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County Executive Calvin Ball Encourages Families To Attend ‘Trick or Treat on Main’ in Ellicott City

Tomorrow, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball will attend “Trick or Treat on Main,” a Halloween event where trick-or-treaters of all ages collect treats from Ellicott City shops and restaurants on historic Main Street. The event is scheduled from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., with families encouraged to come early and stay late to explore the unique businesses in Ellicott City. The event will be both kid-friendly and dog-friendly.
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County Executive Calvin Ball To Light George Howard Building Purple For Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball will light the George Howard Building purple in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month tonight and every night for the rest of October. Domestic violence harms nearly a third of women and nearly 20% of children. Since 1987, National Domestic Violence Awareness Month has been designated as an opportunity to raise awareness and promote resources for healing.
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Boones Lane Sewer Extension Project to Begin

A Howard County construction project to extend public sewer to 3222 and 3226 Boones Lane in Ellicott City is expected to begin on or about Monday, October 28. The project involves the installation of approximately 107 linear feet of eight-inch sewer main, a four-foot diameter manhole and water and sewer house connections. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed by late November.
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Statement of Howard County Executive Calvin Ball on HCPSS Health Fund Deficit

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball has issued the following statement on HCPSS’s Health Fund deficit: “The County was just informed of the HCPSS audit concern, which appears to be primarily driven by an unanticipated claims spike that exceeded actuarial projections by $10.2 million and a policy decision by HCPSS to provide $3.3 million unbudgeted employee benefit credits, per the superintendent’s memo. We feel it is appropriate for HCPSS to review its practices that resulted in the defici...
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