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WELCOME BACK BALTIMORE: We’re just a little over a week away from the 147th Preakness Stakes and it’s back with a whole NEW vibe!

This will be the livest Infield Festival to date, featuring Lauryn Hill, Megan Thee Stallion, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Frank Walker, Moneybagg Yo, D-Nice, Soulful Symphony and Baltimore’s very own Brittney Spencer!

Will you be there? 🏇🏇🏇


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Mayor’s Live: Baltimore Regional Tech Council Kick-Off


Mayor’s Live: Guaranteed Income Pilot Program Application Launch


Mayor’s Live: 2022 Spring Day or Clean Up


Mayor’s Live


Mayor Scott Announces Launch of Guaranteed Income Pilot Program


Mayor’s Live: Swearing In Ceremony


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Budget Director Bob Cenname is currently presenting the Fiscal 2023 budget overview hearing to City Council. You can stream it live on Charm TV Baltimore.
We're excited to introduce our guests for a special AAPI Heritage Month edition of Mayor Brandon M. Scott's 410 Report, airing on Facebook on the Mayor's page or Charm TV Baltimore and on Instagram TONIGHT, Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6:30 PM.

Our final featured guest is Heang Tan, Deputy Commissioner of Aging and Care Services at the Baltimore City Health Department. Heang is Cambodian American and arrived in this country as a refugee in the aftermath of the Vietnam War. She is committed to health equity and advancing the needs of older adults in her role as the City’s Area Agency on Aging Director.

She has served on many nationally-recognized boards that empower Asian American communities – including the Asian American Pacific Islander Health Forum and the National Association of Asian American Professionals.
We're excited to introduce our guests for a special AAPI Heritage Month edition of Mayor Brandon M. Scott's 410 Report, airing on Facebook on the Mayor's page or Charm TV Baltimore and on Instagram on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6:30 PM.

Our third featured guest is HyeSook Chung. Chung is the President of the Baltimore Civic Fund which serves as the financial backbone for public-private partnerships between innovative City programs and the philanthropic community.

Under her leadership the organization has embarked on a strategic planning process to evaluate and redefine its vision and core mission. The Civic Fund is committed to serving as an accountable, transparent, and equitable fiscal sponsor and steward of funds. Groundbreaking since its inception, the Civic Fund has retained its original purpose of incorporation – to serve as a fiscal sponsor for the City of Baltimore – as well as expanded to provide grants programs to support community-based organizations in Baltimore City. Working alongside the Mayor of Baltimore and City leadership, the Civic Fund helps realize a vision of an inclusive city where all Baltimore residents prosper.

The daughter of immigrants from South Korea, HyeSook grew up in the pacific northwest and transitioned to her role at the Civic Fund in spring of 2019. As a leader she volunteers for the local chapter of National Association of Asian American Professionals and loves to meet young AAPI leaders interested in civic service. She strives to model for her two children how critically important it is to serve our community and represent AAPI voices in government, advocacy, and civic service.
We're excited to introduce our guests for a special AAPI Heritage Month edition of Mayor Brandon M. Scott's 410 Report, airing on Facebook on the Mayor's page or Charm TV Baltimore and on Instagram on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6:30 PM.

Our next featured guest is Xin (Cindy) Wang. Wang is the Chair of the Baltimore-Xiamen Sister City Committee (BXSCC), one of the consituent members of Baltimore Sister Cities, Inc., a non-profit volunteer organization that aims to promote mutual economic development, educational, cultural, health/environmental and other cooperation and exchanges between Baltimore and its international sister cities.

During her tenure, the BXSCC facilitated a major surgical mask donation from Xiamen, China to Baltimore and has also hosted business delegations, presented cultural celebrations, and led international student exchanges.
We're excited to introduce our guests for a special AAPI Heritage Month edition of Mayor Brandon M. Scott's 410 Report, airing on Facebook on the Mayor's page or Charm TV Baltimore and on Instagram . Stay tuned for more details!

First up is Cori Dioquino, a Filipino American actor, producer, arts integration educator, and acting coach based in Baltimore and NYC.

She is a passionate advocate of stronger Filipino/a/x and Asian Pacific Indigenous (API) representation in American arts and entertainment. In 2018, Cori co-founded the Asian Pasifika Arts Collective, an organization which aims to “use art to advocate representation of Asian Americans and Pacific Indigenous Americans in everyday life while building cross-community relationships.” In 2020, she helped launch the national campaign Unapologetically Asian in response to the growing discrimination towards Asians and Asian Americans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As a certified arts integration specialist, Cori uses the arts to engage students as they learn core curriculum and empower them to share their stories and actively participate in social change. To learn more about her work in arts integration or as an acting coach, you can visit her acting studio website.

Cori is a member of SAG-AFTRA and an Equity Member Candidate. As a trained actor, she has worked on stage and in film and television, most notably appearing on screen in Marvel/Netflix's hit series Daredevil and Season 2 of New Amsterdam. She is currently represented by Whole Artist Management in New York.
The Ways and Means Committee will host Taxpayers' Night to allow YOU to voice your opinion about the Mayor's budget. Sign up to testify on our website at or by emailing [email protected].

The meeting will take place on Thursday, May 26th at 6p.m. You can watch in person in the Hyman Pressman Board Room, City Hall, 2nd Floor, stream on Charm TV Baltimore or watch on Charm TV 25.

Click the link to register to attend:
Watch today's Board of Estimates live on Charm TV Baltimore.
Join us at 6pm for the Fiscal 2023 Taxpayers' Night! You can join via WebEx ( or watch on Charm TV Baltimore.
Click the link to watch the special Board of Estimates meeting live via Charm TV Baltimore.
Will the AFRAMM Announcement be live?
Today, MONSE is proud to join Mayor Brandon M. Scott as he outlines his vision to develop, coordinate, and foster a Community Violence Intervention ecosystem in Baltimore.

Tune in today at 12:30pm on Mayor Scott's page or on Charm TV Baltimore to learn more!
Baltimore, City Hall reopens today and our first in-person council meeting is tonight at 5p.m. The following procedures will take place for the general public to join us at our first in-person meeting:

A. The City Council meeting will be held on the 4th Floor, in the Council Chamber, at 5:00 p.m. The meeting agenda will be published on Legistar and limited number of hard copies will be available.
B. The council meeting will be broadcast live on Charm TV Baltimore and streamed on for those who are not able to attend in person.
C. Members of the general public who want to attend should be aware that they will have to complete a COVID health check-in at the entrance of City Hall. This process may take some time, so please be patient and allow yourself extra time to enter the building.
D. Masks are required inside the Council Chambers.

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