In a letter published in the Howard County Times, County Executive Allan Kittleman announced his Administration is funding a Heroin Coordinator to help better coordinate efforts to curb opioid addiction.
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Join Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman at the 10th Annual Kittleman Family Picnic! This year, the Kittleman family is looking forward to having their biggest and best picnic to date. Click here for tickets and more info on this exciting event!
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Last month, I cancelled two of my political fundraisers and held an event in their place that raised over $15,500 for the Ellicott City Partnership and the United Way of Central Maryland’s Ellicott City Fund. As these funds make their way toward the #ECStrong effort, I wanted to take a minute to thank everyone involved […]
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In an open letter published in the Howard County Times, Allan Kittleman Praises Ellicott City and entire community’s resolve to rebuild. Read more here:
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On Sunday, August 7th, 2016, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman issued the following statement regarding the historic flood that ravaged Ellicott City and the community’s response effort. Below is that statement: It’s been exactly one week since severe flooding ravaged Main Street in Historic Ellicott City. Two lives were tragically lost, buildings and businesses were […]read more
The following was announced by County Executive Allan Kittleman on Thursday, August 4th, 2016. Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman announced today that volunteers to assist with damage clean up from the Ellicott City flood will be allowed into limited areas with staff supervision on west Main Street and one parking lot at the bottom of […]
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WHAT: Recovery Resources and Information Session for residents, businesses and property owners impacted by flooding on Main Street, Ellicott City
WHERE: Ellicott City 50+ Center, 9401 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, Md. 21042
WHEN: Monday, August 1, 2016, 4:30 to 8:00 p.m.read more
The following was published on the county’s website, www.HowardCountyMD.gov Media Contact: Deidre McCabe, Director of Communications, Office of Public Information, 410-707-5375 Mark Miller, Administrator, Office of Public Information, 443-379-2047 ELLICOTT CITY, MD – Ellicott City was dealt a devastating blow last night when nearly six inches of rain fell on the area in less than […]read more
Last week, the Kittleman Administration announced Elkridge residents can confidently expect a new fire station by the summer of 2018. That’s nearly a decade after local officials first started planning for it.read more