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Baltimore County to host small business webinar on executive orders

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and County officials will host a free webinar on Tuesday, December 1 to help small business owners and managers navigate the current reality of operating businesses staying up-to-date with state and local executive orders. The webinar will also educate attendees on additional resources such as loans and grants that are available. “Deciphering Current Executive …


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Olszewski announces new Baltimore County gathering limits, orders bars to close at midnight

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski held a press conference on Friday morning to announce new restrictions that will go into effect this weekend to battle the coronavirus pandemic. As of 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 15, all indoor gatherings will be limited to 10 people and outdoor gatherings will be limited to 25 people. Additionally, bars and restaurants in …


Olszewski issues statement following passage of Question A to create Baltimore County Fair Election Fund

TOWSON, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski has applauded the passage of Question A, which will create a Fair Election Fund in Baltimore County. The Question was put on the ballot as a result of Olszewski’s first legislative initiative upon taking office. “The volume of one’s voice should never be dependent on the size of their pockets. The people of Baltimore County …

Governor Hogan announces new dining, gathering restrictions [VIDEO]

UPDATE: Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has issued the following statement: “Statewide solutions remain the most effective public health actions, and I support the governor’s actions to protect the health of all Marylanders.  Baltimore County remains prepared to enforce these orders and do whatever we need to do to protect our residents from this disease.” Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, …

Olszewski announces new funds to support public schools, expand restaurant support

TOWSON, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Monday provided an update on Baltimore County’s ongoing response to the pandemic, announced new support for public schools as they prepare for an eventual safe return to in-person instruction, and provided details on new efforts to expand direct relief for restaurants. “As the weather turns colder and people are spending more time indoors, it …

Baltimore County reaches settlement with U.S. Department of Justice in hiring discrimination case

TOWSON, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski this week announced that Baltimore County has reached a settlement agreement to resolve claims by the U.S. Department of Justice alleging unintentional hiring discrimination by the Baltimore County Police Department in the years prior to Olszewski taking office. “Our Police Department should look like the communities it serves and, even prior to this lawsuit, I …

Olszewski sets target of 5,000 new trees by Earth Day 2021

TOWSON, MD—Exactly six months prior to Earth Day 2021, County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Thursday called on Baltimore County homeowners and property owners to convert underutilized lawn space to attractive wooded areas in an effort to reduce greenhouse gasses and increase the County’s tree canopy. Announcing a target of 5,000 new trees for Earth Day next year, he encouraged landowners …

Baltimore County Code Enforcement Work Group releases recommendations

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County’s Code Enforcement Work Group on Monday issued their report which includes recommendations to improve the County’s program in order to better serve County residents. “Residents deserve a strong quality of life in our neighborhoods, and code enforcement is an important way we can strengthen that quality of life,” Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said. “We consistently hear …