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Old Frederick Road Sewer Extension Project to Begin

A Howard County construction project to connect 8379 and 8369 Old Frederick Road in Ellicott City to the County’s public sewer main is expected to begin on or about Thursday, January 7, 2021. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed by late March.
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Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Highlights Accomplishments Over First Two Years in Office

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Highlights Accomplishments Over First Two Years in Office

As 2020 comes to a close, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball released his administration’s mid-term accomplishments and progress on behalf of the residents of Howard County. The County Executive continued his administration’s progress under his seven pillars that empowers Ready and Successful Students, establishes Safe and Engaged Communities, champions a Clean and Sustainable Environment, invests in Thriving and Healthy Residents, builds Reliable and Accessible Infrastructure, and expands St...
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Howard County Marks 1st Anniversary of Inclusive Age-Friendly Initiative

County Executive Calvin Ball marked the first anniversary of the detailed “Age-Friendly Howard County” initiative. The initiative encompasses a three- to five-year plan to join the AARP network of age-friendly states and communities, an affiliate of the World Health Organization (WHO). Achieving this designation requires focused efforts to create a “livable” community and ensure Howard County continues to evolve as a great place to grow up and to grow older. 
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South Branch Park Improvements Completed

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, Sykesville Mayor Ian Shaw and County Department of Recreation & Parks Director Raul Delerme announced the completion of new improvements - improved parking, sidewalks, stormwater management controls and other amenities, to South Branch Park.
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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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