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Baltimore Mayor to unveil 'Squeegee Collaborative' plan today

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Posted at 6:59 AM, Nov 10, 2022
and last updated 2022-11-10 07:04:34-05

BALTIMORE — Baltimore City leaders are scheduled to release their report on how to address issues with squeegee workers in Baltimore.

Mayor Brandon Scott is scheduled to hold a news conference Thursday afternoon on the squeegee collaborative's final recommendations.

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Last week, the group released some of their ideas including guaranteed income for squeegee workers who do not clean windshields on the streets and creating a code of conduct.

This report comes after several recent incidents involving squeegee workers.

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Police commissioner Michael Harrison and State's Attorney-Elect Ivan Bates are not expected to be at the news conference. It's scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m.