And so has the Center.
As the founders of the Center visualized and after the Chase St. building was purchased, the GLCCB was to be building-centric. That is, community leaders saw it as a vibrant place to hold public board meetings, house offices including the important Switchboard and provide a safe space for community members to drop in.
Consider a name change of the GLCCB to something like the more general Baltimore (or Maryland) Pride Center so as not to exclude sexual and gender minorities.
Piggybacking off the financial disclosures at the town hall, continue that path of transparency.