Category Archives: Government

Scott Boone, Kent County’s IT Chief, with Fiber Project Update at CBG

Scott Boone, Chief of IT for Kent County will discuss the installation progress and various rumors concerning the Fiber Optic Networking of the County. What is the current condition and activity of
FTS and Think Big? Continue reading

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Maryland Board of Public Works approves Financial Assistance Replacement of Water System Generator for Galena

Maryland Board of Public Works have approved an $18,870 Water Supply Financial Assistance grant to the Town of Galena that will help fund the Galena Water System Generator project. Continue reading

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County Commissioners’ October Schedule

The County Commissioners of Kent County will hold meetings on the following dates in October Continue reading

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No Contract with FTS Fiber for Queen Anne’s County

Queen Anne’s County will no longer pursue contract negotiations with Broadband firm FTS Fiber. During the September 26 Commissioners’ Meeting, the board signed a letter to the firm terminating negotiations for the firm to bring Broadband to Queen Anne’s County. Continue reading

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September 11, 2017 Board of Education will be on the Current Transportation Issues

The Kent County Board of Education is calling Monday’s regularly scheduled September meeting as a Special Meeting to discuss school transportation. Continue reading

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1st District Congressional Candidate Allison Galbraith Visits Kent County on First Friday

First District Congressional Candidate Allison Galbraith spent the evening visiting Kent County at the Democrat Headquarters during Chestertown’s First Friday. Students from Washington College spent some time talking with her. Continue reading

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