According to DPW: “As part of the ongoing effort to keep our neighborhoods and waterways cleaner and healthier, Baltimore City is providing Municipal Trash Cans to every residential address that currently receives trash collection by the City. These durable, wheeled trash cans are equipped with attached, tight-fitting lids that have proven effective in keeping streets […]
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ALERT as of 11:30 PM on Friday, Jan 29: Phase II of the Snow Emergency Plan will be lifted on Saturday (Jan 30) at 12pm (Noon) in Baltimore City. Once Phase II is lifted, citizens will be able to resume parking along designated snow emergency routes. Effective at this time, Mayor Rawlings-Blake is also ending her declaration of a local […]
Councilman Costello helped organize the first Building Trades Fair at Digital Harbor High School, held on Wednesday, Dec 16. The Building Trades Fair is a partnership between Digital Harbor, CHOICE Trades, which represents 17 organized labor trades unions in the Baltimore metropolitan area, and Councilman Costello.
The City Council’s Committee on Taxation, Finance, and Economic Development Committee (TFED), held a hearing on the status of the Quadrennial Audits, on Nov 12. At the hearing, the Director of Department of Finance indicated that three of the five agencies in the first round were on schedule to be completed by Nov 30. As of […]
In advance of November 30, this communication provides important information on the first of six trials, related to the death of Freddie Gray, against Officer William Porter; and Baltimore Police Department (BPD) preparations. For the trial, the very general timeline that can be expected for the trial is as follows:
In response to concerns raised by Valet Operators and Hosts regarding Valet enforcement, please see the attached response from Parking Authority and Department of Transportation. If you have any questions or concerns about anything in the letter, please direct them to Brian Thompson, Valet Regulations Manager at PABC, at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will coordinate responses.
As winter is coming, this communication provides detailed information on optional coverage (HomeServe) for your home’s external water service and sewer service lines. My Office has received dozens of requests for information or questions on this optional coverage and we hope this communication will answer most, if not all, of these questions. As a homeowner in Baltimore […]
Below is the letter submitted to the Board of Commissioners for Baltimore City Public Schools in response to the recommendation to close Renaissance Academy. *****
BALTIMORE MALE ELECTED OFFICIALS HELP KICK OFF BMORE, BE BIG CAMPAIGN Sunday, November 1, 2015 BALTIMORE—Tomorrow, Councilman Brandon M. Scott, Councilman Eric T. Costello, and other Elected Officials will help to kick off the Bmore, Be Big Campaign.
Today, the City Council’s Taxation, Finance, and Economic Development Committee held a hearing on a recently introduced resolution: Investigative Hearing – Reviewing Charter Required Agency Audits. I introduced the resolution in response to delays in the delivery of the first five of thirteen Charter-mandated agency audits. In January 2015, we held our first hearing on […]