The next BOCC-BOE meeting will be held Tuesday, June 18, at 1 pm in Winchester Hall. For more information, call 301-600-1100.
The Frederick County Ethics Commission issued Opinion 13-02 in response to a complaint against Commissioner Kirby Delauter of the Board of County Commissioners in which it found that there was no conflict of interest violation.
The Board of County Commissioners approved taking the FY2014 Capital Budget and FY2014-2019 Capital Improvement Program to a final vote for adoption on June 6, 2013.
The agency has completed its review of the Frederick County Tier Map adopted by the Board of County Commissioners as well as supplemental information provided from the Division of Community Development.
The Board of County Commissioners met in closed session to consider proposals for the sale of the Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center and the Montevue Assisted Living Facility.
The proposed FY14 budget for Frederick County contains over $36 mil. in funding for those in need, including seniors, TransIT riders, job seekers, persons seeking health services, families & children, those with disabilities and others with special needs.
The Frederick Board of County Commissioners expressed appreciation to residents of all ages that attended and presented comments at a public hearing on May 7 at Urbana High School on the Frederick County Government FY2014 Proposed Operating Budget.
The Frederick Board of County Commissioners announced the departure of Thomas Owens as Director of the Division of Fire and Rescue Services, effective June 1, 2013. Mr. Owens served as Director since February 1, 2010.
Viewers may now tune in from the convenience of a mobile device by visiting www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/fcgtv and clicking on “Watch FCG TV Live.”
The County Commissioners expressed appreciation to the Maryland Board of Public Works for approval of the Rosemont Funding Project which will provide the residents of the Village of Rosemont with a supply of County water at or near current water rates.
The Office of Sustainability and Environmental Resources has published information to answer citizen questions about the “Stormwater Management - Watershed Protection and Restoration Program.”
The Board of County Commissioners sold General Obligation Public Facilities Bonds in the amount of $31.45 million.
Major municipal rating agencies in New York City affirmed the hard work by the Frederick Board of County Commissioners to adopt a structurally balanced budget in spite of continued economic challenges facing the county.
Frederick County drinking water meets or surpasses standards: Consumer Confidence Reports for 2012 are now available at www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/WaterQualityReports.