Ready Report August 1, 2017
Happy first day of August everyone. There is a special feeling in the air during this time of the summer. It reminds me that the start of football season and a new school year is getting close.
Below you can find information regarding emission testing reform, details on a facility in Westminster in development that will help our Veterans, local news, and more!
Senator Ready with Governor Hogan
Hogan Announces Emissions Reform
In the efforts to make Maryland more business and family friendly, Governor Hogan has introduced reforms to the Maryland Emission Testing System. The changes being made will give citizens more flexibility in the length of time between testing dates and save taxpayers over $2 million. To learn more about these reforms, click here
Help for our Vets
The former US Army Reserve Armory building on Malcolm Drive in Westminster is in the process of a major renovation. Thanks to local nonprofit organizations the building is being converted into a treatment center to help our homeless vets. Helping our Veterans in need is essential to the health of our country, this is a project that we all can support. To read more click here.
Phase Two Moves On
Great news that this project continues to move forward! Thank you, Governor Hogan, for working with our District 5 team and Carroll Delegation to secure state funding for the Public Safety Training Center, which supplements what the county has invested. To read more about the project, click here
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.
Senator Justin Ready