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Annapolis: Prior to adjournment on Wednesday, the Maryland General Assembly voted to enact Governor Hogan’s FY2021 Capital Budget. The Carroll County Delegation worked closely with Governor Hogan and in a bi-partisan fashion in the General Assembly to secure key funding for a series of projects. Below are some highlights of what projects will receive Capital funds:

-$1,000,000 – Carroll County Public Safety Training Center

-$500,000 – Hampstead Wastewater Treatment Plant

-$250,000 – Carroll County Agriculture Center and Shipley Area Facility Upgrades

-$250,000 – Charles Carroll Community Center

-$40,00 – Historical Society of Carroll County

-$500,000 – Mount Airy Center Street Project

-$30,000 – Penn-Mar Human Services and Change

-$100,000 – Westminster Rescue Mission

“The resources we have secured for all of these important local projects is a product of outstanding teamwork and communication between our members, the Budget Committees and the Hogan administration,” said Senator Justin Ready. “We appreciate that Governor Hogan has worked closely with us to ensure that Carroll County is not overlooked.”

“These Capital projects span several key priorities, from needed upgrades to infrastructure to necessary funds for services in the county,” said Delegate Haven Shoemaker.