Marilyn and Nick Mosby
DPW records the Mosby water bill as now paid
Payment was made after The Brew disclosed that the power couple had ignored a year’s worth of water charges
Above: Baltimore residents’ water and sewer charges have risen steeply over the past decade.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and City Council President Nick Mosby have paid the delinquent water bill at their Reservoir Hill home, according to city records.
A $907.63 payment was recorded yesterday on the Finance Department’s online billing portal, wiping out a deficit that had accumulated from 11 months of unpaid bills on the Mosby property.
The payment was dated a day after The Brew disclosed that they had not paid city water and sewer charges since March 2021.
The couple did not respond to multiple inquiries about the bill, and city officials would not say why late fees were not applied to the account.
”DPW does not disclose details of customer water bills without the customer’s permission,” spokesperson Jennifer Combs said in a written statement.
Nick Mosby, who has denounced “big business” and others for not paying their water bills, did not address the matter at yesterday’s virtual Board of Estimates meeting, his only scheduled public appearance this week.
Marilyn Mosby faces a four-count federal indictment for perjury and filing false mortgage statements on two Florida vacation properties.
The indictment, which followed a year-long probe by the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office of the couple’s side businesses and financial transactions, is unrelated to the water bill.
Her trial is scheduled to begin in Baltimore federal court on May 2.