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  1. Kamenetz Urges Support of Aid Efforts in Nepal

    Devastating Earthquake Killed Thousands

    On Saturday, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. Latest numbers suggest more than 3,700 people have been killed with thousands more injured.

    “We extend our hearts and prayers to the people of Nepal and encourage you to support aid efforts through the charity of your choice in this time of great need,” said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

    The following organizations are among the many that have established emergency relief funds to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Nepal and impacted areas of India and China:

    • UNICEF
    • Oxfam
    • Red Cross
    Mon, 27 Apr 2015 20:50:00 GMT
  2. Gore Mill Road Bridge Closed

    Traffic Detoured

    Baltimore County has closed Gore Mill Road Bridge (Bridge Number 138) which spans Little Falls just south of Morris Meadows Recreation Farm because of deteriorating concrete on the bridge deck discovered earlier today.

    The bridge will be closed pending repairs, and traffic will be detoured via Middletown Road and Freeland Road.

    The 25-foot-long, concrete bridge is about 80 years old, say County engineers, and is scheduled for replacement next year along with two other structures over Little Falls.

    Mon, 27 Apr 2015 18:36:00 GMT
  3. Department of Health Asks Residents to Complete Health Survey

    Identify Ways to Improve Health

    The Baltimore County Department of Health is conducting a survey of the community to identify ways to improve health. Valuable information can be learned by surveying leaders, residents of the County, healthcare providers and community groups.

    The survey results, combined with statistics and data that the health department currently collects, will provide direction for future initiatives and partnerships.

    If you are a Baltimore County resident, please take this brief survey. Your answers will remain anonymous and will help health officials to better understand how you believe the health of Baltimore County can continue to be improved.

    Mon, 27 Apr 2015 14:14:00 GMT
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