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|04/22/2014 - Kamenetz to Host Seventh 'Coffee with Kevin' for Pulaski Highway Communities
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will hold his seventh community forum as part of an ongoing effort to interact directly with Baltimore County residents and community leaders.
|04/22/2014 - Potomac Photonics Moves to Baltimore County
Potomac Photonics, a digital manufacturing firm specializing in micro technologies for the bio tech and medical device industries, has moved to Baltimore County.
|04/17/2014 - County Offers Big Trees Sale
Baltimore County's Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability is hosting its ninth bi-annual Big Trees Sale to encourage homeowners to plant trees in their yards.
|04/15/2014 - Kamenetz Announces Schools for Our Future Program in Budget Message
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz presented the Fiscal 2015 Budget Message to the County Council this morning.
|04/11/2014 - Baltimore County Encourages Residents to Celebrate Earth Day by 'Grasscycling'
Earth Day will take place this year on Tuesday, April 22, and Baltimore County's Bureau of Solid Waste Management is encouraging residents to celebrate by 'grasscycling.'
|04/10/2014 - Downtown Towson Streetscape and Lighting Improvements Underway
With Towson Square restaurants and 15 Cinemark movie screens opening this summer, Baltimore County is updating streetscapes and lighting in downtown Towson.
|04/09/2014 - Kamenetz Announces Project to Divert Sewage from Bullneck Creek in Dundalk
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today that pending construction of a private sewage pumping station will divert the effluent from failing septic systems in the Dundalk Mobile Home Court and prevent it from entering Bullneck Creek.
|04/09/2014 - First ACE Students Graduate From Unique County Workforce Training Initiative
An innovative workforce training initiative for low-skill job seekers has minted its first graduating class.
|04/08/2014 - County’s Tourism Website Wins Awards
The Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion's website, EnjoyBaltimoreCounty.com, has received honors from two distinguished Internet associations.
|04/05/2014 - Kamenetz and Perry Hall Area Leaders Celebrate Grand Opening of Perry Paw Dog Park
On Saturday morning, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and an enthusiastic crowd of dog lovers cut the ribbon on a great new community amenity, the Perry Paw Dog Park at Honeygo Run Regional Park in Perry Hall.
|04/03/2014 - County Set to Spay and Neuter Pets at Reduced Rates
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today additional enhancements to the Animal Services Division including: public spay and neuter services, the hiring of two full-time veterinarians and new adoption hours.
|04/01/2014 - Kamenetz Seeks to Limit Hours of Operation for Hookah and Vapor Lounges
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is submitting legislation to the County Council that will limit the hours of operation of hookah and vapor lounges in Baltimore County.
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