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So Anirban Basu began working with Baltimore County government about the same year Dallas Dance showed up as superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools. [Gunpowder Gazette: Sage Policy Group wins $25K, controversial four-year consulting contract with Baltimore County Gov.]
Like Dance, there appear to be conflicts of interest and failure to file ethics forms. Not hard to connect the dots.
County residents will once again be the big losers. Kudos to the residents who actively continue to question these kinds of dealings.Thanks to the Gazette, once again, for a comprehensive analysis of what’s going on in Baltimore County.