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District 2 FY 2023 Budget Information

April 2022

I am pleased to report that the proposed Baltimore County Fiscal Year 2023 budget announced today by County Executive Johnny Olszewski includes robust investments in many current and future 2nd District capital budget needs. From curbs, gutters and sidewalks to road resurfacing to senior center improvements to neighborhood parks to education to public safety and much more, we are proud to be delivering for our amazing residents. Thanks to your partnership, support and efforts, we can continue to reimagine open, transparent, accountable and responsive local government.


Here is a summary of the proposed 2nd District capital improvement projects and other budget items in the upcoming fiscal year budget:


Curbs, Gutters and Sidewalks:

-7 Mile Lane sidewalks, $1 million

-Pikesville pedestrian improvements, $500,000

-Stevenson Road/1.99 miles, $300,000

-Adana Road/.40 miles/Milford Mill Road to Windsor Road, $175,000

-Meadowview Drive/.20 miles/Valley Creek Drive to Windsor Mill, $60,000

-Sudbrook Lane/.50 miles/Milford Mill Road to Greenwood Road, $150,000

-Arrowhead Road/.44 miles/Tema Road to Maryknoll Road, $180,000

-Belle Forte Road/.38 miles/Maryknoll Road to Bonnie Brae Road, $150,000

-Belle Forte Court/.03 miles/Belle Forte Road, $22,000

-Duncannon Road/.21 miles/Bonnie Brae Road to Maryknoll Road, $70,000

-Panacea Road/.21 miles/Arrowhead Road to Bonnie Brae Road, $85,000

-Panacea Court/.02 miles/Panacea Road, $15,000

-Parkfield Road/.29 miles/Old Court Road Byron Road, $110,000

-Milford Industrial Road/.42 miles/Milford Mill Road to Evamay Road, $180,000

Road Resurfacing:

-Adana Road/.40 miles/Milford Mill Road to Windsor Road, $104,769

-Carysbrook Road/.18 miles/Olmstead Road to Windsor Road, $37,745

-Kingston Road/.14 miles/Windsor Road to McHenry Road, $29,358

-McHenry Road/.19 miles/Olmstead Road to .04NW.Kingston Road, $39,806

-Olmstead Road/.37 miles/Kingston Road to Sudbrook Road, $77,548

-Sudbrook Road/.50 miles/Milford Mill Road to Greenwood Road, $87,284

-Windsor Road/.40 miles/Sudbrook Lane to Sudbrook Lane, $83,801

-Arrowhead Road/.44 miles/Tema Road to Maryknoll Road, $138,246

-Meadowview Drive/.20 miles/Valley Creek Drive to .08SW.Windsor Mill Road, $52,385

-Cylburn Road/.12 miles/Milford Mill Road to Upland Road, $25,163

-Avonhurst Circle/.23 miles/Setonhurst Road to Setonhurst Road, $72,287

-Belle Forte Court/.03 miles/Belle Forte Road to .03SE.Belle Forte Road, $7,855

-Belle Forte Road/.38 miles/Maryknoll Road to Bonnie Brae Road, $99,508

-Brattle Road/.45 miles/Scotts Level Road to Hawksbury Road, $117,811

-Dreher Avenue/.14 miles/Reisterstown Road to CDS.14SW.Reisterstown Road, $29,358

-Milford Industrial Road/.42 miles/Milford Mill Road to Evamay Road, $153,954

Senior Center Capital Improvements:

-Woodlawn Senior Center expansion, $800,000

-Reisterstown Senior Center carpet, $30,000

New Buildings, Repair, Renovations, Minor Additions:

-Catonsville fire mde reporting, $40,000

-Garrison Fire Department replace epdm roof, $140,000

Community/Neighborhood Park Development:

-Bedford Road Park Site (former Pahl’s Farm property), design and construction – design phase, $250,000

Site Improvements:

-Pikesville High School comfort station, $800,000

Countywide Improvements:

-Pikesville Armory, $1.1 million

-Pikesville Revitalization Plan, $100,000

-BMA, Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, $500,000

-Police facility capital improvements, Stevenson University – public safety training academy, $20 million

-Jones Falls at Tally Ho, stream restoration, $600,000


Inside the Classroom:

-3 percent mid-year cost-of-living increase for all educational professionals in addition to a full step increase for all staff.

-On average, teachers will see a 6.5 percent increase in their paycheck, which on average amounts to $4,000.

-Bus drivers and attendants will see their additional $2 per hour raise made permanent in their salary.

-A paraeducator with the same years of experience will see a 7 percent increase, nearly $2 an hour more than they currently make.


Fire Department:

-Earlier this year, the county provided $1 million in American Rescue Plan grants to our volunteer fire associations. This year’s budget continues to invest in these partners, permanently funding a boost to the medic-attended pay rate, providing a second set of turnout gear for volunteers with the highest response rates, and for the second year in a row adding an additional $500,000 for their revolving loan fund -- $1.5 million in total.


Other:

-Woodlawn Library design/renovation/replacement, $13 million

-BCPS career and technical education west side facility, $2.5 million

-Dulaney High School design, $10 million

-Towson High School design, $9 million

-Gwynn Oak Park funding for a new Destination Playground

-3 percent midyear cost-of-living increase, or corresponding future wage adjustment, for Baltimore County’s workforce


-Izzy







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