Where's the money Baltimore City schools already had?

How could Governor Hogan have spent $11 million more on a school system that lost $68 million?

I salute Gov. Larry Hogan for his decision not to throw more money away into the Baltimore City Public School System ("Hogan's choice," May 15). I guess Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has forgotten about the $68 million that seems to have disappeared. Even The Sun has been investigating some of the school system's spending.

Who in their right mind would give $11 million more to an organization that clearly has proven they don't know what they've done with the last $68 million in just one school year? When is enough enough? Why isn't there a daily headline asking where's the money?

Roland Moskal

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