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  1. FY 16 Budget at a Glance

    Keith Dorsey
     Director, Baltimore County Office of Budget and Finance

    The Baltimore County Council has voted to adopt County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's proposed budget for FY 2016 with only minor changes. The County’s General Fund Operating Budget for FY 2016 is $1.95 billion, an increase of 4.7% above the previous year. The budget is within the Council’s spending affordability guidelines.The FY 2016 capital budget is $870 million and adheres within sound financial debt ratios.

    I invite you to take a look at the comprehensive budget originally proposed by the County Executive. Meanwhile, here is the FY 16 adopted budget at a glance:

    Wed, 27 May 2015 21:04:00 GMT
  2. Lane Closure on Towsontowne Boulevard

    Construction to Begin the First Week of June

    Baltimore County will close the east-bound lane of Towsontowne Boulevard between Bosley Avenue and York Road beginning the first week of June to accommodate utility construction.

    The lane will be closed from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. The daytime closure will continue approximately one month and will allow crews to work during the day rather than at night. It is designed to lessen the noise impact on local residents.

    Wed, 27 May 2015 14:09:00 GMT
  3. County Offers Final Two Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinics

    Dates and Locations

    Keep your pet and your family safe this summer by taking advantage of Baltimore County Department of Health's low-cost rabies vaccination clinics. The last of the annual off-site clinics take place May 30 and June 3.


    Saturday, May 30
    10 a.m. to noon
    Fields at Renaissance Park
    99 Stemmers Run Road
    Essex, Maryland 21221


    Wednesday, June 3
    6 to 8 p.m.
    Rockdale Park
    3326 North Rolling Road
    Baltimore, Maryland 21244

    Clinic Guidelines

    Vaccinations are $8 and available to cats, dogs and ferrets owned by county residents. The clinics will be held rain or shine. Animals receiving rabies shots must be at least 12 weeks old. All animals must be on leashes or in carriers. Due to time constraints, safety and escape risk, uncontrollable animals will not be vaccinated during the clinics. Aggressive dogs must be muzzled. All cats must be contained in a properly sized, escape-proof carrier. Exact change is appreciated, as cash and checks will be the only forms of payment accepted.

    Vaccinations protect domestic animals and humans from rabies, which is a potentially fatal disease. Baltimore County law requires pets to be licensed and for rabies vaccinations to be kept up-to-date.

    Wild Animals

    Other precautions against rabies include obeying leash laws and avoiding contact with wild animals, or unknown domestic animals. If your pet has had contact with a wild animal, notify your veterinarian. Additionally, if you have been bitten or scratched by an animal, seek medical attention.

    Bite and scratch exposures from any animal to a human or pet exposure to wildlife are also reportable to the local Health Department, Police Department or Animal Control authority.For more information on preventing and protecting your pet from rabies, contact the Baltimore County Department of Health at 410-887-PAWS (7297) or email

    Tue, 26 May 2015 13:13:00 GMT
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