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7:00 pm Bosley Estates (Presbyterian Hom... @ Carver Center for Arts & Technology
Bosley Estates (Presbyterian Hom... @ Carver Center for Arts & Technology
Nov 1 @ 7:00 pm
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14
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2:00 pm County Council work session: Soc... @ Historic Towson Courthouse
County Council work session: Soc... @ Historic Towson Courthouse
Nov 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
The Social Host Ordinance must be re-authorized. In addition, the geographic area will be expanded to include the entire Towson Police Precinct. Your presence at the work session will show support for the bill, whether[...]
Nov
16
Thu
7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Nov 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Jan 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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Architects present draft of Dumbarton Middle $27.5M renovation plans – baltimoresun.com

Architects presented on Tuesday the first version of design plans for the $27.5 million addition and renovation project at Dumbarton Middle School to the Baltimore County Board of Education’s Building and Contracts Committee.

The plan will include handicap-accessibility throughout the school, improve traffic flow and student safety on the school’s campus, and renovate nearly the

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Balto. Co. schools proposes plan to stem overcrowding at central area elementaries – baltimoresun.com

Baltimore County Public Schools officials told a packed auditorium of Towson-area parents at Carver School Tuesday night that they planned to recommend opening a new school at the site of the former Loch Raven Elementary and expanding Cromwell Valley Elementary as short-term solutions for overcrowded conditions at central area elementary schools.

But after the informational

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Community Meeting on School Overcrowding Plan for the York Road Corridor

Baltimore County Public Schools

From Councilman David Marks:

I wanted to pass along the following information about the upcoming community meeting on the school system’s plan to deal with school overcrowding. Please distribute. I have had numerous conversations with community leaders and residents about their expectations for this plan, and urge all interested people to attend this forum.

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Community meeting scheduled to discuss Towson school overcrowding relief – baltimoresun.com

The next in a series of community meetings aimed at engaging residents in the process of adding seats to Towson-area schools is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 29.

According to a news release from Baltimore County Public Schools, the meeting will feature “presentations from school system staff and from the GWWO/Architects firm that will address scenarios

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BCPS Magnet Program Community Meetings

Baltimore County Public Schools

From Councilman David Marks:

Our magnet program is an important part of instruction in Baltimore County. I believe the magnet program not only offers opportunities for students to learn specialized skills, but it can help ease overcrowding and equalize enrollment throughout the county.

I urge you to participate in one of the community meetings scheduled

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