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Howard County Government Closings for Thanksgiving Holiday on November 26th & 27th

Howard County Government Closings for Thanksgiving Holiday on November 26th & 27th

Howard County Government offices, courts, animal shelter, Recreation & Parks’ community and athletic centers, activity rooms and historic sites, and the Alpha Ridge Landfill will be closed on Thursday, November 26th in observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday. As there will be no curbside trash, recycling, yard trim or food scrap collection on Thanksgiving Day, the County’s holiday "slide” schedule will be in effect for the remainder of the week.
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Old Mill Road Sewer Extension Project to Begin

A Howard County construction project to connect 9934 Old Mill Road in Ellicott City to the County’s public sewer main is expected to begin on or about Monday, November 30. The project is not expected to impact the flow of traffic and weather permitting, is expected to be completed by mid-December.
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Furnace Avenue Sewer and Manhole Work to Begin  

A developer project to install a sewer and manhole near 5635 Furnace Avenue in Elkridge, is expected to begin on or about Monday, November 30th. During the project, Furnace Avenue between Bushwacker Way and Railroad Avenue will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed within one week.
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County Executive Ball Announces Additional Gathering Restrictions

County Executive Ball Announces Additional Gathering Restrictions

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced additional gathering limits for 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors to include weddings, recreational sports and programs, as well as social/fraternal organizations and association clubs. Recreation & Parks is cancelling all upcoming tournaments.
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Howard County to Plant 150 Trees to Celebrate 30 Years as a “Tree City”

Howard County to Plant 150 Trees to Celebrate 30 Years as a “Tree City”

Today, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced the County’s Department of Recreation & Parks will plant 150 trees in Rockburn Branch Park in Elkridge to mark three decades as an Arbor Day Foundation-designated “Tree City.” This year, the County has planted more than 7,000 trees, including a free giveaway of 2,020 native trees to residents back in August.
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