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|10/24/2014 - Upper Jones Falls Watershed Community Asked to Help Develop Plan
Community members, business people and others interested in the local environment are invited to learn about and contribute to efforts to improve the watershed of the Upper Jones Falls, a major tributary to the Chesapeake Bay.
|10/24/2014 - Baltimore County Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.8 Percent
Baltimore County’s unemployment rate fell to 5.8 percent in September, dropping from 6.7 percent in August.
|10/23/2014 - Kamenetz, Brown and Ruppersberger Highlight Progress at Sparrows Point
Kamenetz, Brown and Ruppersberger joined leadership from Sparrows Point Terminal, regional business leaders, and state and local officials for a press conference highlighting the redevelopment potential of Sparrows Point.
|10/22/2014 - Kamenetz Dedicates New CountyRide Vans
Seniors and disabled people who rely on Baltimore County’s specialized CountyRide transportation service got good news today as County Executive Kamenetz announced the purchase of four mini-buses to replace vehicles in the CountyRide fleet.
|10/22/2014 - Dogwood Road in Woodlawn to Partially Close for Construction
Baltimore County will close a portion of Dogwood Road in Woodlawn between Featherbed and Whitestone Road, on Monday, October 27 in order to construct a storm drain.
|10/20/2014 - Ruby Tuesday Opens New Restaurant in Randallstown
Ruby Tuesday has opened its popular American casual dining restaurant in Randallstown.
|10/20/2014 - Kamenetz Announces Acquisition of New Parkland in Granite Area
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today that the County plans to acquire 258 acres of open space in the Granite area of Baltimore County for passive recreation.
|10/16/2014 - County Announces Loans to Small, Minority and Women-Owned Companies from New Boost Fund
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the first three loans awarded from a new $1.5 million Baltimore County Boost Fund, a flexible financing resource for small, minority and women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs.
|10/15/2014 - Fire Department Unveils $6.8 Million Worth of New Medic Equipment
Today, the Baltimore County Fire Department unveiled $6.8 million worth of new medic equipment, consisting of 21 units.
|10/14/2014 - Kamenetz Proposes $9.8 Million in Capital Funds for School Safety Initiatives
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced $9.8 million in new money to ensure that every Baltimore County public school will have ID card readers and networked security cameras.
|10/09/2014 - County Website Earns National Recognition as Best of Web Award Finalist
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today that Baltimore County’s website has once again earned multiple honors from nationally recognized experts in web design and usability.
|10/07/2014 - Baltimore County Offices Closed for Columbus Day
Baltimore County government offices, and the District and Circuit Courts, will be closed on Monday, October 13 in recognition of Columbus Day.
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