School Construction

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Comptroller To Visit Site Of New Frederick High School

Comptroller Peter Franchot is scheduled to tour the site of the new Frederick High School.



Public Works: Schools, Take Care Of What You Have

A message to Maryland school districts from the Board of Public Works: take better care of what you have.


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O’Malley Announces $336M For School Construction

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration says $336 million in school construction funding and upgrades will be in the budget for the next fiscal year.


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Allegany County OKs Borrowing $9M To Build School

The Allegany County commissioners have agreed to borrow $9.2 million for pay for construction of a new Allegany High School.


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Board Approves $161M In School Funding

A Maryland board has approved $161 million in unallocated school funding.


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Campaign For Baltimore Bottle Tax Sparks Debate

A soda could soon cost you more in Baltimore. The City Council is considering a bill to once again raise the bottle tax to help fund city school construction.


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Baltimore Grassroots Group Supports Mayor’s Plan To Boost Funds For City Schools

Days after Balitmore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake rolled out a plan to boost construction dollars to city schools, one grassroots group is backing the proposal.


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Board Approves $1.25M For School Construction

The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved $1.25 million for school construction projects in Cecil and Harford counties.


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Baltimore Mayor’s Proposed Bottle Tax Hike To Pay For School Construction

Another Baltimore City tax increase. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to raise the city’s two-cent bottle tax to five cents a bottle.


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Md. Schools Seek Funds, But Budget Can’t Cover It

In the grip of a shrinking budget, Maryland school districts bring their hopes to Annapolis.



Mayor Works To Find Money For School Construction

Baltimore City looks for alternative funding for school improvements. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has assigned a task force to find new money to pay for school construction and renovation beyond existing funding sources.