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Commissioner Agenda: Economic Relief, Public Safety Training Center, PIA Requests and More

Find out what your Carroll County Commissioners talking about this week.

This weekly notice and agenda is subject to change. Please call 410-386-2043 to confirm a meeting you plan to attend. All meetings, unless otherwise noted, will be held at the Carroll County Office Building room 311. All or part of a meeting may be conducted in closed session.

Monday, Feb. 25

10:30 a.m. Award Ceremony for Corporal Ream & Corporal Burdt at Sykesville Fire Hall, Commissioners Howard & Rothschild

11:30 a.m. Taneytown Business Luncheon at Gunners Grill in Taneytown, Commissioner Frazier

12:30 p.m. Tour Downtown Taneytown with Comptroller Peter Franchot, Commissioner Frazier

7:30 p.m. Around the County in 80 Minutes at Fairhaven in Sykesville, Commissioners Howard & Shoemaker

Tuesday, Feb. 26

1 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session, County Office Building, room 311

  • Public Comment
  • Board of Education Discussion with Steve Guthrie, Superintendent
  • MACo Briefing
  • Closed, Personnel
  • Closed, Economic Development

7 p.m. Carroll County Senate Delegation Town Hall Meeting at Best Western, Westminster, Commissioners Howard, Shoemaker, Frazier & Rothschild

Wednesday, Feb. 27

9:30 a.m. MACo Education Subcommittee Meeting in Annapolis, Commissioner Frazier

10 a.m. MACo Land Use Subcommittee Meeting in Annapolis, Commissioner Rothschild

10:30 a.m. Maryland Association of Counties Board of Directors Legislative Committee Meeting in Annapolis, Commissioners Frazier & Rothschild

1 p.m. Administrative Board of Education Meeting, Commissioner Howard

Thursday, Feb. 28

8 a.m. Economic Development Commission Meeting, County Office Building room 105, Commissioners Howard, Roush & Frazier

10 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session, County Office Building room 311

  • Public Comment
  • Departmental Projects -- Goals & Objectives Review
  • Closed -- Land Acquisition

1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session, County Office Building room 311

  • Public Comment
  • Public Hearing regarding Proposed Amendments to Chapters 103, 134 and 223
  • Economic Relief Package #2 with Department of Land Use, Planning & Development Phil Hager and Department of the County Attorney Tim Burke
  • Public Safety Training Center Discussion with Department of Land Use, Planning & Development Phil Hager and Department of Public Works Tom Rio
  • Continued Discussion -- Public Information Act Lists Requests with Department of the County Attorney Tim Burke
  • Request Approval to de-obligate Grant Funds with Office of Public Safety Scott Campbell
  • Approval/Adoption of Minutes
  • Administrative Session, Open

7 p.m. Around the County in 80 Minutes at Carroll Lutheran Village, Commissioners Howard & Shoemaker

Friday, March 1

Nothing on agenda as of Monday morning

Saturday, March 2

9 a.m. “A Bird’s Eye View” with Commissioner Frazier at Taneytown Branch Library, Commissioner Frazier

11:30 a.m. Christian Farmers Outreach 22nd Annual Outreach Luncheon in
Westminster, Commissioners Shoemaker, Frazier & Rothschild

12:30 p.m. 20 Year College Anniversary President’s Luncheon at Carroll Community College, Commissioners Howard & Roush

Sunday, March 3

7 a.m. “The Commissioners’ Report” – WTTR with Commissioner Rothschild

2 p.m. Eagle Scout Court of Honor at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Westminster, Commissioners Shoemaker & Frazier

 

** Upcoming Events**
March 4, 7 p.m. Community Forum on Education at Carroll Community College room K100

March 5, 7 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session, County Office Building, Ronald Reagan Meeting Room, Board Discussion of FY14 Budget Priorities

  • Tax Rate Reduction
  • Board of Education Funding
  • Employee Salaries

March 12, 1:30 p.m. FY14 Recommended Budget Session, Board of County Commissioners Open Session, County Office Building room 311

JoeEldersburg February 25, 2013 at 09:57 PM
Kym, since the first Commissioner's Economic Relief plan would have been more aptly named the Builders and Developers regulatory relief plan, should we just expect more of the same? Or is this the part where they tell us they are giving us another 2 cent property tax cut, while scuttling our public school funding?

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