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  • District 9: John T. Bullock

    District 9: John T. Bullock
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. My education consists of a B.A. in Political Science from Hampton University, a Master's in City and Regional Planning from the...
  • District 13: Shannon Sneed

    District 13: Shannon Sneed
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. I received my Bachelors from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and received my Masters from Morgan State University. I have...
  • Rawlings-Blake runs on record

    Driver Will Power took home the trophy from the Baltimore Grand Prix, but the biggest winner of the three-day racing festival might have been Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Rawlings-Blake made perhaps the largest political gamble of her 18 months in...
  • Sun endorses Rawlings-Blake

    Sun endorses Rawlings-Blake
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake took over leadership of Baltimore at a difficult time. She became the chief executive after Sheila Dixon's scandal-induced ouster from City Hall, just before a major snowstorm and in the midst of a deep budget crisis. She...
  • Balt. Co. schools deserve more support

    As reported in The Sun ("Balt. Co. budget is nearly flat, draws down reserve money," April 15), Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said his number one priority is not to raise taxes. On the Baltimore County government website, his budget summary...
  • Pragmatic Baltimore County

    Pragmatic Baltimore County
    For a lawyer, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz sounds an awful lot like an accountant these days. Presenting the first budget of his term as county executive to the Baltimore County Council last week, he spoke not of a grand vision but of...
  • The lessons of Schaefer

    The lessons of Schaefer
    Among the many observations made about William Donald Schaefer since his death on Monday, one of the most common has been the lament that we don't have leaders like him anymore. It's certainly true; with all due respect to our current crop of elected...
  • Newport-Mesa could face millions in cuts

    COSTA MESA — The Newport-Mesa Unified School District's budget has been slashed by nearly $12 million for the next school year, but other cuts won't be determined until the state budget is approved. The district's funding for special programs is...
  • Apodaca: Now is the time to pay attention

    The Newport-Mesa Unified School District's budget outlook is going from bad to worse, and if there's ever a time to make your voice heard, now is it. The budget crisis in Sacramento means that even the best-case scenario for education is bleak. The...
  • Preliminary budget OKd with changes

    The City Council took steps this week to help people around town on foot, without increasing expenditures proposed in the 2011-12 draft budget. Revisions made Tuesday to the $66-million preliminary budget will be incorporated into a final version...
  • Arundel takes a balanced approach to its budget

    Arundel takes a balanced approach to its budget
    Anne Arundel County has not been tax-friendly territory. It has the strictest property tax cap in the state, thanks to a voter revolt nearly 20 years ago, and council members have been known to come close to blows over budget measures. Yet this week,...