Baltimore County Update, April 2019: BaltCo Litter Blitz; Record Investments in Education; New Fire Chief, Key Leadership Roles; Significant Tourism Expansion

  1. Olszewski announces BaltCo Litter Blitz, and anti-litter campaign

    April 22

    Towson, MD – County Executive Johnny Olszewski celebrated Earth Day in Randallstown, hosting a stream cleanup and calling attention to the need for everyone to help reduce the litter that degrades communities and threatens waterways.


  2. Olszewski Budget Makes Record Investments in Education

    April 15

    In his address to the County Council, Olszewski emphasized his unwavering support for education, saying, “Investments in our kids are investments in our future. This budget proposes historic investments in education. It invests more than $32 million in new money in our schools, one of the largest ever increases over…


  3. Olszewski Names Fire Chief, Announces Other Key Leadership Roles

    April 12

    County Executive Johnny Olszewski today nominated individuals to fill several key roles on his leadership team. He has nominated:


  4. New Study Shows Baltimore County Poised for Significant Tourism Expansion

    April 11

    Citing Baltimore County’s strong foundation of resources and assets, the study projects that expanded investments and strategic improvements to the tourism sector of Baltimore County could generate approximately $7 billion in tourism spending over a 10-year period.


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