Entries by Eric Costello

FY2018 Budget Process

The following Fiscal Year 2018 budget publications are now available online: Fiscal 2018 Preliminary Budget Fiscal 2018 Executive Summary The City Council’s Budget & Appropriations Committee schedule for hearing the FY2018 budget is appended below and available for download here: Final Budget Schedule

UPCOMING SNOW STORM

CRITICAL UPDATES FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) – Schools open 2 hours late on Wednesday, March 15. District office opens on time. Staff: Check your email for reporting details., please follow BCPS on Twitter or Facebook for updates.

BALTIMORE SUN: COSTELLO AND HAYES: DON’T GIVE UP ON STATE CENTER

Costello and Hayes: Don’t give up on State Center The Sun hit the nail on the head in its editorial last month bemoaning the effect on the city of Gov. Larry Hogan‘s decision to cancel Maryland’s contracts for the renovation of the State Center office complex on Baltimore’s West Side. We share The Sun’s view, […]

BIENNIAL AUDITS OVERSIGHT COMMISSION (BAOC)

The first meeting of the Biennial Audits Oversight Commission (BAOC) will be Wednesday, Feb 15, 5pm, at City Hall, in Council Chambers on the 4th Floor. More information on the 1st meeting is available below: BAOC – Draft Agenda – outlines the agenda for meeting and the four votes that will take place; BAOC – Charter Amendment – […]

COSTELLO INTRODUCES BILL TO KEEP CYCLISTS SAFE

Councilman Eric T. Costello introduced legislation aimed at keeping cyclists safe. The bill does two key things: 1) it increases the penalty for blocking a bike lane with a motor vehicle; and 2) makes this a towable offense. Bikemore, the premier cyclist advocacy group in Baltimore City has expressed their support for the legislation. You can learn […]