meeting in which the bids for various city contracts are publicly openedResidents and members of the press can watch live on CharmTV’s cable channel (Channel 25/1085HD) and online at

5pm: Meeting with Baltimore Teachers Unions

Comptroller Henry will meet with the Baltimore Teachers Union, virtually.

Additions or changes to this schedule will be sent out as they occur, and will be posted to the Comptroller's website.

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