Building for the Future | Spring 2022 | TU Magazine | Towson University

For the first time, TU’s master plan is in direct alignment with the university’s strategic plan and its Self-Study for Middle States Re-Accreditation, which ensures a focused and comprehensive vision for the university. The master [...]

2022-04-27T11:17:37-04:00April 27th, 2022|Categories: Development, Schools|Tags: |Comments Off on Building for the Future | Spring 2022 | TU Magazine | Towson University

Baltimore County executive details $70M spending plan for school construction in 2023 – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. outlined the county’s spending plan for school construction projects next year, including $19 million to design new Towson and Dulaney high schools and $2.4 million for a new Scotts [...]

2022-03-28T17:52:07-04:00March 28th, 2022|Categories: Schools|Tags: |Comments Off on Baltimore County executive details $70M spending plan for school construction in 2023 – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County’s second council district map gets judicial OK over civil rights groups’ objections – Baltimore Sun

A federal judge approved Baltimore County Council’s second attempt to redraw council district boundaries Thursday, but civil rights groups continued to insist the map doesn’t deliver a “level playing field” for Black voters. U.S. District [...]

2022-03-24T22:00:53-04:00March 24th, 2022|Categories: Legislation|Tags: , |Comments Off on Baltimore County’s second council district map gets judicial OK over civil rights groups’ objections – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County executive proposes bill making it easier for police to shutter ‘nuisance’ businesses – Baltimore Sun

Closing businesses deemed “public nuisances” would be easier for police under a bill to be proposed Monday by Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. Current law allows the chief of police to close a business [...]

2022-03-07T17:25:28-05:00March 7th, 2022|Categories: Crime, Legislation|Tags: |Comments Off on Baltimore County executive proposes bill making it easier for police to shutter ‘nuisance’ businesses – Baltimore Sun
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