Tag: Board of Public Works
Board of Public Works approves $413.17 million in ...
By Bryan Renbaum | July 1, 2020 | Governor, News | 0 |
Battle looms over Hogan’s proposed $1.45 bil...
By Bryan Renbaum | June 30, 2020 | General Assembly, News | 0 |
State Roundup: BPW OKs $120M in budget cuts; judge...
By Cynthia Prairie | May 21, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Mosby emphasizes her support for legislation manda...
By Bryan Renbaum | February 26, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
Steam line repair project means changes on Lawyers...
By Capital News Service | September 6, 2018 | General Assembly, Governor, News | 1 |
Frederick County councilman slams BPW decision to advance Hogan’s traffic relief plan
by Bryan Renbaum | August 12, 2021 | News | 0 |
Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen Thursday blasted a recent decision by the Board of Public Works to advance Gov. Larry Hogan’s traffic relief congestion plan for the Capitol Beltway.Read More
Board of Public Works approves $413.17 million in budget cuts
by Bryan Renbaum | July 1, 2020 | Governor, News | 0 |
@BryanRenbaum The Board of Public Works on Wednesday morning voted to approve Gov. Larry...Read More
Battle looms over Hogan’s proposed $1.45 billion in budget cuts
by Bryan Renbaum | June 30, 2020 | General Assembly, News | 0 |
@BryanRenbaum The coronavirus pandemic has taken huge toll on Maryland’s economy and has...Read More
State Roundup: BPW OKs $120M in budget cuts; judge rejects shutdown challenge
by Cynthia Prairie | May 21, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
BPW OKs $120 million in budget cuts amid possible revenue loss of $1.1 billion; a federal judge Wednesday rejected a constitutional challenge to Gov. Larry Hogan’s stay-at-home ordersRead More
Mosby emphasizes her support for legislation mandating compensation to exonerated prisoners
by Bryan Renbaum | February 26, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
“This is a vital piece of legislation that seeks to ensure that those who have been wrongly accused and convicted are provided with the means to re-enter society and can have compensation and begin to alleviate the financial burden that that wrongful incarceration has placed on not only themselves but also their families,” Baltimore City State’s Attorney Mosby said at a Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee hearing on Tuesday.Read More
Steam line repair project means changes on Lawyers Mall
by Capital News Service | September 6, 2018 | General Assembly, Governor, News | 1 |
Statues of Thurgood Marshall and three companions are being sent away from Lawyers Mall in Annapolis as part of a renovation project that will close the mall in 2019.Read More
Hogan, Franchot criticize spending on school construction
by Capital News Service | November 5, 2015 | Education, News | 25 |
In a heated discussion with the head of the school construction program, Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot aired serious concerns about the state’s spending on public school projects at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting. “We can’t just keep shoveling more and more money without accountability,” Hogan said. “The taxpayers are getting pretty frustrated with the results.”Read More
Rutherford, Franchot question single-bid $634M health insurance contract, minority business participation
by Capital News Service | October 7, 2015 | News | 2 |
Comptroller Peter Franchot and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, standing in for Gov. Larry Hogan, once again criticized state agencies’ procurement processes at the Board of Public Works meeting Wednesday, challenging a Maryland Transit Administration health insurance single-bid contract.Read More
Hogan, Franchot blast state contractor over speaking payments to O’Malley
by Len Lazarick | September 16, 2015 | Uncategorized | 3 |
Approval of a nearly $800,000 contract with a longtime state vendor was postponed when Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot raised sharp criticisms over the company’s outside payments to former Gov. Martin O’Malley, at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting.Read More
Lt. governor scolds bureaucrats on spending for land, budget cushions
by Len Lazarick | June 23, 2015 | News | 5 |
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford came down hard on state department spending this Tuesday, as he covered for Gov. Larry Hogan at the first Board of Public works meeting since the governor announced he was starting treatment for cancer.
Rutherford lectured the Department of Natural Resources about their high land bids, the Department of Juvenile Services and the Department of Human Services for unnecessary budget “cushioning” in the millions, and shot down the Board of Elections’ request for $1.8 million for an informational ballot-campaign.Read More
State pushing low-interest loans to revitalize Baltimore businesses
by Maryland Reporter | May 21, 2015 | News | 2 |
Maryland officials are looking to use micro-loans as a key tool in neighborhood revitalization, congratulating one state department on its efforts to support small business following the Freddie Gray protests.Read More
Analysis: Hubris at the Board of Public Works?
by Charlie Hayward | April 20, 2015 | News | 2 |
Whether you call him the new sheriff in town, or the public-sector incarnation of the muscle-bound wrestler “Hulk” Hogan, Governor Larry Hogan has meted out his own brand of “whoop ass” on flat-footed state bureaucrats while presiding over his first six meetings of the Board of Public Works, a three-member panel that approves major state procurements.Read More
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