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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Air conditioning remains a hot issue for Baltimore County schoolsadditions for 11 other schools. The decision by Kamenetz to expedite the air c
Air conditioning remains a hot issue for Baltimore County schools
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 9 hours ago
additions for 11 other schools. The decision by Kamenetz to expedite the air conditioning projects came after the state Board of Public Works voted in May to withhold $10 million in school construction funds from Baltimore County and Baltimore... Read more
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News 8000
La Crosse officials raise water reservoir minimumssafety, for example, in the case of the fire department not having the water it
La Crosse officials raise water reservoir minimums
News 8000 / Posted 17 hours ago
safety, for example, in the case of the fire department not having the water it needs to fight fires. As a result, the Board of Public Works decided Monday morning to set a new minimum reservoir level of two feet. City officials dispute the... Read more
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News 8000
City Adjusts Reservoir Levelssafety . for example in the case of the fire department not having the water
City Adjusts Reservoir Levels
News 8000 / Posted 21 hours ago
safety . for example in the case of the fire department not having the water it needs to fight fires. As a result . the Board of Public Works decided today to set a new minimum reservoir level of two feet. City officials dispute the idea that... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Board will cover new skate parkan important need in the community. It serves many of the children in the Nashu
Board will cover new skate park
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
an important need in the community. It serves many of the children in the Nashua School District," he said, adding that the Board of Public Works and Board of Aldermen already have voted to approve the relocation. "We are requesting your concurrence... Read more
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The Daily Record
Best Week, Worst Week: Ellicott City flood victims get $5M; Attorney dumped for neo-Nazi tiesAs city residents continue to rebuild after the July 30 flooding, more help is
Best Week, Worst Week: Ellicott City flood victims get $5M; Attorney dumped for neo-Nazi ties
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
As city residents continue to rebuild after the July 30 flooding, more help is now available thanks to the Maryland Board of Public Works. The board voted ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Baltimore to get $20M in Grants to Stop Sewer OverflowsBALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore will get more than $20 million in grants to help pre
Baltimore to get $20M in Grants to Stop Sewer Overflows
CBS Baltimore / Posted 5 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore will get more than $20 million in grants to help prevent sanitary sewer overflows. Maryland’s Board of Public Works approved the Bay Restoration Fund grants on Wednesday. The Maryland Department of the Environment said in... Read more
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The Daily Record
Baltimore to get $20M in grants to stop sewer overflowssewer overflows Baltimore will get more than $20 million in grants to help pre
Baltimore to get $20M in grants to stop sewer overflows
The Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
sewer overflows Baltimore will get more than $20 million in grants to help prevent sanitary sewer overflows. Maryland's Board of Public Works approved the Bay Restoration Fund grants on Wednesday. The Maryland Department of the Environment said... Read more
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The Daily Record
Md. proposes $5M in funding to assist Ellicott City flood victimsto assist small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City recover from de
Md. proposes $5M in funding to assist Ellicott City flood victims
The Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
to assist small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City recover from devastating flooding was approved today by the Board of Public Works. Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford chaired the bi-weekly meeting of the board, with Comptroller Peter... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Board approves $2.5 million for Ellicott City as Hogan seeks more aidThe Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $2.5 million in funding for aid
Board approves $2.5 million for Ellicott City as Hogan seeks more aid
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
The Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $2.5 million in funding for aid for flood-ravaged Ellicott City as Gov. Larry Hogan requested legislative approval of the same amount in additional help. The money the board released comes from the... Read more
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The Washington Times
Board approves $2.5M for Ellicott City flood recovery aid$2.5 million to help small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City reco
Board approves $2.5M for Ellicott City flood recovery aid
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
$2.5 million to help small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City recover from last month’s flooding. The Board of Public Works voted 2-0 Wednesday to make the money available from the Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Board Approves $2.5M for Ellicott City Flood Recovery Aid$2.5 million to help small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City reco
Board Approves $2.5M for Ellicott City Flood Recovery Aid
CBS Baltimore / Posted 6 days ago
$2.5 million to help small businesses and property owners in Ellicott City recover from last month’s flooding. The Board of Public Works voted 2-0 Wednesday to make the money available from the Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Howard County schools test high for mold, but questions still remaina palpable loss of trust between many parents and the county school system," Ho
Howard County schools test high for mold, but questions still remain
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
a palpable loss of trust between many parents and the county school system," Hogan said during a meeting with the state Board of Public Works, "and in particular with the superintendent." During the meeting, Howard County Superintendent Renee... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Skate park rolls on to new spotis part of the school facility. "I don't think it's a big problem," the mayor
Skate park rolls on to new spot
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
is part of the school facility. "I don't think it's a big problem," the mayor said. He noted that the Planning Board and Board of Public Works also must sign off on the site. Aldermen also created an expendable trust fund into which previously... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Lease agreement with Associated Bank goes forwardfor the new branch, pending the finance committee's approval of the right-of-wa
Lease agreement with Associated Bank goes forward
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
for the new branch, pending the finance committee's approval of the right-of-way lease. The matter was also approved by the board of public works in July. City administrator Kristina Aschenbrenner said Associated Bank is opting to purchase the land... Read more
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News 8000
La Crosse Mayor looks for City Hall makeoverSome big improvements could be on the way for La Crosse's City Hall. The Board
La Crosse Mayor looks for City Hall makeover
News 8000 / Posted 21 days ago
Some big improvements could be on the way for La Crosse's City Hall. The Board of Public Works talked about a proposal to overhaul City Hall's lobby at their meeting Monday morning. The city is hoping to add a new electronic information kiosk and... Read more
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Pilot News
Week in Reviewcommunity as well, at this year’s Marshall County 4-H Fair. Board of Works hear
Week in Review
Pilot News / Posted 24 days ago
community as well, at this year’s Marshall County 4-H Fair. Board of Works hears bids on upcoming projects The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety met in regular session on Monday, hearing bids on upcoming projects in the city.Wild Rose... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
METS proposal calls for Sunday service and new fare ratesThe Sunday service would run from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on five routes. It's part o
METS proposal calls for Sunday service and new fare rates
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 26 days ago
The Sunday service would run from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on five routes. It's part of a proposal that will be presented to the Board of Public Works. The routes that would have Sunday service are Howell/Mary, First Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, Covert... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
State OKs $50,000 To Frostburg Football Player's Familyof a $50,000 state settlement in the 2011 death of a school football player. T
State OKs $50,000 To Frostburg Football Player's Family
CBS Baltimore / Posted 26 days ago
of a $50,000 state settlement in the 2011 death of a school football player. The university says in a statement that the Board of Public Works approved the deal Wednesday with Derek Sheely’s family. The family is also in settlement talks with... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore schools get $106 million contract OK, and a grillingThe Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $106.6 million worth of contrac
Baltimore schools get $106 million contract OK, and a grilling
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
The Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $106.6 million worth of contracts under a $1 billion plan to rebuild or replace aging Baltimore schools — but not before grilling system officials about their management of state funds. The five... Read more
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The Daily Record
Md. reaches settlement with football player’s familywith the family of a Frostburg State University football player who died from a
Md. reaches settlement with football player’s family
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
with the family of a Frostburg State University football player who died from a head injury he suffered in practice. The Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved the attorney general’s office request to pay $50,000 to settle a wrongful death... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Board OKs settlement in death of Frostburg football playerThe Board of Public Works approved a settlement Wednesday in a lawsuit brought
Board OKs settlement in death of Frostburg football player
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
The Board of Public Works approved a settlement Wednesday in a lawsuit brought by the parents of a Frostburg State University football player who died of head injuries suffered on the practice field. Maryland will pay $50,000 to a foundation named... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Report: Frostburg State Football Player's Family Reaches Deal With State, NCAAThe Board of Public Works is expected to vote Wednesday on a proposed $50,000 s
Report: Frostburg State Football Player's Family Reaches Deal With State, NCAA
CBS Baltimore / Posted 27 days ago
The Board of Public Works is expected to vote Wednesday on a proposed $50,000 sum to be paid to the family of fullback Derek Sheely to resolve the state’s involvement in a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family, according to that... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
NCAA, state reach settlement in case of Frostburg football player killed by head injurythat could have nationwide implications for college sports. The state's part o
NCAA, state reach settlement in case of Frostburg football player killed by head injury
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
that could have nationwide implications for college sports. The state's part of the deal is scheduled to come before the Board of Public Works Wednesday. Its members are expected to vote on a proposed $50,000 payout to the family of Derek Sheely,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State Center heads to mediation Thursdaymidtown Baltimore with homes and stores anchored by offices rented by the state
State Center heads to mediation Thursday
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
midtown Baltimore with homes and stores anchored by offices rented by the state. It has been stalled since 2014, when the Board of Public Works postponed a vote on a change to the size of of the project's state parking garage, deferring to the new... Read more
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Crosscut
Seattle's waterfront could have a cosmic nameanyway: kee, kay, qway? Seattleites duked it out in the letters pages of the ne
Seattle's waterfront could have a cosmic name
Crosscut / Posted 29 days ago
anyway: kee, kay, qway? Seattleites duked it out in the letters pages of the newspapers, but Root got the Seattle Board of Public Works to endorse his idea. By 1935 — three years after the renaming was proposed — the City Council took up... Read more

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