New Baltimore County high schools to be delayed after state bill fizzles
After a $2 billion school construction bill stalled in the Maryland Senate at the end of the 2019 legislative session, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said new school buildings on the county’s wish list will be delayed at least a year.
“There is no plan B,” Olszewski said Tuesday, the day after Sine Die, the last day of the legislative session.
“I am disappointed that we did not get the school construction funding that was so desperately needed,” Olszewski said. “It’s unfortunate our students will not have the school facilities that they deserve as a result of the legislation’s failure.”