Released on February 15, 2018 - 4:09pm
A large contingent from Laurel was on hand in Annapolis on February 15, 2018 as Mayor Craig A. Moe testified before the House Environment and Transportation Committee on HB 531.  That's the "Move Over Or Slow Down " legislation aimed at protecting Sanitation Workers from motorists.
 
 
 
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Council members Mike Leszcz and Fred Smalls were there to lend support, along with Police Chief Richard McLaughlin, Deputy City Administrator Bill Goddard, Parks and Rec Director Joanne Barr, Public Works Director Rob Ferree,City Staff,  and Co-workers of Laurel DPW's  Marcus Colbert who was tragically struck and killed on the job last year.
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