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  • Lafferty's advocacy for storm water fee fails to consider other tax increases [Letter]

    I am responding to Del. Stephen Lafferty's most recent letter to the Towson Times, in which he complained that I failed to provide "context" regarding the storm water fee that Gov. O'Malley has required Baltimore County to pass. Since 2010, I have worked...
  • Balto. Co. councilwoman calls to delay stormwater fee vote

    Balto. Co. councilwoman calls to delay stormwater fee vote
    A Baltimore County Council member is calling for the council to delay its vote on a measure to impose stormwater management fees, saying neither the council nor the public has had enough time to study the issue. Councilwoman Vicki Almond, a Reisterstown...
  • As rhetoric grows, Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties face stormwater fees

    As rhetoric grows, Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties face stormwater fees
    Ridiculed by some as a "rain tax" and a symbol of government overreach in taxes, storm water management fees mandated by the state were approved Monday by Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties. The Baltimore County Council approved its fee structure 5-2,...
  • $5.6 million for Gough Park included in Balto. Co. budget plan

    The budget package proposed by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz this week includes $5.6 million to finish a Perry Hall park that officials say has languished for years. Improvements to Gough Park, a 17-acre site at the intersection of the...
  • Rain tax was allowed to proceed unanswered [Letter]

    I read with interest Del. Stephen Lafferty's attack on our councilman, David Marks, who is questioning the new stormwater tax required for Baltimore County residents. Lafferty's attack was a cheap shot. Like others, I am glad that Councilman Marks is...
  • Thanks to Councilman Marks for making Dumbarton renovations a priority [Letter]

    The advocacy group Dumbarton United has been working with the school board and County Councilman David Marks to bring air conditioning and much needed renovations to Dumbarton Middle School. Councilman Marks met with me last May when I became president of...
  • Towson as college town?

    Towson as college town?
    The proposed $60 million apartment-and-retail development proposed for the Towson Triangle is dredging up an old ambivalence about the character of the Baltimore County seat. Is it a college town? A community for families and children? A commercial...
  • Preschools mark 50th anniversaries; trash bins and carnival on the way [Rodgers Forge]

    Spring cleaning comes to Rodgers Forge! With our annual Dumpster Day on May 11, all that junk that has accumulated over the year can be discarded. The added bonus this year is that the Electronics Dumpster Day will also be a part of the Dumpster Day....
  • Council vote limits development potential at Green Spring Station

    Council vote limits development potential at Green Spring Station
    A vote by the Baltimore County Council on Monday will bar new development at Green Spring Station in Lutherville for the near future. Developers cannot build near intersections graded "F" under the county's "basic services maps," which identify...
  • County is making right call on the Mays Chapel school [Letter]

    County Executive Kevin Kamenetz deserves thanks for his leadership on the new school in Mays Chapel. It's disheartening to see baby boomers, most of whom benefited from public education (and a boom in school construction), refuse to support the needs of...
  • Measure would reduce open-space fees for Balto. Co. developers

    Measure would reduce open-space fees for Balto. Co. developers
    The Baltimore County Council could vote next week to reduce fees that developers pay to help the county build parks and buy recreational land. A council resolution would lower — in some cases by nearly 90 percent — so-called open-space waiver...