There's a festival in Ellicott City today--learn more here. I'll be home gargling hot salt water and feeling a tad sorry for myself. But if I have to be sick, at least I have a weekend for recuperating. I keep closing my eyes for "just a second" and realizing that I'm dozing off.
Facebook tells me that the Little Caesars in Oakland Mills is now four years old. Locals say it can't hold a candle to Vennari's, but it fills a need in the community, so--yay!
Today also marks thirteen years of service to the community for Oakland Mills Village Manager Sandy Cederbaum. I was privileged to work with Sandy when I served on the Village Board. We are so lucky to have her. Thanks, Sandy!
Council Councilman Calvin Ball is celebrating ten years of service on the Council with an event this afternoon from 3-5 at the Ridgely Run Community Center.
The County has announced that it has zeroed in on a site for the thirteenth high school, although some folks say that the location is actually nowhere near where the overcrowding is.
Downtown Columbia will have a Bikeshare program.
The azaleas are beginning to bloom at Brighton Dam Reservoir.
The Primary Election is Tuesday, April 26th. Please vote, if you haven't already. Your voice matters!