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Date: Feb 14, 2020

County Can Move Forward on Nearly $250 Million in County-Funded, Shovel-Ready Projects

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski today issued the following statement in response the passage of the Built to Learn Act by the Maryland House of Delegates in a vote of 128–6:

“Today’s historic and bipartisan vote is a critical step in providing our children and educators here in Baltimore County—and across the state—with the modern school facilities they deserve.

“I’ve proudly led the fight for increased state investment in school construction to ensure Baltimore County can finally move forward on nearly $250 million in County-funded, shovel-ready projects.

“I applaud Speaker Jones and the Maryland House of Delegates for moving quickly on this priority and I look forward to continuing to work with Senate President Ferguson to get the job done this year for communities across Maryland.”


Trash and Recycling Collection Normal, Drop-off Facilities Open 

Baltimore County government offices, and the District and Circuit Courts, will be closed on Monday, February 17 in recognition of Presidents Day.

Health department clinics, libraries and senior centers will be closed, and CountyRide vans will not operate. Parking meters must be fed and Baltimore County Revenue Authority parking garages will be open as usual. 

Trash and recyclables will be collected according to the normal schedule. The County’s trash and recycling drop-off facilities will be open. Residents can log onto the Bureau of Solid Waste Management’s website for more information about recycling and trash collection, including schedules and drop-off center locations and hours. Residents may also call the Bureau of Solid Waste Management at 410-887-2000. 

Collection schedules are also available on the County’s BaltCoGo app, available on mobile phones.


 
 
Revised September 11, 2017