Below are some items of interest from around Carroll County, Maryland over the past 24 hours on March 16th. This is a collection of articles and posts from various sources in the county. The Observer checks Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and TikTok to share items of interest for the community.
4 upcoming events in Carroll County to add to your calendar: March 20th – March 29thhttps://t.co/0fJFIiMCnQ #CarrollCountyMD #EldersburgMD #FinksburgMD #TaneytownMD #HampsteadMD
— Carroll County Observer (@CarrollObserver) March 15, 2023
— Carroll County PS (@CCPSk12) March 15, 2023
Widening Route 97 in Westminster is top transportation priority in Carroll County – Baltimore Sunhttps://t.co/jLXizLBLLp
— usa jaun news (@UsaJaun) March 16, 2023
Some state or national news of interest:
I do not normally add links to sites with paywalls…but this article from The Baltimore Banner mentions Carroll County A LOT…so worth a read if you have a subscription or still have any free reads left this month:
A Maryland bill could change who controls what’s taught in schools https://t.co/Wu4ZH1ZQQp
— The Baltimore Banner (@BaltimoreBanner) March 15, 2023
The walls are closing in on Superintendent Choudhury…https://t.co/IqdxIOuhc0
— ConcernedParentsofCarrollCounty (@CountyConcerned) March 14, 2023
Deep in the minority, Maryland House Republicans debate strategy and tactics. https://t.co/BRKkq4hCa1
— Maryland Matters (@marylandmatters) March 14, 2023
Another Gas Tax increase is coming to Maryland in 2023 – here is part of the discussion to stop it
Text from a social media post by Jeff Ghrist (Delegate, District 36): Jeff Ghrist
This was yet another attempt by the House Republicans to stop a huge increase to the gas tax in July. The party that has been controlling Maryland policies for centuries have consistently worked hard to take your hard earned money. Infuriating.
Watch some of the discussion (Delegate Fisher from Calvert County Friends of Mark Fisher) on the amendment (Rejected 38-90) here and be sure to take close note of the image at the end of the video who voted yes to stop the upcoming increase and who voted no to let the upcoming gas tax hike hit us all in July.
This was an exchange between Delegate Szeliga and Delegate Morgan about stopping the upcoming gas tax hike that will hit Maryland in 2023.
“So a vote for your amendment is a vote to tell the citizens in the state of Maryland that you do not want their gas taxes to go up July 1st, is that correct
Yes, and a vote against this amendment is saying to the Maryland
citizens that I support a sixty two point four million dollars tax increase…”
The amendment was Rejected 38-90…be sure to take close note of the image at the end of the video who voted yes to stop the upcoming increase and who voted no to let the upcoming gas tax hike hit us all in July.
Maryland Comptroller's Office reports tax processing system restored https://t.co/OJQvmRzCmn
— Robert Lang WBAL (@Reporterroblang) March 14, 2023
On Tuesday, U.S. Marshals released a wanted poster of McGrath. Gov. Hogan's former top aide failed to appear for his federal trial on Monday. https://t.co/TNeebFxBIH
— WMAR-2 News (@WMAR2News) March 15, 2023
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