Business, Politics

Baltimore County Council approves funding for Seven Courts water improvements, Perry Hall park

NOTTINGHAM, MD—On Thursday, the Baltimore County Council approved $1.5 million to replace the Seven Courts water main, which has leaked constantly over the past year. The improvements are part of the Fiscal Year 2022 budget. The budget also includes money to solve a drainage problem that has plagued Avondale Road in Carney, $550,000 to upgrade the sewer system in Richlyn …


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Olszewski issues statement on passage of Baltimore County’s FY22 budget

TOWSON, MD—Following the Baltimore County Council’s unanimous vote to pass Baltimore County’s budget for Fiscal Year 2022, County Executive Johnny Olszewski released the following statement: “I thank my partners on the County Council for their commitment to investing in our shared future and a better Baltimore County.  With this budget, we’re poised to build on the historic progress we’ve already …


Councilman Marks: $3.1 million allocated in budget to repair Silverwood Stream

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday announced that $3.1 million has been included in the proposed Fiscal Year 2022 budget to repair the Silverwood Stream. The stream is located off of Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall, near Pinedale Drive. Many streams have been impacted by the impact of development over the past several decades, causing private property …

Councilman Marks: Bulk trash pickup to begin in 2022

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday evening applauded a proposal in the proposed Fiscal Year 2022 county budget that would begin bulk trash pickup next spring. Bulk trash pickup stopped more than three decades ago, forcing county residents to haul large items to county landfills. Under the budget plan unveiled by County Executive Johnny Olszewski, bulk trash pickup …

Governor Hogan advances plan to move state agencies to downtown Baltimore, help revitalize Central Business District [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Monday announced the initial steps of a sweeping plan to move 3,300 state employees from 12 different agencies to downtown Baltimore, and help revitalize the city’s Central Business District. To jumpstart this plan, the state is publishing a Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking commercial office space to relocate the headquarters of the Maryland Department of …

Councilman Marks: Perry Hall fire station to receive new roof

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has announced that the Perry Hall fire station will receive a new roof, should the Fiscal Year 2022 budget be approved by the County Council. The budget submitted by County Executive John Olszewski Jr., includes $200,000 to replace the roof at Station #55, which was built in the 1980s. “We appreciate the additional …