News for Howard County on February 9th

There were a number of news stories for Howard County on February 9th and most of them I did not have time to write up on the Blog today…so I thought I would go with a summary post with links for the Blog followers:

Items reported out on Scott E’s Blog social media channels:

Steven Bolen has announced (via social media) that he is running for Delegate in District 9A. He has not filed yet (but the filing deadline is currently February 22nd).

More information on candidates coming in the weekly update on Friday morning.

See the post here:

Howard County ranks 1st in Maryland in COVID-19 “Fully Vaccinated” at 81.15%

88.305% with “At Least One Dose”

See the post here:

Howard County Executive Supports Expansion of Local Public Campaign Finance System

See the article here:

William H. Campbell files to run for Howard County Council in District 3.

See the post here:

Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford will announce legislation to address the opioid crisis tomorrow at 10:00am in Elkridge

See the post here:

Latest update from Dr. Rossman, Howard County Health Department Director

See the letter here:

Other notable items not reported out by Scott E’s Blog social media channels:

#HoCoCouncil approves @HoCoGov 1st Cmplt Streets Design Manual, making #HoCoMD 1 of only 6 counties nationwide w/ cmplt street design guidance in place. The Manual includes nat’l best practices & design concepts that improve safety & accessibility for all.

See the post here:

@HoCoGovExec seeks applicants from general public interested in serving on the Personnel Board. Board member responsibilities incl reviewing changes to @HoCoGov Classification & Pay Plan, Employee Manual & more. For more info abt how to apply #HoCoMD:

See the post here:

Rally happening tomorrow at the Howard County Board of Education meeting:

See the post here:

KN95s masks for Howard County residents:

See the post here:

HCPD Daily Crime Bulletin, February 9, 2022

See the Daily Crime Bulletins here:

OK…I think that is enough for one day. I may do more of these summary posts between now and the 24th of February.

Do you like the summary posts as a quick summary of items I noticed throughout the day for the local community? Let me know in the comments.

Scott E

Be sure to follow all Scott E’s Blog social channels for the latest news for around Howard County.

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