December 5, 2023

Ready Report: Delegation Public Meeting Thursday & Community Activities

Below is a short update including one final reminder regarding the upcoming December 7th delegation meeting in Westminster. That meeting is open to the public.

Join me and the Carroll County Delegation for Public Meeting THIS THURSDAY

The Carroll County Delegation will hold our annual public hearing on proposed county legislation and public comment period on THIS THURSDAY, December 7, 2023, at 6:00 p.m.  The hearing will take place at the Carroll County Office Building, 225 North Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157.

First, our Delegation will be hearing Carroll County-specific bill proposals for the 2024 Maryland General Assembly Legislative Session.  These legislative requests are ones made by the County Board of Commissioners, local non-profit organizations, and individual Delegation members.  The public is encouraged to attend and give input on the proposals. Second, there will also be an open comment opportunity where members of the public can share their thoughts and concerns on any state-related issue with our delegation. All are welcome, we do ask that if you want to speak you RSVP. You can get the details on the public meeting by clicking here.

THIS SATURDAY – Taneytown Police Department 5th Annual Pack the Police Car Event

The Taneytown Police Department has partnered with Kennie’s Market, Wantz Chevy, and Brian Safe Haven for their 5th annual Pack the Police Car event. The event will take place Saturday, December 9th, beginning at 10am.

The police department will be collecting food and hygiene items for Brian Safe Haven Food Pantry. It will take place at Kennie’s Market, 11 Grand Dr, Taneytown, MDMore information can be found by clicking here.

Ready in the Community

Last week I had the opportunity to visit with the staff and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County at their newest building site in Taneytown. This amazing organization helps get people into homes who have been fighting and overcoming difficulty in their lives. Habitat Carroll volunteers have also helped hundreds of at-risk people be able to stay IN their homes over the years by assisting them with structural repairs and restoring older homes to livability. A great way to support them is through volunteering or shopping at the Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County – ReStore right off of Route 27 in Westminster. Thank you to all the volunteers who help so many in our community!

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