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Community Update from Speaker Adrienne Jones

Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, and representative of the Maryland 10th District.


This week, I had the honor of announcing that $7M in state and local funds will be allocated toward the development of a first-rate parks and recreation center in Randallstown alongside Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski. This world class facility will provide Baltimore County residents with the needed green space to enjoy outdoor recreation.


Please join me at my Liberty Road Clean-Up on Saturday, May 8 from 8AM to 11AM. The Clean-Up will take place along Liberty Road between Rolling Road and the I-695 Beltway. Face masks are required as we continue to try and reduce the risk of COVID-19. Students may also receive community service hours as a part of the clean-up. If you are interested, please contact Essence Cropper at 410-655-3090 or

$10M FOR BALTIMORE COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION I believe creating and forming a strong community will always be a vital aspect of society. I want to ensure that my community is taken care of like those did before me. With the House passing the capital budget, we were able to allocate $10M to Baltimore County Parks and Recreations. This funding will help preserve Baltimore County parks and playgrounds and help foster growing community connections.


The District 10 Legislative Scholarship is currently available to students living in District 10. Eligible high school, undergraduate and graduate students can receive at least $200 to use to help further their education. Due to concerns about mail delays and obstacles receiving official transcripts, unofficial transcripts WILL be accepted as long as applications are postmarked by May 3rd. Applications need to be returned by mail only. For questions about the scholarship or application process, email Download the application HERE.

COVID VACCINATION UPDATE VACCINATION PREREGISTRATION OPEN TO MARYLANDERS 16 AND UP Governor Hogan announced Maryland is now moving to Phase 3 in their vaccination efforts and that any Marylander age 16 and up that wants to receive a COVID vaccine can get one from any mass vaccination site. Vaccines are the way to getting society back to normal. I encourage every Marylander to get a vaccine so that we may finally move past this pandemic and return to a more normal and safer Maryland. The available mass vaccination site for Baltimore County is Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. If you are interested in preregistering for the COVID vaccine, click HERE.



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