New Report Identifies Millions Wasted To Repair Baltimore City, County Water System; Some Digital Meters Not FunctionalBaltimore City and county officials responded to a report released Monday about long-standing issues with the joint water system.
Anne Arundel County Executive 'Expands COVID Safety Net' With New Programs For Residents Affected By COVID-19Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced three new initiatives to help those hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic this year.
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 Mayor Announces Layoffs Of 63 Meter Operations Workers, Changes To Water Billing SystemBaltimore mayor Jack Young announced immediate changes to the city's water billing and meter reading system that will result in the layoffs of 63 meter operations employees.
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.
Baltimore County Water Billing Will Restart In June And JulyWater billing for Baltimore County residents will resume in June and July, officials announced Wednesday.
Baltimore Mayor Young Requests 3-Month Delay In Water Rate IncreaseBaltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is asking city leaders to approve a three-month delay in the scheduled increase in water rates amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Water Bills Set To Restart FridayBaltimore City Department of Public Works water billing operations are on track to resume Friday, May 8.
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.
Water Bills With Incorrect Due Dates Go Out To Baltimore County ResidentsMany residents got bills that were incorrectly marked as due on November 1. The department said Friday the correct due date is 21 days after the bill was received.
Agency Helps Deaf Maryland Woman Pay Nearly $5K Water BillA community service agency has come to the rescue of a deaf Maryland woman who faced a nearly $5,000 water bill because she couldn't hear her toilet running.
Water Bill Affordability Legislation Heads To Baltimore City CouncilProposed legislation to keep water bills affordable for Baltimore residents is moving to the full city council for debate.
Sticker Shock Hits Baltimore Residents As First Round Of Water Bills Roll OutThe first round of city water bills are now delivered, and the promise of sticker shock hit many customers.
Baltimore Water Bills Are Coming, Here's How You Can PayBaltimore City Department of Public Works Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., said Wednesday that water billing for Baltimore City and Baltimore County will resume Wednesday.
Some Water Bills To Be Mailed Out This Week, Months After Baltimore Ransomware AttackSome large water bills are expected to be mailed out to Baltimore city residents beginning this week.