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Howard County’s Curbside Recycling Goes Plastic Bag Free

Effective Saturday, June 15, 2019, Howard County’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Environmental Services will no longer accept curbside recycling placed out in plastic bags. Items placed out for recycling, should be placed loose in the county assigned recycling bin/cart.
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Howard County Departments of Public Works and Planning and Zoning to Host Public Meeting on Council Bill 56-2018

Howard County’s Departments of Public Works and Planning and Zoning will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, May 21 to discuss the studies related to Council Bill 56-2018 (CB56-2018): Tiber Branch Watershed and Plumtree Branch Watershed Safety Act. The studies were applied to Ellicott City neighborhoods, including but not limited to, Valley Mede, Chatham, Nob Hill, Dunloggin, Dorsey’s Search, Autumn Hill, Taylor Village and Stonecrest.
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Court House Drive Slope Stabilization Project to Begin

A Howard County project to stabilize a slope and restore an existing storm drain outfall near 3620 Court House Drive in Ellicott City, is expected to begin on or about Monday, May 20. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed by late September.
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Spring Ridge Drainage Improvement Project to Begin

A Howard County construction project to install a storm drain with minor modifications to the stormwater management pond at Springway Road and Deerfield Drive in Ellicott City, is scheduled to begin on or about Monday, May 13. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed by early June. 
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County Executive Ball To Join Press Event for Clean Energy Jobs Act

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball will join a press conference, organized by the Maryland Climate Coalition, on Main Street in Ellicott City to support the Clean Energy Jobs Act. To raise awareness for the legislation and the need to address climate change, activists are undertaking a cross-state 150-mile bike ride from Annapolis to Frederick, including a stop in Ellicott City.
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County Executive Ball Holds Press Conference on Transportation Vision

County Executive Ball Holds Press Conference on Transportation Vision

Ball announced that the Office of Transportation will be led by Bruce Gartner, former Executive Director of the Maryland Transportation Authority, and significant enhancements to the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland bus service in Howard County as part of his vision for improved transportation.
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Heritage Heights Water and Sewer Extension Project to Begin

A Howard County construction project to extend public water and sewer to Thompson Drive and Tulane Drive in Clarksville is expected to begin on or about Monday, May 13. Temporary lane shifts can be expected during construction hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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