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Starting June 1, builders with approved construction plans must upload documents online.
Government, Going Green
The Harford County executive slammed the state legislation that required the fee, however, saying leaders have 'no concept of the financial decisions' of citizens.
The collection will take place Saturday at the county disposal center in Street.
State senators and delegates spoke to the crowd rallying against recently-passed gun control legislation.
The National Taxpayer Advocate released a list of 350 communities nationwide.
Government, Business, Arts
The annual promotion starts June 3.
The fiscal year 2014 budget is $6 million higher than the previous budget, a 1.31 percent increase.
Mandated federal budget cuts, if not averted, could impact the large federal presence in Maryland.
Government, Police & Fire
The previous record low in Maryland was set in 2006 and tied in 2008.
Numerous key laws passed in 2012 by the Maryland General Assembly take effect on Jan. 1.
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