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Preservation Maryland is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to complete a feasibility study for the Old Ellicott City Jail, located at 1 Emory Street, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043.

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The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded $250,000 to Preservation Maryland to partner with Howard County on the revitalization of the historic Ellicott City Jail, a circa 1850 structure at 1 Emory Street. The grant will be used to assess feasibility for reuse of the Jail as well as architectural/engineering, stabilization or rehabilitation activities that support future reuse.

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Following Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s update on the expanded extension of the north tunnel in Ellicott City and it’s impact on historic resources, Preservation Maryland issued the following statement:

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The Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning has invited the public to read and comment on the draft Ellicott City Watershed Master Plan being prepared by lead firm, Mahan Rykiel Associates.

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A case study of flooding in Ellicott City, Maryland was recently included as part of a larger study by the ResilientAmerica Program of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

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As part of the continued public outreach and comment period related to the Ellicott City Watershed Master Plan, Howard County has created an interactive website that allows the public to review changes to the plan and make comments to be integrated into future changes to the plan.

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A Howard County-appointed committee created through Executive Calvin Ball’s “Safe and Sound” plan has recommended the creation of a Community Development Organization (CDO) focused on the revitalization and sustainability of historic Ellicott City.

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As a part of Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s efforts to address the ongoing threat of flooding to Ellicott City, a exploratory committee has been established to determine the feasibility of creating a community development corporation (CDC) for the historic town.

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On Thursday December 27, 2018, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced of the new “Safe and Sound” plan to address persistent and devastating flooding in Ellicott City. Following that announcement, Preservation Maryland issued the following statement:

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Elections have consequences – and the most recent election in Howard County will have significant impacts on the future of historic Ellicott City.

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