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The Council’s public hearing for the extension of the Watershed Safety Act (development moratorium) will take place Monday, May 20th at 7 pm. To sign-up to testify at the public hearing, please visit: https://apps.howardcountymd.gov/otestimony/ . Written testimony can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. To view the full text of the extension legislation (CB20-2019), please visit: https://cc.howardcountymd.gov/Legislation To view the 2018 legislation (CB56-2018) please visit: https://apps.howardcountymd.gov/olis/LegislationDetail.aspx?LegislationID=3118 “Joined by Howard County Executive Calvin Ball and three members of the County Council, District 1 Council Member Liz Walsh has pre-filed legislation (CB20-2019) to extend the effective period of the 2018 Watershed Safety Act by an additional three months. The original effective period is set to expire July 27, 2019 and the new legislation would extend it to October 27, 2019. Enacted after the second catastrophic flooding in twenty-two months, the Watershed Safety Act (CB56-2018) aimed to protect historic Ellicott City and the residential neighborhoods of West End, Nob Hill, Chatham, Valley Mede and Dunloggin from further harm by temporarily halting further development in the Tiber Branch and Plumtree Branch watersheds. Council Bill 56-2018 passed with unanimous support of the previous five-member Council. The term of the temporary halt was intended to enable the County’s […]
Howard County Departments of Public Works and Planning and Zoning to Host Public Meeting on Council Bill 56-2018 Howard County’s Departments of Public Works (DPW) and Planning and Zoning (DPZ) will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, May 21 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Patapsco and Avalon rooms of Howard County Library System’s Miller branch, located at 9421 Frederick Road in Ellicott City, to discuss the studies related to Council Bill 56-2018 (CB56-2018): Tiber Branch Watershed and Plumtree Branch Watershed Safety Act. The studies were applied to Ellicott City neighborhoods, including but not limited to, Valley Mede, Chatham, Nob Hill, Dunloggin, Dorsey’s Search, Autumn Hill, Taylor Village and Stonecrest. “Flood mitigation and storm water management need to be priorities. We should be leaders in better understanding and implementing best practices related to planned and future land use, drainage infrastructure, and Watershed protection,” said Howard County Executive Calvin Ball. “We will work together to address flooding in our community and improve public safety,” continued Ball. “This process needs to be transparent and community-driven. This meeting will allow experts to report their findings publicly and will give attendees the opportunity to ask the questions that matter to them.” CB56-2018 required […]
Take I-95 S to Exit 49B (I-695 W toward I-70/Towson) to EXIT 13 (MD-144/Frederick Rd toward Catonsville). Frederick Rd turns into Main St in about 4 miles. Free and unlimited parking is available in our public lots.
Directions from Washington DC & points south:
Take I-95 N to MD-100 W to Rte-29 N, stay in right lane and take Rte 40 East. At first light, make a right onto Rogers Ave, then a slight Right onto Ellicott Mills Drive to Main Street.
From Frederick & points west:
Take I-70 E to Rte-29 S, take Exit 24 East for Rte-40 east, at second light make a right onto Rogers Avenue, then a slight Right onto Ellicott Mills Drive to Main Street.
From Annapolis & points east:
Take Rte-50/301 W to I-97, I-97 to Rte-100 W to Rte-29 N. Stay in right lane then make a right onto Rogers Avenue, then a slight Right onto Ellicott Mills Drive to Main Street.
NOTE – Lot F has limited spaces available until late Fall to accommodate repairs of the intersection at Main St & Ellicott Mills Dr. The pedestrian pathway to Main St. can be accessed by walking through Lot F towards Main Street, the signs will direct you to Court Avenue, and out to Main Street. The Sidewalk on the newly opened Ellicott Mills Drive has not been completed.