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Chase Government

New Playground Opens at Bengies Community Center in Chase 

–photo courtesy of Delegate Ryan Nawrocki- Local leaders held a ribbon cutting for the new Bengies Community Center playground in Chase. Baltimore County Rec. and Parks Director Bob Smith attended the event Saturday morning along with Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, Delegate Ryan Nawrocki and members of the Bengies-Chase Recreation Council. According to Marks, the […]

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Government Key Bridge Collapse

County Annouces Legal Steps in Key Bridge Collapse

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced that the administration plans to partner with experienced and highly-specialized law firms, Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. and Bekman, Marder, Hopper, Malarkey & Perlin, LLC, to proactively pursue and address legal claims against all those responsible for the tragic Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. Through this partnership, Baltimore County will […]

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Government Key Bridge Collapse

PORT Act Signed into Law by Maryland Governor

–photo courtesy of Gov. Wes Moore- Members of the Maryland General Assembly passed the Maryland Protecting Opportunities Regional Trade (PORT Act) on Monday and the bill was signed into law by Gov. Wes Moore on Tuesday. These bill will help assist businesses that are hurt by the Key Bridge collapse and establish a scholarship program […]

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Government Key Bridge Collapse

SBC Business Recovery Centers to Open for Key Bridge Disaster

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will begin to operate the following Business Recovery Centers (BRC) to assist business owners in completing disaster loan applications, accept documents for existing applications, and provide status updates on loan applications. These Centers will operate as indicated below until further notice. BALTIMORE COUNTY Dundalk Renaissance Center 11 Center Place […]

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Community Meetings Government

Eastside Public Meeting on Possible County Council Expansion

The County Council created an advisory body back in 2023 to conduct research and make recommendations on the size and structure of the Baltimore County Council and related matters. There are currently seven districts and seven council members (pictured) Three public meetings will be held and the east side meeting is set for the White […]

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Government Rosedale Traffic

Marks Requests Traffic Light at Bucks Schoolhouse & PH Blvd.

–Fifth District Councilman David Marks released a statement that has introduced a resolution that would place a traffic light at the intersection of Perry Hall Bouelvard & Bucks Schoolhouse in Rossville area- I have introduced a resolution that requests the Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation to follow through on a traffic light […]

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Dundalk Edgemere Essex Government

District 7 Budget Town Hall Set for Wednesday, March 13

County Executive John Olszewski and Councilman Todd Crandell will host a District 7 Budget Town Hall on Wednesday, March 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Dundalk Elementary School. Residents will have the opportunity to share their ideas, priorities, and feedback on the budget Every year, prior to submitting his budget to the County Council […]

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Government Middle River

Marks: Council Sets Cap for Greenleigh at Crossroads

-photo courtesy of Greenleigh at Crossroads- –The following statement was released by County Councilman David Marks after the County Council set a cap for the development of Greenleigh at Crossroads in Middle River- The Baltimore County Council passed my legislation that slashes the potential number of future homes at the Greenleigh at Crossroads area by […]

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Government Meetings Nottingham

Avenue at White Marsh Apartments Online Development Meeting

A development meeting will be held online for the proposed Avenue at White Marsh apartments on Thursdays March 7 and March 14 at 10 a.m. The project is proposing 200 multi-family apartments at 4921 Campbell Blvd. in Nottingham. Federal Realty is the development of this project and the acreage is listed at 4.96 acres. This will […]

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Government Middle River

County to Purchase Part of Generating Station for Park Land

Baltimore County today announced it has entered into an agreement in principle with Charlotte-based Forsite Development to acquire major portions of former Charles P. Crane generating station in Middle River and preserve the majority of the site as future parkland. “I am proud of the ways in which our administration is preserving cherished open space […]

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