Effective April 29, 2021, the Washington County Board of Elections offices will be located at 17718 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21740. To allow time for a smooth transition into the new location, the Board of Election offices will be closed April 26-28, 2021. For additional questions or information, please contact the Washington County Department of Public … Continue reading Washington County Board of Elections
I am happy to inform you all that next Wednesday, April 21, 2021, the Board of Public Works is expected to approve $40,000 to Washington County. This will be used to install a permanent septic tank system at Kirkwood Park in the Town of Hancock.
Today is Sine Die and the last day of the 2021 Session. Today many pieces of legislation are going to Governor Hogan's desk for his signature and he is having a public event today starting at Noon. Below is his schedule for the day.
The Cumberland Times-News ran Delegate McKay's letter to the editor on the Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities. Click on the link to check it out! New Office Helps People Find Work, Opportunities
I am happy to inform you all that the Board of Public Works approved a $5,000 grant to the Board of Directors of the Cumberland History Cemetery Organization, Inc. This will be for the acquisition, planning, design, construction, repair, renovation, reconstruction, site improvement, and capital equipping of informational markers at multiple cemeteries in Allegany County.
Below is a press release on the State of Maryland's settlement with Verso Luke LLC and Verso Corporation. They had been polluting the Potomac River with toxic liquor and as a result there will be fines a payments Verso will have to pay. They will also have to continue in their investigation in finding out … Continue reading Settlement on Violations of Pollution Laws
On Wednesday April 7, the Board of Public Works will be considering a $5,000 grant that would go to the Cumberland History Cemetery Organization, Inc. This would then be used for informational markers at multiple cemeteries in Allegany County.
Since March of last year, we have experienced a pandemic unlike any other. It has taken a financial, mental, and emotional toll on our region, state, and country. That is not to mention the horrible loss of life we have suffered throughout this time as well. With many now out of work or in tough … Continue reading Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities
Below is the Governor's statement on the federal funds that have been allocated to the State of Maryland from the American Rescue Plan Act. You can read the full details below and watch the brief press conference as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxGLXs-zAgE The major components of the bipartisan agreement to provide targeted relief are: $1.1 billion in … Continue reading American Rescue Plan Funding
Governor Hogan announced today that 75% of Marylanders that are 65 and older have received at least one dose or a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Below is the full statement from the Governor's Office.