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Ian Duncan

Ian Duncan covers City Hall for the Baltimore Sun. He started out at The Sun in 2012 writing about the courts, and previously covered the military and the intelligence community. He covered the case against the Black Guerrilla Family gang at the Baltimore jail, the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death and the resignation of Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Inspector General: Former Baltimore transportation director’s criticism of staff ‘often exceeded the bounds of professional conduct’

Baltimore’s inspector general found that the former director of the city’s transportation department demeaned her staff and engaged in criticisms of their work that were so harsh they bordered on being “personal attacks.”

Baltimore’s water department waits for revenue as customers wait for large bills after ransomware freezes system

Even though Baltimore’s public works department hasn’t issued water bills since a ransomware attack in May, director Rudy Chow said the agency has substantial reserves to cover its costs until it can charge customers for more than three months of service and start payments coming in again.

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