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Cox Outlines Presentation to General Assembly for School Construction

November 21st, 2014 by WCBC Radio

Maintaining a well-funded state school construction budget is among the top legislative priorities that the Allegany County and Garrett County Board of Education will present to the upcoming Maryland General Assembly. Allegany County Superintendent David Cox briefly outlined the process during last week’s work session, noting that the school system is beginning the process of creating a list of priorities to be presented to the local delegation at a meeting in mid December- and hopefully pushed for during the session which convenes on Jan. 14 and runs through April 14. Earlier this month, Cox traveled to Annapolis for Superintendents Day- an annual meeting of education leaders from across the state and elected leaders of the General Assembly. Maryland has a new governor-elect in Larry Hogan, who will be inheriting a $1.7 billion structural deficit- and with a change of administrations come some unknowns:





 

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