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Executive Kittleman presents capital improvement budget for Fiscal Year 2018

Executive Kittleman presents capital improvement budget for Fiscal Year 2018

Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman presented his FY2018 Capital Budget to the County Council. The $374.3 million Capital Improvement Program (CIP) includes $201.3 million from General Obligation (GO) bonds, including $105 million in estimated public financing for the much-needed new Circuit Courthouse project and other projects that add up to $96.3 million of GO.
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Howard County Government Closings for Good Friday on April 14

Howard County Government Closings for Good Friday on April 14

Howard County Government offices, 50+ centers and the animal shelter will be closed in observance of the Good Friday holiday on Friday, April 14. However, the courts and the Alpha Ridge Landfill will be open and regular trash, recycling, food scrap and yard trim services will occur as scheduled.
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Executive Kittleman announces FY 2018 capital budget initiatives to advance Gateway Innovation District and community services consolidation

Executive Kittleman announces FY 2018 capital budget initiatives to advance Gateway Innovation District and community services consolidation

At a press conference in the Gateway Business Park, Kittleman outlined plans to create the Howard County Innovation Center in the county-owned Gateway Building. He also announced plans to create a Community Resources Campus to further consolidate human services. Both projects will be included in Kittleman's proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget to be presented to the Howard County Council on March 31, 2017.
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Howard County wins stormwater management project award for Ellicott City staircase

Historic Ellicott City's Lot E Staircase and Water Quality Improvement Project has been named by the Chesapeake Stormwater Network as the Best Urban BMP (best management practice) in the Bay. This project connects Main Street with the upper Howard County Circuit Courthouse area and, more importantly, serves an important role in managing stormwater for Ellicott City and treating runoff from two acres of impervious surface at the courthouse site.
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