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By JEFF BARKER | December 19, 2008
Maryland junior receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has a deadline looming: Jan. 15. That's the early entry deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft. Heyward-Bey might not have had huge numbers this season - he finished only honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference - but he's the real deal. He's speedy, he's tall enough (6 feet 2), and he has shown a Santana Moss-like ability to go up and pull deep balls away from defenders. And he has an outsized, NFL-style personality.
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NEWS
July 7, 1998
People interested in running for state and county offices had until 9 o'clock last night to file for candidacy. The deadline appeared to bring few additional office seekers for county positions, with no new candidates for Anne Arundel County executive by 6 p.m.A handful of Republicans decided to run for state office, with two filing for House of Delegates in District 30, one for House of Delegates in District 31 and another Republican filing for Senate in...
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By Samuel Goldreich and Samuel Goldreich,Staff writer | January 10, 1991
The county will miss its first deadline in the budget process later this month, when the spending affordability committee fails to reporton taxpayers' ability to support the government.The seven-memberpanel, created by a charter amendment voters passed in November, is mandated to finish reviewing county finances and issue its report by Jan. 30.But County Executive Robert R. Neall plans to extend the deadlinebecause he has not yet announced his appointments to the committee, which require County Council approval.
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By John W. Frece rTC and John W. Frece rTC,Annapolis Bureau of The Sun | January 15, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- With tempers cooling off following an #i acrimonious exchange between Gov. William Donald Schaefer and Senate president last week, the legislature began moving a resolution yesterday that will extend the constitutional deadline for the governor to submit his next state budget.The delay has been caused by a steady flow of worsening revenue estimates affecting the current and upcoming year's budget.Governor Schaefer first broached the subject of extending the Jan. 19 budget deadline with legislative leaders at a breakfast at the governor's mansion Friday morning.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 2, 2005
Opponents of the Intercounty Connector urged state and federal agencies yesterday to extend a Feb. 15 deadline for commenting on the project until June 3. Forty-five organizations fighting the proposed highway in the Washington suburbs say the State Highway Administration and the Federal Highway Administration have denied them enough time to analyze a draft environmental impact statement released in November. The statement and its technical reports amount to thousands of pages, and the groups charge they have been denied adequate access to the documents.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Evening Sun Staff | January 28, 1991
Baltimore County planned to start housing its overflow of jail prisoners on cots in the detention center gymnasium today, as a federal court deadline for emptying police station lockups approaches.The lockups held 141 people today, a record number and at least double their center's capacity.Officials are scrambling to meet a Friday deadline that was imposed as a result of an American Civil Liberties Union class-action suit. It alleged that county prisoners were sometimes held for weeks in dirty, overcrowded lockups without proper sanitary facilities or medical attention because the county jail had no room.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1997
Bethlehem Steel Corp. and Peter G. Angelos yesterday allowed a second deadline to pass without reaching a deal for the sale of Bethlehem's Sparrows Point shipyard.But Angelos reported progress on environmental issues that he said remain the last serious obstacles to the $26 million sale. "We're continuing our discussions," said Angelos, who wants protection against liability for environmental contamination under Bethlehem. "If we persist, we can solve" the problem."As of right now, talks are continuing," said Gary Graham, a Bethlehem spokesman.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | January 28, 2009
Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver, who already faces charges of violating campaign finance laws, has missed a deadline to file his annual campaign finance report. The second-term Democrat, who represents the Randallstown and Woodlawn areas, has been fined $10 a day since the Jan. 21 filing deadline, a state elections official said. Oliver said yesterday that he attempted to file the annual report electronically several times Monday but did not succeed. "Every time I tried to file, the computer kicked it back," he said.
NEWS
By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,SUN STAFF | December 22, 1991
The County Council has voted to ignore a Jan. 1 state deadline for filing a plan to recycle trash.The council's 4-3 vote on Tuesday to delay action on the plan until at least Jan. 7 could result, some county administrators warn, in stiff penalties, such as a state ban onthe issuance of building permits in Harford.State regulators would not say what action they are considering in response to the delay."We are disappointed they decided to holdoff a decision on the recycling plan until next year," said John Goheen, a spokesman for the state Department of the Environment.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 12, 2003
With the deadline for filing applications to fill the vacancy for Westminster's police chief approaching, city officials will soon begin evaluations of at least 30 potential candidates. Joseph D. Urban, the city's director of finance, will begin reviewing the applications after the deadline at 4 p.m. tomorrow. His department will give the applications to a search committee made up of law enforcement officers and elected city officials, who will identify a pool of candidates to interview.
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