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Interim Health Commissioner Mary Beth Haller Declares Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert for Baltimore Sunday Afternoon until Tuesday Morning

With precipitation and single digit temperatures expected this weekend, Baltimore City Interim Health Commissioner Mary Beth Haller has issued a Code Blue Extreme Cold declaration for Baltimore City beginning Sunday afternoon, January 20 through Tuesday morning, January 22.  

Interactive Sewer Overflow Map Demonstration at Annual Consent Decree Public Meeting

A look at an interactive map detailing the status of all sanitary sewer overflows – whether just reported or as much as four months old – will be among the topics covered at the second annual Sanitary Sewer Consent Decree public meeting.

Mayor Pugh's Statement on Judge Furman's Ruling Against the Citizenship Question

This decision by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York is an affirmation of who we are as a nation and what we are not.

Mayor Pugh Announces New Director for the Department of Planning

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announces Chris Ryer as Director for the Department of Planning, effective February 11, 2019.

Mayor Pugh Calls on Mortgage Lenders, Creditors, and Utilities to Give Federal Employees Relief During the Shutdown

Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is calling on all City and State mortgage lenders, creditors and major utility providers - including Baltimore City Department of Public Works - to provide every accommodation, including the waiver of late fees, for all furloughed federal employees.

DPW Releases Rate Study Report

In recognition of the public interest and oversight, Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., provided Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young with a copy of the latest water rate study report.

Catherine E. Pugh

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