Who to send it to? We suggest you send to the Board of Public Works members, as well as any or all of your elected representatives (click here for complete address, phone and email information):
Board of Public Works, State of Maryland
80 Calvert St, Room 117, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Members of the Board of Public Works:
- Governor Larry Hogan — governor.maryland.gov/contact-the-governors-office/
- Comptroller Peter Franchot — email@example.com
- Maryland State Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp (contact Deputy Treasurer for Public Policy Susanne Brogan firstname.lastname@example.org, and Chief Deputy Treasurer Bernadette T. Benik email@example.com)
Please also contact your elected representatives. Complete contact info is available here.
- Delegate Samuel (Sandy) Rosenberg
- City Counciman Issac “Yitzy” Schleifer
- State Senator Bobby Zirkin
- U.S. Senator Benjamin Cardin
- U.S. Senator Christopher Van Hollen Jr.
- U.S. Representative John Sarbanes
- Del. Angela Gibson
- Del. Bilal Ali
- Del. Nick J. Mosby
- Mayor Catherine Pugh
- City Council President Bernard C. (Jack) Young
- County Executive Kevin Kamenetz
- Vicki Almond, Baltimore County Council
- Representative C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger
- Governor Lawrence Hogan Jr
- Peter Franchot, Comptroller of Maryland
- Brian E. Frosh, Maryland Attorney General
COPY and PASTE, then customize and send. Or compose your own message:
What we see is unfortunate mismanagement and poor oversight since 2014. The Board of Trustees has accumulated debt and possibly misled donors of private and public funds. Now the Board is taking steps to sell our valuable buildings (on Smith Ave. in Mount Washington). I urge you to investigate:
- Have obligations and assurances to the State, the City, and the County (from bond bills and arts program grants) been met?
- Was public funding allocated appropriately?
- Are there restrictions on disposition of the assets supported by these funds?
- How will the sale of these buildings affect the services provided — to the membership, to the neighboring communities, and to the underserved communities that Clayworks works with?