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|02/19/2014 - Baltimore County Recognized as National Complete Streets Leader
Baltimore County has been recognized as a national leader in making streets safer and more convenient for everyone who uses them, according to the National Complete Streets Coalition, a program of Smart Growth America.
|02/14/2014 - Baltimore County Offices Closed for Presidents' Day
Baltimore County government offices, and the District and Circuit Courts will be closed on Monday, February 17 in recognition of Presidents' Day.
|02/14/2014 - Recycling Collections Canceled, Trash Collected as Conditions Permit
Due to the aftermath of yesterday's snowstorm, recycling collections in Baltimore County are canceled for today, February 14, and any recyclables that were not collected yesterday will not be collected until the next scheduled recycling collection date.
|02/12/2014 - Sanitary Sewer Overflow Stopped
Baltimore County’s Department of Public Works reported this morning that an overflow from a sewer line located south of Ashland Road near the Loch Raven Reservoir was stopped this Wednesday morning at 1 a.m.
|02/12/2014 - Sanitary Sewer Overflow – Ashland Road, Hunt Valley
Baltimore County’s Department of Public Works is reporting an on-going sanitary sewer overflow from a sewer line located south of Ashland Road near the Loch Raven Reservoir.
|02/11/2014 - County Reminds Citizens to Follow @BACOemergency on Twitter for Winter Storm Pax Updates
County Executive Kamenetz reminds citizens to follow @BACOemergency on Twitter for all the latest County storm information.
|02/11/2014 - Baltimore County Restaurant Week Proves Super Successful
Baltimore County's Winter Restaurant Week, which ran for 17 days in January, is proclaimed an outstanding success.
|02/06/2014 - Kamenetz Announces Triple Triple-A Bond Ratings
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today that Baltimore County has once again earned a triple-A bond rating from each of the three major rating agencies on Wall Street — Fitch Ratings, Standard and Poor's, and Moody's Investors Service.
|02/06/2014 - New Phone System to Save Up to $1 Million Per Year
As the County nears completion of the installation of new Voice Over Internet Protocol phones in County facilities, County Executive Kamenetz announced today that this technology initiative is saving $456,000 this fiscal year.
|02/05/2014 - Latest Edition of "Hello Baltimore County" Now Airing
The February edition of Baltimore County's half-hour cable television public affairs show, "Hello Baltimore County," is now airing.
|02/04/2014 - Give Yourself a Valentine with a Sweet Deal on Pet Adoptions
Residents can save money this Valentines' season and add some warmth to their lives by taking advantage of the County's "sweet deal" on pet adoptions from February 8 to 15.
|02/03/2014 - Baltimore County Unemployment Rate Dips to 5.9 Percent
Baltimore County's unemployment rate dipped to 5.9 percent in December, the first time the rate posted below 6 percent in five years.
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