City Officials Respond After Union Says They Are 'Baffled' By DPW Employee LayoffsThe City Union of Baltimore says they are "baffled" by the mayor's decision to layoff 63 Department of Public Works employees.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Continue Push For Pay Raises, Bonuses For DPW Workers They Say Are 'Grossly Underpaid' Amid PandemicBaltimore City Councilmembers Zeke Cohen and Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer are continuing to push for pay increases and bonuses for Department of Public Works workers who they say are grossly underpaid.
Noticed A Foul Odor Coming From Lake Montebello? Here's WhyBy lowering the water level, exposed rocks, branches, debris and pockets of sludge are exposed- which causes the foul odor.
Baltimore County To Use Outside Vendor To Help With Water Billing, County Residents To Get Bills Again Mid-NovemberBaltimore County is hiring an outside contractor to help with meter readings, officials announced Tuesday.
Fall Cleanup Event In Baltimore Set For October 3The Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced Thursday it will offer three events the first Saturday in October.
Brandon Scott Asks Baltimore DPW To Extend Hours For Recycling Collection Sites, Add LocationsCity council president Brandon Scott is asking that the city do more to help residents after the Department of Public Works suspended curbside recycling through November 1.
'We've Reached Our Breaking Point': DPW Suspends Curbside Recycling In Baltimore To Address Coronavirus-Related Trash BacklogBaltimore Department Of Public Works officials say a number of issues have created a major backlog in trash pickup around the city.
Baltimore DPW Employee Dies, City Official SaysA Baltimore Department of Public Works employee died Tuesday.
As Baltimore Trash, Recycling Pickup Delays Overwhelm Workers, City Officials Urge PatienceAs city residents gripe over the trash piling up on their curbside, Mayor Jack Young said Wednesday that he understands their frustration- he's frustrated too.
Sewer Overflows Reported Wednesday Due To Heavy RainsHeavy rains Wednesday lead to sanitary sewer overflows into Baltimore waterways.
Recycling, Trash Collection, Alley Cleaning Resumes Monday In BaltimoreRecycling and trash collection as well as alley cleaning and mowing will resume Monday in Baltimore.
Baltimore City Residents May Experience Trash, Recycling Collection Delays, Department Of Public Works SaysThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works said Thursday that some residents may experience a delay in trash and recycling collections as DPW makes staffing modifications.
'It's A Wake-Up Call' | City Sanitation Worker Contracts Coronavirus Even After Taking Every PrecautionDozens of Baltimore city employees are off the streets fighting COVID-19.
Baltimore Officials Ask Residents To Clear Storm Drains Ahead Of Heavy Rains To Prevent City Streets From FloodingBaltimore's DPW officials are asking city residents to stay alert and clear debris from storm drains to prevent city streets from flooding during the heavy rains expected Thursday.
Coronavirus Latest: Water Billing Resumes May 8 In Baltimore, Mayor Young Announces New Emergency COVID-19 Discount ProgramWater billing has been delayed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.