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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says budget cuts supported by Del. Pat McDonough would compromise city safety.
The Department of Public Works warns that its unsafe to swim in reservoirs.
Republican delegate calls for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to "stop pressuring Baltimore City's top cop Commissioner Bealefeld into leaving his job."
Council members from North Baltimore play a crucial role in the proposal to raise the bottle tax 3 cents to pay for school construction.
Government, Police & Fire
In 2011 the average sentence for illegally carrying, wearing or transporting a firearm increased to 13 months.
A bill preventing residents under the age of 18 from purchasing any items from liquor stores faces little opposition
Government, Patch's House & Home
Marylanders may request that utility companies defer installing smart meters in their homes or businesses, pending a decision by the PSC on whether customers will be able to opt out of receiving the smart meters.
The Judiciary and Legislative Investigations Committee of the Baltimore City Council held a hearing on Wednesday for a bill to ban youths from purchasing any items in liquor stores.
The Baltimore Department of Public works says the hike is needed to pay for infrastructure improvements.
Councilman Nick Mosby's bill would prevent children from purchasing items from liquor stores.
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