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  • Kamenetz proposes 2013 budget with no tax increases, no layoffs

    Kamenetz proposes 2013 budget with no tax increases, no layoffs
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proposed Thursday a general fund operating budget of about $1.65 billion that includes no tax increases but reduces the number of county employees through attrition. In introducing his spending plan for the 12...
  • Baltimore Co. Council approves binding arbitration measure

    Public employees in Baltimore County will have a new avenue for resolving labor disputes under legislation the County Council approved Monday. The measure will grant binding arbitration — a practice in which an independent, third-party arbiter...
  • Balto. Co. Councilman works for state in apparent violation

    Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver has been working for the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, an apparent violation of a county charter rule that bars council members from working for the state. Oliver, a Randallstown...
  • Balto. Co. councilman Oliver to resign from state job

    Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver has told state officials he plans to resign from his job at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development after revelations that the position apparently violates a county charter rule...
  • Oliver tries to keep support in turbulent council tenure

    Oliver tries to keep support in turbulent council tenure
    The councilman wouldn't return their calls. Shirley Supik and her husband, Jeff, were trying to stop Baltimore County from tearing down the historic former Underground Railroad safe house they own. So, Jeff Supik stuck a note on the front door of...
  • Kamenetz proposes tougher Baltimore County ethics laws

    In a move intended to shore up confidence in government, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Wednesday proposed to place public officials' financial disclosure forms online and add teeth to a charter rule that prohibits County Council members...
  • Fort Howard project gets good report, but some disagree

    Fort Howard project gets good report, but some disagree
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has released a report on the potential environmental impact of a proposed 1,473-unit residential development on the Baltimore County waterfront that can be summed up in two words: no problem. Opponents of the Fort...
  • Sparrows Point to restart some steelmaking operations

    A letter from the owner of the idled Sparrows Point steel mill assuring customers that some operations are to resume will be welcome news, at least in the short term, an industry observer said Wednesday. The letter — dated Tuesday and first...
  • Baltimore Co. officials welcome residential development on Route 43

    Baltimore County leaders hailed the official opening Wednesday of a 356-unit luxury apartment building on Route 43 in White Marsh as a magnet for businesses. About 83 units are ready for occupancy in the multi-story building, with a six-level garage,...
  • Some on Balto. Council don't like online disclosure proposal

    As the Baltimore County Council prepares to take up an ethics reform package proposed by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, some members say they're wary of a measure that would make it easy for anyone to access their financial disclosure forms. Kamenetz...
  • Budget strain colors Kamenetz's first year at helm of Balto. Co.

    Budget strain colors Kamenetz's first year at helm of Balto. Co.
    County Executive Kevin Kamenetz took office a year ago this week, promising to make Baltimore County "the ideas county of the region." Since then, amid growing stress on the county's budget, his biggest accomplishment sounds less flashy: "paying our...