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Culvert Work Closes Brock Bridge Road at Prince George’s County Line
Annapolis, Maryland (July 10, 2014) – Culvert replacement work beginning tomorrow will close a flood-prone section of Brock Bridge Road for approximately three weeks from the Prince George’s County line to Maryland City Park.
The Department of Public Works Bureau of Highways expects to reopen Brock Bridge Road on August 1, 2014. Electronic message boards were also posted along the road in both directions to alert motorists.
Annapolis, Maryland (July 7, 2014) – Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman is encouraging citizens to donate to the annual Back-to-School Program.
“As the number of students in need of meal and school supply assistance continues to grow in Anne Arundel County, initiatives like the Back-to-School Program become increasingly critical for our students,” said County Executive Neuman. “I encourage our citizens to take an active role in our children’s success by participating as donors.”
The Back-to-School Program matches donors (organizations, individuals, businesses, churches and groups) with children in need of school supplies. The donor is given the child(ren)’s name, grade, school and list of required school supplies. Last year, with the help of more than 900 donors, the Back-to-School Program gave backpacks and school supplies to 6,700 elementary school students. Additionally, 12 middle schools received $1,000 each.
This year marks the 24th year since the program’s inception and the 19th year that the Department of Social Services and Anne Arundel County Public Schools have teamed up to provide backpacks and school supplies to underprivileged elementary and middle school students. Over 7,200 students are in need of supplies for the upcoming academic year.
“With our current donors, we are usually able to provide most elementary school children with the supplies they need,” said Marcia Kennai, Director, Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services. “However, this year, the free and reduced lunch list for elementary students has increased by more than 1,000 students and that has us worried that we may fall short.”
“The fact that a child’s family cannot, for whatever reason, provide the full range of materials needed for school should in no way be a deterrent to that child excelling in the classroom,” Anne Arundel County Public Schools Superintendent George Arlotto said. “The Back-to-School Program and others like it are critical links to student success, and I urge everyone who can help in any way to do so. The future of our children and our county depends on it.”
Annapolis, Maryland (July 2, 2014) – Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman today announced that the Video Lottery Facility Local Development Council (VLFLDC) has selected 12 recipients to receive a total of $249,344 in community grants, derived from the Maryland Live! Casino gaming tax.
“I am pleased that local impact money generated from Maryland Live! Casino is supporting so many worthwhile programs and initiatives in the community,” said County Executive Neuman. “I congratulate the grant award recipients and thank them for their dedication and continued service for the betterment of our county.”
The top-funded projects include:
Other grant recipients include: The Severn Improvement Association, Hebron-Harman Elementary School PTA, Hawks Ridge Homeowners Association, Baltimore-Washington Medical Center and the Anne Arundel Association for Family and Community Education.
Anne Arundel County has activated the Code Red Heat Alert Plan in response to expected oppressive heat, humidity and poor air quality over the next 24 hours. The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for Anne Arundel County from Noon until 7:00 p.m. today. Forecasts call for high temperatures in the mid to upper 90s, combining with humidity to make heat index values in excess of 105 degrees.
Annapolis, Maryland (June 27, 2014) – Sands Road in Harwood was re-opened today following the completion of emergency culvert repair work by the Department of Public Works. The road was closed on May 23, 2014 after a collapsed culvert created a five foot wide and 15 foot deep hole.
The Bureau of Highways managed the emergency culvert repair project. Due to the extensive and complex scope of repair work, completion of the culvert repairs were expected to keep Sands Road closed until next month.
Emergency repairs included: