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  1. County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the Aug. 8 QAC Commissioner Meeting

    Fiber Contact with FTS – approved pending securing bonding or an otherwise acceptable means of contract guarantee Read on...
  2. FTS Fiber Company to Bring 160 Miles of Fiber Broadband to QAC

    In a split vote Tuesday, the QAC Commissioners voted 3 – 2 in favor of signing a $6.5 million contract to bring broadband fiber to the county. This is contingent upon FTS Fiber securing bonding or an otherwise acceptable means of contract guarantee. Read on...
  1. $1,000 Feeds 120 Migrant Workers & Kids for 2 Weeks

    On July 26th, 115 seasonal migrant workers arrived and Annette DiMaggio and her fellow volunteers provided enough food to last each family up to two weeks, until they have a chance to earn and cash their first paychecks here. Read on...
  2. QAC Commissioners Seeking Citizens to Serve on Boards & Commissions

    The following QAC boards and commissions have vacancies. The Agricultural Preservation Advisory Board, Agricultural Reconciliation Committee, Property Tax Assessment Board, Sustainable Communities Council, and the Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Read on...
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​Community News, Info and Events, Calendar

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  1. Cox Creek are closed to Shellfish Harvest for 2 weeks

    MD Dept. Environment Due to a sewage spill on Wed. August 17, 2017 near the headwaters of Cox Creek, Queen Anne's County, the conditional area of Cox Creek will be closed to shellfish harvest from Thursday August 17 through Wednesday September 6, 2017. Read on...
  2. QACTV's Moving Tornado Video

    The EF-2 Tornado that swept through QAC affected thousands of people. This is the story of the storm and the community's heroic response. https://youtu.be/eIgin54wAmc
  1. No more 911 call busy signals on the Midshore

    911 Dispatchers on the Midshore are joining ranks to ensure that 911 callers do not get a busy signal; instead overflow calls will roll over to another trained dispatcher in a neighboring county to insure that all calls are answered by a professional. Read on...
  2. Hogan-Rutherford Administration Announces Over $22 Million to Fight Heroin and Opioid Epidemic

    ANNAPOLIS, MD — Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center, Department of Health, and the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention today announced more than $22 million to fight the heroin and opioid epidemic. Read on...
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