One day after Baltimore city council members called for an investigative hearing on proposed changes to the conduit system, Mayor Brandon Scott announced that the deal is done.
"We know it's a good deal for the city. We're very confident of that," said Mayor Scott.
The agreement gives BGE broad control over the city's underground conduit system, which houses 700 miles of utility cables.
In November, voters passed a charter amendment that bars the city from selling the system, which, Mayor Scott insists, is not happening.... Read More: FOX45