Ready Report October 22
Good Afternoon! We are barreling our way to November 6th, and the election will be here before you know it! Over these last 15 days of the campaign, I humbly ask for your support not only for myself but our entire District 5 Team; Delegates Krebs, Rose, and Shoemaker, and of course, Governor Hogan.
General Election Early Voting
This year the county is offering voters the chance to cast their vote early before election day on November 6th. Beginning this Thursday, October 25th- November 1st, early voting will take place at the Westminster Senior Activities Center and South Carroll Swim Club, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., includes Saturday and Sunday.
For more information, click here.
Interested in Helping on Election Day?
With early-voting starting this Thursday, and Election Day being two weeks away, we are actively scheduling volunteers to help at the polls. Click here to sign-up to work at one of our two early voting locations in Carroll County, and if you have interest in helping the Hogan Campaign on election day, email Andy Baranauskas at Andy@mdvictory.com
Hogan Administration Releases Excellent Customer Service Report
Governor Larry Hogan announced the release of his administration’s second Customer Service Annual Report earlier this month, which details continued improvements in customer satisfaction, innovation within state agencies, and collaboration with Maryland companies that set the bar for exceptional customer experiences.
Created in 2016, the Governor’s Customer Service Initiative has continually driven improvements in service delivery and citizen experience. All state agencies have improvement plans with performance metrics, training and recognition programs, and proudly display the Governor’s Customer Service Promise, which is the guiding principle that has set the new standard across state government.
"In addition to the hundreds of fees and regulations we have been able to eliminate and reduce over the past four years, improving the service and experience for all those who interact with state government is a critical component of our efforts to reform state government,” said Governor Hogan. “I want to thank our Customer Service Workgroup for their hard work to drive this change, and it has been gratifying to see so many state workers step up with their own ideas on process improvements and innovations to better serve our customers.”
The entire 2018 Customer Service Annual Report can be found here: http://www.maryland.gov/Pages/FY18_Annual_Report.pdf
Maryland Board of Public Works Approves Project in Carroll County
On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the Board of Public Works approved a request by the Maryland Department of the Environment for new grant funding up to $10,012,819 to Carroll County for the Hampstead Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Enhanced Nutrient Removal (ENR) Upgrade project. This project entails the planning, design, and construction of ENR upgrades for the Hampstead WWTP. This will allow 83% reduction in nitrogen and 90% reduction in phosphorus, thereby reducing nutrients discharged through Deep Run and Piney Run to the Chesapeake Bay.
And on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, the Board of Public Works approved a request to certify matching funds and enter into a grant agreement for a $3,000,000 grant to the Board of Trustees of McDaniel College for the design, construction and equipping of the Gill Physical Education Learning Center.
Connecting With Us:
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I consider it a great honor and responsibility to serve you in Annapolis and welcome your thoughts and opinions. Please feel free to contact me or my staff with any questions, or concerns that you have.
Sen. Justin Ready
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