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  • Mailbag: Church should stay out of Reagan flap

    As a fellow citizen, I respect Msgr. Wilbur Davis' right to his opinion and exercise of free speech in his misguided opinion regarding the recently damaged statue of Ronald Reagan in the Bonita Canyon Sports Park ("Mailbag: Return Reagan statue to donors,...
  • Mailbag: Planners limited debate on Banning Ranch

    This is an open letter to the Newport Beach Planning Commission. On March 22, my husband and I were among the standing-room-only crowd assembled at City Council Chambers to hear the two agenda items scheduled by the commission for public discussion ("...
  • Camden Yards at 20

    Camden Yards at 20
    When the Orioles open their season Friday, it's a safe bet that while many in attendance will be rooting for the home team (and some for the visitors, alas), all will appreciate the venue. Oriole Park at Camden Yards has remained one of the great...
  • Ethics, public-private partnership bills progress

    Amid all the hoopla about the budget and gambling, some significant bills that had been held up until the last day began making progress through the General Assembly. Among the bills whose proponents were trying to beat the clock was the administration's...
  • Mailbag: Deed doesn't allow for-profit use of TeWinkle Park

    Re. "City to study park plan," April 7: Your story on privatization of TeWinkle Park left out an important fact: The land is deed-restricted, and the proposed privatization would likely result in forfeiture of the entire park, including any improvements,...
  • Two I-95 travel plazas to be rebuilt in revenue-sharing plan

    Two I-95 travel plazas to be rebuilt in revenue-sharing plan
    Maryland has taken the first step toward replacing its two travel plazas on Interstate 95 north of Baltimore with expansive, airy welcome centers filled with amenities and operated by a company with years of experience serving travelers. The two-year,...
  • State should foster more partnerships like CSX facility

    As concerned citizens, we were pleased to attend the recent public meeting about the proposed Baltimore Washington Intermodal Rail Facility. This facility will play a major role in Maryland's long-term economic growth by supporting the expansion of the...
  • The problem of privatization

    The problem of privatization
    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is getting a lesson in one of the major downsides of privatizing government services: When you ask outside groups to take over something the city has always done, their agendas won't always be the same as yours....
  • GCC board rethinking money-losing cafeteria

    GCC board rethinking money-losing cafeteria
    Two months after outsourcing the student bookstore, Glendale Community College officials are turning their attention to another money-losing operation on campus — the cafeteria. During a presentation to college trustees on Monday, Ron Nakasone,...
  • Local tech incubator launches accelerator program

    The Emerging Technology Center, Baltimore's main incubator for technology firms, is hopping onto the latest trend in cultivating startups by launching its own accelerator program. Modeled after similar programs across the country, the ETC's "Accelerate...
  • In Florida, whose water is it, anyway?

    In Florida, whose water is it, anyway?
    The next time you go to your kitchen faucet for a drink, think about who owns that water. Because for every expert who says it belongs to you, others counter you merely have Florida's permission to use it, and you pay only for having water sanitized...