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08/17/2007 - Good Samaritan Comes Forward
Thanks to help from the media, the unnamed Good Samaritan who assisted a swimmer who was attacked by a rabid beaver on Sunday, August 12th has come forward.
08/16/2007 - First Downtown Pikesville Redevelopment Fund Project
A vacant building in downtown Pikesville will be the first project to benefit from Baltimore County's new Pikesville Redevelopment Fund.
08/15/2007 - Burned Underground Cable Forces Evacuation of Virginia Towers Residents
An underground cable that feeds electricity to Virginia Towers ignited resulting in the evacuation and relocation of all residents.
08/13/2007 - New Trash And Recycling Collection Schedules Ready to be Mailed
New trash and recycling collection schedules being mailed to Rosedale and White Marsh areas.
08/09/2007 - Get Your Child Immunized Before School Starts
In an effort to assist parents in getting their children ready for the new school year, Baltimore County Department of Health will hold immunization clinics at no cost.
08/07/2007 - Heat Advisory - Cooling Centers Open
With high temperatures expected to continue well into the high 90s today and tomorrow, Baltimore County “cooling centers” will open today and tomorrow with extended hours.
08/07/2007 - Baltimore County Council Approves Kingsley Park Contract
On August 6, 2007, the Baltimore County Council unanimously approved the sale of a 17-acre parcel of land formerly known as Kingsley Park to Enterprise Homes/Mark Builders Joint Venture, LLC.
08/07/2007 - County Executive Smith and County Councilman Olszewski Dedicate New Portside Community Center
The community center is 3,520 square feet and includes the leasing and management office; a meeting room; a community lounge with a kitchen; a computer lab; a fitness room and a tot lot.
08/01/2007 - Baltimore County Agricultural Resource Center and Farm Park Gets Funding
Executive Smith applauded the Maryland Board of Public Works for their financial support of the county’s recent purchase of Rolling Mill Farm, the future site of the county’s Agricultural Resource Center and Farm Park in north central Baltimore County.
07/31/2007 - Wise Avenue Bridge to Close
Baltimore County will temporarily close the Wise Avenue Bridge over Bear Creek on Monday, August 6, for two weeks and then reopen the span on August 20, a week before schools start.
07/27/2007 - Ripken Says Thanks to Baltimore County
Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith paid tribute to Cal Ripken Jr. on July 21 in the Courthouse Plaza during the County's Calebr8ion. Watch a video of his speech.
07/27/2007 - Local Officials Join Forces to Protect Endangered Watersheds
Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon and Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith pledged to commit the time and resources necessary to tackle a number of vexing issues threatening shared watersheds feeding into the Chesapeake Bay.
07/27/2007 - Pikesville Library & Senior Center Reopens
Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith and Second District County Councilman Kevin Kamenetz formally reopened the Pikesville Library and Senior Center after nine months of renovations to expand the facility by 7,000 square feet.
07/27/2007 - Dedication Marks Improvements at Marshy Point Nature Center
Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith today joined Councilman Joseph Bartenfelder and representatives from the Marshy Point Nature Center to dedicate site improvements at Marshy Point Park.
07/26/2007 - Part of Smith Avenue to Close
Baltimore County will close a section of Smith Avenue on Monday, July 30, between 9:30 and 10 a.m.
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