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State of Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
Martin O’Malley Anthony G. Brown Governor Lt. Governor Gary D. Maynard Secretary
DPSCS Communications Office Contacts: Mark Vernarelli ~ 410-339-5065 ~ email@example.com
City of Westminster, DPSCS, DHCD, DLLR, DOD, and Advocates for the Disabled to Hold Ribbon-Cutting Celebrating More Than 200 ADA Curbs Constructed By Inmates
Tuesday, November 5 at 11 a.m.
TOWSON, MD (November 1, 2013)-The groundbreaking Public Safety Works inmate restorative justice initiative celebrates another milestone on November 5, when The Departments of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS), Housing and Community Development (DHCD), Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR), and Disabilities (DOD) join the City of Westminster to cut the ribbon celebrating more than 200 ADA-compliant curbs that were done by inmates in downtown Westminster. Grant-funded thanks to work by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, the curb project is the largest project of its kind ever done by inmates in the DPSCS Public Safety Works community project initiative. The inmates learned concrete skills from Romano Concrete, a longtime and valued partner with DPSCS. DPSCS Secretary Gary Maynard, Westminster Mayor Kevin Utz, and top leaders from DHCD and Access Maryland will all be on hand, as will some of the inmates who worked on the project. When: Where: Tuesday, 11/5 at 11 a.m. 11 Longwell Avenue just off Main St. in downtown Westminster, MD
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