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Title: Olszewski Announces Updated Town Hall Schedule
Final budget town hall, police community town hall meeting details released 

TOWSON, MD — In the latest effort to promote open and accessible government, County Executive Johnny Olszewski today announced details for additional town hall meetings to directly engage with residents.

As part of the ongoing national search for a new chief to lead the Baltimore County Police Department, the County is hosting Public Safety Community Forums to offer residents to provide input into the selection process.

Community Public Safety Community Forum Details

  • East County Policing Town Hall: Tuesday, February 26, Sollers Point Multi-Purpose Center Auditorium, 323 Sollers Point Road Dundalk, Maryland 21222; 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • West County Policing Town Hall: Thursday, February 28, Milford Mill Academy, 3800 Washington Ave, Baltimore, MD 21244; 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

In addition, residents can also send written comments to policechiefsearch@baltimorecountymd.gov. A number of comments have already been received.

The confidentiality of all applicants will be maintained throughout the search process. A new police chief will be in place by June 2019. More information about the police chief search process is available here.

Final Budget Town Hall Meeting Scheduled 

Baltimore County today also announced a new date and time for the final of seven town hall meetings focused on Baltimore County’s current fiscal climate.

The District 1 meeting co-hosted by Council Chairman Tom Quirk will be held on Wednesday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m. at UMBC’s Fine Arts Recital Hall (1000 Hilltop Circle, 21250).

The meeting was postponed last week following inclement weather.

To date over 1200 residents have attended town hall meetings across Baltimore County.

“We’ve seen overwhelmingly that community members want to hear from—and speak directly to—their government. I’m committed to making that reality,” said County Executive Johnny Olszewski. “We remain focused on continuing to work collaboratively with stakeholders in every community to overcome our shared challenges and build a better Baltimore County together.” 

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Revised September 11, 2017