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Howard County Government Closings for Veterans Day Holiday on November 11

Howard County Government Closings for Veterans Day Holiday on November 11

Howard County Government offices, courts and animal shelter will be closed on Wednesday, November 11 in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. However, regular trash, recycling, yard trim and food scrap services will be in effect and the Alpha Ridge Landfill will be open. The County’s 50+ centers remain closed at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Human Rights Commission Announces Winners of 2020 Human Rights Awards

The Howard County Human Rights Commission announced that Jumel Howard, Erika Strauss Chavarria and The Horizon Foundation are the recipients of the 2020 Human Rights Awards during a virtual awards ceremony on October 22nd. In addition, Charmaine Y. Yuan is the recipient of the Human Rights Commission’s newly formed Human Rights Student Award. 
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Complete Street Improvements Underway in Savage 

A Howard County construction project to improve pedestrian access and safety, while providing vehicular traffic calming at several locations in Savage has begun. The Complete Street project will include curb and sidewalk improvements along and roadway resurfacing of Washington Street between Fair Street and Williams Street, and on Fair Street, Commercial Street and Foundry Street between Baltimore Street and Washington Street.
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County Executive Ball Delivers 2020 State of the County Speech

County Executive Ball Delivers 2020 State of the County Speech

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball delivered the inaugural Howard County “State of County” address virtually to Howard County residents Wednesday, October 28th. Under the theme, “We Rise Together,” Ball addressed the county’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and announced the next major step in the county’s recovery effort, “The HoCo RISE Collaborative” an effort.
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County Executive Ball Recognizes National First Responders Day

On Wednesday, October 28th, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball was joined by Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, the Howard County Opioid Crisis Community Council and Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care to acknowledge and celebrate the efforts of first responders in the battle against substance misuse on National First Responders Day.
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