Steve Silverman, a lawyer for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, said Tuesday not to expect her to make a decision by the end of the day on whether to resign from office.
The Democratic mayor announced April 1 that she was taking a leave of absence to recover from pneumonia. The leave coincided with mounting questions over her sales of her self-published “Healthy Holly” books and state and federal investigations into her financial dealings.
Silverman has previously said she was not “lucid” enough to make a decision about whether to quit. He said last week that there would no announcements — about a resignation or anything else — before Tuesday.
Silverman stopped by Pugh’s home late Tuesday and declined to comment.
Acting Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, also a Democrat, said Tuesday that he has not spoken to Pugh in about three weeks.