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If you discover an error in this chart or on one of the articles about a [[Maryland cities|Maryland city]], you can report the error
If you discover an error in this chart or on one of the articles about a [[Maryland cities|Maryland city]], you can report the error [mailto:@ballotpedia.org ].
Revision as of 07:46, 21 April 2014
|My Government Website|
|Transparency Checklist |
County website project
County comparison chart
City website project
List of cities
School district website project
List of school districts
Reading the chart
In the chart below:
|means that information is included on the government website|
|means that the information was not provided on the government website|
|means that information was partially provided|
Check the page about each city for more detailed information about what information is available on the city website, along with recommendations users have made for positive changes.
This chart encompasses the 5 largest cities in Maryland as well as the capital: Baltimore, Rockville, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Bethesda and Annapolis. These cities averaged a "B+" website transparency grade as of August 2012.
|Budget?||Meetings?||Elected officials?|| Admin.
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Please check each district to see when it was last rated, if there is no time stamp then check the "History" tab to see when it was last edited.