Case of the Missing Board Members

For the second consecutive month the Baltimore County Revenue Authority has announced it will not hold its regularly scheduled monthly meeting.

This time, the cancellation is due to a lack of members being available to attend.

William “Lynnie” Cook, chief executive of the authority, told reporters of the cancellation in a Monday evening email. Cook cited a “lack of a quorum” — meaning at least three of its five volunteer members were unavailable.

The independent quasi-public agency is responsible for managing five public golf courses around the county, four public parking garages in Towson as well as a number of metered street and surface parking lots around the county.

Cook, in his brief email, did not provide details on who was unable to attend and did not respond to a request for additional information.

More on my Insider Politics blog at Patch.com.

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