Utility work begins
on Baltimore Avenue
CUMBERLAND — Baltimore Avenue will be closed from Goethe Street to Marion Street beginning Sept. 25 during weekday working hours, according to the Cumberland Engineering Department on behalf of Verizon Communications.
The closure will allow for utility pole relocation and is expected to last through Oct. 1, weather permitting. The one-way traffic pattern will be delayed due to this closure.
Questions may be directed to the Cumberland Engineering Department at 301-759-6600.
to meet Wednesday
CUMBERLAND — The Allegany County Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. in Room 100 of the County Office Complex on Kelly Road.
For more information, contact the acting Planning Coordinator David Dorsey at 301-876-9546.
Utility work begins
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