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Public hearings on proposed Anne Arundel budget raise concerns about water access, pedestrian safety and school pay

May 20, 2022

Over the course of public hearings on Anne Arundel County’s proposed fiscal 2023 budget, residents raised concerns about changes to Jumpers Hole Road and higher pay for some school faculty. But to the surprise of County Council members and other leaders, the two meetings, held on May 9 and 18, were dominated by talk of building a rowing facility and providing more water access for rowers. The problem is that the rowing facility isn’t in County Executive Steuart Pittman’s proposed fiscal plan.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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