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The T&E committee also will take up Leggett's $13.9 million request to replace 60 Champion buses taken off the roads following fire safety concerns.
County dogs will soon be able to frolic for free at the department's five public dog parks.
Renters, who comprise about 30 percent of county residents, are organizing to advocate for tenant protections.
More than 200 janitors say they haven't been paid for two weeks, The Gazette reports.
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Maryland Public Service Commission calls a public hearing for Sept. 24 to examine "bill stabilization."
Trains may be subject to heat-related speed restrictions.
The county councilman has launched a petition urging the governor to replace members of the Maryland Public Service Commission.
Computer issues prompted service to be suspended twice over the weekend.
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