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Recent News From Around Carroll County Maryland – March 22, 2023


Below are some items of interest from around Carroll County, Maryland over the past 24 hours on March 22nd. 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.

Just as reminder that the Finksburg Planning and Citizens’ Council meeting (with Commissioner Kenny Kiler) is happening on Thursday (March 23rd):

Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent’s Town Hall on Blueprint – March 20th

Statements from Commissioner Rothstein at the CCPS Blueprint Town Hall meeting on March 20th. I know the captions are not perfect…auto-captions can be difficult depending on the environment of the video…but hopefully a little helpful. Take note towards the end of the video on the statement about taxes…as that is something residents should watch closely for the next couple of months during the budget process.


Statements from Carroll County Commissioner Ed Rothstein at the CCPS Superintendent Town Hall on Blueprint – March 20, 2023. #carrollcountymd #maryland #education #budget #funding

♬ original sound – Carroll County Observer

If you were unable to attend the CCPS Superintendent Town Hall on Blueprint on March 20th…you might find these photos of the handout useful.

Carroll Community College (Carroll) and the Baltimore Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) have signed a new articulation agreement that will offer students a clear pathway to an associate’s degree after completing the JATC apprenticeship.

The Spring edition of the Town of Hampstead newsletter is ready. Check out all the upcoming events in Town.

There are still some good to know about upcoming events around the County between now and March 29th:



Some state or national news of interest:

Maryland Senate: Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee will be discussing HB 119 on March 29th. This is also known as SB 199. Be sure to watch the outcome on this one.

A new Primary Election date in 2024 for Maryland approved by the House of Delegates. Still waiting to hear if this changes the filing deadline for candidates.

Any type of gas tax relief in Maryland seems unlikely in 2023 and beyond.

Local Education Agencies (LEAs) were required by law to submit a local Blueprint Implementation Plan by midnight on March 15, 2023, outlining how it intends to implement the major education reforms set by the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future (“The Blueprint”).


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