The County Commissioners, Village of Rosemont and City of Brunswick and will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 10 am on June 21 to launch the Rosemont Water Supply Project.
The Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved $25,000 for additional expenditures to Funk & Bolton, Attorneys at Law, for their continuing work on behalf of the Clean Chesapeake Coalition, formerly called the Total Maximum Daily Load Coalition.
The Board will meet every other Thursday during the months of July and August, a departure from its normal schedule of weekly Thursday meetings.
The Board of County Commissioners posted information on the county website related to the proposed sale of the Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center and the Montevue Assisted Living Facility to Aurora Health Care Management LLC.
The department will relocate as of June 12 to 5340 Spectrum Drive, Suite A, Frederick, Md, due to HVAC renovations at 520 North Market Street. The department will be in the Spectrum Drive location for approx. one year.
The Board of County Commissioners approved the FY2014 Operating Budget of approximately $516 million, the Capital Budget of approximately $69 million and the FY2014 – 2019 Capital Improvements Program of approximately $555 million.
Board President Blaine Young interviews County Manager Lori Depies about the proposal and public hearing at 6 pm on June 25 at FCC's JBK Theater.
To accommodate citizens who wish to comment on the proposal, the commissioners will hold the public hearing starting at 6 pm on Tues, June 25, at the Frederick Community College JBK Theater located at 7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, Md.
The Board of County Commissioners announced that over 200 fees associated with doing business with Frederick County Government have been reduced or eliminated since the board was sworn into office on December 1, 2010.
With the start of the hurricane season, the Division of Emergency Management and the American Red Cross, Frederick County Chapter, encourage residents and businesses to review their preparedness plan.
The Frederick County Ethics Commission issued Opinion 13-02 in response to a complaint against Commissioner Kirby Delauter of the Board of County Commissioners in which it found that there was no conflict of interest violation.
The funding will facilitate the adoption and use of health information technology to support coordinated care between the center and Frederick Memorial Hospital.
The Board of County Commissioners met in closed session to consider proposals for the sale of the Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center and the Montevue Assisted Living Facility.