By GUY FLETCHER
ANNAPOLIS - Washington County schools, parks, sewer systems and other facilities would receive $6.16 million in state funds next year under Gov. Parris N. Glendening's proposed capital budget.
County projects to be funded under the capital budget unveiled Tuesday include renovation and addition to Lincolnshire Elementary School, $1.47 million; upgrading Hagerstown's wastewater treatment plant, $1 million, and $712,000 for work on a new District Court building.
"I think we did fairly well," said Del. John P. Donoghue, D-Washington, who chairs the county's legislative delegation.
County schools would receive a total of $2.2 million from the state, including the funds for the Lincolnshire project and other smaller construction projects, and $195,000 in technology funds that would add computer networks to middle schools. School officials had anticipated the funding.