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New GBC board chair emphasizes the need for racial...
By Bryan Renbaum | October 14, 2020 | News | 0 |
Hogan: Stay-at-home order will be lifted Friday at...
By Bryan Renbaum | May 13, 2020 | COVID-19, Governor, News | 0 |
All non-essential businesses must close by 5 p.m. ...
By Bryan Renbaum | March 23, 2020 | Governor | 0 |
Local officials urge lawmakers to balance transpor...
By Bryan Renbaum | February 12, 2020 | News | 0 |
Hogan to move 3,300 state employees to downtown Baltimore
by Bryan Renbaum | April 19, 2021 | Governor | 0 |
In an attempt to help revitalize Baltimore’s downtown central business district the state plans to relocate more than 3,000 of its employees to offices in that area of the city, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday.Read More
New GBC board chair emphasizes the need for racial equity and unity
by Bryan Renbaum | October 14, 2020 | News | 0 |
The new chairman of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s board of directors emphasized the need for racial equity and unity amid national protests over the police killings of unarmed African-Americans.Read More
Hogan: Stay-at-home order will be lifted Friday at 5 p.m.
by Bryan Renbaum | May 13, 2020 | COVID-19, Governor, News | 0 |
Retail stores, barbershops, hair salons and houses of worship may reopen Friday evening and operate with up to 50% capacity.Read More
All non-essential businesses must close by 5 p.m. today, Hogan orders
by Bryan Renbaum | March 23, 2020 | Governor | 0 |
The government emphasized that he did not issue a “shelter-in-place” directive and is not forcing Marylanders to stay home.Read More
Local officials urge lawmakers to balance transportation spending statewide
by Bryan Renbaum | February 12, 2020 | News | 0 |
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball stressed his county’s need for expanded transit options. Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman said that the county’s annual budget includes $75 million for a “permanent public improvements fund” for transportation and that some of that money will go to mass transit, Pittman said local leaders must fight for the state funding their jurisdictions need.Read More
‘Rain tax’ falls all over the place: Stormwater fees uneven, from a penny to thousands
by Len Lazarick | May 29, 2013 | News | 13 |
The state’s 10 most populated counties are required by law to implement a stormwater utility fee by July 1. The revenue will be used to fund watershed protection and restoration programs, designed to prevent pollutants from entering the Chesapeake Bay. Seven jurisdictions have set a fee, but three others are still in the process of setting fees or getting local approval. The fees range from a penny to thousands of dollars.Read More
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